Rundown of a supermarket I'm bidding. 42,000 sq ft. total. 36,000 sq ft of VCT on the sales floor. 1,100 sq ft VCT in upstairs hallway, break room and bathrooms. 3,000 sq ft concrete in freight rooms. 1,000 sq ft CGD in offices. Public restrooms, 3 toilets and 2 sinks in each (mens/womens) 2" tile floors, 4" tile walls. Employee restrooms: 1 toilet and 1 sink in each. Painted walls, VCT floor. Daily: Main floor: Vacuum and roll up rugs. Dust Mop, Scrub and buff floor. Clean restrooms. Empty garbages (6 total). Upstairs: Vacuum offices. Dump Garbages (8 total). Clean VCT floors (16" Karcher compact scrubber used for this). Mop stairs Weekly: Deep clean bathrooms (Kaivac system cleaning downstairs) Auto scrub traffic areas in freight room. Buff upstairs. Monthly: Deep scrub/Topcoat VCT. Bonnet clean CGD in offices. Yearly: Strip and wax. HWE in offices. So that's pretty much the jist of it. I'm planning on hiring 2 employees to each work 32 hours a week (4, 8 hour shifts each, they would have 1 day overlapping). I would schedule myself for 2 days a week, but anticipate having to work more because, you know, shtuff happens. Buffing would actually be every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, when there would be 2 people at the store. I'm going to bid $10,000 a month. I feel it's high but knowing what a headaches accounts like this can become particularly for smaller companies, I'm not comfortable with less. Besides, I believe I can provide a quality of service that justifies my price. What I'm wondering is how my price compares. With everything I've included (the carpet cleaning isn't standard in a supermarket bid, at least for this area, and most companies only wax twice a year), if your company was doing this bid what would your price be?