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Maximizing Electrical Convenience: Discover the Top 6 Spots to Install Power Points in Your Home or Office

2023.06.01 10:19 agm_electrical-au Maximizing Electrical Convenience: Discover the Top 6 Spots to Install Power Points in Your Home or Office

Maximizing Electrical Convenience: Discover the Top 6 Spots to Install Power Points in Your Home or Office

Installing power points throughout the house when building or renovating is essential, both to make life safer and to save time and effort in terms of frustration. Extension leads or double adapters on single plugs may prove hazardous; installing them properly ensures no such hassles arise.
Locating PowerPoint shouldn't be hard if you take some time and consider all options carefully; here are six key locations where PowerPoint should be installed.

Electrical Power Points by AGM Electrical Supplies

Bathroom Power Points

Bathroom powerpoints must have enough capacity to support all necessary grooming tools such as straighteners, dryers, and razors - as well as be used frequently enough. Consider what appliances will be utilized within your bathroom space.
Clipsal powerpoints near a bathroom vanity can be useful, although slightly above the sink in case of leakage. For an uncluttered appearance, power outlets could be hidden within a cabinet instead. Use power point coves to reduce the risk of electrical shocks, especially in households with children or pets.

Power Points in Bedroom

Bedrooms can become power-hungry environments when filled with devices that require charging - iPads, Smartphones, laptops - plus bedside lamps, clocks, and televisions...the list goes on and on!
Installing multiple power points near the bed is the ideal place for charging, but if you prefer more discreet plugs, considers installing USB sockets directly into the wall instead. Don't forget power points for vacuum cleaning either - install at least one double socket in each corner of the room!

Sparkelec Double Power Point With Extra Switch 10 Amp - White - SGPO2X

Kitchen Improvement Project

For your own safety in the kitchen, more power points are always better. Think about all of the major appliances you use regularly before adding one or two extra points. Also keep in mind small appliances like a toaster, blender, and kettle that can all require separate power sources on a bench at once.
Island benches provide the ideal solution for adding additional Clipsal powerpoints for mixers or blenders when other power sources in the kitchen are being utilized. It is important to use power point covers that are specifically designed for the outlets in your region and meet relevant safety standards.

Power Points in Living Room

A living room should be used for relaxation and entertainment, which means a multiple power point is ideal. People will also use it to chill out; being able to charge devices for surfing the net or reading can come in handy here too. Lighting needs also need to be considered; installing a double power point will reduce space requirements considerably.
Clipsal Power points by AGM Electrical Supplies should be situated near or behind a couch for lamps and phone chargers; TV, DVD player, and game consoles can be located behind their cabinets/stands.

Clipsal Saturn Glass Range Double Power Point + Extra Switch 10amp - Pure White

Home Office

Addition of a spare room as an office is becoming increasingly common, but to make it sustainable you will require upgraded power points. Your computer, printer, Smartphone, and scanner all require electricity; one suggestion would be placing power points just above desk height so it is easy for plugging and unplugging portable devices.

Power points in Outdoor Settings

Avoid running an extension cord into your kitchen just to power fairy lights or an outdoor theater; be mindful of what Clipsal power points by AGM may be necessary for your entertainment area - even for just bug zapper use!

Clipsal Iconic Double Power Point 10A With USB Charger Horizontal - Vivid White 3025USB2-VW

Why to Choose AGM Electrical Supplies?

AGM Electrical Supplies offers an impressive selection of superior power points to meet all of your electrical needs, from traditional outlets to more advanced ones. Their power sources are designed with durability and safety in mind to deliver long-term use and reliable performance, coming in various styles, colors, and functionalities to suit decor needs and electrical requirements alike. Trust AGM Electrical Supplies for all of your PowerPoint needs today - experience their convenience and functionality every time!
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2023.06.01 08:40 badillustrations Want to add a lot more blown insulation to low attic, but considered about blocking soffits

