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Hilliard Frameless Shower Door Installers

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Jim's Handyman Service
5.0
from 87 reviews
  • 25 years in business
  • 95 hires on Thumbtack
Tom C.
Verified review

Jim did an awesome job of installing the shower doors. His attention to detail was astounding and he made it a point to insure that everything worked exactly as advertised. I would definitely recommend Jim for anything he says he can do. In fact, I am planning to use Jim on some other tasks in my house, and feel confident he will exceed my expectations. Thanks, Jim.

Buckeye TubMaster
4.5
from 74 reviews
  • 19 years in business
  • 152 hires on Thumbtack
Jennifer H.
Verified review

Shower door came off the track. Not an easy fix but Wade got it done. I always appreciate a company that calls when they are on the way. Highly satisfied!

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A Glass House
5.0
from 50 reviews
  • 3 years in business
  • 51 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Kay B.
Verified review

I highly recommend Jesse. My husband and I were redoing our bathroom and he redid our bathtub plumbing, hung the slate tile in our shower, removed the old toilet and put in a new one, laid slate tile floors, and put in a huge mirror. He went above and beyond, worked with our time constraints, and always did a beautiful job! We ended up hiring him for much more of the project than what we originally had planned because we were so happy with his work.

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Ed Davis Remodels
4.7
from 49 reviews
  • 34 years in business
  • 62 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Hallie H.
Verified review

Ed installed a new prehung exterior door. He was on time. Communicated well, very nice, and did a Great job. I would hire him again

Accent Kitchens and Baths
4.7
from 43 reviews
  • 20 years in business
  • 51 hires on Thumbtack
David S.
Verified review

Steve was prepared and got the job done fast with no issues. He installed my new bathroom exhaust fan and ducted it to the outside. I highly recommend him and will keep him in mind for future projects.

Accent Kitchens And Baths
4.7
from 32 reviews
  • 29 years in business
  • 47 hires on Thumbtack
Maria M.
Verified review

I had a kitchen sink and faucet installed. Both look awesome. Very professional and responsive to any issues that come up. I would definitely use their services again.

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Father Fixit LLC
5.0
from 29 reviews
  • 35 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Candice K.
Verified review

I wish I could choose every highlight option for this pro! (It only allows three but he was also responsive and professional!) He remained in contact with me at all times while we set up at date. His price was very reasonable. His workmanship was clean (installation of a storm door.) He was prompt, polite, and completed his work in a timely manner. He provided explanations that I could comprehend. He was very honest in what my options were. I will refer him and use him in the future for all of my handyman household needs!!

