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Justin did a fantastic job of removing an old dishwasher that was wedged into it’s cubby. A tough and stubborn piece of resin bracket way in the back was preventing the dishwasher from simply sliding out. Justin persevered and wouldn’t give up. He only had a ½” space to wedge his tools into. It took a lot of drilling, cutting & muscle to get the job done, but he did it. I had my doubts, but he didn’t. He thought the problem through and came up with a wonderful solution. I highly recommend Justin to anyone needing a big, strong, smart and respectful handyman. Well done Justin!Nov 8, 2019Verified
Justin’s work is excellent! He did the work another handyman told me I had to consult a contractor for first - he reviewed the whole floor of our downstairs bathroom shower. He gave me an assessment while prepping to re-tile the whole bottom of the shower w a beautiful dark grey tile that I let him pick and that I instantly fell in love with! Justin is a great professional!Feb 20, 2020Verified
Justin is a great contractor/handyman. He did several jobs for us, interior and exterior, promptly and for the exact price quoted. My wife especially likes his nice job of installing blinds we got from Blindster.comFeb 19, 2020Verified
Needs to learn respectful communication. Very rude and arrogant.Mar 17, 2020Verified
Justin did great work @ a more than fair value for me. He completed a wide variety of construction trade skills. Three words I would use to describe my experience with Justin. Quality, Safety, & production! Thank you Justin for going above & beyond all expectations. Happy customer, TonyOct 17, 2019Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I always try to be fair...I need to pay my Bill's of course but it's not all about the money! I like to see a smile on the customers face and try to provide a job at a fair price leaving us both benefiting from the project.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Asking alot of questions in the beginning to give me a good idea about what they like, want and there taste! If I know those things I can provide my service accordingly in order to fully satisfy there expectations..l
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I was a union pilebuck "heavy bridge and marine construction" worked for a deep foundation drilling company for 8 years and went through the carpenters apprenticeship. I also grew up having my dad having a nice big shop with all the tools you could think of so I always had different projects going on...