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Sheetrock wall now or wait for new install
(See photo) Have a wall I'd like to close up with sheetrock we have lying around, but I've hesitated thinking that with a new boiler installation in the next few years any needed electric wiring would be best done behind the sheetrock. (junction box is on the ceiling in front of the wall, so perhaps wiring behind would be unecessary, whether a wall or floor mount.) Do installers here do alot of wiring behind the wall through the studs for a neater job? From my memory it seems like it's only the main power line we're talking about; all the other circ, etc lines are usually done on the sheetrock itself in BX or conduit.