There are several options (google is your friend) but I think Carlon makes one that you can saw flush with the concrete when it is poured.Yeah supposedly the HO had the GC cut the slab over to the locations. They are removing a wall to open up the floor plan in the house. I'm going to run some 1/2" PVC over to the locations. My question is what boxes to use. The ones I've used for floor plugs on new homes are the big gray pvc one's that are like 8 or 10" deep and like 6" diameter. so not sure what to put in existing concrete.
OMG! carlon gonna make nothin work right!:laughing:The carlon floor boxes are real nice. Just set the box, no need to worry about the finished height let it stick up a bit. Then when your ready to install the cover, after the finished floor is down, just cut the plastic box off flush with the floor with a sawzall. I like to use them whenever I can. I think these are the only carlon boxes I actually like!
I was expecting a post about a male plug being poured in concrete but instead I was tricked into a thread about a floor box receptacle.Never installed one in an existing slab. Anyone have experience doing this? What kind of box have you used for this? Any help would be great! Thanks
Yes, they want to put the flanged inlet for the generator in the floor in the garage. It's a new thing loljrannis said:I was expecting a post about a male plug being poured in concrete but instead I was tricked into a thread about a floor box receptacle.