We promise that the price we say is the price you will pay
I once met a man who had made a lot of money in the motor trade. He told me that the first secret was to quote a really low price just to get the car on site. He wasn't worried that there was no way he could actually do the job properly for that money because his second secret was what he called up-selling (I call it something else, and think you will too).
Basically, once he had the car on site, he would call the unlucky owner and tell them that he had found some extra damage or another part that was needed and the price would go up. He never, ever, said he could repair a car quickly because he needed several days to repeat the process and get the final price as high as possible. He went on to show me a huge file of invoices where the final price was not just a bit more, but 5 or 6 times more than he had originally quoted. All covered by the small print.
So, with that experience in mind, here is our small print, in easy to read letters;
The price we quote is the price you will pay.
We won’t ring you up half way through the job and tell you the price has gone up.
We won’t ‘quote low’ to get the job and then increase the cost when it’s too late for you to do anything about it.
We will tell you, up front, how much the job will cost and that is how much you will pay. Full stop
Just to be clear, sometimes we will have to dismantle the car to see exactly what is damaged in order to give you that confirmed price. If that's the case and you don't want to proceed once we've quoted, we will put your car back together and return it to you with a smile and no charge.