You’ll never get an hourly rate only for your project. Instead, we estimate how much your project would take in hours and then multiply this by our current hourly rate. No matter how long your project will take, the price for you will stay fixed.
This means that it’s not very relevant for you how much our hourly rate is, but the total price we quote. Let’s take an example where we might quote 50 hours @ £40/hour, which means a £2000 labour charge. Someone else might charge 100 hours @ £20/hour, which means again a £2000 labour charge. Do you prefer a £20 or £40 charge per hour in this case? With the £40/hour, you pay the same total price, but it takes half the time for the project to finish.
Every 6 months or so we increase our hourly rate by 5-10%. This doesn’t necessarily mean a 5-10% increase in the total price since newer tools allow us to finish a project quicker. But you should expect our prices to constantly increase.