|Originally posted by letMeIn
by DNSC I ment Dish Techs , and not Sears techs or Private Techs doing jobs for Dish ..... Those people I would NEVER let near my house, but some of the techs that work for dish directly are actually good, and they make $13 / hour ... Regular installers get paid PER JOB, the more jobs they do the more $ they make , that is why they RUSH and do crappy jobs . If you get installer that works directly for dish ( $13/hour ) you will get much better job done since they get paid by hours. Also if you take care of them, and tell them right in the beginning to do a good job, you most likely won't be sorry .
Sorry I disagree I wouldn't allow them near my house you like them you can have them! again you have to ask yourself who would work for 13.00 an hour? and where do you think these pool of "Dish Tech's" came from
University Dish? no Dish just hired people who were Private installers
and previous subcontractors mostly the underachievers of the industry
and FYI Sears doesn't have Tech's they farm out Subcontractors I only mentioned them because of your first comment that I must never have experenced subs?
|haha and you think Direct TV techs are better ? lol .... I guess you never experienced Subs as well ..
seriously , some DNSCs are actually very good . What can you expect, real quality techs from such low paying job ?
if you weren't talking about subcontractors then what was that referring to ?
I still can't understand the second part real quality techs from such a low paying job ? OH I see so when a customers is getting poor quality reception because the tech Dish sent out used a jack knife to strip the coaxial hey that's alright because the poor guy was only being paid 13.00 an hour
or the tech turns the dish into a lighting rod because he didn't properly ground the system hey that alright
or tried to use diplexers to send a signal to another TV instead of just running another line
or the best one forgot to tighten the bolts on the dish after aligning it the first storm with 10 MPH winds blew the dish out of alignment but hey he was only getting paid 13.00 an hour that's alright better luck next install
or maybe the Customers just didn't tell these installers "to take care of them, and tell them right in the beginning to do a good job " PLEASE :p
I have a ton of examples and have read a ton more of these complaints against
DNSC service techs in fact your the first person I've ever heard of saying anything good about them !
I think Private Techs are better then DNSC I have run into a couple that were extremely knowledgeable you would have to screen them well before hiring at least with a Private Tech in most cases he should guarantee His work personally