About this pro
6 years in business
1 hire on Thumbtack
Nick is well worth the time and money. He provided a great walk through and quote, and delivered on his estimate better than I expected. He is very knowledgeable, and has a wide range of skills for your projects. I will be having him out again very soon for projects big and small. Thanks Nick!Jul 1, 2015Verified
I've worked with Nick on numerous jobs ranging from drywall repair to full blown kitchen tear out and redesign. Nick is knowledgeable and helpful in all areas of construction. You can use Nick with confidence.Jun 30, 2015
I run a property management business along with owning eight if my own properties. I use Nick for small AND large jobs and am always very,very happy with his work product and his professionalism. The people I hire are a reflection of my business. Because of that, I only use people I trust will carry the excellent customer service into a job. Nick fits that bill on every job I hire him for. He's on time, courteous and does excellent work. All my tenants are very happy with his demeanor and the owners are very satisfied with his work.Jun 23, 2015
Nick Buhler of Buhlerbuilt inc Is amazing, not only did he complete the job on time but UNDER THE ORIGINAL QUOTE! I FELT HORRIBLE I should have paid him the original quote price. Nicholas is a one man army his work is prestigious he deserves an awardJun 23, 2015
This contractors hard work and dedication to complete projects on time with superior quality of finish products is a bench mark of our time. This young man is a aspiring contractor that takes a lot of pride and devotion to everything he touches. Keep up the good work!Jun 23, 2015
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Redwood&cedar fencing: 6' tall (2rail) "good neighbor" alternating panels every 8' = $25.00 a lineal foot. This is a high quote... "do to: hard pan, large rock encounters, roots, or obstructions while digging and setting posts"
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Currently I'm sending myself, and saving up for the WECA electrical training program. (Certified electrician program through the state of California.)
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I came from a hardworking middle class family that did not have the funds to send myself to college. Construction was my only option. So I followed in my fathers footsteps and obtained my license to have some freedom being self employed.