Handyman Matters scheduled the appointment and told me the rate up front ($50 service charge and $65 an hour). The original estimate was for an hour or two, but it ended up taking 3.5 hrs, so it ended up being a bit pricey ($325) for the work provided. The water stains on the wall only required a primer and a couple of coatings of paint, which took a while to apply after drying. I probably could have done this myself, but I wasn't sure if more needed to be done. The doors all close fine now. There is a gap on the top of my storm door which would have taken a lot more work to close given the way it was initially installed. He advised me to get some weather stripping and put it on the door to help close the gape, since I didn't want him to take everything apart and cut/reinstall the door. He already had made one trip to the store on the clock to pick up some materials, so I opted to not pay him to get some weather stripping...I'll get that myself. Trips to the store can add up with the hourly rate charging. I recommend thinking through everything and be prepared right from the start to limit the number of trips to the store, since that will cost more time and therefor more money. I had a previous handyman adjust the door before, and the Handyman Matters job appears better than the previous. The doors close fine now, and he gave me some tips on another job I was working on. The paint job looks good, so I am happy with the results. I didn't get an itemization of the $45 in materials & handling, which in hindsight would have been nice. The handyman, Aarmando, was prompt, and easy to talk to.