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How do you charge per pull for media twist drops. Is per foot or per qty. of drops industry best standard?
ASKED: January 21, 2008  6:07 PM
UPDATED: January 22, 2008  7:52 PM

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I charge on a per drop mostly.

If the run is more than 150′, then it’s per foot plus other materials and time.

If it’s less than the 150′ then it’s a single flat rate per drop.

The only other exceptions we make are if it’s a very old building with multiple firewalls that have to be drilled through or extremely challenging runs.

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    From a customer perspective, I prefer a "per drop" cost than per foot or per qty. It's a real pain when the vendor is charging line items for every single piece associated with a drop. I perfer the vender calculate all the pieces into a per drop cost.
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