Rogue Brothers FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions
We would love to chat about your project – but we know there are always questions. This is our attempt to answer some frequently asked questions about Rogue Brothers and what we do.
Profit is what any company needs to make to stay in business. Overhead covers the costs for a contractor to stay in business. Overhead is different for every company but is generally used to cover costs such as job supervision and management, tools, continuing education, licensing, insurance and bonding, office space, work vehicles, association fees, etc.
The perceived industry standard for profit and overhead is 20% of the total job costs. Some contractors charge more while some charge less. Some will bury it in their proposal to hide it from clients. We are transparent with our entire proposal and encourage a face to face meeting to review the proposal. Don’t let some contractors fool you into believing they are not applying profit and overhead costs to their proposal. If you desire, we will even show you every single bid from our subcontractors- our goal is to establish a trustworthy, working relationship with our clients. Don’t let some contractors fool you into believing they are not applying profit and overhead costs into their proposal.