Discussion in 'Dumaguete City' started by redneck, Dec 11, 2013.
Nothing new, but here ya go!!
I live in Bacong and it's been going out 3 to 5 times a day. I'm one of the lucky ones. I hav e a big generator
Ours has been going off 2-3 times a day, 1-3 hours at a time. We have a good-sized generator, too, that we will fire up if necessary.
what do i need to apply for electric with noreco? documents money etc? thanks
You will need to go to a very boring seminar first and pay p700 for the privilege!
Only the owner can apply for service, I think. If you are the owner, you will probably need your title, etc...call them: 422-6522 or 225-4830 to find out what you need to do.
Not true. We lease our lot but have two services in our name. We had to show the lease. If there is already service there they may ask for permission from the last person whose name the service was in. Expect a lot of BS along the way to go along with the seminar.
noreco docs application,,,
im not owner,,in fact no one has spoken to the owner in years,,,all we have is a hospital receipt,,or bill i should say,,from her ate,,my gf is filipina,,im told we need to buy the wire to reach the meter on the main road,,and some kind of deposit is required/ i just want to be prepared before opening a can of worms and losing the installation....
I guess I am mistaken. We own our home and lot, but the bill has been "stuck" in the previous land owner's name and it has taken us 2 years to get the paperwork straight. But, I still stand by my suggestion of calling them and getting your info straight from the horses mouth what you will need
NORECO can be a real pain in the bottom, and often the horse's bottom, er, mouth will change it's mind between the time you leave and the time you arrive back with what it's bottom sent you after. In one case where we were helping someone else, they wanted a previous property owner to appear in their office, they refused to accept a deed of sale. The previous owner by then resided at an unknown address somewhere in the USA. It took myself becoming a major bottom to straighten the problem out.