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Chris was very professional and responsive to what I wanted done to a remodel project! He built walls, mudded seams, did electrical work on a new room , as well as plumbing for a new powder room! All work was of high quality and would recommend him for other work.May 8, 2020
Chris was great to work with. He responded quickly with a fair estimate & had the job completed the following day. And the job was done perfectly. I’m very happy with his work and would absolutely hire him again.May 15, 2020Verified
Chris showed up when he said he would and did a very nice job installing two storm doors for me at a great price. I will be hiring him again in the near future to do some more work for me.Sep 10, 2017VerifiedChris' Home Improvement's reply
Thank you very much for your review, Sam! I look forward go hearing from you.
Very nice work... Did exactly what we wanted at a reasonable priceSep 14, 2016Verified
Chris came a long distance to do the drywall in my kitchen. So he had to come late and leave early. Although he was quiet and polite, after his first day of work, it was clear he did not know how to do drywall. The screws were not long enough and we're placed in random locations, often not even drilled into anything. The pieces that were cut were not straight to adjacent pieces of drywall and left larger-than-usual gaps. He did not know how to account for outlets and trim around windows and doors. We had to leave a message for him asking him not to return. Unfortunately, I would not recommend Chris as a handyman.Sep 22, 2016VerifiedChris' Home Improvement's reply
I'm sorry you feel that way. They were screwed into studs because I marked them before I put up the new pieces. As far as the gaps the tape and mud was not applied yet. The electrical boxes should of been accounted for by the electrician. Who was there when I was working. Given the opportunity to discuss the issues. I would have tried to fix them to your liking. I was not given that opportunity nor was anything mentioned before I left. I drove 45 minutes one way to try and accommodate you. A opportunity to make corrections would have been the least you could do. I wish you the best of luck with your next contractor. Maybe someone local.
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Every job is different. I would give a roundabout price. Any changes whether it is going to more money or less. I keep the customer informed every step of the way.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Be polite and respectful and listen to what they want. I try to accommodate them as best I can.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I worked for a lot of big name companies over the years and have been trained by actual professionals