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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-21-2016, 06:40 PM Thread Starter
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Property preservation slowing down

We are out of the great northwest area and we have noticed are work has been slowing down.Im sign up with 4 companies they are all saying the same anybody have a clue whats happening?
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With oil prices plunging and the stock market it won't be long until things pick up

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Amateurs are people that can't do their job even when they do feel like it.
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I'm busy as all get-out here, but my clients are mainly realtors and investors. From the P&P guys around here, it is mostly snow removals right now. They should start seeing frozen property/wint rescues soon though.

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We are out of the great northwest area and we have noticed are work has been slowing down.Im sign up with 4 companies they are all saying the same anybody have a clue whats happening?
Isn't this because of winter? As grass cut season arrives wouldn't work volume go up again?
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Enjoy the downtime or make an effort to reorganize and reinvent your business.
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we are in the Buffalo.ny area and we have been steady actually, snow removals has kept us going mainly and the occasional trashout and board up. looking to add realtors to my client list though.
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