How To Install Electrical From Start to Finish !! Basement Renovation (DIY)

This video shows how I installed electrical from start to finish, step by step from rough electrical to trim electrical during my basement shop renovation. You can do it yourself like i did, with a little help. This was a Electrical installation in the basement, which now is my work shop.
The electrical installation process was a little stressful for me since I’m terrified of electricity, but to get the shop finished I had to overcome my fears and get it done. I did have some help with this from my father and my electrician Frankie. I hope you guys learn something from this video and please don’t hesitate to ask if you have any questions. Last thing make sure you pull a electrical permit and check your local codes. Each city will be different and what I did may not be code in your town.

Also below are some links to products and some tools I used on this build. Happy Building

Klein Conduit Reamer https://amzn.to/2MG2Esb
Bosch Reciprocating Saw https://amzn.to/2yoEXl5
Anti-Short Bushings https://amzn.to/2JRcJoz
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Also make sure you check out my previous builds on YouTube
Shop Renovation -FRAMING https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v_0NTSkG77E
How To Build A Bluetooth Speaker https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AM4T7tTGvng
Floating Mirror Shelf https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rqGsqgrKdoU&t=461s

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Comments

Mo D says:

Is there a reason you used the metal covered wire instead of just regular wire? Is it just personal preference? I’m clueless but I’m trying to do this at some point.

Lonnie Toot says:

Did you know that cutting into the edge of the joists reduces the load value of that joist? Please be careful. If you have a 2×12 and you cut that notch two inches it is as if you now have a 2×10 for a joist. Same goes for the studs also.

PhunKiss Artistic Creations says:

Nice to see your Dad (The Boss) there to give you a hand! Great idea to have a certified electrician there to inspect your work, just as a second set of eyes. I’m sure you’re glad you decided not to install the drywall. We made the same decision to contract that out, and absolutely no regrets. It saved us so much time and work, it was well worth the money.

Austin Adams says:

Dude this is a great video…… where are all of your subscribers??!!

CAN OZCAN says:

Which certifications are need for inspector confirmation? (Like WHMA-A-620 , OSHA , NFPA 70E)

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