On The Rock goes to uncommon lengths to please every customer. I strive to deliver the kind of service reminiscent of decades gone by, when respect and consideration were just as much a part of the workday as any technical skill, the range of which for me includes, but is not limited to, installing, replacing, moving, adjusting:

  • Switches
  • GFCIs
  • Ceiling fans
  • Fan-rated boxes in ceilings where there weren't any before
  • Exhaust/bath fans, including ducting through the roof
  • Dryer vent, including cleaning and ducting through the wall/roof
  • Attic fans
  • Light fixtures
  • Doorbells
  • Food waste disposers (“garbage disposals”)
  • Kitchen exhaust hoods, including ducting through the wall/roof
  • Toilets/wax rings
  • Vanities
  • Sinks
  • Faucets
  • Sillcocks (outside wall-mounted faucets)
  • Wall hangings (pictures, shelves, some cabinets, bath accessories, some window treatments)
  • Grab bars
  • Trim (base, base shoe, casing, crown, chair rail)
  • Wood furniture repairs
  • Handrail/balustrade repairs
  • Gas pipe and shutoff valves
  • End run ductwork and sometimes stacks (but not new trunk or plenum work)
  • Doors (interior, exterior, and storm)
  • Knobs and locksets
  • Drywall patches and painting touch-ups
  • Tile repairs
  • Caulk

Again, this is not an exhaustive list. Full scale remodeling is something I no longer do for customers, as well as all but the smallest drywall, painting, tile, countertop or siding jobs. Although I do exterior work, the bulk of my work is interior.

I try to give the customer as much value as I can, which includes instructing the homeowner on how to do tasks themselves if they are so inclined. If the customer is interested in saving money that way, I am all for it.

If you have a task or project in mind that wasn’t specifically mentioned in the list, the likelihood is that I can do it, so go to the Contact Me page to ask if I can help you.