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You are way tooooo low if you are charging $150 a square off and on, unless you are charging additional $150 ontop of your existing price for a tear off. If you are adding $150 just for the tear off, you might be a little bit high.

Then again if you truly need to charge $150 for the tear off to make money then you shouldn't cut your price and work for a loss.

Learn to sell on quality, not price. If your customer is a contractor, then that's your problem right there.
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