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"A designer knows when he has reached perfection not when there is nothing left to add but when there is nothing left to take away."

Antione de Sainte-Exupery

Today I want to share yet another “electrical basics” post with you. This one is super simple, but it’s one that a few of you have asked for specifically — how to wire an electrical out. If you’ve never installed an electrical outlet before, and have been afraid to take that face plate off and see what’s under there, I think you’ll be surprised at how easy this is. And since this is probably the most common situation you’ll find, I’ll be demonstrating how to install an electrical out in the middle of a circuit. First and foremost, before doing anything with switches or outlets or lighting or any other electrical thing, you need to be sure that the power is switched off at the breaker box. If you don’t know how to do this, or don’t know which circuit breaker feeds what area of your house, or you don’t know how to use a circuit tester, DO NOT PROCEED. After you’ve switched the circuit breaker off, always be sure to test the circuit with a circuit tester. In my particular case, I didn’t have to do any of that because none of the wiring for this room has even […]

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Today I want to share yet another “electrical basics” post with you. This one is super simple, but it’s one that a few of you have asked for specifically — how to wire an electrical out. If you’ve never installed an electrical outlet before, and have been afraid to take that face plate off and see what’s under there, I think you’ll be surprised at how easy this is. And since this is probably the most common situation you’ll find, I’ll be demonstrating how to install an electrical out in the middle of a circuit. First and foremost, before doing anything with switches or outlets or lighting or any other electrical thing, you need to be sure that the power is switched off at the breaker box. If you don’t know how to do this, or don’t know which circuit breaker feeds what area of your house, or you don’t know how to use a circuit tester, DO NOT PROCEED. After you’ve switched the circuit breaker off, always be sure to test the circuit with a circuit tester. In my particular case, I didn’t have to do any of that because none of the wiring for this room has even […]

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