About this pro
14 years in business
4 hires on Thumbtack
Did outstanding job very pleased. Would highly recomendMar 29, 2017Verified
Without a doubt Chris Waldrop is the most professional contractor I've ever worked with. He is an effective communicator who works diligently coordinating orders to make sure he satisfies his customers. He is always on time, organized, and respects other people's time. Chris Waldrop is a multi-talented man of high integrity and it is a pleasure that I recommend him for any job.Mar 13, 2014Verified
The job was sprucing up the window trim around our house. The project turned out to be more involved than I thought, but Chris and his crew handled every aspect of it without a problem in just a few days. Chris did not lowball the estimate (as others did) just to get the job; he gave an accurate price and then threw in some extra work along the way without raising the price. He also listens to what the customer wants but is not afraid to express his opinion if he thinks, based on his experience, something will be better than what you had in mind. I am grateful to have found Chris because for a while now I have been looking for a true professional who I could trust to do the range of projects that will be needed on this house and Chris and his crew fit the bill.Mar 12, 2014Verified
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- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I'm constantly doing research on product innovations, the latest in design and code.
- What types of customers have you worked with?Kitchens, bathrooms, decks and creating space within the confines of an existing one.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Have a plan. Most clients have a general idea of what they want but often do not have a solid plan and or budget in mind for the project. Do your own general research on material costs etc, prior to meeting with a contractor. I've discovered that many clients have no idea of what materials can cost and are often taken by surprise during the estimating process.Doing your own research will save both you and the contractor a lot of time and will make for a better experience all-around. Lastly, Hire the contractor you like, not necessarily the lowest price, and always, always ask for references.