I would go around the pad if possible.I would go under the pad if it saved distance and material.
Hammerlane I am going to put a metal garage on the pad and I was going to put a 90 degree PVC conduit near the edge of the pad inside so I can run power from my house later.I know I could go up the side of the garage later but I would prefer having a way of getting the power inside without drilling a hole on the side of the garage. ThanksIf you are referring to the perimeter of the patio, like whats shown in red in the photo...why would you lay it before the concrete pad is poured. Has a chance to get stepped on while concrete is being poured/finished. Or does some part of the conduit have to go under the pad? I didnt find anything in the code about proximity to the permeter of the concrete when I did mine.
Bobelectric I was putting a metal garage on the pad and I want to run power From my house to the garage.I was going to place a piece of 90 degree PVC conduit near the edge of the pad inside so I could feed my power in the garage thru the 90 degree elbow but I don't know how far over from the edge I should place it before I pour the floor. ThanksConduit for what?
you referring to the inside edge of the pad or the outside edgeI don't know how far over from the edge I should place it before I pour the floor. Thanks
Hammerlane hahaha yeah I am the same person I'm not much on computers don't know how I got to names going on sorry about that.did the original poster of Joe1959 turn into Bennie59. Sounds like Bennie59 was answering Joe1959s situation
The inside edge,I want to put it in place before I pour the floor so I can get power inside the garage later.you referring to the inside edge of the pad or the outside edge
Jim it's one of them metal carports enclosed with an overhead door.I'm not sure about the thickness but I can call the manufacturer and find out.Jim Port said:What is the wall thickness and the wall material?