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Electrical Handyman
5.0
Very good. Steve was in and out in no time at all. He even helped me talk to the power company to disable the electricity properly. In all, I was only without electricity for about an hour, which I appreciated. Steve was also reasonably priced since the $260 included parts and labor. I highly recommend Steve to others.
- Mark M....
Stone Top Inc
1.0
They promised to install the new sink faucet and re-attach the garbage disposal and did not. They left my senior citizen Mother and disabled brother without a working kitchen sink, and never told us that we have to coordinate with a plumber to finish this job. I never would have agreed to do this, if that were the case. Just a shame, 'cause I really liked them. They don't tell the truth. Beware.
- Denis T....
Luxury Bath of Tampa Bay LLC
5.0
Luxury Bath recently converted our disabled Veteran daughter's tub to a roll in shower and it looks absolutely fabulous! We also had the plate mirrors removed and vanity cabinets installed over each bathroom sink for additional storage. Logan Scott worked with us to get the shower design just right and provided required documents for a VA HISA Grant that helped pay for the shower modification. The crew was also very professional, hard working and kept everything clean. Our daughter loves her new shower and we have reduced her fall risk. I highly recommend Luxury Bath to anyone who desires a bath remodel and would like a professional team that is dedicated, honest and hard working. We couldn't be more pleased with all of them.
- Nancy H....
Johnny On The Spot Remodeling & Handyman Services
5.0
I needed to find a good "handyman/contractor" in the St. Pete area for a disabled friend. I contacted Johnny. He was very prompt in responding to my e-mail and you can always reach him by phone. He does all of the work himself. My friend was very happy with his work. She found him to be very knowledgeable, conscientious, helpful and friendly. His rates were reasonable. He purchased all of the smaller supplies at Home Depot so my friend did not have to worry about that. Although I supplied the larger items, he offered to purchase those for her as well if needed. I found him to be very reliable and he seems to be able to perform most any home repair or improvement task. I will not hesitate to hire him again. Joe (and Sarah)
- Joe T....
Silva Homes Inc
5.0
Alex Silva acted as my general contractor in a major remodel. His main function seemed to be guarding me against my mistakes. He realized that the kitchen "foot print" would change if I remodeled later rather than before I started the tile work I had originally called him for. My "well how much" was always answered with a series of creative choices and very reasonable prices. Alex subcontracted a lot of the work and did some of it himself. His subs were courteous gentlemen. No cussing! We remodeled the kitchen, bathrooms and tiled house throughout, Alex helped me most by the suggestions he made for accommodations for my husband's disability as we remodeled the bathrooms. We tiled the showers, one with handicap features like wheelchair access and grab bars. He consulted with my husband about the height and angle of the grab bars until they were "just right." He told me about articulated hinges for the bedroom door and then installed them for me. He raised the kitchen ceiling and got rid of the popcorn. He had new lighting installed in the kitchen, dining room, hall and both baths. When he needed to use a jackhammer, I got a POD and his men helped me load and unload it. He took on the odd things I needed done too. There were some "out of place" cracks in the outside of the fireplace chimney. He knew the moment he looked at it what was wrong and how to fix it. He removed an ancient air conditioner from the wall of the FL room and walled it up. When he finished there was no sign of the hole, inside or out. Alex took pride in his work and his "subs" did, too. I would hire them again in a minute!
- Joyce G....
RP Done Right Inc
5.0
