Coon Rapids Deck Painting

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Steve Coder
Recent Review: Service is great.  I am very pleased so. 
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Aabex Contracting Services
Recent Review: This service provider was very professional and the quality of the work was amazing. Detail oriented and very courteous. Answered all my questions and did everything it took to get the job done. Went above and beyond what I expected and was very reasonable on price. I was very impressed and fully satisfied with the work done. I would recommend Aabex painting to everyone I know.
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Myers Home Impovements
Recent Review: It was $3400 for them. It was very good and exciting. Very good doors. Very good windows. Very good quality everything else. I was very happy with them too. It worked out well. They lay the job on the new deck. I was very happy as a matter of fact I think I will hire them to come do some work later on.
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Addition Doctors
Award 2018Super Service Award
Recent Review: The new Addition came together beautifully. We were very happy with the high quality products used and the quality workmanship. We receive nothing but raves when others see the finished work. The addition started in the fall of 2012 with tearing off the old original porch.  Then they dug down for the footing and put a crawl space under the addition because of the plumbing for the bathroom. In the process of doing this plumbing they also added plumbing lines to the upstairs for a future bathroom up there.  Also in the process of doing the tear off and exposing the house they took precautions to keep the house protected from the weather.  Even though the project lasted overall around 8 months, they kept the main house protected and we were removed from the mess most of the time.  Even as the barriers came down because we were in the finishing stages, it was very manageable to live in the house all the time.  The over all design on the outside and the trim on the inside matched and complimented the  house design very well.    The addition ended up with a vaulted ceiling, with a very cool ceiling paint job that instead of stopping the ceiling paint line right at the corner of the wall and ceiling they brought the paint line down about 1/2" onto the wall. It might not sound like much but almost everybody notices that little detail and they go "WOW I really like how they did that" (that was a bonus they did they did without charging extra even though the process was more involved to do it) The bathroom ended up with a 4' walk in shower stool and vanity.  It was done with handicap features in mind for down the road if we need it.   Then we had hardwood flooring put down. Quite a few windows - Andersen Windows and custom made trim to match the origonal trim in the house. It was not an easy addition to do but now that it's done we use it all the time and we love it. If I had more money I would have them back to do my kitchen - that's next!  
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Good Life Renovations
Recent Review: Tom Cisar is the owner of Good Life Renovations and is a remarkable and very talented carpenter. I would 100% recommend Tom and his crew to complete almost any home renovation. I live 45 miles outside the metro, and Tom came drive out on a Sunday afternoon for a complimetnary bid.  I live in a a turn of the century and historical Victorian home. We only hire the best in our household. I will be definitley be calling Tom back for future projects to include a complete kitchen remodel. Background: I originally called Tom out in early October 2011 for a drywall and plaster repair estimate, which later was referred to another contractor.(I peeled a lot of wall paper and the walls needed to be re-skimmed and repaired. Tom was honest about his current time-frame on completing large projects and I was referred  to a gentleman named Rob; who was also  booked out for a good two months. We elected to hire another individual for the drywall/plaster repairs). I decided to show Tom several other jobs that I needed completed around my home. Before the bid began he let me know that he was very booked up, and that he would be at least 4-6 weeks to fit me into his schedule due to outdoor paint jobs. I 100% understood his situation due to the time of year and high demand for a contractor in the late Summer.Jobs completed:After walking Tom through my turn of the century 100 year old Victorian home, I decided to hire him for the following jobs: New bathroom installation/conversion from a bedroom to a bathroom. I hired a plumber to to do all of the plumbing work, but hired Tom to complete ALL of the finish work as outlined below. Bathroom:*Patch, skim-coat, paint, run electrical wires for new outlets, hang fixtures, install sub-floor, tile, grout, seal, and complete other misc. work. *Approx price: $2,200 Interior painting:*Paint the following rooms: downstairs bathroom, upstairs bathroom, living room, parlor, dining room, entryway, hallway, two bedrooms.*Approx price: $1350 (I supplied all of the paint, but he supplied blue tape and all rollers/brushes.) Misc projects: *Hand electrical fixtures, install ventilation grates, etc. *Approx price: $300.00 Overall, you must understand that Tom Cisar is a very competitively priced contractor. He is also a very "in-demand" contractor;  dependent on the time of year. If you are looking for a trustworthy contractor, look no further.
