The primary objective of our pricing structure and invoicing process is to provide customers with price certainty. No hidden costs and no nasty surprises at invoicing time.
Ol' School Garage has adopted a very simple pricing structure. Unless agreed otherwise, work undertaken will be charged out on a standard hourly rate and parts and services performed by others are charged at cost plus 10%. The cost-plus pricing model generally results in a considerable saving compared to retail pricing due to our buying power and access to trade discounts.
Ol' School Garage believes that customers should know exactly what they are being charged and why. Therefore, a budget is agreed with the customer before starting a job. And for restoration projects, when we issue you with an invoice it will include a timesheet summary listing work undertaken and copies of invoices for parts and services purchased on your behalf. Paint products and consumables are allocated to the job on a basis disclosed up-front when the restoration budget is agreed.
The primary objective of our pricing structure and invoicing process is to provide customers with price certainty. No hidden costs or no nasty surprises at invoicing time. This isn't to say that a restoration budget will not change. In fact, change is almost a certainty as who knows what is lurking under that paint or will be found during disassembly. However, our change management process is there to ensure that you are kept appraised of any changes required before the work is carried out.