not that I know of. like a auto repair ship, you pay what they charge
Well radiator repair will depend on the damage or replacements needed to fix the radiator. Thus, no average cost is really available. However, if it is only minor repair I would think that it should only cost $50 dollars for parts and then whatever the repair man is charging for labor.
It cost about $40 for the part from Nissan or an independent parts dealer, plus another $60 for labor that's what my shop is charging me to fix mine.
Employers MUST pay for the time employees actually work and nothing else. Estimated repair times are irrelevant, actual work hours matter.
A computer repair charge depends entirely on the nature of the fault. Labor charges can mount up quickly and many repair technicians have a fixed minimum charge before looking at a computer. The only way to get an estimate of the cost is to inquire with a repair company and ask for a quotation before proceeding with any work.
When repairing a car, it is important to know the cost of the repair. A 1996 Mercury Villager it would cost between $20 and $60+ depending on part brand, shipping costs or labor costs.
Labor cost variance means the difference between standard labor cost and actual labor cost.
Yes, if the labor involves repairing, replacing or affixing to real property, it is charged at the rate of 65% of the sales tax for the county where the property is located.
No, Direct labor price variance is created due to difference in standard labor rate and actual labor rate for example standard labor rate per unit is 10 and actual labor rate is 11 then 1 per unit is unfavourable direct labor price variance.
(actual time * standard rate) - (standard time * standard rate)
The cost of repairing a large bay window depends on the style of the window, quality of the glass, and the cost of labor for the installer. The cost can range anywhere from $750 to $1,000 per window.
$200-$350 no more.