The drywall problem began with, what I thought was a faulty garage door. One Sunday afternoon my father drove me home, (I am blind). As he drove the car out of the garage, he attempted to close the door; it would not go all the way down. He oiled the mechanism, tried to close it several more times, gave up and told me to call a garage door repairman. I found Taylor Garage Doors on Angie?s List, and Brian Taylor came out to help me solve my door problem. After a few minutes of looking at the door, he informed me that the door itself was working fine; the drywall in the garage ceiling was coming down. He put up a temporary fix, and advised me to get a specialist to look at it. He asked if I had anyone in mind. I said I did not, so he recommended his neighbor, Rick Porter, who had just branched out into his own business. I placed a call to Mr. Porter, and he came out that very afternoon to look at the ceiling drywall. He stated that instead of using drywall screws, nails had been used. He also stated that they did not even use the proper number of nails. They placed them about two feet apart. He stated that screws should be used. He agreed to call my father and describe the deplorable ceiling condition, something I could not effectively describe. He agreed to give me an estimate, which he emailed the next day. He was very up front in his estimate, stating that the dry wall was inexpensive, and what would really cost would be the labor. He said that for the integrity of the ceiling it would e better to rip the damaged drywall out and totally replace it. So he arrived promptly at eight a.m. on a Friday and went to work. Over the next two days he ripped out the three sheets of drywall, replaced them with new dry wall, using screws every six inches apart on the seams and every eight inches in the field. He then taped and mudded all of the joints, and then had a spray rig come and texture the ceiling to match the rest of the garage. He then cleaned the garage. My father said, when he inspected the work, the ceiling looked beautiful, and the garage floor and surrounding area looked pristine. Mr. Porterhad stated he did not want his payment until someone sighted inspected handiwork. I thought that was wonderful that he did not want to take advantage of my disability. I believe he is a great worker, an ethical person who takes pride in a job well done. Would I call on him again for repairs and improvements both inside and outside my home? Yes, in a heartbeat. Through our conversation I learned that he was skilled in electronics. I will have to utilize his expertise in this area also, and write another report for the list.
- Gwen G....
Gilbert Design Build
5.0
Gilbert Design Build was my choice for their CAPPS certification and willingness to "think outside the box" when designing a project which focused on a disability. Although pricing was not the least expensive of local designers, Gilbert Design Build did not limit me to specific products and was open to all requests without judgment. I was impressed with their respect and appreciation for my ideas and took the time to discuss all of my needs and those of my husband. The onsite work was not to begin until all special order products were received which reduced the "down time" considerably. Each step of the process was outlined in a hard copy binder left in the home as well as a secure on line site which was kept updated almost daily. With the exception of the demolition process, my husband and I were living in the home during the entire renovation. The Project Manager Bob Meehan asked my input and needs to make us as comfortable as possible while construction took place. Any questions or issues were brought to the attention of the Lead Carpenter Jimmy Delmutalo who would keep us informed on a daily basis. Input was requested at all steps of the process so we felt very essential to the project with no bombshells. Jimmy updated us with a phone call every evening or morning to give details on which contractors would be expected that day. All aspects of the job were done with exceedingly superior cleanliness, quality, and communication. Gilbert Design Build went above and beyond the average to meet those objectives and more. All personnel were professional and courteous throughout the time they were at our home. One issue did arise when a portion of the shower wall product was found to have defects. The Lead Carpenter Jimmy was able to have the manufacturer expedite a replacement in half the original time with profuse apologies to us. Accolades to Gilbert Design Build for catching this problem before it became a catastrophe and being proactive in rectifying the situation. The office support team was friendly, helpful, and professional. Jessica Gilbert was very open and easy to work with on the financial aspects and never hesitate to answer my questions. Kayla Buckson was energetic and a delight in having as a pivotal communications role between the field and the office. Is Gilbert Build Design the CHEAPEST contractor? NO; HOWEVER, I received the quality and design I had hoped for, a level of professionalism that I seldom see nowadays, and had absolutely no reason to have them return for any "do-overs" or repairs more than two months after the project was completed. I love everything about our new bathroom. Would I use Gilbert Build Design AGAIN? YES, without hesitation. No high pressure sales and a commitment to staying within budget (or in my case under budget) was a refreshing characteristic of this company.
