I'm thinking about adding some electrical outlets to the front of my house as I'm tired of having to spool out 50 feet of extension cord from the garage, then reel it back in, just to run a weed whacker. Does anyone here have experience installing a new circuit for outlets? So far I'm thinking I'll get a GFI breaker to add to the existing breaker box, run the wire up to the attic in the garage, then put in an electrical box where the line will be split in the attic, then run wire up from the two target locations to the attic box (easier to spool than from the attic down). I plan on using 12/2 grounded romex and a 20 amp breaker. I have to get a tyvek suit and booties and a decent N-95 mask before I can do this because there is blown fiberglass insulation in the attic. Crawling around up there is going to be unpleasant. I figure that I'll cut little windows in the interior drywall to run the wires up and down to the attic and to drill through any studs, as the exterior walls are stucco. But I'm a bit apprehensive about it because I've never done drywall work before and I'll want to match the patch back to the wall texture (smack-down). I also need to see if I need inspections or permits before starting (I do live in city limits where such things are required.) Also will check with my insurance company to see if they have any concerns about a homeowner doing electrical work. Anyone done a similar project or a project that looks like a sub-task of what I want to do? Can you share any insights?