Nanafalia Bathroom Remodeling

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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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Sears Appliance Repair
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Dynamic Home Improvement
Recent Review: Called out 5 contractors for estimates one was Dynamic Home Improvement. They set a time of 1 pm to visit me and within 25 minutes (10 am) they They were here in an hour of me calling. They were polite and eager to look at the task at hand. Once inside my house they measured across my kitchen, bathroom and the shower. and measured the walls that needed the waynes coat removed. Shot me a price $3000 to remove the 40 year old lathe and subway tile from my shower, Remove waynes coat and redrywall the bathroom walls and repaint it.. Then put it all back together I also wanted the back spash on my kitchen tiled. They were here and gone in 20 minutes.   Now I know something about bids and who is trust worthy for jobs we have bought and sold 5 homes in our life and I have renovated every one of them a little at a time. 3 Kitchens, 7 bathrooms, 4 decks, a bedroom addition, a master bathroom addition even one 2 car garage. I have been around the block when it comes to contractors and i know who is good and who to watch out for.  My kitchen  is 200 square feet, the bathroom is 27 square feet  which 239 tile will be need to lay the floor (5% over the square footage) my tile with tax is 497.12. Labor only should cost 597.50 to just lay the tile on floor. There is linoleum and old school tile that needs to be taken up and the space needs to be brought down to the original sub floor. the removal of the two floors (linoleum and old school tile) should cost about 454.00 dollars to remove. Then a thin mud base should be applied to the sub floor with hardy backer put on top and 15 screws should be applied to each piece of hardy backer using hardy backer screws. once that is in place thinset should be used to adhere each tile to the floor. Hardy backer for 227 square feet is 159.68 for 16 sheets and there should be 227.00 dollars to lay that hardy backer and 66.00 for the 3 bags of then set and 22.55 for a big bag of grout. Total for floor cost 2023.85 This alos covered the cost of replacing 3 floor joist and removing and replacing all 27 squarefeet of rotten sub floor in my bathroom??? What do you think it should cost to do that? Try another thousand dollars. Now my shower shouldis 3X3 at 8 foot tall the square footage is 81 square feet to rip out a shower with lathe should be 150.00 and replace it is $343 in labor cost then to build a shampoo box is another 100.00 then there is putting in a new pan I perfer a shluter system at 450.00 for the kit and then 7 sheets of hardy backer at 68.86 mud alread included and left over from floor and then 168.48 for the cost of tile and an extra 62.02 for some decor tile and beveled for the edges. Plus a new shower valve and plumbing parts 148.22 for a shower total of 1617.30 Then there is the back splash 20 lenar feet. at 12 inch is high. It will take 120 six inch tileto do the entire backsplash 114.08 and thin set should be left over and grout. Labor should run about  250.00  for a total on the back splash 364.08 Remove 132 square feet of drywall re hang, tape and float and repaint walls. Material cost 5 sheets of drywall, small bucket of mud and one gallon of paint. 91.00 labor to complete job 376.00 Grand total of job cost $4017.00 and $5017 if they removed the sub floor in the bathroom and replaced the 8 ft long floor trusses. This company is 1017 to 2017 less then the usual cost. I wouldnt  trust these guys to rake my yard they were here to fast and gone to quick they are loud and to hyper and then their bid was so off of what is normal for a good contractor. Watch it with this group. I am sure they have additional prices after they get your stuff ripped up and from what i found out from the Better Business Bureau they have complaints for over charging and not doing what they contract says.

