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What should a Contractor Bid include?

The Contractor Bid should be in line with the current market labor and materials cost.

  • If a Consultant is involved, the Contractor Bid must mirror the Consultant's Work Write-up and/or Specification of Repairs.
  • The bid must be written in an itemized line-by-line format that breaks down both labor and material costs.
  • The bid must include the contractor's contact, license information, and the subject property address.
  • A Plot Plan is required for the site that will have new additions and/or improvements made to the structure.
  • A Proposed Interior Plan of the dwelling is required to adequately display where the structural changes are contemplated, including any additions to the dwelling.

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