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I knew immediately that I needed to wrap things up expeditiously w/ this contractor when we were discussing some structural work that had been done when he said, "...we don't have to hide this, do we?" After spending several thousand dollars on 2 ceilings doing structural re-enforcing per the guidelines of the structural engineer brought to the project by the contractor, the contractor commented that he could get his drywall men to come over to put up drywall before the inspectors came, thus hiding the structural work done. I pointed out that the work had followed the specifications provided by the engineer and that I had been given a certificate for the work and asked why it needed to be covered up before the inspectors came in. That's when the general contractor said, "That's right, we don't have to hide this, do we?"
The general contractor provided some of the sub-contractors and I appreciated being able to use some sub-contractors that I had a relationship with already or found & developed a relationship with. Demolition, carpentry, floor resurfacing, masonry work, structural engineering, structural re-enforcement and some paint work were provided by the contractor. Sub-contractors that I brought to the job were electrical, cabinetry, granite fabrication, plumbing & some painting. There was a project manager working for the contractor and I managed a fair amount of the project myself. The end result was most satisfactory and that was realized with my participation. To make sure that work was done correctly, at times I had to be insistent and had to "stand my ground." When the project manager wanted to bring in the kitchen appliances it would have been done at a time when the hardwood floor in the kitchen still was raw oak, nothing had been done to the floor at all. Being able to consult w/ a friend with a great deal of construction experience proved to be very beneficial. The hardwood floor in the kitchen was sanded, stained & 1 coat of polyurethane applied before the appliances were brought in. When the project manager wanted to hang the kitchen cabinets on the walls while they were still just drywall without any primer or paint on them, I insisted that they be primed & painted before cabinets went up. My friend had advised me that the drywall had to be sealed, i.e. primed & painted before cabinets were hung. Without this being done, mold & mildew could have become a big problem on the drywall (sheetrock) and could possibly have been Provider name locked. behind the cabinets.
I'll be the first to say that I was very "hands on" with this project. I had to be to make sure that things were done correctly and to my satisfaction.
- Jim L.
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A bit of an introduction might help to set the stage. Our home is 27 years old and we are the original owners. The home had “home depo” quality cabinetry and fixtures that were original. But we plan to stay here for the duration so we decided to move directly to the Provider name locked. /Subzero level of appliances and equivalent cabinetry, fixtures, and bathroom flooring. Our prior remodeling experience had consisted of hiring painters on a couple of occasions. We were complete neophytes who were dependent on getting advice from experts.
We did get good advice and we are delighted with the final product. In our family the breakdown of the “wants” was that the kitchen was the husband’s and the bathroom was the wife’s. But recently I, the husband, came to really appreciate the bathroom. We travel a bit and that is where we got some ideas that eventually were incorporated into the final design. For example, a “rain” style shower head and travertine walls and flooring. We recently returned from a couple of trips that we took, post-construction, and I was really looking forward to getting back to our bathroom. Our showerhead and shower space are so much nicer than anything we had encountered on our trips. And that was not an easy accomplishment. One “defect” in our existing bath that could not corrected was its size. But Provider name locked. managed to maximize the use of our space.
We got a bit of advice during the planning process that I really appreciate more each day. I wanted to put a pot rack above my island, like I had been using for 25 years. Instead, I was advised to install suspended accent lights above the island. As a compromise we installed deep upper level cabinetry with glass doors and sliding hanging racks. I just love the way my pans look inside those cabinets. Not to mention that the accent lights above the island are absolutely beautiful.
The process, like any project of this magnitude, was not flawless, but Babak, Provider name locked. ’s principal, corrected the defects. For example, we had selected glass front cabinets, but when the cabinetry arrived most of the doors that were supposed to be glass were solid wood. Babak got the correct doors shipped on an expedited basis. Allow me a little segue. If you are debating whether or not to get glass front cabinets, perhaps worrying about them looking messy, I strongly recommend the glass. We absolutely love the way our kitchen looks with just the cabinet and accent lighting on. We turn those lights on when we awake and turn them off when we go to bed. We just love seeing them as we come and go.
One major issue arose after construction was finished. We had installed a fancy claw foot tub. Well my wife actually uses the tub to relax in the evenings. That fancy bathtub just was not deep enough to soak and relax in. Making a long story short, we did the research that we should have done in the first place and selected a tub, designed for soaking, but was not among the lines that Babak normally installs. Due to a confluence of snafus, replacing the tub turned out to be hardest part of the entire project. But Babak got it done and my wife could not be happier.
Babak stays engaged and has close relationships with the tradesmen that he employs. It makes for a fairly smooth process. I want to say a word about price. I gave Provider name locked. an “A” on price. But in all honesty, you should take that with a grain of salt. We had no remodeling experience and, thus, no basis on which to judge price. We felt that the product we received was worth the price we paid.
- Kerwin G.
list of problems with the job performance. Provider name locked. does not have a contractor license Provider name locked. did not pull permit Provider name locked. work was not to city code and has to be torn out and rebuilt Provider name locked. did not replace rotten wood nstead he covered it up with new siding was fired He reported me to the city of Atlanta because no permit was pulled for the job that he did I offered to pay for the parts of the job that were somewhat correct but he refused to accept and is Provider name locked. me in atlanta Provider name locked. Not enough footings and posts. I have to put in footings and add four posts to support the addition. The ceiling is not vaulted as I requested. I have to have the ceiling rebuilt and walls better supported to hold the ceiling. All of the rotten wood was not replaced on the back wall per scope. In fact it was knowingly covered up with new siding. I have to complete the rotten wall. This should have been done during demo. The existing French doors were not removed as agreed so the rotten wood could be replaced and the doors installed correctly. crew left with doors wide open. The doors would not shut and cliff worked in to the night to get the doors shut and to secure the house. No one was on site checking the delivery of materials, consequently a damaged window was delivered and had to be replaced. New French doors did not have door handles and locks, or holes drilled to hold doors shut. Contractor should not have left the doors with no handles or locks and house unsecured. A section of deck railing was not replaced leaving a dangerous opening in the deck railing on second story deck. No railing materials were salvaged. I have to hire someone to build the missing railing ASAP as it is very dangerous. The wrong trim was used around the doors and windows and it does not match the rest of the house. A sample of acceptable brick molding was delivered to the site but that type of brick molding was not used. I have to buy brick molding and hire someone to install it. The correct brick molding will result in a gap between the doors/windows and the siding. The siding will have to be replaced. Where the old siding meets the new Siding on the side of the house the wood trim piece that is too small was used and looks very sloppy. . The type of windows used do not fit in the wall the same way the rest of the windows in the house do. Cliff shopped early this morning for more appropriate windows while the framers installed siding on site. There was no work delay. No invoices provided to support roofing labor or material cost Excess materials with a value of hundreds of dollars were returned. I was not offered the compensation for these materials. Extra trips for supplies were a result of miscalculations lack of site management and damages from crew.
- Wendy M.