Mr Jack Of All Trades
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
supplies for the project and a 30% refundable deposit of the Project total must be paid prior to project starting. The deposit will be refunded to you once the project is completed. 3hr of handyman basic bucket list project Total cost is $188. Booking requires a $56 deposit (30%) What's included with this service? Estimate is for trip charge plus hourly rate Handyman can complete multiple services within the hours given Projects requiring a license are not covered by this service View examples of projects listed below Handyman will supply tools only What types of projects can I request? Depending on the duration of the appointment, the handyman might complete one big project or multiple smaller projects. Here are some examples of hourly handyman projects: Repairing drywall (2-3 hours depending on size of damage) Hanging shelving (2-3 hours depending on size and quantity) Hanging doors (3-4 hours depending on type and condition of door) Repairing woodwork (3-4 hours depending on damage) Replacing window glass (3-4 hours depending on size and type of window) Installing babyproofing or child safety products (2-3 hours) On average, homeowners tend to pay between $188 and $650. How does a handyman decide when to charge an hourly or flat rate? It depends on the known and unknown factors of a job. Hanging a ceiling fan is a pretty straightforward job. The average handyman knows about how long it’s going to take and what tools will be needed. This sort of job is normally a flat-rate job. Drywall repair, however, is usually an hourly job because it can involve unknowns that affect how long the job takes. The damaged area seen on the surface might not be the only damage. What looks like a 5-inch patch job could turn into having to replace the whole panel if cracks and other damage are hidden behind the paint and texture. Replacing anything due to water damage is another job filled with unknowns. An hourly rate might be applied to small jobs with a minimum charge (usually one-half hour to one hour). This is so the handyman is compensated at a rate that allows him to stay in business. For example, if he or she charges $60 an hour but your job is a ten-minute job, pro-rating your job to $10 would hardly be fair compensation for his or her time and labor. The best way to save money on this is to bundle several small jobs together. This allows both of you to make maximum use of his time. Are you a small business looking to build a website? Or maybe you’re a non-profit, looking to redesign your website in order to more effectively communicate your mission? Or, are you the marketing director for a multi-million dollar organization looking to improve customer relations and increase revenues? Regardless of the type of company you’re with, or your position, Mr Jack Of All Trades is here to help you understand the full cost of a website. We’re a transparent and open to working with your budget and have been helping clients of all kinds through projects of all sizes for over 10 years. We have a unique approach to projects, ensuring they launch on time and on budget and work with clients to make the best decisions based on ALL of their requirements (not just price). WHAT DOES A WEBSITE COST? – SPECIFIC BREAKDOWN The following is a list of the most general things we get asked about for each project. In addition to breaking things out based on company type, and website “size”, we thought it would be a good idea to spell out some of the specific items involved so you can have a clearer picture on the cummulative price (and nature) of websites. Domain Name: $10-$100 per year – This is the price for new domains. mr jack of all trades charges $100/year for domain and DNS management, but you can purchase your own domain at any registrar on the web for around $10/year. Some old domains can sell for millions, but you probably want your own new one. Hosting: $100/month; $50 – $1,200/year – This depends on the type of hosting you choose (dedicated, shared, free). Additional fees may be required for additions like SSL (Secure Socket Layer certificate) or static IP Address. Custom Design/Information Architecture: $2,500 – $10,000+ – This includes the visual design, UX design, imagery collection, and sitemap and page structure generation. This is generally a part of a larger website development package. In our experience (and for our process) we generally spend about 30 hours up to and including this phase. So that’s onboarding, initial meetings with our clients’ marketing teams, and our design team’s work internally on the project, including final presentation and approval. That translates to $4500 retail on even a modest site. Shopping Cart Integration & Programming: $200 – $15,000 – What kind of functionality do you want on your website? Shopping carts, paid plugins, and custom feature development can cost extra, but the benefits of a fully customized and unique website can outweigh the costs. Website Content Creation: $50-$200 per page, or hourly – You can write your website’s content yourself, outsource it overseas for around $1 per page, or use a content writing firm which will charge around $100-$200 per page. Just like a website design, you get what you pay for when it comes to content creation that will rank your site high in search engines and engage your audience. Project Management & Information Gathering: $600-$3,000 – We want to help you and your website succeed, and that means creating a line of communication between you and your developers. This price includes initial consultations, phone calls, and any time that it takes to obtain the information we need to get your site going. Testing & Training: $600-$4,800 – While most websites are built on easy-to-use CMS’ nowadays, not everyone knows how to get started with them. This price point includes the time spent training you how to use your new site, as well and ensuring that everything works properly and giving you the chance to make any necessary changes. Launch & Digital Marketing Setup: $600-$4,800 – Having a team that understands digital marketing (particularly SEO) and your website’s role in helping to drive this for your business is vital to success. For every project we work on we have a 40+ stage process (which actually begins the moment a project starts with mr jack of all trades) to ensure the final site is SEO friendly and communicating to the search engines properly. Website Managed Services: $75-$150+/month –Managed services can include blog writing, post-launch testing, and content maintenance. May also include marketing and advertising services including AdWords, Pay Per Click Marketing, Social Media Advertising and more.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
I have a 24/7 client portal where you can book appointments, view your balance, pop a message - even download & share documents. Needless to say, it's 100% mobile-friendly! My client portal is both personalized and secure, meaning your personal information will be available to you only. Best part about the portal? You can communicate with me on your own time & get all your scheduling and payment issues covered in a few clicks.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
My name is toby johnson and I am a second generation carpenter. My dad had a General Contracting Business of his own and I began working alongside him at the age of twelve. We remodeled all the homes we lived in, built houses from the ground up and worked in commercial construction as well.