Leave Conduit Joints Unglued For Rough Inspection?
My garage subpanel project is moving along here. I have one silly question. I am building the conduit from main panel to garage subpanel around the conductors, rather than building the conduit and then pulling four #6 conductors through it. Can I leave some of the conduit joints unglued until the inspector comes to see the rough wiring, then glue those up as part of the ''button it up'' phase? I have this image of him telling me to change something - I have no idea what, being a novice at this - and then having to hacksaw apart the joints that I have glued up. I think I'm doing things right in that run - have checked that 1'' PVC is ok for four #6 conductors, counted the number of bends between pull points, will paint the conduit where it is exposed to sun, etc - but I'm not overly confident.