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Question for a construction General Contractor

 
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03/18/2022 09:46 PM
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Re: Question for a construction General Contractor
Ok my input is that I have always charged 2x materials for labor for figuring out my bid. So in total it would be (materials)x3=5700 in your case. Which if it is a decent sized bathroom is very reasonable for a full remodel and structural repairs. Especially when you get into load bearing walls and joists where experience is a must.
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03/19/2022 07:24 PM
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Re: Question for a construction General Contractor
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03/19/2022 08:41 PM
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Re: Question for a construction General Contractor
You should not have done any work without a contract. If you did then they can legally not pay you anything.

When you found the new issues work should have immediately stopped and a change order should have been written.

Good luck getting paid.
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Re: Question for a construction General Contractor
[link to www.levelset.com (secure)]

So for instance you have to notice the customer before you bill in order to protect your mechanics lien status. Hopefully whoever you are working for is not a litigious dick from California or somewhere with a bunch of shitty lawyers or you are probably screwed.





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