Hired 17 times
27 years in business
(Central Time Zone)
7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Credit card, Cash, Venmo, Paypal, Square
Areas needing work
Molding or baseboards,
Hanging pictures or mirrors,
John does great work. Highly recommend. We will definitely hire him again.Nov 26, 2018Verified
John was great to work with. He assembled the furniture that we requested and even took on another project that we hadn't planned on. He's also great about offering other services and recommendations. He was kind enough to haul out a bunch of trash and recycling from the packing material for the furniture since our building can't handle that volume of disposal. We'd definitely hire him again as a handyman, and would consider reaching out to him for other skills as well.Mar 29, 2018Verified
Give a lot of advice.Sep 2, 2018Verified
John did excellent work that was above my expectations. Will hire again as the need arises.Oct 26, 2018Verified
John was very professional and punctual. He does the leg work upfront so he can come prepared for the job and just get started. I liked that he requested pictures via text of the hardware, etc so he can be prepared to bring the right tools in the morning. He arrived on time and worked efficiently to get the job done.Aug 17, 2018Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Most projects are custom and there are too many variables to be standard. Kitchens can range from $300-600 per linear foot as an estimate. Wood type, door type, trim, finish and inserts all contribute to variables.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Visit the site, collaborate with the customer. Determine budget and project goals. Design the kitchen layout and function, and bid. Then start the project
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?On the Job, the best kind. Each project is a refinement of skill and what works well for customers.