Mark prides himself in being thorough and upon contacting Mark, he will set up a time to come out and look at your project. After discussing what it is that you want to accomplish and with some input from Mark you have the option of getting an estimate, a proposal or going ahead and with the project and being charged for time spent and material used. Once the method of pricing is determined the next step is to follow up with a contract. 


There is no charge for estimates but they are not a guaranteed figure. An estimate is great for getting a approximate idea as to the cost of doing a project. The time to get the estimate back to the customer will be affected by the number of proposals scheduled. Due to the fact that a customer is paying for a proposal, all proposals will take precedence over estimates.


A proposal can follow an estimate or be the first step which ever is preferred. The proposal will give a detailed account of the scope of the project and the price for each part. There is a charge for the proposal figured on a percentage and based on the size of the project. It is recommended to get a proposal which will be a guaranteed price for the work to be done and is the best for both the customer and the contractor.


This is the simplest and quickest, but also has the most potential for disaster. With this option it tends to be difficult to keep prices from getting out of hand as work is being added as the project progresses.


"Prepare the way for the people. Build up, build up the highway!"  Isaiah 62:10

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