Hired 110 times
32 years in business
Photos and Videos
Molding or baseboards,
Had them come out to quote a crawl space enclosure. Did not choose due to over priced. He called me several times to ask for work. When I did find a project of clearing a ditch before a major storm he told me it was too small a job, he didn’t have time and said I should do it myself. I do not recommend unless you want your time wasted.Sep 12, 2018Verified
Tim's team did a great job with my odd jobs in the house and cleaning and staining the deck! They even followed up to make sure everything was done to my satisfaction.Oct 30, 2016Verified
Not finished yet but found Tim very responsive, knowledgeable and helpfulAug 5, 2016Verified
Hired the team for odd projects on our newly purchased house. One toilet was installed crooked, another leaked. Replacement of railings on the front steps was completed very poorly - no sanding, large gaps between the spindles and the rails. Overall attention to detail was utterly lacking. The crew did come back and make things better when asked, but it was disappointing to have to even be the one to point out the obvious flaws in the first place. A one day job became a three day job with much hassle and stress on our part.Jul 8, 2016VerifiedHandy Helpers, Inc.'s reply
So this is a young couple that have just bought a 30 yr. old home. We are asked to squeeze in their project, which we do. We were supplied toilets to install. The one that was crooked was more related to the toilet lid than the toilet. The leaking toilet was related to the emergency shutoff valve that no one knew had a slow leak until it was tested with a new toilet, overnight. We ended up having to rebuild a larger portion of her rotten outdoor rail. She was correct to expect a good job, as we always deliver. Sometimes a job has to be revisited. We always guarantee our work, correct issues quickly, and communicate. She was not correct in her handling of our personell nor her thoughtfulness.
Did a good job but a 1 hour job turned in to 5 hours Communication skills suck no organizationAug 19, 2015VerifiedHandy Helpers, Inc.'s reply
This was a $375 kicked-in-door repair job. It would never have a taken one hour to do this job. We were not provided a phone number. We did the repair on Monday evening after our other jobs, to accommodate the emergency-type job that this was.
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?We are not your low-price source, we are a quality organization that has accountants, foreman, warehouses, insurance, and the best warranties(that are actually trusted). We charge based on the project. If you are using price as your number one reason then please don't engage us. Low price does not match reliable quality service. We are professionals and our work actually saves you money over the long-run because it is done so well. Please don't take this info as a form of arrogance. We are just asking you to value our time, as we do yours!
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Meeting at the project and discussing details.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?Started working on my family's properties as a teenager. Started this business in 1987 at the age of 20 while in college.