I have four years of experience working with construction contractors. I've worked mainly track homes for nearly every major builder in the state. I offer large company quality at handy man prices.
Great service and communication.
I like to figure out what their need are first. From there I like to come out and take a look and inspect the job and figure out what else might need to be done that the customer needs. I like to give customers a couple of different prices or options if at all possible, to better suit their needs or budget. There is no charge unless there's actual work being done or unless previously mentioned by myself under special circumstances such as the time of night or distance traveled.
I worked for brewer enterprises for three and a half years as a construction foreman and for Sierra verda plumbing for one year as a construction foreman.
Small leaks and repairs that take less than one hour I typically charge 80 or sometimes as low as 40 dollars, if you live close to me.
I'm pretty flexible and fair as far as pricing. Installations of fixtures usually don't go above 120.
Jobs that are a bit more specialized such as leaks inside walls or below ground, water heaters, water softeners, jobs that require demolition etc... require me to come out and inspect before I can give a good estimate.
All pricing is for labor only. Again I am flexible and fair. Typically if you're in need of multiple repairs, that are to be done the same day or across a few days, will always receive a discount. The more work is required the bigger the discount.
I started part time to help out a buddy that had gotten hurt on the job. I did all the heavy lifting basically. I learned quickly and was soon working along side him. After he was better I kinda just stuck to it.