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MD Marketers
PostPosted: Mon Mar 10, 2014 6:22 am 
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BiLdA BoyZ

Structures (foundation to ringbeam, labor only, no plastering, no internal walls):
Flats:
1 Bedroom - 30'x30' - $50k
2 Bedrooms - 40'x30' - $70k
3 Bedrooms - 50'x30' - $90k
Upstairs & Downstairs:
2 Bedroom - 30'x20' - $90k
3 Bedroom - 30'x30' - $120k
4 Bedroom - 30'x40' - $150k

No Extremely Large Upfront Payments required (Pay as we build)
2-3 months construction time

Sample Prices & Services Offered:
    Whole house Plastering $15k upwards
    Whole house Tiling $6k Upwards
    Whole house Roofing $15k upwards
    Gypsum/PVC/Suspended Ceiling $6k upwards
    House Painting $6k upwards
    Electricals $7k upwards (whole house)
    Plumbing $4k upwards (whole house)
    Cespit & Soakaway $5k
    Perimeter Walls $7k upwards
    Driveways $3k upwards
    Internal Walls $3k upwards
    Tree Cutting
    Grass/Bush Cutting
    Yard Maintainance
    Artistic Landscaping Design
All labour quotes & material lists are free following a free site visit (serious customers only & only the first quote is free). Whole house quotes cost $400.

I'll let the pics do the talking. See Below

Workers wanted 24/7. No room for dishonest people.

Sample Quotation:
BiLdA BoyZ Ltd.

Contractor: BiLdA BoyZ Ltd.
Address: #35 1st St. Ext. Saint Fabian Rd. Spring-land Gasparillo
Owner's Name: Shane Mahabirsingh/ Marc Gonzales
Customer Name: Mr. John Doe
Location: Sangre Grande, Trinidad
Re: Quotation for Land Preparation, Foundation, Blocks/Plastering/Doors/Windows, Roofing, Electrical, Plumbing, Ceiling, Tiling, Counters & Painting.
Roughly 41*32 2 story extension in Sangre Grande.

Payment Terms & Quotation/Contract:

Labor:
60% Upfront
40% Completion
On each phase/job

Materials (Optional)
100% Upfront
On each phase/Job

Phases/Jobs:

Foundation:
Labour Cost $40,700
Materials/Transport Cost $60,800
Scope: Source, Load, Offload, Demolish and remove debris, Line Up, Jack Hammer Butts/Trenches, Tie Steel, Dig Butts, Auger 12 piles 10', Cast Piles/butts/trenches, 2 layers 6" blocks & joints loaded, Backfill/Rammed, Lace Steel in floor/Box/Plastic, Hand cast floor, remove boxing
Material List:
40 1*4
40 2*2
20 2*4
$1200 nails/wire
4 Tons steel
5 Loads Gravel
5 Pallets Cement
1000 Blocks
10 loads backfill
2 loads sand
3 rolls brc
2 rolls plastic

Decking:
Labour Cost $41,200
Materials/Transport Cost $68,500
Scope: Source, Load, Offload, Box/Cast Columns, Tie Beams/Step Steel, Box/Cast Beams/Step, Prop/Box Floor/Step, Hand Cast Decking/Step, Remove boxing/Debris
Material List:
5 Loads gravel
5 Pallets cement
80 boxing board
$1200 nails/wire
100 Ply
500 bamboo
80 2*2
40 2*4
30 1*4
Scaffold
4 tons steel

Blockwork:
Labour Cost $46,500
Materials/Transport Cost $40,900
Scope: Source, Load, Offload, Profiles, Blocks, Lintols, Stiffeners
Material List:
13 Pallets bricks
4 half pallets bricks
2 load sand
3 pallet cement
1 load gravel
20 2*4
400 1*4
$800 nails/wire

Electrical:
Labour Cost $15,600
Materials/Transport Cost $18,900
Scope/Material List: Standard; Source, Load, Offload, 6 Lights, 10 plugs, 1 220 plugs, 4 switches, 1 panel, 1 meter, $3000 conduit/wiring

Plumbing:
Labour Cost $9,300
Materials/Transport Cost $12,400
Scope/Material List: Standard; Source, Load, Offload, 4 toilets, 4 showers, 4 face basins, 4 kitchen sinks, 4 laundry fittings

