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Springfield Suspended Ceiling Installers

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J.V. Handyman and Painter
4.9
from 83 reviews
  • 104 hires on Thumbtack
Simon H.
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This job entailed the repair, painting and replacement of several dropped ceiling panels. Jorge arrived punctually for both the quotation and work appointments. The price was extremely competitive and the work performed was very professional. The tasks were completed in one day, which was a day less that the predicted duration. The materials supplied were exactly as discussed and I couldn't be more happy or impressed by the outcome and integrity of Jorge. I highly recommend Jorge for further jobs of this nature.

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  • 34 years in business
  • 56 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Carline R.
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I gave him the task of updating my 1980's home. I needed my master bathroom completely remodeled. He remodeled my master bedroom. Removed a skylight that was leaking and closed up the roof and repaired my ceiling. Removed the fireplace and gave me a linen closet. Ripped up the carpet and installed a new hardwood flood. Painted the bedroom. .My kitchen and dinning room needed to be completely gutted, the wall removed between the rooms and combined into one large room with an island. The cabinets needed to be stripped and refinished. He removed the soffit and added crown molding on the top of the cabinets. Took the refrigerator and pantry cabinet and installed them in the wall to enlarge the kitchen even more. He even changed the entrance from the hallway into the kitchen/dinning from squared off ceiling to an archway which gave the look of a new addition to the home. He knocked out the window in the dinning room and replaced it with a sliding glass door. Built a large back deck for entertaining. Built a gazebo right next the the deck so that I can just walk onto the deck and into the hot tub in the gazebo. Poured a concrete slab.Then installed a hot tub. It looks like a new home throughout. My family and friends would walk into my home and their mouth would just drop open in disbelief. It doesn't even look like the same home. His attention to detail reflects the years of experience this man has in carpentry. When you explain what changes you would like to do to a home. He can tell you what will work and what won't. He brought to my attention that the electrical wiring was not done correctly when my home was built. So I had him correct that as well. Hiring Jacques to update my home was the best decision I ever made. Spending the money for updating and repairing my home was well spent. My home is worth a lot more thanks to Jacques. I would highly recommend him for any size job. He is a one man operation, but gets the job done like a whole crew of men. He constantly keeps the job site clean so the dust is minimal. I would not hesitate to hire this man. He is professional, knows what he is doing and can be trusted with your home.

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Peter lingley
4.9
from 47 reviews
  • 49 years in business
  • 57 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Tracy E.
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Peter replaced a ceiling fan in kitchen and installed a microwave over my range. Both look great!! Very happy with the results. Thank you Peter

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B and G
4.9
from 34 reviews
  • 10 years in business
  • 54 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Rebecca T.
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Brian completed a ceiling project for me and it came out beautiful. I have an old house and the den ceiling had ugly cracked plaster... not anymore!!!

KZM Home Improvement
5.0
from 25 reviews
  • 26 hires on Thumbtack
Linda G.
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Ralph did a number of jobs for us. First he painted just about the whole apartment (living room/dining room/kitchen/pantry/halls). That was great, but having him do some extra odd jobs helped tremendously instead of hiring another person to put in a ceiling light and fan and a folding closet door. What was good was that I didn't have to worry about getting paint/materials and supervising. He did all that and did the job in a shorter period of time than I had anticipated. Easy to work/plan with and he just didn't do the work, but had suggestions which I appreciated. He even washed the windows after he was all done painting! That's all we had to do so far, but would hire Ralph if I need him again.

Custom Woodwork ETC
4.5
from 26 reviews
  • 10 years in business
  • 44 hires on Thumbtack
Christopher S.
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We hired Bruce to remodel and update our bathroom, kitchen and to install washer and dryer hook ups in our 1920 Colonial. The project included new electrical, new drywall, building custom cabinets and doors as well as installing new plumbing. Bruce did not disappoint and the work was excellent and exceeded our expectations. It passed inspection with no problem and we are happy that our historical house now has modern ameneties such as a dishwasher, ceiling fan, and light timers. Bruce communicated with us every step of the way and always made sure to clean the work area (since we had to live in the house during the remodel). I would highly recommend Bruce again.

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All Around Handy-Man
5.0
from 18 reviews
  • 25 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
John H.
Verified review

Ben did an excellent job all around including drywalling, plastering, hardwood floor installation and finish carpentry. The room looks great and he completed it timely, was well organized, easy to work with and kept the work site clean. I highly recommend Ben and will readily contact him again for future work as needed.

