Gardendale Bathroom Painting

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A Woman's Touch
Recent Review: Great job by Debbie. She worked real hard to get the job done on time. Work was great.
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The Painting Company of Birmingham
Recent Review: They did a great job. They were clean and professional.
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J. Howard Painting LLC
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Recent Review: Jesse was very quick to do the job exactly when he said he would. I found that his quote was very reasonable for the quality of work he performs as well!
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Estes Painting
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Business Description: Estes Painting Services was started in the 2001 by Mike Estes. Additional phone number: (205) 918-8982 2059188962 Award winning. Additional DBA - Estes Painting Corporation
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The Birmingham Handyman
Recent Review: We were home as we are both disabled, so it all took a little longer than usual, but he didn't disturb our normal routine. He was exceptionally nice the entire time. My wife and I are very pleased with everything he did and will not hesitate to call him again. Actually we've discussed our future plans with Mr. Dawson.
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T.C. Construction
Recent Review: We used TC Construction to fix up our home in order to sale the property. The work TC Construction did got us a great offer when we listed the property in October of 2018. The work was done exactly right and tailored to my liking. Tommy of TC Construction can do anything and everything when it come to home remodeling. We are talking to him getting estimates on doing some upgrades to our new home we just purchased.
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IRWIN BROTHERS REMODELING
Recent Review: I signed a contract in May, but the project didn’t begin until August because they had contracts ahead of mine. While I would have liked for the project to have started sooner, I was able to select tile, fixtures, etc., during the estimate phase, so that helped when the project began. Also, when it did begin, it began 100%. There was a site coordinator (Mike) assigned to my job. Mike arrived promptly at 7:30am each business day. He had carpenter duties on the project and also coordinated with others assigned to the job (Irwin Brothers staff and subcontractors), also with Paul and with me. Some days there might be only Mike and one or two more people on site, but some days there might be eight or nine people in and out during the day. But always Mike. Mike got things set up every morning, and he picked up, swept up, and locked up at the end of each working day. Yep, even if I was home, Mike checked to make sure all doors were locked before he left I think Mike is an extremely talented/skilled trim carpenter and versatile handyman. He was very conscious about every task. He epitomized the carpenter rule of “measure twice, cut once”. Sometimes things took a little longer than I hoped, but when Mike was done, it was done right. I was pleased with the quality of staff assigned to my project, both Irwin Brothers Remodeling employees and subcontractors. Most had worked with Paul for a long time, so everyone knew his/her job and was able to get right to it. They were also likeable. Paul served as the project manager and designer for the project. Paul came by the site every day, and people on the project took direction from him. He had a few other projects going on concurrently, but he kept himself informed and visually inspected daily, and was very responsive if I had questions or needed to talk about anything. There were times that I told Paul that I thought he didn’t give his site coordinator enough authority or, perhaps, respect. However, I had specifically contacted Paul for this project because I was happy with the creative ideas, attention to detail, and devotion on quality he showed the prior project he had done for me, so I’m not sure I would have been satisfied if he had taken a lesser role. So it worked out fine. The actual time and cost of the remodeling work/materials for the kitchen and two bathrooms (as addressed under the original estimate and contract signed in May) tracked very close to the estimates. As I got more comfortable with the progress of the main project, I began to add the additional projects. The additional projects cost approximately 80% as much as the original project. I mention this to make a couple of points: First, that the original estimate for the kitchen and two baths was very detailed and tracked closely. Secondly, that it’s easy to run up significant cost by adding projects as you go along, so don’t be tempted do that unless they are projects you have already planned to do and budgeted for. In my case, I had planned to do some of these projects serially, but felt the team in place was right for them and that I might get some synergies by having them done at the same time. Being a non-morning-person who needs significant amount of personal time/space, it was a bit stressful to have to have people in her house at 7:30am for over 3 months, but now that it’s done, I’m very glad we muscled through it. One last comment is that I thought the detail of the weekly invoices was excellent. I love my “new” house. If I have additional remodeling projects, Paul will be first on my list of people to call.

