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DOES ANYONE HAVE COST CHEAT SHEETS TO SHARE
WORKING WITH NEW COMPANIES AND THEY WANT BIDS USING THESE PRODUCTS:
PAINT
flat Behr Haze (ICC-22) on walls/ceilings, Swiss Coffee (1812) on trim/doors

CARPET
, replace all carpet w/ minimum 32 oz. over 8lb. re-bond pad with neutral color to match walls (i.e.- Home Depot –Beaulieu/Soft Delight/Butter Cookies and include TOTAL SQ YDS with bid submission)

SIDING

ROOFING -
HOW MUCH TO CHARGE PER SQ FT???

APPLIANCE REPLACEMENTS???

ETC????
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The carpet specs sound FNMA too me. They should have set pricing per SF.

As far as the roof goes, That depends on the number of layers, pitch, cedar and reboard, min shingle weights or rating, dump costs, etc. etc. I personally run anywhere from $225/SQ up to $500/SQ. It depends on the particular roof.

Today I started a 6 SQ garage, 3 layer tear off, reboard with a 25 year shingle. Just under $300/SQ and it should have been higher. OSB took a $4 sheet jump since I bid it .



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Can't wait til I even have the option of fronting the costs for jobs like this again.
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Can't be Fannie as ALL carpeting is on a national account. I use Kilm Beige on walls/ceilings and Mocha for trim and doors on nice homes with lots of light. I use Mocha on wall/ceilings and antique white on trim and doors on darker houses. So far no complaints.....
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Buy a Means SF cost book.
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I am doing a bunch of bidding as well.
"Buy a Means SF cost book."
What is this?
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I am doing a bunch of bidding as well.
"Buy a Means SF cost book."
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http://www.rsmeans.com
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can't be fannie as all carpeting is on a national account. I use kilm beige on walls/ceilings and mocha for trim and doors on nice homes with lots of light. I use mocha on wall/ceilings and antique white on trim and doors on darker houses. So far no complaints.....

how much do you charge to paint a room?
How do you get your price?
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