Ring Beam & Roofing:
Labour Cost $46,800
Materials/Transport Cost $56,600
Scope: Standard; Source, Load, Offload, Box Ring Beam, Tie Steel, I-beam Supports/Runners, Z-Purlin rafters, C-Channel, New wave aluzinc sheeting, Flashing, Guttering, Drip Edges, Under Ceiling, Down Pipes, Scaffold

Plastering/Doors/Windows (inside out):
Labour $40,500
Materials/Transport Cost $29,700
Scope: Standard; Source, Load, Offload, wall plastering, 11 window edges/installation, 14 doors edges/installation
Material List:
11 Windows
14 Doors/locks/frames
3 load sand
3 pallet cement
30 straight edges
Scaffold

4 apartments Ceiling:
Labour Cost $13,200
Materials/Transport Cost $15,200
Scope: standard; source, load, offload, framing, tiling, fixture modifications

4 apartments Tiling:
Labour Cost $30,800
Materials/Transport Cost $38,300
Scope: standard; source, load, offload, floor tiling, counter tiling, wall tiling

4 Counters:
Labour Cost $8,600
Materials/Transport Cost $10,100

Painting:
Labour Cost $33,400
Materials Cost $30,300
Scope; source, load, offload, all walls inside out, all windows
Material List:
40 Gallons Primer
80 Gallons Paint
$1200 miscellaneous

Total: $708,300

Payments are due within 24 hours of completion of each job/phase
Estimated duration 2 months
Water & Electricity provided by customer
Tools, Equipment, Labour, Materials, Toilet, Storage, & Scaffold provided by contractor
Anything not listed in the scope of works is considered an adjustment.
Payment indicates satisfaction

N.B: If customer chooses to independently procure materials;
* Any delays with late arrival of materials on Job-Site contributing to downtime of workmen executing works on the project will be billed to the customer accordingly.
* Any materials that is not of the appropriate grade or specification, contributing to additional Labour to carry out works / installation will be charge to the customer accordingly.
* Any misrepresentation or failure to pay upon satisfactory completion, shall result in the customer's name being blacklisted in our many forms of advertising.
* Excess Materials are to be removed by the contractor if given the material contract, otherwise it shall be left for the customer.

Quotation costs $400 as per discussion. To be deducted from Contract cost if the contract is awarded.

References:
Michael Vialva (Lawyer). Past Customer (renovation). Derrick Road Chase Village. 367-8449
Anton Manoo (UWI Lecturer). Past Customer (2 apartment buildings). Railway Rd. Cunupia. 686-4646
Clint Arjoon (owner Trinidad Tent Rentals). Past Customer (5 apartment buildings). Mon Desir. 351-5055
Jason Adams (OSHA Inspector). Past Customer (renovation). Whiteland 491-5243



Regards,
Shane Mahabirsingh
Director BiLdA BoyZ

Here are some average material prices:
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    Gravel (8 yards) $3000
    Sharp Sand (8 yards) $5000
    Sand (8 yards) $700
    Granite $75-$150psf
    Marble $50psf
    Awnings $30-$50psf
    Gypsum tiles $10
    Clay Bricks $5
    4" Concrete Blocks $6
    6" Concrete Blocks $8
    8" Concrete Blocks $11
    Cement $55
    Tin Set $40
    Steel:
      20' 5/8" $63
      20' 1/2" $36
      20' 3/8" $25
      20' 1/4" $9
    BRC:
      6x6 10G $500
      6x6 5G $1300
    Construction plastic $170
    Ply:
      1/2" $170
      5/8 $190
    Door Frames $210
    Doors:
      Steel $500
      Pine $340
      Hollow $225
    Steel Windows:
      1'x2' $150
      4'x2' $290
      4'x3' $390
      4'x4' $450


Black Listed for misrepresentation (Beware)
Nigel Jakie - Arima
Jason Commissiong - Gasparillo
Earl Charles - Diego Martin
Barry Smith - Gasparillo
Dario King - Enterprise


Financial Institutions, Town & Country & Cash Building
What I am about to say is based on my experience and not written in any official books. It is also in response to some of the questions I have been asked here.:

If you are taking a loan, most financial institutions will require that you have the first 2 Town & Country approvals before you start building. This is for them to hold an easily auctioned property as collateral, in the event you are unable to make payments. Therefore the property belongs to the bank until final payment is made.

