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Fence and Gate Installation
Started job fight away. Finished job for a good price.honestJun 18, 2018Verified
Fence and Gate Repairs
Anthony was contracted to replace 7 ft of wooden fencing. It turns out that he know a bit of everything so he ended up repairing my Stucco flashing and efflorescence. Not to mention he also painted 2 bedroom. All this was done rather quickly and reasonably priced. We will be seeking his assistance again when we are ready for our next set of projects.Feb 7, 2018Verified
Plumbing Drain Repair
Fixed Our Plumbing Problem In Little Over 1 Hour, Very Reasonable Fee Too!Feb 24, 2016Verified
Interior Wall Removal
Will def use for other things!Apr 21, 2018Verified
The job was to be to replace wood handrails going up a to a front porch. He was to also fix/replace a window sill on the second floor as well as fix/replace some trim on the second floor.He took the handrails as a template , which was fine and said it would a couple weeks, which was fine. After a few weeks, he called and said he was not happy with them and needed a few more weeks, which was ok. After 2 1/2 weeks I called Anthony to find out what was happening, he told me he fell off a roof and could not work till he got a doctors note. I waited another two weeks and called again. He said he could install the handrail in a few days and he would bring someone to help him. He would bring a ladder to do the 2nd floor work so he would not have to come in the house. He did show up and spent the day on installing the handrails, at that point he told me he was not going to do the 2nd floor work because he did not want to fall. It was about 5:00 when they finished. He reduced the price of the work. The next day I took a close look at the handrail. It was sturdy enough, however, the spindles were not square to the stairs and the spacing was terrible. I called him within 48 hours and told him I was not happy with them and to please set a time to come out and discuss how to fix. He did not return my phone call. So now I have repairs still needed on the second floor, and a out of square handrail.Jun 7, 2016Verified
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I review with my potential customers all work details. I explain how the project will flow and discuss procedures, material requirements and price. In addition, we agree on start and finish dates.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have 30 years of experience with proven success. References available upon request
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I enjoy the diversity of each job and the sense of satisfaction at the end of each project. Job satisfaction along with my experience is why I like doing what I do.