|To continue to electrify the house, you need
to take more tape wire and start at one side of the second floor
and go through all the second floor room (going through doorways)
and ending up outside the house, above the junction splice.
Run a strip of tape wire from next to your junction splice up
the wall crossing over the second floor tape.
Make connections at both ends of this strip of tape. Now test
the vertical strip and the far end of the second floor tape.If
the outside of your house is already finished, stop the tape
wire at the back edge of the room, and run the tape from the
first to the second floor by going through the stairway hole.
To complete the first floor, you may need to run two strips
of tape wire vertically, one on each side of the door and
a third strip crossing those two horizontally above the door.
If you would like to be able to install wall sconces on a
wall, run a strip of tape horizontally with the top of the
tape 5 1/2” above the floor. Connect this to the tape
you previously ran 1/12" above the floor.
Once the house is completed and working interior decorating
is next. After wallpapering is complete, but before baseboards,
outlets can be installed with a plug-it tool simular to the
connect-it, simply by using your test probe to locate tape
wire through the wallpaper and pushing the large eyelets and
plug tool into the tape wire. Then test.