- Jane S....
Jack O Trades
3.0
I never met the owner of the company although he and I corresponded by email, texts and phone calls. The worker (handyman) who provided both the estimate and the services was on time and pleasant. However, communication between the three of us (myself, the owner and the worker) was sadly lacking. I never spoke with them together and felt the job I hired them to do suffered as a result. I am moving into a new home and wanted to make some needed repairs as well as some esthetic changes. First, a back story. Some years ago, when I lived in an older home, I hired a Handyman Company to repair some holes in my sons room and paint the walls. He said that, after looking at the holes, he would not fix or paint because the wiring in the house (behind the walls) were old and dangerous and that he could not in all good conscience perform the work. I hired him to rewire the house as well as many other tasks and appreciated the fact that he did not just patch some holes, paint and take my money. I did not get this same service with Jack O Trades. The handy man did only what I asked, without giving me the benefit of his experience, which appeared to be considerable. As a result I ended up with half a 'textured' ceiling. As a 65 year-old male who did professional work most of his life, I have limited knowledge of the finer points of home repair. I have done many home projects myself but with a 'learn as you go' type of attitude (and result). For instance, I did not know the difference between texturing a piece of drywall and painting it. So when my outside porch ceiling, which is made of drywall whose tape was peeling off from the Florida humidity, was fixed (taped and patched, not mudded as originally requested) I had no idea that part of it was textured. When I asked what 'texturing ' was, the handyman showed me by showing me one of the walls in my home. Instead, he could have pointed at the ceiling and said, "That part is textured. The part I patched is not!" Then, I would have known that, in order to have a uniformed ceiling, I should have the whole thing textured! And I would have! This showed in the other projects performed. Ceiling fans were put up without note given to the settings of the remote controls. They were the same type of fans, put 10 -15 feet apart. One should have been put up, then synced to the remote. Then the other put up and synced to its remote. This way, each individual remote would control its own individual fan. Instead, the fans were put up and then the remote control turned on. Now, when I turn one fan on, the other shuts off. When I speed up one fan, the other slows down. They also turn in two different directions. I have to take off the motor housing in order to correct the direction of the fan. I paid so I would not have to do these things. I am disabled and cannot do some things that may appear to be a simple fix to others. All in all, pleasant people to work with, but a bit on the expensive side for the casual attitude presented. I did not appreciate being told that, because "the owner's overhead was high" and that "being on Angie's list was expensive', the estimates were higher than others I may have received. I also had to haul away all materials myself. The 3 ceiling fans taken down and the old door. Of course, nothing in the contract said it was to be hauled away, it was just assumed by myself to be part of the clean-up. But, the fans have not fallen down. The door works and looks good (we picked it out), The locks are in and working and the painting I wanted them to do was done at 1/3 of the price by another company. Hopefully, the work done on the roof around the chimney will hold up as I cannot get up there to check it out. So you see, my confidence is low. Update since last review, a patch of gasket placed around the front door for sealing has since come off. ( After 1 month) Since receiving a 'C' rating, no one from this company has tried to contact me regarding my review.
- Richard F....

