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Walt Edwards
03-02-2014, 03:45 PM
Just curious as to who does work on Sundays and what type. I personally try not to do work on Sundays, but will make exceptions for special contracts or unusual circumstances. Not trying to turn it into a religious issue or open up a can of worms for argument, just curious..

David Styles
03-02-2014, 09:39 PM
I clean a lot of banks, office buildings, medical buildings and commercial parking lots and sidewalks. Sunday is usually the day everything is closed so I work a lot of Sundays.

Ron Musgraves
03-03-2014, 09:18 AM
I just prefer not to, we have commercial office it's a perfect day. If my guys would rather we schedule them


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Tony Shelton
03-03-2014, 10:25 AM
Cleaning HVAC on Sundays a lot. That is the day we can freely use the lift without having to deal with parking issues.

Chris has some concrete contracts at car dealerships that are Sunday only.

On the religious end our church building isn't big enough to hold everybody and being in Vegas a lot of members work Sunday. So we have Saturday services too for them. Romans 14:5 .

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Walt Edwards
03-03-2014, 04:53 PM
On the religious end our church building isn't big enough to hold everybody and being in Vegas a lot of members work Sunday. So we have Saturday services too for them. Romans 14:5 .

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Thanks for the verse Tony. After reading it, I see the importance of it. Thanks a million.

Doug Rucker
03-04-2014, 06:42 AM
We work on Sunday's when that is the only time the job can be scheduled, it' can't be done at night, or is best due to public traffic reasons.

John Larimore
05-04-2014, 05:19 PM
Unfortunately, for me, I have to work on Sunday's more often than not. Due to business hours or overloaded schedule.

Cris Lazo
08-11-2014, 01:52 PM
Just curious as to who does work on Sundays and what type. I personally try not to do work on Sundays, but will make exceptions for special contracts or unusual circumstances. Not trying to turn it into a religious issue or open up a can of worms for argument, just curious..

I do a lot of fleet wash and to avoid working nights I do most of it on the weekends. I guess it all depends whats your customers needs.

In another note I have questions about commercial plaza pricing and liability insurance carriers for Power washing. Can any one offer help with this two questions or do I have to go to a different forum? (I'm new to here and not sure how to go about this)

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