A most unfortunate flooring failure! - Printable Version
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RE: A most unfortunate flooring failure! - Ernesto - 12-03-2012 06:42 PM
Pictures with verifyable background is also important and indisputible.
But commercial bizness is like the ole southwest where just about any cowboy GC is able to manipulate the subs any way he wants. Thats why I stay away from commercial.
Sure there mountains of cash to be made. But there's certainly more to be lost. Thats why I stick to residential. If they don't wanna pay for testing then I am off to the next job where they will pay. I even get jobs from contractors in Phoenix AZ to test. ALL of those are jobs gone bad though. To late. But I still make money doing them. Not as much as I could if the sensor got jacked by the white insertion tool though.
RE: A most unfortunate flooring failure! - eaadams - 12-03-2012 06:46 PM
Say what?! All the residential people I know have better constant income. Commercial is boom & bust & it can hurt in times like this.
RE: A most unfortunate flooring failure! - Ernesto - 12-03-2012 07:18 PM
(12-03-2012 06:46 PM)eaadams Wrote:
Out of context quote there buddy.