When finishing the walls with drywall, one must not forget about the existence of wiring and network communications that need to be connected to consumption points, which, in the future, will be fixed in drywall. Power wires must be hidden in a non-flammable sleeve. It can be a plastic corrugation, but not combustible, or a metal hose. Since the sharp corners of the frame made of metal profiles remain under the sheets, it does not hurt to hide all cables (telephone, Internet, etc.).P.).
First, you should think about where the points of consumption will be located and how many there will be. It is worth calculating the amount of future equipment, so that later you do not clutter up the sockets with tees or extension cords. After that, we determine the height of the sockets and switches, taking into account ease of use and safety. After that, on the wall, draw the location of the switches.
From the drawn points, draw a line along which the wire will go. For future convenience, it is worth pulling the wire according to the standard rule. From the socket (or switch), the wire goes vertically upwards, and the horizontal sections of the wiring must be at the level of the junction boxes. In the future, this will help not to get confused with a possible wiring repair (or adding a new source).
After that, we fix the wire on the wall. In no case, do not lay wiring in profiles! This is due to the fact that screws will be screwed into them, with which drywall sheets will be fixed. We also leave a supply of wire (about 150 mm), this will facilitate the installation of sockets after the installation of drywall sheets.
To install sockets (or switches), you will need special installation boxes designed specifically for this material (sockets). You should measure their outer diameter (approximately 65-70mm) and select a special drywall crown. With its help, round holes are cut, which can be corrected with sandpaper or a semicircular file. The socket box must fit snugly into the hole made.