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  • I have used Tom Michalik for several previous home remodeling projects. Over the years, I have joked that this is the house that Tom rebuilt. He is everything one would hope for in a contractor- reliable, honest, prompt, communicative, responsive and reasonably priced. He treats his workers and his subcontractors well and many of the same employees have worked on my home over the years, providing continuity. His goal is to provide quality work that makes the customer happy. When problems or changes to the plan occur (as they always do), he rises to meet them. He has been my trusted go-to contractor for over 12 years and continue to recommend him to friends and co-workers.
    - Michael K.
  • Called Bill (Need a Handyman) to come an repair a spongy spot on the floor of our panty/laundry room.   

    Turns out that squishy spot was the tip of the iceberg.  Our little job turned into a major rebuild of the entire area including an exterior wall.  



    Bill and Bobby beautifully handled the demolition and reconstruction of our great room.  They arranged for several trades+ to come in and play their part seamlessly. Demolition was done neatly, new support beams were added, wall were removed and replaced,  bathroom was gutted and replaced including ceramic tile floor, laundry room/pantry area was gutted and replaced, pantry shelving was designed and built to maximize the storage space, walls were painted with trim replaced, siding replaced, roofing repairs made....it was a major project.

    Incredibly they managed to keep this project under such tight control that we were able to continue to have use of this room during this project?a miracle in itself. They even made provisions to keep all our cats safe and out of construction area--no easy task--but knowing how important that was to us they accomplished it.

    These gents were friendly, timely and professional -their workmanship was that of a craftsmen. They left the construction area neat and tidy every day. 

    We would highly recommend this company-Need a Handyman with Bill and Bob- for any project large or small.  We are already planning our next project with them after this positive experience. 


    - Holly B.
  • My family could not be happier with the finished product.  Barry's crew are courteous and were very respectful of our needs during the construction phase. The crew would show up each morning as scheduled and the job site was cleaned up and tools put away at the end of each day.
    - Brian G.
  • All work was performed on time and on budget with great attention to detail and flexibility when making plan revisions during the project.  Barry's crew were professional, kept the job site neat, and were very sensitive to our daily living needs throughout the work.
    - Brian G.
  • This young man had a rain delay so he called me and told me the problem and said he would be a couple of days late which was understandable. He let me know everything he was going to do. He did everything he said he would do. The work looks great and I was totally happy with the job. They even cleaned up all their mess. They worked all day and did not even stop to eat until after 4 in the afternoon. I had never used Angies list before but I will always use them now after this great experience
    - Cheryl H.
  • went very well he is very thorough and has professional attitude .His estimates were reasonable and when i do decide to have those things done i would surely use his services as he was true to his words and very informative with all i asked he answered accurately which in itself is rare .
    - Rabia K.
  • Have a question:  text him and he responds immediately.  If there's a right way and a wrong way to do or fix something, he always chooses the right way.  Pricing was always fair, and if he had to do something extra (take out rotted wood under old siding, for example) he usually didn't pass the cost on to us.  He can't do the job half-way and feel good about his work.  He's also kind and supportive when we were having trouble making decisions about what to do.  You can't go wrong with this guy..
    - Marvin W.
  • Told the sales person & project manager that my biggest concern was
    the rotting condition of much of the wood on the exterior of our house. 
    The wood lined the porch, window frames, fascia, and two main front bay
    windows.  The rest of the house has a stucco exterior.  We were afraid
    that the rotting wood might spread, though the damage was only
    external.  The area around the main front bay windows was to be covered
    with vinyl siding and aluminum capping would cover all window frames and
    fascia.
    (1) I received assurance that they would remove and gut all rotting wood before installing the siding and capping. 
    (2) They also agreed that, after gutting the areas of rotting wood that,
    they would actually fill in and replace each complete area of rotting
    wood with new wood.  For example, if an area was 2 by 2 feet of rotting
    wood, they would not merely nail a thin strip of wood that is 2 feet by a
    few inches, just to have something to nail the capping or siding to,
    but fill in the complete 2 by 2 feet area with new wood.  I don't want
    the vinyl and capped areas to sag in the future due to the hollow spaces
    underneath. 
    The problem came with the actual workers arrived.  The worker who
    supervised the actual work quickly contradicted what the sales person
    & project manager had agreed upon. 
    (1) First, he said that they cannot completely fill in the areas of
    rotted wood that had been removed or gutted, but will only nail a strip
    or small block of wood big enough to have something for the vinyl &
    capping to nail to.  I conceded to their demands after complaining to
    the project manager who denied his earlier promise.
    (2) I insisted that they should at least stick to my agreement for them
    to remove all rotting wood in the areas under which vinyl siding &
    aluminum siding was to be installed.   The supervisor agreed after
    getting permission from the project manager.
    (3) Later, I caught them installing sections of siding and capping over
    rotting wood.  They suddenly claimed that they never agreed to replace
    all rotting woods at the areas where the capping & vinyl siding was
    to be installed and insisted that they only agreed to remove rotting
    wood directly over areas were nailing was required to attach the siding
    and capping.  I conceded to their demands again after calling the
    project manager who denied the modified promise from (2).
     
