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Aberdeen Ceramic Tiling Articles
Ceramic Tiling reviews in Aberdeen
The major modification for the master bathroom was the shower. The prefab fiberglass shower the house came with was too small and leaking, causing drywall damage.
A boxed ledge was added between the shower and tub to give the bathing space continuity, and
Overall a great job and we are happy with the results.
fooled by this into thinking that he has what it takes to do your project right
and on time, in budget, etc.
new door opening to a room in our house. This project went pretty well except
he never came back to finish the trim work on the reinstalled cabinetry. The
new door trim was off kilter as well. He also did a small kitchen remodel for
us where he was supposed to move a built-in microwave oven, install a new hood
over the existing cooktop, and modify some of the kitchen cabinets with new
doors. He scratched the new tile while doing the install of the hood, never
finished the details in the microwave move, and it took almost 12 months to
finally get cabinet doors for the modified cabinets!
Before we knew how bad he was at finishing projects he was
already working on the rehab of our screened-in-porch. This project entailed
removing the existing vinyl porch ceiling and installing a new pine
groove ceiling and crown molding. He was also supposed to install 4 retractable
screen enclosures and a custom screen door, new can lighting, and new supports
for the roof faced in rock, etc. as well.
The demolition of the old ceiling and porch screen enclosure
went well except for the installation of the crown molding – which was never
but that the company he ordered them from went bankrupt and never sent them to
him and kept the money ($4000). He eventually ordered screens from another
company. When the new screens arrived none of them fit because all the
measurements were off. He said it was the company’s fault. Once these were
finally altered and installed they looked terrible and did not work properly.
knew full well there were issues with the screens but rather than addressing
them he waited for us to determine there were problems and try to resolve them
with the manufacturer. While the screens were in place he tried to have a
subcontractor install rock on the columns that would have made the installation
of the screens permanent. Fortunately, the subcontractor couldn’t work with the
rock that was delivered. After three months of looking at nonfunctioning
screens and summer time construction debris on our porch he finally came back
and took the screens down and attempted to send them back to the company that
produced them. In the mean time we had several large piles of rock and sand on
our driveway and back patio which all total was there for 9+ months, blocking
one of the main entrances to the patio from the house.
When it was obvious that the rock columns and retractable
screen weren’t going to work, we met with
project and just have stucco columns and fixed screens in frames with some
the altered plan. We never saw any wood or work for the additional funds
During this whole process we attempted to contact
multiple times via phone and text. He’s not good at returning calls or texts.
Generally he doesn’t want to face difficult problems and avoids them rather
then face them. So many days he promised to come and work but never did or
stayed only a short time. He did promise in April to complete our project by
June 1 so that we would have a nice space to enjoy a large family reunion at our
home in mid June. He never kept this promise either choosing instead to work on
other client’s projects. (We had a friend who had recommended him and had a
project he was supposed to work on at their house – bathroom remodel – he was
over there working on it and collecting their money instead of working on our
14 month old screen porch project. In fact the day he started their project he
came to our house asked for a paint sample for the stucco columns, giving the
impression he would be coming back, collected his tools and left. That’s the
last we saw or heard of him. Ultimately, he did a terrible job on their
bathroom remodel and they fired him, too.)
Bottom line for us is that we endured a very messy project
that was poorly executed and never finished. He did, however, manage to fit in
several vacations while our project wasn’t being finished. We were lied to and
We learned that when you select someone to do a job for you in addition to
checking references make sure the person doing the job is NOT doing this
specific kind of job for the first time but has lots of experience with this type
of work/project. Also, NEVER, NEVER, NEVER give all or anything close to the
final payment until the job is completely done to your satisfaction –
listen to any sob stories. Hire someone with years of experience!
for you! I also question his licensing! Ask to see it with any contractor!
does an excellent job with cleanup. He cleans up the job every day. He never leaves a mess.
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