Over the course of the next several days, Timber Block Insulated Log Homes will be answering the top 10 most frequently asked questions.

Number 10:

How is the electrical wiring done in a Timber Block home?

After the floor plan is created, and finalized, the Timber Block home goes into production where the logs are insulated, sanded and pre-stained at the factory. The logs are then stacked and thru-bolted every 24 inches and bonded under 6000 pounds of pressure. The areas where the windows will go are cut out, and protected for easy on-site installation.

When the home is delivered on-site, the wall raising begins. Then there is the dry in stage, and electricial wiring.

So, how is the electrical wiring completed? It’s actually quite simple!

The electrical is done on-site and is fairly straightforward, as opposed to conventional log construction where it must be done in advance.

For the exterior wall outlets, a vertical hole is drilled in the underside of the wall sections just prior to setting them in-place. The circuits are then wired through the floor joists/trusses and fished up into the wall. Your builder will then simply drill, and jigsaw out a rectangle in the wood wall to accommodate the electrical box.

For switches or lights, a line can be run up between the wall sections.

All the interior walls are conventional 2×4 stick frame construction.

As mentioned, we will be answering the Top 10 questions we get at Timber Block during the next several days on this blog. Keep tuned in. And if you have a question, please feel free to ask! Email us at info@timberblock.com, and we’d love to write about it!

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