Parex render

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Piotr

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What would the ball park cost of an acrylic render using Parex render scratch and top coat per/M sq. be?
 
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I would be quoting anything from £40m2 to £50m2 for parex silicone texture and base coat.
 

vfr12

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I would be quoting anything from £40m2 to £50m2 for parex silicone texture and base coat.
That’s Mayfair prices! Not sure you can get this outside the congestion zone!
 

essexandy

The Lake Governor
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That’s Mayfair prices! Not sure you can get this outside the congestion zone!
That's the going rate around my way. Not subbing on site if you're direct.
 

vfr12

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And I charge 25-30m2 supply and fix if is outside the congestion zone
 
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WoW that’s cheap I should start subbing my out at that rate I’d be rich
 
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What would the ball park cost of an acrylic render using Parex render scratch and top coat per/M sq. be?
We have a tinting machine at our depot for the PAREX Revlane thin coat system. Would be happy to send a quotation over to you
 
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@Piotr
Is it single story house or multiple stories building ? Does scafolding play into price ?
 

GrantyBoy

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And I charge 25-30m2 supply and fix if is outside the congestion zone
You mesh, render, prime and topcoat for less than we charge to do standard sand and cement render.

Bonkers, glad you're not near me.
 
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You mesh, render, prime and topcoat for less than we charge to do standard sand and cement render.

Bonkers, glad you're not near me.
Don’t see what’s the problem really- £10 materials, the rest is labour. If you hack off is £5m2, if I recall right. That’s what the ginger twat is charging anyway and he’s busy as f**k.
 

owls

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How is it £10 a metre materials, a tub of Parex dpr is £100 a tub now alone before anything else.
 

Rigsby

TPF Special Forces
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£55 at least without hacking off or scaffolding.

Its going to cost at least £10 m2 just for the acrylic. Plus primer.
 

Wezly

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Got the blind leading the blind on here now.
 
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Oh really, is that a funny? He'll have to let us know when he's doing them in future so we know when to laugh.
Thought for the real nuts out there was obvious, unless your name is M***y ginger s**t head fishing for prices and methods under different profiles on here! Apparently I was wrong!
 

Wezly

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Thought for the real nuts out there was obvious, unless your name is M***y ginger s**t head fishing for prices and methods under different profiles on here! Apparently I was wrong!
You've lost me.
 

Mr White

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Thought for the real nuts out there was obvious, unless your name is M***y ginger s**t head fishing for prices and methods under different profiles on here! Apparently I was wrong!
You are wrong.
 

Vincey

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Could we kind of all agree £60 m2 as a ball part for any general public reading the thread
Tbf it does state that figure on Mumsnet too
 

Mr White

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Don’t see what’s the problem really- £10 materials, the rest is labour. If you hack off is £5m2, if I recall right. That’s what the ginger twat is charging anyway and he’s busy as f**k.
As your obsessed with the £5 per m2 stripping costs, I’ll break it up for you.

Typically 100/120 m2 in a 3 bed semi.

We’ll say 110m for arguements sake.

110 x £5 + 20% = £6

£6 x 110 = £660

Plus price of a skip £180

£840.00 inc

Would take my lads a good day to strip and skip.

Lads wages add up to £25 per hour, so say 10 hours to keep it simple

£840 - £250 - skip (£180) leaves £410 profit before deductions.
 
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