Las Vegas Porch Railing Installation

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Las Vegas Handyman & HVAC
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Recent Review: He showed up on time and the job took approximately 1.5 hours. The ceiling fans look and operate correctly. He did put a sizable knick into my wall when fixing the handrail, however, it was a challenging location without a stud present. Overall I was satisfied with the quality of the work.
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Silver Desert Handyman
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Business Description: We are a year over year Angie's List Super Service Award winning company with years of experience and certifications. We specialize in home repairs and maintenance. Please give us a call today for all of your Handyman needs!
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RPJ Industries LLC
Recent Review: Outstanding! I hired Rick again to help me complete some final jobs on my house remodel. He was very accommodating by scheduling an appointment on a Sunday. He has become my "go-to" handyman! Highly recommended!
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TITAN STAIRS INC
Recent Review: Titan worked very hard to get my bid - checked in with me every few days while I was deciding to answer any questions, even lowered the bid price a tad for me, etc. Very good communication initially. Unfortunately for me, once I accepted their bid, my contact at Titan was promoted to another division so there was a little bit of lag time in my new contact reaching out to me. They got started on the project just a few days late but the crew was great, especially Darwin the lead crew guy - he was great and worked very hard and even did the drywall part for me when I was supposed to get another contractor in - he helped me in a pinch. The end result is an absolutely gorgeous stairway - it looks even better than I imagined it would.
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IN YOUR HOME
Recent Review: We had a number of things fixed around our home, including installing a dishwasher and new faucets to replace broken ones. Some bad grout and caulking were repaired in a shower.  Some woodwork damaged by the leaking shower was repaired. A number of doors that wouldn't close properly were repaired. A second stair handrail was installed.  The contractor that came was quiet, polite, friendly, efficient and a very good craftsman. There's no doubt in my mind In Your Home is our new go-to contractor.
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CD's Handyman
Recent Review: Mr. David Albers cannot come on time for the scheduled service because he was stuck with another customer's work. He then referred me to  Simon Loza of Sharp Landscape and Construction, Las Vegas.  Simon came and said my 2 hours for $59 of professional Handyman Services with David Albers is for one handyman  equivalent to 1 hour for 2 handymen, and for the TV wires need an electrician  to do the job which added about another 45 minutes for the job .  They did a good job for the work they did. I paid an additional $60. I would have preferred Mr. Albers to do the job himself.
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LV House Doctor
Business Description: LV House Doctor is a local family owned business specializing in remodeling, renovations, maintenance and repair services.

Reviews in Las Vegas Porch Railing Installation

ALas Vegas Handyman & HVAC
He showed up on time and the job took approximately 1.5 hours. The ceiling fans look and operate correctly. He did put a sizable knick into my wall when fixing the handrail, however, it was a challenging location without a stud present. Overall I was satisfied with the quality of the work.
- Mark W....
FSilver Desert Handyman
It was one of the worst experiences I have ever had. Coupon purchased was approx. $200.00 for 4 hours. This provider brought another worker, which was fine except that provider didn't show up when he was supposed to prolonging the job, hiking the price up asking for more and more money before he finished the job charging me over $800.00. They Insisted the rails be replaced and thus removing all of the handrails taking them "home" to their "Shop" without permission. They cut the new rails way to short and put them of crooked. It was at that point they were fired. I was horrified and had to HIRE another handyman to redo and fix everything that Silver desert handyman did.  I would never recommend this Silver desert handyman. Horrible!
- Susan S....
ARPJ Industries LLC
Outstanding! I hired Rick again to help me complete some final jobs on my house remodel. He was very accommodating by scheduling an appointment on a Sunday. He has become my "go-to" handyman! Highly recommended!
- Richard C....
