Westcliffe Popcorn Ceiling Removal

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Recent Review: It went great. The ceiling had water damage. Drew Ward repaired it to the point that even on close inspection, you can't tell where the damage had occurred. Drew was professional, courteous and prompt. I plan to hire him again for other projects. I highly recommend him.
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Recent Review: Harry and his co-worker, Richard, done major work on my house (including installation bay windows, ceiling fan, woodword, and built an additional bedroom), and it's all been really good. He charges a fair price and shows up on time. They're overall good guys.
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Recent Review: hes on time ,he has fair pricing, his work is Excellent ,he cleans up after the job  I will definately use him again 
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Recent Review: It could not have gone better. Joe is one of the owners of Rent a Man, and he is the individual that I worked with from start to finish. The whole experience was excellent. Professional and reliable service. I was always called to give me a heads up that they were almost at the house, they consulted about when would be a good time for them to return to do the next step, etc. Joe is VERY prompt in returning calls. The price was reasonable. I have recommended them to many of my friends, and will be using them in the future.
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Recent Review: He came prepared and worked steadily. Pleasant personality.
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Business Description: Family/Owner operated. No subs. Cost is determined by the job. Free Estimates in writing
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Recent Review: John was friendly, professional, and efficient. He assembled and installed a ceiling fan in my bedroom for a reasonable price. He even took the time to explain how the fan worked (switch changed the airflow direction, pull cord changed speeds). I would definitely recommend him.

