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Yes you measure and multiply the m2 by the amount you want per m2.

http://www.differencebetween.com/difference-between-square-meters-and-vs-meters-squared/

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I know that I know how to get area of a wall aNd of the ceiling. But do I have to measure every wall separate by itself? Example,Yes you measure and multiply the m2 by the amount you want per m2.

Room is 2.8m wide by 1.8m so if I multiply those together I can get the area of the ceiling and if I measure one of the walk and multiply it by the walk height I can get the area of that wall and then cause I know the opposite wall is the same I multiply by 2 and same for other walls, would that be correct or is there a better faster

method

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Just in general, what the method is for pricing a job. Other than the way I said. It doesn't matter how much per square metre I can figure that out my self just what method do you use to give a priceIs this site work your pricing? Or domestics?

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If your not going to be helpful f**k off, I've always let "the boss" take care of pricing, as I was only ever getting paid from the neck down, now I do have basic understanding of measuring and how to get an area but I know there is an actual method for plastering pricing. Some people go by time and multiply it by how much they need a day but there is a mathematical way of doing this and I'd like to hear from anyone experienced enough in pricing to explain the method or methods for doing so, you useless troll14 years and your asking that pmsl

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Can't need it for development of business plan, like I can only guess doing by day rate and that's not good enough need to be exact on method of pricing,the easiest way is to do it by your day rate or an hourly rate which ever you prefer

My advice would be pack up plastering and work in tescosCan't need it for development of business plan, like I can only guess doing by day rate and that's not good enough need to be exact on method of pricing,

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AGAIN if you have been plastering 14years unless you are thick as pig s**t you would know.

It really isn't difficult

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OK so it's the way I already stated before in my earlier post? Is it? When I work for someone else I only get paid from neck down like I said I don't get paid to use my head, just to plaster, so why don't you enlighten me? How do you measure up a job?AGAIN if you have been plastering 14years unless you are thick as pig s**t you would know.

It really isn't difficult

You must be a rubbish plasterer

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Have you nothing better to do BobYou must be a rubbish plasterer

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Thank you but I know my rate, and I've seen people measuring the square metre of the floor of a house and pricing like that but that doesn't seem to taking account of the walls, I'm looking for a quick mathematical way of measuring up total surface to be plastered in a house including ceiling with one calculation, instead of measuring the area of the floor to get the ceiling area by m2 and then the same with the walls, do you know of any other method cause doing the way I just said takes agesKnow your metre rate and buy a digital laser measure. They calculate the area and are very quick and the better ones are accurate. Our hire a QS.

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How is no one getting this, I have a good grasp of mathematics and when I work for someone else it's a day rate not by metre, now I need to know if anyone can describe to of in detail how to price up a job with one mathematical equationIf you don't know the basics of measuring up after 14 yrs,you boss must have been robbing you blind. Oh boss I've done 100 m2 this week,No you haven't its 75m2

Unless your doing massive areas it takes 1 minute max per room.

If your doing big areas common sense would say buy something that does it for you.

You mention a business development plan... You only need one of these if your looking for big funding to be a big contractor and to be honest and this is constructive criticism if you can't work out the quick way of measuring areas your business plan is nowhere near ready!

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NoThank you but I know my rate, and I've seen people measuring the square metre of the floor of a house and pricing like that but that doesn't seem to taking account of the walls, I'm looking for a quick mathematical way of measuring up total surface to be plastered in a house including ceiling with one calculation, instead of measuring the area of the floor to get the ceiling area by m2 and then the same with the walls, do you know of any other method cause doing the way I just said takes ages

Easy.

Fuk me this still raging lol

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