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capital city field services columbus,ohio but found address in twinsburg ohio too anyone know anything about them good or bad.
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capital city field services columbus,ohio but found address in twinsburg ohio too anyone know anything about them good or bad.

I might have a pricelist. Let me check.



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Here is the WI price sheet. This might be confidential. Please don't share


Lock Change-Knob $18.00 Each Lock Change-Knob and Deadbolt $22.00 Each Set Lockbox $16.00 Each Padlock $15.00 Each Padlock & hasp $23.00 Each Slide Bolts/Slider Locks $10.00 Each Window Locks $8.00 Each Boarding 1/2 inch $0.40 Per united inch Boarding 5/8 inch (Fast Track) $0.50 Per united inch Security Door Installation $75.00 Includes boarding, hinges, and padlocks Re-Glazing $0.40 Per united inch Capping lines (Water, Gas & Drain) $10.00 Each Dryer Vent Cover $10.00 Each Outlet Plates $1.00 Each Wire Cap $0.50 Each Dry Winterization $50.00 Includes pressure test/system check Dry Winterization/De-Winterization(ea.Add'l unit) $25.00 Includes pressure test/system check De-Winterization $12.00 Steam/Wet Winterization/de-winterization $75.00 Includes pressure test/system check Steam/Wet Wint/de-wint(ea. Add'l unit) $35.00 Includes pressure test/system check Radiant Winterization Bid Per Unit Clean and re-winterize toilet $12.00 Only on winterized properties. Compromised toilets have feces or other solid matter waste present in bowl Pressure test only $25.00 Roof Tarp Bid Per square foot-or BATF allowed per a Cost Estimator Initial Maid Service $50.00 Completed at time of trash-out. Mop, sweep, and vacuum floors; clean windows, clean counters/cabinets, ceiling fans, lights, mirrors, etc. Install air fresheners Monthly Maid Service $20.00 Includes int/ext inspection of the property, sales clean, winterization verification and incidental debris removal (less than 1/4cyd). Install air fresheners Auto Removal $75.00 Each Debris Removal/Hazardous Debris Removal $22.00 Per cubic yard. Leave in Broom Swept Condition Sump Pump $135.00 Installation of 1/3hp new pump. Drain/Pump Out Pool Bid Per pool Shock Pool $50.00 Per pool Board Pool/Cover to hud specs Bid Per pool All Grass Cuts (Initials & Recuts) $25.00 Grass Cuts over 12" $10.00 Each additional 12" Shrub Trimming $10.00 All around property, anything touching the structure with the potential for damage Leaf Removal $2.00 Per large trash bag Trip Charges $5.00 Paid only when no work can be performed. Paid only when grass is under 2''/limited growth for GC orders Snow Removal $25.00 Sidewalk and Walkway, up to 12''



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hi

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these people are nuts,i think lowest pricing ive ever seen,whats next wints for 10.00
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I have Capitol City as a client...They are a sub of CoreLogic...The pay is at the bottom but I use them because they have a lot of properties close to me...Trust me, I don't depend on them to make me rich, the work just gets me off the couch during my off season which is winter time. The girls are nice and understand the prices suck too, but beware of the late fees they impose..They will dock ya even if its not your fault...RTV madness as well...
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I have Capitol City as a client...They are a sub of CoreLogic...The pay is at the bottom but I use them because they have a lot of properties close to me...Trust me, I don't depend on them to make me rich, the work just gets me off the couch during my off season which is winter time. The girls are nice and understand the prices suck too, but beware of the late fees they impose..They will dock ya even if its not your fault...RTV madness as well...
If you did not enable Capital City to cover those properties close to you maybe you could cover them direct for Corelogic. That would mean 50% more money to you on most of that pricing.
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How does one do that? I thought about that but I figured Corelogic hired them because they cover more area than I do...(well they don't, their contractors do)
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How does one do that? I thought about that but I figured Corelogic hired them because they cover more area than I do...(well they don't, their contractors do)

Dealing with the bottom dwellers only enables them. Core and other Nationals use Regionals as a shield between themselves and the contractors. Not to mention the fact that even if the work is next door, technically you're still giving it away.
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