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  • #16
    People who take on commercial accounts should be fully licensed and insured. There is a lot of risk that you take when you deal with a business. I'd rather just stick with residential.

    I dump my loads for $10 where as commercial business pay $30. Plus who knows how much their insurance is, something that does not effect my cost.
    It takes at least two steps to be 3 steps ahead!

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    • #17
      People who take on commercial accounts should be fully licensed and insured. There is a lot of risk that you take when you deal with a business. I'd rather just stick with residential.

      I dump my loads for $10 where as commercial business pay $30. Plus who knows how much their insurance is, something that does not effect my cost.
      My insurance for 1 mil coverage will be about $750 a year. not bad.

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      • #18
        My insurance for 1 mil coverage will be about $750 a year. not bad.
        Yea, that isn't bad. What type of damage does insurance like this cover?
        It takes at least two steps to be 3 steps ahead!

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        • #19
          Yea, that isn't bad. What type of damage does insurance like this cover?
          Mostly maintenance, above the ground, related work. Not for jobs that would require significant digging.

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