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  • A
    Dickson's Painting
    Older home with Plaster and Lath. The plaster was coming down in a couple of sections. Dan secured the healthy plaster, then safely removed the damaged sections, patched and textured it to match the existing ceiling and walls. Fantastic work! I would definitely use him again.
    - Aaron K.
  • A
    From the Ground Up Landscape and Construction
    I received an unexpected benefit recently when time came to do some work on our house in preparation for a move. I had contracted From the Ground Up (FGU) for lawn service for around eight years. When I contacted the owner, Jim Miller, about doing some landscaping work, I discovered that Jim also does home repairs and remodeling. Though we were in the process of getting bids on several specific projects needing attention, I asked Jim for bids on those same projects. I ended up using FGU on all but three of those projects, mostly because of price. To be truthful, I wish I had gone with FGU for two of the jobs for which we went with a different contractor, even though I would have paid a little more. In this case "you get what you pay for" was certainly true. The work done by the FGU crews was excellent, exceeding our expectations. I cannot recommend From the Ground Up more highly to those looking for a full-service remodeling of their homes and properties.
    - Steve H.
  • D
    Mr. James Coe, owner of Repair Pro was the only contractor out of several we found on Angieslist who took the time to come out and give us an estimate on our bathroom. His prices seemed reasonable, and I was impressed with the way he handled himself on our first meeting. Sadly my high hopes deteriorated over the next several months.
    I took video at the end of every day they actually showed up for work, so I was very aware of what progress had been made each day. Additionally, for both our protection and the contractor's, we had a friend or family member present while we were at work during the day, so we had detailed knowledge of their coming and going.
    I would put another "Re" in front of "Repair" & drop the "Pro" because a large amount of time was spent re-repairing what had been botched previously.
    I vividly remember questioning the plausibility of the initial estimate Mr Coe gave us of one week for taking a bathroom from bare studs to fully functional. In my mind I figured it would be much closer to a full two weeks after encountering the inevitable unexpected obstacles inherent in any construction job. I was proved wrong; not two weeks, not three, but over three months later the project was finally finished.
    A lack of appropriate supervision and virtually non-existent time management marred the entire job. It was readily apparent the amount of contracts Mr. James Coe had spread himself to thin and accepted more jobs than he and his staff could adequately handle in terms of timeliness and quality. Workers were shuffled around from job to job, and their abilities to perform the tasks at hand were never called into question, resulting in unqualified people attempting work they never should have begun in the first place.
    We rarely if ever saw Mr. James Coe during the whole process. Despite leaving a large note taped to the back door from day one with both my wife's cell phone number and mine, communication was all but non-existent regarding our preferences. Much of what had to be torn out and re-repaired could have been prevented had someone called and asked us what we wanted to do before presumptuously deciding themselves what we wanted our bathroom to look like. Here is a sample of the work that had to be redone:
    Float out drywall properly and re-texture.
    Replace the entire mosaic tile floor.
    Replace the mosaic tub skirt
    Replace a broken piece of marble trim
    Repaint all the trim
    Re-faux over the walls for a consistent finish
    Tear out and replace edging around the bathtub.
    Fill in the large gap on the top of the door casing.
    I had done the demo work myself, so Re-Repair (Pro) had a blank slate. I got home around 3 PM several days into the project and asked the person watching our house how things were coming along. They said Connor, the longest tenured worker James had, showed up around 10, spent a large amount of time on his cell phone, and did little to nothing until I got home around 3 PM. His sudden industriousness occurred only after I had questioned him about the amount of progress (really the lack thereof) made.
    Then I noticed one of our table lamps in the middle of the bathroom floor connected with my extension cord to the outlet in the adjacent bedroom where the lamp had came from. When I inquired why he chose to use a table lamp as a light source and felt free to help himself to my extension cord, he replied "Well, I went in your garage and found your halogen work light, but couldn't figure it out, so I took the extension cord in there and decided to use the lamp instead. I was just trying to get the job done..."
    It was only then, a bit past three in the afternoon, he realized his cordless battery was dead after installing only one or two partial sheets of Sheetrock in the closet.
