Wiring of Circuits in Addition

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Old 12-02-18, 10:17 AM
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Wiring of Circuits in Addition

So, this will be my first time setting up the circuits and wiring them myself in a new 24'x24' addition. Here's what I plan to do, please leave your feedback/insight.

Circuit 1 for entertainment room receptacles. (Total of 9 duplex)

Circuit 2 for two bedrooms receptacles and 3 outside receptacles. (Total of 15 duplex)

Circuit 3 is for Bathroom GFCI by sink. (Total of 2 duplex)

Circuit 4 is for Pump/motor of Jetted tub.

Circuit 5 is for lighting throughout addition and smoke alarms. (16 12w recessed LED, Vanity light with 3 bulbs, 2 fan/light combos, 1 closet light, 1 bath fan/light, 1 patio light, 1 crawl space entrance light in basement, 1 attic entrance light. 4 hardwired smoke alarms.

Circuit 6 is for in line heater for jetted tub if we decide to go that route (Havn't purchased heater yet but we are considering it at this time).
 
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Old 12-03-18, 01:16 PM
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Does this plan for circuits seem logical?
 
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Old 12-03-18, 01:27 PM
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Often lights and smokes go on the same circuit and receptacles a separate circuits. That way you know the smoke circuit is working and win't be left totally in the dark if light or receptacle circuit trip.
 
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Old 12-03-18, 02:16 PM
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The plan looks good to me.
 
 

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