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Old 05-02-2017, 03:48 AM   #1
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Im an electrician in NY and have questioned my prices lately. Just curious on prices for homeruns for 15 and 20 amp lines back to panel around 50ft long.
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$400 each with AFCI, a little less without. There is no difference between 15A and 20A since the breakers cost the same and the price difference in wire is pennies.
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OK thanks, thats right on the money. Then I figure a 30amp line with 10/3 I was asking $475. WHat do you charge for new construction 5 or 6 inch highats complete with trim and led? thanks a lot
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There is a well nigh universal tendency for ECs to under price -- just about everything.

To my mind, the BIGGEST pricing factors are never brought out to the Internet:

Obstructions, ( junk in the way, et. ) risk, payment 'issues' -- height above finished floor -- is it ladder work (?) etc.

Such issues TOTALLY dominate how quickly one can possibly complete the work.

The other question is how slothful or efficiently one can crank out the install.

You need to bid enough work to lose three out of four bids. (typ)

Every day of your business life, fools will seriously under-bid -- thence to go bankrupt.

This will never stop.
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OK thanks, thats right on the money. Then I figure a 30amp line with 10/3 I was asking $475. WHat do you charge for new construction 5 or 6 inch highats complete with trim and led? thanks a lot
I charge $400 per can and $475 if i wire them with 10/3.

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$400 each with AFCI, a little less without. There is no difference between 15A and 20A since the breakers cost the same and the price difference in wire is pennies.
Price is for Romex or MC BX?

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Price is for Romex or MC BX?

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