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I received an email from the person below yesterday. I have never heard of these folks. If I could get some feedback or even just a thumbs up or thumbs down to if they are ok to work with. I just want to be paid for the work I do.

"Brianna Heiland
Guardian Asset Management
2021 Hartel Street Levittown Pa 19057"

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I received an email from the person below yesterday. I have never heard of these folks. If I could get some feedback or even just a thumbs up or thumbs down to if they are ok to work with. I just want to be paid for the work I do.

"Brianna Heiland
Guardian Asset Management
2021 Hartel Street Levittown Pa 19057"

Thank you in advance!

They go to work for a national then sub it to you. Guardian is mostly the old guard from AMS. When the business model broke them at AMS they started Guardian. Same business model and eventually it will be the same result.
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I see, well I have no desire to work for subcontractors of a national but which companies are the actual Nationals. I think the following are: Spectrum, Assurant, Sentinel, MCS, MSI, A2Z, US Best, Five Brothers, Cyprexx and Safeguard. I don't know any others, shoot maybe I'm wrong about one of these.

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Another National

Singlesource Property in Pittsburgh is a good national as well.
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There is absolutely nothing good about single source.
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There is absolutely nothing good about single source.
I am in WVA and have had a totally different experience. The volume is low but the quality is high without many demands or issues compared to others.
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SingleSource is going from bad to worse as of 8/1/2018. This from them today - the link to their pricing did not work for me, but I'll make an educated guess that their prices aren't going up:


To our Preservation Partners,

SingleSource is updating its preservation service pricing in an effort to standardize pricing across all clients and for your benefit. By providing clear and consistent pricing you can hopefully complete more work services more quickly, with less cumbersome bids needed.

The pricing and turn time expectations are effective August 1, 2018.




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I am in WVA and have had a totally different experience. The volume is low but the quality is high without many demands or issues compared to others.

We must define things differently? What are you getting for a winterization? What are the pic and paperwork requirements?
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We must define things differently? What are you getting for a winterization? What are the pic and paperwork requirements?
Obviously no one pays what is needed for a winteriztion and I have openly complained about this and some of the other industry pricing issues.

We do not get much volume but every bid for debris they have asked for has eventually been approved and at $50 per. Also any bids for other services in which they have asked for have all been approved without any of the normal haggling like we get from others. And the few lawns that we maintain for them are all priced much higher than any one else.
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. . .every bid for debris they have asked for has eventually been approved and at $50 per. Also any bids for other services in which they have asked for have all been approved without any of the normal haggling like we get from others. And the few lawns that we maintain for them are all priced much higher than any one else.
How much of a discount percentage are they keeping out of their approvals?
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