Rod's Home Maintenance and Repair
Carpentry, electrical, plumbing, drywall repair, door installation, window installation, window repair, concrete repair, painting, flooring, tile work, tile repair, remodeling, ceiling fan installation, senior safety, trash removal, appliance installation, trim carpentry, gutter cleaning
I've had Rod's Home Maintenance & Repair do several jobs at my home. He built a small outdoor shed a number of years ago and it still looks great. He has installed several ceiling fans, worked on my bathroom, and most recently installed a great closet organizer. He's courteous, honest, and neat in his work. I'm sure he'll be back to do more home improvement projects at my home.
Oak Grove, Mo.
My wife and I were very happy with the prompt service and excellent remedy to our whirlpool tub leak. Rod was able to diagnose the problem and have it repaired in very short order. Our bathroom was put back in order less one leaky valve. We are happy to recommend Rod to anyone that wants a quality job at a reasonable price with the kind of service you just don't see anymore.
Blue Springs, Mo.
A portion of the concrete steps on the front of my home had begun to crumble and deteriorate. Rod removed the damaged steps and formed new reinforced steps that seamlessly transitioned with the existing steps.
He also repaired and treated a large deck for me making sure that the deck was properly prepared and that all area was covered properly with sealer.
Rod's prices were extremely reasonable and the work was quality. Just as importantly, he completed both jobs in a timely manner and did a thorough clean up afterwards. I highly recommend Rod for your projects.
Oak Grove, Mo.
To check your windows and doors for proper sealing, try this on a windy day: move a piece of tissue paper along the edges. Any leaks will be quickly spotted.
Have new seals or caulk applied and it will save you $$ all year long.
Smelly Garbage Disposal
If your disposal is starting to smell try this:
Fill sink with approximately 2 gallons of cold soapy water (heavy on the soap) and add 4 or 5 scoops of ice cubes.
Pull drain plug out and turn on the disposal. It will be noisy but will not harm the disposal. The ice & soap will act like a million tiny scrapers taking off the scum in the before unreachable areas of the disposal. Follow with 30 seconds of hot water.