Review for Nanafalia Bathroom Remodeling

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....
FSears Appliance Repair
We live in Calera, Alabama, and we met with sales personnel on July 26, 2014, and signed contract, and paid in full.  Personnel came out two more times of taking measurements.  We were told that it would take 4 to 6 weeks for material to come in.  Four weeks went by and we contacted company to see what the status was.  We were asked, didn't anyone contact you?  When we said no, we were told that our contract had been cancelled three and 1/2 weeks before.  When we asked why, we were told that the material we selected would cover up the bathroom window, as what we ordered was to have the back cut out where the window was, so since this material wouldn't work, the order was cancelled.  We asked why we weren't called, they didn't have an answer.  I asked where do we go from here, and was told that we'd have to upgrade to the higher priced material, and it would be $1600.00 more.  I stated that we didn't have that amount of money, and that if they would have called us before they cancelled the contract, we could have worked something out, but since we prepaid for the instillation, we used the spare money we allotted for the job on other things.  We asked if we could have the upgraded material at no cost, and Sears paying the difference because we did nothing wrong, and since Sears screwed up, we should not be punished because it was their problem.  We were told by Dennis Sorrelle, the project coordinator, that no, we would have to pay the difference.  I proposed that we split the difference, and again, we were told no.  I then asked if we could pay the difference in six payments, and again it was "no"!  I then said that we really didn't want the window blocked, but if we could get our original material, it didn't matter if the window was covered.  Dennis said, that would work, and he would be back in touch with us in a week or two. Two weeks went by, and we called, and were told that the material came in, and the back piece was broken, and they would have to reorder.  We called two more times, and were told each time, a week apart, that again, the back pieces came in broken, and again, they would have to reorder.  On the third call, I told Dennis that we felt that we should be upgraded at no cost to us because, again, none of this was our fault.  Again, we were told, "no"!  I asked for his supervisor, and Dennis told us that it didn't matter who we called, because the decision would come back to him, and he would still say "no"!  So, we again said, ok, order a new back piece.  I tried calling the Florida number, and was told that they were only the scheduling department, and we'd have to call the project manager, Dennis.  We asked for the number of the CEO of Sears Home Improvement, and we were passed on to three different locations, and the last one, we were given the name of Jay Passman, the Director in the Birmingham office.  I placed two calls to his number, left messages, and never received a return call. On Tuesday, Sept. 2, Sears called and said that all the material and parts were received, and that they could come out on Wednesday, Sept 3 to install, I said "ok".  The contractor and plumber came out yesterday, and it took 8 hours for them to complete the job.  We were not satisfied with the results, as the installer did a lousy job of fixing the drywall he cut, and mudded.  There was gaps in several areas between the wall and the top of the back panel, and damage to the bottom of the window, and I have to repair where he messed up. I would advise anyone to steer clear of the Birmingham office, and find someone else to remodel your bathroom.  In all the years we have been using contractors, this is the worst project we've ever had, and the professionalism of Sears in in question.
- Becky W....
FDynamic Home Improvement
Called out 5 contractors for estimates one was Dynamic Home Improvement. They set a time of 1 pm to visit me and within 25 minutes (10 am) they They were here in an hour of me calling. They were polite and eager to look at the task at hand. Once inside my house they measured across my kitchen, bathroom and the shower. and measured the walls that needed the waynes coat removed. Shot me a price $3000 to remove the 40 year old lathe and subway tile from my shower, Remove waynes coat and redrywall the bathroom walls and repaint it.. Then put it all back together I also wanted the back spash on my kitchen tiled. They were here and gone in 20 minutes.   Now I know something about bids and who is trust worthy for jobs we have bought and sold 5 homes in our life and I have renovated every one of them a little at a time. 3 Kitchens, 7 bathrooms, 4 decks, a bedroom addition, a master bathroom addition even one 2 car garage. I have been around the block when it comes to contractors and i know who is good and who to watch out for.  My kitchen  is 200 square feet, the bathroom is 27 square feet  which 239 tile will be need to lay the floor (5% over the square footage) my tile with tax is 497.12. Labor only should cost 597.50 to just lay the tile on floor. There is linoleum and old school tile that needs to be taken up and the space needs to be brought down to the original sub floor. the removal of the two floors (linoleum and old school tile) should cost about 454.00 dollars to remove. Then a thin mud base should be applied to the sub floor with hardy backer put on top and 15 screws should be applied to each piece of hardy backer using hardy backer screws. once that is in place thinset should be used to adhere each tile to the floor. Hardy backer for 227 square feet is 159.68 for 16 sheets and there should be 227.00 dollars to lay that hardy backer and 66.00 for the 3 bags of then set and 22.55 for a big bag of grout. Total for floor cost 2023.85 This alos covered the cost of replacing 3 floor joist and removing and replacing all 27 squarefeet of rotten sub floor in my bathroom??? What do you think it should cost to do that? Try another thousand dollars. Now my shower shouldis 3X3 at 8 foot tall the square footage is 81 square feet to rip out a shower with lathe should be 150.00 and replace it is $343 in labor cost then to build a shampoo box is another 100.00 then there is putting in a new pan I perfer a shluter system at 450.00 for the kit and then 7 sheets of hardy backer at 68.86 mud alread included and left over from floor and then 168.48 for the cost of tile and an extra 62.02 for some decor tile and beveled for the edges. Plus a new shower valve and plumbing parts 148.22 for a shower total of 1617.30 Then there is the back splash 20 lenar feet. at 12 inch is high. It will take 120 six inch tileto do the entire backsplash 114.08 and thin set should be left over and grout. Labor should run about  250.00  for a total on the back splash 364.08 Remove 132 square feet of drywall re hang, tape and float and repaint walls. Material cost 5 sheets of drywall, small bucket of mud and one gallon of paint. 91.00 labor to complete job 376.00 Grand total of job cost $4017.00 and $5017 if they removed the sub floor in the bathroom and replaced the 8 ft long floor trusses. This company is 1017 to 2017 less then the usual cost. I wouldnt  trust these guys to rake my yard they were here to fast and gone to quick they are loud and to hyper and then their bid was so off of what is normal for a good contractor. Watch it with this group. I am sure they have additional prices after they get your stuff ripped up and from what i found out from the Better Business Bureau they have complaints for over charging and not doing what they contract says.
- Eric F....