Lloyd "Skip" Clements
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Hired 27 times
49 years in business
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- Malynda R.
Skip helped me so much with the sale of my property and the repairs needed. I live out of state due to the military and he did a wonderful job on my rental property! Thank you so much for everything Skip!Oct 24, 2019VerifiedLloyd "Skip" Clements's reply
- Jason W.
We hired Skip for a bathroom remodel and have no problems recommending him. The bathroom looks great. He’s friendly, responsive, and I never worried about leaving him alone in our home. We will absolutely call him first whenever we need work done.Oct 26, 2018Verified
- Larry B.
I originally hired Skip for cabinetry and drywall repair, and could not be more pleased with his finished product. He is highly competent, takes pride in his work, and has a keen eye for attention to detail. His skills are diverse, and by the time he left he had also completed additional projects involving ceiling fans, dishwasher repair, derailed drawers and shower door repair. This was all accomplished at a very reasonable price and with a pleasant attitude. I will be recommending him to my friends, and he will be the first person I call in the future for home repair projects.Mar 31, 2017Verified
- Jennifer H.
Skip's work is AMAZING. He created exactly what we had envisioned, and did it with such precision, pride and quality. He knew exactly what he was doing from start to finish, was incredibly professional and was a joy to work with. On top of everything, he also happens to be a great person. I finally have my own bay window bench for our kitchen table and I love it. Thank you Skip!!!!!Feb 26, 2016Verified
- Maurice C.
He was also professional, punctual and friendly. Will highly recommend him to anyone.Mar 9, 2020Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I realize that I am not the cheapest in town but if you read my reviews you will see that I have many satisified customers. Don't expect a BMW if you pay for a Yugo.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?initial meeting with customer to establish what the project entails. Determine if engineered plans are necessary for permitting. Determine if sub contractors are required. Work up a price for the project.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I am a 3rd generation general contractor