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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by Marshall's Yard Service, May 17, 2019 at 9:30 PM.
What do you think about using a customers equipment?
Why would anyone even think about it?
Who's responsible if it breaks?
You break it I'm sure they will make you buy it. But it really is similar to hiring a paint crew to paint your house and telling them, no, don't use your high quality brushes or paint rig that can spray a righteous coat of paint on my house... Instead use these cheap chip brushes that will leave strands of paintbrush bristles (hair) in my paint job etc. Just not a good idea
NO WAY! All they are looking for is a cheaper price, you are liable for any damages and you did not buy your own equipment and go into business for yourself to work for someone else that most likely want to pay a low hourly wage.
What, like sneaking a mower out of the shed and using it for all your lawns, then sneaking it back in at the end of the season?
Don't get me wrong. I am not advocating for it. Just wanted to see what the opinions on the matter are.
just get it in writing that if it breaks down while you are using it that you aren't held responsible.
I thought of that and was wondering if anyone else would have that idea.
I was doing a mulch job with friends a few years back, and they had a hustler Z with a wagon on the back. We filled it up with mulch and I was backing it in to where the mulch went and the hitch snapped. They said it was fine but man did I feel bad about it.