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Peter Woodford

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This may a simple question sorry if you are installing sockets and the floors are concerte would u chase them out or drop down cables from above floor space in a old house or new build


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Mac

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Why would you want to chase out concrete floors.Seems like hard work and time consuming.Me personally i would drop the cables from above and put them in trunking if surface mounted or chase the wall out and cap the cables:confused:As long as they're in the safe zone
 
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acat

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Yep I agree with the above sounds like an awful lot of work otherwise


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bazza2541

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If you are working on a new build and there are concrete floors in place, chances are they are bison slabs, it is a huge nono to interfere with a bison slab, and could lead to jail if you were to do something that resulted in a colapse.
 
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