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T And T Painting North Liberty IA
Recent Review: EXCELLENT.  VERY HAPPY WITH THEIR WORK… ALL WORKERS COURTEOUS AND WORKED HARD TO GET THE JOB DONE ON TIME. VERY HONEST.

Reviews in Coon Rapids for Deck Painting

AAabex Contracting Services
This service provider was very professional and the quality of the work was amazing. Detail oriented and very courteous. Answered all my questions and did everything it took to get the job done. Went above and beyond what I expected and was very reasonable on price. I was very impressed and fully satisfied with the work done. I would recommend Aabex painting to everyone I know.
- Mikalla E....
AMyers Home Impovements
It was $3400 for them. It was very good and exciting. Very good doors. Very good windows. Very good quality everything else. I was very happy with them too. It worked out well. They lay the job on the new deck. I was very happy as a matter of fact I think I will hire them to come do some work later on.
- Duwayne B....
CTom's Painting
Tom's Painting painted the exterior (late summer 2013) and interior (December 2013-January 2014) of our home.  For the exterior paint job, the initial visit was on time and professional.  Tom reviewed the exterior of our house and provided an estimate, which was reasonable.  Overall exterior paint job was good, although we did have to bring them back to fix incomplete areas and finish painting back patio...verbal painting instructions were not followed as given.  Clean up was not as good as expected....it is understandable that not every paint chip would be picked up, but there was a lot of paint chips left in landscaping around home.  Final cost of exterior job was close to original estimate. Interior paint job--we hired Tom's Painting to finish our interior painting.  Tom provided reviewed our interior rooms (main floor and finished basement)  and provided an estimate that did not include painting fireplace--as we were not positive about painting the fireplace.  The main floor rooms were painted the appropriate colors, the first floor job took approximately 3 days.  Details, such as trimming, were not up to par.  Had to have them come back more than once to fix problem areas.  First floor paint job--love the colors, not impressed with execution.   The basement paint job was a hot mess.  Tom's Painting was supposed to skim coat paneled walls to remove the paneled look and skim coat walls with "texture"--the skim coating was hit or miss.  Some walls were done well and looked great, but the majority of them were terrible.  There were walls were part of it was smoothed out correctly and the rest clearly showed the panel underneath.  The dust created was TERRIBLE!!!  They did not have/use the sander that collects the skim coat dust and we had dust all over the house.  As in the main floor, the detail work was terrible.  We had to have them come back more than once to fix trimming and missed areas.  During the basement job, Tom went on vacation and left an employee to complete the skim coating and prepare the walls....employee did not show up when scheduled and when he did show up the next day, he only worked a few hours.  The employee did not show up again.  Granted this time was between Christmas and New years, but that is no excuse for not showing up again.  Painter did not come back on scheduled days.  I work from home and my office was not in working order--I took three vacation days for the painting to be completed, those days were the days that the painter did not show.  I missed almost a week of work due to this.  We did communicate with Tom while he was on vacation about the issues.  When back from vacation, Tom did come over immediately to review lack of progress and to make amends.   The painting was completed much later than anticipated and trim work was still lacking.  Also, when the basement bathroom shower was finally painted, we did not know that the fumes from the process would sickening...Tom said that it would smell some and to keep the basement door closed (to the upstairs), which we couldn't, as that is how our cats get to their food and liter boxes.  The fumes were terrible and we had to open our windows to let the fumes out--the temps were well below zero outside.  Although Tom reduced our bill for the basement paint job, we were not happy with the end product.  We still have some areas that we need to fix, as we will not have them come back to fix.  Tom is a nice guy, but the lack of attention to detail, work ethic and spotty consistency we would not recommend Tom's Painting.
- Jody H....
