That’s not a question, smart guy. Listen, between friends and family, I know a lot of small business owners and people who work in not-for-profit. Even though a website is a good investment, it can be tough to justify (and find!) a couple thousand dollars for a website when all you want to do is tell customers what you do, how to find you, and stay current with your competition. My price point allows for that group of people to get a nice, functional, and professional-looking website.
And, in the interest of transparency, there is a trade-off in working with me. This is a one-man, part-time operation for me so I have part-time office hours (i.e. I’m not on-call). But I am pretty quick at returning emails and I have time on evenings and weekends to dedicate. Quality, however, is not something I think you need to worry about. The clients I work with can all testify to that.
Also, while I am technically not available 24/7, the hosting service that I use is. They have 24/7 customer support so if there is an issue with your website, know that there is support there for you.