If your talking about the ground wire between the 2 rods, I just take the claw of my hammer and dig a little trench just to have it underground or secure to the structure.
PS. Drive your rods flush with the ground, be sure to put the clamps on first because the ends flare out and you won't be able to get them on. Also, if it's getting inspected, I'd put some spray paint on the ends so the inspector can find them.
thanks, it does. so my only question left is should the cable from the air terminals run on the outside of the shed or the inside ? i would guess outside. if inside, my question is at which point does it go outside to go into the grounding rod ?
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