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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Barrett Landscaping, Dec 26, 2011.
The hill side clean-up and install looks real good man.
thanks.... it was a long project since the client wanted to take it in steps.
Anytime man...and at least it turned out lookin good in the end.
yesterday was case and point why you have your gear insured..... went around the corner to finish up with the crew and 20 minutes later my stihl 250, 460, and ht 101 pole saw were missing.... insurance had my back though.
How much does it cost for you to insure everything every year? How do you provide proof for all of your equipment?
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it depends how you cover it. for me and probably most of us all the big ticket items ie. mowers, trucks, trailers.... are individualized and then the rest such as these saws and other smaller tools are covered under an umbrella that is non descript. the deductible you pay plays a role as well. i think for how i have it im only paying like 650 a year.
Sucks that it happened, but at least you got some new gear out of it.
yeah in the end it really wasnt too bad since my pole saw and ms250 were like 6-7 years old and i had really gotten the deprecitaion out of them
Yeah, this might have worked out to well for you.J/K
no it would work out better if i end up catching the bastards trying to sell my stuff that has the rental company that i bought them from's name engraved in them.