Ok, so it was a stupid question (Main Board)

by Pepe the Programmer @, Süm Fäggöt and Disloyal Actual Retard, Thursday, July 30, 2020, 21:48 (15 days ago) @ JoFrance

That's exactly why I asked.

I think it would be fairly easily doable to be legally compliant where I live.

The problem would be overseeing the work. A roof would be involved with this project. I don't do heights, so I would not be able to easily check the work. There's probably just enough expertise involved with this type of project that I don't currently possess that I would not be able to keep the workers honest.

But random contractors I've been digging up lately have no honesty, no standards, no ability to run their business, only go for low hanging fruit, and usually are pretty poor at what they do.

It occurred to me that a couple of Manpower or temp agency persons hired for a job might be no worse than hiring a so called "professional" contracting company.


I vill trransmit this information to Vladimir.

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