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  • A
    Michael Angelo Custom Painting Inc
    Mike and his crew are the real deal. As a general contractor I will not use anybody else for my work, as I don���t trust anybody but Mike to handle my valuable customers. He is meticulous, detailed, professional and the work is above and beyond. Hire Mike and you will not be disappointed.
    - Paul D.
  • A
    Toth Construction
    Peter was extremely professional during our first consultation and throughout the entire bathroom remodel. I have plans for rebuilding a fence, and he's the only person I will be going to for another consultation. As a property owner you worry about the person you contract. Based on my experience, I can tell you that your property is in safe hands with Peter. He is fairly new to the area, however his work speaks for itself. He is detail oriented. I give him my highest recommendation.
    - Bookay O.
  • A
    DASH MAN
    I have been in the building trades for the last 42 years and am absolutely thrilled with Don and Carol. They are extremely professional, easy to communicate with and their work always looks amazing. I have used them multiple times over the last several years and highly recommend their services.
    - Tod D.
  • A
    Gold Eagle Painting
    They met the original deadline well. When an unexpected situation that required replacing a portion of our house siding days before our open house occurred, they really went above and beyond to help us. We will definitely use them again.
    - Brooke F.
  • F
    The Joshua Group - Licensed Contractor/Handyman
    DO NOT hire this company. The owner is Dale Ellis and his son is Brandon Ellis, the guy you'll ultimately work with, when he decides to show up. We have been 'taken' before and we were sure to do our research this time and not hire deadbeats. We failed. PLEASE let our mistake be your lesson. Do not give them one cent! During our consultations (that they were always late to - we should have known something was wrong), they gave us ALL the right 'feels', words and plans prior to hiring them and even into the first few visits. They even proclaimed their Christianity as a means to 'seal the deal'. They kept saying things like "we want you to love this when we are done, so let's do it right." I will admit that Brandon's vision and plan matched with what I wanted (or perhaps he just made it sound that way). Everything we asked for they told us was doable in some manner. Changes were happily included by them and re-worked into the contract. (However, we had to keep asking for the contract to be re-written and re-sent so we had the most updated version.) We were given a staggered payment plan that timed out to the end of the project leaving 10% to be paid at our final inspection and satisfaction. It all appeared to be a safe choice and going well...... The architect they use (which they made us pay for up front: $3700), David Palacios, does work for them as his second job so expect to wait and wait and wait for those plans to be finished on his time. The plans took THREE MONTHS to get approved by the City of Fresno. The Joshua Group said it was out of their hands but they also weren't doing anything proactive like calling and asking for updates or pushing the city to finish because they told us they were afraid to make them mad. (If contractors aren't brave enough to ask about their own jobs, no one wins.) This made me wonder if they had already done something to tick the city off and now all of The Joshua Group plans would be held up. It's something to definitely consider before you hire them. (PLEASE don't hire them!) Once demo finished, we saw slow but steady progress until the first inspection that we failed miserably. (They told us they had never failed an inspection.) The fixes were made (after needing the architect and his timeline again) and worked only resumed after my husband went down to the City and asked about our plans. They were approved the next day. Hmm, funny how that works. Over the course of the four months they were with us at first they were arriving at my home at 8:15. However, when demo was done, frequently, they would arrive between 9:30 and 10:00am and leave around 5:00. BUT, there were several days they only worked until 12:00 or 2:00 and about 3 days they worked until 6PM. The crew they employed were unskilled, scary and I didn't feel comfortable leaving my home in their hands when Brandon wasn't on site, which was often. They were also messy leaving water and gatorade bottles and their lunch remnants everywhere. Our cabinets were not all correctly ordered or inspected by this contractor upon delivery and we still do not have things we paid for like pull-out shelving and trash can cabs. Some cabs were even the wrong size and we ended up paying for more cabs due to HIS errors! He was supposed to extend a wall and didn't which led to the wrong cabinet sizes. There was not enough tile to complete the back splash and now we are left buying more. Once he discovered he didn't have enough money to complete the job he WALKED OUT AND QUIT. He told us we were unable to be satisfied and complained too much about his workers being unskilled, slow, and not on time (all of which they were). After taking time off work to get other estimates to complete the job, our best financial decision was to try to get him to come back and finish. He agreed but after that we were so afraid to say anything remotely negative in fear that he would again walk. Looking back, it would have been better to do that but we were doing our best to just get it finished. We had a May 27th deadline for our daughter's high school graduation party which they knew about for months. (We hired them on November 19th.) Once Brandon knew he had us against a wall he started asking for more money, telling us he only had $300 to his name. He did this at least five times in the last few weeks we were with them. In one of our last contacts to Dale, he admitted that he had used our money for another project they were working on and could not do anything more until they had more money. His last words were, "I'll get back to you ASAP with a plan". That was 2.5 weeks ago and they have not many any contact attempts to update us on when they might be back over to complete our kitchen. They left our kitchen with no running water, spotty exposed electrical wires, no means of cooking food, and no flooring. These are the major items, there is also still all the finish work (caulking, painting, shelving, tiling, etc.) that is undone. Please do yourself a favor and hire someone else. Just don't even tempt fate with Dale or Brandon Ellis.
