Installation Of Electrical Wiring After Plastering

In this article, we will analyze the question of why we recommend installing cables and socket outlets after plastering. In our opinion, there is not a single plus in the installation of wiring to plaster. Unless the grooves need not be cut, this is only if the walls are very crooked, and the cable is guaranteed to hide behind the plaster so that there is still a centimeter above it.  If you’re uncertain, go with the best electricians when you’re making these kind of changes and you’re not sure how to do it.

The walls are even in new houses, and you will still have to gouge them, either before the plaster or after. But there is a huge minus – plastering with many socket boxes and protruding wires is much more difficult than just a flat wall. But in the installation of wiring after plastering – some pluses: 

  1. We already have the ideal geometry and final dimensions. You can determine the installation locations of the socket boxes as accurately as possible. This is especially true for old houses with curved walls; after plastering, the dimensions change greatly, and the socket boxes often have to be moved or pulled out, since they often turn out to be strongly recessed. 
  2. Flat, white walls much better guide customers. They already know better what they want and where to make sockets and switches. 
  3. Marking electrical wiring on plastered walls is several times easier than on a brick or block, where you will erase a dozen pencils while you draw everything. And all the same, it is badly visible, especially to customers. 
  4. It is much easier to drive the wall chaser on a flat wall than on a brick. Due to the tight fit of the protective casing, there is much less dust they want, and where to make sockets and switches. 
  5. Marking electrical wiring on plastered walls is several times easier than on a brick or block, where you will erase a dozen pencils while you draw everything. And all the same, it is badly visible, especially to customers. 
  6. It is much easier to drive the wall chaser on a flat wall than on a brick. Besides, due to the tight fit of the protective casing, there is much less dust. They want to make sockets and switches. 
  7. Marking electrical wiring on plastered walls is several times easier than on a brick or block, where you will erase a dozen pencils while you draw everything. And all the same, it is badly visible, especially to customers. 
  8. It is much easier to drive the wall chaser on a flat wall than on a brick. Also, due to the tight fit of the protective casing, there is much less dust.