Proper grounding (earthing, bonding) methods are critical to ensuring the integrity of your electrical system. In part three of my 7-part video series on how to wire a switch, I demonstrate the proper way to connect the ground wires.
Making a proper splice is a basic skill that you must have in order to properly complete most tasks when it comes to electrical work. This video demonstrates proper methods for splicing the neutral conductors when wiring a switch.
Part five of this 7-part video series on how to wire a switch: from rough-in to finishing, demonstrates the proper splicing and pigtailing the hot conductors for installation in a multi-gang box.
After the wallboard is on and the painting is done, it’s time for the stage we call finishing. We’ll install the wall switch and be ready for the finishing wall plate.
The final stage of the process of how to wire a switch is the installation of the faceplate. I’ll show you one simple tip that will show others that you take pride in craftsmanship!
Before tackling this home wiring project, there are a number of factors that must be taken into consideration. This helpful article and video examines what you must know to complete this project.
Learn the proper procedure for changing an outlet or receptacle from 120V to 240V.
You can easily replace that older style “razor only” outlet and upgrade your bathroom with a much safer Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) receptacle.