Started Demolition of two closets today. I did manage to stop DH from taking a reciprocating saw to the wall. Good thing too, or he would have zapped himself when he cut a length of romex that ran to the closet light.
A little easy investigation revealed this romex. Like the spot where the wire is exposed? Thank goodness our HOer insurance covers us!
This is the first bit of 'Green' romex I've found in the house, and I would like to be able to get a rough idea of the age. It's marked "General Cable 14/2 With Ground Type NM Romex 600 V". I've never seen romex this color. Any ideas would be great.
Here's a bonus - proof that I can NEVER rely on any of my old electrical was done correctly.
Picture shows a rec mid run. Power feeds from the left - no ground apparent (nor is one possible as it's supply is K&T). Wires on the right go to the 'green' romex and power only the closet light - but look how considerately they did the ground to supply the light! Hey at least they didn't just cut it flush with the insulation (like most of the rest of the 'new' runs of romex in the house