It takes me about 7-8 days to trim out a 3400 sqft house. This includes ac hook up and kitchen with ucabs.. How long do you guys take without stabbing devices? What are some tips to be more efficient?
Yeah it's very true. I remember starting out kinda finding my way you know and I would go through and do all the make up then all the installing then all the trimming and I found it took longer. To many times in one spot. If you got a bucket or a cart with all your stuff on it and hit it your much more productive.egggzactly the way all the efficiency engineers address production Chris
Less moves , movement, etc
100 receptacles , 60 rec lts, 3 pendants over island, four coach lts , 2 flood lights, 6 ucabs, one big foyer light, 2 led strip lights in garage, 6 keyless in unfinished basement, 3 bathrooms 6 vanity lights, 6 exterior receptacle with in use covers...oh and I had to remove 7 plastic round boxes and put in rec lts ... Oooh and 8 smoke detectors....Chrisibew440 said:7-8 days seems like a little long but how many receps,lights and switches are you talking? I'd recommend doing everything at once with the receps and switches as far as making up, pig tailing and installing all as your sitting or standing their.
You always that ugly after a nap 99....? :jester: ~CS~I was on a job yesterday that was a cluster #### and THREE trades were using Milwaukee tools. I lost my impact driver and it took twenty minutes to find it. Some clown took out it outside. I yelled at people for ten minutes so that was half an hour wasted.
Tip number 4: Identify your tools.
It takes me about 7-8 days to trim out a 3400 sqft house.
6 should be #21. Get on a rolling stool and put in ALL receptacles.
6. Put covers on
Like I said, no particular order, but I always put on covers last. Most of the time, we put in devices weeks before the final coat of paint is on the walls. Plus if you had made a...gasp...mistake, it's one less thing to take off to correct the error of your, not ever mine, helpers mistake.220/221 said:6 should be #2