VCT Flooring And Lauan Subflooring Installation Rates

 
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Old 08-03-2010, 10:14 PM   #1
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VCT Flooring And Lauan Subflooring Installation Rates


I am trying to get a handle on what rates to charge for the installation of 1/4 inch lauan subflooring and then the installation of VCT tile over that. I am curious as to what to charge as I am a newer contractor and I am not completely sure what would be a competitive rate to charge a customer for this install. I am looking to find what would be a competitive rate per square foot.

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