    (4) Later, I caught them nailing and attaching siding and capping
    directly over rotting wood, without removing the rotting wood.  The
    supervisor again complained and said they don't really have to remove
    any rotting wood because they just need long enough nails and that no
    rotting wood can ever spread to other surrounding wood and basically no
    wood replacement at all was even required.  I complained loudly to this
    and called up the project manager.  The project manager said that they
    should at least replace the rotting wood in areas where the main
    connectors were being installed, but that replacement wood sections, for
    the purpose of having something to nail the capping to, was not even
    necessary.  I mindlessly conceded to this as well.
    (5)Next, I saw the main connectors being nailed to rotting wood.  I was
    visibly frustrated and upset and walked up to the rotting wood mush and
    scoped it out with little or no resistance with my pinky!!!  The workers
    gave me dubious looks of guilt as the supervisor finally fixed what I
    pointed out.  As I watched, they got very little work done. I finally
    had to leave for lunch & some errands and when I came back they got
    too much work done too fast, as if they were trying to hide and finish
    their shoddy work before I arrived.  I am no expert so I sadly accepted
    this with doubts.
    (6)Next, I saw odd inconsistencies in how they installed the capping.  I
    understand that you are not supposed to put too many nails when doing
    capping and gluing on the capping does not have to be complete, but it
    should at least be done in a balanced way.  I would see four nails on
    one side of a window frame but only one nail on the right side.  I would
    see the northwest and southeast of the capping of a window glued or
    just the left side of a window glued.  I saw them remove wood around a
    window but not replace it such that the capping visibly dangled or
    drooped beneath the window.  Very shoddy work.  The supervisor fixed
    some of the things that I pointed out but I was alarmed.  I should not
    be the one responsible to point out numerous imperfections or simply
    unfinished work! That was the supervisor's job to do this and prevent it
    from happening.  Of course, this would imply that he had inexperienced
    workers and he would be forced  to supervise thoroughly.  But he could
    not, because he was working under the gun to meet the deadline and had
    no time for any noticeable supervision.
    (7)They insisted that there is no bottom guard for where the vinyl
    siding of the bay windows meets the ground.  Most of the rotting wood
    was not replaced.  Therefore, all manner of insects or even mice sized
    critters could climb into the siding and wreak havoc with the Styrofoam
    under each vinyl strip, the gaps between the wood and the Styrofoam, and
    the rotting wood beneath.  I don't even know if some squirrels have
    made a home between the gaps between the siding and the voids where
    rotting wood was removed but not replaced!
    (8)On the sides and rear of the home, all the capping got loose and
    gradually flapped in the wind like flags and eventually ripped off on
    their own.  We had to hire someone to install new capping and add more
    nails and glue the capping on the windows and fascia to eliminate all
    the other loose areas and prevent them from flying off.  They pointed
    out that not enough nails were there to firmly secure the capping and
    that more glue was also needed.  Also, the nails were not long enough. 
    Finally, they recommended that the rotting wood should have been
    completely replaced with strong new wood.  The areas where capping
    ripped off were either from areas that was mysteriously lacking in nails
    or where it was nailed directly to deep rotting wood that was never
    removed!
    (9)I was so upset that I did not want to even use the installation warranty because I do not trust the workers to do a good job.
    (9)I neever provided references or online testimonial for them as they had previously requested.
    (10) Even if you give the benefit of the doubt that I may have been
    mistaken on what was agreed or not, the bottom line is that after a few
    months, all the capping done in the rear and side of the house was
    ripping off withing two months and eventually blew off or was hanging on
    for dear life after just over seven months!  My confidence in
    contractors has taken a big hit. In fact, I don't really believe any
    other contractor would do a good job.  Finding a reliable and honest
    contractor is a matter of fate.  Its gonna happen or not and no amount
    of research can assure that you will luck out with a good one!!!
    - Rodolfo F.
  • Construction began following demolition of the existing sunporch. Demolition was fast and cleaned up each day. Construction was systematic and we were informed of the next stages of the project in advance with time to make decisions on key parts of the construction process e.g. opening width for the French doors, floor selection, etc. His team of carpenters are experienced, productive and polite and put in a full days work.
    Working with Barry's Home Improvements was a very good experience. I have referred others to Barry's Home Improvements and will do so again.


    - James M.
  • I was in touch with Brian by email who was initially very responsive. A couple of back and forth emails.  Perhaps I should have gone through the office.  Anyway, I needed these folks to look at some siding with a questionable leak, but I don't have time to go chasing a contractor when there are plenty of other companies that actually do get back  in touch with their customers to set up estimates.  If Brian is too busy to answer an email, it is the responsibility of his administrative people to follow up on appointments
    - Chad R.
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