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Old 12-03-2011, 07:53 AM   #1
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Okay, I know this is a pie in the sky question, but I may still get some good answers....I am converting a row house into two condo units. There will be 4 full baths and 2 half baths. I am looking for a ball park on the plumbing costs for all new plumbing and connection to city pipes ? PVC. $90/fixture. The house is 2,800sft.

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Call local plumbers for a firm quote- I don't travel

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You are hoping for a lot--what country are you in?

Publish the architects drawings and your local workmans comp cost for plumbers and the spot price for copper and we will do the best we can.
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about 20 years my boss used to figure 300 a fixture when he would do a quote.
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19 years ago $600 an opening was a good figure in remodeling( in Our area)---location,location ,location---

Copper is up---insurance is up---he wants city hookup costs and water meters,too.

Need those blue prints---does that include roof vent penetrations and roof patching?

Trenching and concrete replacement? Road repairs?
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ball park only......unsee estimate only.... no blue prints...rough to my eyes only ..trim to my specs only...45,595.65 plus inspection and travel..

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