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Old 11-15-2010, 04:21 PM   #1
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how much should i charge for installing a new

1. ceiling fan
2. luminaire
3. 2 switches

if u could list the prices that would be great thanks in advance

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Do you have the proper licenses and insurance to operate a business? What are your operating costs?

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Old 11-15-2010, 07:07 PM   #3
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that is definitely worth a steak dinner, with beer, and the option on a cookout next summer.
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that is definitely worth a steak dinner, with beer, and the option on a cookout next summer.
If more than one fan, two cookouts!
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How cute is she?
I'm married so that can't figure into the price.


Well, on second thought; If she is hot, it's going to cost more due to the distractions that I would have to force myself to ignore.
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I'm married too, but still can look.
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9000 yen.

Then paypal me 10% for the recommendation when the job is done.
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That question will kill a thread right there
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I'm married so that can't figure into the price.


Hmm...I don't think price was on Rusty's mind! But remember, window shopping can carry the same life sentence!

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