In addition to exclusions, you will need to examine such costs as who will be providing finish materials like tile, plumbing fixtures, electrical fixtures and so forth. Some proposals will include these items and others will exclude them. Eventually all of these costs will need to be considered but in comparing different contractor proposals you want to insure you are comparing equal scopes of work. We prefer excluding finish materials from proposals as it is very difficult to know what a client wants unless that information is provided initially. And we have found that it is very difficult for a client to know what they want until the plans are complete and sometimes construction well in progress. These finish materials will need to have costs associated with them but that can be calculated later after you have selected the contractor to perform your project. Hopefully, you identified potential finish costs for these items when you established your Construction budget so leaving them out of the proposals will still allow you to add them in yourself to get a full cost.

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