I’ve installed, hooked-up, and backfilled the water to the slab. The images are below. Today I’ll make-up my 125 amp sub panel and energize the slab electrical. located the main Put in the 2” shut-off and anti-siphon valve for...
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I have pulled the electrical: Initial set up of all the circuit wires. Each circuit has its own ground wire although not listed this is another three wires to the bundle. 60 amp 240 2-#6, 30 amp 240 2-#8, 20 amp 120 2-#10. All are stranded wir...
I have now run the water line for the slab. I will hook up to my in-slab line after installing a few hose bibs on the periphery. I dug the trench from the property main with my L4400 Kubota’s 72 inch FEL. although this was a bit of over-kill...
It’s been near a month since the slab was poured. At 30 days I am ready to seal the concrete. In the mean time I have pulled the electrical for 220 and 120 single phase circuits. My electrical run consists of 3 different wire gauges; 6, 8...
You can see the results of yesterday’s efforts. I had to wet the slab the day after the slab was poured revealing the degree of finish and level. By about next Thursday (2/21) I can begin using the slab. My next post will...