This was an office building. We were there for two days. Dryvit and brick, walkway, awnings, and windows so the price I would give you on this wouldn't be a good representation, especially since this is commercial and not residential. With commercial we factor in access, municipality business license if we don't currently have one in this particular city/town, access to water, etc. Currently, with all expenses factored in our base rate is $140/hour, but our minimum to even hook up the trailer is $300. If I was only asked to do these three awnings, I'd like take a bucket of mix, a garden hose to rinse, and a soft brush on an extension pole to dip in the bucket and charge $100/awning and be finished in 90-120 minutes max.
I know that's a long answer, but at $100 bucks for a 10 foot awning would shake out to $10/linear foot. Hope that helps.