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#1 posted 12-15-2012 08:06 PM

Lets try to get back on topic , pricing cabinets. For starters do you do in house cad design? are you cutting with a cnc? do you outsource doors? In house finishing? Overhead .Any of these are major points to consider. I think we agree time= money bottom line. The more efficient you are the better off, If your not set up for cabinets dont bother you will loose. I think that if your not incorporating these elements your labor cost are going to be way to high to compete. I do all of the above.The last kitchen I bid I lost . My bid was $24,400. The owner went with another that didnt include install. His bid was $22,500. That kitchen was bid at $400/LNFT no countertops. Install was figured at 18 man hours. Its tight out there pick a number and dont budge.

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