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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by clyde, Jul 11, 2011.
Your poll numbers don't go high enough.
I just moved to Texas from Mississippi. I was doing irrigation installs for $800-$1200 a zone depending on conditions. I did not charge differently if someone had a million dollar house or a 100,000 house. Irrigation is irrigation.
Just thought I would share this thread from the Business Management section. Some good stuff in there.
That is excellent dana. We need to keep that link on file and just post it without comment when we get these how much questions.
I agree. it's probably better than me and everybody else taking shots at the person asking, and getting angry. There is no standard formula, and costs vary from company to company. I wouldn't bid "per zone", but backing out the numbers when done is good to see.
Only experience, and years of it, enables one to "ballpark" a system. I spent many years/ hours going through every fitting cost, field labor, "unknown soil conditions" to come up with my "per zone" number and you all know what that was. Sometimes I was right on, sometimes I was high and passed the savings on to the client: I never lost.
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