A Master's Hands LLC
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Electrical and Wiring Repair
Jim came and took care of our issue promptly. He is extremely knowledgeable. The job ended up being more involved than we had expected, but he explained why to our satisfaction. He also came up with the least expensive solution for us. My only complaint is that the faceplate does not match the color of the one next to it.May 1, 2013Verified
Ours was a small job that needed doing...just some baseboard fitted, a medicine cabinet installed and tiling a bathroom counter to match the other bathroom. The handyman we had was on time quick efficient and stayed true his one day job.Mar 26, 2013Verified
Plumbing Drain Repair
Has been rescheduled 3 times now, there won't be a fourth.Sep 21, 2012Verified
Fred And Kathy P.
Our experience with Master's Hands LLC has been extremely satisfying. We would recommend Mr. Bartlett's company to anyone who needs a trustworthy handyman's advice and service. He goes the extra mile, even working on Christmas Eve for one of our emergencies. We are able to call or email him and he is quick to respond. Mr. Bartlett is reliable and thorough. He patiently answers any of our or our tenant's concerns. We appreciate the business relationship we have shared.Jan 6, 2012
After having built a positive relationship over the past year with A Master's Hands through minor repair projects around our home, we chose their services to remodel our condo in Winter Park. Their estimate was very detailed so we knew what we were paying for, and the results were excellent! What sets Jim Bartlett and his company apart from others is their conscious attention to detail while keeping the project on schedule and within budget. More importantly, we had total trust in Jim and his crew and are sure to enlist his services in the future when the need arises!Jan 3, 2012
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Please call our office to get our current residential and commercial rates.
- What types of customers have you worked with?The most common types of jobs we get called to do are electrical repairs and installations of all kinds, plumbing work of all kinds (repairs, replacements and new installations), tile installation (walls and floors), hardwood or laminate floor installations, window and door repairs and installations, drywall repairs, hanging, taping and texturing, interior and exterior painting and caulking jobs, installation or removal of holiday lighting, replacing an ignitor or flame sensor in a gas fired furnace, doing masonry work (repairs or new work), and doing furniture refinishing and woodwork refinishing. When it comes to plumbing, we frequently install new sinks, faucets, toilets, garbage disposals, dishwashers, sump pumps, hose bibs, utility sinks, etc. When it comes to electrical work, we often are installing new or replacement light fixtures, switches, dimmers, chandeliers, flat-screen TVs, etc.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?If you are considering several prospective contractors to select one to do work for you, do your homework. Find out if they are vetted by other services. For example, find out if they are accredited members of the Better Business Bureau. If so, do they have a spotless record? No complaints? Are they members of the local Chamber of Commerce - such as the West Chamber, or the Denver Metro Chamber? Are they listed as ServiceMagic Pros? Are they well respected by those organizations? Next, determine their skills and experience. Are they licensed? Are they insured? Are they registered as a business with the state of Colorado Secretary of State? All of these are things that should be YES answers from any solid contractor.