One of the reasons that I like a handy man is because I often have a lot of small jobs, as was the case here. I had bought a four hour package from JW. Their estimator vastly overestimated the time that the repairs would take. Then he gave me a list of supplies to buy for the dry wall repair. Now, we're talking about a 10 in. x 10 in. repair from when I had the outside spigot replaced. I had the dry wall piece that had been carefully cut out by the plumber. The estimator had me buy a box of dry wall screws, 20 minute easy sand (minimum 18 lb. bag), a sponge and 2' of 1 x 4" wood. Also, even tho the estimator came out in person, he didn't measure the door frame to be repaired so I could get everything needed when I went to get the drywall patch supplies. Instead he said that the repairman would do that, then leave to get the required supplies during my 4 hour window! So, I was none-too-pleased with the wasted time that I had already paid for. Thankfully Kenny showed up to do the work yesterday. He was on time and quickly scoped everything out. He said, "I have everything that I need in my truck and you can return what you bought," which meant that he didn't need to leave to get more supplies. He did a super job on the drywall -- you'd never know there was ever a hole there -- and the shed is now tight and dry. He used wood he had, some scraps of mine, and caulked it. I'll paint when the rain lets up. The toilet was a "gift." He had time to spare and said, "What else do you need done?" I showed him the toilet and he tightened it down and solved a long standing (or should I say sitting?) issue. That man worked the entire four hours and everything exceeded my expectations. I'll definitely ask for Kenny again and JW would be wise to let him do the estimates, as well.