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"Etiquette and tipping experts agree that tipping a contractor and his employees isn't expected because contractors offer to do a job for you at a specific price. Any extra money they would want would be built into their bid. Also, it's a business relationship rather than one where they are performing a personal service for you like a waiter or a maid. But if the employees do extra jobs around the house, then experts say it is appropriate to tip a cash amount equivalent to the task; "tip gifts" such as cookies and drinks can count. "The key to tipping is whether or not it was outside the scope of what was normally expected," says Mark Brenner, author of "Tipping for Success!"
My opinion is that a little bit of courtesy (snacks, drinks, expression of appreciation etc.) goes a long way and upon completion of their work you feel compelled by a job well done to offer a little extra in the form of a tip - go for it, but do not feel obligated.
I get so many calls from customers that were talked into a "cheaper" way to do something only to find the work very sub-par. The sad part is they are out the money they spent in the first place along with the additional amount I have to charge just to undo what the first contractor did before I can do it right. This floor could end up costing you double what it should if it's not done right.
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He supplied the estimate in a few hours, and also their findings on installation. It turned out glue and stapling was our best method.
They came promptly on the morning of the date we agreed on. They came with a crew of workers including who spent whatever time he needed to set the lines up perfectly. He took his time to be perfect. He built a unit from a number of pieces glued together as a form to help in alignment. The setting up of the lines is the most important part of a herringbone hardwood installation.
Once done they were non stop for the entire time and all business. Each worker was as good as the next in cutting, fitting and all aspects. They used their equipment to plane areas where the plywood joined, to make sure the flooring would flat. They were cheerful and enjoyed their work. fabricated sections and came up with ideas to solve some of our difficult transitions. These were raised areas like steps caused by our raising the floor several inches, due to the sinking of our 80 year old home. It didn't phase him and we were amazed at what an artist he was.
Once they were done, next came and his finishing crew to sand, and put several coats of refinish on the floor. actually came while the installation crew was still working to meet us, and look over what had to be done. He explained in detail to us what would happen.
They came promptly on the day we agreed on and this crew also set to work immediately and continued until they were done. The used sanding machines and and work masks. They protected our house at our request, but while we were concerned for the dust...There was none! finished and I think he enjoyed the new floor as much as we did. They moved the furniture, refrigerator and back in place the next day. They explained how to care for it and many details we never thought of. I cannot say enough for this delightful experience and to say they were good would be an understatement. Use them.
Both men argued with me the crown molding was finished even though there was an obvious gap in a join. It was finally repaired when I refused to give them a check for the work, and the crown molding ended up being a good job.
Tub failed first inspection because it lacked any support. (it was installed with a partner present). Extremely poor job of bathroom double door installation & required a total reinstall, including new hardware, after they left. Most painting very sloppy with paint in some seams of new wood floor, and drips all over. Painting in living room, done by a sub contractor was much better. As requested, I purchased 5 gallons of paint and 5 gallons of tinted primer and only used about 1/4 of the tinted primer, which could not be returned. Bathroom ceiling and one wall in bathroom blistered. Some flooring planks are not totally flush as they should be and one plank near doorway is depressed. Kitchen and bathroom tile needs to be re-grouted. Damage to walls, kitchen cabinets, range, etc., etc... Some were corrected, others not. There were so many problems, I could write a book.
What we chose for our ...MoreRead more of this review new flooring turned out to be back ordered until initially December, then January, then early February. This was nobody's fault except the distributor (and a lack of action by the store). We were informed of the delivery date one week before delivery, and was able to fit our installation into his schedule with the short notice. Wood flooring has to acclimate to the house for 1-2 days before installation. The material was picked up the day it was delivered at the warehouse and brought to my house where it rested for 2 full days before installation.
He initially quoted 3-4 days to complete the job and finished in just under three full days. The old hardwood was glued to the concrete subfloor 'very' well and had to be chiseled out in small pieces. This was unexpected and added to the job timeline. As a side note, this is a very loud process, so if you live in a condo with neighbors, be considerate and give them a heads-up... Previously I lived in places where this level of noise would not be tolerated, so double check on this before going too far into the process. That said, and his guys tried to finish this part of the job as fast as possible - probably for their sake just as much as my neighbor's...
They moved the refrigerator and to install wood fully underneath - something the old floor wasn't. They were also able to install the new flooring under the air handlers, even with the base resting directly on the concrete subfloor. Pay attention to this as many people will not install the new material under appliances.
was here every day working alongside his crew (3-4 other guys) from 9-5. He and his crew stopped working on the job only for a short lunch and to show me any problems or to ask a question. There was no break in service from job start to job completion. After each work day they cleaned up, hauled away the old materials (inside the house and from the front yard), and left our house as livable as could be during their work. We decided to stay in the house each night during their work, though getting a hotel or staying with friends would probably be a better option. It would save them time from having to move furniture back each day and would be less stress on the homeowner as well.
Our concrete subfloor was not true and level in spots, which necessitated use of a special glue. This was an extra charge from the initial quote (about $1200 extra...) That was the only surprise of the job.
The type of wood flooring installed has an oil-wax coating applied after the whole floor is installed. Unknown to everyone, one coat was not sufficient, but volunteered to return and apply the second coat for no additional charge.
Overall I would not hesitate to recommend them. His quote was not the lowest, but certainly not the highest. I firmly believe you pay for what you get, and his results were worth every penny. Just finding a contractor that shows up on time, everyday, in South Florida is hard enough, and to get quality results is even harder to find.”
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