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DNolting
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Last Activity: 17th May 2018, 05:59 PM
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  • I am watching this - we had insulation that was wicking water from the gutter. It was filling the insulation with HUGE amounts of water. We cut the first 5 feet of insulation out on a few units. We were thinking spray foam as well. The problem I found was that it needs to be painted with fire rated...
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  • DNolting
    replied to Marketing & Advertising Q & A
    AWESOME video guys! You covered a lot of ground and touched on some really good points....
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  • DNolting
    replied to Marketing Advice?
    Hey Dee - I'm new to this business as well. In the past 6 months of business I've tried A LOT of things. Some work - some don't. Here's a small list of things that are FREE and I think are worth your time.

    Create a Facebook business page. Keep updated with content (once a week at minimum)...
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  • DNolting
    replied to Trying Mobile Ad's
    Thanks Randy - I have already ordered this first set. I will be shopping it out a little better next time around. I saved the link and appreciate the info!
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  • DNolting
    replied to Trying Mobile Ad's
    $4,800 would be just the trailer. I was able to paint it myself (I had a quote of $500 to powder coat). I also was able to wire it myself. I picked up most of the parts from Tractor Supply and had a friend of mine do all the fab. I have a quote of $250 each on the 4x8 translucent banners. The rear 3x4...
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  • DNolting
    replied to Trying Mobile Ad's
    From a cost standpoint it will be about the same as a 16 foot box trailer. I will have about $4800 in this custom built rig. It should really catch some serious attention when its illuminated and rolling down the road. Basically it will have backlit translucent banners that you can change out to whatever...
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  • DNolting
    replied to Trying Mobile Ad's
    All are FANTASTIC ideas. I'm interested to see if I get in any sort of trouble for driving around at night with it glowing....
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  • DNolting
    replied to Trying Mobile Ad's
    I agree Pac - I just have to keep trying new things. This rig will be illuminated at night so I can go circle my local Public and Extra....
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  • DNolting
    started a topic Trying Mobile Ad's

    Trying Mobile Ad's

    But not the kind of mobile ad you will find on your iPhone. Its still under construction. Mobile unit should be complete next week. Updates to follow....
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  • DNolting
    replied to PTI Security Issue
    I must give credit when credit is due. Robert, I appreciate you stepping in. This was on my desk at 9:30am. Thank you for making it happen....
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  • DNolting
    replied to PTI Security Issue
    I believe his name was Adam Taylor. I only happened to catch his name when he had to log onto our computer remotely. We had to locate a voltage meter to determine the Voltage coming from our power supply. I had to call my installers back out to do the reading. I asked if I could call back with the reading...
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  • DNolting
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    And it continues… After 6 months of operation, the “fixed” Falcon XT has completely shut down. We still do not have the paid technical support (at this point it would be worth it), so it took about a day to figure out that we have the exact same issue with the XT as last time. 12V DC – L2 coil. We’re...
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