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Recent Review: It went very good. Mike was able to accommodate a larger vanity into our bathroom with a few tweaks.
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Recent Review: Mike and his crew is amazing. These guys are so dedicated, they stayed very late because of unanticipated issues in the job. The place was spotless after them. A few weeks later and everything is working just fine. He went out of his way to get me valves that I wanted. He even adjusted somethings in the water main that was leaking.
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Recent Review: John Gasparro was professional and friendly during his estimate and remodeling services. He contacted us quickly when we called or when he had questions about details of his service. He was reliable and prompt. If he needed to change his appointment time he contacted us as soon as possible. John left the work area clean and neat each day. He had tasteful suggestions on what items would fit well in our bathroom. John's work enhanced the look of our home, while staying within our budget.
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Recent Review: Jim was referred to me by Michael Burrell of Michael's Plumbing and Heating, when I explained the job I wanted done, and Michael said it contained work he didn't do.  The work involved replacing a bathroom vanity that had some liquid damage, as such things often do, it ended up being a much bigger job than I'd anticipated, but Jim did an excellent job with everything, and was able to refer me to other people to do work he couldn't do (electrical work).   My hope was that I'd just be able to replace the vanity cabinet, keep the top, and as long as I was having that done, replace the mirror with a medicine cabinet, and install an overjohn.  However, as I hadn't measured things as well as I should have, it turned out that with the new vanity, the old top intersected with the power outlet, and while Jim offered to cut one or both of them, the sink location on the original top wasn't optimal either, so I decided to replace the vanity top as well.  This would add several weeks to the process, so after removing the old vanity, I asked Jim to repaint the guest bathroom, where this work was being done, and the master bathroom as well.  I also had the electricians that Jim recommended relocate the outlet, and add another one.  Once everything was done, and the top in, Jim installed it and the matching sidepiece, as the bathroom wall wasn't completely square with the back wall. The reason the vanity needed to be replaced was that one of my cats wasn't being as careful as she might have been about where she urinated, and in order to prevent a much nicer vanity from being damaged, I began to think of ways to stop that, and started to think about ways to prevent that.  I thought about building some sort of enclosure, but after looking into it, asked Jim if he was willing to build it instead, as he'd mentioned doing something similar before.  He started sketching out ideas, gave me an estimate for how long it would take, and when I agreed, started building it.  When he brought it back, I was extremely pleased; it's very well made, and is also reasonably easy to assemble/disassemble, in case I move in the future.  He also had some ideas for improving on what I'd thought of, such as a top with some sort of ventilation system.  Unfortunately, when it came to actually putting the enclosure into the area between the vanity and the bath tub, it didn't quite fit, by millimeters.  The screws holding it together added just enough width to cause it not to fit.  It would still work, though, as the fit was tight enough that the surrounding wall/vanity/tub held the pieces together.  I wasn't upset by this, as it would still work, and it was very well made, but when I mentioned the problem to Jim, he insisted on taking it back home with him and cutting things down by fractions of an inch so everything would fit, and he did this at no charge. Jim did an excellent job on everything; it would have been nice if some things had taken less time, but quality takes time, and he did what he could to speed things up; using a heat gun at some points to speed the drying of some patching compounds, for example.  Jim wants to make sure that things are done properly, and that takes time; before he started painting, he made sure that everything was prepared so the paint would look as good as possible, all the little divots and everything else was filled in, holes patched, and so on.  He also noticed that the bathroom doors had fit issues, left over from when the condo was built, and fixed them.  He did an incredible job patching the holes left in the plasterboard by the electricians; since they knew he was going to be coming back the next day to finish the installation of the vanity, they left the holes for him, since they knew he would do a better job at patching them then they would.  You can't see where they even were, now.  Some of the things I'd asked Jim to do I could have done, like the painting, but he did a far better job doing everything than I would have, or could have. The upshot of all of this is that Jim is a true craftsman, in the best sense of the word; the whole project took a lot more time and money than I'd hoped, but I don't regret the time or money spent, as the end result was excellent, and well worth the money.  I plan on asking Jim to do other work in the future.
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Recent Review:  John from JP Carpentry & Handyman Services came to my home and replaced my bathroom vanity. He was very prompt in contacting me after I inquired about his service. He scheduled an appointment with me quickly and on  one of the dates that I requested. He was on time and removed the old vanity and carried it out for me. He had to cut out some of the back on the new vanity to accomadate the plumbing and did an excellent job.  The vanity I purchased was a little higher than the one I replaced so when it was time to reconnect the pipes and drain they didn't fit. John went above and beyond for me, he graciously offered and then proceeded to drive to the hardware store and get the plumbing fixtures needed to complete the installation. I also requested to have a shower head replaced. John was extremely professional, he did an excellent job. He left everything clean and neat,was done with the job in the time frame that was stated when hired for the job and I could not have been more pleased. I would not hesitate to contact and hire John again.
