3 hours at $90 per hour = $270 total
6 hours at $90 per hour = $480 total
30 hours at $120 per hour = $3,600 total
5 hours at $120 per hour = $600 total
Each service has a different hourly rate based on the difficulty level. The exact hourly rate for your project will be provided by email after your form has been completed. The final rate could be slightly higher or lower than the rate provided on the cost calculator.
We charge a travel fee of $10 per worker. This flat fee covers the drive to and from your property for each worker you hire. If you are beyond 30 miles from the nearest workers, the fee may be raised accordingly.
We offer a $20 discount for first-time customers who read through Ephesians 2:1-10. This Bible passage is where the company name "His Workmanship" came from. This discount can be redeemed by notifying the crew leader upon collection of payment.
Your estimate has been calculated based on the amount of time you reserved. We have a 3 hour minimum payment for 2 workers. Should your project extend beyond the minimum, you will pay for the amount of time your project requires, which is calculated in 30-minute increments rounding up based on your hourly rate.
We can bring most basic yard tools like shovels, rakes, trimmers and loppers. We can usually bring a wheelbarrow. We cannot bring a lawn mower, weed wacker, rototiller, chainsaw or ladder. It's not uncommon for customers to lend us their yard tools.
It's the customers responsibility to order all the materials needed. You can call a local supplier to ask about quantity. If you have the area measured, then they should be able to recommend how much mulch, rock, dirt or sod you need to order.
Our training process is quite detailed. New hires are required to watch tutorial videos on all sorts of landscaping projects. This will make sure, for instance, our workers know the difference between a weed and a plant.
There is an extra flat fee per load to use our pickup truck and/or utility trailer. This fee does not include labor costs. We can remove organic waste such as rock, dirt, sod, brush, weeds, mulch and leaves. We cannot haul away treated wood, lumber or junk.
We can rent a moving truck for an extra $400 flat fee. This amount will need to be paid up front so that we can make the reservation. If we rent the truck, then we can also bring a dolly and blankets to assist with your move. We cannot provide boxes or shrink wrap.
Our training process is quite detailed. New hires are required to watch tutorial videos on professional moving techniques. This will make sure, for instance, our movers know how to maneuver a couch up a split level house.
We will be sure to show up on time and work hard the whole time. If we run into traffic on the way, then we will call you and mention that we will be a little late. If a worker gets sick or something comes up, we are usually able to find a replacement.
We cannot assist you with design or offer professional advice on where your landscape materials should go. The customer is responsible for the vision of what needs to get done. Our workers will provide the muscle that turns your plan into a reality.
Since we charge by the hour, we do not give on-site estimates or bid out jobs at a fixed price. If you would like a general idea about how long your project might take, then feel free to upload pictures or a short video so that our team can offer you a ballpark quote.
It’s preferable for the client to be on site in order to ensure the workers are given clear direction and can ask you questions if unforeseen issues arise. This also allows you to see their hard work and verify the project was completed to your satisfaction. If for some reason your presence cannot be arranged, then the workers can always call you once they arrive and text you pictures when they finish.
If it’s light rain and doesn’t impact the progress and quality of the work, then your labor crew can usually work through it. Otherwise, we will need to reschedule. Since weather forecasts are subject to change, we prefer to make this judgment call on the day of your project.
If you cancel your project after you’ve already scheduled a day/time, then we'll request a payment of 1 hour of labor. Similarly, if you need to reschedule the original day/time to another date, then we'll request an additional 1 hour of labor to reserve the new date. These both should be regarded as “inconvenience fees”.
For work orders that include a moving truck or trailer rental, we typically require a down payment prior to scheduling your project. The purpose of the deposit is to ensure mutual commitment. You can trust us to show up and we can trust you to not cancel. Because of these considerations, the down payment is non-refundable.
The payment methods we accept are: Cash, Zelle, Venmo, Cash App, Apple Pay and Google Pay. A credit or debit card can be mediated through one of these 3rd party payment apps. We try to avoid checks if at all possible but do occasionally make exceptions for businesses. You are required to pay in full before the workers leave your property so please be prepared to pay the crew leader immediately upon completion.
You don't need to do anything to get a receipt! Within 30 minutes of your project getting finished, we will send you a personalized receipt for your records. It will include your name, number, address as well as all the pertinent payment information.
Your estimate has been calculated based on the amount of time you reserved. We have a 3 hour minimum payment for 2 workers. Should your project extend beyond the minimum, you will pay for the amount of time your project requires, which is calculated in 30-minute increments based on your hourly rate.
Accepting this agreement does not require you to use our services. The contact form is just an inquiry and not a binding contract. The client agreement essentially means that, if you hire us, our workers will receive the information you entered while filling out this form. The workers need these details so they can show up at the right place, correctly informed, properly equipped, and ready to deliver exceptional services.