These institutions will not give you a loan without these first 2 approval. These loans are normally given to you or your builder in part payments based on completion of various stages of your building after inspection from a bank official/loans officer/building inspector. This is the banks form of quality control to ensure that "their building" can secure some sort of resale value.

You can however get personal loans or use other assets as collateral to qualify you for a loan to help you achieve your goals.
Cash customers do not need a Loan or Town & Country approval but most times cannot use their entire property as an Asset (eg. mortgage/collateral) until they get Final Approval from Town & Country (aka Completion Certificate). To this end every house owner should attempt to get a Completion Certificate.

Here are some or the things required to get this certificate:
Electricals must be done to proper standards and present no risk of fire or shock.
Plumbing must show proper Ceptic/Sewrage systems
Drainage must show proper outflow to natural or man made water courses
Access roads & entrances must be available
Distances between house and boundary must be at least 8'
Distance between Public Road & house must be at least 15' (not sure about this one)
Purpose of building must be in sync with its location (eg. Residential building cannot be on agricultural land)

To begin the process of getting Town & Country approvals you will need the following:
Water Access
Electricity Access
Access Road
Nearby Drainage Access
Architects Blueprints/Drawings/Designs/Plans

This needs to be sorted out before applying for the initial Town & Country approvals, which can then be taken to the bank to get a loan.

All these things can only be done if the land belongs to you. This means if you currently do not own the title deed to any land then don't even bother asking the bank for a loan to build a house. The purchasing of land is another topic altogether & I will be writing an extension to this article about it very soon.

I hope this has helped all potential house owners and if anyone knows something I missed please feel free to correct me.

Knowledge is Power


Guesstimates are bad
Again, what I am about to say is from experience and not written in any official books. It is also in response to many of the questions I have been asked here.:

I don't do on the spot guessimates on whole house material lists. Any contractor that does is probably only sure about half the materials and would have a ± 50% price variance from the real value due to factors such as:

1. Ever increasing hardware prices
2. Unforseen structural issues
3. No one is ever truly that well verse in every aspect of construction. Thus resulting in the use of hearsay material estimates in a field of construction he is unsure of. Eg. A Mason cannot give you an accurate electrical quote.

90% of the time you ask a contractor for an estimate he will give you an overpriced estimate to ensure all unforseen expenses are covered on his side. This laziness on his part to do the necessary research ultimately costs the customer way more than the real value of the job.

Any contractor that gives a labour quote before he does the material list normally means he didn't do all the maths necessary behind the structure and gave u a quote based on the prices he charged the last 2 customers with a similar project.

How many of you can boast of hiring a reasonably priced contractor and never run into cost overruns in both materials & labour due to either miscommunication, vagueness of the contract or the unforseen.

Creating a good quote takes time and is never truly perfect, but the more time an experienced builder spends behind them the more accurate it will be.

Quick quotes are usually over priced & are almost never accurate. Inaccurate material lists result in shortages which incur additional costs such as:

1. Extra Transport Costs
2. Extended completion date
3. Increased labour costs due to workers having nothing to do but still being paid.
4. Mistrust between customer & contractor
5. Loss of workers due to men seeking more regular employment with less "stay home days"
6. Bad work due to some contractors using shortcuts to compensate for lack of materials
7. Many more off shoot disadvantages that stem from the above points.

All of the above can be allocated to "quick quotes" or "ball park" quotes. The human mind naturally seeks a course of action that follow the least work to get the job done. When you ask for a "ball park" figure from 3 contractors your mind tends to lean in the direction of the lowest quote. We automatically ignore the fact this isn't the real quote & the fact that we should wait for the real quotes to come in before making a proper decision.

Contractors very rarely will ever quote you a lower figure than the ball park figure you ask for initially unless they know the quotes of the competitors.

Paying for a labour quote without getting a material list is wrong.
Using an experienced builder's material list & giving it to another contractor that is too lazy to work out the material list is even more wrong.
Calling the experienced builder to fix what the lazy builder did wrong "PRICELESS"

I have been giving away endless free quotes for the last year along with free site visits. These things take time and require the site visit to be done first. Feel free to call and schedule the site visit before asking for the material lists & quotes. Respect your builder no matter who he is as you will be entrusting him with your future & in some cases your life savings.

