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Todd is truly a seasoned handyman. I live in one of those turn of the century SF houses that need a lot of upkeep. So over the years I have worked with many tradesmen. It’s rarely that I find someone fully trained in so many skills. Todd primarily did carpentry work on this project. But I see him doing good work on electricals in future as well. He knows his stuff. Has all the tools. Is responsive, productive and has a good sense of taking each of the tasks to full completion. While he is at the very top end of the hourly rate for such professionals, I see value in that the lives on the next hill in our high-priced city and has earned all the relevant skills for the kinds of houses we have in San Francisco. I will continue to hire him as the project evolves.Mar 28, 2018Verified
Todd did a quick turnaround on fixing an old door and swapping the swing direction of another. He billed a reasonable rate. I’m already collecting more projects around the house for him to do :)Feb 20, 2018Verified
Todd was phenomenal. He communicated quickly and didn’t mind stopping to get a spare part on his way. His work to install a ceiling light was top notch and he was fun to be around. You’ll be in great hands with Todd.Feb 10, 2018Verified
Todd Mosher was quick to respond and did the work efficientlyMar 20, 2018Verified
Quick focused response to urgent problemFeb 28, 2018Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?My fee's are hourly and vary between $105 for carpentry, painting, etc. and $115/hour for electrical. I charge half of my time for travel if the job is under 4 hours and try and work close to where I live in Russian Hill. I try and keep needed supplies and hardware in stock in order to avoid charging client's time to purchase what would be needed for the project. Occasionally, the need arises to add some time to obtain hardware or supplies to compete the project.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?My main process is to listen to what you need done and suggest the best, safest and most economical way to get it done. The more detail that I have in the way of description or photos, the easier it will be for me to suggest the best way to get the project completed in the most economical manner.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I operated a general contracting business for many years and completed everything from deck building to kitchen and bath renovations to housing additions. I'm skilled in Electrical, Plumbing, Carpentry and most related disciplines.