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Old 03-07-2014, 09:43 PM
RonWin RonWin is online now
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Make sure you figure out your cost of operation. This will help you when you are doing estimates. One of the biggest mistakes you can make is throwing a price out there and having the customer agree to it, then down the road finding out that you are not profitable on the rate you set. If you're giving sound estimates and being rejected don't be so quick to lower your rate either. If you are providing quality work then people will see it and agree to paying your reasonable rates. And remember, low ballers never succeed. Good luck
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