AAddition Doctors
The new Addition came together beautifully. We were very happy with the high quality products used and the quality workmanship. We receive nothing but raves when others see the finished work. The addition started in the fall of 2012 with tearing off the old original porch.  Then they dug down for the footing and put a crawl space under the addition because of the plumbing for the bathroom. In the process of doing this plumbing they also added plumbing lines to the upstairs for a future bathroom up there.  Also in the process of doing the tear off and exposing the house they took precautions to keep the house protected from the weather.  Even though the project lasted overall around 8 months, they kept the main house protected and we were removed from the mess most of the time.  Even as the barriers came down because we were in the finishing stages, it was very manageable to live in the house all the time.  The over all design on the outside and the trim on the inside matched and complimented the  house design very well.    The addition ended up with a vaulted ceiling, with a very cool ceiling paint job that instead of stopping the ceiling paint line right at the corner of the wall and ceiling they brought the paint line down about 1/2" onto the wall. It might not sound like much but almost everybody notices that little detail and they go "WOW I really like how they did that" (that was a bonus they did they did without charging extra even though the process was more involved to do it) The bathroom ended up with a 4' walk in shower stool and vanity.  It was done with handicap features in mind for down the road if we need it.   Then we had hardwood flooring put down. Quite a few windows - Andersen Windows and custom made trim to match the origonal trim in the house. It was not an easy addition to do but now that it's done we use it all the time and we love it. If I had more money I would have them back to do my kitchen - that's next!  
- Kathy N....
AGood Life Renovations
Tom Cisar is the owner of Good Life Renovations and is a remarkable and very talented carpenter. I would 100% recommend Tom and his crew to complete almost any home renovation. I live 45 miles outside the metro, and Tom came drive out on a Sunday afternoon for a complimetnary bid.  I live in a a turn of the century and historical Victorian home. We only hire the best in our household. I will be definitley be calling Tom back for future projects to include a complete kitchen remodel. Background: I originally called Tom out in early October 2011 for a drywall and plaster repair estimate, which later was referred to another contractor.(I peeled a lot of wall paper and the walls needed to be re-skimmed and repaired. Tom was honest about his current time-frame on completing large projects and I was referred  to a gentleman named Rob; who was also  booked out for a good two months. We elected to hire another individual for the drywall/plaster repairs). I decided to show Tom several other jobs that I needed completed around my home. Before the bid began he let me know that he was very booked up, and that he would be at least 4-6 weeks to fit me into his schedule due to outdoor paint jobs. I 100% understood his situation due to the time of year and high demand for a contractor in the late Summer.Jobs completed:After walking Tom through my turn of the century 100 year old Victorian home, I decided to hire him for the following jobs: New bathroom installation/conversion from a bedroom to a bathroom. I hired a plumber to to do all of the plumbing work, but hired Tom to complete ALL of the finish work as outlined below. Bathroom:*Patch, skim-coat, paint, run electrical wires for new outlets, hang fixtures, install sub-floor, tile, grout, seal, and complete other misc. work. *Approx price: $2,200 Interior painting:*Paint the following rooms: downstairs bathroom, upstairs bathroom, living room, parlor, dining room, entryway, hallway, two bedrooms.*Approx price: $1350 (I supplied all of the paint, but he supplied blue tape and all rollers/brushes.) Misc projects: *Hand electrical fixtures, install ventilation grates, etc. *Approx price: $300.00 Overall, you must understand that Tom Cisar is a very competitively priced contractor. He is also a very "in-demand" contractor;  dependent on the time of year. If you are looking for a trustworthy contractor, look no further.
- Thomas R....
