Complete Home Improvement
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About this pro
Complete Home Improvement is a full service handyman and home remodeling company, I have been in the business for over 20 years and considered a master carpenter in my field. My company can assist you with most repairs in and outside your house, I will come and meet with you, if required, or speak to you over the phone to come up with solutions to any of your repair concerns or dreams to remodel any area of your home. You will not meet many owners that will actually work on your projects because I enjoy the carpentry part of this profession, but have other qualified helpers to assist me in your work. I enjoy building decks and outdoor structures, also kitchen and bath remodels, including finishing basements. I also enjoy taking honey do lists and finishing them to help out time constrained moms or dads that need to get projects completed.
17 years in business
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I have daily rates for most of the handyman work I provide. Typically I provide my daily labor, and material is considered extra. 1/2 day, 4 hours, is $175.00, and Full day, 8 hours, is $300 daily. I can provide actual cost quotes, at no charge, for any other work that cannot be covered under my daily rates. This can be discussed in person or over the phone.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Typically set a time and date to meet at your home to see and discuss what work you would like done. I can provide an exact cost quote for the work and email it to the customer, unless the work can be achieved using my daily rates. When the customer accepts the pricing, I schedule the work to be done.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I am a 3rd generation master carpenter, my grandfather started building houses in middle Georgia in the 1950's. He raised his sons to become master carpenters and they all did and eventually started their own building businesses, which is where I got my start working for my father since I was a teenager. So my education and training is from the "School of Hard-knocks"