|Sunday||10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Monday||10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Tuesday||10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Wednesday||10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Thursday||10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Friday||10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Saturday||10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
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Perfect job! You will love their professionalism and dedication to the job.Jul 20, 2018Verified
Stavo was super nice and very responsive. I needed my range hood swapped out with a new one and he did it very quickly. Simply a joy to be around.Mar 27, 2018Verified
It took him four hours to put a stero stand together. Told me parts were missing and they won't. He put them were they didn't belong. Put one of the of a drew upside down. It should be showing black when you open it instead it is brown. Left off the tacks that go into the legs of the stand because he didn't know where they went. Tryed putting up a towel rack. Put it up crockit. When talking it out he put holes in the wall. At that point I asked him to just leave. When hiring him I was told it would take less then two hours to hang two towels racks a Mirrow ( which I showed his helper how to hang) plus the tv stand. Two people to do it and after four hours it wasn't done right. Would never aloud him to fix anything in my home again.Just a waste of time and money.Apr 22, 2017VerifiedGustavo H.'s reply
Wow Ms. Kennedy, it seem since Thumbtack resolution center isn't accepting your lies; you felt the must to write this negative review. It's not really shocking, usually when a person is upset and feel like they can't win they resort to false actuations. Have you notice how out of all the my reviews you are the only one star. My review consist of about 80% of my customers and I have never had someone who was telling me what to do from the beginning end up being upset of their own instructions. Can you say you weren't watching me the whole time? Do you not remember tell my helper and I "don't follow the directions. It's common sense to build that"? Will you deny that I never put any holes on your wall until you were watching (even though you had a phone call and you left for about a minute)? Oh and do you remember you ask me to remove the installed towel bar and that is why you have those holes. I even told you that if we remove this item you will have holes there and when I finally pulled them out, that is when you started getting rude and misleading. You also are saying I didn't do my assembling right, which isn't correct because I followed the instructions correctly (even though you were telling me not to) and you saw that is was my helper who did the drawer piece and yes he (or someone after we left) could have made a mistake and put that piece in wrong but anyone can fix that with there hands and no tools. It's like a cardboard box so you can just push it out, flip it, and push it back in. I can come by and fix that for you at no charge like the holes on your walls. I was trying to tell you this on the phone when you called after I left but you were so upset you didn't let me talk. Before you even gave me a chance to give you a resolution, you yell that you are gonna report me to the better business. Later that day you report me to thumbtack and say I didn't finish my work but on these picture all I see is what you said was done before I left and holes you told me to punch into your walls. I would like to also add you clearly didn't know how to install towel racks and were confused on the new types unlike myself. So what is the unfinished part you are complaining about? the holes I tried to avoid but you insisted to make or the unflipped part of that draw? And how is the rest of the entertainment stand you ask me to do without the instructions, the other towel bar, or the mirror you insisted in helping with and never was asked to help. Oh and here a great question I have for you, did you read our sign agreement stating that you are being charged hourly? How many hours did you pay for those four hours it took for me to do these tasks of yours? Didn't you wait until we were an hour and a half into working when you informed me that all you had was for the first two hours. Being the nice professional I am, I decided and replied to you by saying "I will finish the assembling even if it take me longer than two hours. I will accept your two hours of pay". I said this because like all my customer know, I always do my best to keep customer happy. You haven't been looking for customer satisfaction but you are asking for your money back on an non fully paid for bill. Our message through thumbtack, phone conversations, and signed contract have it clearly that it would be a price for the first two hours and a hourly fee after and I took out the service fee before I even came to your home. Even though it took me four hours to do all yours task that you demanded me to do, I only charged you for two hours. So I fully understand how upset someone can be when they feel like they have been taken advantage of. Even as I write this I feel like you should pay for the rest of your bill before you ask me to fix the mistakes you instructed me to make. Customer who lie like this on review sites make it really hard to trust these reviews. Everything you put up is a lie you got from what I wrote to thumbtack solution center. I don't think it right to write false or misleading statements because thumbtack doesn't see your side of your story. But because I rather return to you your "two hours of four hours of work" than keep such a misleading statement such as your's up so here is what I will offer. If you delete this false statement then I would refund you half of the "two hours of fours hours of work" but if you would to be so kind to give me five stars on this rating system then I would more than happy to refund your whole "two hours of fours hours of work" you paid me. This will make it allot harder for me to tell people to trust these rating and reviews but because your whole statement and one star rating is just a way to get money, I don't think it really matter. I hope you make your decision quickly, I wouldn't want any future customer believing your experience is a reflection of my professional service. I will say that it will also be harder for me to do favor or give discount to customer now. Next time after two hours I will need to stop in order to not just save but keep money paid to me. Still I'm sure if I explained how I need to stop because you don't have enough to pay for the service being provided you would have one star rated me anyway.
Stavo did an excellent job repairing a wall at my apartment. He was very responsive, came at a time that was convenient for me, provided all materials, and even came back a second day free of charge to do final touch-ups once the spackling had dried from the prior day. Great experience.Jul 5, 2018Verified
Stavos was very friendly and professional. Answered all my questions and listened. He did a great job hanging a mirror and some other paintings Very competent in what he does.Jun 13, 2018Verified
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- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Depending on the customers needs are, I usually get as much information as I can to get them a round up figure of what it will cost. For big jobs like drywall repair or interior painting, I prefer to visit the location first to look at the project, take picture and take notes, and go over the agreement detailing everything for the project. smaller jobs like furniture assembling, disposal replacing, or T.V. mounting doesn't require me to visit. I explain the charges and once I meet them, I ask them to sign the agreement before I start on there task(s). Once I'm done I make sure everything is picked up and cleaned up. I then go over the balance due and go over the final bill with the customer. Once payment is given, I give a copy of everything signed and a receipt for payment.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?My education and training come from years of working as either a construction laborer, a handyman, a maintenance technician, a painter, a electrical assistant, plumber helper, and other jobs that required me to work with my hands and mind.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?After I left the military, I found my self doing security. One day I had a friend's neighbor ask me if I wouldn't mind doing some handyman work because they saw a brick fireplace wall I repainted. She asked me to repaint a office room from sky blue to yellow for a child, change the blades for the ceiling fans, fix the closet door, install a baby gate, fix a kitchen drawer, and change some old outlet to new ones. All the tasks was done within a day and I didn't ask them for an amount. I asked for what she thought It was worth. She gave me more then I was gaining in the security job and I realize that I would enjoy home improvement more than security. Now I'm here providing the best service to get customer happy.