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Old Yesterday, 11:07 PM   #1
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Pricing New Homes In Ontario.


I am just wondering if anyone would care to share some of their pricing for trim work on new construction in Ontario, Canada.

I've been trimming in my family business for 8+ years and am taking on more of the business side. My father told me what he's been charging per opening, and he's happy with it, but taking on any new blood takes away all the cake.

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Pricing questions are....well...off limits.
Here a little lite reading that might help.
https://www.contractortalk.com/f16/p...uccess-122452/

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The right answer will always be, as much as you can get. If you are expanding or need to make a few more pennies % net.

Raise your rates a few pennies or nickel on the dollar to your regular builders every month or so. Remember at some point you will hit the ceiling and may have to knock some off with tail between the legs to keep work coming in steady.

AND
Beat the pavement for new builders who pay a higher rate. never stop searching for ones who are looking for long term relationships and never stop taking care of them when you find them.
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