Александр Будников

Александр Будников

Александр Будников
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Most electrical codes require just one outlet in the garage. And that's just what most builders give you—one measly outlet for all your tools and toys. If you have open studs, you can easily run wire and add outlets as long as you follow a few basic rules (find articles about garage wiring here). If your walls are covered, you don't have to cut into them to run wires. Instead, you can mount metal or plastic wiring channels and outlet boxes right on the wall.

Most electrical codes require just one outlet in the garage. And that's just what most builders give you—one measly outlet for all your tools and toys. If you have open studs, you can easily run wire and add outlets as long as you follow a few basic rules (find articles about garage wiring here). If your walls are covered, you don't have to cut into them to run wires. Instead, you can mount metal or plastic wiring channels and outlet boxes right on the wall.

A switchboard that enlightens the user when it senses negligible electricity consumption (found when TVs are on standby, or when phones have finished charging).

A switchboard that enlightens the user when it senses negligible electricity consumption (found when TVs are on standby, or when phones have finished charging).