Sadly that gives you a clue about the attitude of the customer to price.The board we were given was pretty ragged and we managed to get rid of most of the chips, the store owner didn't want any more cleaning up to be done so we left them.
That's exactly what I did. A family member works there anyway, and she says they're very happy with the work.I’ve always found the honest approach pays dividends. In your shoes, I would talk openly with the customer, say, look I’m not sure what to charge, it’s taken me 4 hours with my side kick, let’s agree a price we can all walk away happy with.
Not really is it it's a paying job.Not much money left at the end of the day but it's just a hobby.
It's probably a little bigger where I live and folk's (customers) attitudes always make me laugh.I work in an area where 1/4 of the trades arent legit. they are that large hidden sector that work and claim
The problem is that your work is the best advert for you. A potential future client seeing that doesnt know whether that is your standard. I think you have to be happy with the work yourself. It would only have taken 10 minutes to trim it down to size and finish properly.he board we were given was pretty ragged and we managed to get rid of most of the chips, the store owner didn't want any more cleaning up to be done so we left them.
At that income you will only be making a bit over minimum wage you should be earning over £40,000~60,000 before income tax and after all business expires depreciation etc have been taken into account, and that is not on a 60 hours week