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I sure as **** ain't going to do the work and leave them a note saying the place may blow up.


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I'm not responsible for anything I don't touch. If they don't grant me authorization to make everything I touch safe then I don't take the job. A good experienced contractor knows when to walk.

What about that don't you understand?


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Oh, I understand perfectly. I've walked plenty of times. Not on a job check though. Not when I've been asked to look at something and it is unsafe.

If someone requests a quote, did ya touch it? Did you go out and take a look-see?

What do YOU not understand that my posts are trying to help with liability issues based upon MY experiences, not yours?

Does it hurt so much to tag something, take a picture and walk away?
 

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90% of the decks I bid are safety hazards. It's why they called me to bid.

Hell no I'm not responsible for it under any circumstances.


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Once you "red tag" put up caution tape or take any action you THEN (by default) have taken responsibility for the safety of the deck and everything you've "tagged".

No thanks.
 
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