Ask-The-Electrician Receives A Compliment About Electrical Codes
This site gives a lot more straight forward information than the code book does, it also seems to give recommendations that go above and beyond the NEC book.
Making the National Electrical Code Easier to Understand
[ad#block]Question: No question, just a compliment.
This electrical question came from: Chris, a Homeowner from Los Angeles, California.
Comment: This is a compliment about this site rather than a question. I do own a NEC code book, but this site gives a lot more straight-forward information than the code book does. It also seems to give recommendations that go above and beyond the NEC book; recommendations that validate my ideas on how to wire different circuits (e.g. refrigerator on it’s own circuit). Thank you for running this site and putting so much useful information on here.
Thanks for your comment Chris, it is very appreciated!
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