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Getting ready to bid a job painting 57 bathrooms at motel about 5×7 one coat they are buying all supplies, but don’t know what to charge.

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  1. Please browse thru previously answered questions on this subject… it has been answered many times! Thank You…

  2. Here are some key factors to consider in order to determine a fair and competitive price:

    1. Labor Costs: Calculate the number of hours it will take to paint each bathroom, factoring in preparation, actual painting, and cleanup time. Consider the skill level required for the job and ensure that your hourly rate reflects this.

    2. Material Costs: Even though the motel is supplying the materials, you may still incur some additional material costs such as brushes, rollers, tape, and other miscellaneous supplies. Take these costs into account when determining your overall bid.

    3. Overhead Costs: Include overhead expenses such as insurance, transportation, equipment maintenance, and any other business costs you need to cover in order to complete the job successfully.

    4. Profit Margin: It’s important to set a profit margin that is fair for both you and the client. Consider industry standards and your level of expertise when determining the percentage of profit you want to make on the job.

    5. Market Value: Research what other painting contractors are charging for similar jobs in your area to ensure that your bid is competitive while still allowing you to make a profit.

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