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How much do you guys charge to de-board and re-glaze a 4' x 3' window? Someone at one of these national offices thinks it is a piece of cake to do and should be done cheap. Just so that everyone understands what is needed: Drive to the property, do a free exterior and interior inspection, de-board, throw away board and 2x4's, clean up glass on sills and floor, disassemble aluminum window frame to let new glass in, clean up frame from left over glass, measure, go get glass, install glass. Seems to sound pretty simple to do if you sit at a desk
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Sounds like a Core Logic brainiac is behind this request.
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Just type it into Repair base. You will be fine.
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Assuming 20% discount I would bid $10.00. While I was there I would cut out the copper plumbing lines and help pad the "profit". Thats just me though you do what you want.
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How much do you guys charge to de-board and re-glaze a 4' x 3' window? Someone at one of these national offices thinks it is a piece of cake to do and should be done cheap. Just so that everyone understands what is needed: Drive to the property, do a free exterior and interior inspection, de-board, throw away board and 2x4's, clean up glass on sills and floor, disassemble aluminum window frame to let new glass in, clean up frame from left over glass, measure, go get glass, install glass. Seems to sound pretty simple to do if you sit at a desk
Get a quote from a glass shop on their letterhead and when t hey write it up for you tell them to put a "code 30" for 30% mark up on the bottom of the quote, as a reminder of what they did. then your standard 10% mark up and line for sales tax if they allow it. This is the way I did it for years and they got approved all the time or if they balked I'd say "OK just this once i'll not mark it up but 5%" HEHEHE FOOLS would accept it. I'd have a fax to the glass shop of what photo requirements were needed and the photos would be texted to me and I would never leave my office SLave groid is my guess of who it is
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