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Business Description: My name is Jeff Eckes. Together with my wife Terri we own and operate Local Dad Repairs. As the name here implies, I am a local dad here in Dutchess County, NY. I have lived here for 15 years and if your kids went to John Jay they probably know my kids and myself through the volunteering I did. Now they are about to graduate college (how time flies!) as geologists and go on to their graduate degrees. I am also the proud father of my 'new' stepdaughter, a UVM graduate who is embarking on her graduate studies in psychology next fall. As most of you know the construction industry has been in a major depression and many people like myself were out of work for quite some time. I am a carpenter and audio engineer (retired) by trade, with a focus on woodworking (cabinetry) and woodshop technology. By 2008 I had been able to build my business up to a consultancy, designing and building woodshops for builders all over the world. When the recession hit, and it hit the construction industry incredibly hard, I lost everything. Rather than complaining about it or jumping on the handout train I spent my last $500 on lawn signs and business cards and turned my skills to helping my neighbors maintain their homes and save a lot of money and heartache doing it. We've never looked back. Now, 6 years later and with the help of the incredible organizational skills of my wife Terri, we've been able to build Local Dad Repairs into one of the fastest growing repair and remodeling contractors in Dutchess County. Now with up to 6 talented and vetted employees we have more capacity, more modern equipment and more talent than ever. We are FULLY insured (that means we carry more than legally needed for liability AND employee compensation insurance, the single most important insurance for homeowner protection), are certified EPA/RRP for lead renovation, repair and painting in your home. We carry the latest HEPA equipment, thermal imaging and laser technology and continuously upgrade and update all of our equipment. This year we are embarking on a complete software upgrade that allows us to track every minute part of your project and keep you up to the second informed via a client web portal. This will make us the only repairs and renovation contractor in our area that has such capacity so not only can we provide all of the services you need like renovation, cabinetry, painting and licensed trades, we can provide you with an organized web portal to keep you completely informed about your project (only available on larger projects beginning in 2015). In addition, many of our employees are OSHA safety certified and we always take the most modern and up to date safety precautions when working in and around your home and we pride ourselves on leaving your home as clean when we exit each day as when we arrived. One of our specialties is older homes. I have restored two historic homes of my own and have decades of experience with the particular needs of historic homes. I also have a deep roster of specialists available to me (licensed electricians, plumbers, etc) that also understand older homes. We have several ongoing clients that own historic bed and breakfast homes that we have been restoring over the past few years and though the work is painstaking and detailed, we derive immense satisfaction in seeing our finished product appreciated by so many. From historic window replacement to reproduction screen/storm windows and historically accurate painting and faux finishes, we can provide you the most important thing you need-information to make the right decision. We are experienced in all phases of modern residential construction and home repair as well. There's no need to make multiple calls and set up different appointments for your home remodeling, maintenance and repair projects. We can shepherd your project from beginning to end, provide permitting and licensed trades when needed and deliver to you a product that is on time, on budget and leaves your completely happy for a long time to come. We can even provide professional photographs of the finished project if you desire as my daughter is an FIT graduate in photography (she later decided she wanted to be a scientist!) and takes most of what you see on our new website. DBA- Miscellaneous Enterprises Etcetera LLC
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Recent Review: This has been a horrible experence. My mother just wanted to fix up her condo, it is her main investment. She did have to get a new furnace, but none of the other things have been done. She talks about it, but won't call anyone. I think she was treated this way because of her age, which is insulting.  I would not hire Don White to change a light bulb.  

Reviews in Beacon to Install Bathroom Vanity

AD Rohde Heating, Plumbing and AC
It went very good. Mike was able to accommodate a larger vanity into our bathroom with a few tweaks.
- Richard C....
AMichael's Plumbing, Heating & Mechanicals
Mike and his crew is amazing. These guys are so dedicated, they stayed very late because of unanticipated issues in the job. The place was spotless after them. A few weeks later and everything is working just fine. He went out of his way to get me valves that I wanted. He even adjusted somethings in the water main that was leaking.
- Tamer A....
AHome Improvements & Repairs by John Gasparro
John Gasparro was professional and friendly during his estimate and remodeling services. He contacted us quickly when we called or when he had questions about details of his service. He was reliable and prompt. If he needed to change his appointment time he contacted us as soon as possible. John left the work area clean and neat each day. He had tasteful suggestions on what items would fit well in our bathroom. John's work enhanced the look of our home, while staying within our budget.
