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I recently provided an estimate for an office cleaning job along with carpet cleaning and I believe I've made a slight miscalculation in regards to the price.
What would be the ideal way to turn this around and provide the prospective client a new quote?
I'm not sure what "slight miscalculation" means.
If you are off $4 a month, no big deal. Take the loss. If you are off $40 a week, you need a correction.
I would simply tell the prospective client that you discovered an error in the initial proposal and do not want to go into a job at a price that doesn't allow for a quality delivery of your service.
Then, give them the revised… - Lynn Krafft, owner of Krafft Cleaning Service Inc. and ICAN/ATEX editor.
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