Stonefield Companies LLC
Hired 7 times
15 years in business
Apple Pay, Cash, Check, Credit card, Paypal, Zelle
This pro indicated that they reviewed CDC safety guidelines for COVID-19 and pledged to do the following:
Maintain 6 feet of distance from customers
Wear masks during the job
Disinfect surfaces touched during the job
Photos and Videos
Molding or baseboards,
Read reviews that mention:
- Deborah N.
Tom with Stonefield Companies, LLC was awesome! He was very communicative and professional. He did excellent work! Not only is he efficient and competent, but he also has excellent customer service skills, which is very important to me. I am certain I will be looking for him again in the coming months. A very nice guy all the way around!Dec 21, 2020Verified
- Dawn D.
Tom was the first to respond the day I posted what I needed done. I wanted the project done before Xmas and it is. He quoted a fair price and I couldn’t be more pleased with the results. I will be using Tom again. It is very hard to get a honest, dependable contractor on top of having to deal with delays of many types due to this pandemic. I thank you and look forward to working with you again.Dec 20, 2020Verified
- Callie L.
Was very personable and did a great job, clean and efficientJan 15, 2021Verified
- Victoria C.
Quality work, fast and well explainedDec 23, 2020Verified
- Tonya W.
Fantastic bathroom remodel. Tile work is amazing. New molding and door frame installed. Prime & Painting meticulously done. Toilet plumbing and new vessel sink installed. Extremely satisfied and highly recommended!Dec 14, 2020
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?A minimum of two hours will be charged for home visits for smaller task type items. I do not charge for quoting a project. Upfront clarity of pricing for services is the key to long term clients. Some small task type jobs can be done on an hourly basis but most job quotes will be for the entirety of the project so you as the client will have a full understanding of what you are paying for and receiving. I’m sure most people are aware that the lowest price is not always, and very rarely, the best quality. Think about those friends you talk to that say; “If I were to use someone again I wouldn’t have gone with the cheapest”. This usually is because the quality of work is reflective in their pricing.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?If a new client can give specific detail of what they are looking to have completed then usually a phone call or message can be used for an accurate quote on pricing. Many times an initial visit is needed in order to determine exactly what work and steps are needed to make sure the project is done professionally and completely. It is a best business practice to make sure goals and expectations are clear in the beginning of the client relationship.
- What types of customers have you worked with?I have worked with clients that have a specific need or vision of a project and those that need some guidance on decor and the project goals.