Plasterers

lol bullies I'm just saying I go quote a private job that's is a days work at a price of 130 and other main stream plastering company's are moaning saying that why we got no work round here what a shame what do u all think
 

gps

Well-Known Member
lol bullies I'm just saying I go quote a private job that's is a days work at a price of 130 and other main stream plastering company's are moaning saying that why we got no work round here what a shame what do u all think



I think you are mugging yourself off
 

algeeman

It’s A Boy
lol bullies I'm just saying I go quote a private job that's is a days work at a price of 130 and other main stream plastering company's are moaning saying that why we got no work round here what a shame what do u all think

i think your on the wrong forum
 

PlasterCraftDundee

Well-Known Member
I think 16.25 an hour is a shocking rate for a time served tradesmen and it's people like you who will keep prices low. If you are self employed you have to be charging a minimum 200 a day for a decent wage and to cover expenses van, fuel, insurance etc

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Beenereb4

Active Member
lol bullies I'm just saying I go quote a private job that's is a days work at a price of 130 and other main stream plastering company's are moaning saying that why we got no work round here what a shame what do u all think
You've made me feel guilty for charging £350 for half a days work yesterday, I'll refund the customer tomorrow. NOT
 

Cockney1

Well-Known Member
It's a doggy dog world mate kids and bills to pays it's had to be done sorry yh before tax
It's people like you that are f**k**g it for honest hard working blokes that are trying to run a small business and keep their heads above water. What a CLOWN!!! :boxeador:
 

GypsumSnorter

Active Member
Each to their own I suppose, there`s being a good plasterer and then there`s being a good businessman

Add into that trying to be a good Husband/partner and also a Father providing for any kids
Loads of variables to take into consideration, are you going in low and wanting to always be in work but maybe not be able to stick much cash by for a rainy day?
Or do you hold it to a higher rate and aspire to having a nice pad in a good area like @Beenereb4 said?

Look after the trade and it will look after you
 

CeeVee

Well-Known Member
Just do yourself a favour.
Have a bit of self worth.
If you're good youll get the work.
Just put your prices up.
 

Rossi46

Private Member
It's a doggy dog world mate kids and bills to pays it's had to be done sorry yh before tax
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