FT And T Painting North Liberty IA
We were having trouble finding someone to paint the exterior of our 1960's ranch when I found a business card for a painter in Coralville at the Ace hardware store.  We reached the painter through his email, and he arranged to visit our house to give us an estimate.  He assured me it was not too far to drive (we're in Victor, he's in North Liberty).  He came to our house and said no problem, he and his crew could easily paint our house.  He told us about his 28 years of experience, that he always worked on the job with his crew (didn't farm it out to inexperienced helpers), that they do a great job and stand behind their work.  My husband asked if they used a power washer, as he had experienced too high of pressure washing ruining siding on previous houses.  Tom assured us that his power washer is low pressure, because he doesn't want to get the siding gouged or damaged by high pressure.  We agreed to meet in Coralville on March 22 to discuss the price and time frame.  We met at a restaurant, signed a contract for $2,635 for the job, with $1000 down payment so he could buy paint and supplies.  The contract and receipt were dated 4/2/13.  He would start on the job around April 22 after he finished up another job he was working on at the time (he showed me a picture of a large Victorian house in Iowa City he said he was working on).  Wet weather had delayed him on that job, and our job would also be weather dependent, which made sense at the time. April 22 came and went and we didn't hear anything from Tom.  The previous week had been very rainy, so we weren't surprised.  We called him later that week and he said he was running behind, that it would be another week or so.  Since there's not much we could do at this point, we waited.  We called him again in a couple weeks, but the same story--weather delays.  I understand rain delays, but I also appreciate when a "businessman" communicates with me and lets me know what's happening with his schedule.   So now it's May 21, and Tom says he and his crew will be here tomorrow to start washing down the siding and scraping loose paint.  May 22 and we get a call from Tom that they'll be a little late because one of his crew had car trouble and he had to pick him up in Grinnell.  Tom arrived mid morning and dropped off one guy (crew #2) and a high pressure washer.  He said his low pressure washer wasn't working, but his guy knew what he was doing so no problem.  Tom left to go pick up the other guy.  Crew #2 started spraying the siding.  He's working by himself, moving the ladder, doing a satisfactory job.  Tom finally shows up with his other guy (crew #3) plus a dog (who proceeded to "check out" my flower beds), and the other two stood around talking.  Tom showed my husband how well the washer does on the sidewalk and retaining wall (I didn't necessarily want those pressure washed, thank you). We found several pieces of siding that were pretty spongy and decided they should be replaced.  Crew member #3 tells me how he knows a local guy who can get this done really fast, and all he has to do is call him.  We needed this replaced asap so it could be painted with the rest of the house.  I said fine, go ahead and have this wonder-contractor call me so we can get this siding fixed.  Two days later and I haven't heard a thing from W.C., so I call my favorite contractor (who's always busy), who has his guys here the next morning and they're done by the afternoon.  Siding fixed, no help from Crew #3. This crew of 3 packs up early afternoon on the one and only day they showed up (all 3 plus the dog) in the pickup and head out like they've got somewhere to go.  I notice their gas can is still here, so I call Tom's cell and tell him they left it.  He says he really needs it, plus he left his 5 gallon bucket of paint, so they'll be back to pick it up.  They came back and did pick their stuff up. So the next day (May 23) we're thinking they'll be back to finish washing the house (never did get all the way around) and start scraping, but nobody shows up.  Nobody calls.  We call him, no answer.  Leave a voicemail message, no answer.  This goes on for WEEKS.  Leave a voicemail, no response. Finally on June 17 Tom calls in response to a message from my husband.  They're trying to finish up another paint job, and they'll be here Thursday, 6/20/13, at 8:00 a.m.  Great!  But Thursday comes and goes, and no painters, no phone calls.   June 21 my husband calls Tom, gets his voicemail.  He left him a message that we are very disappointed in his lack of communication and lack of progress on our painting project.  Effectively today, we are cancelling the contract.  Since we never gave him the paint colors that we had chosen, we knew he hadn't purchased any paint, so we wanted our money back.  We would be willing to pay him $200 for his time on the one day he showed up, but we wanted reimbursed for the $800 remaining.  It is no surprise that we have not heard a thing from Tom as of today (8/15/13) and we have not received any money back from our $1000, despite additional messages left on his phone. Unfortunately, I did not look on Angie's list before I signed the contract with T and T Painting.  I see two previous reviews that would have made me toss the business card out rather than waste my $1000 and most of my summer trying to get my house painted.  I should have used Angie months ago. We have since found a local painter (I checked local folks who have used them) and they are promptly getting my house painted in a professional and efficient manner.
- Lynne R....