Knowledge is Power.
Have a blessed day all & thanks for reading.



490-7278, 355-2112, 708-8860, 650-5139
tntresearchers@hotmail.com

Shane Mahabirsingh
General Manager
BiLdA BoyZ Ltd.
"Changing the Game"

Directors:
Shane Mahabirsingh
Marc Gonzales


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 10, 2014 8:48 pm 
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Clint - Mon Desir
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Michael - Chase Village
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Javid - Cunupia
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In an effort to improve my construction knowledge base I am offering my experience and advice to the general public with regards to any Construction related questions on this public forum.
It is my strong belief that the fastest way to learn something is to ask a question or be asked a question.
I have always taken a more practical approach to learning since knowledge is unlimited & trying to learn everything at once is a practical improbability. The best method for me is to address a more real & current issue than a theoretical one.
I welcome the challenge & the critics as well. I am not ashamed to be proven wrong so longst as I can gain the right answers that may be put to good use later on.
I also wish many builders would share this same ideology to help improve the quality of construction in this country.
Knowledge should be shared.
Bring it on Folks


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Labour price for a 60x30 foundation only. From digging trench to finished foundation only


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Labour price for a 60x30 foundation only. From digging trench to finished foundation only

$30k give or take


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allyuh need painters I have 10+ yrs in painting............................


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4agze16v wrote:
allyuh need painters I have 10+ yrs in painting............................

In the market for builders not painters


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After researching countless hours on the theories our physicists have put forth and in an effort to answer those questions that are still a mystery I propose the following:

1. Time is Inertia. Time is Dark Matter. Thus reality is predetermined.
2. The universe is in fact slowing down & not speeding up due to implosion.
3. Science has hints in the Direction of a Creator God.

#1
If the world was created in a Big Bang (be it God's big bang or not). One of the elements of such a bang is force which gives birth to inertia. Thus setting in course a series of motions which is what we see today as TIME. It is being proven daily by scientists that everyday decision by creatures that "live" can be attributed to a physical reaction based on Epigenomes & Envionmental Interactions (our actions are predeterminned based on the bombardment of information based on our vey DNA passed down from generation to generation as a result of inertia/time/events). Every future event must therefore follow a series of events and are therefore never truly independent including our very own decision making process.

Some scientists claim they cannot see what is called "Dark Matter" but assume that it makes up 75% of the Universe. It is also assumed that it is the most powerful force in the universe as this is attributed to be the cause of the Universe expanding over "time". Thus proving Einstein's theory of Relativity wrong? Which brings us to my next point the "Big Implosion".

#2
If I could coin the term then I would call it the "Big Implosion". If time is inertia and inertia is linked by some invisible force which we have yet to observe then it is being stretched immensely due to the "Big Bang". Eventually it will implode in on itself as with all explosions of this type. Currently the fasest known thing is light. Light is what we use to measure the speed at which the universe is expanding based on the movements of objects farther out in the universe compared to that which are closer. If however the speed of implosion is faster than the speed of light then it would bring light back to us faster than light itself. Now what if implosion has already set in? This would make the edge of our vision of the universe (not the real edge of the universe) appear to be expanding faster than objects closer to the center. Thus giving us the illusion that the universe is in fact expanding faster & faster everyday. Hence Einstein was right & Hubble was wrong, the universe is slowing down, but not only that but it is also Imploding. To bet against Einstein was never a good idea.

Today's scientists claim that there is something called "Dark Matter" and they also claim that it defies the very laws of nature & physics that our most reknown scientists have figured out & we have all come to accept. In my theory Dark Matter is simply inertia and would therefore follow all our known laws of physics. If we had another method of measuring the distance of celestial bodies other than light years & the luminosity theory this would be a lot easier to prove.

