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  1. jojo

    jojo Newcomer
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    hi all i have been asked for a quote to clean the windows of a fairly big pub inside and out
    but not sure what to quote them i dont want to give a to big of one just a fair price

    any help please
     
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  2. Gav

    Gav Grand Master
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    Pricing is always hard until you get used to it, but one thing I will say is don't underquote just to her the job. You will likely regret it! As a rough rule of thumb I used to chard £1 an average sized window on houses but that depends on several things like are they leaded etc. what sort of windows does the pub have I know many how big old windows with lots of small pains of glass.


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  3. jojo

    jojo Newcomer
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    it has about 35 45 panes of glass all different size none leaded
     
  4. Posh

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    Roughly work out how long it will take you & work it out on what you want to earn an hour. If you think it will take you 2 hours & you want to earn £15 an hour charge £30 plus £10 for yer petrol tax etc. so £40.

    I was lucky with my 3 I do. I did the first one & gave them a price & based my other 2 on that one.
     
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