How to price up a job

flynnyman

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It's just been explained if it's a house measure it from the outside length times width will give you ceilings upstairs and down stairs so times it by two. The same for the walls measure all the way round then times it by the height ie 2.4 times two but check heights first coz upstairs is sometimes higher. Then measure the walls internally and times the length by the height. Take out doors which are usuallyt 1.8 but remember to do it twice for both sides of the wall. Leave the windows in and measure straight through to compensate reveals and beads. Now chill the f**k out we are not the citizens advise we come on here to chill, take the piss and argue oh and the odd time help someone if they don't get shirty at the banter xx
 

Marshy

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zolco

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It's just been explained if it's a house measure it from the outside length times width will give you ceilings upstairs and down stairs so times it by two. The same for the walls measure all the way round then times it by the height ie 2.4 times two but check heights first coz upstairs is sometimes higher. Then measure the walls internally and times the length by the height. Take out doors which are usuallyt 1.8 but remember to do it twice for both sides of the wall. Leave the windows in and measure straight through to compensate reveals and beads. Now chill the f**k out we are not the citizens advise we come on here to chill, take the piss and argue oh and the odd time help someone if they don't get shirty at the banter xx
Now I feel bad I measure through doors and all

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A.plasterer

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Man I can measure a room out on prob and get metres squared but I was looking for a method a mathematical method of coming up with entire surface area to be plastered, Jesus lads read the question
Just sussed out who you are :estudioso:
Go easy on him lads
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SeanJ16

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It's just been explained if it's a house measure it from the outside length times width will give you ceilings upstairs and down stairs so times it by two. The same for the walls measure all the way round then times it by the height ie 2.4 times two but check heights first coz upstairs is sometimes higher. Then measure the walls internally and times the length by the height. Take out doors which are usuallyt 1.8 but remember to do it twice for both sides of the wall. Leave the windows in and measure straight through to compensate reveals and beads. Now chill the f**k out we are not the citizens advise we come on here to chill, take the piss and argue oh and the odd time help someone if they don't get shirty at the banter xx
Snd I've figured out my own way, sorry didn't know this site was for kids
 

Fatarm

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Snd I've figured out my own way, sorry didn't know this site was for kids
Cheeky bastaad....:mad:....highly trained.professionals on here mate....anyway youve had your fun so fuckk off now...Im away for a shot on the swings..then the chute(y)......If i can get flynny and plasterman off it.....i love a go in the chute:love:
 
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