Basement remodeling on a single family home, creating about 1000 ft^2 of new living area, including a home office, den, wetbar, bath, and laundry room. Metal stud framing, would be wired with BX. Wiring work consists of:
30 recessed lights (one in a shower stall), controlled from 8 locations, 25 duplex recepts., 5 hardwired smoke detectors (tied into house alarm), and possibly a 240V line for the dryer, if it isn't gas. All works out to 11 homeruns to the panel (Sq. D), in which there is sufficient space/ampacity. I have to supply all the fixtures/trims. General contractor taking care of permits, etc.
May try to sell them on networking/CATV/phone/audio stuff as well as a proper surge protector for the office equipment but that wasn't in the quote request.
$3400 + the cost of fixtures/materials is the price I'd give if I were doing them a personal favor/discount. At $200 per opening (can, recep, switch, alarm) + fixtures/alarms I am below the going union bid for a job....at least that's what the general tells me
I try not to work for "friends" but, try this $5975.00 plus permit fees, which can range from $45.00 to $100.00+. That's a "decent" recess with trim and bulb, Decora devices in base colors, GFI's were req. "wet bar" shower etc., dryer line at 30 amp, and hard wired 120 volt detectors w/battery b/u. What do you think??