That's why you buy some telephone poles and have the sitework contractor set them, then screw your temp mounted on plywood to the pole with a couple ledger lock type screws. Slap a couple hangers on the seu riser, slam a screw on the weatherhead, amd bob's your uncle. Bonus points if your site work contractor already has poles. That's why I carry $750 for every temp service.
yeah, I get it for large commercial jobs but bucket trucks on a resi job are not found. you would have to rent it. This brings me to the point of the cost of a temp pole. Not to mention all the ones we already have made up on 4x4's
They say I shot a man named Gray and took his wife to Italy
She inherited a million bucks and when she died it came to me
I can't help it if I'm lucky
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