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Dave did a good job quickly and charged a reasonable fee. Couldn’t have asked for more.Oct 10, 2019VerifiedHigh Sierra Services's reply
Thank you. It was refreshing to have two motivated love birds helping out like you did. I need some workers with your sharp minds.
He refuses to give me my money back and no work was perfromedJun 17, 2019VerifiedHigh Sierra Services's reply
When you leave a small Non-Refundable deposit to rearrange his schedule and put together the crew and their schedules. Then the day of starting your project, you find someone that can do it for less and you cancel. Yes, you will loose your deposit, this is not the practice we choose. This is the first. But you must realize it not only affect me it affects those that changed their schedules to accommodate you as well. Unfortunately this has become the case her. I wish you well
Excellent service from Dave. He was punctual, honest and knowledgeable.May 24, 2019VerifiedHigh Sierra Services's reply
GREAT!!Dec 6, 2019VerifiedHigh Sierra Services's reply
Thank You. Anytime you require my services, please don’t hesitate to contact me directly on the number you have. Much Appreciated.
David was great with his concern to meet my needs.Dec 7, 2019VerifiedHigh Sierra Services's reply
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?My prices are competitive. They are lower in some areas just because I believe that Q Quality is Affordable. Why should’ve have to spend more to get quality work. I totally understand that some project take a lot longer to provide quality. But myself I can’t walk away knowing that it was not done right. I want someone to say good job. Looks great. Feels solid.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I learned to listen. Before going on and one about a product they may dislike it and may shut down because of it. People have already processed most of the job. The cost. The time that must be set aside. Color. Style. Acknowledge them without cutting off the flow. They will ask questions. I take notes so everything concern is addressed.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I was studying to become an Architect. So I learned the book side of it with some college classes. Then in the union they always had classes that were offered to the members. To get a certification. The more certs you have the more jobs you go on the more experience you get. Always learning. Always improving. I used to watch a carpenter work. You would see him walking around more then others, with a big coffee cup. His nickname became coffeecup. But he would get work down faster then anyone. I was amazed by it and watch him work. With experience he worked fluidly. That’s real life training.