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Multi-Max Shop Gauge By Peachtree Woodworking PW3276

Multi-Max Shop Gauge By Peachtree Woodworking PW3276
The new is two depth measuring systems, a chisel angle checker and drill point gage in one easy to use tool.

  • 5 Measuring gauges in one
  • Drill Point Gauge
  • Chisel Angle Gauge
  • Depth Gauge
  • Router Bit Gauge and a Height Gauge

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Question by A.: Paying for electricity in building not being rented?
We are renting a unit in a duplex. On the property is also a large garage that is used as a . We are not entitled to use of the garage/shop as it is ‘rented’ out to someone else. I recently found out that the gas/electric bill INCLUDES the gas and electric for the garage. Am I responsible for that even though we do not rent the garage on the property?

Just curious 🙂
Regarding metering- there are two meters, but it seems I am responsible for both…

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Answer by Rudy
Sounds like your are, Have you spoken with the landlord this.

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    • Bored.
    • May 24, 2013

    No you’re not. Discuss it with your landlord, or you could always contact your utility company about having the power shut off back there.
    Unless your rent includes utilities, that could be tough. Because you can’t get account info under another account holders name.
    Definetly look into all your options though, I’m sure there are more I didn’t mention as well. What’s happening to you is illegal. Your landlord needs to fix it quickly.

    • Cheryl G
    • May 24, 2013

    Under the current setup, you are responsible. It seems that there is no separate metering for the two areas.

    You should contact your landlord and ask that he disconnect your meter from the power source for the garage. In the meantime you are entitled to a reduction in the rent equal to the utility charges for the garage.

    You should submit the utility bills you’ve payed and ask for reimbursement. Keep copies of all your correspondence, just in case you have to pursue it further.

    • mtwaites
    • May 24, 2013

    You can question it, but chances are, is that if it is on your bill, it is probably on everyone’s bill. So you will probably have to pay it. If you’re not wanting to pay it, and all of the rest of the tenants are paying it too, then you might want to consider finding another place to live where you will not have to.

    • Wildcat
    • May 24, 2013

    NO! If they are on a separate meter then the other renter needs to pay that. Contact the utility company and inform them that you are not using that space. If they refuse to comply then send them a copy of your lease showing that you are only renting the one unit. You should only be charged for your unit.

    • Classy Granny
    • May 24, 2013

    I would do what bored said and have the utilities turned off to the garage. If you have no access you can’t be responsible for the utilities. Let the person that uses the garage get things turned back on in their own name

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