Hand of God Handyman
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He was very professional when it came down to letting me know about the details and took his time answering my questions. Also, was very professional when being here on time as he said he would be. Would most likely hire him again for other jobs and will recommend to others.Jun 6, 2020Verified
Georges was extremely professional, responsive and quick with the assemblage of my sideboard. He was able to fix the entire cabinets swiftly without the manual.Jan 21, 2020VerifiedHand of God Handyman's reply
;) i do my best.
Mr. Dorga helped me move my apartment a few weeks ago. He was very professional, responsive and keep in communication the whole way through, making my moving process much easier and less complicated. I would recommend him to anyone and would think of contacting him first for any future projects. Thanks again!Jan 9, 2020Hand of God Handyman's reply
Thank you for trying to help me.Jun 1, 2020Verified
I didn’t hire this person and now he’s harassing me via text and the app. I hired someone that responded to me faster than they did and now I keep getting nasty messages.Jan 24, 2020VerifiedHand of God Handyman's reply
Your lying. I responded to you 10:36 last night moments after lead was posted. Then you texted me directly at 7 in the morning. Im not harrassing you just pointed put to you that u keep making post and contacting people randomly you are wasting their money.
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Handyman work I charge a 2 hour minimum, assembly i charge per item with a 5$ discount for each additional item. when I contract a job that requires for the customer to buy materials (e.x. paint,or sheet rock) make sure to show them recipts so they know im not trying to pull a fast one. also at the end of the jobs i ask that customer sign my receipt witch will reflect the cost of everything from workers to materials.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?All new customers are presented with a receipt with an itemized list of service fees. All clients with bigger jobs (generally 1k and up) are required to sign a contract.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Hands on experience mostly. throughout my years I have worked with multiple experts in the field learning the pro tips as well as tricks of the trade.