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Old 02-23-2010, 07:59 PM   #341
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I got stuck with the fan/heat/lights in the bathrooms. They are kind of a biotch. I was the punk on the job then,
Those can be wired while they're sitting on a 4' ladder. THEN hang them on the joist.
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Old 02-23-2010, 08:05 PM   #342
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Old 02-23-2010, 08:07 PM   #343
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Yeah, I'll bite. I have not wired a house in 30 years but with four guys we would punch out two 1500' spec tri-levels in a day. That is complete and made up rough, no service but home runs hanging.

All rope.
There's more circuits in a kitchen these days than there were in an entire house back then.
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Old 02-23-2010, 08:11 PM   #344
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Not true. Pretty much the same as today with the exception of smokes (In some places) and bath GFCI's. AC was not a given then either........... So add a couple hours.
Ahh I was just busting chops...on a more serious note I'll bet with all things considered your boss made more money on those specs back then than most EC's are willing to do them for now......
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Ahh I was just busting chops...on a more serious note I'll bet with all things considered your boss made more money on those specs back then than most EC's are willing to do them for now......
Ain't that the truth
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Old 02-24-2010, 03:35 PM   #347
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Here are some more

100 ft 14 thhn 15 amp arc fault home run 1/2 emt assembly Material $92.13 Labor 2.541 hours

100 ft 14-2 15 amp arc fault home run Material 66.54 labor .96
Guess I am older and slower than you...

100 ft 14 thhn 15 amp arc fault home run 1/2 emt assembly
Material - $109.17
Labor - 2.84 hours

100 ft 14-2 15 amp arc fault home run
Material - $75.04
labor - 1.045
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Guess I am older and slower than you...

100 ft 14 thhn 15 amp arc fault home run 1/2 emt assembly
Material - $109.17
Labor - 2.84 hours

100 ft 14-2 15 amp arc fault home run
Material - $75.04
labor - 1.045

Well we are both
"on a race to the bottom"

I guess I am trying to get there faster then you.....
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Well we are both
"on a race to the bottom"

I guess I am trying to get there faster then you.....
Cool...we can party like rock stars when we get there...

With what...I don't know, but, we can cross that bridge when time comes...
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Those can be wired while they're sitting on a 4' ladder. THEN hang them on the joist.
OMG! I'm gonna do that next time!
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