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For questions about the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70. Just about all US jurisdictions that have adopted an electrical code use the NEC, often with a handful of local or state level amendments.
For questions generally relating to outdoor ground-level flooring areas such as patios.
furniture making, repair, and refinishing
For questions relating to the neutral wire, or "grounded conductor" as it's sometimes called. The neutral, or "grounded conductor" in NEC, is the normal return path for electricity in a household AC …
for any time lights, fans, or devices are controlled from more than one wall switch location.
Questions about wires, usually seen in electrical applications. Questions with this tag are typically about sizing wires appropriately for the projected usage, but could also be about properties of or…
Smallish freestanding building, used primarily for storage.
For questions about [light] fixtures that are recessed into a building surface, usually a ceiling.
A smart switch includes electronic circuitry for remote control (beyond simple three-way switch wiring), smartphone or internet-based control, advanced timing capability or other features not found in…
For questions regarding a central heating system for the home. The system consists of a furnace or boiler and a method to distribute the heat throughout the home.
Questions about residential swimming pools
A kitchen appliance with burners (cook top, stove top, hob). This is distinct from a range which is a appliance with both a stove top and an oven.
The heat-pump is a type of central heating system that extracts heat from the outside, reversing the process used by a central air system.
Questions specific to DIY projects in the United Kingdom. Use with any relevant project tags (i.e. [electrical])
Power tools are any tool that uses electricity or compressed air to perform a given action. Use with the [tools] tag