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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by deere615, Aug 14, 2008.
Looking good brad...
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The white paint in the shop made a huge difference. Everything is looking great, awesome work!
As a firefighter, since you've blocked windows and changed the building layout please contact your local fire department and invite them to do a preplan of your structure. This not only allows us to better save your property but it is much more safer for the firefighters entering the structure.
hey bosetti, you service any yrc freight terminals?
Yes it is amazing what a good cleaning and paint job can do. I will get pictures up in a few weeks once all the paints finished it should look great.
Yes I do, Why do you guys service any?
yea, we did lawn care at one last season and looking to pick up another this year and hopefully both for plowing. I saw your email address in that request for estimates they sent out the other week.
Is yours shitty too? lol
haha thats too funny i was looking at the address but missed yours. Yeah big time but pay is good! I did their snow for i think four years there and their lawn last season. I know the terminal manager in Akron he used to be located here and moved up there 3 years ago, he is an awesome guy.
Long time reader, first time poster.
How many employees do you have in the summer vs. winter months?
Last summer I had 3 Full Time Guys and 1 part time in the spring. Fall I had 2 Full time. This winter I had one Full time and one part time.
Inside of shop is just about done. Still a bit more to do outside but here is some pictures from a week ago of the big wall we built. I dug out a hillside on the side of the shop and an old tiny wall and pretty much extended my lot by 15ft or so. Also gave the neighbor below my shop an additional 6ft of parking.
The block are 2'x2'x6' concrete weighing in at roughly 3200lbs a piece!