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peterspark70

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hi can any one please give me any advice on quoting for testing a new electrical installation on a office block
should i charge per ciruit and how much or price for dayrate many thanks for your time
cheers peter
 
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WarrenG

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I always price per circuit because if you don't you will probably find addition circuits inside the board and find that you are doing twice the work load than what you have quoted for!

Work to the price that you think you are worth based on how long it will take you to complete the job?
 
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peterspark70

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I always price per circuit because if you don't you will probably find addition circuits inside the board and find that you are doing twice the work load than what you have quoted for!

Work to the price that you think you are worth based on how long it will take you to complete the job?
many thanks for for your advice cheers
 
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