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#22806 - 03/04/03 12:15 PM owner hiring?
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Registered: 08/18/02
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The owner of a track home wants to hire us to do structured cabling throughout his house. The thing is....the house is being built right now. I dont believe the owner has talked to the GC about this. I am not really sure where to start...

Has anyone been in this situation? Any problems with the GC, since the owner will be hiring us? Any thoughts?


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mike

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#22807 - 03/04/03 05:44 PM Re: owner hiring?
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My experience with tract builders is that they won't let you do anything in the house until after closing. I would make sure you have permission from the GC, and not just the future owners word that it's OK. If they say OK, then I'd do if I knew I would get paid in full the same day we roughed it in.

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