I need to run wires from a sub-panel in the garage that is attached to a stucco wall (garage used to be a carport). The wires need to go up into the attic and then distributed around to provide lights in the ceiling and outlets around the opposite stud wall. I assume the best thing to do is run the wires in EMT up the stucco wall and then inside the attic I don't want to be running EMT because of cost and flexibility. I'd really want to run NM in the attic and in the far stud wall. But I can't run NM in the EMT so what do I do, use THHN in the conduit and then make a junction box and switch to NM once I'm in the attic? What is the correct approach to doing this? Thanks, Andrew
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