Average person gets 657,000 hours of life. 140,000 ave spent in childhood, 114,000 are spend in retirement if your lucky. leaving 403,000 hours of my life to allocate to sleep, family, work, and things I enjoy. I value every one of those because I can get no more.
Well that's a depressing thought. What in the he!! am I doing on here? I better make the most of my time--maybe wifey is feeling frisky! I better go check!
I gots a truck with one of them fancy hydraulic plows on it.
Its only in Fargo that the wind blows all the time. It becomes a question of timing, if you want to do it. If you do it at the height of the storm, you might end up with an additional two inchs requiring you to come back on your dime. In the past. a lot of guys did these units as a add on during the day hours since you can't get into them during the nights, and there were no rush to get them open. However these national providers have changed the ball game by requiring quick service.
As to the drainage issue, some of these units are perfectly flat and the floor of the units are only a inch higher than the drive. What happens is that it rains the day after a snowstorm. Even though the drive is clear by our standards and the drain is open, that little coating left is enough to cause the water to weap under the doors. If you read the rental agreement, the customer is responsible for elevating their belongings to prevent water damage. Sometimes your insurance company refuses coverage on that clause and sometimes they pay to eliminate the nusiance. Either way, you waste your time with the paperwork. You can do 1000 residential drives for 10 years and never have a claim, you can do a Walmart and have 10 claims with one storm. Some jobs just a have higher probability of problems than they are worth.