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Unread 04-09-2014, 09:47 PM   #15
dhagin
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We work in condo's regularly, matter a fact, workin in one now. Find out what the rules are for work hours and days, then follow them. We will often close windows & doors when cutting a lot, might help with the noise a bit.

I've also worked for guys who built houses and used their inverters run off their trucks until the permanent power was run to the house - no temp poles for these guys. They would build the wall with the meter & panel first. It can be done, but those inverters were pretty spendy. Not something a DIYer or even a contractor would wanna do. The little generators have gotten better, quieter and cheaper over the years, so I'd be inclined to go that route if you really need to.
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