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Hired 25 times
47 years in business
(Eastern Time Zone)
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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Skip did a great job. We were selling our house and no longer lived in-state, and we needed a handyman to get it ready. He worked with us to take care of a bunch of projects around the house. 10/10, would hire again!Nov 14, 2018Verified
Skip did a series of tiny-to-small projects around the house. He replaced our front porch stairs, hung a porch swing, raised a threshold, installed a couple ceilings, lowered a peninsula cabinet, replaced an exterior door, installed a glass shower enclosure, etc. He did everything fabulously. He took on the subcontracting of some other work, too, and acted as the general contractor. His standard of quality was the same as ours. We are thrilled with everything he did. He was prompt and industrious in getting the work done. We would definitely use him again and have recommended him to others for similar work.Feb 4, 2017Verified
He was professional, punctual, and did great work. Would hire againJun 1, 2019Verified
We hired Skip for a bathroom remodel and have no problems recommending him. The bathroom looks great. He’s friendly, responsive, and I never worried about leaving him alone in our home. We will absolutely call him first whenever we need work done.Oct 26, 2018Verified
Skip has been AMAZING!! He installed our new kitchen cabinets, backsplash, recessed lighting, and installed new plumbing and electrical. He installed our vinyl plank flooring, baseboards, and has helped with multiple projects in our home we just purchased. He is dependable, punctual, extremely hard working, more than competent, and one of the friendliest guys you will ever meet. I would highly recommend him to anyone for just about any project in your home!Dec 25, 2017Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I realize that I am not the cheapest in town but if you read my reviews you will see that I have many satisified customers. Don't expect a BMW if you pay for a Yugo.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?initial meeting with customer to establish what the project entails. Determine if engineered plans are necessary for permitting. Determine if sub contractors are required. Work up a price for the project.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I am a 3rd generation general contractor