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"Several months ago I hired this company to install storage racks in my garage. As part of the contract I purchased a ladder holder and a large hanging basket for" sports equipment. The contractor never delivered these items and has made promises to do so on two occasions, but has not delivered. I have left several messages and he does not respond. Once he did respond when I called from a new number, but he simply re-promised and did not deliver. Additionally, several of the screws have com undone and I have realized the job was done very quickly without attention to detail in some cases. Please be aware of this treatment if you seek to contract this company's services.


"I initially contacted about staining my art studio floor. The price was more than I anticipated for staining. I agreed instead to a metallic" epoxy coating, a fairly new technique which is actually more expensive, but unique and more complex. First round - not good. The color was supposed to be antique silver, but came out a purplish bronze. Additionally, chunks of debris came out from under my baseboards, leaving sharp blobs in the coating. I told I was not happy with it, and he agreed it did not turn out well due to no fault of his own. He contacted the product manufacturer, who agreed the product seemed defective and agreed to comp product for a do-over. For a minimal labor charge, returned and re-sanded the floor and applied the new coating, with spectacular results! This time I was not only pleased, but the beauty and quality of this floor exceeded my expectations. Congratulations and thanks to for being proactive and professional to ensure his customer was happy!

-Sandi G.

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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 agree with your choice - this is about the only product that can realistically, for a large room, be taken out and cleaned up after a flood and reused, thouhg carpet can be if you strip it into smaller pieces to carry wet, AND you have somewhere to wash and dry it - that is usually the problem. However, bear in mind it still has to be done within about 2 days or mildew/mold will grow on it, and may or may not be totally removeable. My personal preferences - mostly because their products are consistent, the joints stay snapped together, and they are not overly soft (a problem with cheap vinyls) are Pergo, Tarkett, Armstrong. Whatever you buy, be sure it can come back apart - some plank products are not made with a self-adhering contact glue in the joints that prevent you from taking it apart again, and some brands their snap design, while maybe better at preventing joint separation, cannot feasibly be unsnapped without tearing or breaking it off. Also, be sure whatever brandname and product line you choose it 100% vinyl (other than the urethane surface protective layer) - many vinyl floor products have paper or fiber cores or other water-absorbing components. Remember that, on concrete, since it wicks soil moisture through it, you till need a 6 mil vapor barrier under the flooring and positively sealed all around the edges to avoid the risk of mold growing on the underside of the vinyl.
Agreed.  If you have existing cracking in porcelain you need to know the cause first.  I don't know of any reputable contractor that would dare install tile over existing tile.  Also, any manufacturer warranties for defects would be null due to improper installation.  Did the contractor offer this solution or did you ask for it?  The mear fact that he is agreeing to or offering it tells me you need to leave this guy for someone who knows what they are talking about before he does only half the job which will have to be redone in the near future, costing you more in the long run.