ADA Contractors in Tampa

4.8

(19)

Carrollwood, FL

Business Description: I specialize in: - Small and large jobs and being on time - I am Licensed, Bonded and Insured - I will respect your home and your time - Real Estate Pre and Post sale inspection repairs - Accessibility renovations for seniors and people with disabilities - Getting things off of your To Do list - Custom Built-ins, Furniture and Cabinetry - Trim Carpentry, Base and Crown Molding - Kitchen and Bathroom Remodeling - Everything around the house. I look forward to your call.
1.8

(5)

City Of Industry, CA

Business Description: American Tubs designs and manufactures a complete line of premium quality Walk-In Bathtubs that are ideal for people with Limited Mobility, Seniors, Disabled and people with pain, arthritis, stress and other debilitating conditions.
4.5

(6)

Pinellas Park, FL

Business Description: Our company is owned by a disabled female veteran, and has strong values on comment, professional service, hard work, and determination. Our company has been in business for 8 years now and have 4 technician's in our small business. Quality doesn't cost it pays, and we do our very best to make sure our quality will put a smile on our customer's face. Here at Florida Gas and Plumbing we strive for customer satisfaction. We are licensed and highly qualified technicians, that strive to do the best work. We say "quality doesn't cost, it pays", quality work that you can be proud of. Here are some types of service that we specialize in: All phases of Gas and Plumbing Remodels New Construction Outdoor Kitchens Gas Tiki Lighting Tankless Water Heaters Leak Detection Gas Pool Heaters Fire Bowls/ Pits These are just a few of the services we offer, we offer so much more: Toilet back ups Drain cleaning Camera inspection Pipe location Water jetting Roots in sewer problem Plumber Plumbing Gas leaks New construction Gas Tiki Fire Pit Fire Bowl Gas Lighting Gas Appliances Water heaters
1.0

(1)

Tampa, FL

Business Description: As a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business, BCPeabody hires Veterans as first choice. We maintain a staff of 45 employees and growing. We are bonded and licensed in General Contracting as well as Electrical and Plumbing in the state of Florida.
5.0

(1)

Tampa, FL

Business Description: CONTRACTOR - STATE CONSTRUCTION QUALIFIED BUSINESS LICENSE: QB20996; EDWARD SERRALLES STATE CERTIFIED GENERAL CONTRACTOR SINCE 1995: CGC057678 - 10 EMPLOYEES - OCCASIONALLY USES SUBS - NICHE: ADA (AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT) RENOVATIONS - COST IS DETERMINED BY TIME AND MATERIALS.. Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist
4.9

(77)

Tampa, FL

angi certified
offers coupon
Recent Review: We are so excited to have had a professional group of people who were nothing but polite, cleaned up after their work and prepped all areas before each job as well. Our small little shower turned into a beautiful spacious shower and lavatory made for two disabled senior citizens, Frisco also installed a large wall to wall closet, as well as a smaller one. The time frame of the work was well within what was explained and the entire crew was like one of the family while doing their part, The quality of work was well worth the cost. We would refer Frisco remodeling and Larry as the ever so present overseer for any jobs that other people are looking to have done. We would be glad to show off our completed job if anyone would be interested in remodeling services by a "top" company. Thanks Larry and entire crew. You are at the top of the list if we need future work completed. Great job - Ron and Judy Pinkstaff (Brandon, FL)
5.0

(1)

Unknown, FL

Recent Review: Very good. Steve was in and out in no time at all. He even helped me talk to the power company to disable the electricity properly. In all, I was only without electricity for about an hour, which I appreciated. Steve was also reasonably priced since the $260 included parts and labor. I highly recommend Steve to others.
4.5

(28)

Tampa, FL

Business Description: StoneTop Inc., West Central Florida's stone professionals dealing in only top quality granite and quartz products. We provide our customers with the best choice of stone countertops on the market today. We offer many of the top product lines in Quartz Engineered Stone. Manufacturers include Cambria, Zodiaq®, Viatera®, Hanstone, and Silestone®. We are also offering the highest quality Granite available in the Tampa Bay area. Granite opens the door to a whole new look of elegance and durability for any home. StoneTop Inc.'s services both residential and commercial customers in the West Central Florida area. With a 6, 000 sq. foot fabrication facility and a team of highly skilled stone craftsmen, StoneTop Inc. is able to create the custom quality look you demand for your project. Visit our showroom and view the large selection of colors available. Whether it's engineered or natural, STONE is today's number one choice in countertop material. We are open Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm and Saturdays by appointment. One of our team of dedicated staff will be happy to walk you through each step of your stone needs for a quality, successful project. Come and see what StoneTop can create for you.
4.8

(120)

Palm Harbor, FL

angi certified
offers coupon
Recent Review: Luxury Bath recently converted our disabled Veteran daughter's tub to a roll in shower and it looks absolutely fabulous! We also had the plate mirrors removed and vanity cabinets installed over each bathroom sink for additional storage. Logan Scott worked with us to get the shower design just right and provided required documents for a VA HISA Grant that helped pay for the shower modification. The crew was also very professional, hard working and kept everything clean. Our daughter loves her new shower and we have reduced her fall risk. I highly recommend Luxury Bath to anyone who desires a bath remodel and would like a professional team that is dedicated, honest and hard working. We couldn't be more pleased with all of them.
4.6

