Who could turn that down then?Originally posted by James 3528
Some of you are reading too much into this. Like he said it is not residential. True it is a pile of $hit, but resorts and motels can do things like this and get away with it. It is probably temporary and was put there as a emergency because of booking the conference room, then making a better fix later..
That place is 40 miles from me and if you lose your air, you do what ever you have to to get it back up and sometimes that is with a carppenter/electrician/painter/hvacguy/plumber that makes $8.50 a hour. Based on that hypothesis, they did perdy good and got what they paid for and probably did not get sued by a group of old retired AARP people from New Jersey that rented the area.
I got a call from Ramada one time to do the plywood thing for their laundry room. The big chiller was down and people refused to come to work. Paid me for 2 5 ton package units that they used for 3 months and then told me to remove them and I could have them for doing it. Cha Ching $$
A. You know it is not your normal work and you can and do better work on a consistant basis.
B. It is temp and every one knows it. I would hang a sign on it saying something about it is a part of an emergencey responce package that your company can offer.
C. Hell you got the untis back and can resale them again. That place may call you again and you would have sold the same 2 units 2 times each to the same place and made your normal profit each time.