House Doctor Pros
House Doctor Pros

House Doctor Pros

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Have you had that day where everything you touched in your home broke or was about to break? Well, there is help from a doctor. House Doctor Pro is where we patch, fix, and repair whatever needs to be fixed. We pride ourselves on the work we do. We offer a warranty and 24-hour service. When your house is in need of work, call the doctor for the job. House Doctor Pro is where we fix the mess.

Hired 2 times

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20 years in business

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This pro accepts payments via Cash, Check, Credit card, Google Pay, Stripe, Venmo, and Zelle.

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  • Garage Build

    Garage Addition or Remodel


Customers rated this pro highly for work quality, responsiveness, and punctuality.


4 reviews


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Gregory H.
Feb 1, 2020
Julio did an amazing job replacing my furnace and air conditioner. Not only did he have it done in time but he fixed other issues while he was here. Im going to be having my bathroom remodeled very soon and wouldn't think about calling anybody but house doctor pros.
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Sid B.
Nov 9, 2020

Hired on Thumbtack

Hired on Thumbtack

It wasn't House Doctor, it was Roto Rooter

Details: Less than 2 hours (Simple tasks) • Bathroom • Plumbing • Electrical • Home

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Sharnice j.
Jun 9, 2020

Hired on Thumbtack

Hired on Thumbtack

Great person in and out neat easy clean no issues

Details: Less than a few hours • Bathroom • Toilet • Townhouse

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Thank You. Sharnie
Emergency Plumbing
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Ed V.
Feb 5, 2020
Done well and solid.
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Julio Rivera


  • What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?

    As you plan your next home remodeling project, choosing the right contractor for the job is a critical first step in your planning process. You want to make sure you vet the quality of their work in advance, spell out in writing what work you want performed and agree upon the scope of the project, and inquire whether the contractor is properly insured in case something goes wrong. Make sure the contractor is properly insured. Ask the contractor for a certificate of insurance or (COI), which should provide the name of the insurance company, policy number and policy limits the contractor carries. You can also contact the insurance company directly to verify the coverage and make sure the policy is still in effect. Do not do business with a contractor who does not carry the appropriate insurance coverage. If the contractor is not insured, you will be liable for accidents that occur on your property.

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