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<p>If your garage doesn’t have enough outlets and you’re sick of squinting to see what you’re working on, then here’s the solution. Using PVC conduit and metal surface-mount electrical boxes, we’ll show you how to connect additional outlets to an existing garage outlet and how to add bright, energy-efficient fluorescent lights to an existing ceiling box without cutting into your walls or fishing wires. </p>

How to Wire a Finished Garage

Using PVC conduit and metal surface-mount electrical boxes to connect additional outlets to an existing garage outlet and how to add lights to an existing ceiling box without cutting into your walls or fishing wires.

MAD IN CRAFTS: PVC Conduit Curtain Rods and DIY Rod Hardware

PVC Pipe Curtain Rods and DIY Rod Hardware. I already have PVC rods but i like these brackets a lot more than the ones I have.

installing pvc conduit - it's cheap, easy and lightweight

Installing PVC Conduit

1.5 in. x 50 ft. Ultratite Liquidtight Flexible Non-Metallic PVC Conduit

1.5 in. x 50 ft. Ultratite Liquidtight Flexible Non-Metallic PVC Conduit

1.25 in. x 100 ft. Ultratite Liquidtight Flexible Non-Metallic PVC Conduit

1.25 in. x 100 ft. Ultratite Liquidtight Flexible Non-Metallic PVC Conduit

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You can save a ton of money by building your own curtain rods and brackets from materials found at the hardware store!

Install Electrical Boxes and PVC Conduit One Run a at Time - Installing PVC Conduit: http://www.familyhandyman.com/electrical/wiring/installing-pvc-conduit#6

Installing PVC Conduit

Stardome - Fast & Elegant Geodesic Dome

Star Dome - a Simple and Elegant Geodesic Dome

Conduit Dome - No Special Connectors Required

Keep PVC Conduit Elbow Totals to No More than 360° - Installing PVC Conduit: http://www.familyhandyman.com/electrical/wiring/installing-pvc-conduit#10

Installing PVC Conduit

14 foot chicken hex dome, welded bolt hubs, pvc conduit struts.  https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=en#!topic/geodesichelp/i1mSPtbTu60

14 foot chicken hex dome, welded bolt hubs, pvc conduit struts. https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=en#!topic/geodesichelp/i1mSPtbTu60

Schedule 40 PVC conduit is cheaper and has a larger inside diameter, so it's easier to pull wires through it. The plastic on Schedule 80 is thicker, but the conduit has the same outside diameter as 40, so the inside diameter is smaller. Always install Schedule 80 conduit in high-traffic areas or any other areas where it could get damaged, like behind a woodpile. The fittings (such as adapters and turns) are the same for Schedule 40 and 80.

Installing PVC Conduit

Use Schedule 80 conduit when you need heavy duty strength; installing Schedule 40 conduit is fine everywhere else.

This is a 8'x20' modular pontoon boat I designed, made from 12" PVC watermain pipe. The PVC pontoons are filled with spray foam (optional)for extra buoyancy. The deck is five 4'x8' sections made from treated 2x6 lumber. The decks are fastened by ready rod that can be bent into U-bolts fairly easily. The ready rod is then insulated with PVC conduit to prevent chafing of the pontoons. The deck sections are bolted to each other using 3 Stainless steel bolts per section to keep it from flexing…

This is a modular pontoon boat I designed, made from PVC watermain pipe. The PVC pontoons are filled with spray foam (optional)for extra buoyancy. The deck is five sections made from treated lumber .

Industrial curtain rod DIY from PVC, conduit fittings and spray paint -  from Our Vintage Home Love

These are the curtin rods that I have been looking for! Industrial curtain rod DIY from PVC, conduit fittings and spray paint - from Our Vintage Home Love

PVC Conduit Doesn't Need Primer - Installing PVC Conduit: http://www.familyhandyman.com/electrical/wiring/installing-pvc-conduit#5

Installing PVC Conduit

PVC Conduit Doesn't Need Primer - Installing PVC Conduit: http://www.familyhandyman.com/electrical/wiring/installing-pvc-conduit#5