    - Nancy N.
  • D
    Tony's Fencing & Ornamental
    My first appointment with Tony was Nov 6. We'd made an appt the week before, but he'd been working out of town and "forgot to write it down" when he got back to the shop. (That should have been my first hint ...) I showed him pictures of three rails from Pinterest and he assured me he could make any of them, but he couldn't start until after the first of the year - he'd call me. That was fine with me since my deadline was Easter, April 1. When I hadn't heard from him by Feb 1, I called him. Oh, yes, he still planned to do the job, but had been busy. Again, he was working out of town so made an appt for the following week. Again, he didn't show up. We finally met on Feb 14, when he was going to take the measurements. He also explained that, no, he couldn't make the one I'd chosen "exactly" like the picture; it would be similar, but not the same. I was disappointed and asked why he'd said he could it in November. Well, the materials he uses would not allow that, but he could make a different one of the three. He felt I should go to the shop and actually see the available material. OK-fine, I'd follow him back to the shop. No, that wouldn't work for him; he'd be in the shop Feb 20. Okay. But, how long would it take him to fabricate and install after that. Oh, he'd start on it right away and it'd be completely done within a week because he was "ready for me." On the 20th, we did meet at the shop and final decisions were agreed upon. He explained the process would be in three stages. He would come out that same week for the final measurements (again?) and I didn't need to be home for that. He'd be out early the following week to install the end-posts, then return to the shop to fabricate the middle part, with final installation at the end of the week. Well, both weeks came and went, with no sign of or word from Tony. I called him on March 5 and was told he couldn't come over the week before because it had rained. Well, yeah, a couple of days were wet, but not the whole two weeks. Had he even measured? No. Does he really want the job? Of course, he does; he could come over on the 8th or 9th to measure. But, it's supposed to rain then. Oh, well, he'd be here for sure on the 8th. Right. Easter is coming up fast. This morning I decided that even if Tony magically appeared and installed the perfect rails today (March 7), every time I looked at them I'd still be annoyed and angry. So, I cancelled the project. Perhaps the work he does is outstanding, but I'll never know. Perhaps the job was simply too small (under$2,000) to be worth it to him. I don't know. I do give him credit for not asking for any money before completing the job; kudos for that. I won't count the initial two month wait against him, but the stalling and misrepresentation since Jan 1 is appalling. This is the first time I've tried someone recommended on Angie's List; too bad it wasn't a positive experience.
    - Jenny N.
  • F
    RB Solutions inc
    He committed fraud, did work that has to be ripped out and redone. We have reported him to his Bond Company and California State Licensing Board. Not only did he do poor workmanship, he abandoned the job when confronted on unfinished work. We are also pursuing legal action.
    - Dale G.
  • B
    Duration Painting Inc
    Went well but felt there was not enough communication. Agreed with Mike on the job and the painters showed up as scheduled. The job took a couple days longer than anticipated (just over a week). The price is fair, the job was done to satisfaction. The only area where they could have done better is their communication. I never saw Mike after we agreed on the job and he never took the initiative to call and ask about the job or provide a status from his end.
    - Jose R.
  • A
    Window Genie of Fresno
    Greg and Michael were very helpful. I am out of state and both men provided great communication before, during and after the pressure wash. My father let me know that they were extremely professional and he was definitely pleased with the outcome.
    - Amina A.
  • F
    Central Valley Iron & Fabrication
    I submitted two emails via their website for a bid on Monday with no response so today I called in and the gentleman on the phone made a 3:30p.m. appointment with me. After taking time off of work and driving home to meet him, it is now 4:47p.m. and my two phone calls to their office went to voicemail. After two messages I have still not heard from them. Flaking on appointments without notifying the customer is not good business. If this issue is remedied I will update this review as sometimes things happen and a business will step up and remedy the situation. If no update, it means they did nothing.
    - John T.
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