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Old 05-07-2013, 06:54 PM   #1
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Old 05-07-2013, 06:57 PM   #2
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Carlon blue ceiling box after a fire.
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Was that patch job from the light being relocated?
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Why did you do that..?
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Was that patch job from the light being relocated?
It kind of looks like that might be the case.
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This is too funny ! Some Hack caused a fire and blames the Box !
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This is too funny ! Some Hack caused a fire and blames the Box !
Actually, a 6 year old kid lit a mattress on fire and burnt half the house down. Luckily all 9 kids got out safely. I was there last week to look at doing a complete rewire.
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Actually, a 6 year old kid lit a mattress on fire and burnt half the house down. Luckily all 9 kids got out safely. I was there last week to look at doing a complete rewire.
How do you generate that kind of work? Word of mouth,ins. vendor list,G.C.?
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Actually, a 6 year old kid lit a mattress on fire and burnt half the house down. Luckily all 9 kids got out safely. I was there last week to look at doing a complete rewire.
The house burnt half down and your going to rewire it??? How big a house was it!!!! By the looks of it it needs rewired with a dozer!!!
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Customer is a maintenance director for a large company that we do work for.
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The house burnt half down and your going to rewire it??? How big a house was it!!!! By the looks of it it needs rewired with a dozer!!!
That's probably what will end up happening.
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