I have a few different contractor clients who all operate a little differently. I'd be very interested in others' opinions, especially where it's not a consensus.
When you stocklist, do you pre-cut (1) drops, (2) hanger rods, and/or (3) sprigs?
I've heard different philosophies for different companies. If there's a consistent flat structure then I could see cutting hanger rods in the shop as a time saver, but what's your take? Obviously if the designer gets the measurement wrong or something changes in the field, then there could be far more labor in correcting the pre-cuts then there would be if they were measured and ordered from the field.
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