Responds within a day
Hired 36 times
Serves Sacramento, CA
1 year in business
Apple Pay, Cash, Check, Credit card, Square cash app, Venmo
Maintain 6 feet of distance from customers
Wear masks during the job
Wear gloves during the job
Disinfect surfaces touched during the job
Customers rated this pro highly for professionalism, responsiveness, and work quality.
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Appliance Repair or Maintenance
Details: KitchenAid • Residential
Details: PC • Desktop • Troubleshooting needed to determine issue • My home, venue, etc.
Network Support Services
Details: Personal (Home) • Technology support • Network administration • Computer • Remotely (phone or internet) • My home, venue, etc.
Details: 2 - 5 hours (A few different projects) • Installation • Maintenance • Assembly • Repairs • Kitchen • Bedroom • Deck or porch • Shelving • Wall hangings • Furniture • Home
Network Support Services
Details: Personal (Home) • Technology support • Computer • My home, venue, etc.
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
I am very big on determining a budget as a crucial part of any project. It lets me make the most informed decisions about different design aspects and then be able to work backwards. That way, in the end, there aren’t any surprises or unexpected charges for them. Another factor in regards to my pricing and rates is that I stay consistent. A lot of professionals will have set rates but also add additional fees in certain cases like working late at night or on the weekends. For me, those things aren’t important, nor do they affect my interest in a project. I truly love what I do Sunday through Saturday, Morning or Night!
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
My first step is always about making sure I fully understand what a client wants. We will have a conversation about what they are looking for in a final product as well as discuss a budget that they feel comfortable with. This allows me to start coming up with ideas and visuals. Even for the much smaller kinds of projects I like to create a visual representation of some sort so that everyone is on the same page before the actual project begins. For remodeling jobs I’ll typically create a 3D rendering or sketch that I can present to the client and discuss any changes or edits they might have. For smaller jobs I also like to mock-up some sort of sketch or drawing. Whether it’s an entire kitchen or just simply mounting a TV, it’s important that a client knows what to expect in the final result.
- What types of customers have you worked with?
All types! - High School Students - College students - First time home owners - Clients who are just looking for a designer or clients who are looking for someone to do the complete job - Celebrities - Huge Families of 10+ people - Clients with an extremely limited budget and clients with an unlimited budget - Clients who need their homes to stay handicap accessible - Clients who are blind or deaf - Clients who do not speak any amount of English - Business Owners - Store Managers - Non-Profit Organizations - Volunteer Communities The list goes on! For me, a client is a client is a client. I’m hired to do a job for them and that remains the goal from start to finish, regardless of any differences or similarities that a certain client may have with another. I do what I can to fulfill what they need.