Jody Gannon's JNB Properties
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24 years in business
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Ben was here for four days. He primed new plaster, wood trim, and closets on my remodel. Then, he painted all of it. He did a wonderful job. I could not have been happier. Great work, great guy, beautiful quality. I highly recommend him. My thanks!Jun 9, 2017Verified
Professional- timely and personable! The light fixture looks beautiful and we highly recommend Jody and will use his services again . I kidded with him that he's a marriage saver! (Seriously he was) here's a pic of the finished mini-chandelier in our closet.May 8, 2017Verified
Electrical and Wiring Repair
Helped me when power went out in my tenant's unit. Ended up checking out a few other things around the house and gave me some pointers for remodel.Mar 7, 2017Verified
Jody Gannon remodeled my 60's bathroom . He selected cabinets that would update the look and add additional storage space. The color combinations he chose added depth to the room. By installing mirrors he was also able to increase the light. Because I have problems with my hips, he selected a commode that was higher than the standard. Around the tub enclosure he installed tile that gave a more finished look. I was very satisfied with the completed job.Oct 3, 2016
Switch and Outlet Installation
Happy with the choice I made when hiring Jody and his team. Friendly and easy to talk to. Competitive price, he was quick to respond to requests and did quality work.Jun 21, 2020Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?My basic pricing system is simple. I charge by the hour but I have a minimum for the first hour to cover truck and travel costs. I do not have an elaborate system of fuel, milage, or other surcharges. I only ask the customer to pay for their materials in which I usually always can buy up front and disposal fees of larger items if we can take them. I have a house flipping and renovating background so I understand how to save money, find solutions, and make things work when possible.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?New customers are the greatest. They give me the opportunity to meet and hopefully make new connections with great people. As a new customer you must feel like I have your best interest in mind. It is my responsibility to provide or recommend only the services the customer needs, not push non-essential services just to increase a bill. I do, however, look for safety concerns or things that might be an easy fix while I'm there, like a door that doesn't close quite right. I believe this shows my devotion to my customer service and safety. I enjoy providing a new customer with quality service and making sure they are comfortable enough to ask me back.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?20+ years of having to do it myself and figure it out, but more importantly, pay attention when someone shows you. It helps when you enjoy the learning process. I like to live by "work smarter not harder."