Vision R&R for your handy man needs & Bliss const for your lic contractor needs

Woodland Hills, CA

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About this pro

How does your service stand out?

we do not take short cuts and we take pride in what we do there are few true craftsman remaining and we believe we would make the old time craftsman proud.

What do you enjoy about the work you do?

At the end of any project when the home owner says everything looks incredible thank you so much and all my friends know about you guys...


Woodland Hills, CA 91367

Years in business


Times hired on Thumbtack



3 Reviews
  • Maria H. Aug 12, 2015
    Verified Review
    Abe was extremely professional and helpful with my handyman needs: he plastered, painted, put up blinds, installed a chandelier, and did it quickly, professionally, with a great sense of humor. I would definitely recommend him.
    Replied to Maria H. - Jan 21, 2016

    thank you Maria, you were a delight to work with. you have a great personality and really cool. can't wait for your next project : ))

  • Jeff C. Feb 10, 2014
    Abe performed various tasks in my place including the bath, kitchen and flooring. He was always polite and as a real estate appraiser, I even pass out his cards to clients asking for repairs.
    Replied to Jeff C. - Feb 10, 2014

    thanks for taking the time, its much appreciated. hope all is well

  • CL T. Aug 7, 2013
    TV Mounting
    Verified Review
    If you need the right guy for the job/s you need done, call Abe! I have never met the guy before but he is an instant friend. Very likeable with a great personality. I do not warm up to people easily so for me to say Abe is a good guy would be rare for anyone. I hope to have him and his don back soon to do some other things that need to be done. Tip notch work by a to shelf guy. Highly recommended!!!!
    Replied to CL T. - Feb 10, 2014

    just noticed this review. thanks for taking the time and hope all is well


What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
make sure you and the contractor / workers communicate daily or at least few times a week and never pay labor money up front. only cover the materials and with in few days of observing the work that is being done. you will know if you hired the right guys and then start making scheduled payments towards labor.make sure you hold min 35% balance till job is complete. and most importantly try to look at the work they did at the person who referred them to you. do not hire any one that was not referred to you unless they agree to no payments till job is done...