On 1/29/12 8:05 AM, EZ Rhino wrote:
> Those look nice, but a quick google search didn't reveal any pricing. I'm
> thinking they are pretty expensive; not sure it would yield a savings over
> other methods (exothermic).
I think that they're really used for places where exothermic doesn't
work (fire hazard, etc.), or because they're easier and faster to use.
In a commercial application, the cost of the widget is often a small
fraction of the worker's wages. Apprentices make about $30 an hour, and
by the time you stack all the benefits and stuff on top of it, the
contractor is probably paying over $60/hr. Something that takes 5
minutes to install instead of 10 minutes will save $5 in labor.
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