Santee Exterior Trim Repair

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Business Description: Bright Skies General Contracting. We do all trades. Specializing in siding, decks, patio covers, interior and exterior trim, window and door replacement, remodeling. Always high quality workmanship by english speaking crews. Experience you can trust.
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Business Description: Our business is family owned and run. We are fully licensed, bonded and insured. We offer free and timely quotes for all jobs large or small. We aim to provide each client with a stress free and satisfactory project from start to finish.
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Business Description: thebesthandyman.com, we offer prompt reliable service, Free estimates, repairs, installation. We have 30 years experience. We offer a personal and friendly service. Just the 2 of us Charlie and Jesse.
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Business Description: Eco construction has 1-4 employees depending on the job size. We work with electrical and plumbing subs to provide us assistance and we offer senior citizen discounts
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Business Description: "From Rough To Finish, Quality & Service You Can Trust. San Diego & Orange Counties, We Are Committed To Your Satisfaction!" ~ Ethan Kolasinski
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Recent Review: Thomas responded quickly to our inquiry and was available for an estimate the next day. He started work the following day and, along with his son, completed the work ahead of schedule and under-estimate. He and his son worked hard every day and got things done quickly. The quality of work seems excellent (true test will be if our windows leak again next time it rains hard). We would hire Thomas again.
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Business Description: We are your full service remodeling company with over 15 years of experience. Trust Next Level Remodeling to bring out the beauty in your home with our professional staff and great customer service. We are licensed, bonded and insured. Doing the job right the first time is our priority. Call us today at for a free, no obligation estimate!
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Recent Review: All went as expected. France came right away and gave an estimate.  Actually, he suggested a more cost effective way to repair the trim.  He arrived on time and completed the work in a day.  I highly recommend Franco.
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Recent Review: Jamie was knowledgeable, professional, and easy to work with. He actually saved me some money by pointing out that some additional work I wanted him to do on damaged exterior trim would be done more efficiently by the painting company I was going to hire to paint the exterior. He showed up on time to do the work. He and his helper were quiet and considerate. The work they did is high quality and looks terrific. I gave him a B for responsiveness because sometimes it was a little difficult to reach him, but given that much of our communication was over the Christmas holiday, that is really a minor caveat.
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Recent Review: I've used this company before, so I knew they were awesome already. Myron is really good to work with, and is very responsive to any questions. He was able to work my job into the schedule pretty promptly, and the job itself was done quickly and professionally. The job took about two days total. His crew was very good about prepping the areas carefully and cleaning up afterwards. Their painting skills really good, and Myron is confident about the quality of the paint he uses. Having seen how fast the exterior trim paint faded out from prior work by another company (1.5 years!), I'll be super happy if this paint lasts as long as he thinks it will. In any case, I'll be hiring this company again!

