Bennett Fiberglass Shower Repair

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Business Description: Serving all of metro Denver and surrounding areas since "94". Only top of the line products with craftsmanship second to none. Sole proprietor, no subcontractors doing the work. Do it once, do it right. Reglazing Bath tubs, sinks & tile. Repair & regrout tile. Install safety non slip bottoms & grab bars. Reglaze shower pans. Install shower doors & new drain assemblies. Fiberglass, acrylic, porcelain & ceramic chip &crack repair. Color match
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Business Description: Bathcrest of Denver has been owned by Barry Thomas for 29 years. He does all of our work and our product has a five year guarantee and life expectancy of 15-20 years. He is one of the best you'll find to do your chip repairs and resurfacing all on your location. All of his work is completed in one day. In addition, Bathcrest is the pioneer of the tub "Walk-Thru" where we cut the side wall of your existing tub to allow easy access for the physically challenged. All that we offer are much more affordable than any standard remodel.
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Business Description: Alsco is a family owned & operated business. We've been serving the Denver and surrounding areas over 60 years. Most of the products we carry, have a lifetime warranty. If you are ever dissatisfied with any aspect of our merchandise, service or the way we do business, please let us know. We are pledged to resolve any misunderstanding or complaint, because a satisfied customer is our most important goal
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Business Description: Miracle Method has been refinishing bathtubs, tile, and countertops for over 35 years and has thousands of satisfied customers. Today we offer more durable coatings, more fashionable colors, and our revolutionary Natural Accents® stone finishes. More people than ever before are using refinishing to stretch their remodeling budgets and makeover their kitchen and baths literally overnight. Refinishing performed with the right materials and using the right procedures produces incredibly beautiful results! But not all refinishing is the same. No other refinisher delivers the quality work or level of service consistently offered by Miracle Method. We offer superior adhesion, superior finish & feel, superior craftsmanship, superior service, superior reputation and track record, superior materials and superior procedures and techniques.
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Recent Review: I called a number of tub refinishing companies, both local and national. Colorado Tub Repair laid out exactly what their methods were and what it would cost. I liked the fact that they are a local company and that they used etching as part of the refinishing process--I had read that if etching isn't used, then it's not worth it. Our 1978 porcelain tub looks GORGEOUS, like new! The work was done in a timely manner and the workers cleaned up nicely after the work was done. We were given instructions for keeping our tub looking as gorgeous as it does now, and a warranty which will transfer to the next homeowners, which is nice because we are putting our home on the market soon. Everyone was professional and courteous. We're going to have them come back out and refinish our fiberglass shower pan downstairs.
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Recent Review: We have been remodeling parts of our home.   The harvest gold fiberglass bathtub/shower combo in the lower level was in bad shape and the white one upstairs was bad too.  It would have been a huge job to replace them so I decided to check out bathtub refinishing.  I found Bath Pro on Angie's list.  I had them both refinished in white.  They are 40 years old but they look like new.  I even got a discount for having them both done at the same time.  I am very satisfied with the outcome.
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Recent Review: I've used them in the past, and they're a very professional company. They've always been good to us, and they were able to find the problem with my bathtub even though I'm going to need to replace it entirely. I'd highly recommend their services.
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Recent Review: Andrew will certainly work independently, but he also welcomes homeowner participation. With this project, I agreed to do most of the staining and sealing on the door if Andrew would help me get started on it (I was a little nervous about diving into it on my own). So he did just that (he even lent us his sawhorses for the job). We worked together staining one side of the door, and he offered me tips along the way. I completed the remaining staining and sealing on the door. The door frame, which was wood rather than fiberglass, also needed to be stained, and I panicked when the stain seemed to have gone on too dark. Andrew came over, calmed my nerves and helped me even out the stain. :) Eventually, we were ready to hang the door. Andrew brought an assistant and spent pretty much an entire day getting the door hung. He is unflappable dealing with problems. (Turns out the new door was slightly shorter than the old door. He was able to work some magic and make it fit.) After the door was hung, we discovered we had the wrong door hardware (supplier's fault, not his). In the meantime, Andrew taped up the gaping hole in the door and we got by using the deadbolt. When the proper hardware arrived, Andrew came out again and installed it, and did some final caulking. I actually don't recall what I paid Andrew, but I think my estimate is pretty close, and I definitely feel that he is worth his weight in gold.
