Recent Review: Home Fixers was great, if not the best home improvement company I;ve ever worked with. Never thought I would be excited to start another home improvement or maintenance project, but Dan at Home Fixers does such great work I am actually looking forward to it. We decided to take the front room of our home which consisted of nothing more than one long room the entire width of the house (original dining room/entry/living room), and turn it into real, usable space since we have a great room addition across the back and don't need unusable living room space. We had Dan from Home Fixers build a new, multi-angle wall down the middle that formed a foyer and a dining room on one side, and then on the other side formed a new closet and a guest bedroom. The craftsmanship was unbelievable, I've never seen drywall done with no real need to sand because the mud was so good. And the double sliding closet doors were perfect, along with everything else. It was better than new, the corners were perfect. The base mouldings and shoe was perfectly cut, along with the trim. Top notch from beginning to end. As for the balusters, our stairs present no small task. Our original handrail was installed not parallel to the steps, so you have the rail and the stairs ascending at different angles, making installing balusters at a perfect 90 degrees impossible for an amatuer like me. Not for Dan though, he came by on a SUNDAY morning to finish them and they turned out perfect. Dan was there every morning with his truck at 7:45A, waiting for us to waive him in or until 8A when he would knock. He worked non-stop until 4 or 5 each evening, every day. No dissapearing contractor running off to another job, just guys here to work until the job is done, and done right. I really didn't expect this great level of service and craftsmanship, especially on a week's long job, from a company primarily doing home repair. Their prices were fair, if not the best, and their craftsmanship better than the professional contractors and pro-remodelors I used on my two high-end ($50,000+) bathrooms.