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Old 04-26-2013, 05:39 PM
cdjones cdjones is offline
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I would suggest using a work order method. discuss with the client what is needed give them the price have them sign prior to doing the work they then acknowledge whats going to be done and how much its going to cost and have a clause that simply states anything additional outside the scope of the work shown and agreed to above with be considered extra work and billed accordingly with a new work order. Your original estimate for the work performed may have been ok for your operating costs but the additions killed you. Never breakdown your hourly rates in my opinion on an estimate those ar your business and everyones are different. Instead say i can complete the work as stated on this work order for x amount of dollars period...if you het the job great if not you were going to loose money anyhow...just some things to think about
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