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    Question Where would you prefer to work on site or private jobs???


    And where do you think is better ?and why?
    I prefer on site because no one bothers you and you know what u have to do ,u see the boards and just taping and taping and again and again

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    Remember some site work can be for private customers as well, for instance, maybe property investors looking to develop one or two houses for themselves. These are my favourite jobs by a mile because you can have the place to yourself and work uninterrupted like you come to expect on a larger site, yet still make good prices.

    Answering your question, both have good and bad points. I get miles more production done on site, but less pay. On private work, less production but better rates.

    I accept some tradesmen are not good at socialising with their clients and hate being asked if they want a cup of tea 20 times a day, I honestly don't mind, but I don't like being watched over by the client or working around furniture/obstacles and other trades due to an injury I had a few years back.

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    private. 10 times less hassle. unless the place is fully occupied hate jobs like that.

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    Got to agree, private every time. Less hassle being the obvious bonus, and more money

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    Much prefer private, but not going to knock back site work either.

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    i rather private newbuilds myself to be fair......... hate these jobs where you have to move all the peoples sh**e....... they know your coming and to do the job and they dont seem to be able to shift their own sh**e...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottishlad2k10 View Post
    i rather private newbuilds myself to be fair......... hate these jobs where you have to move all the peoples sh**e....... they know your coming and to do the job and they dont seem to be able to shift their own sh**e...........
    What he said

    Residential you can get away with more of the safety crap too, but the commercial work, theres always someone watching so........

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2buck View Post
    What he said

    Residential you can get away with more of the safety crap too, but the commercial work, theres always someone watching so........
    indeed as i got busted by a top man.while smashing an internal block wall down with a 15lbs sledge hammer the other day + no goggles on lol

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