[HUG ] Re: On the subject of equipement cost

Bill,

Up here we don't have that luxury, When I quote a job I need to supply an equipment list along with a list of items I need to rent. If I need to rent it and charge the client and my competitor doesn't then I loose the job. Now I charge an hourly rate along with a capture fee, If I add a rental fee for equipment I should have I'd never get work. To play with the big boys you need to own the equipment or eat the rental costs.

Franc


----- Original Message ----- From: "Sue Pearce" <bs.pearce@xxxxxxx>
To: <hasselblad@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, October 11, 2008 2:52 PM
Subject: [HUG ] Re: On the subject of equipement cost




Why would you rent? >>

Simple. You own the equipment, you can build some of the cost into your rates, but you are still paying for it seven days a week. If you rent, you bill the cost directly to the client.

Bill Pearce

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