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Thursday, August 11th 2011, 12:00am

by Mitchgo

Pricing works on what ever you feel like - what ever makes you money

Time + Material + overhead + charge = profit

So if $250 a zone works for you then do it.. If $1000 a zone works for you then do it... Good luck!

Wednesday, August 10th 2011, 7:07pm

by golfirr (Guest)

how much to charge

I work at a golf course as the irrigation tech, and I had some of the members come up and ask me if I could look after their system. Start ups/blow outs and fixing anything that’s not working. I’ve also had a member ask if I can install a system for his property. How much do I charge for start ups, fixing problems and blow outs? As for the installation of the new system, how do I quote a fair, but profitable price? Someone told me that a quick quote works out to be $250/head, that’s everything included. If someone is willing to send me their price list for jobs, I will send you my e-mail.
Thank you kindly