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Posts: 417

Location: Houston, Texas


Saturday, June 21st 2014, 9:30pm

I would tell the new irrigation Contractor

Keep it simple!
Be accountable for each week.
That means at the end of each week your labor, material costs, and fuel, and all the other costs need to be covered by your income. If that won't work because your job is too big, pays 30 days after completion, or you are asked to give a discount on this job for the promise of more jobs, DO NOT ACCEPT THE WORK.
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