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Old 10-27-2013, 06:27 AM   #1
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What would the typical supply & install, cost/m2 for comparision be for the following methods of insulating ductwork?
- 25mm rigid mineral fibre slab
- duct wrap, flexiable blanket type

very approximate, struggling to find any data on this - thanks in advance.

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Old 08-11-2016, 06:50 AM   #2
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if your actual labor cost, including insurance and commissions, is $400 and your materials are $300, your total cost to do the job is $700. Mark that up so you get a net profit of 30 percent by dividing $700 by 0.70, and you get an increase of $300, for a total customer cost of $1,000. Set your overall markup percentage based on your break-even point to ensure that the job makes enough to pay your bills and, hopefully, makes a profit for the company.
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if your actual labor cost, including insurance and commissions, is $400 and your materials are $300, your total cost to do the job is $700. Mark that up so you get a net profit of 30 percent by dividing $700 by 0.70, and you get an increase of $300, for a total customer cost of $1,000. Set your overall markup percentage based on your break-even point to ensure that the job makes enough to pay your bills and, hopefully, makes a profit for the company.
Thats good advice
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