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" is very customer service oriented. The crew arrived on time and ready to work. The application went as planned and as expected. The results are what we wanted.

-Jody T.

" I currently have a complaint filed with the Arizona Regisrar of Contractors. The Monroes have had about 6 weeks to make repairs for substandard" work as requested by an Investagator from the Registrar of Contractors. This includes both flooring and drywall work. At this time because the repairs have not been made, the complaints I filed are being sent to the ROC legal department in by the State of Arizona Registrar of Contractors Investigator. Please feel free to email me at b. @gmail and I can answer any questions you have personally. has been licensed since the end of 2012. , the son, is the holder of the contractors license. The class of the license holds limits the type and scope of remodeling work that can be performed by and Remodeling. I hired them to remove tile flooring, put down concrete overlay, and do some minor remodeling. They removed some built-in shelving and changed the opening on a linen closet. They also removed baseboards and installed new ones. The quality of the work was substandard. It was obvious that the employees are still in the learning phase. They literally could not comprehend that the lines on the floor that they made to the faux grout lines needed to be squared properly. It took 3 days of marking with chaulk lines and then redoing them because they couldn't do it properly. (see pics.) The texturing and straightness of the drywall work was so poorly done by the employees that even hired another contractor to make repairs to the sub-standard work done by his own employees. The texturing was better after the other contractor's workers finished, but the walls are still not straight. The flooring is alright but has several areas where the finish shows visible areas where it was not smoothed properly. Therfore it does not blend well with the surrounding floor. All of these areas are places that the inspector informed the Monroes that they need to fix. Working with the Monroes was a frustrating process. I tried a hands-off approach until I saw their inability to do quality work. When I started raising concerns about things I knew needed attention I was told by that I was being "particular". I guess having straight lines on the floor and having straight walls was being "particular" in 's eyes. I have always felt that quality work is in the attention to the details. Let me tell you, they pay no attention to detail. If the Monroes didn't think you would notice mistakes they made, they would make no attempt fix them. At one point even said that he painted part of my wall with the wrong shade of paint to see if I would notice. If not he said he was going to leave it. A reputable contractor would have just gotten the right color of paint and painted it properly without seeing if they could deceive the customer. Here are some quotes from when he was at my house trying to help get his workers to straight chalk lines on the floor and discussing concrete overlay. "Right now I am educating myself." That sure was not reassuring to hear. " It sounds like I don't know what I am talking about. The fact of the matter is I don't know what I am talking about." Great, so you are in charge but you don't know what it is your workers do or how they do it? Again, that was not very reasssuring. When doing drywall they failed to take any time to remove fixtures of even a window covering. At the very least they could have asked me to do it since they did not want to take the time. Mind you, I had already removed every other window covering in the house myself. The window covering was never removed during the whole process. Hard to imagine. (see pic.) At one point one of the workers said he was leaving and was totally done with the drywall and texturing in the entire house. He handed me a piece of sandpaper and told me that when the mud was dry that all I had to do was the knockdown (final sanding). Cool, I was glad he was all finished with the drywall work except for all the stuff I needed to do to finish it. Even though I trust my abilities more than the crew, I was paying them to do the work. The very next day called another one of his employees working at my house and instructed him to go into my garage and to look to see if I had taken his drywalling materials that had been in front of the house. What he found out was that the worker who had handed me the sandpaper had taken the materials with him the previous day because he thought he was done with all the drywall. Very unprofessional in my opinion. I never did receive an appology from for having had someone go through my garage. He denied it even happened. But his workers confirmed that it was who had instructed them to look. There were tiles under my dishwasher that were not removed when the overlay was done.The edges of the tile remained visable. Instead of just fixing the problem, they tried to hide it from me by pulling my dishwasher away from the cabinet and putting a block of wood in the kick space to try to cover the exposed tiles up. An attempt to hide poor quality work. Even in the beginning it became pretty apparent that the workers were not careful or conscientious. They broke outlet covers, put gouges in my wall and mared paint when removing my old baseboards. Which by the way was all left for me to fix. They did not cover any of the carpeting in my bedrooms to protect it while they were working and just threw debris right on top of it. they made no effort to vacuum or clean my carpet other than picking up some of the larger pieces. I had to put moving blankets on the carpet myself to try to protect them. I will update information as my case goes through the proper channels at The Arizona Registar of Contractors. I gave the Monroes opprotunity to make repairs, and minimal was done. For instance, a person showed up one day to do the drywall repairs and then left because he said it was too big of a job and needed to reschedule. The next scheduled day he was going to be at my house between 6:00 and 7:00AM. He never showed up. Attempts by to repair the floor went poorly also. When trying to match the floor color they were putting stain directly over floor sealer. When I asked if that was correct he said yes and that it was fine. According to the manufacturer of the stain all floor sealers need to be removed. I notified of this and got no response from him. A follow up inspection was made by the ROC Investigator who witnessed that no repairs had been completed on the floor or the drywall. In the beginning said that if the floors were ever damaged, they could repair them. Apparrently that is only sort of true. When My floor was attempting to be repaired said that he may not ever to be able to match the color of my existing floor. So in other words a floor can be repaired but the color may not ever match. Hence why the one repair they made stands out from my surrounding floor. I am just glad it wasn't in the center of my room. Pictures speak a thousand words. To be continued.....