  • 17 years in business
  • 43 hires on Thumbtack
Trevor B.
Verified review

Tim (owner) came out and gave us quotes on 2 separate occasions about a year apart for a roof replacement and for gutters/gutter guards/soffit/fascia replacement. 1st experience: Tim agreed to come out and give us a quote. I stated that someone would be at the house. My wife met Tim, who stated, “Oh, your husband isn’t here? How am I supposed to give you a quote and discuss the job when he’s not here?” The quote was not accepted (more on this later). 2nd experience: Tim sent me a request on Thumbtack to come out and give me a quote. I did not remember that he had been out previously to give us a quote on the roof. Upon arriving to our house, the first thing that he said was that he had been to our house before and if he had known, he wouldn’t have had to come out to measure for gutters. He stated this fact a few times throughout the conversation, which I responded with an apology each time as I truly did feel bad that he had to drive out to our house since he wouldn’t have had to if he had known he had been here before. Tim also stated that I had never responded to his quote from the roofing job. I apologized for this as well and stated that I did not remember receiving a quote. I acknowledged and apologized for not getting back to him as the quote must have been buried in my email. We discussed the job, and I stated that we wanted to change the color of the soffit and fascia to white. Tim asked immediately if we were sure that we wanted that color as it wouldn’t look good on the house. I stated that yes, we had decided on white because we were eventually going to replace the siding on the house. Tim then said, “Are you sure? It’s going to stick out like a sore thumb if you do white.” I stated again, that yes, white is the color we wanted. After talking about the job for a few more minutes, Tim asked that if he gave me a ballpark offer would we be willing to shake on it and agree to have him do the job, then he could come back with a more detailed quote. I informed him that I was looking at other contractors for the job and would be getting quotes from them for the next few weeks. I asked him to send me a quote and I’d get back to him in the next few weeks and let him know if we’d be accepting his offer or not. He then stated, “Well I would hope you’d give me the business since I’ve been out here twice already.” I gave him my contact information and he left. Please keep in mind that for the entire interaction, Tim’s attitude was not pleasant and it really felt like he was trying to guilt me by bringing up the fact that he had been to my house twice and tried to make me feel bad. Later that evening, he messaged me asking for my last name and email address which I had previously provided. He messaged me again the next day telling me he had emailed me the quote and asked if I had received it. I had not. I verified the email address with him, again, and he said that he had the email wrong and had resent the quote. I reviewed the quote and noticed it did not have the gutter guards that we had previously discussed on the quote, so I messaged Tim and asked for a revised quote. The quote came in at about $1,200 above competing quotes from other businesses. That was about 2 weeks ago. Today, I received a call and voicemail from Tim asking if I had any thoughts on the quote and if we could move forward with the job. As I was still evaluating contractors and getting quotes from additional businesses, I had not had the chance to discuss with Tim as I did not have all the quotes in to compare prices, so that’s why I had not contacted him. I also had stated when we first met that it would be a few weeks before I would have an answer. Since I was at work, I texted Tim back the following message (I have also attached a screenshot for proof) Me: Hey Tim, this is Trevor. Sorry I missed your call I am at work currently. Also apologize for not getting back to you but I’ve had contractors giving me quotes up til this week. Unfortunately, we have decided to go with someone else as they were $1200 below your quote. Thank you for your time. Tim: Lol. I see Please don’t call me again for quotes. Good luck to you! I then wrote out a reply and sent it, but upon sending the text I realized that Tim had blocked my phone number as the text did not go through. Due to this, I have decided to put my response to the business owner in this review. My response to the business owner: “And that kind of attitude is part of why you didn’t get my business. Just because you didn't get my business doesn't give you a right to be rude. Maybe price your quotes competitively and not be rude and have an attitude when you come out to give quotes (comment multiple times about how you've already been out to give a quote and try and make me feel bad, comment on how bad of a color choice we were making, comment on how we should give you your business since you've been out twice, etc). Also, maybe remember next time and don't submit a bid on Thumbtack if you don't want to come give me a quote. Also, here are a couple more "pro tips" for you since you don't seem to know how to relate with customers and get their business: 1. Don't bug people for an answer on a quote when they clearly state they'll get back to you in a few weeks due to the fact they are having multiple people look at a job 2. Get information right the first time, it shows attention to detail. Don't misspell customer names (name was misspelled on quote), forget to put information on a quote, forget the email address, etc. Maybe if you kept accurate records, you would’ve remembered that you’d been out to give a quote. It’s not the customers responsibility to remember the multiple contractors that have given quotes. 3. Be respectful to your customers. Don't make comments saying things like "oh your husband isn't here? How am I supposed to give you a quote when he's not here to discuss the job" (referring to your comments made to my wife when you gave us the quote for our roof.) 4. Don't intentionally try and make people feel bad and act entitled to business because you had to go out of your way for a customer (see reference to comments on the trip you made above) 5. Don’t comment on customer choices in a negative way unless they ask you for advice on the subject 6. Know your market. If you want to be competitive, then give quotes that are such. Giving a $1k+ offer above other quotes usually signifies to a customer that there’s no use in negotiating if you’re coming in that high. 7. Constantly work to improve your relationship with customers after the fact. I did some research a few weeks ago on BBB and saw the one ongoing issue you have with a customer and you’re fighting pretty hard against what the customer is saying instead of taking full responsibility for a job that you were contracted to do. Owning up to something, even if it's not your fault, would look so much better to prospective customers. Just some thoughts that come to mind, but what do I know. Good luck with your business, you’ll need it.” --End Response-- I can not speak to Tim’s workmanship, and I will not attempt to, there are other reviews for that. I personally did not have a pleasant experience with him and I wanted to put all of the details out there. I would highly recommend looking elsewhere for someone who is professional and deals with customers the right way.