I would like to add a lot more blown insulation to our very low-pitch attic. It's about 3' at the ridgeline, so there's not a lot of space to maneuver. I've installed baffle vents in another house when the ceiling wasn't installed, but it's very hard to get to the soffits from the attic because the roof is so low.
Should I just abandon the idea of installing baffle vents? Can I just rely on big gable vents or a gable vent with a solar-powered fan? Or can I just routinely blow compressed air through the soffits outside to keep them clear of blown insulation?
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2023.06.01 08:13 Anomalous-Canadian Bedroom gets too hot if the door is closed

I’ve never had this issue before. The central air / AC is brand new (1 year old), I also had this problem the year before replacement, I thought we just needed a new one. Looks like that wasn’t the issue, as it’s still a problem now this spring. We also installed a smart thermostat.
I just don’t know what to do. I need to keep my door closed at night, both for fire safety reasons and because I have intense sleep hygiene needs, I need it to be completely dark, which won’t happen if the door is open.
When I go to bed at 11pm, I close the door, by 2am I’m waking up sweating because it’s now 28 degrees in my bedroom. The minute I open my door and step out, it’s so much colder in the hallway, as we have it set for 23 degrees. And then the air kicks on when I open the door because the thermostat feels that big gust of warm air from my now open bedroom door. It’s 23 degrees in the rest of the house, and probably about that tempt outside the house by that hour also. Yet my bedroom is 28. I also had this problem all summer long last year, regardless of outside temps.
The room isn’t huge, but not smaller then previous houses where I didn’t have that issue.
We also had all of our vents internal and external all cleaned. So it’s not that we don’t get cold air through their bedroom vent, I can feel the cold air come out as it should.
Can anyone help me? I can’t sleep!!!
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2023.06.01 06:38 Thaneweb123 5 Easy Home Improvement Tips to Enhance Your Space and Boost Appeal


When it comes to transforming the look and feel of your home, you don't need to break the bank or audition for a home renovation show. By implementing some budget-friendly and DIY-worthy home improvement tips, you can instantly increase the appeal and value of your property. In this blog, we will share our top 5 tips that can help you achieve a remarkable home renovation without spending a fortune.

Why Invest in Home Improvement?

Home improvement goes beyond aesthetics; it is also about enhancing functionality and creating a space that works better for you. Whether you're considering a central air unit installation, door relocation, or upgrading your windows, investing in home improvement allows you to reinvest in your home and reap long-term benefits. As professionals dedicated to creating exceptional homes, it's essential to ensure that the improvements you make are both budget-friendly and add significant value.

1.Get Creative with Paint

Are you envious of the beautifully decorated homes with their captivating color palettes? Well, the secret to transforming the character of your home lies in a simple can of paint. Adding a fresh coat of paint can entirely revamp the ambiance and style of any room. You can explore modern color schemes online or personally visit the store to mix and match shades that resonate with your vision. The cost of paint is relatively low, with most gallons priced around $30. This is a stark contrast to the approximately $1,000 often spent on hiring professional painters.

2.Refresh Your Bathroom

The bathroom holds significant importance in any home, and it can be a deciding factor for potential buyers. To enhance the appeal of your bathroom without undertaking a costly complete overhaul, consider refreshing a few key elements. Start by applying a new layer of grout and caulk around the bathtub, tiles, and sink for a clean and polished look. Additionally, updating finishes such as sink spouts, handles, lighting, and mirrors can create a modern and inviting atmosphere.

3.Add Color to Your Outdoor Spaces

The exterior of your home is the first impression potential buyers will have, and it's crucial to make it count. Sprucing up your outdoor spaces with vibrant flowers and plants can add instant curb appeal. Landscaping is an excellent way to enhance the beauty of your home, and you don't have to spend a fortune. By taking on the task yourself, you can achieve a total transformation for under $100. Research flowers and plants that are native to your area and will attract bees and birds, creating a picturesque and eco-friendly environment.

4.Update and Enhance Your Finishes

Upgrading and adding finishes throughout your home is a fantastic way to breathe new life into your living spaces. Consider replacing cabinet and door handles, faucets, and light fixtures to achieve a fresh and modern aesthetic. Opt for contemporary options like bronze, rose gold, mod matte black, or sleek steel finishes. Don't forget about crown molding, which can add an elegant touch to any room. By acquiring materials from a home goods store and taking accurate measurements, you can make a significant difference in the overall appeal of your space.

