Discuss Advertising for commercial work only? in the Commercial Electrical Advice area at ElectriciansForums.net

J

jibspark

Welcome to ElectriciansForums.net - The American Electrical Advice Forum
Head straight to the main forums to chat by click here:  American Electrical Advice Forum

Evening all!

I haven't posted for for a while, man this site has got a lot better and more informative!

Anyway, I'm still working for a JIB company doing industrial work and i still want to start working for myself.

I don't want to start faffing with part p etc if i can get away without it, so what I'm thinking is just doing commercial work, my main question is this: do you think i would get much work if i just advertised in the local rag for commercial work? (a couple of calls a week?)

Or should i just advertise normally and just turn down what i don't want?

Believe it or not the thought of doing domestic work is actually a bit daunting! I just don't know the way its normally done, industrial I'm fine with though.

One of the big problems is gonna be selling my MR2 and buying a van! :(

Oh that reminds me! Do you think something Astra van / combo size would do the trick to start out with?

Thank you all for any help / advice on this one!
 
B

Bane

  • Thread Starter Thread Starter
  • #2
I think your astra van is going to have a lot more room than your MR2.

Plus, MR2's are sh*t.

If you've done industrial you should be fine with domestic.

I think the 2 are opposites? In regards to:

1) Industrial work needs to be neat and tidy and leave your rubbish strewn about
2) Domestic work can be strewn about but leave the place neat and tidy

*Extract taken from, "The World According To Bane" available at all good bookshops now, £12.99*
 
J

jibspark

  • Thread Starter Thread Starter
  • #3
I think your astra van is going to have a lot more room than your MR2.

Plus, MR2's are sh*t.

If you've done industrial you should be fine with domestic.

I think the 2 are opposites? In regards to:

1) Industrial work needs to be neat and tidy and leave your rubbish strewn about
2) Domestic work can be strewn about but leave the place neat and tidy

*Extract taken from, "The World According To Bane" available at all good bookshops now, £12.99*
Cheers mate! :D
 
uHeat Banner - Forum Discount Available
This official sponsor may provide discounts for members

Reply to Advertising for commercial work only? in the Commercial Electrical Advice area at ElectriciansForums.net

Aico Carbon Monoxide Detectors
This official sponsor may provide discounts for members
Top Bottom