Thanks for posting the pics Doc, braver than most on here.I'll break the ice, I want to see some resi rough work other than my own
Yes, folded, striped before entered.Thanks for posting the pics Doc, braver than most on here.
Love your pictures of the loop method that you have talked about before.
When you do the loop method do you fold the NM over before pushing it through the knockout or feed it in then back out?
They enforce bundling by you? stapling to the plate?
Why? Bundling? Looks like the wires are spread out enough to me..
Your AHJ s are idiots and you can tell them I said so. :thumbsup:
Less time, I use a method of drilling all my holes down, drilling angles between them from the floor below or using the plate and header, pulling the ckt thru the run , starting at the end from below, pushing a guestimated folded end up the hole and work my way back to the first box/hr. It takes me about 3 hours to drill, run and terminate the second floor of a 3 bdrm house. The time it really saves is on the final. It also cuts down on wire, that particular job used 300' of 14/2 to cover all the 2 nd floor outlets. For the whole house my wire total was 1750' 14/2, 600' 12/2, 400' 14/3. The HO did add 20 hihats, bath fans and a few optional circuits.Never tried that loop-through method. How long does it take you to strip and terminate compared to feed-through?