3 Days Ago
The cheapest is not the best value.
Who is, percentage wise, most likely to have a problem, the cheapest (rushing, poor safety, increase likelihood of collateral damage), the middle guy, or the most expensive?
Who is most likely to have shady workers, possibly casing the house, the guy playing $10/ hour cash to Itchy and Scratchy the Tweeker brothers as under-the-table "employees" or the guy paying $20/ hour for professional quality employees?
One of my customers took a break from pro prices... The guy left in an ambulance, live or dead, don't know. Hard drugs in the driveway before leaving, after screwing the removal up.
Not licensed and insured, but that's just a purchase, like a bucket truck... anyone can buy one that has the money.