weekender said:I can use some help with pricing on framing in a new door.
It is going between a 40" opening.
I would have to install a pre-hung door, sheetrock, spackle and trim.
Is that $400.00 U.S HOW LONG DOES THIS USUALLY TAKE? I think I need to move to your neck of the woods.bergenbldr said:I charge a min of 400 just to remove and install a typical 3'0" prehung door in an existing opening ,this does not involve framing or reframing to install a larger door. For a unit with sidelights min of 500 and 600 min for a 6'0' french door. Sliding patio doors at least 800 as the frame and panel need to be assembled.
Nows comes the part were i tell you my health insurance was costing 1300 dollars a month for a family of four, not a typo 1300 a month. Its not all gravy here in the US of A. I traded in our old policy for a high deductible policy but its still is almost 700 a month.Kevin said:Sweet Jesus I want to work in the US of A.
Your labour rates are WAY higher than ours.
Bob,our agent is milacki and woodward financial group (973)403-2200 they are located in roseland.The plan we went with is an aetna hmo plan with a $5000 per year out of pocket $30 copay and $500 dollar hospital copay.Bob Kovacs said:Bergen-
What company are you using for your insurance? I'm looking for a policy in NJ for a family of 4 as well. It seems that all the big companies (United Heatlhcare, Blue Cross, etc) are a PITA. Did you use a local company?
bob, the old plan was 15k in premiums,new plan is about 8k in premiums as long as no one gets sick or goes to the e.r. i save 7k.Bob Kovacs said:Ouch! That's $14k a year in premiums, plus $5k deductible- $20k for insurance....that sucks.............