(76)

Hayesville, NC

Recent Review: I needed to find a good "handyman/contractor" in the St. Pete area for a disabled friend. I contacted Johnny. He was very prompt in responding to my e-mail and you can always reach him by phone. He does all of the work himself. My friend was very happy with his work. She found him to be very knowledgeable, conscientious, helpful and friendly. His rates were reasonable. He purchased all of the smaller supplies at Home Depot so my friend did not have to worry about that. Although I supplied the larger items, he offered to purchase those for her as well if needed. I found him to be very reliable and he seems to be able to perform most any home repair or improvement task. I will not hesitate to hire him again. Joe (and Sarah)
5.0

(12)

Spring Hill, FL

Recent Review: Alex Silva acted as my general contractor in a major remodel. His main function seemed to be guarding me against my mistakes. He realized that the kitchen "foot print" would change if I remodeled later rather than before I started the tile work I had originally called him for. My "well how much" was always answered with a series of creative choices and very reasonable prices. Alex subcontracted a lot of the work and did some of it himself. His subs were courteous gentlemen. No cussing! We remodeled the kitchen, bathrooms and tiled house throughout, Alex helped me most by the suggestions he made for accommodations for my husband's disability as we remodeled the bathrooms. We tiled the showers, one with handicap features like wheelchair access and grab bars. He consulted with my husband about the height and angle of the grab bars until they were "just right." He told me about articulated hinges for the bedroom door and then installed them for me. He raised the kitchen ceiling and got rid of the popcorn. He had new lighting installed in the kitchen, dining room, hall and both baths. When he needed to use a jackhammer, I got a POD and his men helped me load and unload it. He took on the odd things I needed done too. There were some "out of place" cracks in the outside of the fireplace chimney. He knew the moment he looked at it what was wrong and how to fix it. He removed an ancient air conditioner from the wall of the FL room and walled it up. When he finished there was no sign of the hole, inside or out. Alex took pride in his work and his "subs" did, too. I would hire them again in a minute!
5.0

(1)

Land O Lakes, FL

Recent Review: The drywall problem began with, what I thought was a faulty garage door. One Sunday afternoon my father drove me home, (I am blind). As he drove the car out of the garage, he attempted to close the door; it would not go all the way down. He oiled the mechanism, tried to close it several more times, gave up and told me to call a garage door repairman. I found Taylor Garage Doors on Angie?s List, and Brian Taylor came out to help me solve my door problem. After a few minutes of looking at the door, he informed me that the door itself was working fine; the drywall in the garage ceiling was coming down. He put up a temporary fix, and advised me to get a specialist to look at it. He asked if I had anyone in mind. I said I did not, so he recommended his neighbor, Rick Porter, who had just branched out into his own business. I placed a call to Mr. Porter, and he came out that very afternoon to look at the ceiling drywall. He stated that instead of using drywall screws, nails had been used. He also stated that they did not even use the proper number of nails. They placed them about two feet apart. He stated that screws should be used. He agreed to call my father and describe the deplorable ceiling condition, something I could not effectively describe. He agreed to give me an estimate, which he emailed the next day. He was very up front in his estimate, stating that the dry wall was inexpensive, and what would really cost would be the labor. He said that for the integrity of the ceiling it would e better to rip the damaged drywall out and totally replace it. So he arrived promptly at eight a.m. on a Friday and went to work. Over the next two days he ripped out the three sheets of drywall, replaced them with new dry wall, using screws every six inches apart on the seams and every eight inches in the field. He then taped and mudded all of the joints, and then had a spray rig come and texture the ceiling to match the rest of the garage. He then cleaned the garage. My father said, when he inspected the work, the ceiling looked beautiful, and the garage floor and surrounding area looked pristine. Mr. Porterhad stated he did not want his payment until someone sighted inspected handiwork. I thought that was wonderful that he did not want to take advantage of my disability. I believe he is a great worker, an ethical person who takes pride in a job well done. Would I call on him again for repairs and improvements both inside and outside my home? Yes, in a heartbeat. Through our conversation I learned that he was skilled in electronics. I will have to utilize his expertise in this area also, and write another report for the list.
4.6

