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Get A Grip On Lighting: Charging For Audits

Every once in awhile, the guys from the Get A Grip On Lighting podcast are involved in a real-life situation that they have to talk about.

In this instance, they were asked to do an audit for a major job. Only the customer was completely under-prepared. It begs the question: when should you charge for audits?

Greg Ehrich, LC is the former President of the National Association of Innovative Lighting Distributors (NAILD) and owner of Premier Lighting, a progressive lighting distributorship.

Michael Colligan is an entrepreneur and inventor. He’s a subject matter expert in commercial and industrial lighting supply, lighting retrofits, and finding recycling streams for hard-to-recycle waste.

The Get A Grip On Lighting podcast on lightED is sponsored by Keystone Technologies.

If you want to watch more Get A Grip On Lighting podcasts, you can go to www.getagriponlighting.com.

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Discussion (1 comments)

    Stan Walerczyk August 29, 2019 / 1:49 pm

    I will often do a quick walk-through and provide a feasibility study for free, but always charge for an investment grade audit. A free investment grade audit is usually worth that much.

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