you missed out reveals so now you have to go back to the drawing board and re-calculate your figures, gonna be a tough one :RpS_sneaky:Measure the square meterage divide it by the amount of bags of plaster required. Plus the amount of internal and external angles. Halve that then plus 1 for every year above 5 years experience. That's your hourly rate just a case of figuring out how many hours per job then.
well nicky ,clemo sums it up perfectly and also got you weighed up, and judging by your reply to clemo you have an awful lot to learn, ... bottom line is this no wonder you are busy and have a lot of work on charging those prices, I can imagine the plasterers in Swansea wont be to happy about it either, and you want a price guide off the plasterers on this forum ,not asking much are you ,Lol 30 a day thats 2 much for a clown like u.
hi Nicky,I'm pretty quick on the tools I have been doing this 5 years it's not like I've just started.. Just wanted advice of people on here but that seems to be hard as everyone on here thinks there God and was never in my position starting out.. They all became pros over night by the sound of it..
How can you say they are extreme. He must be getting work so id suggest not. Youre ******* the trade up for lads in your area. Its not difficult to work out a price. Keep adding More to your day rate until you start losing more jobs than you are winningThey told me it should be more but there in other trades and have been doing it for years my dads day rate prices are imo extreme.. So I just wanted advice of people in the same trade as me?