[Conduit Question] Monroe County, outside Rochester

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Old 04-29-12, 08:27 AM
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[Conduit Question] Monroe County, outside Rochester

Anyone with local knowledge here? I'm looking at a home purchase. DIY OK in this area? Is wiring piped like NYC?
 

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Old 04-29-12, 09:11 AM
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You are going to need to check with your local building officials. National codes are one thing, but local amendments are too hard to track.
 
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It's not in the county's jurisdiction. Local codes are adopted by the city, town, or village.

I can't speak for the locality you're looking at, but generally you can do your own work as long as you pull a permit. Pipe is not usually required outside the major cities (Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse).

It sounds cliche, but the best way to find out is to call the local building inspector. I have friends who've built in rural areas of Orleans and Niagara counties, doing much of the work themselves. The more rural you go, the friendlier they are.
 
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