A Little Bit About Us
When it comes to your home improvement projects our craftsmen have the expertise to get the job done and done right. Each one of our craftsmen has years of experience and have all gone through a thorough background check. Handyman Connection of Mountain View's team of professionals is passionate about taking your home improvement dreams and making them a reality.
Alisha Fussell lived in San Jose area her whole life. She attended Oak Grove High School and DeAnza College. Her parents live in the area as well. Alisha likes living in the city but being a short drive away from the country, mountains, and the beach.
Alisha got into trades by doing a lot of DIY projects and made it her career when she started working for a handyman company run by her friend. She started working on flooring and painting projects and diversified into other trades.
The most Alisha likes about her work is the finished product and the look on the customers face when they love it. In her work, Alisha is proud how well she can install flooring and make hard cuts underneath door jambs and quickly cutting a perfect line for paining in pretty much any texture.
Outside work, Alisha likes motorcycle riding, dancing, water sports, and playing with her three kitties. Also Alisha enjoys a wide variety of music and used to give piano lessons.
Daniel Biondi grew up in Sunnyvale, CA. His immediate family still lives in the area. Daniel attended school and made his own family here. He is a true South Bay Area citizen.
Daniel has always been good at fixing things which led him to becoming a handyman. He likes helping people and solving problems. He has done bathroom remodels, furniture building, light plumbing and electrical jobs, painting, and many other jobs. Also Daniel is excellent at automotive repair and, in general, mechanically inclined.
Daniel wants people to know that he is always there to help.
Daniel is most proud of the furniture he made which brings joy to his family.
In his free time, Daniel keep busy with golfing, wood working, and building model planes and trains.
David Martin grew up in San Francisco Bay Area. He graduated from Lynbrook High School before venturing to UC Santa Barbara where he earned the BA degree in Business Economics.
David started in the trades early, encouraged by his father who noticed his enjoyment in fixing things. While in high school, university, and working; David continued practicing his trades craftsmanship, remodeling and fixing houses and rental properties. He is most proud of doing it right every time or not taking on the project at all.
David has joined Handyman Connection of Mountain View when he decided to go into trades as his primary occupation.
When not working, David likes spending time with his two great boys and going hunting and fishing.
Patrick Riesch is a native Californian who lived all over the state from Anaheim to Palo Alto. He spent a few years in Kentucky and Oregon but has come back to the area.
Patrick got into the trades in 1976, right out of high school. He received his California General Building Contractor license in 1987 and run a successful construction company before moving out of state where he continued with the trades. Patrick has done everything from foundation to finish in both residential and commercial buildings.
Patrick is very proud of doing his jobs with utmost honesty and quality. He always looks forward to making his customers happy and making a house into a home.
Outside work, Patrick enjoys spending time with his large family. He has 7 children, 4 boys and 3 girls. He likes outdoors activities like hiking and camping.
James Troy Wilson, a.k.a. Troy, is a native Californian, born and raised in Sacramento. He moved to the Bay Area in 1981. He likes the Bay Area, hills, flowers in the Spring time, proximity to the beach, weather, and the mix of different cultures and ethnicity.
Troy served in the Navy where he studied advanced electronics and electrical. After honorable discharge, Troy got his start in the trades when his friend asked him to assemble office furniture. He moved on to other tasks and learned almost everything in construction trade.
Troy is proud of being thorough in his work and treats each job as if working on his own property. He makes sure that whatever he does lasts and functions for a long time.
Troy also prides his integrity, honesty, customer-orientation, and two children.
When not working in the construction trades, Troy hones his artistic trades playing with a recording and performing band.
Oston Osotonu started helping his dad on carpentry jobs and remodeling homes when he was 15 years old and still helps his dad to this day.
Oston grew up as an army brat following his family. After his dad retired from the US Army, Oston moved to California in 1975 and made his home in Palo Alto since 2016. He has 2 grandchildren who live with him.
Oston worked in many construction fields. We was an environmentalist for 6 years decontaminating sites, including Moffett Field. Oston has also worked for CalTrain maintaining railroad tracks. His last job before joining Handyman Connection of Mountain View was building a new subway station under Union Square in San Francisco.
As much as possible, Oston schedules his time to allow him to take his 9-year-old son to baseball practice and coaches his baseball team.
Edgardo, a.k.a. Eddie, Baron moved to the Bay Area from Southern California in 2016. He lives here with his wife and 2 of his 6 children.
Eddie started in the trades at the age 16 helping his father to build the 9-bedroom family house. He got exposure to all trades from foundation to concrete to carpentry to plumbing and electrical to finishing. He loved helping creating a house and continued with the trades. Eddie is proud of his craftsmanship and ability to understand what customers like and want.
Eddie is humble, quick learner, and follows the lessons of life taught by his father.
For relaxation, Eddie enjoys playing musical instruments, singing, and engaging in athletics.
Aaron Benjamin Valle grew up learning about remodeling from his father and grandfather, helping them in the family business. Carpenter by trade and remodeler by calling, Aaron learned all trades needed to make a house a home. He gets particular joy seeing a customer delighted with the completed project.
To improve his knowledge of construction trades, Aaron received his Associate degree in Engineering Architecture.
In his personal life, Aaron is married with 5 children, active member of his church, and enjoys music.
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