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post #21 of 24 (permalink) Old 10-05-2019, 10:01 AM
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You really have mastered the art of routing signs Barb, beautiful work.
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post #22 of 24 (permalink) Old 10-06-2019, 12:11 PM Thread Starter
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@harrysin Thank you, Harry. Still loads of improvements to be made.

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Barb,

It's against code to run TV cable, phone, and signal wires in the same conduit with power. Put in a second conduit for that. Make it larger than you need, so LAN cables, etc can be added later. Plan for the future. Since the LAN cable will be running a good distance next to the other signal cables, run it with shielded cable (CAT 6) and ground only one end, either end, of the shield to the power ground wire.

Plastic vapor barrier goes on the people side of the insulation, where the warm moist air won't freeze when it hits it. You still have time to do this AFTER the insulation goes in. If you put it on the cold side of the insulation, ice will build up inside the walls and rot the studs when it melts.

Great signs. You are really getting good use out of that shop. Much better than that old construction trailer.

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@CharleyL only putting in electric, Charley. Thanks for the info on the barrier. Looking forward to getting it done.

As for my signs, thank you. I could have had good luck with Bentley, but with our situation at the time, it didn't work out. If I would have had a place to keep him, he would have done well. But, I'm happy with our current investment.

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