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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooked View Post
    81 degrees in Houston the other day. Got a little cold in late Nov and early Dec but we didnt really have a winter. We're still fairly busy with AC. I know a lot of guys that ran AC calls in Jan.
    I don't think we ever had a below freezing day all winter
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  2. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by rufus819 View Post
    was your company so hot and cold last summer? the first company I worked for last late spring/early summer it was really slow until late june when it finally started getting really hot for a few weeks then we were running around like crazy those 2-3 weeks. After that the rest of the summer I did commercial and rooftop installs for another company and we had steady work all summer in the city and in bergen and hudson county.
    Yeah last summer was weird...not the best but not the worst either. I've talked to a lot of the local distributors who seem to all be hoping for a hot hot april.

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