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Handyman reviews in Quakertown

  • A
    Fisher's Home Repair
    Great! As with all old things it was missing a part that I didn't know about. Ken went out to the local Lowe's when he discovered that it couldn't be hung without the part and came back with a brass plumbing part that would do the trick because the lighting department didn't have what he needed. He is always very resourceful-which is what you need when your house is 90 years old. He also put a dimmer switch on the wall so the chandelier could give mood light or bright light and painted around the ceiling so you could not tell that an old fixture had been removed. Price below includes what he paid for dimmer switch and plumbing brass part.
    - Andrew M.
  • A
    I cannot be more pleased.  Here is the short version in this first paragraph, reading-on for gory details.

    Finally, I've ?got a guy? who acts with integrity, is professional, does a high-quality job, is friendly and, most importantly, is incredibly reliable.  This was no small job. We just moved-in and contacted Joe to help us with windows, flooring and more. No creepy sub-contractors or laborers. Very amicable, extremely reliable and dedicated.  Very fair price, much better than the quote I got at Big-Box home improvement store.  Many handymen have Angie reviews showing that they can do small jobs, and I needed one who could do both big jobs will skill and small stuff with equal consideration and care.  I will call Joe soon for a finished basement, maybe the attic or french doors in my office... likely all of them.

    The workers:  Joe takes great pride in his reputation, and that?s how I found him on Angie?s List.  I am a veteran when it comes to home renos, and I had many concerns about sub-contractors, reliability, quality, and transparency regarding pricing and change-orders. First, Joe does the estimate, and he is always on the job as the principal.  Second, if he needs assistance, Joe is smart in that he networks with his fellow contractors so that he gets skilled and reliable help.  This quid pro quo relationship was interesting because I would have thought Joe would want to hire cheaper labor to help with the grunt work, but as he explained ? and demonstrated - it goes faster and better when two people who know what they are doing work together, e.g., installing new construction windows, Joe?s partner knew what was next, what Joe would need, and then worked his side while Joe did the other ? same with hardwood installation, the other guy knew which pieces to pick (the wood colors and patterns are very diverse and need some planned placement) and helped move along installation.  I would trust any of Joe?s network of professionals.

    Unexpectedly dedicated to the job: Joe did not fly around from job-to-job, thereby unduly delaying our project?s completion. Joe was here every day at 8 a.m. and stayed until 4:30 for over six weeks.  He was extremely organized and neat, cleaning-up every day.   

    My family is not too keen on having contractors in our home for long periods ? we?re a bit paranoid that way.  We felt extremely comfortable with Joe and any helpers (again, not just any laborers).  We felt so comfortable that child sick-days or work from home days were no problem.  In fact, with the Christmas and New Year holiday, Joe was accommodating enough to leave us be during our time off from work as we requested, although he was willing to work the day after Christmas and up to New Year?s Eve if we didn't ask.  Joe actually has a Santa-like jolly nature and laugh, and the kids liked him.

    Joe communicated the plan clearly, provided the estimate accurately, and charged me very fairly.  Change orders were no problem, and I never felt like I was being gouged when I asked for a modification on-the-fly.  Again, I trusted him ? contrary to my experience ? and he deserved that trust.

    Hickory hardwood floors were installed on 1,100 square foot; the challenge was removing the existing hardwood and two-layers of linoleum and glue board in the kitchen.  The original construction carpenters nailed the glue board every 3-4 inches which was secure but a dog to tear-up.  The area was properly prepped, the job logically started at my office, then into the kitchen on a day that was least intrusive, and then onto the remainder.  Without asking, the sub-flooring was screwed down to avoid squeaking ? which it did in certain areas.  Everything was cleaned-up afterwards, ready to set furniture and decorate.  You should see it, amazing.  The Big-Box home improvement estimate was more, and they did not quote removing the kitchen floor because they didn't want to.

    New and modified windows installed: We had many windows replaced, but, more challenging, Joe converted one wall with a single window to an amazing 3-window configuration (see image).  Joe properly removed the drywall, had to re-route electric, and re-installed drywall, taping and spakling perfectly ? I painted.  The attic had small windows, and Joe added larger windows requiring proper cutting and trimming inside and out, boy was it cold up there.  A slider was replaced, and Joe detected water intrusion from before and raised and sealed the section to avoid future problems.  I noticed the exterior trim, and boy does it make my home look newer, cleaner and tight as a drum (see image).

    Tiles in the mudroom and a laundry sink added: Joe properly removed linoleum and glue board, screwed-in hardy board, and? well? it looks amazing, level, neatly spaced, grouted, and fitted along edges.  All doors were replaced, washer-dryer put back into place and mudroom sink ready was ready to use.

