The Solstice Center, LLC ([url removed, login to view]) is a small, unique healing-arts center in Boulder, Colorado, that is used for retreats and workshops. Our business is renting these rooms to the general public. Recently we devised a new rental schedule that sets the prices for the various rooms; unfortunately this schedule, while making good sense to me (the facility manager) and the building owner, who devised it, the schedule is confusing for the average person to figure out in a short period of time.
Here is a link to the PDF of the rent schedule:
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My goal is to get a script that I can place on our website that allows people to identify the base cost of room rental before contacting me. We host our website at [url removed, login to view] and I believe some CGI functionality could be set up, but I need to check into this. I am proficient at web page design and maintain the website, so once I have the script and the means to make it work I think I will be ok.
The variables are this: We have three rooms that are regularly rented out. Two are the same price but one is more expensive. Sometimes a combination of the rooms are used. We have premium rates (for weekends and weekdays after 5:00) and non-premium rates. We also have non-profit rates for all of the above. We rent by tallying up the total # of hours in a given contract time; the more hours, the better the discount, and that is detailed in the schedule. the link to the rate sheet was devised on a spreadsheet so it follows some basic logic. I think this might be a fairly simple project, but I'm not sure! Thanks for considering it. Jonathan Machen, Facility Manager, Solstice Center LLC
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I use a Mac but I don't think this matters..