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#115754 5-Apr-2013 13:51
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We've got a customer that would like to get a Master Splitter installed in Wellington.

Any recommendations?

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  #793861 5-Apr-2013 13:52
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Cyril7 does an excellent job.



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  #793881 5-Apr-2013 14:12
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I've PM'd cyril, if anyone else has any suggestions let me know.

 
 
 
 


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  #793898 5-Apr-2013 14:40
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Not anyone else who does as good a job for as reasonable a price that I would trust.

Perhaps BiddleCorp wants to get into that... But I doubt it.

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  #793906 5-Apr-2013 14:56
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plambrechtsen: Not anyone else who does as good a job for as reasonable a price that I would trust.

Perhaps BiddleCorp wants to get into that... But I doubt it.


Why don't you get into the master filter installing business too?




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  #794008 5-Apr-2013 18:23
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plambrechtsen: Not anyone else who does as good a job for as reasonable a price that I would trust.

Perhaps BiddleCorp wants to get into that... But I doubt it.

BiddleCorp would charge too much; didn't you see JohnR's last bill for staying at BiddleCorp manor?




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