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Jamie did an excellent job with my entry stair railing at a reasonable price. I would strongly recommend him!Aug 15, 2018Verified
I was very happy with the experience from start to finish. Jaimie was responsive and clear with communication. Professional yet extremely easy to get along with. His pricing is honest and fair. To top it off, he is very skilled at his craft and was comfortable with a variety of tasks that I threw at him. For example, he repaired chips in laminate and tile flooring which required color matching and removed a mysterious spill/stain on my concrete patio. I was very pleased with the results. Jaimie is good people with mad skills.Jul 18, 2018Verified
Excellent work. Great experience. Highly recommend and will hire again! Thank you.May 25, 2018Verified
Jamie was clear in his communication, got a whole list of off jobs done quickly and with high quality. I was very pleased and would recommend him to others.Dec 13, 2017Verified
Jaimie was great to work with. He was initially asked to quote for a much larger project, but after discussion we decided to complete a much smaller project. He was quick to update the quote and once we had made a decision he was able to get to work the next day and finished the work quickly and efficiently. I'm very happy with how the work was done.Mar 26, 2018Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?One thing to keep in mind is you're not just paying for one guy, one or two hours. You're also paying for all of our tools, experience, and expertise. I spend at least $400 on week on tools. Not to mention about $400 a month on Thumbtack (we pay to bid on your jobs). You need the right tools for the job if you consider yourself a professional. I personally spend at least 15 hrs a week looking at and driving to jobs making sure I choose the right ones. All of my prices are subject to change until I see the job. This doesn't mean it will go up. I lower the price about as often as I raise them. Customers have commented on this in my reviews. I would question anyone who gives a price before seeing a job. They're either bidding so high they don't have to be concerned or they don't have the experience to understand why their bid is necessary.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?My interactions with customers usually start with a text. I request a face to face meeting to see the job, which provides the both of us a chance to get comfortable with; the scope of work, ideas, expectations, and each other. I almost always have a final price put together within 24 hours on small jobs and 72 hrs to 1 week for larger jobs. If the customer chooses to move forward we schedule a date and time for the install. Most projects are able to be completed within 2 to 3 weeks of first meeting a client.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?This hasn't made many of my former bosses happy but I am what you would call a sponge. If there's a trade I've been interested in I find a reputable company and get hired. I'm have always been given a crew within in a month. I learn as much as they have to offer (some six months, some several years) and move on to the next. All for the gain of creating and succeeding in an occupation I love.