Unfortunately, no. My electrical system is kind of a mess here. The house is an old 2-story, built back in 1910, and it's been gut rehabbed multiple times over the years. The guy we bought it from about 4 years ago was trying to update and flip it when he wound up in a messy divorce and found himself having to live in it himself while trying to finish redoing it. He had the detached 2 car garage built so he had a place to keep his cars, but clearly did it on a limited budget. (He didn't even have a garage door opener installed, so I had to add one after buying the home.) The electrician who looked over everything last week told me the whole wiring job looked like it "met code, but was done by an amateur who knew *just* enough to make it squeak by". For example, the cabling they used could have carried 240 volts except they didn't use one side of the wiring in it -- so poor planning there. We're also not sure how they ran the wiring from the house to the garage. No metal conduit pipe is visible, and no overhead lines either. So it looks like they may have just buried the cable underground, under the concrete sidewalk and patio, and it's probably not even the proper type to bury. There's a lot of nonsense here with the circuit breaker boxes too. They have a pair of 100 amp service panels side by side on the basement wall, which are clearly a more recent addition. (Probably had to put them in when the heat pumps were installed.) But there are breakers that are labeled as part of rooms, yet also control things elsewhere. EG. One breaker that says it's for the laundry room seems to also be feeding the garage outlets. And they have an 80 amp breaker supposedly dedicated to the electric stove. But I *think* that one is also running the 120 volt outlets along the kitchen counter because we have 2 microwave ovens and a toaster oven sitting there. All 3 can be happily run at the same time without tripping a breaker, and that always seemed hard to believe. A separate breaker marked "kitchen" turned off the dishwasher, garbage disposal, and one of the overhead lights - but nothing else. So the short story is: I'm afraid to try to upgrade any of the circuits I've got here. Everything works fine but some of this stuff has to be pretty much running at max capacity, during normal use of items in the house.