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Charging Structure Explained:All methods of charging have their pros and cons, however make sure it is clear what charging structure is proposed by the assembler before contracting him.
- Some assemblers may charge a cancellation fee, if you cancel the job. This is only fair if they are left with no time to book in other work. It is therefore adviseable not to arrange delivery and assembly on the same day to avoid this inconvenience all round.
- Most assemblers will charge a premium on the first hour or first item, to cover the time and cost of getting to you. This is simple to apply and a good approach as it generally keeps costs down.
Hourly Rate Rate:
- The assembler will estimate the time required and set out his charges in units of one hour.
- The assembler will quote a fixed price based on what you need assembling. This often works out to be more expensive because the assembelr has to take account of unknown risks and add a premium accordingly.
- The assembler will base his charges on the price of goods you bought. This is common with the in house teams at high street chains such as Ikea, where the price is a percentage of the cost of the goods, and is therefore very easy to work out. This does not take into account the effort involved and some items are very cheap and others expensive by comparision. This generally works out to be more expensive though as it is similar to the fixed price model noted above.