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Old 09-03-2017, 12:44 AM   #1
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Out of the blue we were doing a lot of Residential Electrical upgrades.

Some services required us to bring out the GB Cylcone and bend up 1-1/4" - 2" Conduits, Cut and thread conduits etc... So it was a beast loading all these tools up into a Chevy Van....
How have you guys delt with these issues or how creative have you gotten?

Build a small project Tool/Materials Trailer that we could talk to customers properties, have all the tools, conduits, wire, fittings etc.... and while we were at it a microwave and fridge to keep our lunches cold and microwave to heat the stuff... Also, a form of Marketing, because of the stickers on the side of the Trailer and you look more put together and professional in front of customers. So I had an All Aluminum Enclosed Trailer built with a walk on roof etc. Added 2 spare tire wheel wells, the idea was that one would house the spare tire and the other was possibly lithium batteries and inverter that would be charged by some solar panels... On Board Mobile Wifi for a mobile office, possibly cameras, marine speakers for ambient music...Aluminum Shelving for materials on one wall blah blah blah When you're working on custom homes and multi Million dollar houses you can look like a chump out there... lol

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I'm selling 80% of my company and going from a for profit business to a hobby... Just down sizing, before my girlfriend starts dating the UPS guy... lol
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