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Question:
All of this runs against the alarm industry's financial interest. Some installers rightfully shrug their shoulders, knowing that the avid DIY'r was never going to be their client anyway. Some of us (any yes again, despite Olson's continuous claims to the contrary, I have been an alarm installer far longer than he and most of the people who frequent this forum) cater to DIY'rs as well as do paid installation work. That's what I did for over 20 years. Finally, some of us only cater to DIY'rs. That's what I have been doing since I sold my "brick & mortar" business.


Answer:
Right. In the trade for "maybe" twenty years. Not over twenty-five. You haven't been in the trade since you sold your "brick and mortar" business. I understand you had to. Some problem with the Connecticut licensing authorities?





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