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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by jlouki01, Aug 7, 2010.
..............................Tin can communications were one-wire, as I remember.
You are driving too far. I have accounts less than 20 miles away and I want to drop them.
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You are right, I was making a emergency repair comment. Next season, Russ and I will split up the service areas; no money is made to send a tech more than fifteen miles for a one hour service call.
Don't you add on a bit for drive time?
I just took on a new maintenance site today. No sh!t...sent my number 1 amigo stud 56.17 miles (one way).
The good news is the system at this shopping plaza was in tatters. I'm pretty confident that bill will around 3g's when I work it up tomorrow. Nothing but broken and leaking heads, line repairs...basic stuff....but a butt load of them. One man and he completed all the repairs today. On his way back right now.
Oh yeah...well system...Rid-O-Rust tied into the main BEFORE the RP ~ and I'm not kidding!!
3k for one tech, thats a fantastic day's work! Kudos to him!
No joke. 3k in a day he must be bad arse.
Id be giving him a porterhouse and a 1/2 ounce of reefer.
It's always great when you land a good size system that has been neglected.
I didn't mean to brag....just wanted to mention how far we will go for work.
Let's see what it came to.....
Sorry, I was spewing bologna....fell quite short of the brag. Won't jump the gun again.
2,205. No high ticket components. Just heads, fittings and pipe.
I am recouping the 2.85hr drive time though.
Looks like he only gets a 1/4 oz & Big Mac.
I'd drive 56.18 miles for $2205