OldNuc wrote:The nominal wiring for most homes is 14 gauge wiring and 15A circuit breakers. Refrigerators, washers, gas dryers, 120v A/C, etc are usually setup with dedicated 20/25A feeds with appropriate circuit breakers. You should use a GFCI breaker and 10 - 2 w/gnd wiring. This provides a 25A capacity with some margin and low line voltage drop. Use the 5-20 outlets. Using #10 wire will generally require only a single outlet to each box which is a good idea so the circuit does not end up overloaded.