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Everything I needed was done quickly and professionally. Door was removed, washer and dryer were taken out. Philip called me back couple of times to follow up on my needs in order to install door back after installation of new washer and dryer. Thank you, Philip!Mar 17, 2016Verified
Phil has done a lot of handyman work for our condo. His customer service and work are outstanding! He answers his phone and is very active on his email. His communication is impeccable. His is a can-do guy and pricing is extremely fair and honest. So glad we found Phil - we will keep using him as needed.Jan 25, 2016
Removed existing yard light in back yard and installed new yard light post and light globe that I ordered. Completed the new concrete base and wiring.Mar 30, 2016
Phil has done a variety of jobs for our family big and small! He has fixed our garage door, cabinetry, repaired furniture, plumbing and walls. Phil is always quick to respond, reliable for fair prices and excellent quality work, he respects our home and family, and is completely trustworthy. I would recommend Phil to anyone needing repair work or construction.Jan 19, 2016
Phil fixed some leakage problems with my downspouts and external drainage piping left behind by another vendor. Great job done and he committed to coming back at no cost if any leaks developed in the pipes after the next major rainfall. There were no leaks so I did not have to take him up on that offer.Jan 20, 2016
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?For large bathroom or kitchen remodels, fences, decks, millwork, etc... I'll bid the Job based on the scope of work needed. For smaller, handyman jobs my standard rate is as follows: Trip Charge (includes the trip and up to the first 1 hour of labor. After that I bill at $45/hr in 15 minute increments.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Typically customers are referred by others and already have a good sense of what to expect. New customers can expect prompt email responses, returned phone calls and the highest level of courteous communication throughout the process. I'm in the business of building better relationships not just better homes. Here's how it starts: On smaller jobs/repairs, I will schedule a convenient time with the customer, ranging from within a few hours to a couple of days depending on urgency or current projects. I'll quickly discuss the situation, solution, payment details, and then take care of it. For larger projects, I'll come out and look at the scope of work, take measurements, pictures if needed, and discuss any pertinent information that may aid in providing an a curate bid and time alloted for the work. If alterations need to to be made, the bid can be altered. Once the bid is aproved, the work is scheduled.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?My dad taught me a lot about carpentry, woodwork, building, and automotive when I was young. In adittion to that I was always tearing apart the broken toaster, iron, tape cassette player, and etc, when they broke. In most cases I found that I could fix most things. I've always had a natural ability to solve complex problems. Now, as an adult I enjoy combining the natural ability with decades of hands-on experience.