5.Pay Attention to Filters

One of the most practical home improvement tips is to regularly check and replace your filters. Ensuring clean air and water for future homeowners is essential. Replace air filters every 90 days, or every 60 days if there are pets in the house. Cleaning out your vents is another crucial step to reduce allergies and minimize dust accumulation. Remember to keep track of when to change your water filters as well. To elevate your space further, consider updating filter covers. Vent covers are now available in a wide range of colors, patterns, and finishes, allowing you to add charm to this often overlooked aspect of your home.


By following these five easy home improvement tips, you can transform your space, enhance its appeal, and increase its value without breaking the bank. Whether you're repainting rooms, refreshing your bathroom, adding color to your outdoor areas, updating finishes, or paying attention to filters, these budget-friendly and DIY-worthy projects can have a significant impact on your home's overall look and feel. So, roll up your sleeves, unleash your creativity, and enjoy the satisfaction of creating a space that you and potential buyers will love.

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2023.06.01 06:13 Sorcerer888 Hot Apartment

I live in an apartment in a 2nd and 3rd floor unit. It has huge windows. My bedroom and office are on the 3rd floor. My main wall faces the west and has huge, 10 foot windows. It’s also a brick wall so in the evenings it just turns into a brick oven. This wall is the outside wall and it’s the wall to my bedroom, living room, and office. It’s hot. I put up light-blocking shades, and it’s still hot. It’s even hot in here at night. I have a few fans going at all times (not ceiling fans because evidently property companies don’t install them anymore). My electric bill is so high. The AC runs all the time and it’s not cool in here but the AC is working as far as I can tell. I think it’s just a weak AC. Also, I’m fairly conscious about my electric usage. I was looking into portable AC, but the windows don’t open…I’ll save my thoughts on that for that later. So I can’t vent the hot air or drain the condensate. What can I do? I’m home all the time for work and school purposes and it can’t be an oven in here all the time.
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2023.06.01 06:11 Sorcerer888 Large Windows Facing the Sun - I’m Hot

I live in an apartment in a 2nd and 3rd floor unit. It has huge windows. My bedroom and office are on the 3rd floor. My main wall faces the west and has huge, 10 foot windows. It’s also a brick wall so in the evenings it just turns into a brick oven. This wall is the outside wall and it’s the wall to my bedroom, living room, and office. It’s hot. I put up light-blocking shades, and it’s still hot. It’s even hot in here at night. I have a few fans going at all times (not ceiling fans because evidently property companies don’t install them anymore). My electric bill is so high. The AC runs all the time and it’s not cool in here but the AC is working as far as I can tell. I think it’s just a weak AC. Also, I’m fairly conscious about my electric usage. I was looking into portable AC, but the windows don’t open…I’ll save my thoughts on that for that later. So I can’t vent the hot air or drain the condensate. What can I do? I’m home all the time for work and school purposes and it can’t be an oven in here all the time.
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2023.06.01 05:42 Affectionate-Ad-1824 Cieling fan Qs, with a side of HVAC quagmire.

Quick fan talk: Lookin for fan recos or general musings on installing lightweight, ideally quiet and powerful fan over the stairs landing upstairs. As part of short term fix for HVAC issues.
8'x8' landing branching into rooms with doors. 8' cieling. non fan rated junction box center light wiring, with surrounding led potlights.
Context: Quite the pickle.
Low performing return air system upstairs.
Ductless framing wells used as return, closed off one side of return vents for upstairs, while widening a 1st floor walkthrough opening.
Three upstairs bedroom returns feed into the now closed transfer well to basement AC.
Master Bed return also not pulling air, but for unknown reason, as there looks to be a seperate return catch duct in basement under it, in wall behind pantry/laundry, where supply vent is also running in seperate stud well.
3 HVAC guys stumped on how to fix without opening walls and exploring. But none brought their snake cameras as requested, and seem overwhelmed by the bigger likely costly issue of the closed return.
Long term, lookin for any help thinking through this likely costly fix.
Closed side unlikely to fix without closing back up the walk through we opend up, and dont wanna but might gotta.
But....can i use the master bed return for whole upstairs?
  1. Whats best way to DIY troubleshoot why my master return isnt pulling air?
  2. If i solve that return, could i put a big return vent in stair landing, with an octopus like vent in attic, hooked to master return?
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2023.06.01 05:37 pfdesros333 House is not cooling

