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"I found the company on Angie's List. My weekend email contact was responded to promptly, and on Monday to protect everything in the kitchen which might be affected by his service. I was delighted with his good efforts. "
"bought a viking range and the oven was too hot. The first time they came out and replaced the thermostat. That didn't fix the problem so they came back to replace the sensor. They did what they were instructed by Viking and since it was under warranty I never saw a bill. The problem seems to be fixed now and they were very easy to work with."
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" was a pleasure to have and I would gladly refer him to anyone having issues."
"This is the second time I've used for a week, so gave me instructions on how to try to replace it myself. After looking at how the element was attached, I decided it would be better to get him to do it. I looked at new stoves, but decided it just wasn't worth it as everything else on mine still works fine. "
"Portable dishwasher wouldn't run.
"The bottom line is: Jimmyz' attitude is that they come to install an oven, it doesn't fit right, that is your problem & not theirs. Jimmyz was arranged by Metropolitan Appliance in Seattle to install a slide in oven. Earlier in the day Metropolitan dropped off the slide in range. My wife noted that it looked like it might be too tall to fit properly. The Jimmyz guys showed up took out the old range & put the new one in. The new range has a flange covering about 1/2 inch of the counter top on both sides. The countertop is 35 1/2 inches tall - about 1/4 inch under the adjustable range of the oven. The oven height cannot be adjusted lower. This resulted in 1/4 gap between the flange and the counter top. There is also a gap in the back between the oven & the backsplash. Metropolitan had a problem getting the accessory for the back in time for the install, and we were told that metropolitan would install it when it arrived. Obviously there was a problem in planning by both jimmyz & metropolitan. Jimmyz did have someone call me earlier in the week to describe the counter top & the existing oven. I would have expected them to make sure everything would actually fit before the install, and provide solutions for problems that might exist. Once they were onsite they should have measured everything before installation. Also, metropolitan should have checked the specs more thoroughly. We assumed that since our old GE slide in fit just fine, a new one would too. After it was obvious that the oven would not fit, Jimmyz' guys offered a couple hacky solutions - "go get some trim from the hardware store, and call us back". They left the oven installed with 1/4 gaps between the flange and the counter top. It feels like the oven is just kind of resting in place - very amateur looking, especially considering the oven is a nicer Electrolux model. To add further discontent on my part, the "
"It went ok - technician was prompt, called ahead. He was somewhat difficult to understand (heavy accent), though. Repairs went fine, although we had to wait 5 days for parts to come in, and coordinating the return visit to install was a little hectic."
"A two month project turned into a year project; a year without use of your kitchen is not easy. Very knowledgeable and they did very good work-but again the time-line. Only would work a couple hours a day and then would move on to their other jobs; some days they would not show, then days turned to weeks-it was very disappointing. Would recommend getting in writing a set end date. I had some issues with the range hood they installed-still not happy with that-when cooking fan is not pulling air properly-smoke alarm goes off-it was a 2,000 fan with three motors-was supposed to overkill. Also the granite was a bit of an issue, I told them I wanted a professional granite installer for that part of it. They took the liberty of cutting it themselves, "
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1520 Campus Drive
752 S 108TH ST
4917 EVERGREEN WAY
10529 NE 117TH LN
6109 Steilacoom Blvd SW
14005 91ST PL NE
30249 25th Pl
Federal Way, WA
Federal Way, WA
1898 15th ave.
PO Box 745
PO BOX 75351
7219 UPPER RIDGE RD
PO BOX 1788
16504 HWY 99
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