dondon, that's enough now...
Anyway, a proper answer to the OP.
Yes, I have email, no I don't advertise it openly because, believe it or not, the world is full of timewasters that would happily bleed you of information only to then turn it over to their jack-of-all-trades builder/handyman/whatever. I have no doubt you're not one of these - I get calls, I make a judgement over the phone whether it's worth going to look at, I go, I measure up, I (mostly, sometimes I'm a bit crap/unenthusiastic) get a timely estimate out (as a pdf by email). Before I leave the client's house, I leave them my email address in case there are any questions they have that they forgot to ask while I was there.
I've had my time wasted by people who got my email from this forum. One is a regular poster who arranged with me to fit his floor, then pissed off for a weekend, not bothering to tell me he was getting his builder to fit it, claiming that he had no phone signal over the weekend at the mountain bike race he'd gone to. I had to (at the last minute) cancel travel plans and accommodation I'd arranged with friends. One person got my email after googling and a wood-flooring thread appearing on the search. He got me to come round, give him a full run-down of the work to be done, agreed a price there and then and a start date (a few weeks down the line, subsequent to phone confirmation, but I was led to believe it was a done deal). Then, phone calls, emails, more phone calls, more emails...nada. He just disappeared. So, you can see why sometimes, we don't want to bandy email addresses around.
If I was you, I'd just ring people. Leave a voicemail if they don't answer. If they can't be bothered getting back to you, then **** 'em. They're obviously busy enough. Email should come after the initial communication.