    I am writing this because it is important for us consumers to share stories in order that we may find service providers who care about their reputation.  Joe is our family's ?guy.?  There's so much still to do in this home, and with Joe making it quite easy (I hate the prospect of a bad contractor) we will have him back sooner than expected.
    - Christopher S.
  • A
    Kerry's Handyman Service
    Called Kerry and she responded that same day.  She was able to fix a shutter on the 2nd floor of my house that had pulled away.   Very fast efficient and nice girl to work with.  I would hire here again.
    - Christine P.
  • A
    Fosters Plumbing Heating & Cooling
    After deciding on a day and time, Brian arrived promptly, introduced himself, examined the toilet and replaced the parts that were broken. He was professional and explained why he needed to replace some of the parts. Definitely would recommend him.
    - Anne F.
  • A
    Pro Start Handyman

    It went very well. They were on time everyday. They worked late and hardly took any breaks. They

    kept everything clean and the dust to a minimum. They were extremely professional and we love

    how our bathroom looks.

    - Fran J.
  • F
    I Can Fix That
    Refused to give a free estimate and wanted to charge 2 hours worth of labor for the estimate. Was extremely  rude when questioned. I would not recommend this contractor. Charges unnecessarily on a project that could have been estimated even without an onsite visit.
    - Mandy V.
  • A
    Ray DiFrancesco Home Improvements
    Collette called me promptly to follow-up on my Angie's List inquiry.  Ray called me back shortly thereafter and scheduled a time for an estimate.  Ray arrived on time, accurately assessed the situation and asked me what my needs were.  I received an estimate the next day, and then we scheduled the repair for the next week.  Ray arrived on time, performed precisely what he promised and with the quality of workmanship expected.  Ray was professional, friendly, communicative, flexible, and cleaned-up after the job.  

    - Christopher S.
  • A
    I was finishing up work on an investment property and the handyman I was counting on did not come through.  Joe was able to get everything I needed done.  If you're looking for a "Jack of All Trades", call Joe Gray.  He's a no nonsense guy that works hard with no drama.  Those of you that have hired contractors in the past surely know what I mean by that.  There are no excuses or over charges.  He says he's going to do something and he does it.  He says he's going to be there at a certain time and he's there.    
    If this review doesn't convince you of his skills, pricing and integrity, this will:
    I'm lining up my next renovation project and will be contacting Joe.  I'm also looking to remodel my kitchen and will be looking for a quote from him on that as well.  If I'm looking to hire him again... he must be good.  Of the 8 different contractors I used on this recent project, I only plan on using 2 of them again and Joe is one of them.
    - Salvatore S.
  • A
    All work was done on time and at the quoted. All work was done to the highest quality. I have several projects planed for next year and Joe will have a advantage over other bidders. He was always available for updates. Honesty is very important to me and Joe qualified as an honest vendor.
    - Scott H.
  • C
    Fidelity Home Management

    I had a very difficult experience with this company. I purchased the deal on 10/16, I got a message from their rep on the 17th that they would be on vacation until the 22nd, which was no problem under the circumstances. I told them we could schedule when they returned. The handyman I spoke with was reluctant to take the job. (This wasn't the first time their receptionist had to apologize for this handyman's gruff phone demeanor. I understand that some people are better with tools than with people.)

     When we did schedule, I got this additional message,  "I hope you understand that we need to charge a trip charge $20 since the property is outside of our service area."  l replied, "If it is necessary I will oblige, but I didn't ever hear about a trip charge before." When we initially spoke, the handyman told me that he was in Doylestown, and it didn't seem to me that Quakertown was unreasonably far away. Their service area says simply, "Bucks and Montgomery county". 

    Their reply, "The trip charge is based on the mileage from our central location which is the office. We are located in North Wales."  When service was finally scheduled, there was no acknowledgement of the trip charge issue at all. 

    My reply:  "Excuse me, but you did not address the issue of the extra fee at all. Initially I was willing to accommodate you, but I find your attitude unacceptable. I have never had an uncomfortable experience with a service provider that I found on Angie's List, and I've been using the list a lot (Thank you Angie.) Your handyman was uninterested in the job when we spoke, and seemed to be doing it under duress. It was borderline rude, but I was willing to go along with it because I had bought the "Deal". He asked if I had tools, materials, etc. and I got the feeling he was just going to show up and be surly. We finally agreed that he would do the most menial of jobs: clearing out a dry airy 3'-4'crawlspace under the cabin WITH me."

    "Additionally, according to Google Maps, Doylestown to Quakertown is 15.2 miles, and 29 minutes. You have clearly stated that your service area is Bucks and Montgomery county. Both towns are in Bucks county. Your handyman clearly stated that he was coming from Doylestown, not North Wales. (That would be 19.5 miles and 31 minutes anyway, still acceptably close by most business standards.) I see no reason for Quakertown to be out of your service area, and I don't like the unexpected charge."

    The receptionist and I spoke on the phone and I could tell she was in a difficult position. We agreed on a service arrangement: 2 men for 3.5 hrs.. The men arrived on time and were very pleasant to interact with. They did a very good job within the time frame given. They also took some of the debris down to a dumpster for me. (Much appreciated) I can not attest to the quality of their handyman services because the work that they eventually performed was relatively unskilled manual labor and not fine carpentry, plumbing or electric, but the work that they did was well done.

    - Julie G.
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