Comments in red above.We are making some electrical changes to our home, we will have it inspected before drywall goes up but i wanted to run it past some experts before we go to the trouble of doing it...
2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1 living room, 1 kitchen -
All receptacles on 12-2 copper nm sheathed romex
All light switches and fixtures on 14-2 copper nm sheathed romex
Kitchen GFCI receptacles on 20-amp breakers, 2 circuits for normal appliances
Stove on dedicated circuit and 240 wire, 50amp breaker
Refrigerator on dedicated circuit
Bathroom on dedicated circuits, one receptacle GFCI protected (other bathroom receps downstream from the GFCI)
Bedrooms on shared circuit, one circuit 14-2 for lights, one circuit 12-2 for all (AFCI?) receptacles inside bedrooms. Total of 9 receptacles on this circuit.
Hot water heater on dedicated 10-2 circuit
Dryer on dedicated circuit with 240 wire, 30amp breaker
Washer on 12-2 wire with 20amp breaker, dedicated circuit.
Does this sound okay? If any of it is wrong let me know. We would like to stick close to code since it will be inspected