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I was very pleased to work with Provider name locked. in late Provider name locked. , to have him install a new blue-hued Provider name locked. floor in my 2-stall garage. He and his crew arrived on time for the 3 days they prepped, put on Provider name locked. , then sealed the floor. I've had so many great compliments on it--especially at my recent garage sale!! I probably gave his company name with endorsement to a half dozen garage sale customers. One of them even remarked that my garage looked like a bedroom, it looked that good!!
The floor looked so great I ended-up painting the walls of the garage, just to enhance the overall look. Am planning to put my house on the Provider name locked. next month and this garage floor make-over will make the property sell even more quickly.
Also, I did shop around with other Provider name locked. -area Provider name locked. floor companies, and Provider name locked. ' bid was very competitive, saving me about one thousand dollars!
- Cathleen C.
Installed Mendota Basic gas insert fireplace: Install went OK except I preferred to use my electrician and there was a mix up between contractors about how to install the wiring so it had to be done over. Provider name locked. tested the fireplace several times. He gave good instructions to a carpenter about building a box to support the insert.
Stone tile around the insert: Provider name locked. did a beautiful job, and he arranged the tiles just the way I wanted them. He worked with my carpenters to design the framing to accommodate the design for wood trim and mantle that I wanted.
Rebuilt the chimney from the roof up: The masonry itself is professional. This took a long time to complete due to the long winter and to various excuses (e,g, deaths, illnesses, other jobs started after ours). The scaffolding was left up longer than promised and that annoyed the neighbor who could not use his driveway. Communication on this issue was difficult for all of us.
Concrete cap on chimney: This looks great. Provider name locked. forgot to do a little piece of cap on the side, but he came back and did it later, no questions asked.
Provider name locked. pointing: Grinding went well. Missed a few "bee holes" the first time round. Provider name locked. came back later and filled those in.
Waterproofing: this went well.
Block cutting and installing a larger glass block window: Glass block looks great, and matches the other glass block windows in the basement.
Window well: Provider name locked. used landscape blocks that matched the style and color of a window well around another basement window. The blocks are level and fit exactly. They look great.
Fireplace doors: Provider name locked. picked doors of a style I wanted. Installation was professional. I was disappointed that the doors don't seal airtight as I had understood when we initially discussed the job. I felt this should have been discussed more before the doors were installed.
Epoxy floor:This didn't go so well. The grinder left many semi-circular and circular gouges in the floor which could not be ground out. So the floor is very uneven. Perhaps this was due to the quality of the existing concrete, but I don't really know. Then the epoxy paint he used didn't cover the floor. Provider name locked. did this over at his expense.
Communication: Early on, Provider name locked. kept me well-informed about when he would come and arrived as planned. However, there were times when calls and emails went unanswered for days. Scaffolding that blocked the neighbor's driveway was not removed when promised. During the second contract, the number of unanswered calls increased. Several times Provider name locked. promised to come and did not show up or explain why, which delayed all the other work that had to wait until after the floor was redone. It also meant I was having to arrange for my daughter to be elsewhere on days even when he didn't show up and put off other contractors. This happened at least half a dozen times.
Timeliness: There were several delays on the first job, attributed to weather but not entirely due to that, so the job took longer than we expected. Therefore, in the second contract we specified a start date (April 26, 2013) and an end date (May 10, 2013) and a penalty for missing the date. The job was not complete until the end of August, when he came to install the fireplace doors, to complete the Provider name locked. -pointing and waterproofing and to redo the floor.
- Barbara B.
Provider name locked. was courteous and came on time. He showed me options I had not
considered, pointed me to a floor design website and lent me a book of
small samples. He was responsive to my questions and submitted a fair
bid. He waited patiently as I considered all my options over several weeks.
I didn't choose to accept this bid because because my chosen
contractor was able to bundle the floor finishing with some other work
and start sooner.
- Barbara B.