Washington Drywall Contractors

in Washington, CT

42
Drywall Contractors are
in Washington

9
Drywall Contractors in Washington
are top rated

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was quite professional and thorough in his efforts. He cleaned up after he completed his work and was friendly throughout the process. I highly recommend...my wall looks brand new.
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Mary W.
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is a very good communicator and extremely professional in setting up services. I had a conflict on a date we had scheduled and he graciously moved the day for" me.
showed up right on time and proceeded to prep both of the rooms. He is extremely clean, thorough and also a great communicator. He was able to get the work done within the time I had purchased even with two coats in both rooms. He put everything back and left our home in better order than when he arrived! I will definitely use this company again.
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Dennis Q.
"This company was great and I would hire them again! Bill came out quickly and explained what could be done to make some pretty extensive repairs in my garage and home. Several" sheets of
had to be hung and a couple of existing ones had to be replaced. They completely retextured my ceiling in the garage and patched a couple of spots and retextured them in my home. The price was reasonable. He was fair and honest. He and the crew arrived on time for the work. They did a great job of protecting my floors by putting paper down and covering items in my house with plastic.. They stayed late to finish the work inside my house in one day, so that I could get the house put back together. They again arrived on time the second day and completed the work in the garage. Bill did a great job managing the business and his crew and checked up on the work to make sure I was satisfied. He answered all of my phone calls, even if they were after hours. The crew was very polite and professional. I was impressed with the quality of the work.

Washington Drywall Contractors

Washington, CT

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and his team have done an excellent job. To me they are one of the best (if not the best) in
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job in this area. Only thing is that he is too busy and you have to be patient with him.
- A D.
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The job was not completed as contracted as a result of the invasion of privacy I experienced with this crew in my home. I requested that the General Contractor terminate their involvement on my project and this crew never return to my home.
- Jaron S.
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came over very promptly after I called to take a look at the project and give a quote. He then offered to pick up the tiles at Home Depot himself that day. He and his son came over the next morning and completed the project very quickly. Both were incredibly polite throughout, and even made sure to clean after themselves thoroughly.
I had a very positive experience working with them and will be using them on any future home improvement projects.
- Tamar L.
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I first contacted
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via email in June 2014 to gauge pricing for my budget. He provided me the price based on my emailed planned specs and off I went. I fully intended to use his services based on reviews and budget but then when I contacted him in September about a month before I needed the work to start he informed me that he does not "pre book" appointments. I also told him my project reduced to 1,100 sq ft of space and asked about revised pricing. After a little bit of time, he responded that he could view the space after framing so we were in discussion to set that appointment up. I was awaiting confirmation when he informed me that he just booked another job for my timeframe (a commercial job) and that he could still do the work but not in my timeframe.
To be fair, he forewarned me that he did not prebook but then he did go ahead and book another (likely larger) job in the time I had already requested. I understand business and this is how it goes but it was disappointing to me as it put me back at square one to find a new drywaller with now an even shorter timeframe.
All in all, the pricing quote was around the same as others (maybe a little higher as he wanted $$ for a dumpster and no one else did) and he doesn't want to confirm your dates. As a homeowner, I wanted a little more assurance.
- Kia O.
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First, I should say that the work has not been completed yet but that I did hire him to do the work~ I will update once it's done..
I am very particular in terms of questions and details and
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was a complete professional. I appreciated that he was so well organized in his "7 day process" and that he answered all my questions ~ even when I solicited his thoughts on matters unrealted to
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I have received 3 bids and
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's bid fit the rest which I'm told via a contractor friend were all high but please recognize that I am just a homeowner with this one job not multiple jobs, I have a short timeframe, and given all bids were in the same family, his must be on par.
I selected
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because he is insured, he was organized, professional, he was flexible with my schedule (I am due with a baby very soon!), and he seemed to have a well run operation. Of course, the work has not begun but I am excited to get this part of the project complete and look forward to working with
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came to the house on the selected day and even arrived early to accomodate my schedule and provided a bid after his review and measure. I appreciated the quick turnaround and thus far every experience has been A+.
- Kia O.
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How'd it go? Not great. We had high expectations and felt confident after I met Ed. He is quite proud of his many As here on Angie's List, and I felt we were in good hands. Perhaps we might have been if Ed had done the work himself, or had more closely supervised
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, his employee who did the work at our house.
...More /> The quality of the mudding work was poor and had to be redone at least twice in each bathroom, causing several delays. Numerous areas that needed to be mudded were missed in our master bathroom. We were on vacation and entrusted our lead contractor and the subcontractors to perform quality work while we were gone (I actually hadn't wanted any work done while we were gone, but we were already behind schedule). When we came home and saw how bad the master bathroom looked, I asked the lead contractor if it was only the first coat of paint and if it hadn't been sanded yet. He told me both coats of paint were done. We were extremely upset. There were ripples in the
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near the shower, numerous large, raised bumps, air holes in the mud, clear outlines where one of the old medicine cabinets used to be. It had neither been properly mudded nor sanded. There were problems with the ceilings as well. The painters were not experienced enough to know it wasn't ready for painting (I would also not recommend Sun Painting, the company our lead contractor subbed that work out to, because they should know if walls aren't properly prepped). It was obvious that none of the contractor company owners had inspected the work at any point in the process. All three came out at my request to see what the problems were, but the painters had already begun patching a lot of it with 20-minute mud (not the recommended mud for a final coat) before they arrived. They could clearly see there were a lot of issues. Ed directed them to a few areas, and we had taped some ourselves.

