Cut the wire molding to the size you need, using the hacksaw.
Pull apart the wire molding. Using your hands, pull off the top cover, known as the molding, separating it from the bottom part known as the raceway.
Install the raceway. Place the raceway in the same path that the wire conduit will go in. Secure the raceway to the wall by screwing it in with the drill and the screws, starting from the corner and putting a screw every 12 inches.
Install the conduit inside the raceway. If you choose to not use the conduit and just install the electrical wires in the raceway, make sure you buy the smallest wire molding possible for the gauge of the wires.
Pop in the molding into the raceway. Starting from the corner, push in the molding and it will snap into place on the raceway. Your conduit and wiring is now covered and secured. You can choose to paint the wire molding the same color as the wall in order to conceal it better.
Things You Will Need
- Wire molding
- Inform the salesman of the size of the conduit when buying the wire molding. The bigger the conduit, the bigger the wire molding will be.