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    and "yes dear" and "I'll go get the truck"...
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaneboats View Post
    Better make sure you talk to the builder or electrician about this. I had a friend who went over to his house and added speaker wire and cat and some coax. They ripped it all out. He was pi$$$$ed. Clear it ahead of time so there is no misunderstanding. I do recommend doing as much of this ahead of time as you can. I noticed a lot of blocks in the stud walls in your pics. Those make it very hard to run wires down the walls later.
    I ran into this when we had our home built 2 years ago. I was smart and added it as one of the conditions when we closed, so when it came time and i asked my builder he was like ohh hell no you cant do anything to the house. I showed him my contract and he was like ok ok on this day, at this time, get it done.

    SO i did all that, ran cable to all the rooms, ran phone, cat 5, and speakers to all the rooms, outside, ran video survalence wires to all areas i wanted hiden cameras in.

    Problem came at Electrical inspection time. The builders electrical passed but mine failed because i had no permit.
    I had to goto the next larger town and get a permit even though all my wire is considered low voltage.

    Once i got the permit the electrical guy signed off and they drywalled.

    Moral is make sure your area doesnt require a low voltage permit since you are doing the work yourself.
    Other wise it will hold up your house build and in the end you could get fined by the builder for delaying his build schedule.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mmandley View Post
    I ran into this when we had our home built 2 years ago. I was smart and added it as one of the conditions when we closed, so when it came time and i asked my builder he was like ohh hell no you cant do anything to the house. I showed him my contract and he was like ok ok on this day, at this time, get it done.

    SO i did all that, ran cable to all the rooms, ran phone, cat 5, and speakers to all the rooms, outside, ran video survalence wires to all areas i wanted hiden cameras in.

    Problem came at Electrical inspection time. The builders electrical passed but mine failed because i had no permit.
    I had to goto the next larger town and get a permit even though all my wire is considered low voltage.

    Once i got the permit the electrical guy signed off and they drywalled.

    Moral is make sure your area doesnt require a low voltage permit since you are doing the work yourself.
    Other wise it will hold up your house build and in the end you could get fined by the builder for delaying his build schedule.
    The builder is doing all the wiring i mentioned above. I don't really have the most flexible work schedule when it comes to being home at the right time in the build process to do these things myself.
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    That's for sure. Good for you-- good planning.
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    Heidis brother cruised by the house today and snapped some shots...







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    Its getting there bud! Looks great.
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    Coming along. You gotta be stoked!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KG's Supra24 View Post
    The telephone jack kinda made me chuckle. Glad to you hear you got it all done now on the front end. We are working on a remodel and I was supposed to have the whole house wired and one electrician after another flaked on doing the work. I'm likely going to end up with Sonos so if anyone has bad reviews, pm me.

    Progress is awesome! Bet yall are excited. Going to have to shop for furniture or moving alot of it in?
    Kg, my business is home theater/ sound systems/ low voltage stuff. I am a Sonos dealer And install it on 90% of my jobs. I would be happy to discuss it with you. Let me know and we can get on the phone or email about it. It's an awesome product and very flexible. It has some small cons, depending on how you plan to use it. There are other products too that might be a good fit for you.
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    Nice offer right there. Love this place.
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    whats is sonos?
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