- I actually already had a wiring diagram like yours from the Architect (see link below):
I made my own diagram so I could be sure I was understanding things correctly. I only did the lighting circuit because the outlets seem relatively easy to figure out. One challenge was determining when to pull 3 conductor wire, and when to pull 2 conductor wire; I hope I got that right. I tried to make up my boxes as simply as possible, and I got the 22cubic inch boxes so I think I'm safe on box fill.
Not bad drawing you make there.
The other thing with three way switches you may want to reroute the three conductor cable from switch box to switch box the key reason why is with the 2011 NEC code do mention that you will need netural conductor at each switch location for a good reason why due some of the motion sensor or the timer will required neutral to get it function properly.
- the combined wattage of all the fixtures is 624W. I plan to use LED lighting and already have the exact ratings on the bathroom and laundry fans.
I don't go by the combine wattage as you mention above I always sized the circuit by the max wattage of each luminarie ( it will be stamped on the luminaire itself ) it don't matter if recessed or surface luminaries even thru you will use the LED but some case in future someone may want to switch over to indentscent bulbs that can overload the circuit very easy.
So that one reason why I always double check the wattage of the lumiaire.
Bathroom / laundry room fan with lights most case the max wattage useally either 60 or 100 watts depending on what model it is.
- Actually, I was planning on running 14ga wire and making this a 15A circuit. I calculated that with my lighting, I'm well under the amperage even with the 80% derating. Thank you for your comment, as it really made me feel a lot better after the Lumosity / Pac Man comments.
All - I've been really close to hiring an electrician to pull the wires. The expense is not to great. I haven't hired one because I want to have the satisfaction of doing it myself. It's not about the $$. Thank you to those who have endeavored to be helpful, and maintained the spirit of DIY