Reviews in Santee to Repair Exterior Trim

ACarrasco Builders
Everything went very well.  David Carrasco returned my calls right away and was very proffesional.  He listened to what I needed and he and his painter came within the week I called.  He even gave me an excellent refferal to another company for some roofing repairs. I would definately recommend him!
- Gregory B....
AThe Problem Solver : Timely & Simply Professional Solutions
Thomas responded quickly to our inquiry and was available for an estimate the next day. He started work the following day and, along with his son, completed the work ahead of schedule and under-estimate. He and his son worked hard every day and got things done quickly. The quality of work seems excellent (true test will be if our windows leak again next time it rains hard). We would hire Thomas again.
- Joshua L....
CNext Level Remodeling Inc
Repair man for the kitchen tiles did a great job.  We're very happy with that.  The paint job was sloppy.  We had it repainted properly and well.  Never going to use them again.
- Cindy H....
AA 2 Z Handyman & Home Improvement
All went as expected. France came right away and gave an estimate.  Actually, he suggested a more cost effective way to repair the trim.  He arrived on time and completed the work in a day.  I highly recommend Franco.
- Ann D....
AGreener Rhythms
Jamie was knowledgeable, professional, and easy to work with. He actually saved me some money by pointing out that some additional work I wanted him to do on damaged exterior trim would be done more efficiently by the painting company I was going to hire to paint the exterior. He showed up on time to do the work. He and his helper were quiet and considerate. The work they did is high quality and looks terrific. I gave him a B for responsiveness because sometimes it was a little difficult to reach him, but given that much of our communication was over the Christmas holiday, that is really a minor caveat.
- Susan K....
ADON'T BLINK PAINTING INC
I've used this company before, so I knew they were awesome already. Myron is really good to work with, and is very responsive to any questions. He was able to work my job into the schedule pretty promptly, and the job itself was done quickly and professionally. The job took about two days total. His crew was very good about prepping the areas carefully and cleaning up afterwards. Their painting skills really good, and Myron is confident about the quality of the paint he uses. Having seen how fast the exterior trim paint faded out from prior work by another company (1.5 years!), I'll be super happy if this paint lasts as long as he thinks it will. In any case, I'll be hiring this company again!
- Sandra P....
BHandyman Connection - San Diego South
It was an unusual experience. One guy came and did the plumbing job and scheduled the paint job for the next work day. He was very nice but from talking with him, maybe not the most knowledgeable painter I've encountered. Then, the next work day, I got a call from company saying he had quit. So a different guy came to do the painting and job had to be rescheduled. Second guy did a great job on painting and I'm glad it was him doing it rather than the first guy. Overall, I'm very satisfied with work done but not sure I'm getting an experienced person to do a job if I call them.
- Sherry K....
ADON'T BLINK PAINTING INC
I'm very happy with Myron and his crew. To a man, they were conscientious, punctual, courteous, and hard working in up to 95 degree heat. They were each and all trustworthy and honest. They kept the work area clean as they worked, and cleaned up every night out of consideration to us. I was a professional handyman for about 8 years, but at 70 years old can no longer do this kind of heavy work. I'm mentioning that to give extra credence to this review. The reason I gave "Quality" a "B" instead of an "A" grade is that some of the wood was repaired instead of being replaced with new wood at my request . The painting and repair materials Myron selected are all very high qualty: paint, calks, screws, roofing material, etc. Myron and his crew were responsive to my wishes and all worked hard to please us, including sending a man to spend a full day changing something I wanted modified after the job was done. They personify all that I consider to be a professional attitude and commitment to customer service. I'm happy to give them an unqualified strong recommendation.
- David C....
FMichel Langlois
The gas cooktop was chaotic.  Michel did not examine the cooktop when he unpacked it to make sure it would fit in the space between the countertop and the electric oven beneath.  He did not attempt to slide the oven back into place until after the cooktop was installed in the counter and the gas line turned on and approved by the gas company.  (I myself could not move the heavy oven, nor was this my area of work or expertise.) At the last minute, discovering that the cooktop model I had bought (which I could have returned had it not been already installed) did not fit in the designated space, Michel had to come up with a creative fix -- trimming down the housing for the oven's fan -- which I was concerned about for safety reasons.  Michel told me his first priority was to make things right if any problems occurred, and that he wanted above all t o have me satisfied.  Luckily the oven fan works fine (I had an appliance service come by to check and approve it.)   The bathroom tile was the next job.  Michel had quoted me (1) a price to patch the tiles that had to be removed to access the leak, (2) a price to re-do the entire wall on that side of the tub, and (3) a price for the whole tub and shower.  Because the third price was so reasonable, I chose a complete re-do, as I also wanted to install a "deco band" (decorative strip of tile) which I had not ever had in my bathroom before.   Michel's progress in the bathroom was extremely slow.  A one-week job stretched into three weeks, heading for a fourth.  He often arrived at midday and only worked until 3 p.m. due to other commitments.  Some days were entirely skipped.  I work at home on my computer in my bedroom and having someone only a few feet away in the bathroom for so many weeks was very disruptive.  Plus, Michel was often on his cell phone while he worked, which meant I could not use my own phone due to two conversations going on at once.  I had to ask him to take his calls outside.   Michel did not properly plan the layout of the 4-inch white bath tiles.  When I saw that two very narrow sets of 3/4-inch strips were going into both inside corners of the bath (i.e., four vertical columns of what is known as "fiddlesticks"), I had him stop.  I had to re-think the whole layout myself, and came up with the addition of two more vertical decorative strips (at more materials expense) to eliminate the dozens of skinny corner pieces.  I did not know at the time that the "butter method" (smearing mortar on the back of each tile) that Michel was using was absolutely not appropriate for a tub/shower where moisture could build up behind the tiles in the many gaps that remained and cause mildew issues.  I did notice that the tiles he had affixed to the wall by pressing them on with his hands (with thick mortar patties stuck to the back of them) were jutting out at angles (i.e., not on a level plane) and asked him about this.  He said the problem was with my uneven bathroom walls, and that when he grouted everything "it would all blend in and look fine."  I did not know that the rounded bullnose tiles he used on the outer corner of one wall were really meant for kitchen countertops.  I asked why they were so thick, and he said they were intended for wall corners.   I did not know that the sanded grout Michel used was not right for a tub/shower setting.  As the job headed for its fourth week, I pressed him to please finish as I needed my bathroom and life back.  He said, "It doesn't affect you.  You have another bathroom."  I was dismayed.  I told him not to bother to seal the tile as I would do it myself.  I just wanted him out, with his load of equipment taking up my patio and garage.  I told him I had decided not to continue with him for the other work I had planned.  His entire attitude changed with this information and when I tried to explain my position, he told me, "I don't care what you have to say."  He was still in my bathroom, doing the final caulking.   I paid him what he had asked for ($940), including materials ($254).  I had also spent $100 for the deco tiles, making a job total of $1294.  I was satisfied with the look of the deco tiles and thought I could call in another company to remove the most uneven areas of Michel's work on the bathtub walls and replace those tiles.  I started calling tile setters.  The owner of Tile Tech Installers of Oceanside was willing to come down to take a look.  I pointed out what I thought were the worst spots and he only shook his head.  He said he could not even begin to tell me what was wrong -- there was so much.  He pointed out the kitchen bullnose tiles, the overuse of mortar to build out the walls, the sanded grout, a nd the many, many "wobbly" looking, improperly set tiles.  I asked what it would cost to tear out the whole job and do it again.  He gave me a price of $1800 and said he could begin the next day.   When Tile Tech did the demolition of Michel's tile job, they were aghast.  They showed me how much the wall had been built out (with "thinset" -- supposed to be thinly used) and all the mortar globs everywhere that would have created a serious mildew issue.  They also pointed out the dings in my high-quality cast-iron tub that Michel had created when he put in the waterproof board.  Fortunately, they did a beautiful job themselves, in only 4 days, and I have ended up with a lovely bathroom.  Unfortunately, I had to pay for materials (and labor) all over again.  The same day I hired Tile Tech, I called Michel and left a message saying that I had learned how much was wrong with his installation and was going to have the entire job ripped out and redone.  I asked him to please call me to discuss this, but I never heard back from him.
- Sofia S....