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  • A
    The work was excellent. What I especially liked was not having to give a deposit in advance, pictures taken of work in attic that I didn't personally inspect, staying late to finish the job, and overall job quality. I thought it was odd that the repairman didn't have a full selection of tools with him (drill, hammer), but no big deal. Felt the supervisor could have shown a bit more care regarding tracking snow in house. Again, not a big deal as most floors are vinyl, but some are wood. Would definitely use again.
    - Kathy G.
  • A
    Wonderful. Mike is a very friendly guy and he basically helped me to feel less stressed about getting all this work done on the house in order to sell it. He did everything I needed done and a great job. I would definitely hire him admin!
    - Chris N.
  • A
    Mike was attentive to our needs and answered all of our questions. Various members of Mike's crew performed different parts of the repairs & painting. ALL members of Mike's crew were courtesy & professional. Based upon our positive experience, we decided to hire Mike & his crew for additional services.
    - Mary C.
  • A
    He was extremely thorough. He was very good in pricing. Very cognizant in the fact that I wanted the deck finished by the end of May so I could put my planters out. He also fixed things that a previous handymen over several years ago never got right.
  • A
    Abe (Abraham) of A&W Home Repair was fantastic. He knew what to do and had the tools to do it. He agreed to let me work with him to complete the task. I am very pleased I found Abe to assist me with this overwhelming project. Whenever I again need a helping hand Abe will be the first person I call. Not only did he assist me with my project, I feel like I made a new friend! Thank You Abe, I really appreciate you.
    - David S.
  • C
    Adam, co-owner, arrived dressed in very nice dark slacks and a light blue button-down shirt. I should mention that Adam's arrival was a complete shock to me. I had mixed up the dates and assumed our appointment was the following week. Thankfully, Adam, arrived on the date we had agreed upon. And, though I didn't recall the time at the moment he drove up, I am sure he was punctual. I told Adam that since he was here, yes, let's take a look at the basement so he could give me a price to paint my basement floor. But, according to Adam, I had agreed to hire him on the spot when we talked. He also said he had purchased all the materials and was ready to work. Though I don't recall all the details of our conversation, I can say that Adam would be the first contractor/handyman who gave me a quote without seeing the job first. For example, other people I interviewed, wanted to see the condition the floor, measure it so they would know how much paint to buy, etc. I don't recall Adam giving me a price over the phone, but I decided to take his word for it. I felt bad that he could have scheduled another job in my time slot and since he also had already purchased the materials, I agreed to let him do the work. What I did recall about our conversation was that I explained to him that I wanted the floor painted because plumbers had to break the floor in two areas to get to the pipes underneath and that they re-cemented the floor, pretty clumsily. I wanted to even out these patches and have a clean, painted, nice looking floor. I also asked him to hang a mirror in my dining room. Adam assured me he could handle the job satisfactorily. Since, I hadn't expected him, I had to hurriedly clean off the basement floor. There were bags and bags of linen and dog blankets, etc. Adam did volunteer to move the remaining 4 or 5 boxes of pillows and blankets. Before we entered the basement, he had said that he typically starts a job by cleaning the floor with a shop vac. However, once he saw my basement floor, he said it was pretty clean and asked to use my push broom (it was nearby) to sweep the floor. We chatted a little and then, I remembered, I wanted the sink stand holding the utility sink cleaned of rust and painted black. He said he had some black flat paint and agreed to do it. I got busy doing yard work in the backyard, when I rounded the front, he was sitting in his truck. He exited the truck and I said, something to the effect that I guess he was waiting for the etching solution to dry. He said, it only takes about 10 minutes to dry. He also said the etching solution was environmentally safe, which I liked, and odor-free. Sometime later, I decided to take a look at his progress. He had already painted some of the floor. I realized immediately that he had not cleaned the rust off of the stand for the utility sink, nor painted it black. I asked him about this, thinking he just overlooked it. But, he said the stand was too brittle to be painted. I told him a couple of other people had looked at it and found the stand sound. He said he would check the stand again. Adam's fee is $155 per hour and $99 for every hour thereafter. He estimated that the job would take 2.5 hours. I was impressed that he was finished right about that time, maybe a few minutes more. However, he said he had another appointment and didn't have time to hang the mirror. He added that he thinks the sink stand could be cleaned of rust and painted, rather than be tossed out. We looked at the floor together, and I told him it looked good. It was still wet and shiny. He told me not to walk on it for 48 hours. Yesterday, I walked on it. I was surprised to hear a crunchy sound. The sound comes from stepping on the epoxy flakes Adam added to the floor, per my wishes. I hope the crunchy sound isn't permanent. As far as the floor's appearance, it's just okay. Maybe I was expecting too much. But, I thought the re-cemented areas would have been blended in so that I would have a nice, clean, smooth looking floor. The outlines of the re-cemented areas show through the paint as well as stained areas and areas that were covered in old paint. It just looks like paint was rolled over the existing floor with little or no prep work done. Based on my information, the cement and other areas could have been sanded by hand, or with a hand-held tool called a grinder, to smooth out the rough edges. But, maybe the Clean n Etch could have done the same thing. Adam said it drys in 10 minutes. I happened to come across a bottle of Clean n Etch at Home Depot yesterday and it advises no foot traffic for 2 hours after application and no top coat for 24 hours. I am not accusing Adam of not applying any Clean n Etch, but I wonder how useful it was if the paint was applied on top of it before the solution actually cured. I can only hope that the paint job will last for years, as Adam said it would. Finally, the idea of the epoxy flakes is that they are spread haphazardly, and they were., but maybe too much so. One area has a huge cluster of flakes and nearby areas are sparse, it looks as if a bag of flakes was dumped in one area and remaining flakes spread sparsely.
    - SALLY H.
  • A
    Good. Abe came out as at the time promised and found that it was the extension hose for our faucet nozzle that was leaking and could not be replaced. He suggested we select a new faucet assembly from Home Depot. He came out again at the time promised and installed the new faucet without a problem.
    - Perry G.
  • A
    Morry worked quickly yet all work completed was done to the highest standards. We have a running to do list and will have him back for more work soon. He fixed our faucets and toilet, hung ceiling fans, fixed broken doors and other misc items.
    - Amy H.
  • A
    Mr. Cohen was terrific. He came right after we called him and we fully expected that he would have to do major repair work including tearing apart a wall to fix our pocket door. He had told us the job could cost as much as $600. Instead, when he came he said he would try something less major first to see if he could fix it. He managed to get the door back on track and working again without any major work and only charged us $100. We were so impressed with his honesty and ability and highly recommend him to anyone needing household repairs.
    - Tyrone P.
  • A
    Abe was on time and worked around some of the non-standard issues that arose quite nicely. He did a good job. I would just recommend that customers get clarity upfront on the estimated cost (which was reasonable).
    - Cindy K.
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