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08-03-2009, 06:04 PM #118
08-05-2009, 06:08 PM #119Professional Member
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- Oct 2005
- Indianapolis, IN
08-05-2009, 06:58 PM #120
08-11-2009, 10:00 AM #121
Wow, I`m glad Im not the only one that thinks Bwalley is a complete idiot.
Zach, ignore is the only way to go, the guy is like a broken record, same garbage out of his mouth over and over. Arguing with him will just make you wanna put a gun in your mouth.Sorry - yesterday was the deadline for all complaints.
08-11-2009, 10:05 AM #122
08-11-2009, 10:14 AM #123
08-11-2009, 12:47 PM #124
That's a nice lookin rig man. If you don't mind me asking, is it making a large enough difference when you drag it to a sales call to make it worthwhile? How do customers receive it when you ask them outside to check out your product line?
I've been contemplating something similar to this to try and give us a little boost. Thanks in advance.
To the others here. Don't sweat bwalley. Do a little googling and you'll find that he's a user of a number of internet forums. Some of his posts in those forums are parallel to his posts here, so it's obvious his issues go deeper than just a gripe over a guy wearing sneakers on a job site. He's what's known as a self-absorbed narcissist, and I believe that, while he may be a good person with good intentions, he cannot control his illness, and it drive's his need to berate others.
While I do have a soft spot for anyone with a mental illness, I don't want to read his diatribe either, so the ignore function works nicely.
08-11-2009, 04:49 PM #125Professional Member
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- Jul 2009
- Plant City, Florida
I post my name and my license numbers, and I do not hide behind a screen name like you nad he does, I am also from a state that has strict requirements for licensing, unlike Illinois.
BTW I was not the 1st guy to point out the OSHA Violation of wearing tennis shoes on a commercial job, pahra didn't even realize he was on a commercial job, that shows you how on top of things he is.
There are some that have high standards, and there are those that have the "it is good enough" attitude, I do things right, or I don't do them at all.
On the tennis shoes issue, I threw some roofers off of my job today for not having boots on.
BTW What line of work are you in?
08-11-2009, 07:20 PM #126
I think the biggest advantage is marketing, it really gets folks talking, during a presentation you should see peoples faces driving by.. their like WTH!?!?
Driving down the street with a stainless billboard like that,especially when the sun is reflecting off it, I think folks remember our name, unless they get into an accident from the glare
I`m having the back of our trucks done up to market the trailer but unfortunately (or fortunately) I`ve been so busy I haven`t had a chance to market it as mush as I`d like.
One nice thing is it makes my presentations shorter, I could try to explain all day how quiet a variable speed furnace is but going on the trailer, turning on a single stage furnace, then running a variable speed .. it`s just priceless. Demonstrating T sats , humidifiers, air cleaners.. so much easier when folks see and understand the differences. Makes selling higher end equipment a breeze.
I think when people see exactly what they are getting it makes a big difference.
Haven`t seen any more sales than usual but I`ve raised my prices a bit.
I say it sure doesn`t hurt.Sorry - yesterday was the deadline for all complaints.
08-11-2009, 07:26 PM #127You sure are cocky for a starving pilgrim.
08-11-2009, 07:53 PM #128
This guys is starting to amuse me.. is it bad to laugh at the mentally ill?
I got a newsflash for you Valley Walley just cause you got some piece of paper from some Gov. agency doesn`t make you the superman of HVAC..
Im a hack I admit it, without a a license all of us in Illinois are according to you.. ALL hacks because without the GOV. I just don`t know what to do on my own, I need nObama to tell me what to do every step of the way
heres some of my other hack work ( I have yet to see even one of your installs btw,) I`m betting you have nothing to show right now. probably waiting to do that one a/c that takes you all day just so you make no mistakes and you can take pics of it lol
well heres more of my non licensed hackery:
Look at those hacked up holes we make.. just horrible, if only I had the gov. to give me a license, I could be so much better lol
Sorry - yesterday was the deadline for all complaints.
08-11-2009, 08:07 PM #129Professional Member*
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- North GA
I realize I am probably pouring gasoline on the fire, but I would like to see some pictures of Bwalley's work... that is, work that Bwalley did with his own hands (not something one of his employees did).GA-HVAC-Tech
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08-11-2009, 08:35 PM #130
..Sorry - yesterday was the deadline for all complaints.