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We are thinking of taking a crew down to in January 05 , Some companys I heard dont like American crews.They said that American guys are lazy and un reliable. Thats a real shame they feel that way because 2 of my crews are American and they are not lazy and they are very reliable.
They said they only have problems with American crews.
Anyhow I would like to hear any input of what its like down there.

Is there alot of work still to be done?
How do homeowners feel about out of state contractors?
Where are they getting materials? I heard there is a major shortage?

Any advice or input would be appreciated.


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Didn't I reply to this before?
 

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Get down here

There is plenty of work to be done. Are you planning on getting a license and selling your self or just doing all sub work? I am in the port st lucie area and there is a ton of work to be done. Materials are a problem you have to warehouse your own or else you are not getting any for months. Let me know if you have any more specific questions.
 

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