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Old 03-03-2000, 05:20 PM
steveair steveair is offline
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Ok, it may not be the bible but it is a good system, especially for people who don't know where to begin or truly don't understand their costs on the job and in the office. <br>If these other books are guides on what to charge and time to complete jobs, then they would go along nicely with huston's ideas.<p>Also, a quick note is on big companies. I heard stories on how companies such as the brickman's and the rupert's have there own books on pricing within the company. They supposely have thick, heavy manuals that price out everything from the installation of a 1 gal juniper to the installation of 30000 sq ft of pavers. Not that im mentioning it, but getting hold of these may be nice too. Stealing stuff like that is crime now........
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