Here is my situation: my home is being built about 2000 feet from my utility transformer which as the end of the utility's line in a very rural, ag area. The utility wanted wayyyy tooo much to extend the line, so I did a little research, some cost comparisons, and found it about 1/3 the price to lay my own cable. I bought a 350kcl cable, and laid it from the transformer to my home. The utility would not supply me with the 480V (I think) from their feed directly, which is what I wanted, so I have the standard 240V service. What I would like to do is to install a step up transformer after my meter to raise the voltage to 480V, then step it down 2000 feet away at the house to 240V. I would like to do this to get more amps at the house. Has anyone had any experience with this sort of thing?