  • 29 hires on Thumbtack
Chad T.
Verified review

Unknown to us, we had a tile shower pan that was not installed correctly and had been leaking for a long time. We discovered the problem at the same time we decided to move. Dennis responded to our request on Thumbtack right away, fit us in between his other jobs, and finished the work in our desired 2 week time frame. He did excellent quality work and I know we will not have a leak problem again. I would definitely recommend him.

Xclusive Home
4.5
from 24 reviews
  • 10 years in business
  • 50 hires on Thumbtack
Dianne S.
Verified review

Xclusive Homes was first to respond to my request for a quote for a multiple remodel project including tiling, crown moulding, new bath faucets, and numerous additional jobs that were added as we went. Xclusive Homes was timely, worked tediously and long hours to complete our job by our move in deadline. We are hiring him back to do a shower remodel. Very detail oriented, professional and kind. Highly recommend!

Columbus Local Handyman
4.3
from 22 reviews
  • 6 years in business
  • 32 hires on Thumbtack
Carroll B.
Verified review

Very easy to deal with, prompt replies to emails and phone calls. Rufus came out and painted the metal roof above my front door, great job no complaints. Would recommend Columbus Local Handyman..!

Mid Ohio Contracting
4.6
from 17 reviews
  • 11 years in business
  • 21 hires on Thumbtack
Sandy S.
Verified review

Mid Ohio did several jobs for me. The first project was a shadowbox fence which turned out wonderful the dogs love being able to run around. Our second project was a 30 x 40 pole barn including insulation, electrical, concrete floor, and a driveway. Do to the amazing job Trent and his guys done we went ahead with a couple of smaller projects inside the house. The flooring in the living room, dining room, foyer, back hall, pantry, kitchen, half-bath, and laundry room were changed out to engineered flooring that my dogs have yet to scratch. After the floors both bathrooms were done including tiling the walls, flooring, putting in a shower, lowering a tub that the previous owner had built up so high that I needed a step stool to get into it, both vanities, light fixtures, toilets, mirrors, painting, and both exhaust fans. All the flooring looks absolutely amazing and what we wanted. Last but not least one of the most important things when remodeling is that they cleaned up the mess and I didn't have to clean anything when they left. These guys are great and I would recommend them to anyone who is looking for a quality job.

Source One Contracting.
4.7
from 15 reviews
  • 18 years in business
  • 28 hires on Thumbtack
Wendy G.
Verified review

Was contacted with a quote. The project included removing and installing a shower door. He picked up the door from the store, removed my old door and installed the new. Great Job.

If I Had a Hammer
4.3
from 17 reviews
  • 15 years in business
  • 27 hires on Thumbtack
Siggi M.
Verified review

We have used Greg for various jobs on our rental home. I can ask him to do the little things, as well as larger projects. He has repaired gutters, repaired a fence latch, replaced kitchen flooring, fixed our heater, weather sealed some doors, put in new screen/storm doors, fixed a ceiling fan, installed a new mailbox, and various other upkeep jobs. He charges very reasonable rates, and is helpful at coming up with a cost-effective solution if that is what you desire. He is easy to reach via text message and email which is helpful and eliminates "phone tag" issues. Because of the variable nature of the jobs he does, sometimes he is not able to do the work on the originally scheduled day because a previous job may run long. Usually, this isn't a problem, and if the job is urgent, he always comes through.

