ok very good idea with the pvc, that would also help with weather. very smart, i am going to try that out.
we are running electrical cords above the haunt, but with us our building inspector was going to make us take the whole thing down because he said were not technicallly alowed to have a structure in our backyard that is bigger that our actual house lol. so we have to take all the electrical out everynight. However i do have a question for you.
We have no roof on our haunt and we are working completely outdoors. How could we protect our lighting so that we dont have to bring all the lights and fog inside at the end of the night. it takes hours to put up and take down and really sucks after the long night. Also do you all run power from your house or generator. Right now were already at about 15,000 watts, 110 amps and we dont have any outdoor stuff set up. We were blowing the breaker everytime we turned a light on in the house and everytime one of the compressors turned on.
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