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Old 02-06-2018, 12:38 AM   #1
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hi so i am a professional handyman and i have a homeowner who has a home that when built used osb and stucco over the top. now over time the stucco has taken a beating and the osb is rotting. she has ask me to remove old osb sheathing and replace with treated plywood and re-stucco the wall. it's about 3212. I'm looking to find out how much I should charge to remove old rotted sheets. install new and stucco wall the correct way with wire mesh etc. I have done it all but nothing to this extent so any insight would be awesome thank yall
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Anything more than 350 would be robbery.
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walraven? more than 350? your cheating yourself if you do that and will never be successful. 35 would be just pulling off if that probably more as in 4 or 4.5. I'm looking for real tips.
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