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|05-30-2006, 12:14 PM||#1|
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Help On Pricing Work
I am A Remodeler and and do occasional odd jobs as a handyman. I would appreciate some input on 2 project people have asked me to do.
Install Tile floor in entryway (3ft x 12ft).
Remove 3 doors and install 6-Panel Oak Doors w/moulding.
Cut a hole and install a closet in the entry hall (2ft x 2ft)
Move wall switch from wall (where closet is going) to other side of hall.
(all nails, morter etc. to be supplied by ME).
Remodel a Bathroom (6ft x 7ft) GUT and rebuild.
Remove and Replace Subfoor.
Install a Whirlpool tub and 2 new electrical (GFCI) circuits
(note the basement is unfinished and its a 15ft straight back to the breaker panel).
Install new ceiling fan and light fixture
Install Tile all 4 walls, up to 7ft.
Remove door (checge to an entryway with moulding.
Move existing door around the corner and 2ft into the hallway. (i.e. bathroom gains a 3ft x 3ft space that was a linen closet.
move existing closet light and change to a recessed light with switch
All supplies provided by customer.
I have done all of the above for myself, but not in a Handyman capacity (oh yea I am in the Chicago land area).
Therfore I am at a loss as what to CHARGE for these projects. I have done work for these customers in the past. Just not as much as they want now. Time is not a factor as either of them are will to wait up to 6 months for the work. I want to be fair in my estimate without overcharging.
Any and all suggestions would be most appreciated.
|05-30-2006, 12:33 PM||#2|
Join Date: May 2006
Location: Southwest Mo.
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Figure how long it will take you and then charge what you think you are worth at an hourly rate. Always add extra time for unforseen occurances.
Do one thing at a time, do it well, then move on.
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