|Monday||8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.|
|Tuesday||8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.|
|Wednesday||8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.|
|Thursday||8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.|
|Friday||8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.|
TBS Remodeling and Home Maintenance
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TBS Remodeling did a poor job handling my project from almost every aspect. I would not recommend anybody use them. The boss hires out the work and has absolutely no quality control over what goes on. Most aggregiously, the tile guy was using a WET SAW on the WOOD FLOORS INSIDE and caused serious water damage to the living room floor. They did not admit to it, as I was not there when it happened. I did not force them to file a claim, but considered it. I had paid them half ($1,250) up front. It is a renovation project so I was not there for much of the time. When I returned to the house a couple days later, I found the wet saw indoors, a bucket of water catching the runoff water, the damaged wood floor, and the kitchen tile was about 60 percent done after 7 days of work. This particular employee would take long breaks, be on his phone, leave “for Lowe’s”, (probably other projects) which he would be gone for 2-6 hours. He would then return, lay 1-2 more pieces of tile, then call it a day. My rectangular 90 square foot kitchen took at least 10 day of him showing up and “working”. A different employee was brought in to finish the last 10% of the project after I complained it was taking too long. I cut ties with the company before they could get started on the bathroom floor and tub surround. I quickly found someone else to do the work for much cheaper, much better work, and done by someone much more careful. Thank goodness damaged wood floors and terrible grout lines are the worst things that came out of this contractor’s work. Do not hire this disaster of an operation for anything.Aug 13, 2018Verified
I hired a plumber thru Thumbtack ,Tom Sheehan , and the man was excellent . He really did first hand work and cared about what he did . I highly recommend him for all remodeling work . The plumbing work that he did for me was superior. Thanks to Thumbtack , I hired him.Dec 1, 2016Verified
Tom is an A+ professional who takes pride in his craft. We first hired Tom to repair a living room wall after our furnace malfunctioned and flooded our basement, which resulted in mold remediation. Tom replaced the dry wall, matched the paint color and was able to find a match to the 80 year old baseboard! He did a beautiful job. We then decided to finish our basement into a "man cave". Again, Tom went beyond our expectations. He is very easy to work with, informative throughout the process and extremely neat. He is truly a master at his craft!Oct 11, 2016Verified
We had several things that needed to be done in our house. These included a kitchen counter and backsplash, work in bathrooms, painting, refinishing of badly-worn steps, etc. Tom handled it all. He advised us when we had questions and allowed us to stay within our budget while doing work that looked out of our budget. Tom paid attention to details and is someone who takes pride in what he does. We have a few more things we are thinking of having done and will contact Tom first. We highly recommend him. Feel confident that when you hire Tom your work will be done to your satisfaction.Jun 4, 2016Verified
Wow! This man did such a beautiful job. He is a neat worker,pays close attention to fine details and goes the extra mile, I highly recommend him, you will not be sorry. I will be hiring him again in the future.May 6, 2016Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?T.B.S. pricing is based on calculated time and cost of materials or square footage of the project to be done.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?T.B.S. service and repair requests are usually processed and scheduled in 1-3 business days with flat rate item pricing. Larger remodeling project customers will first receive a scheduled in home consultation and estimate in which various design and material options are presented to meet the customers needs. Second, a proposal and contract will be written and start date determined.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?High school trades, voctional classes ( 84`-86`) Graduated Plumbers local # 24 N.J. apprenticeship (90`-95`) Registered plumbing mechanic (95`-present) Welding, carpentry , general construction. C.I.T. Institute. (96`-98`) Apprentice/craftsman Reed construction, Repshur renovations (2005-2009) Housing / apartment rehab/ maintenance tech. mechanic / supervisor (09`-11`) T.B.S. Remodeling owner/tradesman. (11`-Present)