When I look over a commercial Bldg I price it out to wall to wall then offer a lower price per square ft, Because you basically only clean 50% of the bldg..
Example .15 per ft is closer to 30 in cleanable area, We also have to bring attention to what method are we using.
I just priced out a 15,000 ft bldg, Using a Cimex thats like 5 hours of work, Using a Jag would take much longer to complete the same area, So i priced it at .15 per ft
So I'm making 2,250.00 for the job and only have 5 hours in that job, Not a bad pay day..
Little tip, When pricing commercial and you only get a 5 minute walk through like most places, Count the ceiling tiles their 2ft or 4ft per tile, You can measure a room very quickly
Example 24 tiles times 4, Gives you 96ft then measure the tiles across say 19 tiles times 2 equals 38ft
96 x 38 =3,648.00 square ft times .15 = 547.20
The price per ft will change depending on the method being used, Those were cimex numbers I used for reference, That's also measuring wall to wall for faster measuring time rather then trying to figure out each area seperate, I hope you get the Idea,
I gotta run, Two doctors offices to get through today,
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