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Old 03-18-2019, 05:23 PM   #1
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So my friend just asked me to rough in plumb his bathroom in his new hunting cabin. I donít usually do plumbing, only done my house and a couple relatives so Iím no expert on pricing it out. Iíd like your expertise on a rough cost to plumb in a toilet, shower, sink and washing machine. He is going to install his waste line up to the outside skirting of the house where there is a crawl space. My job would be to do all the plumbing from there. His water supply will come in right next to the bathroom in a closet.
Just something rough and preferably on the lower end since it is for a friend.


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Old 03-18-2019, 05:32 PM   #2
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You are not going to get any help on this as you should know outright asking prices does not fly here. To many different factors to take into account for anyone else to tell you what your should charge. Don't be surprised if a mod closes this thread.

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