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We ended up installing several light fixtures and buying hinges, since he did not seem able to do so.
We continued with this remodeling FIASCO and it continues as I write this review. While moving furniture, his workers scratched and gouged the hardwood floors in the laundry room, kitchen, great room and foyer!! The new vanity in the remodeled bathroom has damage to the side from their install and/ or water damage from the toilet pipe. I alerted the contractor by text message and my husband spoke to him over 2 weeks ago and he is still a no show.
We are frustrated and extremely disappointed in this work!! This contractor is slow, unorganized, ineffective at managing his subcontractors, a poor communicator when problems arise and too inexperienced to take on this project. He misled us about his abilities and his workers.
There is more,but I am exhausted writing!
,A second contractor made good the inside and replaced the missing insulation in the crawl space.
I went into the crawl space last weekend to move the ducting for the tumble dryer only to find that two of the joists are crumbling from dry rot and so is one of the triple timbers in the girder. Seems they did not remove all of the affected insulation with the result that the crawl space was only partially dried out.
This weekend has been spent in the crawl space scrubbing off the joists. I removed a lot of insulation and about 10 of the joists are affected. I've painted Kilz onto the very worst places in the hope that I can contain the dry rot until I can get a contractor in to fix it. The floor that was made good by the second contractor will have to be cut out in order to replace these joists. I'm hoping I've managed to save the girder but am not sure of that yet.
I guess I'm looking at a bill of thousands of dollars to get this mess sorted out.
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