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Recent Review: They were 15 minutes early charged the price I was quoted and cleaned up.very respectful. Work quality was top shelf!
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Recent Review: Well the were some things I was not to happy about,the bath tub was sorry quality,I did puraches it myself from home depot with some help but it was very poor quilaty and when installed it was not level and water sets up around the top of it and runs out on the floor.I really hate the thought that I spent that much money for this job and now I have to deal with this tub issue, but I guess over all that would be the only big complaint I would have. Mr robert is awesome guy and I really enjoyed meeting him.
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Recent Review: We originally hired him for several items:  painting the entire living area (great room with vaulted ceiling, dining room, entry, breakfast area) and add baseboards and chair railing, install wrought iron balusters, close off a wall, install 5 new outlets with 3 of them outside, install new lighting, new ceiling fan. Mr. Hosea was professional, courteous, particular and precise, and cleaned up before leaving for the day. We've been very pleased with him and have already given him more jobs since. We plan to hire him for other jobs as they arise.
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Recent Review: The work Five Star Remodeling performed on my home was extensive. We purchased a home that needed updating inside and did not want to wait an extremely long period of time to have the work completed. I called Pete to discuss the project and he scheduled time to see the house and go over what we wanted to do. He took time to talk to me in depth about our goals and how he could help us meet those goals. He provided an estimate for the work quickly and once the contract was signed and a start date was decided, they started to work. Pete and his crew worked diligently to make sure our goals were met time wise without sacrificing the quality of the work. Pete is very thorough, very detailed in his work. He takes pride in his craft. The team is polite, professional and respectful. When unexpected issues arose, Pete explained options that could solve the problem so we could determine the best solution to meet our needs. He discussed their progress with us as they worked and helped us determine what materials were needed and when. I will not hesitate to contact Five Star again for future projects.
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Recent Review: Job one: Showed up on time for estimate and completed job in time frame stated. Price was as negotiated. What else can you reasonably ask for? Job two: Showed up and did the work. Probably would have specified new baseboards as old ones were reused and tenant was not happy. We just never discussed them. Job three: Trouble free and look great. Go with Cranberry from the home improvement store on a gray house!
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Business Description: The Solution specializes in residential and commercial repair as well as all aspects of home remodeling. The Solution has one employee who is a Georgia certified home repair and remodeling expert. Licensed since 2003. The Solution rarely sub-contracts specialty trades. The Solution warrants all work. Billing procedures: 50% on acceptance of contact and 50% upon job completion. No fee for Local bids. GET THE JOB DONE RIGHT THE FIRST TIME (read my reviews) Eddie. And last if you have an emergency of any kind you can call whatever the time.
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Recent Review: Brent showed up on time and cleaned up after himself.
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Recent Review: Tracy Hagler was recommended to me by a good friend and I was told that he was a ?good Christian man? and a deacon in his church.  Tracy told me that he had about 30 years experience so I figured I could trust him to do a good job. I asked him to prepare the bathroom walls so that I could paint them.  There was wood paneling on top of the sheetrock and he removed some of the wood paneling and left some up.  I?m not sure why all of it wasn?t  removed.  In the process of removing this paneling, he whacked up and spliced my crown molding.  I had no intention of repainting the molding and certainly didn?t plan on replacing it.  He said he could repair the molding and I would never notice that it had been messed up.  Wrong.  He patched it with latex stretch caulk and the caulk is all globbed up and messy looking.  I let him know I wasn?t happy with it and he told me he could replace it and told me about what it would cost. He screwed it up and told me I would have to pay to have it replaced.  He continued to mud the walls and never could get them right.  That was starting to concern me.  In the meantime, he laid new tile in the bathroom.  When he finished, I noticed that he cut some pieces uneven and laid some tiles higher than the others, making the floor unlevel.  Because of the tile being unlevel there will be gaps under the baseboards when they?re replaced. I gave Tracy $300 up front to buy a new toilet and supplies. He bought the wrong color toilet and it?s been on my back porch since August. He gave me three receipts and said he had another with stuff he bought for another job on it. He had no business mixing supplies for two different jobs on one receipt. On one of the three receipts he gave me, I saw that he bought a drilling hammer, floor chisel, screwdriver & knife set, grout float, grouting gloves. Now wouldn?t you think that a man who does this sort of work for a living would already have these things? If he didn?t have them, he should have discussed it with me before going out and spending my money to buy them. He also bought a flood light bulb and garage door lubricant with my money ? still trying to figure out what those two things had to do with a bathroom remodel.  Tracy dumped a lot of sheetrock mud right off my back porch and I had to dig up big hardened clumps of it. He used my new vacuum cleaner to vacuum up the fine dust from sanding sheetrock mud. I was later told that only a shop vac should be used for that because the fine dust could ruin a regular vacuum cleaner.  I found sheetrock mud fingerprints in odd places all around my house.   On September 11, Tracy asked for a ?draw? of $600 because he ?had a power bill due?. I promptly wrote him a check for $600. I told him about my concerns with his work and he assured me everything would be done right and that I would be ?thrilled? when he was done. I kept getting more and more uneasy with this guy so I sent him a letter and told him I was putting the remodel on hold until I could find someone to do the job right. I asked him for an invoice but he never gave me one. I also asked for the other receipt and asked him to either bring me the tools he bought with my money or pay me for them. He ignored that letter, so about a week later I sent him a certified letter that he signed for. He ignored that one too. Someone pointed out to me that the edge of the pipe that the toilet attaches to was broken, and it would cause a leak if it wasn?t fixed..  I paid a plumber $135 to replace the pipe.  Tracy never bothered to tell me he broke that pipe and I might have had a leak and never known it. I hired someone else to put in the countertop and toilet.  Because of the tiles being unlevel, shims had to be used to keep the toilet from wobbling.  When the countertop was installed, instead of it being flush against the wall, it only touches the wall in three places.  This is due to the botched up job Tracy did on the sheetrock.  If there was any money left out of the $300 I gave him, he never bothered giving it back to me. He never paid me for the tools he bought with my money and kept (isn?t that called STEALING?). And he never gave me the fourth receipt so I don?t know what else he bought with my money. I ended up spending $900 and all I got was a botched up remodel job.  It creeps me out to think I let such a dishonest man in my house to work while was away from home.

