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What does Cyprexx Pay for each wet/Dry Winterization?Thanks
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Where are you? In Florida if you are not a licensed plumbing contractor it is illegal for you to do them.
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Where are you? In Florida if you are not a licensed plumbing contractor it is illegal for you to do them.
that would definitely solve that issue.....

Now on the flip side if you are in Florida and Cyprexx is requiring you to do wints...definitely contact me with documentation....

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Gypsos it doesn't appear that way from the website for the Florida licensing board ... can you share a link or documentation as to why you think it's illegal to perform a wint in Florida without a licensed plumber?

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Ontime! Hello I am new to the site. According to my County Building Dept., what makes its illegal is the fact that anytime you perform as act that requires connection and re-connection to a potable water source you must be a licensed plumber. Of course my county has even strict rules. It also requires you to be licensed to do lawn irrigation, even repairs like a sprinkler head.
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Where are you? In Florida if you are not a licensed plumbing contractor it is illegal for you to do them.
Hi Gypsos,We are located in NY.Thanks
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not enough.....
I guess it was a stupid question to ask in the first place.These Nationals are lol,Thanks
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Yeah that's the same link I viewed before posting, still don't see where it says you can not perform a winterization. We are not disconnecting or connecting lines to potable water. I have never disconnected a water meter, it simply gets zip tied in the off position or for most of our properties is already in the off position and locked by the utility provider.
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