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We had kitchen cabinets that were not staying shut. Harlan came by to assess the problem, figured it out and ordered and installed the hardware that fixed the problem. He was super fast and efficient. He also checked the rest of the kitchen cabinets and drawers while he was here and fixed some drawers that we did not think were fixable! Highly recommend Harlan and his quality workmanship.Jul 25, 2016
Custom Cabinet Building
Harlan and his partner were fantastic. Extremely thorough, easy to work with, on-schedule, and on-budget. Would definitely recommend.Dec 23, 2019Verified
Custom Cabinet Building
Harlan did an excellent job!Mar 11, 2017Verified
Trim or Molding Installation
Replaced moulding on three interior doors (one double "French" door) in our 94 year old SF house. Helped choose the right wood and design. Was knowledgeable, friendly, and aware of ways to save money while doing a good job. Was a small job, but we plan to hire him again as we slowly remodel and upgrade our house.Aug 13, 2016Verified
Custom Furniture Building
Harlan did a beautiful job on my bay window built-in bench. It seemed straightforward enough, but there are many small details that can be overlooked. From the get go, Harlan was thoughtful, methodical and anticipated things down the road so we could discuss them ahead of time. He introduced me to contractors to do do the demo work I needed, and was helpful in as many ways as he could be. He was also communicative about updates and very respectful working inside my home, always taking care to clean up after a day's work. The project took longer than expected mainly because Harlan's assistant had a health issue that took him off he job for awhile. Harlan did what he could to get a replacement helper else in to keep things moving forward. He is a genuinely friendly person and a hard-working craftsmen. He does advertise that he works a hard and short day deliberately, so if you are not in a huge rush for your project, you should give him a ring.May 15, 2018Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I basically get $60 an hour but I can also bid by the job if I get a chance to work with and design the piece with the customer. Most cabinet shops charge anywhere from $90-$120 an hour. I work out of a very small shop and therefore don’t have as high of an overhead.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?First I like to meet the customer see what their needs are, look at the space, take the measurements, and draw up some rough designs. Then while building if there are any questions I have, I insist on working with the client to figure out what fits and suits them best.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?None formally but over 30 years of experience.