Reviews in Westcliffe to Remove Popcorn Ceiling

ASwan's Handyman Service
I had ceiling/drywall damage due to water and ice damning in the valleys of my roof.  Being a rental unit and my being out of state, I was uncertain of the extent of the damage to the roof or the ceiling.  Ryan informed me that the roof did not appear damaged and the ceiling damage was not significant.  He was able to anchor/support the ceiling with screws and washers and mud/skim coat the ceiling and sand to repair where the sheet rock was damaged.  The cost to repair the ceiling was significantly less than I expected and I would certainly hire Ryan again for any future services or repairs.
- Ken S....
AThe Mountain Woodshop
Harry and his co-worker, Richard, done major work on my house (including installation bay windows, ceiling fan, woodword, and built an additional bedroom), and it's all been really good. He charges a fair price and shows up on time. They're overall good guys.
- Rick H....
FAlex Benavidez
Terrible. They did ok with the crown molding but they raised their price AFTER giving us an estimate. IN fact they more than doubled it. They brought a worker named Albert. He said he could do the tin ceiling. He destroyed nearly all of my material and we paid him an advance which he stole! Alex and his worker said they "knew the work was bad but figured we would realize it too". They never said a word! We got stuck for over $2000! I would never use these guys again.
- Cindy D....
AMountain Maintenance & Remodeling LLC
Drew was extremely professional from our very first contact.  We had a tight schedule due to the holiday, he got us a fast and reasonable quote and then completed our paint project quickly.  He painted two accent walls in our great room.  These walls came out beautifully along with some minor crack prep that he did for us as well.  The master ceiling is high and sloped, presenting a slight challenge.  Drew handled that as well, again with great quality.  We strongly recommend him for any of your paint/handyman needs.  Thanks again Drew!
- Blair C....
ARent A Man
It could not have gone better. Joe is one of the owners of Rent a Man, and he is the individual that I worked with from start to finish. The whole experience was excellent. Professional and reliable service. I was always called to give me a heads up that they were almost at the house, they consulted about when would be a good time for them to return to do the next step, etc. Joe is VERY prompt in returning calls. The price was reasonable. I have recommended them to many of my friends, and will be using them in the future.
- Mindy L....
FT & I Construction
I asked Mr. Velasquez for an estimate to replace damaged tile in my bathroom and to repair and paint the ceiling in my living room and dining/kitchen area.  He gave me a verbal estimate and committed to dropping off a written estimate for me to submit to my insurance company.  However, he prefaced this by stating that my insurance company would want confirmation that he had been contracted to do the work, and that they would require a copy of his insurance and other professional documentation, which he would not submit unless he knew that he had the job.  I told Mr. Velasquez that I had never heard of that, and that that had not been my experience before.  I asked him to prepare the estimate and see what my insurance company said.  Mr. Velasquez said he would deliver the estimate but never did.  When I called to ask for it again he called my insurance company and gave them a verbal quote.  My insurance company informed him that they would require a written estimate, including a breakdown of supplies and labor.  Mr. Velasquez called me and stated that my insurance company had  demanded to know whether he had been contracted to do the work and also a copy of his insurance and other professional documentation.  He demanded to know whether he had the contract or not.  I told him that I could not possibly contract him to do the work unless and until my insurance company agreed to pay his estimate; and that both my insurance company and I needed to see an estimate first.  I called my insurance representative, who denied that she had demanded such information, but, rather, had only requested a written estimate, including a breakdown of supplies and labor.  I relayed this information to Mr. Velasquez, and he committed to faxing the estimate directly to my insurance co to which I agreed.  When I called my ins. co. to confirm that they had received the estimate, they stated that they had not.  So, I called Mr. Velasquez, who stated that my ins. co. had called him again, demanding the same info.  In the end Mr. Velasquez would not provide a written estimate unless and until I contracted him to perform the services.  By refusing to provide a written estimate, Mr. Velasquez attempted to force a contract and preclude me from determining what he was actually going to charge me to do the work and from comparing his estimate with other companies.  His blatant lies regarding demands from my ins. co. demonstrate a clear lack of integrity, indicating that he cannot be trusted.  In addition, Mr. Velasquez works a full-time night job at an oil rig.  When I asked him that if I were to contract him whether he would be the person doing the work, or whether he simply send his brother over to do the work, he became angry and, basically, told me that was none of my business and that all I needed to know was that he was reliable.  He had already told me previously that his brother was his tile guy.  I had already had negative experiences with his brother.  Specifically, I had hired his brother to replace the tile at an hourly rate with me supplying the materials.  This was prior to my having successfully appealed my insurance company's denial of my claim.  However, he simply never showed up when he said he would, never called, and never returned my calls.  I had also hired Mr. Velasquez's brother to do some other handyman work and bought supplies and made preparations, simply to have him not show, call, or return my calls.  In the end Mr. Velasquez refused to provide the estimate and told me to get an estimate from the person who was actually going to do the work.  In summary, he tried to force a contract prior to submitting an estimate, detailing labor and supplies, such there was no way for me to tell what he was actually going to charge me to do the work.
- Beatrice L....
ABate Remodeling
We have a house we are putting on the market that needed some work in order to help the sale of the house. The bathrooms were quite dated and looked small due to the color of the vanities and walls. After John painted them the batrooms looked larger and more modern and you would never know it was not the orginal bathroom. We also had a room that needed a wall removed in order to open up more space on the main level of the home. John was quite thorough in checking to make sure there was no electrical wiring that would be compromised as well as the support structure of the wall. After he finished this job we were very pleased! It opened up the room and you would never have known a wall had ever been there. His finishing on the walls was excellent and especially the floors. I was concerned it would be obvious work was done because of the flooring. A previous bid had even told me I would have to replace all the wood flooring on the main level in order for it to match. John was able to match the wood on the floor exactly and the finished result was perfect. John was very professinal when he came to give us a bid, We had a few meetings before the actual work was to be started and he was always punctual. He was very neat when he was working and cleaned up at the end of the day. When work was completed he also did a very thorough job of cleaning all the dust that had collected due to all of the work being done. I would highly recommend him.
- Kenneth B....
AYour Handyman Corp
Roger is professional, he has a high skill level in a variety fields. He is able to explain what needs done in a way that is understandable.  I trust his work & after seeing his degree of expertise I added additional work. I would rather pay someone I know can handle the job & it is done well than having to call someone to fix mistakes.  I am very pleased with Roger & his work & would recommend him for a wide variety of work.   He is definitely worth the money. He writes up a invoice with cost before the work starts so there is surprises & hidden costs.
- Dianne M....
AReeves Professional Services LLC
All of my dealings with Chester Reeves were outstanding. His prices are very reasonable, and his work is impeccable. He arrived on time for each job, kept me informed as to his progress. His assistant Vinny, is also a pleasure to work with. I will definitely hire them again when I need help.
- Carolyn S....
AReliable Remodel
I cannot say enough good things about Reliable Remodel and I have managed one extensive remodel and two new construction projects as owner prior to this. Reliable was always collaborative in discussing both problems and creative solutions. They would often say there's the top-flight way of doing this, there's a middle road, and there's a less expensive and perhaps quicker way of doing this, but not what we would recommend.' Their work was always precise and beautifully done; they are true craftsmen in an age where there aren't a lot. Reliable Remodel is led by Eric Speck, but his two primary collaborators -- Chuck Snyder and Tom Boyce are both excellent. I loved witnessing the problem solving they did when we were up against a complicated issue. They took great pride in their work and when there were cost overruns it was because we discussed it, I authorized it, and often chose an option that wasn't part of the original plan -- such as sinking the bathtub 12" so we wouldn't have to step over the edge of the tub...or creating a loft where one had not been called for. Reliable Remodel made several really terrific suggestions to change to the plans -- once engineering, once architectural -- that really enhanced the beauty and utility of our home. Their sense of aesthetics is topnotch and we've gotten many compliments on both the interior and exterior of our home; most importantly we love it and have not had to have any callbacks about any of their work. They got estimates for removing three layers of old composite roofing material and installation of a new metal roof, then told me they could do it for less and without the delay of waiting for the other sub. This included installation of six solar tubes, all of which work terrifically. There were some complicated issues related to installing a completely new floor in part of the house including an allowance (height-wise) for radiant heating. All of the floor levels throughout the house are perfectly consistent despite having new tile in the kitche, existing floors that were refinished, and new flooring in other parts. There is radiant heat throughout. I would work with Reliable Remodel again in a heartbeat. In addition to making a number of suggestions that improved aesthetics, they also made recommendations that saved us time and money. They kept an eye on the subcontractors and worked with them when necessary. They always left a spotless workplace, cleaning up at the end of every work day. Invoices were always clear and understandable with no hesitation about going over any issue in great detail. They are as honest as the day is long and will remain friends for life. We will always be grateful for the work they did for us.
- Gigi W....