CGF II, Certified Grumble Framer Level 2
- Feb 23, 2004
- Kennebunk, Maine
When you run into a framing challenge at the design counter that you're not quite certain about how to address, and you kind of figure you're going to turn to the Grumble, HH or other resources for advice, do you not say anything to the client and just accept the job and hope that there's a good solution? Do you explain the uniqeness of the situation and that you'll need to do some research and get back to them? In many cases, there may be additional labor and material charges to the initial quote... how do you prepare the client for that? I'm curious to hear different ways this can be handled.