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Got a customer who wants a ev charger fitted. Only issue he is on 3rd floor, fuse box at front of house.Wants cable taken out then along under window ledges before going down to his parking space below at the rear.
Planning have approved it so long as cable painted to match stone afterwards as its grade 1 listed.
He thought I was being too risk averse by saying i would require a tower or scaffold as the cable when clipped horizontally would be 29+feet up in air. The ground below is uneven cobbles and stones.slippery, with no even surfaces. Ladder would not be stable.
Dont fancy being up a ladder that high and have to handle 25m of 6mm 3core cable aswell.
What are peoples thoughts on working at height.. he says another electrician thought it was okay to just use a ladder!.
 
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