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Hired Ms. estimate was $5476, yet I have cancelled checks for $6899.25. I asked if she was insured, and licensed, and if we need to pull permits. She lied about all three questions. After all the problems of her workmanship and the cost of fixing her mess from 4-7K from licensed contractors would be the cost. She owns a flooring company and NC law requires a flooring license also which she does not have, and as per Bulletin 1997
V28-2 you must pull a permit especially if decks are load bearing structures, and decks have their own permits that are needed.
She has no licenses. She said she worked with composite prior, but how wrong that was, as she lied again. Lowes and Home depot have video that shows special composite screws. She put nails in mine then tried to remove and put putty caulking in the holes, which has ruined the composite I bought. All her workmanship is problematic. The composite was done incorrectly, and boards are popping up all over, the caulking she put in are like spots on the composite, and then she put clear caulking to try and hold boards done, but glue is not clear and all over. I have many pictures verifying this, A consultant attorney said I can file small claims, and a criminal theft complaint with the police as since there are no licensees. Ms.
Installers arrived on time and promptly began work; however, only 3 installers were sent from
(***In short: Installation was shoddy. Note that this carpet is patterned and required more expertise to match pieces and
One month later, I called complaining about seams and other issues. The
Recently I had to call
***Summary: Apparent good quality carpet at a reasonable price, but be wary of installation provided by
The women who work at the office helped schedule the job in a very short time frame since they knew I wanted to have it completed prior to Christmas, and they got it done.
They did a great job! I'm VERY picky about lines and small finishing details, and they did a great job. They came one afternoon about 2pm and got 9/10ths of the job done that day. There were 3 guys who each had a separate and distinct job/task. They worked together well, and worked efficiently. They came back the next morning for a few hours to finish the small details around the edges since my walls were not square. They had to trim slivers of hardwood to account for the walls not being square and you can't even tell. Even when you look really closely, they created these slivers of hardwood that were like really long triangles that fit the gaps.
I have 2 other rooms that need the carpet ripped up and flooring put down and I will certainly call them when I have the funds to do those jobs.
Back in had a dishwasher leak while on vacation. Ruined very expensive exotic wood flooring (Merbau) that ran wall to wall in the entire first floor. All the wood flooring in three rooms (kitchen, bathroom and office) was cupped and ruined. In addition, all the cabinets had to go. Since Merbau is now banned by the EPA in the US (thanks Obama), we knew we were not going to be able to match the existing flooring. So we made the tough decision to make the switch to Travertine in the kitchen and bath and we had the office flooring repaired with the dry boards we salvaged from the kitchen.
Of the 4 natural stone flooring guys we interviewed (all the top rated ones on the List)
Get this...after the floor was installed but BEFORE the grout even went in, I went to one side of the 23 ft long kitchen and slid a quarter across the floor to see if there was any lippage (I learned this was tile guy speak for uneven tiles). None. NO matter how many times or which direction I slid the quarter...it just slid across without skipping. The other installers I interviewed all said that there may be lippage with their install but the 1/8 grout lines they proposed would allow that to not be an issue. Anyway, after the floor was 100% done and grouted the quarter test worked just the same. Unbelievable job.
The crew was top notch. There were plenty of days we just left the crew here and were gone. During the backsplash install, we were not going to be there...and we were 100% comfortable with having a neighbor meet them and let them in the house to do their thing. The backsplash is BEAutiful. These are SKILLED craftsman who have done this for 10-20 years as a trade, not some guy who who a tile install class and hung out a shingle.
One of the most important things to research when deciding on an installer is how they prep the sub-floor.
I would not hesitate to refer
I think the price was more than fair for the quality of the materials, workmanship and professionalism.
I will post some pictures soon."
He provides good solutions to problems, and looks for money-saving ways to implement them.
I would definitely recommend him to anyone, and I did use him a second time to satisfy my house sales inspection punch list.
And I am hiring him again to make some repairs at my daughter's house.
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