ATITAN STAIRS INC
Titan worked very hard to get my bid - checked in with me every few days while I was deciding to answer any questions, even lowered the bid price a tad for me, etc. Very good communication initially. Unfortunately for me, once I accepted their bid, my contact at Titan was promoted to another division so there was a little bit of lag time in my new contact reaching out to me. They got started on the project just a few days late but the crew was great, especially Darwin the lead crew guy - he was great and worked very hard and even did the drywall part for me when I was supposed to get another contractor in - he helped me in a pinch. The end result is an absolutely gorgeous stairway - it looks even better than I imagined it would.
- Jennifer H....
AIN YOUR HOME
FABULOUS!!!!! We had several items in our Gresham house that needed fixing. At first, I was concerned about pricing. The office manager, Roseanna, carefully explained about the hourly charges and got Mike Evans out to our place the next morning. Mike was efficient and did all the jobs we needed done. Since we had 3 hours worth of work, we got a $40 Angie's List first time discount. Believe me, it was a bargain. If I could give these folks an A+, I would. The next time we need a handyman, In Your Home is the one we will call. You should too.
- Gary M....
ARPJ Industries LLC
Rick did an awesome job! He operates the business by himself and he is easy to reach. He responds quickly to calls and e-mails. He is really friendly and extremely knowledgeable with home repairs. I would highly recommend him and use him again in the future!
- Richard C....
BCD's Handyman
Mr. David Albers cannot come on time for the scheduled service because he was stuck with another customer's work. He then referred me to  Simon Loza of Sharp Landscape and Construction, Las Vegas.  Simon came and said my 2 hours for $59 of professional Handyman Services with David Albers is for one handyman  equivalent to 1 hour for 2 handymen, and for the TV wires need an electrician  to do the job which added about another 45 minutes for the job .  They did a good job for the work they did. I paid an additional $60. I would have preferred Mr. Albers to do the job himself.
- Edgardo S....
ALas Vegas Handyman & HVAC
You can feel confident in hiring Las Vegas Handyman for all your small jobs around the house.  Shawn arrived on time and prioritized our to-do list.  He was very professional.  One by one, he completed each task.        As stated in my review of Village Plumbing elsewhere on Angie's List, I was left with a nightmare shower installation.  The shower was leaking under the floor, causing the baseboards to warp and pull away from the walls in both the living room and hallway which are adjacent to the shower.  Thanks to Shawn, that problem seems to be fixed.  He used silicone caulk to seal the tile and around all the fixtures.  The wrong type of caulk had been used in the original installation.  Village Plumbing also installed the shower doors in the wrong place, reducing the width of the shower.  I thought I was stuck with the narrow shower, condemned to being unable to raise my arms unless standing sideways in the shower.  Shawn suggested relocating the shower doors.  What a brilliant solution!  The extra 1" to 2" to the width of the shower has been wonderful.      I will definitely call on Las Vegas Handyman again.  In fact, I am currently compiling my new to-do list.  Thanks, Shawn.  And thanks, Mike.
- Sharon K....
