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Old 05-01-2017, 06:31 PM   #21
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15k Wow i'm way off the mark. Was gonna say $2,000 for the finish not including the panel swap. I'm in the Philly burbs i work solo nobody pays that kinda money round here lol $500 a day 4 days to complete.
Philly suburbs?

Must be buried in the Pinelands area for $500 a day!
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The OP is working as if he's licensed under the GC's 'shield' -- which doesn't exist.

A GC can't perform electrical work. He can't directly employ anyone to perform electrical work.

He must contract for such work... with a licensee.

If discovered, in my state, the GC would promptly lose his own license.

Which raises the question... does the GC actually have a license ?

Whose license is on the electrical permit ? It can't be the GC.

Is this job a flipper that's going down without permits ?

It's TOO BIG for side work.

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Ergo, apples/oranges.....~CS~
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Chicken... put down the bong.

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