Foureighty5 offers payment options to best suit the scale of your project. Our standard hourly rate is great for smaller projects but if you are interested in a larger scale project or multiple projects throughout the year, then a retainer is a great way to get the best bang for your buck, so to speak.
When you sign up with a retainer you will receive a discounted hourly rate. In addition, under our retainer agreement, you will keep the same hourly rate for as long as you are a customer and remain under contract. So, in the event that our hourly rate increases, you still continue to receive the same lower rate.
We Offer The Following Options:
- 10 hours ($950.00)
- 20 hours ($1,900.00)
- 30 hours ($2,850.00)
- 60 hours ($5,700.00)
- 90 hours ($8,550.00)
We can perform website design/development and maintenance, graphic design services, consulting, and many of our other web/ graphic design related services.
- Length of Contracts: 12 months or when hours are exhausted, auto-renew available
- Contracted Hours: Minimum of 10
- Minimum Billed Increment: 1 hour on site, .25 hour off site
- Billed Rate: $95.00 per hour
- Method of Payment: Paid in advance upon signing. Invoices are sent after each task is performed to show usage.
Payment for Retainer Services:
The retainer contract is written granting the client a certain number of hours within a year at the current rate of $95.00 per hour. Clients must pay the amount in full at the time of the contract signing. As services are used, the time is deducted from the pre-paid retainer.
Payment is required in full upon contract signing or if the retainer is on auto-renew, before the last 5 hours are used in the previous contract. We accept Master Card, Visa, American Express, company checks and of course cash. If paying by check, please make it payable to Foureighty5.
Unused Retainer Hours:
We make every effort to keep our clients aware of the status of their retainer contract. However, it is the responsibility of the client to use the hours within the twelve-month time frame. Hours that are not used are forfeited. Clients that let their contracts lapse will lose their lock on contract rates. In the event a new contract is signed, the client will be subject to the current retainer rate and terms.
Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns regarding our terms and conditions.