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#332419 - 03/23/10 08:35 PM sample bid sheet
ppllc Offline
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Registered: 03/20/10
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Loc: indiana
Hey everyone>boy I'll probably get reamed for asking but here we go. I am tiring to find a sample bid sheet i can look at to create my own not asking for any prices to be on it just a blank sheet how they usually look thanks chip

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#332934 - 03/27/10 12:52 AM Re: sample bid sheet [Re: ppllc]
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Registered: 01/06/10
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Loc: TN, USA
Hi,

Have you tried to google a sample bid sheet. I'm sure it's a sample out on the web, that can help you.

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#332964 - 03/27/10 01:28 PM Re: sample bid sheet [Re: Ladyshay]
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Registered: 01/16/09
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we use different bid sheets depending on the client, job category, season, etc. I don't think using just one sheet for everything would be possible. I do think that most of the smaller firms just use a tablet of paper. generally, I split our paperwork into: general info on property, health hazards, safety hazards, interior and exterior debris, personal property, biddable items, and damages. Just come up with a list of the most common items you run into at a house so you can quickly check them off. I have an initial secure packet that has a pcr and 3 bid sheets. I have my guys fill it out on site and I'll have all the information I need to come up with an estimate for almost anything.

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