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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by Flow Control, Mar 28, 2007.
Our rule of thumb is we don't open our doors until April 15th
Hell, I had people calling last week wondering if we could fire up their systems! It hit 80 deg, but now they are calling for upper 20's this weekend and into next. Had one new install call and wonder if we were going to get started this week or next. Told them No...it is raining and too damn muddy to get a machine in most places. Probably start firing up commercial properties next week and just leave the controllers off. It's starting.
That should be my rule. I usually get too excited and scared that we'll be too busy so i try to get started earlier than I should.
We had 80 degree days here this week and so some want to be turned on this weekend. 10 day forcast is already calling for a few days of below freezing temp though.
I think our offical start day will be that Monday after Easter (the 9th I think)
Been working for 2 weeks now.....
A little over 2 weeks as well. Booked out all next week, and sporadically through April. And of course, the weather is changing tonight. Cold, rainy, snowy the next few days. I don't like turning them on so early, but they asked for it, and you know what.......... I like making money.
We had no winter in South Carolina....6 weeks out on installs...6-10 service calls a day...turned down 3 installs today....
6 Weeks out on installs that's excellent, especially since I thought you were more into service that installing. How many installs is 6 weeks worth? (not $$ but number of jobs)
I do only one install a week and the rest of the week I do service calls which is about 20-25 a week if doing an install. This week is service only and I have done 20 in 3 days and 11 more for Thursday and Friday plus 7 more for next week. Next week will be a $2500 repair job at a multi-tenant site plus service calls. Repair job is replace two 2" Rain Bird PEB valves, bore a 40ft drive(cut wires under drive), cut asphalt and repair leak under parking lot.
I will be doing service only from May until end of September.
In SC irrigation is all year for me....
Pretty nice london...post some pictures of your Ferrari service truck.
I think Eddie Griffin crashed that ride