Frequently Asked Questions
Before Your Service
How do you charge for each job?
If your project is a singular item, I will provide a quote before the job begins. For the specific items of in-ground basketball hoops, TVs, and garage door openers, you can get the price right on my Request Pricing page.
If you have a list of projects (such as: replacing 3 lights, 2 fans, a desk, a chair, and 8 pictures) where the time cannot be predicted, I will quote my current rate of $145 per hour.
What time-windows do you offer?
I normally give a window or less. Once on my way to you, I will notify you again with my exact arrival time.
Should I contact you before or after I get my item?
You may do either. I can work with any situation.
- If it's not been purchased yet
- I may be able to recommend brands and sizes.
- If it's already been shipped
- I can schedule to get your item assembled quickly after its arrival.
- If it's already there
- I'll get it completed ASAP.
If you deliver my item, will it arrive already assembled?
No, I always assemble your item on-site. For two reasons:
- To prevent damage to your product. Damage is more likely out of the box.
- Not all items fit through doorways once assembled.
If someone other than Precise Assemblies is delivering your item, it's preferred that the boxes be placed near the final location.
- If the boxes must be moved after my arrival, or moving the boxes is requested, an additional charge for this service will be incurred at the rate of $145 per hour.
After Your Service
When do I pay?
You do not pay until after your project is complete.
For in-ground basketball hoops, I require 50% after the completion of the first visit, before I depart. The next 50% after the completion of the second visit, also before I depart.
What payment options do you take?
Accepted forms of payment are cash, check, Venmo®, and Google Pay®.
Checks to Precise Assemblies
Google Pay to (573) 579‑0019
Do you offer a military discount?
No, at this time I do not.
Is Precise Assemblies a franchise?
No, Precise Assemblies was founded by and is operated by Jeremy Glastetter.
Do you only assemble items that come from specific stores?
No, items from most all stores and manufacturers are fair game. The companies listed on the home page are only the most familiar names to the general public.