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Old 12-01-2009, 07:55 PM   #1
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The Price Per Square Foot For Insulation


what is the going rate to install residential R20 inch and poly
i heard .20 cents for each could this be right
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Old 12-01-2009, 08:09 PM   #2
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What's the most you can charge, still get the job, and sleep at night?

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what is the going rate to install residential R20 inch and poly
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Nope its .35
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ya i guess but just need something to go off of dont want to get to the end of the job and find out i shorted myself or ripped someone off, know what i mean
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Multiply 100x8, then deduct 600, add one fiddy.
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.35 each or together?

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.35 each or together?
Both, or you'll be over & under estimated at the same time. Thats the contractors worst nightmare.
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What do you charge for interior systems?
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What do you charge for interior systems?
Systems are a different deal altogether, afraid I cant divulge that info.
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If I knew what an "interior system" was, I would probably charge about.....
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.35 each or together?
What he really means is .350 or as most say tree-fiddy.
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the going rate depends on whether I'm sellin' or buyin'.
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What exactly is "interior systems"......is it a trade?

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