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Any insight on these guys?
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Any insight on these guys?
Unless they drastically improved their prices, don't waste your time. $40 wints last price sheet I saw. No thanks.

They are members here, lets see what they have to say........



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Unless they drastically improved their prices, don't waste your time. $40 wints last price sheet I saw. No thanks.

They are members here, lets see what they have to say........
not sure why they call it a wint! only have to show meter is off and power or gas is off to WH,put rv anti freeze in toilets and sinks,tubs,ect and hang signs!
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Oh joy another bottom feeder........
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We got set up with them and orderd all the locks they needed that we did not have on the shelf in the six months we was with them one work order. when we asked where was all the work they said they had the work but most if not all was 3 hours away one way. when it came back to renew contract never signed up. they payed on time but no work. Cant tell you anything realy good or bad but yes there pricing is like all the others , you will be eating bologna sandwiches instead of steak.
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Good morning,

I'm happy to answer any questions you folks may have about SEAS. We have been making strides to change the way things are not only done here within our company but also the way things are done within the industry as a whole. To help give you some insight on what we are all about and the things we have been facing over the last few months, here is an article from Aaron Aveiro that came out just this week: http://aladayllc.com/2014/03/29/chan...e-looking-for/

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We got set up with them and orderd all the locks they needed that we did not have on the shelf in the six months we was with them one work order. when we asked where was all the work they said they had the work but most if not all was 3 hours away one way. when it came back to renew contract never signed up. they payed on time but no work. Cant tell you anything realy good or bad but yes there pricing is like all the others , you will be eating bologna sandwiches instead of steak.
From the map I seen most states are cut into 2 zone areas and they require you to cover all of the zone you choose, they dont go by a mileage radius like some do but require a whole zone.. idk if it was that way when you signed up. So sorry if I was wrong on that at the time you signed up.
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When our company was trying to shake things up this past December, we initially only had Zone coverage which you are correct covered very large areas. The majority of the contractors who signed on at that time were unable to maintain such a large area so in an effort to respond to the feedback we were given we opened up County Coverage (Min. 3 counties) to allow for people to have a better chance at success in their partnership with our company.
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When our company was trying to shake things up this past December, we initially only had Zone coverage which you are correct covered very large areas. The majority of the contractors who signed on at that time were unable to maintain such a large area so in an effort to respond to the feedback we were given we opened up County Coverage (Min. 3 counties) to allow for people to have a better chance at success in their partnership with our company.
Finally a national that appears to have some common sense. Maybe all hope is not lost. 1/2 a state is for regionals 3 county areas are what 90% of botg can work majic with. IMHO
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For me three counties is still too much. We have so many foreclosures where I am I get enough work to keep between 8 and 10 people working six days a week from just one half of one county.

I have discussed joint ventures with other P&P companies in my area to be able to take on a larger area and have met with positive responses. I know I could put together a workable partnership but I would need more info before proceeding and every company simply wants you to sign up and start working immediately.

Now if I could get them to talk to me about coverage areas and volumes so I could perform a cost analysis and reach out to potential partners and put together a real business plan I could easily cover three counties with an eye towards adding more over time.

It can be done, but the real obstacle is the companies that want the work done. We used to do this in construction all the time so a group of smaller companies could take on a job that would normally be far beyond the scope of what any one of the companies involved could handle.
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