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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The owner, , offered semi-transparent stain with pigment for $2,300 for the deck measuring 12 X 22 stating the bottom of the deck needed to also be stained. My deck is an above ground deck extending from the second story. I was taken aback by the price, and would have sought another estimate, however my preference was to keep ...More the natural look of the cedar. Which he quickly stated could be done for $1,300. He did not measure but the width of the deck so, I assumed I was getting a "deal" not the regular price of $2.50 a sq ft he had quoted. I agreed on a clear semi-transparent stain which he then stated the price was $1,000 less but still a semi-transparent. It was made known to me that choosing clear would result in a redo in 18 to 24 months instead of the 3 to 5 years that the stain with pigment would require. He also requested payment in CASH to be left outside and paid before the job was begun. I contacted him and declined the job as I would not be leaving money outside nor paying before the job. He then agreed to accept payment after the job stating he had already purchased the stain. He did also state during this call that he had confirmed with the owner of Paradise Decks that the bottom must be stained to honor my warranty. I later verified with the owner of Paradise Decks who stated he never spoke to nor stated this was necessary as it is not. I did pay for the service in cash. I stipulated that the work was not to begin until the weather cleared and the french doors that were laying on the deck were installed. There had been several days of rain before the Monday the job was completed. The door had not been installed and the night before it had rained so I was surprised to hear from the owner who contacted me at work and stated he had a crew at my residence to begin the job. I questioned the weather and the effect it would have on the job and concern for the door that had not yet been installed due to the weather. He became irritated and stated the deck was dry and the job would dry before nightfall as the sun was out. He stated that the door would be taken care of and would not be in the way and that he needed to keep his crew working. Against my better judgment I allowed him to proceed since he should know his business and the risks involved in staining in the conditions that day's weather presented. Later that evening, the deck was still wet but looked very attractive, viewing it through the window. The person who applied the stain was present and stated that the stain was a good quality - not a water and that his parent's deck had the clear stain. He also reiterated that the only difference was that I would have to restain quicker possibly in 18 to 24 months. I asked to be placed on a call back so that I could establish a schedule for on-going maintenance. He also told me what to look for as a sign of when to contact them. By May 8th I texted the owner sharing pictures of the deck already mildewing and graying. I asked for him to come assess the results. He responded that he would come look when there was better weather. I again texted him on June 26th and called him on the 27th after not getting a response. He stated he was out of town and would contact me to schedule an appointment upon his return. On 2nd I again followed up with the owner. An appointment was made for the 7th - he texted me shortly before our appointment time and stated he was out of town and that he hadn't forgotten about our appointment. So by this time, he knows my concern and has not once come to see the deck. When I pushed for a resolution, his response to my concern which I believe boils down to the poor business decision to complete the work during the weather we were experiencing, was that I had chosen an inferior stain that was just a water proofer and " we can't play God and predict the weather.....We will not, however, be completing any work for free." I am dumbfounded that with today's technology this professional could not access information about the weather to make decisions as to whether to complete a job or not AND he had stated that it would dry the day the job was completed. I am disappointed that he would not take responsibility and do the right thing and make good on the job without additional cost to this consumer. I have since called a reputable staining company who states the bottom of the deck is not to be stained, there are meters to check the moisture content in the wood - the cost would have been less than $780 for stain with pigment and that the clear stain would have to be maintained every 3 months and is not recommended for this area or the location of my deck. Needless to say, I am not doing going to pay additional funds to to correct the issue as he states he will redo if I pay for materials, supplies and a "nominal" fee. I have already paid once for this job and I should not have to pay for the poor business decision he made to proceed to stain under the weather conditions present at the time of the job.

- Rebecca F.

They were very responsive and meticulous. When painting the fences and staining the deck they made sure all other areas were covered and we received no overspray at all. Someone was at my house for two days straight over 8 hours a day and one day there were two gentleman there. I believe the gentleman's name who did the pressure washing and ...More staining of the deck was named and he was especially careful. He took the time to hand stain any parts that were close to the house or suspended up high in the roof supports. He taped off a lot of areas like fan controls and a weather station I had to insure they would not get stain on them. He also did an excellent job cleaning my driveway. Finally hand painted the fence that came up close to the house to insure no paint was put on the house itself.
I know lots of people will think 3500 is a lot of money for this kind of job, but the amount of labor involved is pretty incredible. They were on a very high extension ladder and even on my roof a few times to stain the upper parts of my deck cover. I have done this kind of work myself and have received quotes from other companies. For the time and effort and the amount of detail they put into the job, I feel my money was well spent.
They even pulled all of the heavy objects off the deck and made the effort to come back a couple of days later after the stain was dry to put them back.
- Lynn L.

