Please tell us how you connected the lights. It sounds like they are all in series instead of parallel. If you remove one bulb does all the others...
I can't say if iti s a problem but I can tell you why it is like that. I happens when they pour the foundation. They fill the forms part way going ...
Reverse polarity is a problem. The black and white wires are connected to the wrong terminals on the receptacle or they are crossed further on in t...
You have a loose connection. If you have replaced every device on the circuit then it could be in the panel. If there are any lights on this circui...
Your electric meter could have been misread. Check your bill with the actual current reading on the meter. If it was misread then you will have a c...
Sounds like truss uplift may be your problem. http://www.buildingscienceconsulting.com/resources/walls/dywall_wood_truss_uplift.pdf
The fan has another wire for the light. It might not be blue. Sometimes they are black with white stripe or red.
You will need to consult your local building dept. but I believe for an addition that is attached to the house you will need a foundation that goes...
That "insulation" is in fact a drainage barrier to allow water drain down to the footer drain. It is designed to be wet. There is no mold issue here.
The one wire was for the unswitched plug and the other was the switched light. Cap the black and connect the new fixture to the white and red. If ...
Splice must be made in an accessile junction box. You can't bury itinside a wall. The extra 25' will be a problem. You could easily go 150' feet w...
I just read my last post and I omitted a key NOT . You are NOT permitted to leave a junction box of any type that is not readily accessible.
You are permitted to leave a junction box of any type that is not readily accessible. A screwed on cover or access port is acceptable. Cutting a ho...
I can't tell how large this shed actually is. I would just use plywood, glue and wood screws on both sides.