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ICAN/ATEX: How much should I charge to strip and refinish a VCT floor?

Many cleaning professionals visit the International Custodial Advisers Network (ICAN) Ask the Experts page for insight and, every business day, we deliver advice to better help you perform your job.

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I want to figure out how much to charge for stripping and refinishing a VCT floor.

Wednesday’s Answer:

There are several variables that have an impact on pricing.

Once you are experienced, pricing by the square foot is the fastest method.

However, your floor care survey form must include the extent of difficulty, which is often dependent upon the degree of heavy build up and the requirements for detailed edging.

The amount of furniture to move is a major consideration as well as the room sizes.

With all of this in mind, your pricing for a small and difficult job could start at 50 cents a square foot and range down to below 20 cents for a large supermarket.

The number of … Gary Clipperton, president of National Pro Clean Corporation

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Posted On February 27, 2013

Gary Clipperton

President of National Pro Clean Corp. and Pro Clean College

Gary Clipperton, a 40-year industry veteran, is president of National Pro Clean Corp. and Pro Clean College. He has authored several books for cleaning supervisors and produced leading software for the cleaning industry. His company provides on-site and online training for carpet and floor care. Clipperton can be reached at (719) 598-5112 or Gary@NationalProClean.com.

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