Reviews in Dillard for Baseboard Installation

AFloor to ceiling remodeling
They were 15 minutes early charged the price I was quoted and cleaned up.very respectful. Work quality was top shelf!
- Charity C....
APatterson Construction
Patterson Construction was great to work with. Very friendly/family man approach. Was knowledgeable which was extremely reassuring to my husband and I. He always contacted us prior to arrival and communication between finishes was a breeze. He worked on a Saturday the initial estimate was free as well. He always gave us tips on maintenance and we are extremely pleased with our new flooring and updgrades throughout. He has a large network of fellow contractor contacts too- he's definitely a home owners best friend- a pleasure to work with.
- Courtney E....
BWilson Handyman
Well the were some things I was not to happy about,the bath tub was sorry quality,I did puraches it myself from home depot with some help but it was very poor quilaty and when installed it was not level and water sets up around the top of it and runs out on the floor.I really hate the thought that I spent that much money for this job and now I have to deal with this tub issue, but I guess over all that would be the only big complaint I would have. Mr robert is awesome guy and I really enjoyed meeting him.
- Lorraine B....
AHappy Home Handyman & Remodeling
We originally hired him for several items:  painting the entire living area (great room with vaulted ceiling, dining room, entry, breakfast area) and add baseboards and chair railing, install wrought iron balusters, close off a wall, install 5 new outlets with 3 of them outside, install new lighting, new ceiling fan. Mr. Hosea was professional, courteous, particular and precise, and cleaned up before leaving for the day. We've been very pleased with him and have already given him more jobs since. We plan to hire him for other jobs as they arise.
- Becky S....
AAtlanta Maintenance Management Services
Butch (AMMS Owner) contacted me within 10 hours of purchasing the certificates (originally for 2 rooms). We set up a mutually agreeable appointment within 2 days. He was prompt, courteous, respectful, and professional in every aspect. Butch has 40+ years of professional experience in the home improvement/remodeling business, and that was evident in the quality of workmanship and business acumen. I was so pleased with the first two rooms that were painted, that I extended the scope of work to 5 rooms and a hallway.  I had very dark paint on most of the walls, thus 2 coats of paint were required, which is logical, and what I fully expected (it would be unfair of any client to expect that 1 coat of paint would be sufficient when going from dark to light paint choices). High quality paint was used (Glidden Duo on walls; Sherwin Williams ProClassic on trimwork). Homeowner tip - don't skimp with cheap/poor quality paint. I am SO happy with everything done thus far; therefore I have asked Butch to provide estimates on a (2) Bathroom Remodels, a Closet project, and downstream, a kitchen remodel. What a relief - I have found my 'go to' guy for all future home improvement projects! Perhaps this year my home will 'get out of the 80's....!
- Monica D....
DThe Solution
Did not go well at all. I spent over $1500 at the home Depot with him picking out the materials we needed. He started charging me from the time he left his house, and billed me a total of five hours just for pick up of materials! When a person charges premium wages, you expect a certain degree of expertize. This contractor is very slow. His contract states that he will complete all work before he starts another contract, but he never completed my project. He built a wooden box for the fireplace heath, never finished securing the box or tiling. He was supposed to put in a mantle and never got to it. He removed baseboards in order to frame the door ways but never replaced the baseboards. I paid this contractor about $1800 for 3 days of work but got at most 1.5 days of work, and I am being really generous. Me and my husband let him know before he left that day that we did not feel like we got 3 days worth of work. all he could say was but I was here for 3 days. I could go on and on. Never hire this contractor on an hourly basis! He rides the clock. He was excessively slow with my project. He set up in my garage and did more walking back and forth than working. He talked a lot. He cut just 1 piece of wood at a time, nailed it and went back to cut another and repeated this process. My question to Eddie Freeman is if you knew how slow you were, why make me spend all this money at the home deport only to charge me a ridiculous amount for supplies that you have yet to use? Eddie barely used half of the materials I bought. He is sloppy with his notes. picked up the wrong size door at the home depot and had the nerve to charge to exchange it. I spent almost $4000 on this project and have very little to show for it. He did not even complete the crown moulding in my very tiny foyer ! I have made several attempts to reach this contractor to remedy the situation to no avail. That is why I hope my review will be helpful to others.
