I want to install an electrical basebeard heater in my bedroom. House is 1923 Bungelow and even though I had a 220 panel put in I didnt have enough plugs installed and do not trust the originals.
I currently have a flood light/conduit running on the outside of the house (close to bedroom window).
Can I share this conduit to run a line for the baseboard heater?
I do believe code requires electric heat have its own circuits. which means you will have to pull a wire and install a new breaker. typically the load on each packaged baseboard heater is a 15 or 20 amp circuit all its own, which ought to be a clue.
sig: if this is a new economy, how come they still want my old-fashioned money?
Please call an electrician. Way to many mixed descriptions of what exactly is going on for anyone to reply properly. Safety is paramount.
"Why isn't everyday Earth Day ?"
Thank for the input I had already called a pro for the job
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