when I put in an estimate for a deck or house restoration job I put every item on a line. Everything is separate, stain, deck strip, deck prep for stain, stain deck, supplies, Etc. when a customer sees where their money is going they tend to understand why it costs so much.
Kinda like when you have two car lots, one with the prices on the cars and one without. Which one are you going to first?I understand the price list, but I'm missing the point on how it helps you control your market. Maybe my newbie-ness is getting in the way. I would love to learn how something like this may help he grow or give me an edge.
I do similar for my residential. I had a customer who wasn't sure how much he wanted cleaned. I gave him line itemed pricing on a garage, driveway, sidewalk, patio, and house exterior. I gave him the list, including breakedown (rate x size) and let him pick and choose. Ultimately, he decided to have me clean it all.
I don't know what you're doing then. It's usually 2 or 2.5 for a single person with 5.5 gpm for us. But we are also getting more money than on your price list. Maybe the parking lots are bigger here.
How about you work one up Lou , I'll look it over for you.
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with the fast food since they're getting done somewhat often ..and they get dirty so fast again
i'm guessing this is not a taj maha type of job? like just clean up kinda quick for the prices? is
this what the gm's expect or do they expect perfect in these fast food places?