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  • By The Job Or By The Foot

    Never mind, a search answered my question.
    Last edited by BadgerDave; 03-11-2009, 09:27 AM.
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  • #2
    Re: By The Job Or By The Foot

    what about by the hour

    years ago there were lots of companies that charged by the foot.

    what a scam. they always seemed to run a full drum. sometimes 2

    i get a kick when i go to a new home and they tell me that the last guy ran 150' from the c/o. funny as the city main is only at 60'

    my main line cleaning is based on the first hour. 90% of my residential lines are 1 hour or less.

    phoebe it is


    • #3
      Re: By The Job Or By The Foot

      i did a kitchen sink line yesterday a rooter company had been out 3 times in the last month charged her over $200 for eachtrip told her they cleared it at 47' it was only 15' to the 2 way cleanout outside the house
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      • #4
        Re: By The Job Or By The Foot

        i figyred the by the foot would either cause busines failure or i'd have to be a crook to make money.

        glad i'm T&M

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        • #5
          Re: By The Job Or By The Foot

          flatrate by the job...depending on access.
          A kitchen drain is one price.
          A mainline from outside cleanout up to 100' is another price.
          Beyond 100' is extra.
          Difficult access (roof, etc.) is extra.
          Pulling a toilet for access adds on to the price, which of course includes a reset with warranty.
          Video Inspection is antoher price.

          Altogether I have about a dozen different drain cleaning prices depending on the job.
          An easy tub stoppage or toilet auger is the cheapest,
          and the most expensive would be a 200' sewer run from a toilet access with video-inspection.
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