The contract here is a very simple one, and is designed to protect both myself, and you the customer.
We charge half up front, and half on completion of each website.
When we take on a new project, we set aside about a week for smaller sites, and around 2 weeks or more for larger sites, and around a week extra for other issues that may arise.
During the time that the site is being made, there will be a holding page telling visitors to your site that it is being worked on, along with your logo, contact information etc.
You will be able to see the site taking shape though, if you would like. We issue you with a login, so you can access the site, and see how it’s shaping up.
Please be aware that the maximum period of time between starting the site and finishing the site must be no longer then 28 days, unless agreed beforehand. This prevents there from being the situation where a customer pays the first half, and then doesn’t commit to deliver the content needed to create the website.
Once the website is finished, the full amount is then payable. We will invoice you, and as soon as this clears, the site goes live.
If you want to edit the site yourself, once the site is live we will arrange to come to you and show you how to do so, updating it with news if needed, and adding new pages etc.
You do of course have 28 days by law in which to pay, but obviously the sooner you pay, the sooner the world will be able to see your shiny new website.
There isn’t much else to know. We’ve not yet had anyone refuse to pay us the second half.
Of course, if you have any questions we are just a phone call away.