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  1. Dec 17, 2016 #1

    a_c_16

    a_c_16

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    I'm a 4th year plumber in Calgary. Recently laid off due do the downturn unfortunately. I do commercial new construction.
     
  2. Dec 17, 2016 #2

    havasu

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    Welcome to the forum!
     
  3. Dec 17, 2016 #3

    Mr_David

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    Sorry to here that. new construction is good work when the someone is building stuff. Actually Any work is good work. I have seen a few guys try service and repair after doing new work. They don't handle the nasty broken dirty stuff to well. Fixing dirty broken stuff is a whole different ball game.
    Transition to new work from repair work is a bit easier.

    Even repair work can have it's slow periods, but the jobs are smaller so your quality of work and good referrals can keep the work flowing or
     

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