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    Default Advice on pricing...

    Ello folks,
    I've not been on here for ages, coz I'm really a plumber, but I do a lot of tiling too.
    Been asked to quote a tiling job and was wondering on ballpark prices for a square metre...
    Apparently there are 70 square metres to do in total. Some of it is on a concrete kitchen floor and hallway, the rest is a couple of en-suites which are on floorboards. The en suites are to have electric heating mats installed as well.
    Any ideas on pricing it, before I go and have a look?
    Cheers
    Porridge

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    Default Re: Advice on pricing...

    I think this needs to be in the pricing forum not here perhaps one of the mods can move it?

    Kev

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    Default Re: Advice on pricing...

    Unfortunately Kev as the guy is not designated as a "Pro" tiler, he can't post nor view in the pricing forum.

    If any of you guys want to advise on the price for the job can you oblige by doing via Private messaging not in the open forum. Thanks

    Grumps

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