Now Hiring Mini-Tower Crews
This post is about mini tower building, but if your interested in stalling roof mounted masts too, check out this video ( https://youtu.be/eyXn6t_Cc40 ) to get an idea of what it can be like.
Been looking for a better job? Just scope out the photos below. What we're looking for is very simple. 2 people to build the little 4 to 6 section ( sections are 10 feet each ) little mini rohn 25g radio towers. We have a very big back log of orders and need more installers. All you would be doing is building the towers. Sometimes we put TV Antennas on them, sometimes internet, sometimes, mobile extenders, just all depends, but you won't have to mess with any electrical, equipment gear, JUST BUILD THE TOWER, and install the ground rod, and that's it. No enclosures, no nothing, just build the tower. If you don't dilly dally, should take the average person 2 hours to dig the hole, and 2 hours to put 2 sections together and drop it in the hole, get it level, and put the concrete in. Then you go for lunch for an hour to 2 hours, come back, and put up the other 2 to 4 sections using our nifty little section hoist that has a pole that sticks up a foot past the top of the tower so you just simply use the rope, person on the ground hoists it up, person the tower slips it into place, and plugs 6 bolts in there and tightens them up. The way we do towers, there will NEVER be any guy lines. Everything you see pictured will be the same way every time. Always bolted to the side of a structure. You can come as a single person, or a pair, either way, pay is the same and by the job and 1099, and you make your own schedule, use your own tools ( we'll provide the gin pole hand crane for lifting sections ) and all job materials, and equipment, you provide your own way to Burnet to pick up materials and to the job site.
$500 for a 4 section mini tower
$600 for a 5 section mini tower
$700 for a 6 section mini tower
If you figure your working 4 hours, take 2 for lunch, work for 4 hours, that's 10 hours, so for a 4 section mini tower, that's roughly $50/hr minimum. If we really get going, and you have 3 people, and 1 person going around building bases, and the other 2 putting up sections, the 3 of you could probably rail 2 towers in a day, split 3 ways, could walk away with $2100 total, or $700 each
Use the link below to submit your information if your interested in building these mini-radio towers for us.