- Margrit B....
AAHIH LLC
Jim was referred to me by Michael Burrell of Michael's Plumbing and Heating, when I explained the job I wanted done, and Michael said it contained work he didn't do.  The work involved replacing a bathroom vanity that had some liquid damage, as such things often do, it ended up being a much bigger job than I'd anticipated, but Jim did an excellent job with everything, and was able to refer me to other people to do work he couldn't do (electrical work).   My hope was that I'd just be able to replace the vanity cabinet, keep the top, and as long as I was having that done, replace the mirror with a medicine cabinet, and install an overjohn.  However, as I hadn't measured things as well as I should have, it turned out that with the new vanity, the old top intersected with the power outlet, and while Jim offered to cut one or both of them, the sink location on the original top wasn't optimal either, so I decided to replace the vanity top as well.  This would add several weeks to the process, so after removing the old vanity, I asked Jim to repaint the guest bathroom, where this work was being done, and the master bathroom as well.  I also had the electricians that Jim recommended relocate the outlet, and add another one.  Once everything was done, and the top in, Jim installed it and the matching sidepiece, as the bathroom wall wasn't completely square with the back wall. The reason the vanity needed to be replaced was that one of my cats wasn't being as careful as she might have been about where she urinated, and in order to prevent a much nicer vanity from being damaged, I began to think of ways to stop that, and started to think about ways to prevent that.  I thought about building some sort of enclosure, but after looking into it, asked Jim if he was willing to build it instead, as he'd mentioned doing something similar before.  He started sketching out ideas, gave me an estimate for how long it would take, and when I agreed, started building it.  When he brought it back, I was extremely pleased; it's very well made, and is also reasonably easy to assemble/disassemble, in case I move in the future.  He also had some ideas for improving on what I'd thought of, such as a top with some sort of ventilation system.  Unfortunately, when it came to actually putting the enclosure into the area between the vanity and the bath tub, it didn't quite fit, by millimeters.  The screws holding it together added just enough width to cause it not to fit.  It would still work, though, as the fit was tight enough that the surrounding wall/vanity/tub held the pieces together.  I wasn't upset by this, as it would still work, and it was very well made, but when I mentioned the problem to Jim, he insisted on taking it back home with him and cutting things down by fractions of an inch so everything would fit, and he did this at no charge. Jim did an excellent job on everything; it would have been nice if some things had taken less time, but quality takes time, and he did what he could to speed things up; using a heat gun at some points to speed the drying of some patching compounds, for example.  Jim wants to make sure that things are done properly, and that takes time; before he started painting, he made sure that everything was prepared so the paint would look as good as possible, all the little divots and everything else was filled in, holes patched, and so on.  He also noticed that the bathroom doors had fit issues, left over from when the condo was built, and fixed them.  He did an incredible job patching the holes left in the plasterboard by the electricians; since they knew he was going to be coming back the next day to finish the installation of the vanity, they left the holes for him, since they knew he would do a better job at patching them then they would.  You can't see where they even were, now.  Some of the things I'd asked Jim to do I could have done, like the painting, but he did a far better job doing everything than I would have, or could have. The upshot of all of this is that Jim is a true craftsman, in the best sense of the word; the whole project took a lot more time and money than I'd hoped, but I don't regret the time or money spent, as the end result was excellent, and well worth the money.  I plan on asking Jim to do other work in the future.
- Kevin M....
AJP Carpentry & Handyman Services
 John from JP Carpentry & Handyman Services came to my home and replaced my bathroom vanity. He was very prompt in contacting me after I inquired about his service. He scheduled an appointment with me quickly and on  one of the dates that I requested. He was on time and removed the old vanity and carried it out for me. He had to cut out some of the back on the new vanity to accomadate the plumbing and did an excellent job.  The vanity I purchased was a little higher than the one I replaced so when it was time to reconnect the pipes and drain they didn't fit. John went above and beyond for me, he graciously offered and then proceeded to drive to the hardware store and get the plumbing fixtures needed to complete the installation. I also requested to have a shower head replaced. John was extremely professional, he did an excellent job. He left everything clean and neat,was done with the job in the time frame that was stated when hired for the job and I could not have been more pleased. I would not hesitate to contact and hire John again.
- Susan F....
FValley Property Maintenance
This has been a horrible experence. My mother just wanted to fix up her condo, it is her main investment. She did have to get a new furnace, but none of the other things have been done. She talks about it, but won't call anyone. I think she was treated this way because of her age, which is insulting.  I would not hire Don White to change a light bulb.  
- Richard C....