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"Great cleaning, non-toxic cleaners used (although the odor made us turn off the heat and open the windows anyway!), very neat, took care not to hurt other things around the areas to be cleaned. Worked hard. Pleasant man and honest. Very helpful to me in particular - when I called him to set the appointment, I asked him if he worked with tile to repair, set loose ones, etc and he said that he did. I told him that I was planning to put on a kitchen tile backsplash and I had never done that before. If I was ready to do the project when he came, could I ask him for advice? - and he was REALLY helpful. Gave me lots of tips, helped choose the right tools from those we had already, what my thinset should look like and how it worked best. Great guy...I'd hire him back in a minute."
"They were on time, professional, pleasant to deal with and great to work with! I plan on using them again, and recommend them highly!"
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"I called their office to request an estimate for a tiling project. Although it was the middle of the morning, no one was available to answer the phone. I left a message, which they did not return. More than a week later, I called the same number again - and got the owner's cell phone. He was in the doctor's office, and offered to call me back. Days later, he called, but wasn't sure if he had already spoken with me. He called two more times over a period of more than a week, asking if I had contacted him. Neeless to say, I used another contractor."
"His design, attention to detail and workmanship are amazing. He is a really nice guy and I would use his services again in the future."
"It went fantastic! We bonded with gave us the bid for labor only and gave us an estimate on material costs. We worked it out to be exactly to our budget. We liked paying for materials separately because it allowed us to control costs and not pay any "
"A representative came out, failed to introduce himself, and while looking at the main area of concern (a landing where the grout had come broken and come out from between tiles.) informed me that the reason for the grout breaking was that the tile wasn't secured and so was moving. As a result, refilling the grout line would simply produce the same results. So I asked "what do I need to do to fix the problem?" and the response was a lot of hemming and hawing with no clear answer and repeatedly telling me that the tile wasn't secured. Yeah, got that. I'm willing to pay to to fix it so let me know how to fix it, don't just keep telling me it's broken; I know that. It didn't go much better in the kitchen or bath. I was told that I should have used with a silicon grout five years ago when the tile went in. Okay, but I didn't so what can I do now? He wasn't concerned that there would be water damage but said I could have him grind out the grout along those edges and replace with a silicon-based grout or just go over it with clear caulking (as long as I don't mind that it will yellow a bit with age.) I received a bid for $125 to do the caulking in the kitchen. The whole time communication was really choppy and reluctant. I would ask questions and not really get answers or he would be slightly argumentative. I understand there were problems with how the grout had been done, I was looking for help in how to fix it. As "
" plan to use him again in our new house. For the actual work, first there was a day of demolition, ripping out the old cabinets, and lath and plaster walls and ceiling. Then "
"They redid a concrete step for me. They put new tile down in the front entrance porch. They re-glazed around a porch window. They also did caulking for a bathtub and sink. Around the front entrance door the bulked up the frame to seal out the gap. I would definitely have them come back because they are professional, on time and do a quality job. They are everything you are looking for in a contractor."
"This is the second job that some of the challenges that the complex space created. He was neat, polite, showed up when he said he would and even ahead of time I knew he would do a great job because I could tell that he takes great pride in his work. On the first job he did, his bid was not the lowest, but also not the highest. On the second job, he completely lived up to the standards he set on the first job. I gave him a key to my house, which is something I rarely do with contractors. I am extemely happy with the job he did and the way he did it. I am a bit of a perfectionist, and have found that some contractors deal with that poorly or are willing to correct minor "problems" or an otherwise good job, but with "
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3826 RUCKER AVE
19513 133rd AVE SE
21215 58ave w apt #1
Mountlake Terrace, wa
Mountlake Terrace, wa
16306 W Lake Goodwin Rd
Po Box 583
12 Albin Ave.
P O Box 30033
PO Box 3413
5957 4th Ave S
14838 Jake Dr SE
PO Box 2703
Oak Harbor, WA
Oak Harbor, WA
PO BOX 75191
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