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  1. Wires in conduit or SE cable

    Electrical
    I am installing a sub panel in my house and running the wire through the attic. I am planning to run THNN wire in PVC conduit or SE cable. Since the circuit will be breaker protected I am thinking SE cable is OK. However if I use PVC conduit and pull the wires I can save some money and of course...
  2. Prep sub-panel install for eventual 200a service upgrade

    Electrical
    Hello, I'm adding a new kitchen in my basement. Since my 125a main panel is just about full, I'm planning to add a sub panel to wire up the new circuits. I've purchased a 200a main breaker panel for this purpose because I'd like to be able to upgrade my service to 200a down the road (the price...
  3. New service conductor?

    Electrical
    Aloha all from Hawaii! Just bought a 40 year old townhouse (six side-by-side units) with all aluminum wiring. Going to change the panel (old and rusted) to the same amperage (100amps) rating, and replace all wiring. Going to follow the same plan as before. Power goes to a meter and service...
  4. Weatherhead - Periscope

    Electrical
    May I attach a brace to retain the Electrical Cable Entrance Periscope when tree branches fall on the entrance cable? I would like to attach a steel cable near the top of the Periscope, just under the weather head and anchor the other end to roof trusses.
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