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Jan - Jul
Jan - Jul
Total Closet Rebuild
Total closet rebuild
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I was extremely satisfied with A to Z Home Services. My attic steps are fixed and work perfectly. I will definitely use Thumbtack in the future. Thank you. If you ever need a handyman, try A to Z Home Services.Dec 1, 2016Verified
Window Treatment Installation or Replacement
Thom is a knowledgeable, good handyman. His pace is perhaps a tad slower than other handymen, so allot your time accordingly. Overall, I'd recommend.Dec 10, 2016VerifiedA to Z Home Services's reply
I have requested this client to remove their deragotatory comment. Ceiling mounting work on a ladder at 10ft among a tight furnishings occupancy is by nature of the task and circumstances slower than other types of work as it requires many ladder repositionings that incur safely mounting and unmounting and careful moving of the ladder. Further, this clients ceilings are thicker fire rated drywall thru which the finest stud finging equipment sold cannot accurately find the structural supports. Given that direct ceiling mounting of heavy drapery is very rare, the client has no other equal work to compare. We have no obligation to be the speediest worker, instead our obligation is to perform the work safely for both the worker and the end purpose of the task without incurring collateral damage. We delivery that quality workmanship to all clients as attested by many, many clients herein.
Michelle And John R.
Window Treatment Installation or Repair
Far surpassed my expectations. He arrived on time and was very easy to work with and had reasonable prices. His work was very high quality. He has a long list of services that he can do. However, he was also very upfront if there was something that would be better to get a specialized professional instead of a handyman (himself) to do. He also came to my rescue with the AC repairment who were also working while he was there. They had to cut a hole in my ceiling and he gave me a second opinion, measuring the space to confirm there was no other way. He then offered for them to use his (superior) tools and even helped them cut the hole. As brand new homeowners with a list of things to get done, we're already starting on the next list of things for him to come out and help with. We're thrilled with his work and will use him again and strongly recommend him.Jul 20, 2016Verified
Easy to communicate with via Thumbtack online chat. Showed up promptly and completed the job as requested. Very professional.Sep 10, 2018Verified
Great job! He was able to repair the mistakes I made when installing my cabinet pulls on all of my kitchen cabinets. He was also able to conceal any errors with holes drilled in the incorrect places.May 1, 2018Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?For our weekday clients on this site; $65 phr general rate and bath work $85phr) + $45phr per apprentice. For clients or projects outside of the scope of this service, our services fees escalate by a combination of expertise and risk to our safety. Our labor pricing structure is public posted on our website. Our weekday material markup is 31.25%. There is no tax in Texas on home improvement goods or services, that is, goods or services permanently fastened to the dwelling or attached garage. All other goods and services are taxed, e.g, mailbox, plants, picture hanging, furniture repairs, counter-top appliance repair, exercise machine assembly, and all commercial or rental property work, etc. We prefer that clients acquire all prefinished and patented product materials on their own. When that is not possible, we will acquire materials for you weekdays at 31.25% markup. If we have to rent a truck or trailer for to haul your materials to your site, both the rental fee, fuel charges and labor fees will be invoiced to you as a marked up line item.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?1. Determine scope of work. Guide you to a better description of what work is needed. 2. Obtain accurate measurements. When necessary, we will conduct an initial no cost project assessment visit. Rarely is this necessary for appliances, or shower caulking; but is always required for closets, kitchen exhaust and anything requiring modifications. 3. Determine material availability and cost Anything prefinished or patented product its best that you buy it. Any wood to be custom cut, installed and finished, its best that we buy it. 4. Initial project scheduling. Our schedules are non-binding, actual labor hours and material costs + markup are invoiced no matter what the project schedule indicated.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?We attend trade shows, read incessantly and constantly seek new products and ever better tools. We just aquired a Walabot in-wall vision system mfg in Israel that gives unprecedented views inside walls of pipes and wires. We use the best technology available to avoid costly errors.