Jobs completed by The Carpenter's Hammer (9)
Jobs completed (9)
Shane hired The Carpenter's HammerVerifiedDec 7, 2019Job Type: HandymanLocation: Twin Waters, QLDHandyman services needed: Other (Please specify), Timber inlay in driveway, Type of handyman work to be done: Other (Please specify), Remove existing and replace, Type of property: House, Time service is needed: I'm not sure, When: Any time that worksShane's review
Kris is excellent, cares about the workmanship and is flexible to meet your requirements. Would certainly use him again.Last edited Mar 6, 2020
David hired The Carpenter's HammerVerifiedNov 24, 2019Job Type: CarpenterLocation: Noosaville, QLDJob Description: Need pantry door hung in kitchen. Have new door, plus 4 inset hinges - door must have hinge holes drilled (we have drill head for this)David's review
Kris is efficient, knowledgeable, and gets the job done right. We will be requesting his services again when need arises without a doubt.Nov 28, 2019
Brock hired The Carpenter's HammerVerifiedJul 21, 2015Job Type: HandymanLocation: Wurtulla, QLDJob Description: 1. Lay laminate flooring in 3 bed rooms, flooring and underlay will be suppied. 2. remove a window and replace with doors, all materal will be supplied.Brock's review
Kris job ethics is outstanding, he was on time and his attention to detail was outstanding. Every job was finished to the highest degree, his experience and knowledge really showed by the final results His knowledge and experience also saved us money. I would highly recommended kris to anyoneLast edited Sep 14, 2015
Mark hired The Carpenter's HammerVerifiedDec 13, 2019Job Type: HandymanLocation: Buderim, QLDHandyman services needed: Other (Please specify), Install shade cloth to pergola , Type of handyman work to be done: Other (Please specify), Install shade cloth to pergola , Type of property: House, Time service is needed: I'm not sure, When: As soon as possible
Jan hired The Carpenter's HammerVerifiedDec 8, 2019Job Type: CarpenterLocation: Pacific Paradise, QLDJob Description: The job is to put in a side gate
More reviews (1)
VerifiedLast edited Feb 8, 2016
The job went very well, Kris turned up on time and was friendly and efficient and did a 100% job I was very satisfied with the quote and work and wouldn’t hesitate to recommend him to others as well as using him again.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do you normally charge for your service?
I prefer to work on a fixed price basis but occasionally an hourly rate is more appropriate. If this is the case I can still give a reasonably good estimate and explain most of the scenarios which we may come up and costs involved during the course of the project.
What makes your pricing competitive?
At the end of the day all my customers are happy. I have had a lot of practice quoting on jobs and always perform my work to the best of my ability. I will not substitute poor quality or inappropriate materials for the job at hand just to save a dollar. Please remember...You get what you pay for.
How can a customer save money before you start the work? Please give 3 tips
1. If you require maintenance work done please have a list written out before I arrive.
2. Have the job area clear for work to commence and if dusty work is to be carried out is inside have drop sheets around to minimize clean up.
3. Please make me a cup of coffee when I arrive to quote your project
Are you an insured business and do you guarantee your work?
I have public liability insurance and as a qualified and licenced contractor all my work is guaranteed as per the QBCC rulings.
What questions do customers commonly ask and how would you answer them?
Q. Can you do this as a cashie.
A. Don't ask.
Q. Would you like a coffee
A. YES PLEASE.
What questions should a customer ask to hire the right service professional?
Are you licenced?
Do you have public liability in case you break my T.V. or my family is injured?
Do you love your job?
How much work have you got lined up?
What do you like most about your job?
I get real satisfaction from making things with my hands. There is beauty in even the most plain things like when a freshly cut and chiselled architrave or floor board fits perfectly around a myriad of obstacles.
How did you decide to get into your line of work?
Since I was four years old I told my mum I was going to build her a house. As I reached the end of high school I was enjoying physical activity and making things with my hands. Three weeks out of high school I started my carpentry apprenticeship. Mum is still waiting for her house. (Sorry Mum).