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Hourly Rate Chart

Most of my work is performed on a flat rate for each task such as clearing a clogged drain. It is your option if you would rather be charged an hourly rate. Most of the time you will save money with the hourly rate but when things do not go as planned, it does happen, you could spend a lot more. An example is it usually takes me about an hour to change a bathtub waste and overflow. I have had it take as long as four hour on several occasions. It happens???

10% - 40% off labor of flat or hourly rates with a 1-Year Service Agreements

bulletRegular Hours 8 AM - 4 PM
 
bulletHourly - 8 hours or less
$87.50 hr or $700 for the day
Less than 4 hrs add $100.00 trip charge ---- example = 1/2 hr = 50.00 + 100.00 trip = $150.00
 
bulletDaily - 2 (16 hrs) to 5 (40 hrs) days @ 8 hrs ea
$75.00 hr or $600 a day
less than 16 hrs (8 1/4 - 15 3/4 hrs) = 1 daily + hourly + trip
 
bulletWeekly - 2 or more weeks @ 40 hrs ea
$65.00 hr, $520 a day, or $2600 a week
less than 2 weeks (40 1/4 - 79 3/4 hrs) = 1 weekly + daily + hourly + trip
 
bulletMonthly - 4 weeks @ 40 hrs ea or 160 hours
$60.00 hr, $480 a day, or $9600 a month
less than 4 weeks (20 working days or 160 hrs) = Weekly
 
bulletYearly - 12 months @ 8 hrs a day, 5 days a week for 52 weeks. (2080 hours)
$50.00 hr. $400 a day, $2000 a week, or $104,000 for the year.
 
bulletFull time employment - $40hr + benefits (2 year Contract)
Health care coverage, vacation, sick days, holidays, and continuing education/training to start first day of employment.
 
bulletOvertime or Premium Hours are figured at time and a half (contract rate x1.5), Plus Expenses.