Hi all, this is my first summer with our Ecobee installed. When we turn the temperature in the house down low (like 68) the house is maintaining a temperature of 77. I feel air coming through the vents but it’s not seeming to work.
For reference, I have a Smart Thermostat premium with the power adapter. The ecobee itself is using the following wires: C, Pek+, RC and W1.
Any ideas or comments on why the AC doesn’t seem to be cooling the house would be great.
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2023.06.01 04:44 thinsoldier Was my old dryer's power cord installed incorrectly?

I'm waiting on a new dryer to be delivered, should be the same as the old dryer, and I'm watching videos about setting it up and I notice that the wire connections in the videos do not match what I see on the old dryer.
Was the power cord installed incorrectly on the old dryer? If so, what damage could that have caused, what danger might I have been in?
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2023.06.01 04:35 _ThinkerBelle_ MaxxAir Vent Bracket Suggestion?

MaxxAir Vent Bracket Suggestion?
I got this from my guy installing my vents. Can anyone recommend a bracket that would fit this bill?
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2023.06.01 03:16 jonofromjuno EA app ruining my day again

This is mostly a vent because I'm sure I'll figure out how to fix it in the next few days but suggestions are very much welcome.
I just tried to log into the EA app to update my game. I logged in just fine, into the only account I use for sims 4, the account im always logged into. Opened the sims 4 page and guess what? The game was installed through another account! You don't have access :) Try another account.
Obviously I'm not buying two sets of expansion packs just to have a backup account, so no I can't log into another account. It took like 3 days to install the first time, not about to do that again, and game repair isn't available when it won't even allow me access to my installed game. Literally worked fine earlier this week.
I've had a long and upsetting day, did not need a broken launcher to keep me out of the coping mechanism ive put hundreds of dollars into.
tldr ea app makes my life worse (:
edit: it took like 6 app restarts and 3 machine restarts but I got it working. This vent did help though.
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2023.06.01 03:05 Active-Plum2633 Drain Hose Extension Leaking

Drain Hose Extension Leaking
I recently purchased a home with no washer and dryer, and when I tried to install my own, I had to buy 10ft hoses and cords because of the location of the hookup. The only thing I did not think would be simple to replace was the drain hose. I bought an adapter and clamps, which proceeded to spew water, especially if not held upright. The folks at Lowes said it is impossible to do what I am trying to do with the drain hose. If anyone has an easy solution I can do myself, that would be greatly appreciated!
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2023.06.01 02:16 joshman458 Question with Appliance Installation and Haul Away

Hi all,
I have purchased a new washedryer and dishwasher from Costco. As part of the delivery, it will come with installation and haul away. I've reviewed a bunch of articles + forums and it is clear they will not uninstall the existing dishwasher (or other built-in appliances - that is on me); however, it is unclear what the terms are for washedryers and if they need to be uninstalled before arrival.
I just called support and they couldn't give me a clear answer but after checking with another team, it sounded a little more like it was possible. I'm still fairly indifferent, but it made me feel slightly better.
My washedryer are in a fairly narrow closet, so I'm not sure if this is considered "built-in" or not. I've read a bunch of horror stories about appliance deliveries, so I'm trying to plan in advance to not be surprised & left with uninstalled appliances in my living room.
With that, does anyone know if Costco will disconnect your existing washedryer (electric) as part of the installation/haul away service with the purchase of a new washedryer?
Any insight is greatly appreciated, thank you!
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2023.06.01 01:11 Dharma1018 Is the connection shown as ‘B’ ok?

