Electrician finishes job abandoned by different contractor
Johnson Electric finished a wiring job abandoned by another electrician for Joyce Ellinger Simmons. "They arrived on time, assessed the problem and had it solved in mere minutes," Simmons says.
"The work required ingenuity and almost surgical skills. It was impressive to watch and the results are superb - and I'm picky. Anyone who needs an electrician is crazy if they don't use this company."
First Rate Paint & Design separated themselves from the competition in the eyes of Shana Mulkerin. "First Rate Paint & Design patched and re-painted the walls in my 400-square-foot TV room," Mulkerin says.
"When they were done, the room was extremely clean, with virtually no dust. I've worked with several painters over the years and First Rate is head and shoulders above the rest."
Tile Repair Service work knocked Lisa Bilek's socks off. "Eric [Veider, the owner] repaired the horror show that was my kitchen sink top," Bilek says. "He's a craftsman of the old school and a walking encyclopedia of tile characteristics. He went on an odyssey to find the right tiles and he matched the quirky colored grout. The end result was stunning - it looked like a custom job. In a former lifetime he probably lived in Florence or Amsterdam, doing exquisite work for the archbishop."
Frank Wiegers Handyman's perseverance impressed Jennifer Sharpe. "In restoring my 1928 house, I had to fix five windows whose window weight cords had been cut by a tenant," Sharpe says. "They embraced the project with the obsessive enthusiasm you might see on PBS's 'History Detectives.' Even though the systems are long gone off the face of the earth, they made phone calls, researched the Internet and got to the bottom of how to do it right."