-Kevin P.

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From the wall street journal online:

"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.

Todd Shell
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Epoxy Flooring reviews in Tucson


It was easy...we cleaned out the garage, it took them a couple of days and they were very responsive. Came and gave a quote and we were able to get scheduled within days.
- Daniel J.

I requested that an extra coating of clear coat be placed on the floor since my expectation was that the floor would be smooth enough to walk on in bare feet and to mop. The owner told me that I should just go around with my foot evening it out or running my car over it. I mentioned that I had asked some people who knew something about epoxy floors ...More about the job and they send it didn't look right or sound right. He asked that those persons be present when he met with me. One of the persons was there when I met with the owner. The owner was very antagonistic and verbally abused my friend. Instead of acting in a professional manner, he was very augmentative and condescending. He left stating he would see what he could do about applying another coat of clear-coat, but later he called to state that upon the advice of his lawyer, he would not be doing anything. He still has not sent anyone to remove the spots from my driveway.
- Georgeanne R.

Looks great, this is the second garage I've had them do and it has been reasonable and turned out great both times. makes it quick and easy
- Gary W.

They did a xlnt job and kept their promise to return next day and fix some small bubbles the heat had caused. I would use them again for the front I plan on having done. They also have a good warranty and now I don't get depressed when I walk out the back door because I have a beautiful slab now.

Lower had tire burn. Repair was completed promptly. Know have chips on lower and upper garage floors. Will contact for repairs.
- sheila B.

Met with the owner to go over work scope and get an estimate. He was very responsive and had an estimate to me within a day that was very reasonable for the work scope involved. We set a date to start, but because of changes in his schedule he was able to move our job up a couple of weeks. His crew was always punctual, courteous ...More and very professional. Quality of preparation, repairs, and painting was outstanding. Once the job was started, the crew worked continuously on the job for over two weeks. The job was fairly complex and based on the number of workhours required, I felt the price was very reasonable. was very easy to work with and takes pride in is work. I would recommend for your painting needs without hesitation.
- Michael E.

I was very pleased with the job that they did. They were here when they said that they would be and had it done promptly. They did an excellent job of protecting the adjacent flooring and the other furnishings in my home and did a good job of cleaning up after themselves. The price that we received was also excellent, based off the amount of work that had to be done.

Cool deck had numerous cracksv when he began; all are now well filled & the pool area looks excellent. Showed up on time and finished when scheduled.
- jim H.

Epoxy Floor Contractors in Tucson

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A plus builders

5651 E Edison st

A-1 Resurfacing

5700 E. 36th St

A1 Garage Door Service

5817 N 82nd Place

Aaron Trail Contracting Inc

1106 N Gilbert Rd

Acra Construction LLC

880 W. Camino Casa Verde
Green Valley


7260 E Gambel Cir



APLY Construction

9241 S Placita Cazadura Solitaria

CementStainers.com, LLC

1431 W. Miracle Mile

Concrete Coating Specialists

3651 W Montgomery St


Sahuarita / Green Valley
Green Valley

First Class Coatings Inc

4757 E. Greenway Rd


7912 N. Lime Star Drive

Garage Floor Coating.com

1645 W Valencia Rd



Horizons Unlimited

P. O. Box 861
Green Valley

Interior Trends Remodel & Design LLC

3227 N Palo Verde Ave

Joseph's Coat Painting LLC

1742 w mackenzie dr

Kelsara Custom Builders

14132 E Whispering Ocotillo Pl.


13950 N Bentwater Dr

L & M Custom Painting & Tile Works inc/llc

5431 W. Calle de la Busca

Levelup Enterprises, Inc.

18862 N. 62nd. Drive

Noble Painting

PO Box 67111

Pamblanco Painting

6610 S Empire Vista Dr

Platinum Painting LLC

PO Box 91071

Polo Painting LLC

731 E. 33rd St

Porter Construction Services LLC

2411 N Columbus Blvd

Precision Contractors

7425 n Mona Lisa rd

Pro-Star Construction LLC

4437 E Haven Ln

Quality Carpentry

5336 S Pineway


2440 N Coyote Dr Ste 130

Ruben Reyes

6920 E Potawatmi Dr

Sebastian Painting LLC

6800 N Camino Martin

Silueta Concrete Stain LLC

5537 W Wyoming St


12995 N Oracle Rd

Stetson Painting

125 E Florers St

Strongbuilt Enterprise, LLC.

7400 N. Oracle Rd., Ste. 162C

The Alliance Group

5740 N. Escondido LN.

The Garage Center LLC

1870 W Prince Road Suite 65

The Garage Organization Co

2401 West Phelps rd.

The Handyman Can Do

3001 N. Amethyst Lane



Varsity Painting

4402 E. Timrod St.

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