Forgive my terminology, not my field, and I'm learning.
My home has a detached garage, which has a subpanel fed by a direct burial single 15A circuit from the main house panel. I have a modest amount of shop equipment that I need to rewire for, so I plan to retrench a larger feeder circuit and rewire the garage.
The home is fed overhead by service wires that run over the garage, so this is my plan:
-Run/trench large cables undergound from the house panel to the back of the garage (trench to the garage, then conduit (?) through the garage attic)
-Install a subpanel at the back of the garage that I will rewire the garage with.
-At some future point, install a mast at the back of the garage, relocate the meter to the garage, and feed the garage panel directly, becoming the new main panel.
-use the previously trenched cable to feed the house panel.
Anything unusual about this? It seems logical to me, and I'm just unfamiliar with the exact panels and equipment that are necessary (doing my preliminary homework now).
How do I run the two circuits - garage and home? meter to juntion box with disconnects individually for each? Or is there a panel that can be fed but has a feed through to the house? And can each have a 100A breaker?
Any advice is most welcome.