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I need help on a construction cleaning bid :cry:WHAT ARE THE GOING RATE PER SQ FT. IN OHIO :censored: THANKS!:thumbsup:
 

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hello room can u please tell me what the going rate in florida per sq ft construction cleanup???Thanx, Orlando
 

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Whats involved? Drywall? Carpentry? Dose it involve clean sweeping the floors? I don't know about the rest of theses guy's / Gal's but I need more info to try and help you.
I scrap new construction drywall trimmings in Indiana and I might be able to help you with that. Although I am able to ask for more than my competition due to the quality of the work we do and the fact that we do mostly middle to high end homes.
Are you talking about lot clean-ups? We price that by the job.
 

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I live up by Anderson but we work in Marion and Hamilton Co. Mostly.
Of course we will go anywhere there is work with in a 70 miles or so.
I have lawn care equipment. a pressure washer and a whole farms worth of other equipment but I don't really go after those kinds of jobs at the moment.

I also own Roy's Recycling Inc. We recycle drywall into a soil amendment for farmers to use in their fields. The local paper just did a story on us.
http://www.heraldbulletin.com/homenews/local_story_200174942.html
 

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Very interesting, so do you buy old drywall if someone were to bring you a load?
Are you kidding me?

No I don't pay. I charge less than the dump to receive clean drywall trimmings though.
This is not a get rich quick scheme. Start up costs for this business have exceeded $55,000.00 dollars and I have six years of research plus two years of work obtaining all the waste management and zoning permits.
Indiana Department of Environmental Management has strict rules governing the processing and distribution of Drywall/Gypsum.

Why would I pay for drywall scraps when it costs between $35.00 and $45.00 per ton to dump them at landfills and transfer stations?
 

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:gunsmilie::gun_bandana: Barry:boxing: :tank:

Barry, how dare you not know the structure of that man's business! LOL
So if you found out that the run off water from washing decks could be used and sold for some other purpose would you not be surprised to hear some one say.... well hey if you pay me I'll let you wash my deck so you can have the run off to sell.

Give me a break. I'M new here not new to the planet.
 

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So if you found out that the run off water from washing decks could be used and sold for some other purpose would you not be surprised to hear some one say.... well hey if you pay me I'll let you wash my deck so you can have the run off to sell.

Give me a break. I'M new here not new to the planet.
Man, chill dude! He was just asking a question...since he didn't know what all was involved, he asked.

Now, if someone else washed a deck, collected the runoff, and wanted to sell it to me for less than I could re-sell it for, would that be surprising?

No one suggested you were new to the planet, he just asked a question. Get a grip.
 

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You can't hear tones of someones voice in print. If you could you only would have heard a matter of fact tone from me. If I had lost my grip I would have posted in all caps or indicated in some other way that I was using a tone or raising my voice.
Sorry for the misunderstanding.

I do think my analogy was relevant.

Your a tight nit bunch I take it. Sticking up for one another like that. I respect that. I think I'LL take a brake from here for awhile and start over some other time. Have a nice day. :)
 
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