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Hey guys and gals just received word that some clients are starting winterization early don't know why but they are . my question is this when you get a work order to winterize a property and the property was done last year how do you handel it. I understand going through the steps of the pressure test checking hot water heater and so on what id like to know is how do you determine a full winterization on a property that's been done in the past and where does refresh the antifreeze come into play. How long does the antifreeze last do you charge a full price if all you do is pressure test and refresh the drains. plz explain
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Hey guys and gals just received word that some clients are starting winterization early don't know why but they are . my question is this when you get a work order to winterize a property and the property was done last year how do you handel it. I understand going through the steps of the pressure test checking hot water heater and so on what id like to know is how do you determine a full winterization on a property that's been done in the past and where does refresh the antifreeze come into play. How long does the antifreeze last do you charge a full price if all you do is pressure test and refresh the drains. plz explain
If I didn't do the original winterization, its a full wint or forget it. The liability is too large for some cubicle jockey to tell me to just refresh it. Remember the last one touch it, owns all the liability.



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