Fuck off.... We have educated idiots with those certs that can't tie
their own shoes.. You must be one of them! The real cert is the guy that
goes for his masters license and builds a business that survives and
provides both employment and a service to the community.
As the owner of a company that has ALL service techs
NATE certified, and being NATE certified myself, I may
be a bit prejudiced.
I will, however, say that anyone who has passed the
NATE test has a proven record of technical competence.
When people ask questions over at your HVAC newsgroup you chase them over to
here. Then you slink to this NG with your idiot comments. If you don't
have anything useful to add, go back to hvac, try not to pollute this NG
with what goes on at your home base.
On 26 Sep 2006 14:57:38 -0700, email@example.com wrote:
You dont understand there mr worldly. You live in one area of the
planet. We all live in another. You dont think we all charge the same,
do you? The cost of living is not the same in every area of the
planet. It varies greatly. So does hvac installation. If you want more
prices, get more estimates.
I'm going on the assumption that anyone commenting on prices are in the
US. Now if they're in Canada, I could see how the prices seem low. I
did quote in dollars. But one guy said he's in Mississippi and his
cost would be at least 1000 more. I never thought of the city I live
in as having a low cost of living. As a matter of fact, I did some
quick checking and it's average or more than average. Labor here is
probably not cheap, relatively speaking (Michigan). I could be wrong.
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