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IN FLOOR RADIANT

smoore
smoore Member Posts: 28
CAN ANYBODY GIVE A PRICE PER SQAURE FOOT FOR RADIANT. I'M A CONTRACTOR IN IOWA AND NEED TO LEARN HOW TO BID THIS. IVE HEARD ANYWERE FROM $2.00 TO $5.00 FOR INSULATION, TUBEING, LABOR AND MANIFOLDS FOR IN SLAB NEW CONSTRUCTION. WHAT ABOUT STAPLE UP? THANKS

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  • DanHolohan
    DanHolohan Member, Moderator, Administrator Posts: 16,491
    Sorry,

    we don't discuss pricing here.
    Retired and loving it.
  • Al Letellier
    Al Letellier Member Posts: 781
    radiant pricing

    Scott, you've got to learn the hard way on this one, like the rest of us did. Do one and eat it if you have too, but learn what it cost YOU to do it. That's how most of us learned. Every job is different and presents it's own challenges. I NEVER EVER bid any job by the square foot. It's just too risky. On new construction,I insist on a full set of prints and reserve final pricing until the house is framed........hard to lose that way.

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  • Ted_5
    Ted_5 Member Posts: 272
    $$$$

    E-mail me. I am not to far away from you. I could help you
    out.

    Ted
  • Wayco Wayne
    Wayco Wayne Member Posts: 615
    Scott

    What Al says is too true. I have a spread sheet where I list everything I can think of ahead of time. Then as I do the job I add things I miss and modify the spread sheet for next time. I've found that I didn't charge enough on many occaissions but the next time I come much closer. Good luck. WW.

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