(73)

Sarasota, FL

angi certified
Recent Review: Gilbert Design Build was my choice for their CAPPS certification and willingness to "think outside the box" when designing a project which focused on a disability. Although pricing was not the least expensive of local designers, Gilbert Design Build did not limit me to specific products and was open to all requests without judgment. I was impressed with their respect and appreciation for my ideas and took the time to discuss all of my needs and those of my husband. The onsite work was not to begin until all special order products were received which reduced the "down time" considerably. Each step of the process was outlined in a hard copy binder left in the home as well as a secure on line site which was kept updated almost daily. With the exception of the demolition process, my husband and I were living in the home during the entire renovation. The Project Manager Bob Meehan asked my input and needs to make us as comfortable as possible while construction took place. Any questions or issues were brought to the attention of the Lead Carpenter Jimmy Delmutalo who would keep us informed on a daily basis. Input was requested at all steps of the process so we felt very essential to the project with no bombshells. Jimmy updated us with a phone call every evening or morning to give details on which contractors would be expected that day. All aspects of the job were done with exceedingly superior cleanliness, quality, and communication. Gilbert Design Build went above and beyond the average to meet those objectives and more. All personnel were professional and courteous throughout the time they were at our home. One issue did arise when a portion of the shower wall product was found to have defects. The Lead Carpenter Jimmy was able to have the manufacturer expedite a replacement in half the original time with profuse apologies to us. Accolades to Gilbert Design Build for catching this problem before it became a catastrophe and being proactive in rectifying the situation. The office support team was friendly, helpful, and professional. Jessica Gilbert was very open and easy to work with on the financial aspects and never hesitate to answer my questions. Kayla Buckson was energetic and a delight in having as a pivotal communications role between the field and the office. Is Gilbert Build Design the CHEAPEST contractor? NO; HOWEVER, I received the quality and design I had hoped for, a level of professionalism that I seldom see nowadays, and had absolutely no reason to have them return for any "do-overs" or repairs more than two months after the project was completed. I love everything about our new bathroom. Would I use Gilbert Build Design AGAIN? YES, without hesitation. No high pressure sales and a commitment to staying within budget (or in my case under budget) was a refreshing characteristic of this company.
4.8

(411)

Tampa, FL

angi certified
Award 2021Super Service Award
offers coupon
Business Description: As a locally owned and operated business serving the Tampa Bay area since 2005, Jack O’ Trades has built an honest reputation with hundreds of clients that we foster ongoing relationships with through the years. We primarily specialize in those never ending "honey-do lists" incorporating handyman services, bathroom & kitchen remodels, decks & porches and many other household projects. Our goal is to be your trusted, go to handyman, whenever your list is ready for checking off, we want to be the company you call and rely on for years to come. Our team takes pride in the services we provide, working diligently to complete the projects our clients have entrusted us with. If you would like to discuss your upcoming projects, please contact us directly at 813.679.5657 or email us at info@jackotrades.biz. As a small company, we are quite busy, returning all requests within a few business days and scheduling many smaller projects within a week. Rest assured though we will always call you back and give you our dedicated attention -- and we hope you decide that we are worth the wait! We look forward to speaking with you soon.

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We are so excited to have had a professional group of people who were nothing but polite, cleaned up after their work and prepped all areas before each job as well. Our small little shower turned into a beautiful spacious shower and lavatory made for two disabled senior citizens, Frisco also installed a large wall to wall closet, as well as a smaller one. The time frame of the work was well within what was explained and the entire crew was like one of the family while doing their part, The quality of work was well worth the cost. We would refer Frisco remodeling and Larry as the ever so present overseer for any jobs that other people are looking to have done. We would be glad to show off our completed job if anyone would be interested in remodeling services by a "top" company. Thanks Larry and entire crew. You are at the top of the list if we need future work completed. Great job - Ron and Judy Pinkstaff (Brandon, FL)