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12/01/2013
By: neiljames
Handyman 4 Hire
The garage walls painted, my garage concrete floor done, shelves put up more lighting, more outlets put in and I had very nice molding put around my fire place and about 3 weeks he will replace the material on my shed and paint it.Neil is truly a very good handyman his work is very good. He is very neat and he cleans after he finish any job big or small, my garage looks so good it should be in a Better Home & Garden customized garage page. I just can't stop looking at it. He's been doing work for me almost two years and there is nothing he can't do. I know that because I think of things I want done to my home and he has done it all. I always like my home to look nice, so my next project is to reface my shed. THANKS AGAIN NEIL FOR SUCH A GREAT JOB.
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12/28/2015
By: Ryan R.
Pro Restoration
i would recommend this business it takes awhile but they do good work n there pleasant . they come to you anytime of the nite n day n they give u estimates an let u call then back uf u want them to do it or not .
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