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On your outside jobs when it gets really really cold, du you adjust your prices to match your decrease in labor efficiency ?

Ex 200 amp upgrade in 75F in summer 12 man hours

Same except 20F 16 man hours
 

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No but I charge more if it's going to be a hot attic in the Summer or a lot of outside work during a cold period or a really disgusting house or too much stuff in the way. Crap like that.

Oh wait, this is a cletis thread...
 

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I just eat more beans..... that not only makes the air warmer, it moves me along a little faster.
 

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But seriously, temperature adjustment is something i've been doing for 15+ years. It's painfully obvious everything in the dead of winter goes slow as hell and I ain't going to take the hit to my profits. So, I have a chart based on temp's that I adjust into my flat rates. Mainly, just seeing if I was the only one doing this out there.
 
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