    Had he been working instead of iPhoning that morning, he would have realized his battery was dead and retrieved the charger (which I was told was on another job site) during lunch along with an extension cord and work light; all things he should have brought in the first place.  
    The entire mosaic floor and tub skirt had to be redone, and I'm regretting not insisting on the backsplash be replaced too. All of the mosaic tile was "lipping" badly; instead of being flat and level there were uneven elevations throughout, leaving the entire surface bumpy and jagged. Imagine a made bed with a slew of children toys underneath the tucked sheets. The width of the black marble margin was surrounding the mosaic was uneven as well. I expected more resistance when I insisted the floor be pulled up and replaced, but Mr. Coe handled it well and didn't argue. He replaced the entire floor at his cost, but not the backsplash.
    Workers routinely showed up between 9:30-10:00 AM to begin work, took at least an hour for lunch around 12:00, and left between 4:30 and 5:00.
    Multiple times we had to remind and re-remind workers, or Mr. Coe himself, of details we wanted addressed. There was a large enough gap between the wall and the top of the doorway casing I could fit my entire hand between it and the wall.
    Each joint in the crown moulding, base board, door casing and chair rail had a noticeable gap from being cut too short, something that was later glossed over with caulking and another coat of paint.
    We asked if Mr. Coe used licensed electricians and were told it wasn't necessary unless we were installing a new breaker. Two days without power to several rooms later and an entire day spent trying to troubleshoot what ended up being an improperly wired light fixture, it was apparent a qualified electrician might have been a good idea.
    Re-Repair (Pro) cleaned out their grout and thinset buckets between a rose bush and AC unit, leaving a hardened mass of grout in the lawn and the entire area discolored. After telling him this was unacceptable, they instead to choose another spot in my lawn to clean out their equipment on top of a partially sunken concrete slab I was trying to break up and excavate, thereby turning the remaining fragments into a cohesive slab all over again.
    I supplied about a half gallon of paint for them to use when they finished a drywall patch. I came home and found the lid mangled and half open, leaving the remaining paint exposed and therefore ruined. The "patch" was not floated/feathered into the remaining plaster, leaving a clear outline of where the repair had taken place. They redid this as well.
    I had to go back over the part of the yard they used to cut tile and pick up marble fragments out of my lawn before I mowed over them. They also left a mess in the basement I had to ask to be cleaned up.
    The drywall taping around the window opening was full of bubbles around the edges. When I asked them to be fixed, instead of cutting them out, he just repainted over where the old paint had cracked and fell off.
    A piece of black marble edging around the backsplash was cracked in half and installed anyways, but replaced upon request.
    The wainscoting and cabinet arrived with several scratches/blemishes on the surface which were halfheartedly sanded out and inadequately filled.
    We decided to have a wooden window sill put in rather than straight drywall, but this still ended up on the punchlist despite us mentioning it several times during the three months.
    We had to request an actual threshold be put in between the wooden floor and the new bathroom floor which stood a half inch taller instead of the segment of half round mouldling that was slapped on the end initially. 
    Our closet is still unfinished, the wrong light fixture was put in and one wall was left unpainted. If it wasn't inside a closet that gets little use I would have insisted it be finished properly.
    Two employees quit (or were fired depending on who you talked to) during the three month duration of the job, with at least one complaining of going unpaid for several days.
    Never once was their an apology for the shoddy work or the absurd way the job dragged on and on. Rather, we were told how fortunate we were that James knew how to fix the self-inflicted construction wounds himself, and that most companies would be up a creek in this situation.
    We were never once irate or rude to Mr. Coe or any other employee of Repair Pro. I was firm about the floor being replaced and the final punch list, but the last thing I wanted was to risk prolonging a job that had already been dragged out far far beyond what we were initially promised.
    If my neighbor's dog house needed fixing I might recommend Re-repair (Pro), but only if I didn't care for their dog. 

    - Abraham D.
