I am finishing up the electrical wiring phase of my project. The only thing
left to do wiring wise are the tankless water heater and the floor outlets,
and the floor outlets are driving me insane.
I have 4" thick reinforced concrete slab all over, so installing a floor
outlet involves cutting a trench through the slab to make room for the PVC
rigid conduits to go under the slab.
I have a family room that is 32'x16' with a fireplace. I have in a separate
wing a living room that is 27'x22'. We are not sure what we would put
where, but it's reasonable to expect a couch area in the living room and one
in the family room, but the family room may have a game table of some sort -
ping pong, air hockey etc...and they need an electrical outlet. Same with
the living room, if I put my TV, DVD etc...not against a wall, I will need
an outlet somewhere near the middle.
However, my wife thinks today that we need the TV here, yesterday she
thought it better be "there", and tomorrow probably "somewhere else", and I
need to wire these floor outlets but in order to do that I need to know
exactly what goes where.
Is there a way to plan for floor outlets without knowing how the space is to
be used? Once I tiled it's done and over with!