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  • Provider name locked. arrived on time, was professional and very easy to work with. He informed me about what he planned to do when and stuck to the schedule. Everything went very smoothly (it was a 2-1/2 day job) and the outcome looks great--the new paint job is just what this room and these areas needed!
    - MERYL B.
  • Did Provider name locked. do a decent job of cleaning and painting our deck?  The Provider name locked. answer is "yes."  HOWEVER, I must add that firstly, the initial way in which this company was found was via an advertisement in Angie's List stating that the cost for cleaning a 250 foot square deck was $279.00, a fee which was required to be paid up front prior to the company coming out to our home for an evaluation and estimate.   After the visit to our home, we were advised that the approximate cost for a 700 square foot deck such as ours would be $2500.00.  But when the estimate arrived, it was, very CONVENIENTLY, $2779.00.   When I inquired whether the $279.00 would be subtracted from the total cost, allowing us to pay the $2500.00, as one would expect,   I was informed:  no, babe, you didn't read the fine print, Provider name locked. .   So basically we paid $279.00 for an estimate.  
    Secondly, we were told that as our deck is constructed of the first TREX composite, a non-clear sealant was available to be used so that dirt and stains would no longer sink into the porous surface; however, Provider name locked. simply used the same Provider name locked. Deckscapes stain used to cover the wooden railings, thus leaving it to be the same old dirt collecting surface, in which dirt becomes permanently embedded.  
    Thirdly, when the heavy furniture needed to be removed prior to cleaning, we, the homeowners were expected to do this intense physical activity rather than the company team;  frankly, for nearly $3,000.00, I think this task should have been undertaken by Provider name locked. .  When I voiced this opinion, I was told by the owner:  no Provider name locked. , you have to do this yourself; Provider name locked. , I've got a bad back.  And the owner was alone at this time; although he brought a crew to do the staining and cleaning, no crew was conveniently available to lift and move the heavy objects, causing us to enlist the assistance of a neighbor.
    When asked any questions, the owner, though a nice, friendly person, nonetheless talked over us, filibustered continually over any concerns, and frequently used mildly offensive, overly-familiar terms such as shortening our names or calling me, a woman, Provider name locked. , babe, honey, Provider name locked. , which I find inappropriate in business dealings.
    - Ronald C.
  • He had offered us a discount if we paid in advance a $750 check and the entire amount of the job was $1500.00. He had said that he would be back within a few weeks to finish the rest of the job. He never came back and always had an excuse. He continued to make promises and not keep them. We signed a contract in August and now in November he told me that he would not be able to come back and finish the job as he has medical obligations. We have tried to call him to work things out and he would not hear any of it. We contacted the contractor who had recommended this service provider to us and he also informed us that the service provider had stopped providing good service and was receiving many complaints from his customers. I would think that when you sign a contract, you should be liable and responsible for it. If not, then you should give the customer a refund for the work uncompleted as that is a break in the contractual agreement.
    - Carroll C.
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