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fair price

Posted by kuzco (My Page) on
Sat, Dec 22, 07 at 17:08

i just finished out my neighbors workshop.He hung the sheetrock and I went behind him,mudded[3 coats],sanded,and finished out his 16x20 shop.I rolled and stippled the ceiling,trimmed the windows and door,primed and painted the interior.Any suggestions on a fair price for the six days of labor?


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RE: fair price

You should have agreed on a price before starting the job. After the fact pricing rarely goes well.
The post is also too vague to address a price point.
Who paid for the materials? Who picked up the materials? How good a job did you do?
Ron


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RE: fair price

Generally when a job is completed we expect to be compensated for the full amount specified in the original bid.

When attempting to determine a price after the fact ask yourself..what was your bid? If you bid "0" then any amount greater than "0" would be a gratuity.


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