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    Aside from my car shop I am also a real estate developer and own a 100 man construction company. I am usually pretty good with my pricing..

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    ^^ Your pricing was right on the money.

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    thanks guys, I submitted my price based on the fact that I'm not a "professional" and I shall see what happens....like I said this is nothing major, just someone who saw my work and wanted a small room done, this isn't my career, I really enjoy hands on work (cars, houses, boats etc) so it's almost like therapy for me! If I do the job I'll be sure to post pics when done!
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    Hardwood cost me I think $7/sqft (not including the stairs, that was a lot more).

    I am not sure how much laminate is but I assume a little less than that. A small room should be a pretty quick job. Last year I did my whole basement in laminate.

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    the $7/sqft should have been material + labor.

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    We start out at $2.50 and go up to $4.00 for labor only

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    Quote Originally Posted by thuff331 View Post
    We start out at $2.50 and go up to $4.00 for labor only
    Its about right. If u wonder why the different pricing when its the same work... it's because u normally would give a less price if the job is somewhere around 1000 sq/ft or more. If u got there just for a room u can ask for a little more per sq/ft

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyRuskie View Post
    the $7/sqft should have been material + labor.
    Yessir it was.

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    my engineered glue down floor was $5 /sqft. with the glue, plus buying the materials on top of that. just under 900 I think for 180 sqft.

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    Glue is very expensive for engineered hardwood.

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