Another food for thought may be the fact that this very same universe (and many others like it) has Imploded & Exploded many times before and will continue many times in the future. Also in keeping with Einstein's theory that matter cannot be destroyed but it can be transformed. Time can then be classified as "the movement of matter within the universe". The universe itself cannot actually grow in volume but only in size. What exists outside of the universe would then be the absence of matter. Thus time cannot exist outside of the universe. Only a being that does not consist of matter and hence is not bound by the laws of matter (time) can exist outside of these universes. Such a being would be Omnipotent & without beginning nor end & may therefore have the power to create matter out of nothing. This being would not be bound by our Universes natural laws of physics and can therefore not be judged/decribed by our laws. Such a being would then fit the description of God as reffered to in all standard dictionaries.
On an even deeper side note:
If the word "God" represents Omnipotence & Overall governance over all that exists then it does not necessarily have to mean one God. An example of this would be the P.P government of Trinidad & Tobago is one government but consists of multiple beings. Thus we can all vote for "One Governemt" with multiple leaders same as we can all worship "One God" with multiple beings make up that one God. Therefore the theory of Monotheistic and Polytheistic religions do not necessarily have to contradict each other with regards to the concept of "God" only the way they worship/follow him would differ.

To go even deeper: If God is the creator of matter/time and time is thus predetermined then it is true to say that God is responsible for everything in the universe as he permitted everything that has ever happened/is happening/will ever happen the instant he created it. If everything is predetermined then asking "God" to change a predtermined event (eg. The possible death of a loved one) is not going to happen. Hence many of us blame God when things go bad and also thank him when they go good as God is inevitably responsible. Being the creator God also knows that placing guiders at an earlier point in time will cause our beliefs and understanding of everything to be moulded to allow us to make informed decisions. In essence God also created sin as well, be it as a method of teaching us & filter us for some more greater agenda later on in God's grand scheme of things. By the way Good/Evil is an abstract concept and has no bearings on the natural laws of physics of nature for that matter. In fact nature seems to have 2 main rules: Survival & Thriving. These 2 rules are something we as humans have perfected & has not only shaped our History but also the entire planet. We are the result of Nature's finest work and years of selective evolution.
If the theory of implosion is true then destruction can set in this very second (end of days) and we would not have any man made method to predict it. However there may be one saving grace: If God really did put guides & warnings embedded in the pre-determined fabric of time then it would be evident in almost all messages encoded in our most popular religions from time immemorial & mind you it is there. My biggest question now becomes what is "God's" purpose for doing all of this in comparison to not letting it happen at all. What is the purpose of it all.

To believe that this is all mere coincident & not guided by some greater force although possible is not scientifically ethical. Thus science has more reason to believe god exists than not to. It's more plausible that god exists than to believe in those theories of multiverses, multidimensions & time reversal which are plaguing those science channels these days.

Again these are just my thoughts based on some research I was conducting and not an official statement from any scientific organisation. I would love to debate this if anyone would care to join in.


Knowledge is Power

Regards,

Shane Mahabirsingh


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Tuners let's Buy Back Trinidad & Tobago

          ☼♫♪☻☺PROJECT BBTT☺☻♪♫☼

Project conceptualized Wed Oct 17, 2012 8:24 pm

The price of owning a property in this country is too ridiculous. Very soon only the rich will be able to own land in T&T and the rest of us will just have to rent. The poor will continue to get poorer and the rich get richer.

We have embarked on a project that will purchase huge amounts of extremely low priced unoccupied lands in Trinidad & Tobago & redistribute the lots to the project's shareholders for the lowest prices possible. Through this same power of collective bargaining we intend to build affordable housing and create profitable businesses within the community to the benefit of the respective shareholders whilst creating local employment opportunities.

This project will be decided by you the shareholders via a democratic process.

Phase 1 of Project BBTT will be seeking to sell shares to aid in the purchase of large amounts of easily accessible flat residential land that will be redistributed amongst our shareholders. There will be a minimum and maximum limit for share ownership per person to ensure all shareholders are given an opportunity to get at least 1 lot in the project. Shares will be sold in the order number of your pledges only after Phase 1 estimates and valuations are complete.

Everything will be done transparently. All Invoices, Documents & Fees regarding BBTT will be posted online for all parties involved to peruse on a daily basis. All financial decisions will be put to a vote via an online quorum right here on Tuner.

Estimated time between buying shares and owning a registered deed (Phase 1) is less than 2 months (Depends on the excise process)

As I said before this project will be totally run by you the Shareholders and not the Management. Every major decision will be put to a vote for you to decide. Management is simply there to carry out your bidding. For further details see the links below:

PROPOSED PHASES
PROPOSED STRATEGY
PROPOSED PROPERTIES
PROPOSED TEAM - Vacancies Inside
PLEDGERS - 36 & growing
CONCERNS
INSPIRATION


Regards,

Shane Mahabirsingh
Founder of Project BBTT

Sugestions welcomed.

