Knoxville Drywall Contractors
Reviews for Knoxville Drywall Contractors
He assured us that he could have the job done in 2 1/2 to 3 weeks. It took longer than 4 weeks.
Mr day while his assistant was on time every day.
He then proceeded to work on our hardwood floors. He removed the tile in the kitchen and installed the new wood flooring. We wanted the floors a red oak color. He stained the floors red mahogany. He used furniture polyurethane to seal the floors instead of the correct floor rated polyurethane. The kitchen floor had some flexing or bounce in areas and was not screwed or nailed down to secure it. It was noted that he used liquid nails to join some of the flooring together. When he sanded our exiting hardwood to prep for new stain, the sander left swirl
He informed us that he was about to finish the floors with polyurethane and we would be ready to move in that weekend. When we arrived, the stain was still not dry on the floor, the living room and dining room did not have any polyurethane on them, the bedroom floors were rough with contamination and were not sanded smooth as we were told they were going to be. The kitchen floor looked as if someone had dumped a bucket of polyurethane with all the run lines that were seen. His assistant showed up that day to install the vanity. We asked him about all of this and he said "you need to speak with the boss." I tried to contact Mr
The cost stated above includes only labor ($14,400) and miscellaneous material supplied by them ($6,200). The homeowners separately purchased most of the major items including appliances, cabinetry, countertop, hardwood flooring, floor tile, backsplash tile, kitchen sink, faucets, etc. The homeowner supplied and installed barn wood attached to back side of kitchen island. And most of the demolition work was performed by the homeowners.
Our kitchen remodel included opening up an area that was once 4 separate rooms (kitchen, family, dining, living), and also a foyer and a hallway leading to our bedrooms - in all about 900 square feet. The chip-board subfloor had to be replaced since it would not effectively hold the hardwood flooring nails. The circa-1979 textured ceiling was scraped and covered over by new drywall. The kitchen spans almost 30 feet against a backwall and there is a 16.5 foot long island. The entire area includes new hardwood flooring except for about 100 square feet of floor tile. There is subway backsplash tile on the back wall, along with a recessed niche over the cook top. The kitchen island has a tiled backsplash. The counter tops are quartz. There are bookcases, 3 stacked ovens, a gas cooktop, a counter-depth refrigerator, dishwasher, pot filler in the backsplash niche over the cooktop, etc. Twelve recessed lights were installed along with 9 feet of under-cabinetry
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