Current Top Pro
Hired 187 times
2 years in business
(Central Time Zone)
9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Credit card, Cash, Paypal
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We contacted Cary about some items we needed removed. He responded promptly with a very competitive price and we did the deal. No fuss no hassle. We recommend him highlyJan 17, 2019Verified
Cary and his partner showed up on time and kept with the quoted price. They cleaned up and hauled away a big pile of construction debris (junk). They did not leave a trace of the junk. Very happy with the job and I would use Carl again. I have already referred him to my contractor. Thanks Carl!Apr 28, 2018Verified
Cary kept in contact with me, arrived on time and even sent photos of the cleanup job once completed. Can’t do much better than that!Mar 1, 2018Verified
Cary was very responsive and thorough. Due to some misunderstanding on both our parts, there was a task he left undone, but was quick to rectify and complete the full job. He was polite, professional, easy to communicate with. I would definitely call him again if I needed more junk removed. Highly recommend!Jan 17, 2019Verified
Cary was very quick to respond, got the job done ASAP and was timely, efficient, and did a very good job. He even found another issue that was causing some water to get into our garage and helped us fix that as well. Highly recommend him!Jan 13, 2019Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I admit I try to have a lower price. it's not because of lack of concern or standards. it's because I am starting out. That's not meaning I lack knowledge or experience, but I know I need more jobs to prove myself. I know that without the profile of the others, I can't ask for the prices of the others. I'm trying to build my name and my experience and profile. I see it as that difference in the costs I give, is what I'm paying to build and grow to become the best I can be.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Getting to know them. let them know who I am. Show them how I intend to help them achieve the service they ask, not the person who only looks.for.the short cuts with the highest payoff.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have a couple of years of college. mostly though I. the.culinary arts, but also I was raised by a mother and grandparents who taught me a strong work ethic.