I need to make a run from my detached garage to my house. The run exits the garage by way of an LB, runs underground for 25ft in 1 1/4" Schedule 40, then enters the house through another LB.
From there, the panel is another, 40-50ft? It needs to jog up a wall, run parallel along a joist, then it needs to jog back down into the basement. I'll need to drill through several basement joists that are perpendicular to get to to the main.
Originally I had planned to run 6-3 copper wire, but based on my previous post... https://diy.stackexchange.com/users/login?ssrc=head&returnurl=https%3a%2f%2fdiy.stackexchange.com%2f%3ftags%3delectrical
It's clear that running individual wires in the conduit will make more sense and perhaps using aluminum as well - I am fine with either/or.
Should I plan to run the individual conductors all the way from the sub-panel to the main without stopping? If so, what wire types could I use for that?
If I don't use individual wires the entire way, what should I do? e.g. Terminate at both ends of the conduit in a junction box and switch to a different type of wire? But junction boxes can't be buried in a ceiling or wall - so that doesn't sound right either...
I'm honestly fine with running individual wires the entire length if that makes the most sense - it just raised my "spidey sense" that there might be a better way to do accomplish this...