Crane falls over

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  1. adaycj

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    Unfortunately this makes selling removals by crane a bit harder for the rest of us. Especially in that area.
     
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    Find out why it went over and compare it to how you operate. In that you'll either learn of pitfalls in your operation or how you are a better choice for doing crane work.
     
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    Completely agreed, Rob. I was only referring to the fear factor that stirs up in potential clients that are exposed to this media. Some people don't realize how a crane can make a job safer let alone easier. It's a small percentage of clients that actually gets to this point. There hasn't been any crane failures in my neck of the woods.
     
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    When I mention using a crane, I follow up with it being the right tool for the job, just like a chainsaw over a manual crosscut saw. Both, in the right hands, make the job go quicker, safer, and more economical, as well. Anybody quality fool can beat something supposedly fool-proof.
     
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