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Business Description: We are specialists in home maintnenance and repair. Most of our work is warranted for one year. Angie's List members receive a $15 discount for first time service; we do offer seniors 60+ a 10% discount off of labor up to a $50 discount, however, a customer receives one discount - whichever is better for the customer.
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Business Description: Bell Home Solutions was established in 1926 and has been family owned and operated ever since. From depressions to World Wars, we've survived every bump and turn in the road that arose over the years. We have been a trusted provider of electrical, HVAC, plumbing and remodeling services throughout the Denver metro area most of the century. And there is no other kitchen and bath showroom like ours in the country. Our technicians are trained to provide top quality service for every one of our customers, whether you need a new bathroom fixture installed or would like a new furnace for your home's heating system. We are on call 24/7 for emergency repairs if something should ever go wrong, so you know you'll never be without heat or fresh water for long. If you need assistance with any component of your home's heating, plumbing or ventilation systems, call Bell Home Solutions today for expert, professional service.

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ACELESTIAL REFINISHING
The serviceman arrived right on time. He was very professional and friendly. The whole process took about 4 hours, he worked quietly, my two-year old was not in the least scared or bothered by loud noises. The shower, which had looked terrible, now looks like new. The cost was less than half what replacing the stall would have cost, and the results are great. I would highly recommend them to anyone looking at refinishing or replacing a tub or shower.
- Keith K....
AColorado Tub Repair, LLC
I called a number of tub refinishing companies, both local and national. Colorado Tub Repair laid out exactly what their methods were and what it would cost. I liked the fact that they are a local company and that they used etching as part of the refinishing process--I had read that if etching isn't used, then it's not worth it. Our 1978 porcelain tub looks GORGEOUS, like new! The work was done in a timely manner and the workers cleaned up nicely after the work was done. We were given instructions for keeping our tub looking as gorgeous as it does now, and a warranty which will transfer to the next homeowners, which is nice because we are putting our home on the market soon. Everyone was professional and courteous. We're going to have them come back out and refinish our fiberglass shower pan downstairs.
- Laura J....
ABATH PRO INC
We have been remodeling parts of our home.   The harvest gold fiberglass bathtub/shower combo in the lower level was in bad shape and the white one upstairs was bad too.  It would have been a huge job to replace them so I decided to check out bathtub refinishing.  I found Bath Pro on Angie's list.  I had them both refinished in white.  They are 40 years old but they look like new.  I even got a discount for having them both done at the same time.  I am very satisfied with the outcome.
- Helene H....
ABill Smith Plumbing & Heating Inc
I've used them in the past, and they're a very professional company. They've always been good to us, and they were able to find the problem with my bathtub even though I'm going to need to replace it entirely. I'd highly recommend their services.
- Margaret M....
AAndrew's Maintenance and Repair
Andrew will certainly work independently, but he also welcomes homeowner participation. With this project, I agreed to do most of the staining and sealing on the door if Andrew would help me get started on it (I was a little nervous about diving into it on my own). So he did just that (he even lent us his sawhorses for the job). We worked together staining one side of the door, and he offered me tips along the way. I completed the remaining staining and sealing on the door. The door frame, which was wood rather than fiberglass, also needed to be stained, and I panicked when the stain seemed to have gone on too dark. Andrew came over, calmed my nerves and helped me even out the stain. :) Eventually, we were ready to hang the door. Andrew brought an assistant and spent pretty much an entire day getting the door hung. He is unflappable dealing with problems. (Turns out the new door was slightly shorter than the old door. He was able to work some magic and make it fit.) After the door was hung, we discovered we had the wrong door hardware (supplier's fault, not his). In the meantime, Andrew taped up the gaping hole in the door and we got by using the deadbolt. When the proper hardware arrived, Andrew came out again and installed it, and did some final caulking. I actually don't recall what I paid Andrew, but I think my estimate is pretty close, and I definitely feel that he is worth his weight in gold.
