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wa2ibm
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join:2000-10-10
San Jose, CA
reply to Draiman

Re: Garage addition

I have been watching your project from early on and have really enjoyed both the photos and your descriptions. I think you have a really great addition to your home.

I can't tell from the last set of photos, so you might have already thought of this. I know the electrician installed one outlet upstairs, but have you made accommodations for any future electrical requirements upstairs?

If'n it were me, I'd include a conduit from the garage panel up into the wall of the upstairs area so more circuits could be pulled later, as required. Alternatively, some additional Romex runs from the garage panel, stubbed off upstairs for later use.

Great work - hope you enjoy your addition.
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- Bill


Draiman
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Kill Devil Hills, NC
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said by wa2ibm:

I have been watching your project from early on and have really enjoyed both the photos and your descriptions. I think you have a really great addition to your home.

I can't tell from the last set of photos, so you might have already thought of this. I know the electrician installed one outlet upstairs, but have you made accommodations for any future electrical requirements upstairs?

If'n it were me, I'd include a conduit from the garage panel up into the wall of the upstairs area so more circuits could be pulled later, as required. Alternatively, some additional Romex runs from the garage panel, stubbed off upstairs for later use.

Great work - hope you enjoy your addition.

There was no thoughts of future electrical upstairs yet. That's a good idea to put in a conduit. When the electrician's return to finish up I'll ask about it. Thanks!
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