In the fall I moved into a townhouse built in 1976 that had recently been refurbished and updated. As expected, there are always little upgrades and improvements necessary to make the place your own. My honey-do list was growing. How and where would I find a trustworthy and reliable handyman (again)? Would you believe that within a two-day period in various parts of town I spotted a pristine van three times with the logo "Ron Can Do It" on it? Was it a sign from God that I should hire him or only coincidence? It ended up being an answer to my prayers! Ron Richardson did work for me three times in a seven-day period. He was prompt to arrive and a good listener to what I wanted done. He was a fast, efficient worker, but also careful, detail-oriented, and meticulous. When he saw that something additional should be done, such as weather stripping around the entry door from the garage into the house, he suggested it but didn't pressure me. While his hourly rate is more than I ever paid any handymen in the past, I felt that he worked quickly, and the prices were fair for the excellent quality of work. What delayed me in submitting an Angie's List review was that after Ron started working for me in October, I noticed the For Sale sign on the side of his van. He was selling his vehicle, tools, and client list. I was devastated by this news after finding such a wonderful, honest, and reliable "honey-do specialist." Well, there's bad news and good news...For Ron the deal with a recent, potential buyer fell through. For me, it's good news. Ron is back in business. Sorry, Ron, but maybe it was an answer to another of MY prayers!