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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by AI Inc, Apr 27, 2008.
Anyone here use pgh,s . If so what do you charge for them when replacing doing service?
I've tried, I really have but what is a pgh? Popup Gone Haywire?
PGH = PGP Hi-Pop rotor
I haven't used one in a couple years, but I think I was charging around $40-$50.
Im at $41.95 and was considering raising it.
Raise it. Nice round numbers.
I was trying to decide the other day what to charge for the pgh or I20=
We are currently at the following for parts.
I was thinking of pricing at 64.95 since it is a rare part for us to replace. Might seem pricey to some but not if you are stocking them and rarely need them.
Nice part about the odd ball heads is people cannot compare them to the orbit pgp knock off.
It's not that cut & dried, IMHO. I kept a file of all our install/service clients & knew what
type of head had failed & we usually stocked it. With call-ins, I had no idea what head
it was or how it was installed (no Marlex, etc.), so it was $80.00 to show up for a hour
+ cost of head. If it looked like we wanted them for clients, the crew fired the entire
system & gave them a field report of what else needed attention.