- Catherine Q....
ATotal Home Repair
We've had literally dozens of tradesmen over the years but have never had one with the high degree of professionalism and expertise like Mr. McCurdy and his partner. They arrived promptly, were extremely easy and pleasant to work with. They went above and beyond with attention to detail in the prep of each project and this quality of work continued with the finished product. We had a long list of items to be fixed, upgraded or repaired and they completed all within the time he said they would. We've never had such high quality work before. We thought his price was low compared to what all they did and the quality of it and we feel he saved us a lot of money.  They cleaned up afterward and we couldn't be happier with all the results.  I'll ONLY use Mr. McCurdy for any future projects. 
- Eileen C....
FTracy Hagler
Tracy Hagler was recommended to me by a good friend and I was told that he was a ?good Christian man? and a deacon in his church.  Tracy told me that he had about 30 years experience so I figured I could trust him to do a good job. I asked him to prepare the bathroom walls so that I could paint them.  There was wood paneling on top of the sheetrock and he removed some of the wood paneling and left some up.  I?m not sure why all of it wasn?t  removed.  In the process of removing this paneling, he whacked up and spliced my crown molding.  I had no intention of repainting the molding and certainly didn?t plan on replacing it.  He said he could repair the molding and I would never notice that it had been messed up.  Wrong.  He patched it with latex stretch caulk and the caulk is all globbed up and messy looking.  I let him know I wasn?t happy with it and he told me he could replace it and told me about what it would cost. He screwed it up and told me I would have to pay to have it replaced.  He continued to mud the walls and never could get them right.  That was starting to concern me.  In the meantime, he laid new tile in the bathroom.  When he finished, I noticed that he cut some pieces uneven and laid some tiles higher than the others, making the floor unlevel.  Because of the tile being unlevel there will be gaps under the baseboards when they?re replaced. I gave Tracy $300 up front to buy a new toilet and supplies. He bought the wrong color toilet and it?s been on my back porch since August. He gave me three receipts and said he had another with stuff he bought for another job on it. He had no business mixing supplies for two different jobs on one receipt. On one of the three receipts he gave me, I saw that he bought a drilling hammer, floor chisel, screwdriver & knife set, grout float, grouting gloves. Now wouldn?t you think that a man who does this sort of work for a living would already have these things? If he didn?t have them, he should have discussed it with me before going out and spending my money to buy them. He also bought a flood light bulb and garage door lubricant with my money ? still trying to figure out what those two things had to do with a bathroom remodel.  Tracy dumped a lot of sheetrock mud right off my back porch and I had to dig up big hardened clumps of it. He used my new vacuum cleaner to vacuum up the fine dust from sanding sheetrock mud. I was later told that only a shop vac should be used for that because the fine dust could ruin a regular vacuum cleaner.  I found sheetrock mud fingerprints in odd places all around my house.   On September 11, Tracy asked for a ?draw? of $600 because he ?had a power bill due?. I promptly wrote him a check for $600. I told him about my concerns with his work and he assured me everything would be done right and that I would be ?thrilled? when he was done. I kept getting more and more uneasy with this guy so I sent him a letter and told him I was putting the remodel on hold until I could find someone to do the job right. I asked him for an invoice but he never gave me one. I also asked for the other receipt and asked him to either bring me the tools he bought with my money or pay me for them. He ignored that letter, so about a week later I sent him a certified letter that he signed for. He ignored that one too. Someone pointed out to me that the edge of the pipe that the toilet attaches to was broken, and it would cause a leak if it wasn?t fixed..  I paid a plumber $135 to replace the pipe.  Tracy never bothered to tell me he broke that pipe and I might have had a leak and never known it. I hired someone else to put in the countertop and toilet.  Because of the tiles being unlevel, shims had to be used to keep the toilet from wobbling.  When the countertop was installed, instead of it being flush against the wall, it only touches the wall in three places.  This is due to the botched up job Tracy did on the sheetrock.  If there was any money left out of the $300 I gave him, he never bothered giving it back to me. He never paid me for the tools he bought with my money and kept (isn?t that called STEALING?). And he never gave me the fourth receipt so I don?t know what else he bought with my money. I ended up spending $900 and all I got was a botched up remodel job.  It creeps me out to think I let such a dishonest man in my house to work while was away from home.
- Lana M....