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Old 07-02-2019, 11:35 AM   #1
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How much do I charge to remove 3600 sq. ft. of glue down carpet
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A little lite reading.

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Do it for free then you'll know how much you should have charged.
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How much do I charge to remove 3600 sq. ft. of glue down carpet
Where are you?
Do you own a floor scraper? or will you have to rent?
What is your plan to remove or secure the glue?

Telling you what to charge without knowing what you know, what you are capable or your operations it's hard to even help you start understanding how to formulate what to charge. But expect an admin to come along and shut this down because that is the way this place runs. If that happens come over to Facebook:

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