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#9377 - 04/26/02 08:58 PM Growing Pains...Thining Hair!
arseegee Offline

Registered: 01/28/02
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Loc: Statesboro, GA USA
Hey guys, need some help/info. I have just turned in bids for a restaurant and a school. Needless to say I crosseyed because I am bidding by hand. Since I'm primarily a residential contractor, I have not bought a bidding program yet. With out having to take out a second mortgage, what software should I look at and what could I expect to pay. Along with running the crews, meeting with customers and all the other good stuff, these late night take-offs are killing me.

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#9378 - 04/27/02 12:25 PM Re: Growing Pains...Thining Hair!
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Arseegee, Try this link to a previous forum It should have what you need. As far as the cost goes any where from about $700.00 to as much as you are willing to pay.

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