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Quoting And Paperwork


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Ok so today I got contacted to do a massive commercial job this will be my only commercial job so very new to me.

What I'm am wondering is how do I present a quote to this company I.e what paperwork should I add to this quote?

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

Then all I have to worry about is pricing it lol

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I have quoted 100`s of jobs before and i just send the quote on a company Letterhead if they want any further information they will let you know very rarely do ,might ask for public libelty

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^

 

About right.

 

Letterhead,

Quote for work they want with option of a more detailed quote if necessary and I include information like I'm insured for 5mil, I don't charge VAT etc.

 

Yesterday, and yes this is true, I gave a potential customer their quote on the back of a flyer in scribbled handwriting, and the contract will bring in a couple of hundred a month if I get it. lol. I thought, well straight forward no messing. So far it looks positive just waiting for the call :D

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