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Old 10-26-06, 09:17 PM
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I am going to run some wire along a wall. What is the best place online that sells stuff for this. I am looking for something attractive to and is well priced. Thanks
 
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Raceways are usually for commercial/industrial applications with lots of wires and cables and steel/concrete construction. Components are available at electrical supply houses. If this is for a residential application, not sure what you would use or even it is legal in a residence.
 
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Old 10-27-06, 03:54 AM
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Wiremold is one product you could check out. This is available in the big box hardware stores.

www.wiremold.com
 
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Wiremold Co., etc.

Willl: Check your electrical supplyhouse for their products. I have used Wiremold strips for along-the-wall interconnections for both power and audio wiring. It's been a while, but it was available in different sizes and in metal and plastic. Enjoy
 
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To accommodate consumers' increasing need for complex wiring to accommodate technology, PVC electrical baseboard raceways are available for residential use in white or wood-laminate to blend with decor. Corners can be mitered and snap-on elbows can be used. These will mount to any surface. 2-compartment raceways separate electric wiring and low voltage cable for phone, data, coaxial. Receptacles, phone jacks, cable outlets can be installed along the raceway.
 
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availible at lowes and home depot .
 
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Old 10-27-06, 09:32 AM
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Originally Posted by Just Bill
Raceways are usually for commercial/industrial applications with lots of wires and cables and steel/concrete construction. Components are available at electrical supply houses. If this is for a residential application, not sure what you would use or even it is legal in a residence.
It doesn't have to be a cable tray to be a "raceway." 1/2" EMT is a raceway. Romex (NM) is its own raceway, etc.
 
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