February Issue 2000

 


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| February 2000
Very few electrical contractors want to think about what will happen to their business after their passing, let alone plan for it.

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| February 2000
Estimating is like detective work. It involves collecting information, piece by piece, as details become available.

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| February 2000
Electrical and electronic equipment and factory machinery were allegedly damaged in a manufacturing plant in 1984.

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| February 2000
Today's increasingly sophisticated homeowners are prime prospects for a wide variety of upscale electrical/electronic products and installations that offer increased control,

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| February 2000
The challenges to comply with the requirements for a documented safety and health program are greater than ever.

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