Current Top Pro
Hired 14 times
2 years in business
(Pacific Time Zone)
12:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Currently a Top Pro
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Jan - Jul
Areas needing work
Hanging pictures or mirrors,
Mike U.Jun 4, 2018Verified
Not qualified to install a faucet. Spent 10+ hours and multiple days & trips to my house ( not timely) and still left the job not completed. As a matter of fact, my faucet is leaking worse now. I have to call someone else to come and fix the mess he left. He's a nice person but high-strung. He should not have accepted my job. He probably can do other jobs just fine, but not plumbing.Aug 13, 2017
Great job! A bit scattered with responsiveness, but he definitely came through once a time was set. The job he did went above and beyond my expectations for the work. He's super particular about the work he does, so expect every "i" to be dotted and "t" to be crossed when he's done.Aug 23, 2017Verified
Justin and johnMay 30, 2018Verified
Matthew C.Mar 14, 2018Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?That I am a bit meticulous, all with the intention of making my client happy with my service. when there's room for interpretation, I'm not sure how thorough to be. "kinda clean this all up" is like a foreign language. so if I spend too much time on something, feel free to let me know that is sufficient. to me, raking the leaves is raking the leaves. not so much raking half the leaves
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I reached an early level of college life. I excelled in math and science from the get go, and am analytical and logical by nature. However, redundancy and sitting in class does not keep me engaged. not until age 23, did I discover that blue collar industries is what I prefer to have a career in. since then, I have been safety certified and trained by two very reputable companies on many aspects of personal, occupational, and public safety, as well as site-specific procedures for some of the biggest corporate entities in the country. my first concern is what is safe for myself and those around me, And always provide options for the customers best interest. untility/power line experience both overhead and underground, traffic safety, first aid, proper rigging hoisting, practically all power and hand tools
- How did you get started doing this type of work?well.....I left the five cities, where I was born and raised, a couple years back after 8 years in the local labor union with one company. I didn't feel utilized and pursued a different outdoor construction trade. long story short, I came back home a year later, and started gardening and shoveling for extra cash. I've been acquiring tools as I needed them, as investments, as well as knowledge and skills. I love having something different to do every day, and meeting new people.