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We like to use local merchants who excel at quality and service. Provider name locked. Draperies is one of these.
In 2012 Mr. Provider name locked. came to our house and gave us some initial suggestions. We then stopped by the store on Taraval Street to check out some options. He had great ideas -- thank goodness, since we've never bought drapes before. A few weeks later, he installed the drapes -- and they look great! Really turns up the "elegance factor" in our living room ... and they're quite a step up from the Japanese standing screens we'd been using for years.
- John H.
Provider name locked. , who describes himself as the manager refused to work with us. To convey this message he was rude, aggressive, and frankly inappropriate.
He decision was based on our desire to request estimates from a series of providers. The way he spoke to me was completely unnecessary and offensive. When I asked to speak to a manager or a owner he refused exclaiming "you're an idiot, we don't want your business". His offensive Provider name locked. continued even after I apologized for possibly upsetting him.
Provider name locked. is completely unprofessional and angry. I certainly wouldn't suggest anyone to work with this company.
- Louise R.
Having just purchased a 10-year-old home, I hired Herb to help
with several of the smaller jobs that arise on such occasions and which I did not
judge to require specialized attention. Having had many bad contractor
experiences before, I negotiated very specifically with Herb and we worked out
what I believe were mutually agreeable terms. He was game for such negotiations
and did not seem to be affronted by my desire to have clearly-agreed terms on
the front end to avoid misunderstanding that would lead to animosity on both
sides on the back end.
Herb repaired a toilet, traded out some old halogen
lights with new Provider name locked. fixtures, installed curtain rods, a medicine cabinet, a
shaving mirror, and a recessed in-cabinet trash receptacle. These were small
projects that many people could do themselves; for those of us either
incompetent or simply preferring not to undertake such tasks, Herb is an
affordable and competent handyman.
Consistent with some other reviews, Herb has not always
arrived promptly on time. He has, however, always called to give a revised
estimate of when he would arrive. If your time is precious, this might be
a problem, but it didn’t bother me and he has never been substantially late.
The most he ever overshot his schedule time was perhaps forty-five minutes, in
Complaints in other reviews that Herb is slow in his work are not unfounded. Much of
the work he did for us took significantly longer than I expected.
Still, I hired him because I Provider name locked. ’t really know what is involved in such work and
so am not in a position to judge. In all fairness to Herb, I have rarely found
that these kinds of jobs go as quickly as I thought they should, regardless of who was doing the work for me; which is to
say, this sense of frustration on my part is by no means unique to Herb and so
does not necessarily reflect poorly on him.
One of the curtain rods he installed proved to hang too
low, so the curtain dragged the floor. He reinstalled it and did not bill for
the work. He may have made up for that time elsewhere, as other work that I
expected to be quick and Provider name locked. dragged on for hours. A trip for supplies
seemed to take a remarkably long time given that the job (installing some under-counter
lights, which had been purchased previously) seemed straightforward, unlikely to
involve complex or hard-to-find parts, and there is a Lowe’s five minutes away from the house.
Still and again, I am not competent to judge, as I really do not know what is
For small jobs that do not require specialized knowledge
or equipment and are not (literally or figuratively) heavy lifts, Herb has
demonstrated competence. He is genial and pleasant to have around the house. (That alone is worth a good deal; I have had any number of tradesmen who were surly and I just did not like having around.) I
was particularly pleased that he told me up front that he would not be able to
perform certain tasks for me, rather than just attempting but then doing them
badly. His price, in my experience, is unbeatable.
- David T.