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Old 10-03-2011, 10:29 PM   #1
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Our company has to bid for cleaning a postconstruction two storey home at 1,200 sq. ft. We just wanted to get an idea of how much should we charge. a ball park figure?

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I would not pay more then $156.00 but that was 2 months ago so it may be less now.

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$168.00 total, no exterior windows. Assuming all appliances are new and unused.
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Welcome to the forum, Victoria! This is DIYChatroom, (do it yourself), we can help you with the cleaning choices or procedures. Try estimates from a book or web site, not here. Hence the unusual answers.......

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Hence the unusual answers.......
I was serious. My wife and I had a "New Home Make-Ready" business for years.
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$168.00 total, no exterior windows. Assuming all appliances are new and unused.
Around $150. here. One day job for one person.
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Sorry all..... Very tired that night.... carry on.

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