Mr. Fix-It Co.
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47 years in business
1 hire on Thumbtack
Worst service ever! Had to call three times just to get someone to come to the house. After the first call, my mother was promised someone would be at the house before noon. She waited and waited - no one came, nor did anyone call. Second go around, someone was to be at the house by noon, and she was called and told it was too hot, and his truck was not working properly. Another day wasted. Messages were left and never returned. FINALLY, a Mike showed up on the 29th and did not have a clue as to what was needed to be done. I could have done the same thing and not charged my mother $185.18 for two hours of crappy work. The issues have not been resolved, as I told Mike, and he just blew me off. The owner is never available, nor is anyone in an office. This is not a real business in my experience. I would never recommend them to anyone, and think they are scam artists, claiming to be repair men. What a joke!!Aug 2, 2015
Workers called 10 minutes before they were to be here, had no idea what they were supposed to be doing. And when I told the guy what I did need, he kept insisting I give him my address. Creepy. Will NOT be using these guys.Jul 24, 2014VerifiedPeter B.'s reply
That is not quite true. You would not give your address to the office but would at the time of our advance call. Our techs knew what they were to do & advised you at the time of there call. You however kept questioning them about your job & about YFY? We told you that we do no do YFY & we need to see the job to be able to respond to your questions correctly. You refused to give your address! Sorry we do not want to work for customers like you. Good luck in finding a contractor who will deal with you.
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