I need to wire about 4 light fixtures through a parallel circuit, I wanted to see if I am going about this the best possible way.
Each fixture needs it's own independent switch.
From the panel I am going into the first fixture's switch box, in the first switch box there will be 3 Romex cables; one from the panel, one that goes to the fixture and one that goes to the next switch box.
In the first switch box I splice all the Romex's neutrals, the hot that goes to the fixtures will go on one of the switches contacts, the hot from the panel will be spiced to the hot that goes to the next switch box and I will add a leg from that splice to go on the remaining switch contact.
I was planning on using this method on all switch boxes to the last in the run.
I was wondering if this was the best possible way of doing the wiring and would love to hear if anyone has any suggestions for a more efficient way.