It’s free with no obligation to hire
Hired 60 times
20 years in business
(Pacific Time Zone)
12:00 a.m. to midnight
Cash, Check, Credit card, Paypal, Square cash app, Venmo
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Jul - Dec
Photos and Videos
Shane and Craig completed a very professional job of installing my new Security and Home Automation System. They recommended what product would be best for my place and I’m really happy with the results. Thank you!Oct 13, 2017
Their level of professionalism was very high. They were meticulous and made sure it was done right. We were especially grateful that they could come to our store after hours and on the weekend as not to interrupt store hours. By not having to close, we did not forfeit any sales. Their price was very reasonable and we were able to start our repairs right away. I will certainly ask them to do any future work that comes up at my store or home.Nov 6, 2017Verified
Local Moving (under 50 miles)
It was really a pleasure working with Shane & Craig! They were flexible with timing when my truck guy was late. If moving can be fun... I highly recommend them!Nov 5, 2019Verified
Great work, detail oriented, collaborative, time efficient, and very responsive. Thanks.Nov 13, 2019Verified
Local Moving (under 50 miles)
We hired them for our wedding. We needed someone to pickup all of our decor and leftover food/drinks and bring it back to our house. They did everything we asked, showed up on time, and even took the extra step of trying to "decorate" the house with the flowers. Thank you!!Oct 30, 2019Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?We usually charge 40-50 per man per hour. We often have the two of us come together for gigs - we can get twice as much done (or more!) in the same amount of time.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?1) Write a response and loose bid based on the available info. 2) Discuss schedule and specifics if they respond. 3) Adjust bid, if necessary. Communicate with client. 4) Do research on the project and gather any required materials and/or tools. 5) Arrive at worksite on schedule. 6) Preform task as outlined. Communicate and unforeseen issues that may affect cost or schedule, then get client approval, before they impact our progress. 7) Finish the job to client satisfaction. 8) Invoice client and collect payment. We always like cash, but will accept PayPal, Venmo and Square (this includes Visa, MasterCard and Amex. 9) Be responsive to any followup or required maintenance needed, per client feedback, on the given project.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?We started out as free-lance workers in production, set design and grip and electrical in Bay Area filmmaking. I also recently got my MFA degree in the graduate program at SFAI in sculpture and technology. My partner has been a building/tech/DYI hobbyist since his early teens.