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  1. Goomer
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    There is only one answer, and that is a good porty, with good porty techs.

    Isn't this what portys are for?

    GFookY Chavez......

    I see nothing but opportunity.

    No other company wants to touch them and there is a big demand to find a company that will service them, and more are coming.

    At what price is hauling a porty "not worth it"?

    At what price will it be worth it?

    Your "worth it" price will drop as your Porty Radpid Response Team gets more efficient at turning them over.

    They will be easier than you think.

    Mostly new construction....people with money........upholstery gigs......light soiling for the most part.....sell the building management on the common areas................Cha-Ching all the way.

    All can be done with the right portable equipment and the right techs.

    No one else wants to touch them and they deserve nothing less than a good flush from HWE.

    Forget relying on only padding/VLM all these units.

    Only Taco would choose to only pad them.

    Don't be like Taco.
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  2. Hack Attack
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    Not a porty lover but I agree its porty territory, even an "average" porty is better than the "best" encap in residential..imo
    (and I'm 90% approved by Chavez :winky:)​
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  3. Cleanworks
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    For the larger companies, it's a good idea to have a small porty van like a transit connect. These particular places usually need a light weight porty that can go up and down stairs easily. More difficult for owner/ops. Even though I have 3 trucks and multiple portables, unless I schedule it ahead of time, I may arrive with the wrong truck and machine. I try to assess the situation over the phone but still get caught sometimes. Some times it means switching trucks and machines midday and then swapping back again for the last job of the day.
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  5. Cleanworks
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  6. Goomer
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    Having a dedicated vehicle with good porty equip and accessories would certainly make things a lot easier.

    Porty work is difficult as it is, and even harder when one has to scramble with unfamiliar, discombobulated equipment.

    Any serious porty operator will attest to how important it is to develop a methodical repertoire with your equipment.
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