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Molding or baseboards,
John is a terrific handyman and individual. Extremely professional and goes beyond the ask. He did incredible drywall work for us as well as electrical, curtain rods, tv mount setup and a bunch of other things. He's very personable as well. We will definitely be hiring John again soon and can't recommend him enough. Thank you for everything, John.Sep 17, 2017Verified
Fantastic job. I absolutely recommend John to tackle your home to-do list. He is a lovely, hard-working and diligent handyman with extensive knowledge of all things needing repair around the home. Prompt communication before the appointment too.Apr 11, 2017Verified
Appliance Repair or Maintenance
Quality handyman, did a GREAT job fixing my dryer for a very good price.Oct 25, 2017Verified
John did an exceptional job with the installation of my garage cabinets. I'm a stickler for detail and John hit it out of the park. Since our cabinet installation in the garage, John has become my go-to handyman and has helped us with numerous items around the house. I could not give a higher recommendation.Oct 16, 2017Verified
Electrical and Wiring Repair
John was extremely helpful. He came to fix my ceiling fan (which he did a fantastic job on and for a very fair price) and ended up fixing my closet and giving me advice on another handyman issue. I highly recommend John for any of your handyman projects - he's a rare find.Jul 29, 2017Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?My prices are based on what's required to get the job done. Typically my quote has a split hourly rate that reflects a discount for more time spent on the job. My clients think my prices are fair; they keep calling with more work and referrals.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Understanding my customer's needs and priorities is the first step. Once the job is explained, we talk about how I'm going to get the job done. This is the point where I discuss options and make suggestions. When the job is complete, I walk through what was done and make any adjustments or alterations.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Handyman training or education isn't available in an academic setting. It has to be learned from hands-on experience gained by working with peers, mentors, and on-the-job. I grew up fixing things that were broken and building things I wanted. It started with building models, then fixing and repairing boats, cars, and motors. As I got older, the tools and projects got more dangerous and I started working with wood and helping with electrical and plumbing projects. Now I can frame, sheetrock, and paint a wall, add outlets and ethernet, and then install a light, ceiling fan, and dimmer.