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Dan mounted three tvs for us. He hide all the wires . I would highly recommend him.Mar 19, 2016Verified
Telephone System Services
Installed computer line and was professional and reasonable.Feb 14, 2016Verified
Home Theater Surround Sound System Installation
Great person . A professional did an excellent job and noticed my reciever was going bad after 10 years he made sure everthing was working properly would recomend him and he is coming back to change out to the new recieverFeb 11, 2016Verified
Dan did a great job he went above and beyond the call of duty.His response was fast we were are happy with his work and will diffinetly referre to friends and family that needs a honest and professional service. Thank you Dan call anytime for references and referrals 352-454-1733Oct 18, 2015Verified
Very detailed, and a jack of all trades. I would hire him again.May 17, 2015Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I do have standard pricing but there are so many variables that need to be explained. TV mounts must meet a standard of quality that matches the weight they are designed to hold. When you get a cheaper model mount, I would bet you it's the kind that comes in pieces and not solid. I would also bet that it's made of a thinner metal and would be prone to bending and sagging with heavier TV's. This will cause the integrity of the mount to be compromised and risks having your nice new TV eventually fall down. You may think you are saving money, but down the road, you risk far more in costly repairs, by not being prepared with a checklist from an experienced professional, who cares about your possessions as if they were his own. I will make sure to go over a lot of other options that most pros do not include with their basic prices. It may seem like a lot of questions, but you will be glad I asked, once you see all the headaches I'm helping you to avoid.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?First, and most importantly, a PHONE call is absolutely necessary. "Good" business is just not possible without some form of verbal communication, during the hiring process.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have been a computer tech, a carpet installer and done general remodelling and construction. I was a cable guy for 9 yrs and I have a strong technical background as well as a constructive mind with attention to detail. I have been doing TV mounts and home theater setups, as a focus, for about 3yrs now. With my wide array of experience in so many areas, I came up with the name "Dan-of-all-Trades". There's a lot of things I know, but there's still so much left to learn and I am ready for it.