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#8441 - 03/22/02 02:45 PM Back to pricing  
eman1963  Offline
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I live in Rhode Island. An average raised ranch style home. i usually charge about $5,000.00 to wire what r others charging for same style house ??????? is my price low or high??????


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#8442 - 03/22/02 03:06 PM Re: Back to pricing  
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Hard to say with out knowing what you are putting in it.. [Linked Image]

James


#8443 - 03/22/02 09:17 PM Re: Back to pricing  
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$100 sq ft for turn key(entire residence0....$3 sq ft for sparky, X2 for plumbers....


#8444 - 03/23/02 08:22 AM Re: Back to pricing  
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Here in central MA going rate seems to be 2-2.25 per square foot wired to code. Add 75 each for recessed light, 75 for closet light, more than three heat zones add more, extra flood lights add more.


#8445 - 03/23/02 09:02 AM Re: Back to pricing  
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Here in North Central WV, most of my quotes work out to $2 to $3 a square foot. Do not bid jobs by the square foot unless you are interested in going broke fast.

However, having a rough idea what the square foot price range should be is a good way to make sure you haven't forgotten something in your takeoff.

At one time, I was involved in manufactured buildings. I kept very detailed records on quotations & here is what I remember. The price per square foot is greatly influenced by the floor plan, especially by kitchen counter layout & wall layout as regards to doors. This could swing the square foot price by 75 cents & this was back in the mid 80's.

Another important factor is the size of the house. That $1200, or whatever, for the 200 amp service is a small charge on a 4000 sf house, but raises the square foot price quickly as the house gets smaller.

Most electricians in my area work out a price per opening. Then we have an adder for dimmers, 3 ways, 4 ways, GFI's, WP GFI's, service, air conditioner feed, you get the picture.

Keep the following in mind, the first thing to do is to disable the subtraction key on your calculator. [Linked Image]

Tom

[This message has been edited by Tom (edited 03-23-2002).]


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