Originally Posted by clydebusa
I have a lift so if I could get it to the location, I add 90% of the price of renting a lift and then the hours to do the job. If not I would run, 12' latter wont get there and it is a pain to set scaffolding up. So if I was really slow, would price the scaffolding and time spent. But it would be high!
+1 on the use of a lift. You don't want to be falling off a ladder at that height. Plenty of places to rent one from, just a question of if there is room to use it.
Add on you guesstimate of the number of hours X your hourly rate.
This might be a job you are grateful that the customer turns you down for a quote that is too high.