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Greg McCorkill
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bathroom vanity

Postby Greg McCorkill » Tue, Nov 21 2006, 9:50AM

how much would you charge for this vanity?made with 3/4 birch ply w 1/2 birch back poplar face frames and panels
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Postby BillHightower » Tue, Nov 21 2006, 5:18PM

Greg,

It looks about 30 to 32 inches wide. I assume that it has flat sides, no raised panel sides and that you are going to paint it. I am also assuming that the upper raised panel is a false front due to a sink in the vanity. If these assumptions are correct, I would charge $350 to $500 depending on whether it is one cabinet in a job or just one cabinet.

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vanity

Postby Greg McCorkill » Wed, Nov 22 2006, 7:03AM

Bill your right .sorry i didnt post enough info vanity is 32 in wide the two drawers werw made of 1/2 in birch and it was sold unfinished i charged 225 for it

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Postby BillHightower » Wed, Nov 22 2006, 9:05AM

Greg,

Unfinished that would seem about right. Have you ever thought about adding a raised panel end to any exposed side of the cabinet as an option for your customers. It increases the cost but it also increases the price and the beauty of the cabinet. I am posting a sample of the end that I use.

Bill
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Postby Brian Shannon » Wed, Nov 22 2006, 11:06AM

Unfinished, not installed or delivered, that would barely cover materials and time. That's about right. We should get more but our clients would gasp at much more for a 32\" cabinet.

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Postby Michael S Murray » Wed, Nov 22 2006, 11:22AM

Hih Greg,
$450 finished,but not installed.
dovetail bbirch drawers on accuride undermounts.
flat plywood finish ends, add $150 per side for raised panel finish end.
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vanity

Postby Greg McCorkill » Wed, Nov 22 2006, 8:32PM

Bill I like that split raused panel end.your right that would dress up the cabinet but thats what the customer wanted nice work


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