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  1. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by artdavila View Post
    Beautiful! Pete838, love the legalese! hope this isn't copyrighted.....
    Nope, go fer it. I don't get to turn wrenches nearly as much as I deal with contracts and proposals. Glad I could help.

  2. #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by pcp View Post
    Last company I worked for did these disconnect reconnects for a landscaping company. Never was an issue. Ended up doing quite a few. We also ran a lot of gaslines for outdoor fireplaces and bbq grills.
    I see a good few of these on commercial re-roofs. Here in FL when the CU is moved for a re-roof it goes back on a nice, shiny new aluminum stand that's been engineered, approved, and inspected. Height, bracing, everything prescribed by code. No more patio blocks, 4x4's, etc. A good sized strip mall or office building might have 50+ of these things to disconnect and reinstall on stands.

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    I always break the bill out to two invoices. Bill for pumpdown and disconnect. Then bill the other later.

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