Dear Valued Customer,
Handyman Connection of Mountain View is committed to providing the highest quality services to our customers. We know that our customers have a choice, and we are grateful for your continued partnership.
For the past several years, Handyman Connection of Mountain View has been absorbing processing and transaction fees related to payments made by credit card. Unfortunately, our costs for credit card acceptance have continued to rise. Credit card rates have continued to skyrocket over the last few years, and more and more credit cards are run with the card not present (phone transactions, etc.). “Card not present” transactions also increase the rate we are charged. The use of credit cards to pay bills has also increased significantly.
Effective April 1, 2023, we will begin adding a 3% convenience fee for all credit card payments. The fee with be added to payments made with Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover to offset the fees charged by the card companies. In accordance with credit card network rules, Handyman Connection of Mountain View cannot profit from this fee, and it does not exceed our expenses associated with accepting credit card payments.
Payments made by check, electronic payment (ACH/EFT), wire, or debit card will not be charged the convenience fee.
We thank you for your understanding as we implement this fee and offset some of the increased inflationary costs we are all incurring. We are happy to work with you on alternate payment options.
Handyman Connection of Mountain View
Outdoors / June 7, 2022
Vegetables are a great source of vitamins and minerals, and they also provide fiber and other nutrients. If you want to start growing vegetables at home, then you should consider building a vegetable garden.
You don’t need a large plot of land or lots of money to get started. In fact, you can even start growing vegetables from seeds in containers. The key is to choose the right plants and prepare them properly before planting.
You’ll find that there’s no limit on how many different types of vegetables you can grow in your own backyard. Whether you like cooking with fresh produce or just eating it raw, you’re sure to enjoy having a vegetable garden.
The first step to starting a vegetable garden is choosing what kind of plants you’d like to grow. There are several factors to consider when selecting your crops:
Once you’ve chosen which plants you’d like to plant, you’ll need to prepare the soil. This includes adding organic matter such as composted manure, peat moss, or leaf mold. It’s important to add this material to the soil so that it doesn’t dry out during the summer months.
After preparing the soil, you’ll need to sow the seeds. Sow seeds directly into the ground or plant them in pots. When sowing seeds into the ground, make sure to use a trowel to gently mix the seed mixture into the soil.
If you plan to grow vegetables throughout the year, then you’ll need to water them regularly. During the spring and fall, you can water your plants once every week. However, if you live in an area where temperatures remain above 80 degrees Fahrenheit all year long, you may only need to water once every two weeks.
When harvesting vegetables, remember to pick them early. A lot of vegetables taste best when harvested young. Once they reach maturity, they tend to lose flavor.
Growing your own vegetables is a fun way to spend time outdoors. As you harvest your crops, you’ll notice that you’ll have much more control over what goes into your meals. Plus, you won’t have to pay exorbitant prices at the grocery store.
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