  • 12 years in business
  • 10 hires on Thumbtack
Linda M.
Verified review

Stu just completed a number of small jobs for me: installing a ceiling fan, replacing hard wired fire alarms, replaced some baseboard moldings as well as a couple of baseboard heater covers, and a larger job of installing replacement kitchen and bathroom cabinets and drawers faces and hardware. He took pride in his workmanship and keeping both his quoted cost and commitment. I highly recommend First Choice Property Services and won't hesitate to call upon them again.

Handy Daddy
4.7
from 10 reviews
  • 18 hires on Thumbtack
Phil V.
Verified review

John Furmanek of Handy Daddy LLC installed a false ceiling in my 2000 sq.ft. basement which also included carpentry work and installation of recessed lights. He was competent and reliable and had a wide variety of tools and equipment which he handled deftly. He was courteous, communicative and quoted a competitive estimate. He was punctual and completed his work on schedule. I would unhesitatingly recommend him to others looking for a reliable and competent handyman.

Payette Transformations LLC
4.7
from 10 reviews
  • 10 hires on Thumbtack
Marina G.
Verified review

Very positive experience. Tony performed high quality, quick and clean job by installing 3 ceiling fans in our bedrooms on the 2nd floor. We already asked Tony for a quote on a 2nd project we had in mind. Definitely will hire him again!! Thank you Tony.

360 Property Care LLC
4.8
from 8 reviews
  • 12 hires on Thumbtack
Dawn H.
Verified review

We hired 360 Property Care LLC to insulate, sheetrock and prepare our bathroom for tiling. They also installed a new ceiling light and exhaust fan. The workers were all extremely professional, polite, clean and completed the job to our satisfaction in a timely manner. They had a good schedule to get the job complete without unnecessary delays. I was impressed with how they were also careful with our hardwood floors and walls outside the bathroom as they carried things up and down the stairs. There was very good communication by phone, text and email. There was great attention given to all aspects of the job, from start to clean-up. We highly recommend Luis and his hard-working team!

Chapman Remodeling
4.5
from 8 reviews
  • 24 years in business
  • 7 hires on Thumbtack
Dorothy H.
Verified review

I have an 80's condo that needs a full remodel and wasn't sure where to start. Mark was recommended to me by a coworker. He came in, looked the place over, discussed my must haves and my wish list and gave me an estimate on the first project. Starting on the main level he removed a partition wall to open my kitchen. Then he removed the popcorn finish on my cathedral ceiling, refinished and painted it. I was very happy with the results so I had him continue with my list. I work a lot so I gave him a key. He comes and goes as he needs to and I have no worries. He installed my bamboo floors on a diagional because it's the design I wanted. When I couldn't get trim to match he took flooring to his shop and made custom transitions and thresholds. He installed a tile entry with more custom trim. He built an island where the wall had been to hold my new sink and dishwasher which included relocating the plumbing, electrical and all new outlets. He even made "countertops" out of cardboard so I could see exactly how it would all fit in the room and where to locate the faucet. Through all of this he has been easygoing and helpful with the many decisions I needed to make. He also had no problem with me doing what I can-painting and cabinets to keep costs down and working with the tradesmen I brought in to do code work. I have recommended him to friends and family one of whom thanked me for sending her "a guy who is so honest" when he told her it would be cheaper for her to replace a damaged ceiling than to have him patch it up. Next will be new floors, more popcorn removal, ceiling fixtures and new tile in the bathroom upstairs and Mark will be doing all of it. This is not my first reno but it is as easier than any of the others. I will post pictures shortly so you can see why I'm so happy.

O'Connor Installations, LLC
4.8
from 4 reviews
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Marcel M.
Verified review

Replaced shower floor and fixed hole in ceiling which resulted from leaky shower due to missing grout. Chris and Jeremy did a great job, overcoming various obstacles and still finishing in a timely fashion.

  • 12 years in business
Laurie & Tyler M.
Verified review

Easy to work with. Built us a beautiful bar in our basement. Removed 'popcorn' ceiling and installed crown molding throughout our entire home. Also used them for all of our interior painting!

D&B Home Improvement, LLC.
4.7
from 3 reviews
  • 4 years in business
Lori C.
Verified review

Painting 4 rooms, scraping popcorn and refinish ceilings and fix drywall in 1 room. Very professional. Job done on time and they showed up when they said they would!

Sotac llc
5.0
from 1 review
    Frank F.
    Verified review

    The contractor put up the sheet rock for the walls and ceiling of a sun room and securing with a beam which made everything very stable. Also put in framing for the windows and insulation. Contractor also installed French doors in the kitchen. Contractor also was very maticulous in the way he tackled each phase of the project. He also made sure any mess was cleaned up before he left the job sight each day. I would highly recommend this contractor.

    Nicholas Home Improvement
    1.0
    from 1 review
    • 1 hire on Thumbtack
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