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Old 07-01-2014, 06:07 PM   #16
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Look in the yellow pages for under Windows/doors.

The quote seems kind of high....though I agree with the type of window...if it's raining, less chance water will come in....

IMO...for that price, it should include the window.
When you say price is high......How much do you think it should cost?
Like I said, he will remove the current tiles, put cement boards, cut the opening, install a new header, the window, trim inside and outside, install new tile (we provide the tiles, but he brings mortar, grout) and also replace the shower faucet (we provide the faucet, and he does the plumbing)
Does it sound way too high, or is it a fair price?
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Old 07-01-2014, 09:12 PM   #17
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Wow....almost a year later.....

If labor only....high.....

Except for grout....that looks to be about 2 days labor....even at my slow pace...assuming $300/day....another $100 for material....

Yea....a guy has to make a profit....Detroit....$400/day....$1000 tops....if your supplying the window....and the window should be less than $200
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Wow....almost a year later.....

If labor only....high.....

Except for grout....that looks to be about 2 days labor....even at my slow pace...assuming $300/day....another $100 for material....

Yea....a guy has to make a profit....Detroit....$400/day....$1000 tops....if your supplying the window....and the window should be less than $200
Are you saying price should be ~$1,000?
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