I got a quote from the owner for resurfacing my back patio floor with epoxy. The patio is 29 feet by 10.5 feet. He started with a high quote but said that he could come down to 2K if I would have the work done in the next few days. He said that he was able to offer that price if I did it soon and because they had a 2 day opening that week; that they ...More are normally completely booked. The owner's worker, did all the work by himself and the owner said that he would finish in 1-2 days. He had just had brain surgery the week before but didn't mention it until the end of the job. As it turned out, the overall job looked good but upon closer inspection of the floor, the steps, and the premises, a number of mistakes were made. showed up on day 1 on time and the owner , reviewed what he was to accomplish and said he would deliver the materials to him later. Because it was a cash deal, the owner requested I pay him one half or $1000 cash, up front, which I did but didn't like too much. went to work scraping the raised spots and imperfections on the old floor. After awhile he plugged in his high powered blower. I checked on him a few times, but did not want to slow down his work. I started doing some chores indoors but looked out the windows periodically. I noticed that the blower that I had been hearing for at least an hour was turned on but simply sitting on the patio floor, plugged in and running. Previously, this had given me the impression that he was out there working. After awhile it was apparent that he was done with the floor and steps and I thought it must have been done correctly, especially since it had taken him several hours. The owner brought the floor materials, mixed them and went to work applying the coating. This is only done once and has to be pretty correct the first time as you cannot undo the coating once it is already on the surface. Nor can you walk in the finished area. From the door, it looked pretty good although it was wet. When he was finished he asked me to look at it from the backyard so I walked around to the back. He did have materials strewn about the yard but said he would clean everything up. He also promised to clean up the paint chips that were strewn all over the grass and walkway from the scraping he had done earlier. directed my attention to small chips and holes around the of the patio and had me point out all of the areas he missed, keeping me focused on that portion of the job. He touched them up. He said we could not walk on the patio for a few days; that it was done. Pat seemed to be extra nice the first day. showed up on day 2 on time and looked at the floor and walked on it in his socks. He invited me to go out as well. kept continually talking and raving about the floor and took some pictures of it because, he said, it looked so good. He was talking so much that I couldn't focus on the details of the floor, as he kept me engaged in the conversation. I agreed at the time, but hadn't had a to really inspect anything. showed up and attempted to hurriedly clean up some more until came back with the clear top coat material. He helped apply half of it and then knocked on the front door and came in and collected the rest of the cash money from me: $1K. was not as talkative or as nice on day 2. He said I should wait 2 days before I walked on it. said if there were no more questions he would clean up and leave. I actually went out back and helped him pick up some of the paint chips because he had not picked up most of them. I went in the house. Later that day, in the evening, I noticed burn spots on the back grass. There were about 8 of them, one the size of a basketball. did not say anything about them. I figured he dumped out some chemicals and had some drippings at the end and just left. I spent weeks watering and patching the spots trying to get rid of them. I still have a large spot where grass hasn't ever grown back. This is very disappointing as I had spent a lot of time and money grooming the new sod until it was lush and green. never did clean up the old paint chips as good as he said he would. I let him go at the time, because I knew he had done 90% of the job by himself and I hadn't seen the burn spots yet. A day or two later I noticed that Pat had a large amount of the paint chips under the bushes at the of the patio. There were hundreds of them. I had to clean them up myself. I noticed that my bushes looked different...not as full, not the long branches extending upwards. Pat had just broken them off and disposed of them in order to hide the damage. When we were able to walk onto the finished floor several day later, we noticed a baseball sized bubble in the middle of the floor. We had to put a hole in it to get it to go down. There were about 10 other smaller bubbles near each other, that popped on their own and left permanent craters in the floor. We noticed all of the mistakes(10-12) that could have been avoided with a little more attention to detail by . We found that he had rolled the epoxy over bugs, over debris, over loose paint chips, over loose flaps sticking up from the floor, etc. We live with looking at those mistakes every day. The owner had repeatedly said that there is no touch up or fixing spots because he would have to buy a whole new kit and that is at least $100. We think that he should repair them if he wants us satisfied with the work, etc.

- Cynthia P.

They showed up and power washed and stained in the same afternoon. We asked for a thick, shiny glaze under the patio's and a thinner version on the uncovered parts. It continued to look splotchy and not shiny like we asked for. In no way was it thick. I think the owners name is @ 210-426-2230. He sent the guy back ...More to apply another coat as the splotches did not disappear. It has been almost 7 mos. The splotches never went away and the shine is non existent. It looked better in it's dry, unfinished state. I am currently looking for new bids to do it correctly. I think they applied it onto my wet patio and that is the problem. The only explanation I have heard is that "sometimes it just looks like that". Really? I almost forgot….the worker poured the chemicals onto the roots of my new plants during his cleanup. The plants and grass nearby have had to be replaced twice because the chemicals killed the area. Overall AWFUL experience.
- Colleen D.

Process went very well. The owner, , showed up promptly at the time agreed along with his crew. All were polite, respectful, and it was clear they knew what they we doing. , although he had done so previously in our discussion about the job, once again explained the process, what was going to take place ...More over next few days and what expectations there were of me. I had previously emptied the garage and cleared all items off the floor. and his team acid washed, scrubbed and cleaned the existing garage floor concrete surface in preparation for day 2 patching, application of the epoxy base coat and full coverage application of the colored I had ordered with the job. Floor looked awesome at that point but I was reminded the job wasn't finished, to stay off the floor and let it set/cure overnight (24hrs). Day 3, and his assistant showed up on time to vacuum and sweep up the excess colored that did not stick/adhere to the epoxy basecoat. There seemed to be a lot of excess but it was also clear that when I stated I wanted 100% coverage, I received 100% coverage. The process was then completed with the application of a clear, epoxy polymer top coat that made the "new" garage floor "pop". We are very satisfied with the result, with many of our friends neighbors commenting on how great the floor looks, would most definitely recommend this company to others and considering other locations at are home where we can use their services. Appreciate the opportunity to provide comment.
- Tim C.

