· ET rocks
Also, i bet i know where the "boyfriend" is gett'n juice for his Ryobi's.
they are not terrible, you should trade some rent for cleaning them up , three hours of workI lived for 2 years in a duplex townhouse. The landlord refused the tenants access to the breaker boxes, as they were "in her boyfriend's workshop".
I eventually found a way in and discovered why they were hidden:
I later discovered that some of the other tenant's circuits were wired into the panel I was paying for. Actually, the utility company told me, and said they'd been after the landlord for years but couldnt get her to comply.
I moved out and sued her.
No question that landlords are NOT my target customers. They always want everything cheap, cheap, cheap, and then they're slow to pay. Who the hell wants to work with that? :no: Like the guy who called me on a Sunday morning two weeks ago that needed me "right away" to fix something for a tenant at some property I had work at before and I'm still waiting for the check!!Dealing with a landlord is one of the worst experiences as is working for them. The things I have seen slum lords do...
One time I encountered the same thing. Tenants were paying for all the landlords pools, lights, laundry. Landord chewed me out and refused to fix it. Found some illegals installed a panel tapping off the service disconnect in a cold sequence configuration. POCO got a few pics:whistling2: