Eubank Interior Door Painting

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Business Description: We maintain and restore log homes and timber frames..wood replace, stripping to staining and sealing We use Perma Chink products, Bher, and Sherwin Willams paints and Stains.. We also do general painting interior and exterior. We have over 25 yrs expience. Also do deck repair and cleaning , restaining We also do Chinking and repaire.. We can take care of all your Log Cabin needs, Thanks Don Barnett
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Business Description: Honey did painting n101 repairs is a professional company , we offering painting interior n exterior ,drywall,framing ,baseboard ,crown molding,door and Windows trim installation and much more
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Business Description: GTM Painting will lend you professional expertise to develop creative solutions to the most challenging commercial and residential projects. We will find efficient means to complete your painting projects, saving you time, money and headaches. Our painters will complete your job in a timely, non-invasive manner. If your business needs to remain open, we will staff evenings, weekends or holiday painting crews to accommodate your specific needs. We only use the highest quality materials on any job we do, to make sure your project comes out to the highest quality. Whether it is a single room or full-scale interior or exterior project. We offer all phases of painting, wall-covering and faux finishing. Give us a call and let us fulfill your painting needs.
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Business Description: Miller Remodeling and Painting is a painting contractor / painter serving the Stanford, KY area since 1999. Services include Painting, Interior Painting, Exterior Painting, Kitchen Remodeling, Bathroom Remodeling, House Painting, Commercial Painting, Cabinet Refinishing, Ceiling Painting, Drywall Repair, Deck Staining, Epoxy Coatings, Garage Floor Painting, Roof Painting, Floor Refinishing, Tile Flooring and Siding. Serving towns of Lexington, Richmond, Somerset, Nicholasville, Georgetown, Danville, Berea, Versailles, Harrodsburg, Lancaster, Stanford, Liberty, Mount Vernon, Wilmore, Eubank, Waynesburg, Crab Orchard, Science Hill, Hustonville, Brodhead, Paint Lick, Junction City, Perryville, Parksville, Kings Mountain, Middleburg, Yosemite, Burgin, Mc Kinney, Bryantsville, Clementsville, Cornishville, Mitchellsburg and Pulaski.
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Business Description: Small business. Residential Carpentry
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Business Description: I have 17 years exp...in this field. We offer a wide verity of services. Panting, Pressure washing, we install Wood Trim, Rubber base board, Doors. We paint wood, drywall, concrete, metal, vinyl, etc... We also paint with Metallic Paints. We paint interior and exterior. We don't turn away any costumer for any reasons, there is no job to big or too small. I have never left a job without the costumers approval, if you are not happy I'm not happy. I have 3 guys who work for me. My number 1 rule with my guys is niceness, and appearance. I take a lot of pride in what I do, I also love what I do. We will be offering some other services in the future. We are running a special right now and through Dec 31. If you call us and hire us to paint 3 rooms, you with get one with no charge FREE. My Prices are hard too beat. Give us a call.
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Recent Review: Great. Super nice guy. Excellent service.
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Recent Review: Replaced water damaged sub floor in kitchen, carpet in two rooms and covering in kitchen and bathroom. Painted walls, ceiling in kitchen and bathroom. Outstanding work!
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Recent Review: Everything went great. Randy always provides an estimate and contract explaining the job to be done and expected cost and payment schedule. He is always on time and provides the equipment needed for the job. Randy has a very steady hand and is able to do trim without additional taping which can be time consuming. He is also a whiz with the chaulking gun which speeds up his productivity. He is also willing to return and replace curtain rods, etc if needed. My kitchen looks great and I will hire Randy for my next project.
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Recent Review: We hired Kevin McKinney for interior painting and staining. He didn't sand, he didn't tape. He gave a sob story about needing more money to pay his bills, packs up his stuff, and never comes back. He touched up areas with the wrong colors and then acted like it wasn't his fault for grabbing the wrong paint can. There is stain on the walls and not on the stairs because he didn't tape. It was terrible. He was also careless about moving furniture and left a large gash in our hardwood floors. He was here on and off for three weeks-- coming at odd hours, leaving early. He always had excuses. He brought a guy named Ricky who is just as terrible. As he was walking out the door and I was asking him if he was going to fix the mistakes he said "Boy, if you keep talking I'm going to punch you between the eyes."

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AMike The Painter LLC
Mike the Painter did a very professional painting job on our interior residence. He went the extra mile to make sure our walls, ceiling, and trim were not only painted but, completed in a timely manner. He is very neat, organized, and always on time. Our rooms look fabulous! So glad we hired Mike the Painter!
