Right. Generally we run around the outside of the house/building - try to conceal as much cable as possible. Like you said, we try to make it the cleanest and neatest. Then drill in and install a plate. Always taking customer input and preference of course. A lot similar to a Dish or DirectTV install. Accept we try to be neater about it. :-)

Nick



Jason Hensley wrote:
Can you define custom wire runs? What do you consider a "non-custom" wire run if you're not going through the attic or whatever? Do you just drill from the outside wall in or what?

I'm just curious as we try to take whatever route in with the cabling that makes it look the neatest and try our best to drill as few holes as possible. Sometimes that's through an attic, crawl space, whatever.



----- Original Message ----- From: "N White" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "WISPA General List" <wireless@wispa.org>
Sent: Thursday, July 20, 2006 4:53 PM
Subject: Re: [WISPA] Field Techs & Non-Standard Installations


We charge $85/hour for anything after standard installation. Standard installation includes installing and configuring the CPE and any customer computers that are present at the time of installation, including a installation of a router or switch if necessary. It does not include trenches, masts, custom wiring runs (attic, crawlspace, etc), or troubleshooting client PC problems.

Nick



KyWiFi LLC wrote:
We are starting to see more and more subscribers need custom
installations such as a vent pipe mount, aerial drop, trenching, etc.
How is everyone paying their sub-contractors when it comes to
non-standard installations? For instance, say you pay $75 to a
sub-contractor for a standard installation but when they arrive
at the job site, the subscriber needs a 10' ditch dug. If the
sub-contractor says he will dig the ditch for $25 do you just
tack this amount on to the subscriber's installation fee and then
pass it along to the sub-contractor or do you add say $10 - $20
to the amount the sub-contractor is going to charge you and then
bill the subscriber the inflated amount which would then have a
profit margin attached? Or, do you have the sub-contractor bill
the subscriber separately for digging the ditch or whatever else
they want/need done at their premises? In other words, do you
try to make a profit on the additional work performed by the
sub-contractor which falls outside a standard installation?


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KyWiFi, LLC - Mt. Sterling, Kentucky
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