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  1. Vortigern
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    Vortigern Electrician's Arms

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    England
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    F.H. Electrical
    1. put in two ring circuits (18 D/so) and do dead tests, connect into consumer unit, do live tests
    2. A visual inspection of the lighting circuit with tests Dead and live and record loft with boxes and boarded (Lim) but some wiring in sight
    3. A risk assessement and method statement/Toolbox talk
    4. affix a box on the wall(C/U)
    5. chase out several chases
    6. liaise with the client
    7. Deliver materials on to site
    8. Remove two sockets in the way of new cct and spur This a terraced victorian house boards already up boxes on wall and chased for you.
    How much would it cost/how long will it take I am just double checking clients view of the matter. He says one day and has two electricians that can do it. I can understand if you dont want to put a price but even how long would be good
     
  2. ETO
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    ETO Active EF Member

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    £1200ish- 1 long day or 2 days realistic.
    £50 per point (18x50=£900) says some chasing done but some chase work required? if boxes and all chases done maybe knock £200 off the £900
    CU supply/fit/certify (bonding gas/water?) £400
    Other points £100-200?
     
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  3. Vortigern
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    Vortigern Electrician's Arms

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    England
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    Thanks for your input I priced it at £1500 which was accepted.
     
  4. FatAlan
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    FatAlan Trainee Trainee Access

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    What is a Toolbox talk? Do you give the customer a tour of your van?
     
  5. scootknew
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    scootknew Active EF Member

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    lol!
     
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  6. chudson
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    chudson Active EF Member

    £50 per point...I worked for a company charging that 10 years ago, should be in the range of £70-105 realistically
     
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  7. Vortigern
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    Vortigern Electrician's Arms

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    I'm a ventriloquist in my spare time and entrance the customers with my talking toolbox, gets loads more work!
     
  8. Oliver Townsend
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    Oliver Townsend Active EF Member

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    agree this day and age £50 a point make for bankruptcy
     
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