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Old 03-12-2009, 01:20 AM   #1
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We currently had some work done and we added some work on to the project.We had 16 sheets of drywall hung and finished and we had them install a floor inwhich we purchased cork 1x3 floating. they also installed 1/2 rough cut plywood under.also base and shoe molding for a room11x34
What would you charge for this work?

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a couple of pizzas while we worked, and a big BBQ when we're done? it could be anywhere from $200 to $5000 or more, it all depends on who, where, etc.
how do you like that cork flooring? Po)

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I would pay exactly what I agreed to before they started the work plus the amount of any agreed upon additions. What does this have to do with
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Since this is a DIY site, issues pertaining to contractors' pricing levels have no place here.
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