What did you tell them?
rjconstructs said:What did you tell them?
I'll do it for $480 with your guys and then not pay you. I think I'll make a profit.:laughing:SwiftRes said:Am I being unreasonable? Home is also about 2 hrs from me. Although the territory that I cover for SG is 1-3 hrs away from me currently. I figure after I send two guys up, materials, mileage, I'll break even at $480.
Remind them again that they have your bid and to call you back if that's what they decide to go with.SwiftRes said:Still formulating my response. I didn't call bid desk from site, so they said to go back and call from site with bid. I informed them that they already had my bid, then the response was it was only 60 SF and it should be able to be done within the allowable.
Couple of questions.SwiftRes said:SG is trying to tell me that I should be able to replace 60 SF of shingles(which are on rotten sheeting), replace a cap shingle, and repair a leak around a chimney for the allowable($480 after discount).
You mean tax don't you??? That is just asinine to charge that kind of $$$$$ for a stinkin permit!!!Clean Sweep REO said:Not sure about your area, but for me 250-300 of that would go towards getting the permit and inspection fees covered (depending on the city).
it streamlines the process of money going from your pocket to the cities,Framer53 said:Why is a permit necessary to repair a roof?
72opp said:I also am not a fan of heights.
Awesome!!! Pitch that to a national.P3+ said:A couple cans of this and you'll be good to go :laughing::laughing: