How to Install Outdoor Lighting and Outlet
Underground wiring puts light and power anywhere in the yard. We'll show you how to do it easily and safely.
How To Use A Multimeter Effectively
If you want to learn how to use a multimeter effectively, you are certainly in the right place. A multimeter is a three-in-one electrical measuring device. It measures electric current (amperes), resistance (ohms) and voltage (volts). Using a multimeter in making various measurements is a simple procedure provided you are conversant with electrical terms and multimeter features. However, using …
Why Didn’t I Think of That When Building My House? Part 2
Have you ever heard people who have just moved into a new home say.....I wish I had thought of that when I was building or I wish my contractor had suggested that to me? I
How to Extend Power Outdoors
Whether you're stringing lights or powering a leaf blower, there's a need for outdoor power. We'll show you how to equip your home's exterior with electricity.
Wiring Diagrams for Multiple Receptacle Outlets
Clear, easy-to-read wiring diagrams for connecting multiple receptacle outlets in a row, including GFCI and Duplex Receptacles.
Rules for GFCI Outlets and How to Install One
You’ve probably seen those outlets with the little buttons in bathrooms and kitchens. They’re called Ground Fault Circuit-Interrupters (GFCIs) and if you’re not noticing them in many rooms throughout a house, that house is not up to code. They are required in all bathrooms and in kitchen receptacles at counter height or within 6 feet of a wet area. Read more: http://www.doityourself.com/stry/rules-for-gfci-outlets-and-how-to-install-one#.UydrhYU-fAM#ixzz2wG60ApsO
How to Run Underground Wiring to a Garage | Ask This Old House
Electrician Scott Caron shows a homeowner how to bring power to a detached garage. #ThisOldHouse #AskTOH SUBSCRIBE to This Old House: http://bit.ly/Subscribe...
Electrical Wiring: How to Run Power Anywhere
Run electrical wires underground to reach sheds, lights, patios, and other locations following safe wiring practices.