J Strauss - Handyman
Hired 10 times
2 years in business
Cash, Check, Credit card, Google Pay, Paypal, Square cash app
This pro indicated that they reviewed CDC safety guidelines for COVID-19 and pledged to do the following:
Maintain 6 feet of distance from customers
Wear masks during the job
Needed to have our wood rotted doorframe repaired and Mr. Strauss responded to my project request immediately. It was easy to schedule a time and he started work the next day. He was knowledgeable in what needed to be done and completed the job in a few hours. Great quality work and honest pricing. Thanks J for making it so simple for us. We appreciate the hard work! Will recommend without hesitation.Nov 2, 2020Verified
Full Service Lawn Care
J was very helpful in accommodating our last minute needs, he did a good job and will hire again for other needs. He worked with us and that’s what we appreciated most. Thanks J!Oct 31, 2020Verified
J was a hard worker and on time. He was innovative with the work I was having done and came up with solutions to solve the job. He was very quick to answer me back with the job quote. Hire him.Oct 9, 2020Verified
J was able to show up with being able to assemble a wire stack storage and multiple baby furniture that met all expectations. I would recommend his services when looking for a handyman.Oct 9, 2020Verified
J did an excellent job! He responded quickly and was very communicative! Thank you so much :-)Nov 11, 2020Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?If i quote you a price and timeframe, if it goes longer than expected, i stick to that price. I won't charge extra than what we have agreed to. I consider my word binding and aim to leave customers satisfied with the work I do and the price they pay. I have a price ceiling for gas dryer ducts, new install or removal and replacement, $499 includes parts and labor. Low enough to not require a permit if it's not a part of a larger project. can be lower but will never be more than that
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Find out the specifics of the job. Ask for clarification if any is needed. Schedule. Complete work.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?Began doing work for those that I already knew personally. I've always enjoyed fixing and building things and this branched out into an occupation. As luck would have it, I really enjoy helping people and have developed a policy of being "unreasonably reasonable".