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And how many companies will come out at night in the dark, in a rain storm and climb up on a steep pitched roof of a second story building with a 150 tall tree resting in the middle of the building with the whole roof torn open. No one knew for sure the tree with its massive weight would not fall further down in to the building but they worked diligently through the night to put three
They are great to work with and very professional--and reasonable in price. You get what you pay for is the truth-- I can attest to. Very high level of service and they follow up with you after they leave to make sure you are satisfied.
We also discovered that the dehumidifier settings were incorrect for the first two days of drying, necessitating an extra two days of droning noise after they were replaced and set properly.
After demolition on the bathroom floor, they returned to fully dry out the subfloor. This went fine.
Overall, I was marginally pleased with their performance. There are probably better choices available. I decided not to use them for the rebuilding part of the project because I did not feel like I would receive the necessary care of my home.
notified by our real estate agent that the roof sprung a leak, but the owners
had it repaired and would have the supporting documentation at the closing.
As our attorney went through the closing papers, he gave us a receipt from the roofing contractor
and a paint contractor who was hired to correct the bathroom ceiling stains
resulting from the leak. The attorney stated that the painting had not been done
due to the schedule conflict of the contractor, but it was prepaid and all we
needed to do was call the painter when we were ready to have the job completed.
The contract verified the claim. We called the roofing contractor, from the
closing office and verified that indeed the problem was minor and had been
repaired, and the roof was in great condition overall. In fact, we had been
given a prepaid, one year maintenance agreement with the repair. We closed on
the house with confidence that the former owners had taken the steps to resolve
an unfortunate situation.
When we moved in, we had work done to bring the house up to our needs and unfortunately the master bath took four months to accomplish. Obviously we didn’t want the ceiling painted until the work was completed due to debris
and possible new damage.
I called Mr.
complete the contract. He said he didn’t think that he had been paid and that
the invoice I referred to was only an estimate. I replied that I understood
that the time elapsed and normal business function could put a strain on the
memory, but I read him the notes on the contract and agreed to the fact that he
needed to check his files for his copy of the agreement. Mr.
to call me back when he reviewed his paperwork. A week later, still no contact,
so I phoned Mr.
already did the job and I may be calling to have a new issue corrected since so
much time has elapsed. He asked me to get in touch with the former owner and
have him call Mr.
understand, but I said I knew of a neighbor who was close to the former owner
and may be able to contact him even though they moved to another area in the
state. After discussing the phone call with my wife, she asked why we would
want a hostile supplier in our house to do any work. I had to agree. I called
since he didn’t trust his own contract or us, he could consider the money paid
to him a gift. We would have someone else do the job and pay again. If a
supplier’s word is no good, his services are probably not any better.
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