I charge half or less of the industry standard pricing on all jobs, and I carry with me the price book my former employer used, and I still use it a reference to what the industry standard rates are, and you're welcome to review the price book at any time. And I rarely even reach 50% of the going rates.
There is a set price for most every job, and rarely do I charge by the hour. When I quote you a price for a job, that's the price I stay with. That way if it takes ME additional time to complete the job,YOU aren't penalized.
SOME (not all, don't get me wrong.There are still plenty of good guys (and gals) out there.But other plumbers may expect you to pay them for the time it takes them to find their tools, to go buy parts, and some will even stop for lunch while they're out and expect you to pay for that time as well. I firmly believe that additional time should not be such a big factor when charging for a service. A job takes as long as it takes. And I prefer to keep my focus on doing quality work, and not what time it is.
I stand behind my work. So if I have to spend time doing something over, it can cost me easily more than I made to begin with. Being quick and efficient is one thing, but it doesn't pay to rush, or to be rushed. So please, if you want an hourly guy, call someone else. But don't think that will mean saving any money or time. It just means his (or hers) time is being paid for, regardless of what is actually happening during that time.
I have 30 years experience as both a service plumber, and in new construction. I can perform any and all plumbing repairs/remodels/installations you may need.
24 hour emergency service is available at no extra charge. Weekends, holidays, or nighttime calls are always the same low rates as any other time.