Reviews in Gardendale to Paint Bathroom

AA Woman's Touch
As usual Debbie showed up right on time and got right to work - no coffee and cigarettes - they just get right to work. All finished in two days and they left without a trace. They never make a mess or leave a mess . Paint work is excellent and their prices are very good. Warning: do not get in their way - you may get run over. They come to work, not chat.
- Ec T....
AJ. Howard Painting LLC
Jesse was very quick to do the job exactly when he said he would. I found that his quote was very reasonable for the quality of work he performs as well!
- Jana S....
ANo Peel Painting & Remodeling
This is the second time this year that I have used this company.  I feel that I get great work at a great price.  They are at your home when they say they will be, and are finished on time - or earlier.
- Lamar J....
AThe Birmingham Handyman
We were home as we are both disabled, so it all took a little longer than usual, but he didn't disturb our normal routine. He was exceptionally nice the entire time. My wife and I are very pleased with everything he did and will not hesitate to call him again. Actually we've discussed our future plans with Mr. Dawson.
- Kerry C....
AT.C. Construction
We used TC Construction to fix up our home in order to sale the property. The work TC Construction did got us a great offer when we listed the property in October of 2018. The work was done exactly right and tailored to my liking. Tommy of TC Construction can do anything and everything when it come to home remodeling. We are talking to him getting estimates on doing some upgrades to our new home we just purchased.
- Taylor A....
ANo Peel Painting & Remodeling
First, Mark arrived at the time we had agreed to meet.  This is a huge hurdle, as most of you know.  I got multiple estimates for this job.  Mark provided a complete writtten estimate.  When comparing, his price was the best.  He did a great job removing multiple layers of wallpaper and repairing the walls.  One thing that impressed me most was that they completely covered everything to protect floors and fixtures.  Included in the price was all materials, which saved me time and hassle of having to procure gallons of paint.  When Mark started, he gave me a completion date.  I was very happy that he was able to deliver.  The paint job is excellent.  Everything was cleaned up when he left.  I will definitely be using him for future projects.
- Lamar J....
AIRWIN BROTHERS REMODELING
I signed a contract in May, but the project didn’t begin until August because they had contracts ahead of mine. While I would have liked for the project to have started sooner, I was able to select tile, fixtures, etc., during the estimate phase, so that helped when the project began. Also, when it did begin, it began 100%. There was a site coordinator (Mike) assigned to my job. Mike arrived promptly at 7:30am each business day. He had carpenter duties on the project and also coordinated with others assigned to the job (Irwin Brothers staff and subcontractors), also with Paul and with me. Some days there might be only Mike and one or two more people on site, but some days there might be eight or nine people in and out during the day. But always Mike. Mike got things set up every morning, and he picked up, swept up, and locked up at the end of each working day. Yep, even if I was home, Mike checked to make sure all doors were locked before he left I think Mike is an extremely talented/skilled trim carpenter and versatile handyman. He was very conscious about every task. He epitomized the carpenter rule of “measure twice, cut once”. Sometimes things took a little longer than I hoped, but when Mike was done, it was done right. I was pleased with the quality of staff assigned to my project, both Irwin Brothers Remodeling employees and subcontractors. Most had worked with Paul for a long time, so everyone knew his/her job and was able to get right to it. They were also likeable. Paul served as the project manager and designer for the project. Paul came by the site every day, and people on the project took direction from him. He had a few other projects going on concurrently, but he kept himself informed and visually inspected daily, and was very responsive if I had questions or needed to talk about anything. There were times that I told Paul that I thought he didn’t give his site coordinator enough authority or, perhaps, respect. However, I had specifically contacted Paul for this project because I was happy with the creative ideas, attention to detail, and devotion on quality he showed the prior project he had done for me, so I’m not sure I would have been satisfied if he had taken a lesser role. So it worked out fine. The actual time and cost of the remodeling work/materials for the kitchen and two bathrooms (as addressed under the original estimate and contract signed in May) tracked very close to the estimates. As I got more comfortable with the progress of the main project, I began to add the additional projects. The additional projects cost approximately 80% as much as the original project. I mention this to make a couple of points: First, that the original estimate for the kitchen and two baths was very detailed and tracked closely. Secondly, that it’s easy to run up significant cost by adding projects as you go along, so don’t be tempted do that unless they are projects you have already planned to do and budgeted for. In my case, I had planned to do some of these projects serially, but felt the team in place was right for them and that I might get some synergies by having them done at the same time. Being a non-morning-person who needs significant amount of personal time/space, it was a bit stressful to have to have people in her house at 7:30am for over 3 months, but now that it’s done, I’m very glad we muscled through it. One last comment is that I thought the detail of the weekly invoices was excellent. I love my “new” house. If I have additional remodeling projects, Paul will be first on my list of people to call.
- Sandra C....