This is what I started with; barely enough juice to run the saws.
I pulled lots and lots of new wire.
Up and over...
Back and forth...
Past the kitchen...
Ten halogen down-lights to wash the new wood wall.
Four over the kitchen island...
Four over the dining table with boxes for two hanging lights...
And six ovedr the kitchen counter.
I even put eight in the lightwells to refelct down.
Four each over the double master bath sinks.
A view from above.
Large conduit to the media center in case technology changes.
It pops out in the attic in case you need to pull new cabes through.
Lighting control for all outdoor spaces in the master bedroom (don't you hate it when you have to go all the way to the kitchen at night).
Speaker wire, TV cable, network cable... it all runs over the cieling.
Eventually the wires were all pulled...
And all roads lead to Rome. This is a new 200Amp service panel.
Fancy fans for the shower (hot showers to your heart's content).
Located remotely so there's no sound to disturb your shower.
All new plumbing too (I didn't do this part).
But Dave did a rock-star job.
Waiting for the new toilet.
Time to start building the shower.
A cricket so that it drains rights starts with the proper slope.
I bet that you didn't know what a cricket was before this; I didn't.
But I do now, and I used lots of glue.
The support wall for the double sink in the master bath.
I put plugs here, too.
The utilities for hte kitchen island are ready.