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Old 08-10-2010, 05:03 PM   #1
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What is the rate per square for tare off and replacement ?

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Depends on where you are located, overhead, and what the customer will pay.

Just no way to answer that question!

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Don't pay more than $1k/square.
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$999.99/sq and if you call in the next 15 mins, we'll include debris removal. Call 1-800-HOW-MUCH. Allow 68 weeks for delivery.
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$999.99/sq and if you call in the next 15 mins, we'll include debris removal. Call 1-800-HOW-MUCH. Allow 68 weeks for delivery.
dang. There is always somebody out there that will undercut my prices even when mine are rock bottom.

Oh well, if you want to take it for a loss, that's up to you.
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I've done some jobs for well over $1k a square, they were small maybe 3-4 square jobs with crazy access, in a down town area where parking costs $$$ etc... There's just know way of answering that questions without a whole pile of our own questions being answered.

First off type of roof? Second what's the scope of work, description of the building, specification etc?
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I've done some jobs for well over $1k a square, they were small maybe 3-4 square jobs with crazy access, in a down town area where parking costs $$$ etc... There's just know way of answering that questions without a whole pile of our own questions being answered.

First off type of roof? Second what's the scope of work, description of the building, specification etc?
you're missing the point of the chatter. This is a DIY forum. There are no labor costs unless you want to measure the sweat and put a price on it. If the OP wants a price for a dumpster or some other item, it is most likely priced best within their locality and not on a forum.

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