Recent Review: We have a 150 year old two story cape house which has lots of character, but also is a real challenge to work in, as nothing is plumb nor level, and previous owners had done some some very odd things. We had problems with a leaky toilet on the second floor over the kitchen, which had been repaired by a plumber but left the kitchen with a large hole in the ceiling, and some damaged bathroom floor supports from the moisture. The corner double sink had a previous garbage disposal, long since replaced because the bottom rusted out and leaked, and the cabinet floor under that sink had a huge sag in the middle. The lovely old maple floor in the kitchen had a sagging area on the end by the sink and was pretty springy there, because in the past someone had cut away the floor under the sink, to put in a heating duct for a furnace (now long ago defunct.) The corner of the laundry room, which had at some point been added on to the original house and has corners supported by cinderblocks, had a corner away from the house sagging because the blocks had sunk into the dirt. Those were our original tasks to be done. When Tim came to estimate those, he looked at the big brush pile our tenants had left in the driveway in front of the barn, and the rusted things behind the barn, and said, and quot;I can do those too, you know.and quot; So we immediately added them to the list. Tim was always courteous, prompt in his work, and did an excellent job in a very reasonable timeframe. We were delighted with all he did, and definitely will use his services again for anything else that comes up with this house in the future.