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Old 03-30-2013, 04:15 PM   #1
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All Materials Supplied ..... How Much Would You Charge Per Sq Ft?


This is not a question to help me bid a job.

This is about my wood deck resurfacing product. I'm not trying to promote anything.

If you were a sub for a manufacturer to install this type of product and they supplied all of the materials what would you charge.

Note: 1 worker = 150 Sq Ft Completed Per Day
2 workers = 300 Sq Ft Completed Per Day

I'm looking for a price to pay subs on a per sq ft basis.

Example.... If I contract you as a sub to install my deck resurfacing product on a 800 sq ft dock how much would you quote if every material was supplied on the job?

If you have questions about how the product is installed please see the installation video.



Thank you for your help.

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Old 03-30-2013, 04:20 PM   #2
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Thank you for posting on ContractorTalk.com. Straight pricing questions are frowned upon here, as are 'Going Rate' questions. If you are a contractor seeking advice regarding your pricing structure, the Moderators of this forum would like to direct you to this thread: "Pricing, Estimating and Success".ContractorTalk.com is designed for professional contractors to discuss issues and topics related to the construction and remodeling industries.We apologize for any inconvenience that this may have caused. This thread has been closed.----------------------------------

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