We’re preparing to install new electric power and broadband fiber equipment with our new HUD homes and researching best practices and applicable building codes.
Our exterior setup will include the typical electric meter base with extra breakers, fiber optic cable termination box, a NEMA 14-15R for electric vehicle charging, and a quad box with extra 120V electric outlets for various outdoor stuff like car vacs, leaf blowers, etc.
Research so far indicates that all four boxes can either be directly attached to an exterior wall of a HUD home, or on a nearby post-mounted utility panel with underground conduits running back to the home the exterior heat pump condenser unit.
Curious about how others may be handling this type of thing - any comments?
Assuming that a) it’s not a HUD code violation, and b) the local building inspectors agree, it seems like mounting everything directly on an exterior wall of the home is the best way to go. Or maybe mount everything on a 4’ x 4’ starboard panel and then attach the panel to the home?