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2nd time requested installation of our POS, and received excellent service.May 8, 2019Verified
I needed a MantleMount installed above my fireplace. Tom was absolutely great. Very professional, and did everything he could to make sure I was 100% satisfied with end result. As a techie myself, I was impressed with the effort to ensure everything was installed correctly, safely, and the most optimal for my OCD'ness. He even stopped back over to make a few tweaks for me (again, OCD) Ha! I would highly recommend his services to anyone in need.Jun 26, 2018Verified
I liked my tv mount installation work by Tom , he was on time very professional and knows his work well. Would recommend him for sureNov 26, 2017
Tom was punctual and professional. He did the work, disposed of the packaging and even swept up after drilling the holes. I will definitely hire again for repair needsSep 13, 2017Verified
Network Support Services
I was very please with the response time and the quality of the work. Very fair pricing. Will use again.Jul 27, 2019Verified
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?We like to introduce ourselves and give a little info about our background and our philosophy of our business. Standard jobs can usually be quoted right away. More involved jobs may require an on-site visit and some time with the potential client to talk through the project, take some measurements and physically see potential resolutions or obstacles. We feel it’s better to take that time to ensure the job is done right the first time. This also gives clients a chance to meet us and ask any questions they may have.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Read the reviews and shop around. Cheapest isn’t always best, nor is most expensive.