Tag: Branch Circuitry

Branch circuitry is electrical wiring that attaches to the main home run of the circuit to continue power by splicing wires together, making sure the wire size is the same!

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 Drill Holes for Wires

Drilling holes for electrical wires takes a lot of planning. You must plan your routes, keep power away from extra-low-voltage wires, and drill holes at the same height!
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Never Run Power to a Light Box (Octagon)

Pull your home run power wire to an easy to access electrical box, and make it simple for the next electrician who may have to troubleshoot your work.
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What is an Apprentice Loop for Electricians

An apprentice loop is when you pull a wire, and it somehow gets looped around a stud or ceiling joist, making the wire stick out of the wall, but somehow the wire went back into the wall or ceiling, continued it's normal route, and was maybe even tied into an electrical box! Even Journeymen make…
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