I once calculated the cost of prorated vehicle, insurance, marketing and labor. It came to something around $200 per call. That doesn't mean I don't do $150 calls or less, but I try not to make a daily habit of it.I think were about to drop our $150 service calls. Unless your using it as a loss leader, I'm not seeing a way of making money on them. Thinking about going 2 or 3hr min only. Any thoughts on this?
these guys site health and safety liability, especially with burnt connections and devices.Unless there's an immediate and definite life-safety issue, that seems like extortion.
Don't hate on the 'frunk, he's Canadian, you'll get used to his "enthusiasm"I thought Funkslammer is more annoying then cletis