I live in an apartment over top of a cafe.
2 story, flat roof. I am getting ready to get some kind of dish set up here.
But it is a rental, and as such I asked about putting a small dish up and they said no
Now a couple of months later I am talking to a guy who does BUD here.
I tell him where I am and so on, blah blah blah. Shooting the breeze more or less.
Well I decide that being it is a flat roof,and this guy knows what he is doing, and how
to deal with the Allentown Association ( I am in a historical area )
He will provide a letter of guaranty regarding the installation, that it will not damage
anything, blah blah blah.
I have renters insurance, so why not?
I figure I have nothing to lose by going back to my landlord and asking if I can do
this instead? To my surprise, the answer is yes
So I tell the landlord if I do this i will want to sign a long term lease. He says no
But I add, I want new carpet, and a new fridge in exchange for a long term lease.
Again he says ok
I am very lucky in that I am in a corner unit above a cafe with only one neighbor to
worry about. And they are young and don't care about my system.
I have never had a complaint in 6 months, despite having a kick ass system including
an SVS sub.
So i think i have found a perfect spot as far listening to music and movies go.
Sometimes very loud, no complaints.
Reason enough to want to sign a long term lease right?
And now I am allowed to put a BUD up.
My questions now are how long to sign for? 2,3,5, or however many years I would
like according to the landlord.
It's very odd in that, if he were at my place listening to music or movies, he would be
telling me to turn it down. :lol:
But because of location location location I can get away with it.
So now I have to start doing my BUD homework. But I gotta believe it makes sense, since I am allowed to, and I have a 64" Pioneer widesreen.
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