Details will be added after discussions with the Directors and Shareholders

Phase 1 (estimated duration: 2 months):
    Purchase & Redistribution of land via Registered Deeds

Phase 2 (estimated duration: 6 months):
    Construction of required infrastructure for TC aproval

Phase 3 (estimated duration: 6 months):
    Construction of houses

Phase 4 (estimated duration: 6 months):
    Shareholders' Business Initiatives & Employment Opportunities:
      Grocery
      Pharmacy
      Restaurants
      Recreation Clubs
      Market
      Barber Shops
      Pre-Schools
      Gas Station
      Etc.

Phase 5 (estimated duration: 2 months):
    Gated & Secure Community

Phase 6 (estimated duration: 12 months):
    Health Centers
    Recreation Grounds
    Schools
    Other Utilities

Estimated Total Project Duration: 32 months

The following is the list of Pledger's suggestions to be determined & voted on by Subscribers in any order:

    Select Board of Directors & Treasury Committee
    Select method of raising funds to cover Projects Preliminary costs (subscriptions or fund raisers)
    Select limit for subscribers if we are going that way
    Select a unit share price
    Select if only subscribers will be allowed to purchase shares
    Select minimum & maximum limit for sale of shares to persons
    Select suitable land via certain criteria
    Select Evaluator
    Select Project Designer
    Select Surveyor
    Select a Legal Team
    Select what infrastructure we would like to undertake apart from the necessary ones for TC app.
    Select Contractors for TC approval construction
    Select stipend to pay Directors and Treasury Committee members
    Select value to pay landowners to keep proposed properties off the market
    Select share prices based on the evaluation
    Select subscription fee price
    Select if to seek government assistance or not
    Select a date to start selling shares
    Select method of advertising
    Select method of payment for shares
    Select a price for each lot on the map
    Select a method of applying for each lot
    Select a design to segment lots into blocks
    Select how many lots to leave vacant apart from the normal T&C requirements

Thanks for participating.

Regards,

Shane Mahabirsingh


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Are those prices labour only?


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Are those prices labour only?

Yes they are


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MD Marketers wrote:
sc@rf@ce wrote:
Labour price for a 60x30 foundation only. From digging trench to finished foundation only

$30k give or take



Is that mixing concrete or readymix?


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sc@rf@ce wrote:
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Labour price for a 60x30 foundation only. From digging trench to finished foundation only

$30k give or take


Is that mixing concrete or readymix?


Readymix
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What area are you all from, do work in South?


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What area are you all from, do work in South?

Gasparillo. We work anywhere.


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MD Marketers wrote:
sc@rf@ce wrote:
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sc@rf@ce wrote:
Labour price for a 60x30 foundation only. From digging trench to finished foundation only

$30k give or take


Is that mixing concrete or readymix?


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LOL fuh real


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good prices, workmanship looks great and excellent marketing


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Don't know you...but great way to market yourself. ...free estimates are even better. Prices are great as well in my opinion.


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Don't know you...but great way to market yourself. ...free estimates are even better. Prices are great as well in my opinion.


Thanks bro. Just adding a more modern touch to an ancient occupation :)


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Always nice to give my support to a fellow entrepreneur with a fresh outlook and vision in the marketplace!

Hold a bump up!

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Always nice to give my support to a fellow entrepreneur with a fresh outlook and vision in the marketplace!

Hold a bump up!

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Thanks Buddy. I have a lot of support on Tuner and some of them also working with me. It's a powerful & young team.


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The first spoiler for the quotes...is that labour only? Whts the final cost of the house...im looking to build in a few months an this size is wht im looking to build


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The first spoiler for the quotes...is that labour only? Whts the final cost of the house...im looking to build in a few months an this size is wht im looking to build

Yes it's labour only.
Take the detailed material to your nearest hardware if you want a material price.
The 3rd spoiler has some old prices for referencing but prices are always changing so be warned


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The first spoiler for the quotes...is that labour only? Whts the final cost of the house...im looking to build in a few months an this size is wht im looking to build

Yes it's labour only.
Take the detailed material to your nearest hardware if you want a material price.
The 3rd spoiler has some old prices for referencing but prices are always changing so be warned

are those the materials that you would use, or will there be more?


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