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#155880 02/21/05 08:27 AM
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A-line if you don't mind me asking how much for 1 plug?

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#155881 02/21/05 10:44 AM
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15a 120v receptacle up to 25ft. from existing power source. Romex cable only.
Old work with 1gang plastic cut-in box, 25ft. romex cable, 1 duplex receptacle, cover plate, wirenuts and staples.
Indoor installation.
Price $165.00

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#155882 02/21/05 11:36 AM
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thank's a-line we are right about the same price list.

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A-line, how much would the same set-up be in EMT?

Thanks.


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#155884 02/22/05 02:38 AM
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1/2in. EMT 120v 15a receptacle up to 20ft. Surface mount indoor non-gfci $195
For GFCI recepatcle $220

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I don't know if I would put too much faith in my prices. I'm a one man shop starting out and learning. I think my prices may be on the low side.

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A-line where are you located?

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West Haven, Utah USA
Just north of Salt Lake City

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A-line, I', also a 1-man gang just startin out (with a helper sometimes). Do you have a flat-rate price sheet you go by for sales such as those? If so, do you have some sort of "out clause" in case of some obscure breaker panel?

Thanks for the info.


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#155889 02/23/05 12:01 AM
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"A number of companies using price sheets, do not understand the need to adjust for job conditions."


I would think those companies would lose alot of cash!

Do you have a sample sheet I could take a look at?

Thanks. RTW


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