After it was re-mudded, sanded and painted, we found several areas the painters had missed, including some we'd specifically talked about and marked. None of the contractors had inspected again. I had to go out just as they finished and didn't know no one was coming to inspect their work; I assumed they would, especially after so much had to be done. It was the painters' fault for not getting it all, but at least one of the contractors should have inspected. My husband and I took a look before the third coat of paint went on, and it seemed like they got it all, but unless you feel along every spot, you can't easily tell. Once that third coat was on, we could see what they missed and were NOT happy. So Ed sent his employee,
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, out to redo the big issues that remained. They decided to do all the way around the shower again.
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was sloppy and slapped the mud on, getting it into the custom-colored grout. As he was ready to leave, I inspected and found some spots he didn't cover well enough, so he hit them again. But he was spreading it on really thin in areas that needed solid coverage. He still managed to miss a large spot below the rippled area, but since the walls are dark brown and that area is near the floor in shadow, it's hard enough to see that I didn't make an issue of it. By then, I was tired of dealing with it and wanted our bathroom to be completed. It's still not what I'd call quality work, and there are one or two spots I wish we'd had them redo, but I didn't want them to have to repaint a whole wall for just a few spots. So to recap, they had to do mudding and sanding three times in our bathroom and still didn't quite get it right. The dark brown paint
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some issues but illuminates others.

Fast forward a few weeks to bathroom #2. Again, there was significant
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work to be done, as we were also removing narrow medicine cabinets and installing new ones in a different place. We again had to be out of town when the first coat of paint was done, and we all agreed to only have one coat of paint done before we, the homeowners, inspected it. We again found numerous mudding issues, along with some paint issues (for which Ed is not responsible). Around the outlets and light switches, the
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was 3D. It was heavily mudded, more than it needed to be, and not sufficiently sanded.
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got mud into one of the outlets, and he completely coated one of the wire end caps for a light fixture. We could see the outline for the medicine cabinets again and a few of the other
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seams. Corners were uneven and not straight, and either not mudded much at all or sanded too much. There were sharp points from mud that hadn't been fully sanded.

This time, I didn't take chances that anything would be missed, and I pretty well taped the h*** out of those walls. With no windows and only spot lights for lighting, it was tough to see in there unless you picked up the lights and shone them around the bathroom carefully. I put lots of little pieces on the sharp points, but I was also trying to make a point with all that tape: they needed to pay closer attention to the details.
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came in, took pics with his cell phone of all that tape; those pics were eventually forwarded to the lead contractor when I brought up lingering
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issues. They all seemed to think I had impossible standards. But
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took down that tape and STILL missed a lot of major
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issues, which two of the other contractors readily agreed were big issues (they also agreed we were not being at all unreasonable to expect them to be fixed). We didn't realize he'd missed as much as he did until the walls were painted again (it actually can be hard to tell). He must have taken off all the tape at once, rather than a section at a time, because he missed so much. I took over a dozen pics of the major issues (one of the outlet covers isn't even flush with the wall because there's so much mud around it), and I emailed them to the lead contractor after receiving a smarmy text message with the pics
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had taken. I told him to tell Ed their services were no longer needed. My husband got out the spackle and repaired most of the issues himself, but we still need to do something about the areas around the outlets.

There are so many rave reviews for Ed that I felt like I wasn't dealing with the same company. Unless he came out while we were out of town, Ed came out only once himself for the second bathroom, to apply a second coat of mud after our initial inspection. He did not notice all the things
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missed or didn't sufficiently cover. He managed to drop a glop of it on the bathroom floor, step in it, and track it down the hardwood stairs and halfway into my kitchen. I believe if Ed himself had either supervised
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or done the entire job himself, the quality would have been much higher (the contractors were all working on a much bigger renovation at the same time, and I felt like we got the B teams from many of them). But
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does not pay attention to detail and is sloppy. He needs better training. He's a nice guy, so I hate saying that, but the
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and mudding issues significantly delayed both renovations and were a major source of aggravation and stress for us. Ed's company was supposed to do some ceiling repairs for us after the bathrooms were done, but we've hired someone else.

