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Old 04-04-2011, 10:57 PM
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Old 04-05-2011, 06:30 PM
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he quoted 3k for labor, which I felt was high. I think I'm going to charge them about 2200, so just over $7/sq/ ft.
If my "buddy" gave me that price and he was worth it then I would add another $1,500.00 and let him do all the work and still make money. But I take it he nor the OP knows what they may be doing. My stone guy is licensed, insured and a licensed contractor but besides that, I know the work he does so when he gives me a prices on stone work, I normally dont question it let alone mark his price down because I think he's too "high".
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