Real Property Handyman Services of the Beach Cities, South Bay
About this pro
Scott is both talented and dedicated to his craft. He has fixed almost everything in my home! Installed new electrical in my shed, and for my hot tub, fixed a broken gate, installed an inexpensive (and very creative) ceiling in my garage, and even fixed the bumper of my car. I've used Scott for years and can confirm that if there is something that comes up he hasn't experienced before (which is unlikely) he will go learn everything there is to know about it so he can fix it as well as possible. There simply isn't a more wiling and honest person out there who can be trusted with this kind of work. I can't recommend him enough!Jun 23, 2014
Scott, does exceptional work on time and on budget. He is pleasant and easy to work with. I recommend him for all of you handyman needs unconditionally. He has done an outstanding job on my rehab and I couldn't be more pleased.Jun 23, 2014
- How did you get started doing this type of work?More to follow.
- What types of customers have you worked with?Recently I have had calls to hang a new door(s), or do tile work such as remove a specific section of tile in a master shower so that the fixture was accessible for replacement. I was then tasked with the job of replacing the tile. Similar jobs having to do with the door and tile have come up at different locations for unrelated customers.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Ask questions based on homework you have done and look for the techinical terms employed by someone who is experienced and knowlegable. i.e. what size of wire would I need if I wanted to run a 20amp outlet the depth of my property line. This question should result in more then just a single response which is a good sign your dealing with a pro. Answer, assuming that your not going to exceed 50 feet you will need 10 gage to prevent voltage dropping and can be run different ways depening on specific wire type and your preference (buried underground or through conduit) but in order to be safe and to code it must be on a ground fault circuit breaker (intrupter) at the breaker panel and the tamper proof receptical with a 20amp outlet and be housed in weather appropriate enclosure with a "watertight while in use" cover. This type of answer is a demonstration that the service provder is aware of and can convey the necessary details you would expect from someone who is likely a pro.