- Rohit D....
CGrandma's Handyman Service, Inc.
From first contact to someone actually doing work took about a month. One person showed up but didn't return so they sent another person out. This person noticed our electrical plugs were dangerous and told us it was more important we fix the electrical than the other stuff on our 'handyman list.' He came in the following week and did the work. Then he left the power off and said he wouldn't turn it back on until we replaced a certain cord on this filter we have. Even though all of us were aware we were not to plug in or use the filter until it was fixed. I appreciate his concern but we are adults and his choice to keep the power off interfered with the services we perform at our business. I had to call his boss to get him to turn on the power. He returned and turned on the power for no charge. I could only trust that they were telling me the truth about the electrical being dangerous, I believe it was true. But the whole process of getting a person there to actually work took way too many phone calls and way too long. And what struck me as strange was when I asked if I should report this to the fire inspector the owner of this company said it would only cause me more trouble than it's worth. That may be true but I don't know it just left me uncomfortable. Because every year a fire inspector comes in and in 5 years has never mentioned the electrical plugs as dangerous. But better safe than sorry, so I put out the money to get them fixed. But we still haven't fixed the items on our original 'handyman list.' I won't use them again mostly because of how long it took to get the work started and the cost, at $120.00 an hour I believe I can find another handyman that would do a great job and be willing to do the work for 1/2 of that price.
- Sherri W....
DMiracle Method
Someone showed up 70 minutes late, told us that the person that we had scheduled was busy and would not be able to make it. He was not qualified to perform a color match, but wanted to see if the one shade of white he did have matched. It of course did not, he informed us that color matching was an addition 100 more then what was estimated (despite our making it clear when scheduling the appointment that color matching was required.) He then set up an appointment with the skilled technician the next day at 8:00 am. After he left we double checked the appointment time with the office, and was told that he would not be able to get there until 10:30. We canceled the appointment
- Kenneth L....
CAndrew's Maintenance and Repair
The plumbing repair went very well. Andrew identified places on the roof that needed some patching and took care of it. He was able to answer plumbing related questions very well and suggested how we could take care of some of the repairs ourselves, since that was our preference. In this respect he was excellent. The drywall work, however, did not proceed as well. Andrew stated that he thought it would take him and "a helper" about 8 hours to complete the work. He said the helper would require $15/hr. The quoted price seemed reasonable given the odd shape and size of these little closets--lots of surface area and tight working quarters. I assumed that his quote included mudding and taping the rock--and then sanding--to produce a finished surface. However, Andrew did not mud and tape the drywall even though pieces of our conversation indicated that that was what I expected. Instead, he persuaded me that caulk was the way to go. What a mistake. I feel that he took advantage of my lack of knowledge. There is no way that the space will ever look properly finished unless we pay to have someone else mud over the caulk. We haven't painted yet but when we do the seems between the sheets will be quite obvious. I feel that Andrew's quote to me originally was deceptive. I thought it would take about 500 dollars worth of work to finish the closet space, but that was based my thinking that the sanding and mudding and taping would be quite time consuming--more time consuming than putting up the dry wall sheets. Andrew put almost all of the 8 hours we agreed he would work into putting up the rock. He worked slowly--painstakingly slowly. I appreciate his work ethic and effort, but feel he should not have taken this job on. What he knew--and I didn't--is that he isn't very good at drywall. He worked hard, but overall the quality of the closet job was poor. I appreciate that the space is now safe and that my kids can use their closets--but overall this was a frustrating experience. The "helper's" rate changed in the middle of the job from 15 to 20 dollars an hour. At one point, Andrew disappeared for hours without any word as to when he would be back, jeopardizing me picking up my child from school on time (as I was forced to wait for him so as not to lock him out so he could finish the job). At the end of this experience I was fed up. Not just with Andrew, but with Angie's list. I felt like it was my obligation to write up a report of this experience. After all, I used Andrew because he had earned all A's.
