Hey everyone. I've decided that with me going off to college this fall and the lack of anyone to take care of my business, I'm going to close up shop. My dad doesn't have the time nor desire to run my maintenance division this fall as he will be working strictly with the install crew. We thought about hiring someone to run the route but insurance costs are too much and we're making a substantial amount of money in the install part of the business to even bother doing maintenance. After 7 years, I'm completely burned out. In the last 3 years I haven't grown nor lost accounts because I knew I'd be headed off to college eventually and didn't want to capitalize and buy more equipment to sell it soon after. Anyway, we have contracts for the accounts so everything can be liquidated. I've talked to a couple contractors about buying my accounts/equipment and I have on that sounds interested in the accounts and not so much in the equipment. I plan on selling the accounts for 1 month's revenue and selling equipment for fair market value, might keep a couple things. Does anyone have any other tips/ideas for me to ponder on this summer to get ready for the sale this fall? For what it's worth, I don't regret being in the business at all, just time to move on. I'll still be lurking on here for a while, I'll never be able to leave, I always enjoy passing on my knowledge. Thanks for the help guys! It's been a great trip!