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However, my concerns went away as soon as Aeron walked in. He was fabulous in every way. He could handle every task that we threw at him. He is experienced in every trade that we asked him to handle, including carpentry, plumbing, electrical, etc. He showed up exactly on time and handled every task efficiently. In fact, I was amazed at how fast he worked, and he even finished all the additional work I asked him to do in under the time I had originally estimated. He kept me posted on how the company charged so there would be no surprises.
The quality of all the work was outstanding. He fixed things quickly that others had told me could not be fixed or that it would take a long time to fix. He also is a perfectionist who wanted to make things better even though I thought they were fine, such as making sure that large art was hung exactly the proper way..
In short, I give this company and enthusiastic A. I would (and in fact plan to) use them again for some additional tasks.
Great results! The kitchen has been a few degrees warmer and I've been able to put away the space heater. (He also made a point of recommending a radiant heat space heater as the safest option. My Vornado uses coils instead.) There is still a little bit of a draft around the sides of the door, as he had suspected would be the case, but it is so much better than it was! Just a few days earlier, a wet sock on the floor at the base of the kitchen door was actually *frozen*. Even with the cold winter weather returning next week, I'm confident that the kitchen will not be cold enough to make ice outside of the freezer!
The bill was about $300—two hours (the minimum) of labor at $88 an hour, plus materials and tax. I certainly could have saved money by doing the work myself, but year after year I've had a cold kitchen. Let's be honest: I wasn't going to do the job myself. I feel better about the $300 tab since I'll be saving on the electric bill with less space heater usage.
i have used do a good job, and are all very friendly and courteous.
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