A retired electrician/HVAC gentleman looked at this and suggested going from one outlet with an insert, encased wiring along the wall, to a new outlet which would be put into the drywall.This would be on the 5ft span. He also suggested installing a new circuit for the other side of the stove. This is more than 6 ft from the sink, and he said it did not need a GFCI.
The new circuit makes sense, but we are suspicious of the rest. We understand that the exterior wall will be nuts to deal with, but we don't want a cheesy fix.
What are your thoughts on this? I have read many of the posts on this board and folks here seem to know things. We don't know enough to perform this work, but like to get confirmation.
Thank you for being here.