Most permits are by the trip at $40 per trip.
Examples of $40 permits are:
Dryer or range outlet
Furnace or AC installation
Or other inspections that can be done in one trip with no more than 5 circuits.
Examples of $80 permits are:
Kitchen, bath, basement or other work where walls are installed so that wiring will be covered. This requires a rough-in inspection before any insulation or wall covering is applied. There is a final inspection when the work is done and there are no more than 10 circuits.
Service panel change out in the same location is $100. Sub panel is $40.
Add a kitchen, bath, basement etc. to the service change and you would add the new or reworked circuits to the $100. Example: Service is $100 plus 4 circuits at $8 equal $100 plus $32 equals $132.
If it is only one circuit to the garage with a light switch for a disconnect at the garage, the fee is 2 trips: one for the trench and then a final. The fee is $80.
If a panel is installed in the garage with circuit breakers, the fee is $50 for the panel plus $8 per circuit installed in the panel.
Example: panel equals $50 + 4 circuit breakers times 8 equal $32. The total is $82.
The fee is the greater of: the number of trips x $40 or by the fee schedule of circuits and panels etc.
Any job that needs a rough in will need a final so it will be 2 trips minimum for $80.
Add the state surcharge of $1.00 to all permits.