Is the connection shown as ‘B’ ok?
I’m planning on putting a compact Asko washer & dryer in a closet, which is within a few inches of a bathroom sink as shown in the installation guide picture here. I’d plan on uninstalling if I ever sell my house, so it will never be inspected. I was going to run a proper 2” drain (w/ a trap & standpipe, 1/4” slope per foot etc) through the floor to meet up with the old washer & dryer drain line, but before I put a lot of work (& holes in the floor) into something that is somewhat temporary, I thought I’d best double check that what they are showing as option B in their install guide isn’t acceptable for a compact machine. Thanks in advance!
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2023.06.01 01:04 Retroid_BiPoCket Got 3 bingos today alone

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2023.06.01 00:56 WeddingPlanningUMS Is this legal?

Is this legal?
Are they actually allowed to say “you have to pay someone to clean the carpets and we need proof” or “if you fix the walls it’s vandalism”? We have dealt with so much ridiculous from them I’m very much over it and cannot wait to be out of this place.
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2023.06.01 00:55 RokleM_ Ecoflow Wave 2 vents

Has anyone found vents compatible with the Wave 2 hoses? It seems like they have the Ecoflow Wave 2 specific parts on both ends vs some sort of industry standard, so I'm trying to find vents to install in a DIY waterproof wood window box. For now, i just have it roughly taped into a wood hole just to test the unit.
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2023.05.31 23:49 bluehayven Cleaning schedule before baby

Hello all!
I am currently 16 weeks pregnant and have started thinking about some home / cleaning projects I can work on every other week or once a month until baby gets here. Is there anything you wish you would have focused on or deep cleaned prior to welcoming a little one?
Here is whats on my to do list so far: - organize cabinet under our sinks - clean washer and dryevent - organize linen closets - deep clean oven
Also for what it’s worth, I haven’t had any sickness this pregnancy and have energy just like beforehand so I’m optimistic I can get all these things done ◡̈
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2023.05.31 23:18 Fr0gFish Completed my first MDF kit. Added lights!

This is the “Slum Stacks” kit from TTCombat. Assembly was very simple, everything aligned perfectly.
Next I added some resin bits (a console, an air vent) and a lot of grating on floors and over windows. Also used my Dremel to damage the “containers” a bit, to create detail and make them slightly less “blocky”.
Paper and xps bits were covered in Mod podge. Then I sprayed a base coat of black, and over that a layer of reddish brown rust base.
Then I dry brushed the whole thing with cheap silver paint from a hobby store, using a large makeup brush.
After that I added latex concealer “paint” - which you can’t see because it dries clear. Then all base colors were added. I dry brushed highlights using off white.
After that came the fun part - rubbing off the latex to reveal rusty metal patches, and covering everything with a grimy brown ink.
Lastly I added a few details (the street lamp and the sign for the local brothel) and some cheap LEDs from Amazon. These came pre wired and were super easy to install.
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2023.05.31 22:59 sitefall Installing new ceiling register vent cover, holes don't line up with the original but can't drill through 1/2in. Metal or something back there? (image in post)
Not sure what I should do now. I put some new holes up for the new vent cover, but when I drilled I went through the drywall but hit something metal.
What do I do now? Is it a side flange on the box or what? My drill bit wouldn't go through it and I was afraid to put too much pressure.
Solved this but I'm going to leave the post up because I could not find anything else on the internet about it easily.
For anyone looking for this in the future, just use the #8x2in hex+phillips screws "called register vent screws" that come with the cover, they are self tapping, and there is a metal flange on both sides of the register box that provide backing to screw into. I just used a phillips bit on a drill and it went right in.
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2023.05.31 21:46 Significant-Mouse-61 Is this water damage or something else?

