Elec72I started with using "Richard the Handyman" for a request to replace 2 sets of french door and some other sheet rock work that I had in the house. He did an excellent job on the doors and sheet rock repairs. In fact, I used Richard for about 2 to 4 weeks straight to make repairs to a rental house. Between Richard's work and the landscaper, the leasing agent wanted to sell the house due to the fact that it looked too good to be marketed as a rental. Ultimately, It was rented. What I can say about Richard that his word is good. He charges you what he says, shows up when he is suppose too, and finishes the job or jobs before moving onto his next client. I used Richard to do the following and I thought all of his work was very good and some of it was pure excellent. He did the following; 1) Replaced 2 sets of french doors. The doors did not fit right that I had ordered. He worked around the problem and came up with a great solution, 2) replaced a 32" basement door, 3) repaired sheet rock in walls, 4) repaired 3 or 4 spots in stippled ceilings. Out of the 4, only one was the repair obvious. You could not see the repair on the other 3. 5) He leveled a tub for me and repaired all damage to sheet rock and tile. 6) He painted the living room and ceiling. His paint work is excellent. 7) He repaired appliances for me. 8) He installed a microwave, bathroom fan, security light, repaired a wiring issues, 9) installed 2 toilets and snaked the pipes for me. 10) He replaced a water heater and repaired an outdoor bid hose faucet. 11) he installed a sump pump in my crawlspace to deal with water problem. 12) He repaired carpet, cleaned carpet, and did a touch up job on the house to make it more appealing. 13) He pressure washed the exterior. Overall, Richard did a great job and will do about any job that you have. He is honest and never deceived or took anything from me and kept his word through the 4 weeks. When he could find a way to save me money, he did. What else is to be said.