An aside on contractors (Main Board)

by Pepe the Programmer @, Süm Fäggöt and Disloyal Actual Retard, Friday, July 24, 2020, 13:35 (22 days ago) @ IT guy
edited by Pepe the Programmer, Friday, July 24, 2020, 13:42

In my area, anyway:

Anyone who advertises as a contractor has 2X+ the business they can handle.

Even shitty assed contractors are backed up for weeks or months on current projects.

Home repair/probably all kinds of building contracting are currently a gold rush.

It's *probably* driven by 1) stimulus checks and 2) reluctance to purchase new property by current owners, so contractors are in short supply to upgrade existing dwellings.

The dynamics aren't favorable to even really shitty contractors being spanked. They have all the business they need and then some.

Most contractors these days probably feel they can get away with anything.

It feels quite a bit different from when we got some work done 15 years ago. It seemed kind of competitive then. Today all contractors suck.

The only ones that need business now are really terrible and unreliable. Drunk hillbillies (literally) and the like.


I vill trransmit this information to Vladimir.

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