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Old 11-24-2012, 03:32 PM   #1
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Romex vs Conduit in Residential PA?


Heya guys,

Does code require in 2 story residential PA home to go with Conduit in walls? Or Romex will be fine?

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Need to be calling your building department on this one.
Not going to do you any good for anyone here giving you an ansewer and it's wrong.

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PA uses NEC 2008 on a statewide basis. Certain localities may have further restrictions. call you AHJ and ask.
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Yes. When you apply for a permit. This side of the state is romex.
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Yes. When you apply for a permit. This side of the state is romex.
I am sorry... Are you saying that with permit Romex is ok?
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