Electrical Question

How would ground floor cabling be run if floor is concrete base with screed

5 Answers

The easiest way to run cabels in a concrete floor is to run the cables through plastic conduit before screeding. Most plastic pipes are fine in fact push fit polypipe is freatand more than likely you would have some to hand. Daron CAL Builders

Answered 29th Oct 2013

CAL - Cleverly associates Limited

Member since 15 Feb 2009

should be protected inside conduit or simillar on the concrete base,then screeded over .

Answered 14th Feb 2012

substructure

Member since 7 Jun 2008

from above

Answered 14th Feb 2012

kevin cassidy building contractors

Member since 16 Dec 2010

Hi, usually under the boards on the first floor. If this is not possible then trunking may have to be used.

Answered 14th Feb 2012

ICM Electrical Services Limited

Member since 10 Nov 2011

A channel can be chased in to the concrete floor and pipe work can be retro fitted in a protective conduit (pipe) and then repaired afterwards. Messy and noisy work and exsisting pipes or cables need to be considered carefully but its not a difficult job.
Good luck
Dan

Answered 14th Feb 2012

Local patios and driveways

Member since 24 Jan 2012

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