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Thread: what happend to the work
07-27-2005, 02:14 AM #14
going into the weekend...(my on call weekend)
100 calls holding...The dispatcher said "screw the A.C.s , save the Ice Cream ". 22 hours Friday , 5 hours sleep, 15 hours Saturday, 6 hours sleep ,14 hours Sunday .
Monday morning got home at 02:30 , took off my boots on the front porch and fell asleep there for a half hour , I woke myself up snoreing. How silly is this trade?
...I love Mondays after my on call weekends...the reenforcments are comin'.
07-27-2005, 09:08 AM #15
When I was a young man an old contractor told me,"Never complain about too much business."
Now I have been around long enough to know exactly what he meant by that statement.ESSAYONS
07-27-2005, 09:41 AM #16
Dead here.....Guy's going home At 2 PM.....Only Ones Busy Is The Give away.....Realy Low Ball......And New Construction.....$6##.00 Per Ton....Installed....SadRefrigeration...Finding the Wright Wrench to pound in the correct..Screw
07-27-2005, 06:14 PM #17
I'm getting my 40 per week and I LOVE IT!!! Just routine maintenance and some repairs, NO CHICAGO CALLS We don't go to the city and don't want to.R2B4BTU
07-28-2005, 06:12 PM #18Professional Member
- Join Date
- Feb 2004
- New Mexico
I once worked for a Chicago suburb contractor that sold retro a/c installs like crazy until the market was saturated then he had to change to other stuff. Things will always change. But about those high seer units. If you watch all utilties like gasoline and gas they are probably going to freek you out in the future. I feel any sales person that doesn't try to sell hi seer stuff is doing their customer a disservice. The trick is to sell value over price. It's not that hard. Look at what people want on their new cars. Not cheap but value.Tracers work both ways.