Time & Materials question
This is a bit of a loaded question, because there are always two sides to every story. I'm not saying who is right or wrong here, but when tradesmen work on a fixed bid often times they will include a small contingency factor to cover unforeseen or unexpected circumstances. But when working Time & Materials they do not have that option. T&M shifts the cost liability from the contractor to the owner with the hope of ultimately costing less than a fix bid price.
When I work on a T&M basis if I make a mistake I do not charge for it, but I do have to charge for changes or extra time associated with unclear plans or specs and unforeseen items.
I know this is not a direct answer to your question, but it's the closest thing to an opinion I can give you.
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