Download it here. The app is searchable in the Google Play Store under Sailboat Owners.
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I picked the sail this morning, and all was well. No hassle over the corrected price.Won’t mention names but a sail loft here is infamous for quoting an hourly rate lower than the competition but ‘pads’ the total hours to compensate. Price doesn’t always equate to value.
Had to choke a bit on that number. It has been a few years when I had ours replaced. Framing was in good condition, so all that was done was new canvas, but in our case I paid $1,400 for a new dodger, bimini and main sail cover, all in Sunbrella fabric. Might pay to check around a bit more. Lita's Top Shop in Arlington did ours.
That person should perhaps quote by the job, not itemize, etc., IMO. People see those labor rates and, as we see, don’t really respond well to them Da, da, da plus tax.Perhaps. Most certainly if he is a business of "one". The Gig business generation finds many who will pick up a moonlight gig to expand their financial resources or just a paying hobby.
“Labor” as in laborers. As in “Management versus Labor.” Management receives a salary, whereas the hands-on workers are paid by the hour, itemized as “labor.” The salary is derived from retail mark-ups of materials, and no doubt a “cut” of the labor rate charged to customers. A skilled employee doing the work does not actually get $110/hr. More like $20-$25/hr, if even that. The proprietor or owner is not “labor”, not an employee; the people who work for him are. It’s a rhetorical question.Hell yea that’s labor. Why wouldn’t a employee, owner or not be compensated for they time and skills?
Not to be picking at threads... but I am. Is it not labor to do work?The proprietor or owner is not “labor”