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7 years in business
10 hires on Thumbtack
Miguel did an absolutely amazing job repairing a dining room chair! He was extremely professional and a pleasure to work with. He is highly recommended and will certainly be called upon again in the future!Aug 15, 2016Verified
Miguel Garcia was just the right person for the job and we were very happy with him and your website with the quick responseApr 10, 2016Verified
Robert B.Feb 25, 2015Verified
Miguel was on time, efficient, and professional and was a gentlemen.. He assembled my dining room table and four chairs, assembled tow lamps and also patched up a drawer on my desk. He was well worth his fee and I was so pleased by his professionalism and courtesy, I gave him a $25.00 tip. You get what you pay for and Miguel was well worth it. Thanks again Miguel. Best, Mark in Morristown on 2/26/14.Feb 26, 2014Verified
Miguel repaired an antique bookshelf and chair for us. He repaired the glass doors and fixtures on the shelf and fixed the upholstery and frame of the chair. Both pieces are very valuable to us, mostly for sentimental reasons, and Miguel fixed them beautifully and with an amount of care that made us feel like our treasured pieces were in very good hands. He explained what he thought was necessary for the repairs every step of the way. He picked up and dropped off the pieces at times that were convenient for us and finished the job very quickly. He clearly enjoys his work very much and it shows in the finished products. I highly recommend him.Feb 4, 2013
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Quotes given by phone are impossible to be accurate, as well as irresponsible. The best way to evaluate the condition of a piece of furniture, and a work of art for that matter, is a careful observation in person, assuring that every problem is identified and explaining the client the need (or not) of repair every issue.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Yes, i usually attend AIC annual meetings, and go to Europe for workshops.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?Natural feeling and joy for working with wood.