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Susan S.Jan 11, 2019Verified
John Mark Power exhibited professionalism throughout the process of explaining his process of stripping and refinishing our furniture, providing his bid, and promptness in completing the work. His deep knowledge of furniture and its history was reassuring as a client. He also repaired of an antique table for us. He repaired a dining room table and a sofa, both of which had minor damage in our shipment. He was able to do this on site. We were very satisfied with his work and we would hire him again.Jul 31, 2018VerifiedJohn Mark Power Antiques Restoration's reply
Helen, Thank you for the wonderful review. I am pleased that you are so happy with the work and I hope you enjoy your refinished furniture!
John is currently refurbishing a dresser of mine. My experience with him has been a good one. He's very professional, knowledgeable, and responsive.May 16, 2018VerifiedJohn Mark Power Antiques Restoration's reply
Cheryl, Thank you for the review. I am sure you will be pleased with the finished product!
clear idea of the repair needed in the beginning and reasonable price. A beautiful job!Apr 12, 2018VerifiedJohn Mark Power Antiques Restoration's reply
Thank you Margaret!!
Easy to work with. Good quality product. Very knowlegable.Aug 15, 2017
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I do, but pricing is based on the type of furniture and the work that needs to be done. It is a bit too much info to put down here!
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I typically like to talk over the phone or email to get a sense of the work. I then usually like to see the piece or at lease some photos before I give a binding estimate. I love to chat as it is easier to establish what exactly needs to be done, so don't hesitate to give me a call
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have worked in this field for many years and primarily trained in a shop working for customers including embassies, antique dealers in Washington, the National Gallery of Art, and Dumbarton Oaks. That being said, No job is too small and I work on modern furniture as well as antiques.