Falcon Electric

Falcon Electric
Falcon Electric offers Electrician services in Kennewick WA.

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Just found a very informative site, InspectAPedia.com, which we will be using in the future (the previews below are from the electrical section of the site, but it is far more comprehensive, covering most aspects of the structure)

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Important excerpt from the latest WA State L&I Electrical newsletter. Basically there will be special emphasis on protection of wiring in exterior walls that may be affected by nails, etc. If wiring is going into a 2x4 exterior wall, the siding will have to be complete and inspected by Building Department before wiring can start: " Requirements for Wiring in Exterior Walls – Siding Nail Installation WAC 296-46B-010(6) was recently changed. To provide additional protection to wiring from damage by siding nails, the language underlined below was added: Prior to completion of an exterior wall cover inspection, either: a) the exterior shear panel/sheathing nail inspection must be completed by the building code inspector and where siding nails or fasteners which penetrate into the wall cavity are to be used, all siding must be installed; or b) all wiring and device boxes must be a minimum of 2 ½ inches from the exterior surface of the framing member; or c) all wiring and device boxes must be protected by a steel plate a minimum of 1/16 inch thick and of appropriate width and height installed to cover the area of the wiring or box. Notice that there are three options – a) or b) or c). The new requirement for installation of the siding was placed as an addition to paragraph a), the first option of requiring the shear panel/sheathing nail inspection to be completed. The second and third options of placing all wiring and device boxes at least 2 ½ inches from the exterior surface of the framing member (i.e., stud), or protecting the wiring and boxes with steel plates is still available. Typically, if the exterior walls of a dwelling are of 2X6 studs, there won’t be a problem because the wiring and deep device boxes will have at least 2 ½ inches of clearance. Exterior walls with 2X4 framing will typically require the siding to be installed unless additional protection for your wiring is provided." - http://www.lni.wa.gov/TradesLicensing/Electrical/files/currents/Elc1709.pdf

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