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Category: Roughing-In

The rough-in stage is actually the most important part of an electrician. You must make sure you mount your boxes in the right places and heights, as well as pull the correct wires to that box; or you’ll be fishing wires and opening up drywall come the finishing stage! (You can easily prevent these mistakes with a little bit of planning ahead of time.)

How to Splice Wires in a Double Gang Box

How to splice a double gang box which makes it easy in the electrical finishing stage (with pigtails included).
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How to Cut-In Wires for Electricians (What is Cutting In?)

Cutting-in wires is the final step in the electrical rough-in process. The wires are entered into the box and spliced, before calling for electrical inspection.
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How to Pull Wire in a Residential Setting

How to Pull and Staple Wires in a Residential Wood Frame Setting for Electricians.
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