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Old 05-30-2010, 11:01 AM   #1
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I'm trying to determine whether I can run an existing wire over a new parallam beam. We are installing the beam to support overspaned floor joists below the living room of our 1908 house. Weyerhaeuser's iLevel specifications say that no holes may be drilled in a parallam that has a point load -- this beam will be inspected along with other permitted renovation in our home. There is a 3/4' space above the beam then 3/4" underlayment, 3/4" fir strip flooring, then oak strip flooring over that. This depth exceeds the NEC requirement, but is running a wire here allowed?

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