Linked by David Adams on Wed 23rd Jul 2008 16:57 UTC
In the News "The Japanese love those things!" That's what I've heard a lot of people say when I've talked to them about my latest obsession, the Coco 6035Re Bidet toilet seat. As part of OSNews' ongoing project, "Building The Wired Home," I wanted to try to see what the march of technological progress has brought to the bathroom, so we installed a bidet seat in OSNews' House of the Future. It turns out, I'm pretty impressed.
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RE[4]: Nice article
by David on Wed 23rd Jul 2008 20:03 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Nice article"
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It depends on whether you can find someone who will come work on an hourly "time and materials" basis and not try to charge you a high minimum or a big trip charge. My electrician charges $50-65 per hour. If you get a good electrician, they'll be able to fish the wires quite quickly, but it takes a lot of skill and special equipment, so it's really not a good DIY. Worth it to hire an expert.

The first house I owned only had one electrical outlet per room and that outlet was connected to the light switch. (Built in 1948) Luckily, it was built with a crawl space underneath, so I was able to run more outlets to each room when I bought the place.

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