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    I would like a bit of advice / some photos if possible. I want to run an electricity supply to one of my greenhouses, mainly to run a propagator, but also on very cold nights to run a electric heater too, then I can transfer some of my more delicate plants to this greenhouse rather than bringing them into the house over the winter. I know I need armoured cable and waterproof sockets, i would like some help on how to actually run it ‘into’ the greenhouse i.e drill through the slab floor (it is totally slabbed) or drill through the metal base (which I dont really think is a good idea), and how to attach the sockets to the greenhouse frame etc…The greenhouse I want to run electric to is approx 35m away from the house, so it will be quite a long run of cable, and i’m guessing pretty expensive too.

    Any help will be apprecited.

    I didn’t find the right solution from the Internet.

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    Thank you.


    Those are your art forms. so beautiful. Thank you for letting me see.


    yes, the cable definitely needs a long one. They installed a cable for me http://www.worktime.com

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