Hired 7 times
2 years in business
New window for bathroom
Block glass window for walk in shower
Photos and Videos
Molding or baseboards,
It was convenient however I wish I had known upfront that he charged a minimum charge for electrical work.Jun 28, 2019VerifiedMr. Moore's Handyman Services's reply
Hi Jill. I do feel that $150 for a ceiling fan is a fair price. Most people are happy with it as I do them quite often. I do most my work through referrals. Haven't had thumbtack on for quite a while and forgot it was advertised as hourly. This is however my fault. It took me 2 hrs so if reimbursimg you the $50 will earn me a five star review with you I'd be happy to do so. I don't want you to feel I was pulling a fast one. Please let me know if this would be enough to satisfy you as another happy customer.
Daniel is excellent! Great, dependable work and very professional! He knows what he is doing and is well versed in many trades. I will definitely use him again and highly recommend him to others!Nov 8, 2018Verified
Daniel was quick to respond and even came out the very next day. We are very pleased with his work and would recommend him in the future.Dec 11, 2018Verified
Very good team of workersFeb 10, 2020Verified
Shower and Bathtub Installation or Replacement
The guys did the work in the time promised, cleaned up the area nicely and were very professional. Will definitely used them againSep 20, 2018Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Prices vary from job to job. Depending on skill requirement, job difficulty and liability of the scope. We offer 5% discount for customer testimonials. 5% discounts for senior citizens and military veterans.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?We meet and greet. Then we do a walk through of the job. Then discuss any possible add charges for details that may have been left out of the job description due to oversight or lack of know how. After that we write up the contract and timeline; then we execute the task to achieve customer satisfaction.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Years of experience working in most trades under our Father. Our Father was a plumbing contractor and then a general contractor, before moving to real estate. We worked for a general contractor as carpenters for 2 years remodeling flip homes. Then we worked for a service plumbing company for two years as service plumbers. Daniel Moore studied at CSLS for the class B license and is in the process of becoming a General Contractor. Jordan Moore is studying at CSLS for the C36 license and is in the process of becoming a licensed commercial/residential plumber. Born into the trades, we both come from a long line of builders dating back several generations.