NYC requires conduit or thin wall for outside the walls/ceiling and BX in the walls and ceilings. I caught Sh*t for running romex cable in conduit pipe, and had to remove it all.

While I have use romex on L.I. and in Illinois I was shocked at NYC law not allowing this even in pipe.


At 12:11 PM 10/12/2006, Walden H. Leverich wrote:
>Power, for instance, will most likely have to be in conduit.

John, remind me never to move where you live! Your code requires normal
120V wires to be in conduit? Ouch!


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