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Old 06-19-2020, 10:51 PM   #1
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Hi Guys,

I am Bryan and I am new to the forum. I hope everyone is doing well.
My sister is about to have her basement drain line demo'd about 25' of cast iron and it will be replaced with 6" PVC pipe . About 5 fittings in total including a house trap (6") also with clean outs .. Also the cost of clean up included with it all. The pipe sits about 4' in the air, running along a stone wall.

I am hoping she isn't getting ripped off so I was hoping ya"ll can help me so I can pass the info on .

Just want to know what she should be charged.. Im in PA the north east side of pa

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My sister is about to have her basement drain line demo'd ..................
Just want to know what she should be charged............


I'll do it for a handy every friday evening for the next year. I need three upfront as a deposit. In this case she holds onto the deposit.




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Skornesa,
Instead of listening to your opinion, how about I put on some cartoons for you, and get you a juice box?


Oh and the other guy, I fit right in then huh? I'm a UA Journeyman Sprinkler fitter so I feel I'm qualified.
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Oh and the other guy, I fit right in then huh? I'm a UA Journeyman Sprinkler fitter so I feel I'm qualified.

Well in that case read the rules and post an intro. A detailed intro, A one liner won't cut it. No intro we assume you are a DIY or handy hack so balls are busted.






Are you an employee, apprentice, journeyman, business owner?

Tell us if you had to go to trade school. How long?

How many hours or steps(1/2/3/4) before you become a journeyman?

What trade certificate do you have, plumbing, gas, oil, pipe fitter etc? How did you get them, exams, courses, or free in a cracker jack box?

What about your recent jobs, describe what you actually do and what type of building : houses, high rises, commercial building, institutional, oil refineries, paper mills etc.

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