J. service co.
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Hired 2 times
22 years in business
Plumbing Drain Repair
Toilet repair and 2 leaky bathroom sinks. Good man. Would definitely use again and recommend him for another job!Nov 1, 2015Verified
Very nice man, knowledgeable and determined to please the customer.Jun 13, 2018Verified
I hired Jeff to fix the ceiling in my living room as well as install recessed LED can lighting. The ceiling had began to sag severely and caused multiple large cracks. The end result came out great, price was more than fair, and Jeff was very easy to work with.Jan 21, 2018J. service co.'s reply
Thank you Adam like wise customers like you make it all worth great. And as you know if you have any problem out of any of it, you let me know and we will fix it
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?It's almost impossible to get a quote that is fair to customer and employee without seeing the job or at least talking to customer and getting their ideas on what they want. I don't want to give to big of a bid and customer draw back and say woe. But then I don't want to give a quote and get to the job, and say woe. Both needs to understand when we see the scope of work, then we talk price.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?If be you are a new customer, I want you to know that I have gone over your job several times, and if I'm bidding on it, that means I am confident of my qualifications in doing the job. I warranty all my work, and today I'm getting paid, but if I cut corners and it goes wrong next week, guess what now it's free. Now some might give you the runaround but I get customers off thumbtack and it don't take much of a runaround to get booted. I can not promise you things won't go wrong, but what I can say is this, if it does go wrong I will make it right.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?i started hanging Sheetrock at 19 for 8 years off & on doing some framing, I did motel Maint. at 28 I went to work for Roto-Rooter for 3 years then I started my own drain cleaning co. & have remodeled kitchens, bathrooms,I also built an addition Onto my mother's house I also have done home maint. I hear so many people talk about certification and all and I talk about qualifications. Most don't know the difference, qualifications are learned by you and ojt certification is when you put money in someone's hand and they say you know it. I can't show where anybody has taught me anything. Except backing and 18 wheeler. Otherwise what I know I learned.