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We spoke in March 2013 regarding painting in June after a tenant moved
out. Unfortunately the move out was prolonged. I had spoken with
them informed and they were sympathetic.We finally had an
agreement for a move out 11/4/13 and they said fine they could start by mid November. They
were going to look over our contract and get back to me. When I hadn't
heard after several days I called again
First i was told the cost would be more since our contract was almost a
year old. I understood that and agreed. I was then told they could fit
us in for late January or Frebuary. I was shocked. We had talked about
how bad this delay had been for us financially. I was offered the name of a friend
of the company who might be able to do the work.
Anytime after we began to have trouble getting our tenant out I would
have understood if
every impression they were on the same page and then to let me down was
hard to take.
of the units and what we wanted done. I was very pleased with the estimate. Unfortunately one renter became very difficult
about moving out in June as was originally planned. I kept the company informed. In June I let them know we might not be able
to go ahead. They said to call them back if things changed. Things did change. In September we were informed the renter would move out before 2014. At that time the company said they would be able to do the job. and to call them with a date of the move out.
I called them in October and said the move out was set for 11/5/2013 but since we had problems with this renter I wanted to wait
to start when I was sure. I called 11/4/2013 and said we were on. He said they could do the job before Thanksgiving,but the company would have to find the original estimate and would call me back. I missed one call from him and he missed one call from me. I called again on 11/7/2013 and at that time he said the estimate would be higher than it had been in March. I felt that was fair because it was almost a year since it was done. He also informed me that they would not be able to start painting until January or Febuary. I reminded him that he had said before Thanksgiving on the 4th. when we talked. He said I must have misunderstood.
I could not wait that long so we did not sign a contract.
I think it was unreasonable of me to expect they would honor our initial plan. I think it was a mistake on their part to continue
to talk as if our contract was still valid. I think had they said, when June fell through, that they hoped I would call them again
if indeed we did get to a point where the units were vacant but at that time they would have to do another estimate. I also think
They should have checked with me before they accepted another job in November.
I am writing all this to suggest to anyone planning to hire this company that they exchange e-mails as to what each party understand so they have it in writing
When it was finally done they got in, got the job done and got out. Everyone was happy.
Promptness and trust are extremely important to us.
I should add that we requested not only smooth plaster (much more difficult than skim-coating) but brushed paint rather than roller-applied. He did a beautiful job. The room is fit for royalty.
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