  • A
    Gordon's Painting & Drywall
    They showed up on time (actually a little early which was great), got right to work.  It was Mike and his son Justin. They told us step by step what they were going to do and where they wanted to start.  Actually asked us if we would prefer they start somewhere else.  Their concern for our comfort during the process was amazing.  Mike did a beautiful job on the texturing, matching it to our existing texture. These guys know their business. We told them they didn't need to worry about our carpet since we are getting that replaced but they made sure they covered it as well as all the furniture.  We had errands to run off and on during the 2-1/2  days of painting and texturing and we were very comfortable leaving them in the house without us there. Before leaving, they helped with the furniture and kept asking if they could do anything else as far as getting the place back to semi-normal (it won't be normal again until the carpet is laid!!).  Everything was clean, no drops or spills.  He takes great pride in his work and that's something we don't see a lot of anymore.  He does everything he can to make the entire process as easy as he can on the homeowners.  We even called him the day after regarding a question we had about primer for a manufactured door and he was so kind and informative.  Went out of his way to help us find what we were looking for.  I can't say enough about how great they are. We will definitely use them again and recommend them to anyone needing these services.
    - Jan R.
  • A
    Dickson's Painting
    Daniel did an excellet job! Again!  This was the second time he has removed wallpaper and painted for me.  He has done a great job both times.  He had to patch places on the ceilings as well, and you can't see any sign of the repair.  He is very conscientious and his workmanship is impeccable.  He does exactly what he says he will do and when he says he will.  I could not be any happier with the experience.  His prices are very reasonable and he is great to work with.  I highly recommend him and will definitely use him again.
    - Debra R.
  • A
    Shane's Handyman Service
    Shane was very professional and did a great job. He worked very quickly. These were things that I had wanted done for a very long time. Angie's list helped me to find the right person to do the work.
    - KAREN W.
  • A
    I connected with James almost one year ago when we first moved into our house.  He was recommended by a friend.  We started out with a few projects - add a ceiling fan, replace a light, add some storage to our master closet - and then added some more projects after getting to know James a little bit.  He is professional, timely (and always communicates when he is running late or early), and very talented.  I was especially impressed with his woodworking skills in working on our closet so we asked him to build a mantle and then to eventually build our breakfast nook.
    One thing I appreciate about James is that in addition to doing the work you ask, he has a good design sense and good taste so I rely on him for helping me think of how things should look, what color they should be, etc.  I also like that he doesn't need a lot of direction.  Once you go over the list and agree on the work, he just does it and doesn't need a lot of oversight or direction.  Of course, he asks questions and checks in along the way but he is a strong independent worker.
    Anytime we have a problem or something we want to do to the house, James is our first call!  We enjoy working with him and look forward to our future projects.  I highly recommend James!
    - lori b.
  • A
    Handyman Matters Of Oklahoma City
    All the communication was excellent with everyone (Jill, Pete, the work crew).  Everyone showed up on time as scheduled, and the work was done actually ahead of schedule and fell within the estimate.  The crew did an excellent job patching water damage on my ceilings and blended it well with the surrounding area, you can't even tell.  By far the most positive home repair experience I have ever had.  
    - Eric L.
  • A
    We were very satisfied with Sooner Pride Paint and Power. The price was reasonable. They did an awesome job and they were timely. They are very prompt with calling back and giving us the scheduling times of when they would come out. It was all an easy process with them. They are a father and son team and they were very nice and courteous.
    - Dedric J.
  • A
    William Beard
    I was introduced to Mr. Beard recently as I was looking for someone to do plaster repair on our house in a historic district. Everyone we had been talking to until this point wanted to put in a piece of drywall and then cover that with a coat of plaster. 
    He was the first one that would actually do the plaster work. When he came over to look at the work, we found out that he's been doing this for over 60 years, we're glad to see that he's passing along his knowledge for others to follow. 
    He was careful to put down coverings on the floor where he planned on walking. He carefully cleaned up after himself (though there was still plaster dust that settled over the next few hours).
    The work was done very well and very quickly. He is a very pleasant man to work with. He always had a smile on.
    I would recommend him to work on small jobs on historic homes that need repair. You can ask about larger jobs (like replastering whole rooms), but he prefers smaller repair jobs.
    - Robert W.
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