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Old 05-20-2013, 11:54 AM   #1
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What Should I Charge Pet Sq Ft For A Standard Treated Deck And Pilaster Style Railing


The deck is 340 sq ft. I also have to do 4 piles. The railing is out of treated lumber and is using 2x2 spindles
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Old 05-20-2013, 12:09 PM   #2
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Yep, you got it right.
For the OP, someone else will be along shortly to answer your question.
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I charge $20 a foot but I build a nicer deck than you
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I'd charge a buck treeeity per sq. foot,,,,,,,,,
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I should have noted that I'm doing a double picture frame and running my deck boards diagonally

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Ya but for that it's built out of grass and twigs.
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Does the tree fiddy include using fasteners or just the usual kiddy paste
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If they want screws, I'd charge at least FO-fitty.

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To be fair.......

try this link out:

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If I were you I'd go with clear fir and not treated lumber because it looks a lot better.
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