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Old 01-06-2005, 09:31 PM   #1
 
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Baseboard Installation


Hi,
I need help to estimate the labor to install base board on 3 floors apartment building and how long it take per floor if getting two teams to finish the work.
Material used MDF 1/2"
Iím new starter at sub contractor business and I can not afford to lose this project.
Your help will be greatly appreciated.
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Old 01-06-2005, 10:38 PM   #2
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monlover, One post will do the trick on this board.
You don't say where you are and labor rates vary widely across the nation.
I don't install MDF and have no idea what it costs. Based on the info provided my best guess would be somewhere between $1.75 and $3.00/ft.
Give us some more info and I'm sure that someone can narrow that figure down for you.

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1st of all, Thank you for the quick response,
I my location is Vintura, California.
Your help is rally appreaciated.
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Monlover,
You need to figure out your price per linear foot first, then you can create a price based upon the total linear feet in the project. There's no way for us to figure out how much peer floor.

"Iím new starter at sub contractor business and I can not afford to lose this project."

Careful - oftentimes if you can't afford to lose a bid, you'll lose when you win the bid. Don't under-bid.

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