FLV House Doctor
I first contacted LV House Doctor on March 28, 2014. The owner Tim Crosbie surveyed the property the week of April 2nd and on April 8th I received an estimate in the amount of $22,175. On April 10th, Tim and foreman Drew came to my house. and I was presented with a contract for $16,455 plus Flooring Costs (which was estimated between $4626 and $5720). The contract covered the following. Sand, Skin coat and Texture Living Room and Dining Room 2 Coats of Primer and Full interior paint to include All Walls and Ceilings Contractor to replace ALL interior doors with Pine Wood Doors and Casings Contractor to replace Front Door with new pre hung fiberglass door (650 allowance) Contractor to Custom Stain and apply 2 coats of lacquer clear coat to all doors and casings Contractor to remove 228 linear foot existing baseboard and install new custom stained pine baseboard to match new doors and casing Contractor to remove existing staircase Contractor to install new staircase trim to include 22 ft handrail with 4? pickets install (5) 2? post and runner Contractor to remove unwanted flooring Contractor to install 520 sq ft New floor, Material and Price TBD Tim had reviewed the house plans (at his suggestion), and determined it was not a Load Bearing Wall. So at this time we agreed to remove the wall (expanding my kitchen) and install new cabinets and counter tops. (this was discussed during original estimate as a phase two of work) Tim told me at that time, that with flooring cost, the kitchen would bring the total to $30,000, and that they could complete the entire job by May 26th before I left town for work (dates are noted on original contract) Per their contract, LV House Doctor required a 1/3 deposit, which I provided in the form of a check for $10,000. Tim called his wife Susan in their office, and instructed her to combine the two jobs and send a new contract for $30,000. this was done in front of Drew, myself and my son Anthony. Despite my many requests, i never received the updated contract. Work began the following Monday, April 14th. On April 22nd, Tim arrived at the property with plans for the Kitchen. At this time, he suggested that I move the Door to the downstairs bathroom (which faced into the den), into the slam garage hallway. He said this would allow for more cabinet space as indicated on the plans. I asked if in the process, they could remove the existing sink and toilet, and install new that I would purchase. He agreed and stated that  he would only charge me for supplies to move the door. On April 29th, Tim came to the property to ask for another check for 1/3 as dictated in the contract at the halfway point. I wrote him a check for $10,000 The work quickly falls apart and grinds to a crawl. The foreman Drew has a cracked fake hip, and in his absence nothing is getting done, despite my many requests that the job needs to be finished by the 26th as planned in order for me to coordinate Carpet install, Furniture delivery, and alarm work. Drew was not replaced as a foreman (and no foreman was on the job) until June 23rd after my many complaints about the work. Jeff, the new foreman, only appeared at my house twice. On May 23rd, Tim comes to my house and vehemently apologizes for the delays. He promises that it will be complete in two more weeks, but politely asks me if I can write him another check so he can pay his workers. He asked for at least $8,000, to which I pointed out, was nearly the full amount of 30k. He again apologized and said he was in a tough spot. I agreed and wrote him an $8000 check, but reiterated that the work needed to be done by June 3rd. I would only see Tim 2 more time after that. Once on June 23rd and once on Sept 9th. His appearance on the 23rd was instigated by several items I spelled out in an email which included my finding a BOTTLE OF URINE in my laundry room. Despite many requests for phone calls or for them to come to the property. Susan made only two appearances. June 19th and Sept 9th.  On November 22nd, after 222 days of this nightmare, I demanded to see Tim, Susan or Both on Monday the 25th and I do not hear from them again. They abandoned the work site leaving dozens of items unfinished, including items that will make it difficult should I decide to sell my home, including their intentional misleading of inspectors regarding lack of power to my affixed kitchen island. On November 26th I had major surgery on my shoulder and began a grueling rehab over my already busy work travel schedule. On January 28th, I receive a 15 notice of intent to lien in the amount of $21,382.76. (Filed Jan 22nd and post marked Jan 26th) LV House Doctor?s attorney Shan Davis included a ?backdated? invoice (April 8, the date of my original estimate) that had a total cost of $49,382.76. This is $19,382.76 more than what was contracted and agreed upon. I immediately called the attorney who agreed to call me back. He did not return my call until I emailed him on January 30th. Mr. Davis replied and we spoke extensively about the disparity in cost, fictitious invoice, abandonment of job, lack of attempt to collect and items left unfinished. At the time, I agreed that I owed $2000 for total contracted amount, $1200 for cost of Granite that I exceeded, however the granite is damaged, and cost of Drywall and wood for bathroom door. I told him that despite the numerous unfinished items, that if his client would provide receipts and proof of costs, that I would be willing to sit down and come to an agreement, just to get them out of my life. I told him that I would get estimates on unfinished items, and we could go from there to prevent a legal battle. He said he would speak to his client and get back to me. Mr Davis called me Friday February 13 at 1:30 pm to inform me that at his clients request, the lien would be filed that day.
- Louis P....