Recent Review: The owner of Handyman Unlimited is a charming and charismatic guy. He has good ideas and seems genuinely interested in doing an excellent job. We had used Handyman Unlimited for a laundry list of household repairs on our 70 year old home, and the worker who was sent, Walter, was a great problem-solver and technician. So, we didn't hesitate when the proposal for the bathroom remodel was presented. Great workers, good follow-through and beautiful design ideas. What could go wrong? Well, the company is stretched so thin that the promise that scheduling would be continuous and the entire job would take 2-3 weeks was not possible. We had days when there were workers tripping over each other and days when somebody showed up unannounced and then couldn't do the work that he was scheduled to do. We had problems with materials; we went to the vendors where the owner sent us to pick out fixtures and tile and then he didn't place the orders until the demo was started, only to find out that there were delays on the floor tile, delays on the faucet set. The electrician picked up the materials, dropped them off without checking the cartons and when he came back to do the installation, there were parts wrong or missing. Some of the tradesmen were brilliant: Robert, who does dry wall, Moses, who does tile work -- so skilled, so caring, really great to have them in the house. Some -- not so much. The painting subcontractor sent a team of painters who were obviously being paid by the hour, not the job. They were also obviously being charged for materials; they didn't want to lay plastic down to cover the stairs and there was a lot of screaming on a cellphone about, I think, quantity of paint. They spent over 9 hours painting a bathroom area that should have taken much less time. The plumber was in completely over his head. The house was 70 years old when Tom came and bid the job and it was 70 years old when the plumber showed up. The plumbing was 70 years old. Still is. And yet the plumber didn't seem to be able to solve any of the problems that came up. He installed the new whirlpool tub, filled it with water and then discovered that the drain was blocked. He bailed the tub out and left. We never saw him again. Good thing we had a really competent plumber who has worked in this house for years; he came over and solved the problem. I would never have believed that Handyman Unlimited was responsible for the charges to clear that drain no matter who cleared it. But to just leave with the problem unresolved and then to not hear from the company first thing the next morning was inappropriate. Like I said, the owner is charming and charismatic. However, until he finds more tradesmen, and better plumbers to send to your remodel job, I would look for somebody else. Having said all that, the bathroom is GORGEOUS! The 2-3 week job took 8 1/2 weeks. Don't know if that would be considered normal for a remodel, but we didn't move walls, we just put in a new tub and new tile. Maybe it was so disruptive because this is the en suite bathroom in our master bedroom, so the construction zone was our bedroom.