Best Homes Remodeling
4.9
from 10 reviews
  • 26 years in business
  • 5 hires on Thumbtack
Ed H.
Verified review

We needed someone to move an electrical outlet, install a new kitchen faucet and overhead light above the sink and we needed it done quickly over the Memorial Day weekend. We got 4 names from friends and family of reputable and skilled individuals who had done the kind of work we needed....but big problem! NONE of them called us back. I found Thumbtack online and quickly got two individuals to contact. I called Steve Turner and within 90 minutes he drove to our house, assessed what needed done and the following day the jobs were done in a professional manner. Steve charged a fair price, arrived when he said, and most importantly; responded immediately to our needs when others did not. The others finally called back and I was more than pleased to inform them that Steve Turner had already completed the job, while they failed to even pick up a phone to respond to our initial calls. I have Steve's name and number on my phone. He will get the first call from here on when ever I need work around the house. He's a true pro who can do it all!!

Q & A

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thumbtack.

How do I plan a bathroom remodeling project?

If you’re stumped on how to plan a bathroom remodeling project, it pays to hire a designer. This is especially important if you’re changing your bathroom layout in any way. Designers create contractor-friendly drawings indicating exactly where each tile and fixture will be installed, down to the light switches. This investment might cost you $300-$500 but save you significant frustration and miscommunication, while ensuring you get precisely what you want.

If you’re going to do your own design, planning a bathroom remodeling project means being organized and planning ahead. Create a general outline of what you want and the budget you have. Identify the specific fixtures, tiles, paint and vanity you prefer. Get all this organized before requesting quotes from two to three reputable general contractors. Once you find the right pro, get a written contract outlining scope of work, materials that will be used, timeframe and payment schedule. Communicate clearly about when to order your materials so they are ready and waiting by the time the contractor gets the permits. Your job from here is to communicate clearly, pay the contractor as the work progresses, and enjoy your remodel when it’s done.

For more on where to start when remodeling a bathroom check out The Complete Thumbtack Bathroom Remodel Guide.

Where should I start when remodeling a bathroom?

Bathroom remodeling doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Before starting a bathroom remodel it’s crucial to know what you want and have a clear understanding of your maximum budget. If you’d love all marble fixtures but have $3,000 total, you will have to compromise. Being realistic about materials and money before you even contact a contractor will have you on the road to success. Here are some simple steps to follow in the planning stages of bathroom remodeling:

  • List your remodeling priorities in order of importance (e.g., 1. New shower head, 2. Replace flooring, 3. Install recessed lighting, etc.).
  • Calculate what you can realistically afford to spend on your bathroom remodel. Identify an “all in” price — meaning the absolute maximum you’re willing to pay, as well as what you’d prefer to spend.
  • Gather ideas from Pinterest about colors and finishes.
  • Research the costs of the materials and finishes you want and begin making choices about what is and isn’t possible to fit into your budget (once labor is included). If you’d like to stay under $10,000 total, but really love a $2,000 tub, plan to downgrade in other areas.
  • Request quotes from at least three reputable general contractors, share your vision and ideal materials, and work together from there.

How long should a bathroom remodel take?

With proper planning and a good general contractor, your bathroom remodeling project doesn’t have to take forever. The construction phase of the project will always vary based on your scope of work, the square footage and the condition of your bathroom under the surface layer. Inevitably an 80-square-foot master bathroom with major changes will take longer than a 25-square-foot guest bath undergoing a minor renovation. For a smaller bathroom, a facelift — the industry term for sprucing up the surface layer (such as paint, vanity, tiles or light fixtures) but keeping the existing footprint of the space — may take five to eight working days, as long as there are no surprises like mold waiting when the old vanity comes out. A more complex bathroom remodel that revamps the shower area (customizing the plumbing, installing tile and changing the shower door), updates the flooring and cabinetry, and adds new paint and new lighting could take anywhere from one week to three weeks. A full bathroom remodel that guts the room, changing the footprint and moving the electrical wiring and plumbing lines, could take four to eight weeks or more. To keep your bathroom remodel on schedule, have your materials ordered and waiting, and don’t make any change orders once construction begins. Planning is key to keeping a bathroom remodel on schedule.   

For more on how long a bathroom remodel should take check out The Complete Thumbtack Bathroom Remodel Guide.

How do I remodel my bathroom?

