Fruitdale Shower Door Installation

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Recent Review: terrible workmanship, had to redo many things. work still very shabby, floor was pitched wrong, shower door not right, grouting was redone & still falling out, etc
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Recent Review: I was extremely pleased with the whole experience with Creative Baths. The estimator arrived on time and was very knowledgeable and eager to answer all my questions. By far one of the most professional people I've ever dealt with. The scheduling went smooth and the installers showed up when expected. They worked very hard and were courteous and professional as well. The bathroom turned out to be beautiful and just what we needed. I would highly recommend Creative Baths, and are going to use them to re-do my mother's bathroom.
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Recent Review: after a few setbacks with plumbing, everything went good.
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Business Description: Hi my name is Chris Roark the owner of Roarks Construction i would like to say thank you for considering me to help you with your projects.I can promise that i will offer the best quality work possible at very competibale prices.All of my staff is very nice and respectable and very hard workers. I give free estements for any projects thank you again for taking time to check out a little bit about Roarks Construction.
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Recent Review: House 1 remodel went well. I received a comprehensive estimate, work was carried out in a timely manner, and inadequate repairs were brought to my standards fairly quickly. Repairs made were sheetrock, framing, finishing, painting, porch roof replacement, floor repair, siding repair, flashing installation, and linoleum installation.  After redoing the poor flashing install, siding repair and linoleum install I was satisfied.  House 2 was a simple sheetrock and paint job.  The finishing work was fine.  The painting however was rushed and in need of a second coat and I was left to repaint the area when he could not correct it in a timely manner.  Repair #2 was sheetrock repair, baseboard prime and paint.  All were done correctly.  House 3 was a difficult job which took several months.  During this time, there were very few disagreements on timeframe and scope of work which is good.  He did collect pay for jobs prior to their completion, which caused discord when items remaining were not really worth the time needed to complete them. Items done were: wall addition, laundry framing and sheetrock, finish work, painting, paneling replacement, door repair, door installation, floor repair, bead board installation, shower cement board installation, porch demo, decking and rail installation, and eave replacement.  Items of concern were cement board installation on the shower surround one inch off tub and too close to plumbing, sheetrock on the ceiling improperly installed (the crown molding was not removed and therefore there was a one inch gap between the ceiling and wall that had to be repaired), large gaps on new eaves, and some items were paid for but not completed or had to be redone included paint, touch up, pressure washing under porch, and siding repair. Upon final payment the remaining items were not attended to.  These included, painting the ceiling, painting closets, removing tape from outlet covers and painting under them.  House 4 was doorway arch, paint, ceiling repair, floor poly, flush mount light install, drain repair, dishwasher install, siding repair, window repair.  Here there was so much paint on the floor that it took me an entire day to remove.  After asking him to redo a lumpy mud job he left it to dry and did not return to prime and paint it.  Silicone was used instead of proper plumbing on the drain repair, which he did correct.  Items paid for and not completed were ceiling prime and paint, sheetrock touch up, and window repair and glazing.  Additional expense for ceiling $50.  House 5 was a simple paint job, window repair and deck pressure wash and railing replacement.  He took an extra half day to replace step tread that was fine and paint return vent covers.  There was so much paint on the floor that it took a day and a $50 floor sander rental to correct.  Items paid for and not completed were window sill caulk and paint.  Additional damage $100. At the end of each job it became more difficult to get things redone and finally with the last two houses ultimately it was my responsibility to redo.  He did however go above and beyond my expectations at many times.  The bottom line is this, he can do things well, but if he is busy or a job drags on he may leave items sub par.  Sheetrock work was good.  framing and carpentry were good.  Painting and trim were good except for paint splatter.  He is honest, which is rare. My only complaints are that I wish he would have taken some of the work of supervision off of me and I wish he would have finished as strong as he started.

