Maintaining your premises is a big expense. However, you may be able to cut costs by taking a closer look at what you are being charged by contractors. Our researchers have done the groundwork for you - by compiling the Building Maintenance Price Book 2012 - using independent data provided by experienced estimators specialising in building maintenance work and repairs. It is an essential resource to plan and budget for building maintenance. Contains the latest labour, materials and plant hire costs for maintenance work, repairs and rehabilitation - helping you plan and budget more effectively. The new 2012 edition has been completely updated and includes around 100 new items spread across all trades. Use the price book to: - Identify costs for various work including demolitions and alterations, roofing, external works, grounds maintenance, plumbing, electrics, glazing, painting and decorating - Check contractors are not overcharging and negotiate better rates - Let work based on measured term contracts.
Publisher: Building Cost Information Service