If the power is off I would try to get power truned on first off.
Originally Posted by bolthead
It's always easier to deal with the authorities on a building that's up and running rather than one that been sitting vacant (no power ).
Little advice. Only give your friend a price based on the scope of work he is telling you about, give a specific scope of work in the contract and make sure everything else is extra.
All things are subject to interpretation, whichever interpretation prevails at a given time is a function of power and not truth...Nietzsche,,, Ain't it the truth.... Growler