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I have been doing work for FAS for @ 2 months now. Lots of Winterizations, lawns, rekeys, and other normal stuff... I wanted to see if anyone had any suggestions of other companies that might be worth my while looking into?
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I have been doing work for FAS for @ 2 months now. Lots of Winterizations, lawns, rekeys, and other normal stuff... I wanted to see if anyone had any suggestions of other companies that might be worth my while looking into?
You should try out Safeguard properties, Cyprexx, AMS and SEAS.
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I appreciate the thoughts. I am already doing paperwork for AMS. Have to do some searching for the others. Thanks.
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I have been doing work for FAS for @ 2 months now. Lots of Winterizations, lawns, rekeys, and other normal stuff... I wanted to see if anyone had any suggestions of other companies that might be worth my while looking into?
Here's the thing man. This place is filled with guys that know what's up some of the companies will get a universal thumbs down and a few will get mixed reviews depending on who you ask.

It doesn't do us any good to tell a newbie anything anyway. FAS is about as bad as it can get so if you tolerate their nonsense it's all uphill for you.

Use the search feature do some research and get out of this business as soon as you can.
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You should try out Safeguard properties, Cyprexx, AMS and SEAS.
That's not being very nice to the Newbie here



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You should try out Safeguard properties, Cyprexx, AMS and SEAS.

You left out good choice property preservation
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I thought the title of this post was "Some Guidance".

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I wouldn't recommend Screwguard to my worst enemy.
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I wouldn't recommend Screwguard to my worst enemy.
He asked for companies worth looking into. Not work for. He is doing his due diligence in researching them.

Are these companies not worth looking into? Being that the regionals are subbing this crap out? These are the folks whose work he will likely get.
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