The story is as old as Home Improvement -- a simple job (lEt's puLL Up
tHe CaRpEt and SAND THE FLOOr!!!) turns into . . . more, when 1,600+
face-nailed nails were found in the floor.
So. I'm pulling the old floor up and discover -- the floor is floating
on sleepers (ok) with frigging conduit run through the sleepers. Not ok?
<http://home.earthlink.net/~betatron/id9.html shows one of three such
in the room, each about 8 feet long. running on a diag. line.
There's a basement underneath, with a 1/4" plywood pebble-textured
painted ceiling with three light fixtures in it.
The question: should i relocate the wiring runs to the basement, below
the planking? If so, should i run some kind of flexible armored wiring,
something else or pull the basement ceiling and run conduit?
And while we're at it -- would you go with new sleepers or go with
plywood or OSB or something else to replace the old sleepers i'm
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