and to think you were thinking this only a day ago!ProVolley9 said:Chillawatt-
No, I'm not her accountant. She is a returning customer of my remodeling company. I specialize in cosmetic work, but can and will do anything residential.....if the price is right.
The customer is picking up all of the materials and they will be on site when I start the job, so I won't be doing any running around.
She has accepted my bid of $500 and we are both satisfied with that amount. Although, I'm probably more satisfied b/c I'll be pocketing $500 for maybe 4 hours of work from start to finish.
Do doctors even make that much? ha
Oh yeah, another reason why I was hoping we could agree on an amount for this small job b/c she has also accepted my $11,000 bid (11k just for labor) for the interior work she wants me to do.
Not to mention the $1,200 she just paid me for building an 8x8' shed for her in 3 days....she already had to materials waiting for me.
She's turning out to be a pretty darn good customer, so I'm glad I was able to work out this small project with her to keep the money comin'. :clap: :thumbup: :notworthy :w00t: :thumbsup:
Now you are farting through silk baby! :clap: :clap: :clap:Ok, so I think I've come to the conclusion that I'll refer this customer to an everday fence guy that I know since I can't bare the thought of installing 13 posts by hand for $150-$200.
I guess I'll leave this type of stuff up to other contractors that I deal with that have the tools to make this sort of job a breeze.