Our prices are higher because the crew is highly trained. We show up on time, do the job right, and guarantee our work. We do not cut corners and we use only the best quality products. We do not stop until your project is completed and you are satisfied with our services.
There are two kinds of consumers - people who are looking for deals and people who are looking for quality. This doesn’t mean you don’t negotiate for the best deal or that you should pay more than you need to for a product or service. But there is a relationship between the investments you make and the returns you get. If you skimp on your investment(s) you will get skimpy returns.
This principle is as important to the service you offer as to the service you receive. If you spend a lot of time trying to keep your prices down, you may compromise the quality of your offering and lose business you might have gained if you gave 100%. So, instilling more quality in your offering will likely result in larger profits over time.
The Law of Attraction governs all business transactions whether you believe it or not: people who respect quality find each other and people who are looking for bargains find each other. Bargains are cool when they’re valid but not when they undermine quality.
I give my best and ask for it from others. I receive quality results for quality investments.
Those are just some of the reasons why my prices are higher.