If we had the ability to upload pictures to go with our review, I would upload the images showing the poor quality of
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' work to show you that there were major issues. Trust me when I say we were not being unreasonable or had ridiculous expectations. Ed himself assured me of his company's excellent reputation and set high expectations that
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was not able to meet. I truly wish I could give them a glowing review, but trust me when I say that if you choose to hire Ed, ask who will actually be doing the work. Our experience with this renovation was so bad, largely because of the
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issues, that we don't ever want to do another renovation again.

Note: I'm not sure why the company has responded with a note saying they never contracted with me to do work. While we did not have a direct contract,
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WAS the subcontractor that my lead contractor (
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Construction) hired to do our
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work. Ed himself handed me his business card, told me how proud he was of his Angie's List rating, and he and his employee
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both wore
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shirts every time they were here. They may not have my name on their contract, but they were the company that did the work. Very strange response.
- Carole K.
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I bought my house in early 2010 and did extensive renovations prior to moving in. I wanted the stained and dated popcorn removed and the ceilings refinished. Knowing that water is sprayed to soften and remove popcorn and that drywall repairs, primer, compound, and paint all take time to dry thoroughly and properly, I asked
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how many days it would take to complete the job.
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told me he pays "a lot of money" for fast drying materials and would complete the entire job in one day. I trusted that he knew his business and hired Quality to refinish my ceilings.
Within a few months, several large "
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" of material were falling from the kitchen ceiling. I called
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and he sent a crew to make repairs stating that the failure was likely due to the primer having not been fully dry. Sound familiar? The repair was made under warranty but the knock-down pattern does not match well and the repair is conspicuous. It's now four years later and there are several large
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of material falling form the ceiling, as well as several cracks forming. The ceiling needs to be completely refinished.
This is why you've subscribed to Angie's List, folks. You simply can't spray a ceiling with a garden hose, repair taped joints with drywall compound, apply primer, apply knock-down and apply a finish coat of paint all in one day. The materials don't have time to dry thoroughly and the result is what I'm now living with. The original popcorn might have been unsightly and stained from years of cigarette smoke, but it was still completely intact and properly adhered to the drywall.
- Brad K.
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A Force of Nature Complete Restoration SVC, LLC

3436 CROFFUT PL.S.E.
Washington, DC

All County Home Improvements

1617 Mogul Drive
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Bear Creek Remodelers

261 Kent Rd S
Cornwall Bridge, CT

Blakley Painting and Restoration

12 Chicken Hill Ln,
New Milford, CT

Bottom Line Basements

105 Gray's Bridge Road
Brookfield, CT

Cahaba Scapes

2130 11th avenue north
Birmingham, AL

CD Design LLC

P.O. Box 301
Watertown, CT

Considine Construction LLC

277 Ashley Falls Rd.
Canaan, CT

CONSIDINE PAINTING

277 ASHLEY FALLS RD
Canaan, CT

D.J's Home Improvement

Road
Watertown, CT

Genarelli Home Services

166 tucker ave
Oakville, Ct

Handyman Andy

45 Finnish Lane
Lagrangeville, NY

Home Advancements LLC

125 W. West Hill Rd.
Barkhamsted, CT

J and G Remodeling and Restoration

147 Torringford Street
Winsted, CT

Jamieson Limited LLC

20 Bentley Cir
Goshen, CT

Jeffrey Thomas

21 Sandstrom Rd
New Preston Marble Dale, CT

Joe Fix It

PO Box 522
New Milford, CT

Lapointe Home Improvement

P.O Box 1141
Litchfield, CT

Marc Olivieri, LLC

Roxbury, CT

Mill Creek Builders

PO Box 356
Bethlehem, CT

New Hope Carpentry

58 May Street
Fairfield, CT

Painting By Andrew

P.O. Box 242
Norfolk, CT

Painting By Marge Inc

75 Old Colebrook
Colebrook, CT

Pickering Construction LLC

127 candlewood mtn rd
New Milford, CT

Primeworks LL C

39 Country Farm Ln
New Milford, CT

REM Building and Development llc

41 E. Litchfield Road South
Litchfield, CT

Remodeling Works LLC

P.O. Box 681
Woodbury, CT

Renew Custom Kitchen & Bath

16 Pondview Dr
Cromwell, CT

Right Choice Remodeling

P.O. Box 8117
New Fairfield, CT

Riverside Maintenance/Repair

3 Rolling Glen Dr
New Milford, CT

Robert Porzio Home Painting and repair

142 Sherbrook Dr.
Goshen, Ct

Sunstruction LLC

430 South St
Litchfield, CT

TCF Associates

259 South Main Street
Torrington, CT

Top Notch Carpentry & Remodeling

15 East Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, CT

W & W Construction

6 Partridge Rd
Cornwall Bridge, CT

William Whamond Painting Contractor LLC

8 Dayton St
Sandy Hook, CT

Woodland Building & Remodeling LLC

11 Putnam Rd
New Milford, CT

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