Fast response, fast estimate, fast turnaround. Showed up when they said they would and completed all promised work. Three day process. Did not cut any corners on quality, amount of , etc. It IS expensive, but far better than how builders typically coat garage floors and not a job I would want to do with a cheap Home Depot kit.
- Maureen H.

We called and made an appt. with Mr. to do an estimate. He arrived promptly at the agreed time. He was engaging, friendly, and very knowledgable about his work. He was the last of three estimates that we received, but his price was the best and he seemed to have a better process. Also, he said his crew would move and replace ...More and refrigerator and water filter tank to complete the work - with no additonal charge. (Others said they would work around it or we could have it moved and replaced at our expense). The date was scheduled and the two members of the crew arrived on time and began work immediately. They moved (and thoughtfully plugged in) the refrigerator to another outdoor outlet and removed and replaced the water filter tanks. They sanded the floor and then added primer, texture sna topcoat. It took most of the day. The crew was very friendly, engaging and explained their work. Truly a professional job that looks beautiful. If it holds up as expected it will be great addition to our home. I would highly recommend this company.
- Jay N.

From the beginning let me know that the staining the decks would not look uniform due to the patch work on the deck of different concrete. He was very upfront and with me. After he arrived I decided to get the front porch done also. was very professional and upfront with the ...More expectations of the concrete look. It was not quite what I expected but it was what he promised the concrete could look like. I thought that the price was a little high but assured me that the price is not above what other companies charge. went above and beyond to make sure my experience was a good one. I was not totally satified with the look at first but assured me that it would darken up and it has and the concrete looks good. The worker that had to come out used 2 gallons of stain on the concrete. He told me usually they only use less than a . He called me after completion to ensure that everything was to my satisfaction. Overall very professional and a stand up company...
- John O.

Epoxy Floor Contractors in San Antonio

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301 S Manton
San Antonio

A&A Remodeling

San Antonio

ACS Decorative Concrete & More, LLC

3702 I H 35 South #108
New Braunfels

ADA Solutions of Texas

102 Orion St

Advanced Painting Specialist

651 S Walnut Ave
New Braunfels

Advantage Southwest Garage Cabinets Inc

8050 Harrisburg Blvd

Allied Outdoor Solutions

1557 W Sam Houston Pkwy N

ARTEC Services Group LLC

1965 Post Rd
Canyon Lake

Artistic Concrete & Masonry

141 N Wagon Wheel Dr

Artistic Impressions Concrete Staining

2327 Gruene Lake Dr
New Braunfels

ASC Services

23222 Farm to Market Road 3009 Suite
San Antonio

Ashton Custom Homes, Inc.

318 E Nakoma Dr Suite W4
San Antonio

Avila Painting

7600 W Military Dr
San Antonio

AZTECA Designs,Inc

6852 Alamo Downs Parkway
San Antonio

B. A. Construction

San Antionio


San Antonio

Bexar C&R Construction

5039 Sierra Madre
San Antonio

Blackburn Flooring Alternatives

4222 Waikiki Dr
San Antonio

Blancas Painting

San Antonio

Boston Remodeling Company

5055 Von Scheele Drive # 912
San Antonio

Boston Remodeling Company

219 Eland Drive
San Antonio

BRC Remodeling Group

7515 Grissom
San Antonio


9950 Alexa Pl
San Antonio

Butler Commercial Services

460 Caney Creek Rd
New Braunfels

Cain's Decorative Concrete

210 Flagler Road

Capital City Maintenance & Waterproofing

401 East Applegate Dr

Carpet America

6043 Lonesome Pine St
San Antonio

CG Masonry

307 Pilgrim Dr
San Antonio

Concrete Stain Masters

13947 Mission Valley
San Antonio

Cruger Paint Co.

