If its classified as a garage then yes
If it's considered a garage then, yes.Were trimming out a large 4 car garage soon. It has polished cement floors, drywall, big screen tv's, kitchen, bath, etc.. Do I need to make the rec. gfci protected ?
(A) If the garage is really really nice, GFCI protection can be omitted.
We ain't using the MEC. (Mexican electrical code):laughing:Straight up in the code book
I think they may be using that coating on the floor. They are matching house garage coating which is something i've never seen before. If it is a resin coating that should make it an insulated floor and with the drywall I would think that would supracede the ruling.polished cement floors, bath, kitchen so a chance of water on the floors
i would say a definite yes
now if the cement floor is liberally coated with terrazzo (resin based floor coating) this may be a different story.