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    Default Incoming wires to house

    Looking at the picture, does this look right? It appears these were spliced. Found on a 60 year old house.

    Jim Murphy

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    Default Re: Incoming wires to house

    If this was an issue, it would be with the utility. Unfortunately this is SOP for many of them.


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    Default Re: Incoming wires to house

    That kind of looks like an attempt to steal power unless thats a vine growing up to that conductor.
    I'm with Bill on this one. Utility issue.


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    Default Re: Incoming wires to house

    In my area the service conductors from the pole to the mast head, though the property of the utility company, must be maintained by the homeowner.


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    Default Re: Incoming wires to house

    I would have to say that splices in the bottom of the drip loop are definately an are of concern.


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