619 South Birdsong
San Antonio


7107 Spring Point
San Antonio


P O BOX 834
Spring Branch

D.L Painting & Remodeling

303 Blue Bonnet St
San Antonio

Darryl's Handyman Services

Bexar County
San Antonio

Doza Construction

9310 Broadway St Ste 203
San Antonio

Earth General Construction

5010 Lakebend East Dr
San Antonio

Easter Concrete

13250 Cepeda

Ecospectrum LLC

9502 Silver Crown
San Antonio


San Antonio

Elevate Construction Inc

1000 S Fairfield Drive

Epoxy & Urethane Coatings San Antonio TX

13947 Mission Valley
San Antonio

Epoxy & Urethane Coatings San Antonio TX

13947 Mission Valley
San Antonio

Epoxy Floors Texas

19018 Hamish Rd

Everlast Pro Painting

2619 Knights Walk
San Antonio

Extreme Painting and Drywall

817 W Cypress
San Antonio

GMB Group, Inc.

1162 E. Sonterra Blvd., Suite 130
San Antonio

GMD Construction

PO Box 762083
San Antonio

Goldenlook of San Antonio Inc

3940 Beckwood
San Antonio

GPS Services

4459 mystic sunrise
San Antonio

Handyman Plus

11103 San Pedro Suite 102
San Antonio

HBJ Construction & Handyman Services

7731 Clear Ridge DR.
San Antonio

High Caliber Home Repair

7723 Moonlit Ridge Drive
San Antonio

J-Rod Enterprises

608 E. Daniel

Jesse-James Contracting & Remodeling

3822 Deerfield Dr
San Antonio

Johnson Maintenance & Sanitizing

6933 Border Brook
San Antonio

JVJ Company

2611 Cloudy Mdw
San Antonio

Kelly Custom Homes

San Antonio

Kessler Painting Contracting

8402 Copper Bluff

Kincaid Homes

San Antonio

leon concrete stain

4934 dare ln
San Antonio

LNG Painting

749 Rivas st
San Antonio

M&N tile company

4450 southeast dr

Madrigal Construction

2915 Wacos Dr
San Antonio

Magic Construction

327 Mahota Dr.
San Antonio

Magnum Floors

13947 Mission Valley
San Antonio

Martinez Flooring

202 Danville Ave
San Antonio

Master Cleaning & Make Ready

16120 College Oak
San Antonio

Medina Paint & Design, LLC

5711 N Knoll
San Antonio

Michaud Building and Investments

231 Kreutzberg Rd

N Y Twin City INC

7506 Gramercy Crest
San Antonio

Nester Enterprises

7326 Reindeer Trl
San Antonio

Organized Home Innovations

9322 Blazing Star Trails
San Antonio

OverAll Contracting

7109 leslie road lot 157
San Antonio

Posh Interiors

110 west st.

Premier Epoxy

330 Spacious Sky
San Antonio

ProTect Painters of Northwest San Antonio

1141 N Loop 1604 E
San Antonio

Quatro Coatings & Construction

18519 paloma wood
San Antonio

Reeso Tiles Inc

1022 Vance Jackson
San Antonio

Restoration Painting Services

San Antonio

Rhino Design Build, LLC

3463 Magic Drive
San Antonio


15702 206th Ave SE

Scott Garage Concepts LLC

14439 NW Military HWY Ste108
San Antonio

SDM Concrete Coatings

14080 Nacogdoches #298
San Antonio

Sky King Painting

1543 Babcock Road
San Antonio

Smithco Honey Do's and Handyman

Live Oak Drive
Canyon Lake

Sparkle Wash of Two Rivers

2405 Lifehaus Industrial Dr
New Braunfels

Stain Concepts, LLC

15118 Circle Oak St.
San Antonio

Stain Tech LLC

8614 Braun Hill
San Antonio

Stanton Services

San Antonio

Stone Oak Handman Service

16845 Blanco Rd Suite 110C
San Antonio


18847 Redland Rd Ste 206
San Antonio

Surface Solutions of Texas

980 Mary Preiss Dr.
New Braunfels

Tactical Remodeling

po box 762256
San Antonio

Tafolla Home Improvement

4801 Broadway
San Antonio

Texas Stain LLC

13815 Deer Ranch
San Antonio

Texas Tile and Stone Care

1390 Cross St.
New Braunfels

Texas Yard Monsters

7831 Mainland Woods
San Antonio


5123 N TX-1604-LOOP W
San Antonio

The Garage King

12900 Trails End Rd

Torres Painting & Construction LLC

23027 Skila DR

Unger Construction Services Inc.

2688 Hunt St.
New Braunfels

Unified Painting

4951 Woodstone Dr
San Antonio

Valdivia Texture & Painting

435 Lovera Blvd
San Antonio

Wayne Schmidt Services LLC

300 Comanche path

Xtreme Pressure Clean

9330 Sandpiper Tree

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