Recent Review: Everything went very well. Prior to this project, I had done all of the renovations projects myself. So it was difficult for me to let go and let someone else do the work. But it was well worth it after I stepped back and let them take over. Everyone was nice, professional, honest, and on time. Faith and Rod, the couple who own the company were friendly and honest. Rod came out to make the estimate and he explained everything in detail. He also knows his crew very well. The best part of using Handy Men and Mrs. Helper was that they organized everything so that each contractor came in when needed and got the jobs done. I had to call Rod multiple times with questions and changes to the project. I always either reached him right away or received a call back within an hour. I had started the work myself, so I had all of the material already. But I needed to speed up the work and that is exactly what they did for me. It was so nice to sit back and watch everything move so quickly. Brian, the owner of the flooring company that was sub-contracted by Handy Men and Mrs. Helper was very nice also. His crew worked extremely fast and did an amazing job of bringing new life to our 50 year old floors. There were a few things I wish had gone better, but nothing that really bothered me. The one worker tried to fix the squeaks in our wood floor by putting shims between the joists and sub floor. He did some and left some for us to finish up. This wasn't in the contract, so his help was additional and appreciated. Unfortunately, the squeaks came back about a week after adding the shims. This is just a warning to people considering refinishing old squeaky floors. If you can't stand the squeaks, it might be worth replacing the floor so you can properly secure the sub floor. I also had to ask at the end of the job that they install transitions where the new laminate flooring met up with existing flooring. Brian had a guy come out and install the transitions, but it was strange to me that I even had to ask. The drywall and paint guy was Urmas. He was amazing. There were some real challenges for him and he made it look perfect. I couldn't believe how quick he was either. Our bathroom looks amazing because of him. He also installed the tile flooring in our bathroom. It isn't perfect, but it's good enough for me. The concrete floor that he installed over had a lot of dips and I didn't want to grind it flat or level it out. So I think that is the cause for the minor imperfections. Again, I would recommend leveling the sub floor if you are looking for perfection. One thing I really liked was that Rod had notes in the estimate for the different paths that I could take with the work. When they removed the old tile in the bathroom, we didn't now the condition of the concrete underneath. Rod gave a quote if I wanted it ground down so the peal and stick tiles would work and a different quote if I just wanted the ceramic tiles installed. I loved that Rod was willing to work with me on the details of the estimate. When the work was done, all of the debris was removed per my notes in the contract. But there was a lot of dust left behind. I expected that it would be cleaned up better, but I didn't make a fuss. I believe that if I had said something, they would have sent someone out immediately to clean it up. I believe this because when I mentioned a slight leak at our utility sink, they had someone out the next day. If you want someone that is flexible and will work with you, Handy Men and Mrs. Helper is the way to go. Tell them what you want and they will make sure you are happy.