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Hello all were doing invoicing and wondering since so and so company pays 20 dollors for a lock change can we charge then a separate fee to replace the hardware we used?
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Hello all were doing invoicing and wondering since so and so company pays 20 dollors for a lock change can we charge then a separate fee to replace the hardware we used?
Do you mean so and so is paying $20 to change the lock, and you're figuring the $20 is for the labor of the lock change, but not including the cost of the new lock?
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Correct, Ive worked in this field of work for 4 years but just not being my own business just very confused!
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Hello all were doing invoicing and wondering since so and so company pays 20 dollors for a lock change can we charge then a separate fee to replace the hardware we used?
Lockset replacement fees offered by all nationals include the cost of all necessary hardware. Lockset replacement fees offered by almost every regional I am aware of include the cost of hardware as well.

I can think of 2 regionals (1 has gone bankrupt and is no longer around, the other is still going) that supply their contractors with hardware like locks, padlocks, lock boxes, etc. Those companies obviously pay a labor fee only for their lock changes.

Iíve already told you more than I know.
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Ok so we can charge a labor fee on top of the lock change fee?

Can we charge them a labor fee on everything like winterizations, pool covers, debris removal, lawn cuts, and any other task of the trade?
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Lockset replacement fees offered by all nationals include the cost of all necessary hardware. Lockset replacement fees offered by almost every regional I am aware of include the cost of hardware as well.

I can think of 2 regionals (1 has gone bankrupt and is no longer around, the other is still going) that supply their contractors with hardware like locks, padlocks, lock boxes, etc. Those companies obviously pay a labor fee only for their lock changes.
Sounds like Snow unless they were the one that went out of business.
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Dont know them all i wanna know is if i can charge labor on all my task i complete!
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If you have a regional that sent you a price sheet and it states $20 for a lock change, then that is the total amount they pay. That includes your lock, your hardware and your time. Sorry, that may not include their discount, usually 20-25%.
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