Hired 40 times
3 years in business
(Eastern Time Zone)
8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Credit card, Cash, Venmo, Square
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Molding or baseboards,
Made sure the result was sturdy enough for my needs.Mar 21, 2019Verified
Excellent guy and i like the way he worked and he provided all the suggestionsFeb 20, 2019Verified
Arrived on time and completed the job. Also He helped fix another issue that wasn’t initially stated in my project. Thank you!Feb 14, 2019Verified
Am impressed with his skill and reasonable charge. I recommend him to others.Feb 2, 2017Verified
Andrew changed flood lights and a floodlight fixture. He was very conscientious and charged reasonably. I would not hesitate to recommend him.Jan 28, 2017Verified
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I worked at Lowe's while I was going to college. As management noticed my work ethic, I got moved from pure physical labor to departments and positions that required product knowledge... knowledge that there wasn't any good training programs for. I started working for a general remodeling contractor to start figuring out what the product I was selling did and how it worked. After a while, I became very proficient at it and discovered that, not only did I have a knack for it, I loved doing it and I loved fixing problems for people. During this time, I was moved into specially sales at Lowe's and worked on bathroom and kitchen remodels. What I leaned with the contractor helped me greatly there, and what I was learning there greatly helped me with what I was doing with the contractor. Eventually, I ended up on the management path in retail and would only do contracting jobs sporadically. I continued learning and building but I wansn't pursuing what I loved. Now, after a lot of soul searching, I am doing what I always felt like I should be doing. I want to bring that love of what I do to your project and share in your satisfaction with a job well done.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Find someone who can articulate what good practices are and what bad ones are and can back up those claims. There are a lot of shortcuts in a variety of building trades that are technically legal but structurally inferior and many contractors can be too eager to get to their next check.
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?Think about your end goal. Working via patchwork does not always produce good results. You don't always have to do everything all at once but it can be costly to do in pieces if you don't have an end target in mind.