Bathroom restoration

I live in a Queen Anne house in the south, and I'm getting a guest bathroom restored. I already have had 3 layers of linoleum taken off the floor to reveal parquet, and godknowshowmany layers of paint plus thin board "faux tile" off the walls to get down to the original beadboard, which alternates flat and reeded boards of either heart pine or cedar. Some of the boards were cut out wholly or partially for various reasons, so they have to be custom milled or found. (The first person who worked on the bathroom didn't know what he was doing as far as the carpentry side--wrenched boards out and broke quarter rounds, etc.)The new restorer--who is a talented jack of all trades, according to his references, not a specialist--wants to charge me $3000 for installing c. 30 new boards, staining them to match the originals, replace and paint some bases, caps and quarter rounds. Does the price sound excessive? zemedelec
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it sounds excessive, I would get a few more bids
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mark Ransley wrote:

Why? for What? Now who in the hell are you talking at, you stupid fuck? Will you ever use any usenet accepted protocol, or will you always be just a webtv shit stain?
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