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post #1 of Old 04-13-2011, 06:37 PM Thread Starter
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Help with restaurant bid

I had a walk through with the owner today, the total square footage is 7,500

1500 sq ft Kitchen
lounge area
sushi bar
large regular bar
private party room
large dining room
2 bathrooms
35 booths/tables - need to wipe down
Floors- mostly wood, tile in kitchen, carpet in private party room

This will be a one-time cleaning.... Any help will be greatly appreciated
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post #2 of Old 04-13-2011, 06:42 PM
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impossible without a rough idea of the amount of carpet and the layout. will you have to move tables n chairs, what kind of condition is it in etc...

around here if you do a really good job you can bill $85-110/hr for hot water extraction which you could divide pretty easy into sq/ft

in fact, in a lot of restaurants i estimate my time more than i do actual size.

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Help with restaurant bid

I would have to move chairs only on the wood floor surface. ( which is the large lounge area and the large bar area.)The carpeted rooms will need vacuumed only. It is alot of glass to clean behind the bars...
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i can't really relate to the pricing. i've never cleaned glass at a resturant and would really pitch cleaning ALL the carpet. dirt, dustmites and grime settle in and should be extracted frequently in a commercial app.

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Bid high! Kitchens can be a real pain in the rear! Do you have a truck mount or a pressure washer for the kitchen floors? The area under and around the bar can be tough as well. Good luck.
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I think you should charge per work and not per hour . It allows you to add more proffit on top !


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Do another walk-thru and estimate "high" on the amount of time its going to take you to complete this job. Think of a "high" wage $35./hr. for yourself and $20./hr. for your partner. Bill $55./man hr. There is alot of different types of cleaning going on here. Many different types of equipment and supplies needed. You want to be compensated for your time spent at the location. Don't forget to include supplies and travel time (gas) in your bid. This job could take between 5-7 hrs. to complete with a partner. Think high.

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Well dear it is quite difficult to estimate the cost without visiting the venue. You can estimate the overall price by evaluating the cost of interior and the condition of building. Anyways, I need to know about some Boston restaurants where I can get best Thai food for my birthday party. Can you help?

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Well dear it is quite difficult to estimate the cost without visiting the venue. You can estimate the overall price by evaluating the cost of interior and the condition of building. Anyways, I need to know about some Boston restaurants where I can get best Thai food for my birthday party. Can you help?
i had to read your comment by quoting it. I don't think that colored font is gonna help somebody with anything. I suggest you keep it nice and clean.
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