How much does Fixer cost?

Fixer costs $94 per Fixer per hour, except in times of limited availability. You will always know your hourly rate before booking your time slot, shown here:

 The hourly rate is displayed next to each time slot when you schedule a Fixer.

The hourly rate is displayed next to each time slot when you schedule a Fixer.

Prorated pricing after the first hour

After the first hour of service for each Fixer, we prorate by the minute. That means that just because your job takes 65 minutes, you don't have to pay for the full second hour. 

Materials charges

If you don't have the materials you need, no problem. We carry a bunch of materials in our materials bag, for which we charge $5-30 depending on how much we use. We can also go to the store for you for the cost of $50 plus a standard 20% markup on the materials we purchase. The other guys charge their hourly rate plus markup - which adds up REALLY fast! We turn off the hourly clock and simply charge a flat fee, no matter how long it takes to get the parts.

The reason we charge for store trips is that many jobs require special parts and materials: custom outlets, special plumbing parts, paint, or hardware. Many customers have told us that having a skilled Fixer find and bring the right part is a valuable service that saves time and money in the end.

Payment Methods

We prefer to be paid by credit card, but we also accept cash and personal checks. More info

Tipping Fixers

Tips are not expected, though if you’d like to leave one we do provide an easy way to do so once a job is ready for payment. Note that our Fixers are all full-time employees, with benefits.  That said, if you’d like to leave a tip, we recommend $10-20 per hour. Again, up to you.

Downtown Commuting Charges

We will pass on parking and commuting charges when they cost more than $15. We don't upcharge on this, so if you know of a less expensive option please feel free to let us know before any Fixers arrive.