Bathroom remodeling is made up of three general phases. The first phase is the planning and permitting phase, in which you determine exactly what you want, what materials and finishes will be used, and what the end product will look like. If you’re competent with design you can handle the planning yourself, or you may hire an interior designer to guide you. During this phase you’ll also hire a general contractor who can help execute your remodel vision, coordinating and overseeing all the subcontractors required to do the bathroom remodeling (plumbers, flooring pros, etc.). When your plan is finalized, your contractor should obtain permits for the work you want done. During this time you’ll work together to order all the materials so they’ll be ready and waiting when it’s time to start construction.

The second phase is construction. Bathroom remodeling typically starts with demolition, removing the old floors, shower and vanity to make way for the new. Delays in delivery of materials, or changing your mind and ordering different materials halfway into the project, will mean that construction has to pause until the new materials arrive. Each subcontractor is dependent on the next to do their work, and the general contractor should keep things moving along at the proper timeline, ensuring that the right materials are available and dealing promptly with any unexpected repairs, such as damage discovered behind the walls or under the floor. The general contractor will also coordinate inspections from the necessary officials if you’ve moved load-bearing walls or done electrical or plumbing work. After construction is complete, the final phase of bathroom remodeling is addressing your punch list. These are all the items that need to be corrected before final payment is handed over to the contractor.

For more on how to remodel a bathroom check out The Complete Thumbtack Bathroom Remodel Guide.

How much does it cost to remodel a bathroom?

Nationally, the average cost of bathroom remodeling is $14,000. Bathroom remodels can vary widely, from standard makeovers to luxurious master bathroom revamps. The factors that affect your bathroom remodeling cost are the finishes you choose (marble tiles can cost 20 times as much as standard subway tiles), the square footage of the project, regional labor rates in your area and the scope of work. Changing the layout or size of the bathroom will also raise costs. Moving electrical wiring and plumbing lines will also dramatically increase costs, as you’ll need to hire plumbers and electricians to handle the work. What’s happening behind your walls and under your floor will also affect bathroom remodeling cost: Rot, damage or mold can lead to additional work and charges. Overall, bathroom remodeling may offer great return on investment and also improve your daily life. Here are some examples of average bathroom remodeling costs:

  • 6-foot by 6-foot bathroom remodel: $3,500, including labor and materials.
  • Standard renovation: $6,500-$10,000. Price includes labor and materials the customer has purchased. Labor may include taking out the shower and shower pan, installing new shower pan and shower, and installing new door, new vanity, new mirror, new bathroom fan, and all new fixtures.
    • Price variation depends on the quality of the finishes.
  • 10-foot by 6-foot bathroom remodel: $7,200, including labor and materials.
  • Mid-range renovation: $12,000-$15,000. Price includes labor and materials the customer has purchased.
  • Upscale renovation: $35,000 and up. Price includes labor and materials. Items might include digital displays for fixtures, multiple shower heads and custom showers.

For more on how to remodel a bathroom, what it costs to remodel a bathroom, what bathroom brands to consider and more check out The Complete Thumbtack Bathroom Remodel Guide.

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Dublin, OH

  • Reason for bathroom remodel
    Update the bathroom's look
  • Bathroom type
    Half (toilet and sink only)
  • Existing bathroom plans
    Already have plans - just need installation
  • Bathroom fixtures to be replaced
    Sink, Toilet, Tiling, Counter, Vanity / Medicine cabinet, Lights
  • Fixtures to be relocated
    No plumbing fixtures will be relocated
  • Tiling replacements
    Bathroom floor
  • Fixtures professional will need to purchase
    Professional will not need to purchase fixtures - I will supply them
  • Painting required
    Yes, the bathroom will need to be painted
  • Bathroom approximate square feet
    25 to 50 square feet
  • Age of building
    10-49 years old
  • Insurance claim coverage
    No, the project is not covered by an insurance claim
  • Property Type
    House
  • Details
    Small bathroom with basic updates. Not sure if we will leave floor as is or replace with tile. Pretty basic project.
  • $1600
    Average price
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