- Allyn H....
CBell Home Solutions
The experience left something to be desired. While it wasn't their fault that the fit was tight, I was told over the phone that "worst case, it should cost $600 or $700". Admittedly, they gave me that info reluctantly, having never seen the bathroom. But the $800 was a real shocker!
- Linda H....
CEuropean Renovation Company - Raphael Menard
Raphael showed up a week late, he damaged and lost personal property without offering to pay for these.  His work caused the need for costly repairs. He was difficult with other contractors and he did not start or finish at the times promised. He caused difficulty with my tenants and cost me money for rent. Raphael failed to clean up properly. It is possible that he padded his times and materials invoices. Raphael did not show up at the work site until December 20th. There was no call or email and calls were not returned. I arranged for estimates for other workers and Raphael came in while these contractors were present and announced that he was doing the job. He pumped these contractors for details about the job and was competitive and dismissive with them. Raphael re-iterated his initial terms and was the low bid contractor, and he claimed he could still make the target date. I asked about a plan and he provided a verbal plan that appeared possible with a back up of having parts of two bathrooms that would provide enough amenities. He said he would not work weekends and could still do this.  I gave him the job. He and his helper began. Raphael was unkind it seemed to me to this assistant, denigrating his work and speed. On December 23rd, Raphael announced he was taking days off for the Holidays both for Xmas and New Years. Flooring was removed and doors were removed. There were holes in the ceiling in the bathroom. I had to cover these holes to prevent loose fiberglass from coming in to my bedroom from the attic. Raphael had been placing tools and other items directly on my bedding while working. This required cleaning the duvet and stains that had to be removed.  In the early days of January, Raphael used straight ninety degree elbows in the waste lines of both toilets.  I checked with my plumber friends who said that long sweep nineties were acceptable but straight elbows would clog with waste. Raphael removed the straight 90s and replaced them with long sweeps. It appears that he charged me for the time to install and replace these pipe fittings. In the process of running the toilet lines he created an uphill section of waste pipe. Raphael also miscalculated the thickness of the  flooring and the toilet to stack connection had to be changed to accommodate the flange for the toilet. He also damaged the main forced air duct for the house while doing this work.  Also in running the new heating duct for the new bathroom, Raphael pulled loose a joint and was unable to restore it to its proper position. In order to do this he cut several holes in the basement ceiling in my other tenants location and eventually cut through the main duct for the house. His repair to this main duct was done without screws and using cheap duct tape. Cheap duct tape was also used on the new duct for the new bath, both of these repairs failed. New heat dispersers were installed by Raphael with huge gaps at the floor using the wrong size ducts. These issues caused a failure of the heating system to properly heat the master bedroom and entailed the expense of a heating and cooling contractor.  Raphael had completed drywall and placed wonder board on the floor which made these repairs more costly. The heating and ductwork  repairs and plumbing repairs cost $3400. Raphael damaged a vacuum cleaner using it as a shop vac to pick up drywall dust, broke a step ladder, broke a dustpan, scratched the tub so that it had to be repainted and broke a chunk off the wood floor, requiring repairs.  He sent me bills for materials that clearly were marked for another job and charged me that appeared to be for much larger amounts of supplies than would be necessary for the job. Hours were not broken down by task. When he did break down hours by task, other contractors have questioned his times and suggest that he padded them. He placed a lien on the house with partial payments that were made totalling $5200 and collected it when I sold the house after agreeing in writing to accept $4900. He has never paid for the broken items. I do not recommend using Raphael or his company European Renovations. I am suing to recover money paid.
- Richard W....