greetings, i might have a small drywall job to do for a friends
neighbor. i have done lots of drywall work before (nonpaying) and i'm
not sure how to price it out. is there a accepted amount to charge by
i will know more about how much is involved tomorrow , but for now i'm
sure that the job will be straight forward (drywall, tape mud and sand)
this guys basement (no ladder or scaffolding needed). i will also be
supplying the material. i,m not a pro but my past drywall work has been
quality and i'd hate to charge to little for the job
Never mind the square footage. Quote it based on what your time is worth
plus materials plus 20% up charge on the materials. The key is deciding how
long it will take you ;-)
Also, if you're wondering-- your time is worth about what the going rate is
for a skilled tradesman in your area. If you know a general contractor, ask
him for an estimate. Or call a plumber and ask him what he's charge you for
a two hour job...
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