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Join Date: Dec 2005
Location: South Central Indiana
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Thanks for all the suggestions guys. I was able to get the first layer screwed down and the first piece of the second layer down to see where I was at fit wise with the outlet. Rather than rewiring, moving outlets, or doing a power bridge type of solution I have opted for the simplest of solutions. I have decided just to notch the second layer of OSB to fit around the outlets. This should not be too difficult for the carpet guys to surmount and still allows access to both outlets and maintains the original height should I ever remove the riser. I don't have pics at the moment, but I'll snap a few tomorrow and show all you all what the plan is. It's funny though as big as the riser looked to me in the garage, the riser doesn't look as big in the theater. I thought it would look much bigger in the smaller space. However it looks much taller than it did in the garage as the ceiling is much lower.
Fun stuff. Now I get to go on the search for some riser carpet. Yea carpet shopping again!