Reviews in Fruitdale for Installing Shower Doors

Fthumbprint development corp
terrible workmanship, had to redo many things. work still very shabby, floor was pitched wrong, shower door not right, grouting was redone & still falling out, etc
- Alfred S....
ACreative Baths, LLC
I was extremely pleased with the whole experience with Creative Baths. The estimator arrived on time and was very knowledgeable and eager to answer all my questions. By far one of the most professional people I've ever dealt with. The scheduling went smooth and the installers showed up when expected. They worked very hard and were courteous and professional as well. The bathroom turned out to be beautiful and just what we needed. I would highly recommend Creative Baths, and are going to use them to re-do my mother's bathroom.
- Debra B....
AHandyMan LLC
AndaI lived in south Alabama where getting work done was very unreliable.  Mr. Windham traveled over 40 miles to get the work completed.  I had left the area and had to trust that the work was appropriately completed which my renter did confirm.  Mr. Windham is a man of his word, kept in touch via email (with pictures) regarding completion.  The price never changed, and he was completely professional and thorough.
- Signe O....
DRoarks Construction
Initially I was very pleased with Chris. The stair project went very well......design, execution and price were perfect The bathroom went well until the last day. Chris was not there and sent his father and helper to finish up. The flooring tiles were not laid properly and are now loose. Cleanup was shoddy. But the worst incident involved the bill, which Chris had already prepared. His father asked for additional money to be added to the total to pay his rent! He wanted two checks, one for him, and one for the helper. I stupidly did this but kept very careful records of what I consider illegal practice. I then began looking closely at all of my Lowe receipts. There were additional charges on every one for water, snacks, etc, things I shouldn't have had to pay for. I discussed the situation with Chris concerning overpayment, ie the extra money for his father. I have never had a reply or the money. I would never recommend this company to anyone.
- Carol H....
FScott Thomas Construction
Master bathroom renovation began on December 2, 2016. Mr. Thomas told us this was a 3-4 week job. When contractor was released on June 20, 2017, less than half of the promised services were completed. Over the 6 1/2 months of renovation, communication was sporadic. We were told that different providers hired for the job would not work in our home for different reasons. Mr. Thomas would not show up to work on our bathroom for weeks at a time. When we would finally get a text or call returned, we were given excuses for why he hadn't shown up. He also admitted to taking other jobs while we were left waiting. Items were taken from our home. These things ranged from contractor trash can to different tools to electronic devices. Although one item has been returned, the others, some missing for 5 months or more, haven't been returned. The few items that were finally returned were damaged. Mr. Thomas was paid more than half of his fee but did not produce results. He and his crew wasted materials. We purchased almost 20% more tile than he said he needed for the job. However, he has told us that there is no tile left to complete the bathroom floor and shower because one of the crew members was wasteful when cutting. Tile was glued down or even grouted only to be pulled up later. Very little of the clean up was performed by the contractor's crew. I had to carry the old vanity, shower doors, and other items out of my driveway to the curb to be picked up by the city. Many times floors were not covered with cloth, so the crew members who were in and out of the house left debris all over the floors and stains on the carpet. After a long ordeal without any one part of the job totally finished, Mr. Thomas has said he is in the hole for $2500 himself for an incomplete job quoted to cost $7500. We have not seen any receipts. I attempted to get him off this job sooner, but he had been keeping all of our materials that we had purchased in another place and would not return them. We eventually told him we no longer wanted him working on our remodel. Meanwhile, after almost seven months, we are left without a functioning master bathroom. We have found another builder to complete the work on our bathroom. He is having to take up floor and shower tile to make sure the job is done correctly. We just hope that the things Mr. Thomas and his crew did, such as plumbing, were done correctly so that we will not have issues later on. Hiring Scott Thomas to do this job has been a total waste of time and money.
- Julia H....
BB & B Residential Services
House 1 remodel went well. I received a comprehensive estimate, work was carried out in a timely manner, and inadequate repairs were brought to my standards fairly quickly. Repairs made were sheetrock, framing, finishing, painting, porch roof replacement, floor repair, siding repair, flashing installation, and linoleum installation.  After redoing the poor flashing install, siding repair and linoleum install I was satisfied.  House 2 was a simple sheetrock and paint job.  The finishing work was fine.  The painting however was rushed and in need of a second coat and I was left to repaint the area when he could not correct it in a timely manner.  Repair #2 was sheetrock repair, baseboard prime and paint.  All were done correctly.  House 3 was a difficult job which took several months.  During this time, there were very few disagreements on timeframe and scope of work which is good.  He did collect pay for jobs prior to their completion, which caused discord when items remaining were not really worth the time needed to complete them. Items done were: wall addition, laundry framing and sheetrock, finish work, painting, paneling replacement, door repair, door installation, floor repair, bead board installation, shower cement board installation, porch demo, decking and rail installation, and eave replacement.  Items of concern were cement board installation on the shower surround one inch off tub and too close to plumbing, sheetrock on the ceiling improperly installed (the crown molding was not removed and therefore there was a one inch gap between the ceiling and wall that had to be repaired), large gaps on new eaves, and some items were paid for but not completed or had to be redone included paint, touch up, pressure washing under porch, and siding repair. Upon final payment the remaining items were not attended to.  These included, painting the ceiling, painting closets, removing tape from outlet covers and painting under them.  House 4 was doorway arch, paint, ceiling repair, floor poly, flush mount light install, drain repair, dishwasher install, siding repair, window repair.  Here there was so much paint on the floor that it took me an entire day to remove.  After asking him to redo a lumpy mud job he left it to dry and did not return to prime and paint it.  Silicone was used instead of proper plumbing on the drain repair, which he did correct.  Items paid for and not completed were ceiling prime and paint, sheetrock touch up, and window repair and glazing.  Additional expense for ceiling $50.  House 5 was a simple paint job, window repair and deck pressure wash and railing replacement.  He took an extra half day to replace step tread that was fine and paint return vent covers.  There was so much paint on the floor that it took a day and a $50 floor sander rental to correct.  Items paid for and not completed were window sill caulk and paint.  Additional damage $100. At the end of each job it became more difficult to get things redone and finally with the last two houses ultimately it was my responsibility to redo.  He did however go above and beyond my expectations at many times.  The bottom line is this, he can do things well, but if he is busy or a job drags on he may leave items sub par.  Sheetrock work was good.  framing and carpentry were good.  Painting and trim were good except for paint splatter.  He is honest, which is rare. My only complaints are that I wish he would have taken some of the work of supervision off of me and I wish he would have finished as strong as he started.
- Jennifer F....