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Old 12-03-2017, 04:03 AM   #1
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Hi guys/gals,
I've been reading some great posts on this site, but this is my first post. I'm wondering what you charge to strip sealer per sq/ft in a shower. This is a nice home with tumbled 8" x 8" travertine. Also I was thinking of using the grout-EEZ product. Has anyone had any experience with it, or if not please let me know what you use/recommend.
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Old 12-03-2017, 08:48 AM   #2
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Being that you have two threads going asking about pricing (which is odd unless you're a brand new GC), this one and this one... Just as an FYI, the moderators frown on pricing questions here because there are many factors that go into it that vary from company to company... here's where they usually refer you to after closing pricing question threads down...

http://www.contractortalk.com/f16/pr...uccess-122452/

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Being that you have two threads going asking about pricing (which is odd unless you're a brand new GC), this one and this one... Just as an FYI, the moderators frown on pricing questions here because there are many factors that go into it that vary from company to company... here's where they usually refer you to after closing pricing question threads down...

http://www.contractortalk.com/f16/pr...uccess-122452/
I've been working for another company doing fire and water restorations, so yes I am brand new to being a licensed GC. All the prices they used was based off Xactimate which is expensive and I dont have access to. Let's put pricing aside and look at my other question and I have a new question as well.. What estimating software do you guys use?
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I've been working for another company doing fire and water restorations, so yes I am brand new to being a licensed GC. All the prices they used was based off Xactimate which is expensive and I dont have access to. Let's put pricing aside and look at my other question and I have a new question as well.. What estimating software do you guys use?
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We don't know what your overhead is costing you, or any of your other costs.

This is why we don't answer direct pricing questions here. Help to how you to get those number, yes. Real numbers, no.

I don't use any software. I figure my costs and big accordingly to achieve a profit for myself and my business.

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