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I am quite sure that his company does great work and will absolutely consider him for any future jobs I might have. In this particular case, the estimate was much higher than I had anticipated, and not really doable for me.
The crew did a great job! All the employees that I dealt with were top notch. They were professional, courteous, on-time, cleaned up completely when they were done, and were all-around nice people.
The window is high quality and looks great! The stucco work was just a small patch, but they did an excellent job of that too!
I would most definitely use
I suspected that once
He wrote out an estimate of the additional work and we asked them to add the repair of the dry rot with the patio door.
I could not be more happy with
As my husband and I save up to do additional work, we know that we want
I highly recommend Home Pro to anyone looking for someone to help them with contract work around their home.
*Other issues were related to items which were not included in the contract. And for that I’m the only one to blame because I assumed certain things would be done, instead of making sure they were included in the contract. I thought that because I was dealing with “professionals” they would always take care of the details necessary to do a quality job. I discovered that such professionals won’t use an extra nail if it’s not in the contract. When I asked the stucco crew members if the front columns on both sides of the garage door would have a broader base, they asked, “Is it in the contract?” I ended up building the wire bases myself so they would have something for the stucco to grab. When I removed the front wood siding, two windows had to be taken off and reinstalled to adjust to the new wall thickness, and when I asked the stucco people if they were going to do it, they asked, “Is it in the contract?.” So I had to do it myself (with the help of my handyman helper). When I discovered that the insulation dams around the attic access opening and around the whole house fan were going to be built out of insulation material, I took the matter on my own hands and built them out of wood.
My advice for anyone dealing with this company, or for that matter with any other remodeling company, is to look carefully to the contract BEFORE signing. Make a list of all the things you expect the company do for you and discuss prices and whether you as the customer is willing to do any part of the project to bring costs down; but make sure every detail is spelled out in the contract, and the contract is written in legible type so there are no misunderstandings.
When all the projects were finished and I had paid all the charges, I invited "
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