2008 NEC Effective residential changes:
No, only if there is a laundry-tub located in the laundry room, GFCI is required for any receptacles outlets in the room. 2008 NEC 210-8.
Romex is allowed, in general, in wood construction as per National Electrical Code (NEC 2008) 334.10. Excluding assembly-type uses (over 50 persons).
No. Thttp://oregonohio.quantum-coders.com/administrator/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&layout=edit&id=1352#editorhe 2008 National Electrical Code (NEC) 250-140 states it is required that a four wire cable to these units is used.
Yes, however, service drop locations must be approved by the Toledo Edison, Engineering Operation Department before the customer begins work. Consult Toledo Energy/FirstEnergy regulations, Section 305 of the Edison Service Handbook, or call the Edison toll free at 1-800-447-3333.
Permit costs are based on per unit size and type of work done on the property. Please call 419-698-7071 for a quote or see the permit form. Forms are now available from the City of Oregon Web Site.
A permit is required for installation of electrical wiring or equipment in any building, structure or premises, alterations made in any such existing installation including service upgrades. Permits are not required for minor repair work, including replacement of lamps or the connection of portable electrical equipment to approved permanently installed receptacles.
Yes, an Electrical contractor's license is required to do all electrical projects requiring a permit and inspection. The only exception to the licensing law is in a single-family residence. The resident owner may do the electrical work on his owner residence after obtaining the required permits. The homeowner is not exempt from using licensed contractors for work on rental property or commercial property owned.