How to Create a Computer Repair Estimate Price Sheet

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Computer repair is a career field in which people with computer training, skills and savvy can make a nice living. Many computer repair technicians own their own business or at least do contractual work besides their "9 to 5" job. One of the first steps in operating a computer repair business is to have a price sheet that is available for customers to inform them about your services and the prices of those services.

Things You'll Need

  • Word processing program
  • Printer
  • Open a new document in your word processing program. Center and type a general title such as "Computer Repair Price Sheet."

  • Create a three-column table with a space for a heading for each column. The number of rows you create depends on how many services you offer.

  • In the first column's heading, type "Repair Service." Under this heading is where you will enter the name of the services you can perform, each in a separate row.

  • In the second column's heading, type "Description." You will give a brief description of each repair service under this heading.

  • In the third column's heading, type "Estimated Basic Cost." The rows underneath this heading will give the estimated cost for each type of repair.

  • Include the name of your business, address, phone number and website (if you have one) at the bottom of the document.

  • Save the document and print as many copies as necessary.

Tips & Warnings

  • Add a disclaimer on the document that mentions that prices are estimates and that unexpected circumstances (like parts needs or extra labor) could result in pricing changes. State that price changes will be disclosed to customers before repairs are made in order to obtain authorization. Also, include your standard hourly rate on the price sheet.

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