Wish to install an outside Deck light.
Would be about nine feet or so above the Deck, and fastened to an outside
It .looks like it will be tough to run the wires thru the inside, so am
considering doing it with simple EMT
semi-rigid (the grayish stuff) tubing for the wires fastened to the outside
wall. Connections would all be the solvent type.
This should be, I would think, pretty weather and waterproof.
At eye level, on the outside, there is an electrical box for a small Deck
light existing now that I can run the EMT in to.
Before I talk with the Town Electrical Inspector, thopught I'd ask here
Is this, likely, a Code approved way of doing it ?
I know they have semi-rigid tubing, and connectors that are watertight, but
this seems a bit more complicated than the regular, typical EMT tubing with
solvent connected elbows, etc.
Any thoughts on this would be most appreciated.