Our company is a team with many different skills. We follow up with
both the customer and our craftsman on every job to make sure
the work is done to our high standards and your satisfaction.
Our philosophy is simple. We provide prompt, reliable service
for a good price. We aren't in the "lowest price" business.
The old adage really is true, you get what you pay for. We
know you can find someone that will do the job for less but
you won't get the quality of workmanship and dependability.
We don't cut corners. We believe in involving the customer in
the whole process from concept to completion.
We cover every area in home repair
except whole roofing. Our estimates are based on type of work, time
involved and risk/liability. We can't give you a price without
seeing the job. See the portfolio link for examples of work
done and what we charged.
What To Expect
Once you contact us we will schedule
a time for one of our craftsman to come by and look at your
job. We will give you a written estimate and discuss what to
expect once the job is completed. If we encounter something
during the repair that was unexpected, we reserve the right
to stop work and revise the estimate. Once we agree on a price
we will schedule a day/time to begin work. In some cases our
craftsman will have time to do a small job the same day if desired.
We will stop regularly during repair and ask your feedback
on the job. Once the job is completed to your satisfaction payment
is expected in either cash, check or credit card.
We don't profit from materials. If
we purchase the necessary materials, we will show you the receipt
and ask for exact reimbursement when the job is done. We don't
"quote" materials per se but can usually give a rough
estimate of the cost. Ceiling fans, light fixtures and faucets
should be purchased by the customer prior to quote. If you want
painting done, you will have to make arrangement to purchase
the paint before the craftsman begins work.
What We Don't
We don't do carpet, whole roofs,
anything using natural or propane gas. We don't do water heaters
on 2nd floor residential houses. We don't install or repair
Time is money. Since we cannot warranty
materials we recommend purchasing quality materials. Saving
$20 on a faucet isn't a bargain if you have to replace it a year
or two later. Especially considering labor to install it. Things
like faucets, disposals and light fixtures are not practical
Purchase as much supplies or materials
as you can ahead of our repair so you can get what you want.