My condo is about 10 years old. I purchased it 6 years ago. When I moved in, I noticed what I thought was water damage on the ceiling.
Spot #1: (this spot has gotten worse recently)
Spot #2: (this spot has not changed)
I kept a close eye on it but it didn't seem to get any worse for years. Recently, it seems as though the damage has been getting worse in spot #1 (it has cracked and gotten longer) but I don't know what could be causing this. When I asked my building manager, he suggested that it may be from my dryer duct being blocked as other units have had water damage due to this. (He showed me pictures of the damage in other units but it looked totally different). When I got the cleaning around a year and a half ago, nothing came out of the vent. Everything seems to be functioning fine. I asked a vent cleaning specialist on what to do and based on what I answered they seem to think my vent is clear (but they did not come to see in person). There's also no discoloration around the area. I am hoping someone can give me advice on what to do.
Sidenote: it seems like I have shallow long indentations and hairline cracks across many areas on my ceiling. Not sure if that's relevant.
hairline cracks:
long indents:
Here's a link to all the pictures:
Thank you so much, any advice is appreciated
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2023.05.31 21:41 transat18 Verbal contract being broken

Edited to include additional info on the house.
US Colorado
At the end of 2020 my wife and I reached out to my Aunt and Uncle for financial help as we needed to move out of our current rental and into another as many things happened. My Aunt and Uncle then offered for us to move to their home from AZ to CO and rent from them. They offered this as they would be moving to South Africa for work over the next 5 to 10 years. Additionally they wanted to rent to us as they would need to complete over $50K in updates to make the house livable for a regular renter. (Flooring damaged due to water leak in the kitchen, carpeting torn and damaged throughout the house, electrical issues in all parts of the home, plumbing in the bathroom needing fixed as the only tub was “temporarily” bondoed to keep from leaking years before with a leak still happening into the garage, the garage having open walls and mice infestation into a bedroom and much of the house, and no additional updates, other than the flooring which had been ruined during a leak, since 1980s.)
The concern we had was that we needed a fenced yard for our dogs and we would need a AWD or 4WD vehicle as their house is on a mountain and with snow my FWD Jeep would not be enough. Especially since the drive into town is 30 minute’s minimum on a good day.
They assured us that they would fence in a yard and would either give us one if not both wranglers they had as they would not be taking them with. They had not confirmed weather they would just lease them to us or let us buy one in installments at the time but assured us we would be able to discuss and it would not be an issue.
After we moved there we had an overlap of almost 6 months before they left and they told us to take our time looking for work as they would not be asking for rent during the time in which they still remained in CO as they were both still working. My wife found work in a couple of months and was able to work from home. I on the other hand was unable to find work for much longer. Because of this we were told anything besides two specific areas of items we could have anything left and could sell anything we didn’t want or need as an income. Once I did get a job in 2022 I lost it in Dec of that year because I could not get to work due to snow.
The very first item I sold was some Magic cards that brought in $5550. I was able to keep $50 and the rest was requested back by my Uncle as they needed to pay to fix the septic.
Since then I didn’t sell anything until after they left as I believed they would request the money from the sales when having told me differently.
Fast forward to now. My Aunt has been offering up things to other people and when I told this specific person that they needed to pay for three large planter pots at $30 each I was informed by my Aunt that I have no right to do so and that she is allowed to tell people they can have items. My Aunt then told me I am no longer allowed to sell anything and that any items currently listed need to be deleted and I need to provide her with a list of things that have been sold already.
We still have 2.5 years on our lease. Do not have access to the basement storage as it is completely full other than two feet in front of the washer and dryer. So all of our extra belongings are taking up any room in the garage. Additionally we do not have access to half of an upstairs bedroom as it was left full of trash and things that my Aunt and Uncle did not want to take with them.
While I don’t intend to have this go through court if I do I want to make sure I am protected. Additionally due to the fact the vehicle was not provided would I be able to include any lost income as well? I’m already treated like I’m not family so at the point of when our lease ends I will not be doing anything to the family dynamic.
The vehicles they had they sold and did so without telling us anything or giving any kind of heads up. I have a financed vehicle so it’s not something I could “just get rid of”. Originally we were going to be taught manual in them and I had two lessons then whenever I tried to ask for one or my wife did it was ignored and pushed off.
Thank you. I don’t need any comments in regard to them being so “generous”. I’m asking for serious answers only. This is in regards to a verbal agreement. I’m providing the facts of the agreement, not anything additional which you would realize if I did that these people are less generous than they seem.
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