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Old 11-27-2013, 12:35 PM
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If this is for a client, then I would expect that the client is paying for labor and materials. So why skip the raceway and do an unprofessional installation? Besides, the time & labor involved in making decent looking "pin striping" would probably cancel the savings from skipping the raceway.

And what happens when someone kicks the baseboard, runs a chair or hand dolly against it, etc.? Will you cover that damage under warranty and replace the cables at your expense?
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