Re: Questions before I even go look at this one
I have done a lot of remodel/ re[pair work over the past 25 years. Here is my expectation of various customers. IT is the little old lady you have to worry about. that is a general rule. Most commercial type locations are already familiar with the cost of maintenance and that is pretty much what this woudl be considered. They should also already be aware that delayed maintenance is higher cost maintenance. They pay thousands fo dollars a year to keep things cleaned, polished and in working order. I would put together a bid that paid myself well and just give it to them. It's pretty hard to shock a commercial location. they play in an area that has costs far higher than the average person is used to hearing. Replacement of a door in your house would be about $150. for a commercial location. $1500. and that difference is normal. Totally different door to a totally different code. Make sure you know what you are getting into though. If it is an historical building or anything you are getting into federal regulations that will bankrupt you. If you are not going to do repairs make sure they understand that you will have to cut out what you have to cut out and they will have to get the repairs done when you are gone. That or live with bees entering their building.
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