Have an electrician wire in an outlet in your downstairs bath
Jesus, that seems steep. Was he going to run a whole new circuit? Is there not power nearby? I would assume theres already a receptacle over the counter. Is going down the wall under the house and back up not an option?That's already part of the plan. I want to put in bidet toilet seats. They're the best fucking thing ever invented. But the first quote I got was $600 for each outlet.
I'm not sure on the details, it was an online quote from a local company here in Seattle. I have outlets in the bathroom. I just want one installed about 10 feet from the outlet near the sink and extending a new outlet near the toilets.Jesus, that seems steep. Was he going to run a whole new circuit? Is there not power nearby? I would assume theres already a receptacle over the counter. Is going down the wall under the house and back up not an option?
I know how to wire the outlet itself. I don't know how to get the wiring from the current outlet to a location 12 feet away near my toilet.Come on man you can wire in a new outlet in a couple hours. It's not that big of a deal.
Dang. Gives new meaning to "split her in half."What he is not telling you all, is that the "bidet" he is trying to wire in, is actually a 440v 3 phase Dirt Killer E300 pressure washer. Capable of pushing 3.7 gallons per minute at 3000 psi, powerful enough to cut a 2" x 4" piece of lumber in half in a matter of seconds.
Hmpft... Wet Wipes ... Dafuq outta here with that.