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OT: Going rate to lay block

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George Marsh

10-05-2010 03:18:10

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What is the going rate to lay concrete block, 8x16?

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10-05-2010 06:28:51

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 Re: OT: Going rate to lay block in reply to George Marsh, 10-05-2010 03:18:10  
In this area $1.50 a block is low. I can remember when my Dad laid blocks for 25c a block. and I mixed the mud and carried the blocks to him. I think I was about 12 or 13 at the time. Was in the early 50's.

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10-05-2010 05:25:58

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 Re: OT: Going rate to lay block in reply to George Marsh, 10-05-2010 03:18:10  
Best bet is to call around and get prices. There is a huge difference in price depending on the quality of the workmanship. It's usually worth the added expense to get the better workmanship.
Find a mason contractor that's keeping busy and uses the same crew all the time. Also make sure you hire someone that has liability and workers comp insurance!

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Big Ed

10-05-2010 04:17:43

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 Re: OT: Going rate to lay block in reply to George Marsh, 10-05-2010 03:18:10  
A friend of mine [in Georgia] had a 20 x 20 building laid. He told me they quoted him $1.10 a block,wnen finished, tried to charge $1.30,but left with the $1.10 they first quoted.

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