- Tara L....
APaul Davis Restoration - Bowling Green
Replaced water damaged sub floor in kitchen, carpet in two rooms and covering in kitchen and bathroom. Painted walls, ceiling in kitchen and bathroom. Outstanding work!
- Allen K....
AThe Paint Doctor
Everything went great. Randy always provides an estimate and contract explaining the job to be done and expected cost and payment schedule. He is always on time and provides the equipment needed for the job. Randy has a very steady hand and is able to do trim without additional taping which can be time consuming. He is also a whiz with the chaulking gun which speeds up his productivity. He is also willing to return and replace curtain rods, etc if needed. My kitchen looks great and I will hire Randy for my next project.
- Sue W....
FA Fine Line Painting
Had Fineline painting do an initial project. Workmanship was acceptable. Did experience a billing issue where they asked to be paid by PayPal as a personal transaction vice business transaction. This resulted in a refund scenario where I had to wait for my money to be returned while I had already sent them more money. Had to wait for my refund a week so I was out twice the money for that period. We hired them for a second job and had a totally different experience. Workmanship was horrible. They lied to us and said the project was complete to be paid (we were out of town). When we returned we found they had not painted the interior of the cabinets we had paid them to, painted doors which we had contracted them to, reinstalled doors that they had painted. There were several drips on walls where they sloppily painted casement windows. Finally I strongly recommend they you do not contract with this company to do drywall work. They did not replace all the drywall I requested in a bathroom, did not tape and mud corners properly, mud and sand joints, etc. I had to hire another contractor to repair everything they had done in the bathroom. We had gotten estimates to do another floor on the house but will definitely not ask this company back. In addition do not leave any tools or ladders where they have access because they will use them, including removing them from closed closets on different floors. Finally they are dishonest in billing, they said they were done as described and billed. It took a month to get them back out and they still didn’t finish the job correctly so I had to hire someone else..
- Kevin H....
FKMACK PAINTING
We hired Kevin McKinney for interior painting and staining. He didn't sand, he didn't tape. He gave a sob story about needing more money to pay his bills, packs up his stuff, and never comes back. He touched up areas with the wrong colors and then acted like it wasn't his fault for grabbing the wrong paint can. There is stain on the walls and not on the stairs because he didn't tape. It was terrible. He was also careless about moving furniture and left a large gash in our hardwood floors. He was here on and off for three weeks-- coming at odd hours, leaving early. He always had excuses. He brought a guy named Ricky who is just as terrible. As he was walking out the door and I was asking him if he was going to fix the mistakes he said "Boy, if you keep talking I'm going to punch you between the eyes."
- Jesse W....
AEastern Contracting
The crew was polite and competent, good people and great work. They Installed sheet rock, moved electrical hook-ups to fit new vanity lights, moved plumbing to fit new vanity, installed new toilet, installed new vanity, large vanity mirror, and vanity lights, primed and painted walls, installed trim, and installed new door. Also, they traveled outside of regular service area at my request which added to overall cost, but the price was still reasonable. They paid attention to the details and left the area clean. What more can I say except...I now LOVE my bathroom!!
- Sheila W....
DPepper's Painting
Jerry is a very nice guy. He seems to really like what he does, but the quality of the work is where things go down hill. The job was supposed to take 4 to 5 days. He and his guys (both are son in-laws from what I recall) would show up on time but always be in a hurry to leave by 2 or 3pm. Granted, I live fairly far from where they do; but that was known prior to taking the job. They cost themselves a great deal of extra work by doing things out of order and not doing it correctly the first time around. When refinishing a stair case, you really shouldn't paint the spindles before you strip, sand, and stain the rest of it. The painting of the wall and trim looked great. That stair well was a literal nightmare though. First, they sprayed the spindles on day 1 (bad move). Then, they laid on a thick layer of stripping get which dripped everywhere (including my carpet). What do you think that gel did to those newly painted spindles? Yep, stripped the paint right off and gooped it all up wherever it touched. Then, they sanded and scraped the original clear coat off the railing and treads...using everything from scrapers to wire brushes...then stained right over the wood without cleaning any of the debris off first. I thought I was going to have heart failure when I came home that day. There were huge scratch marks all in the wood from them not "sanding" with the grain and using wire brushes..and there was gunk from the scraping all mixed in to the stain. I called Jerry and went "off". He came back the next day and spent a whole day re-sanding (properly) the treads and railing. When the stain went on again...it looked great. I told him not to apply the polly top-coat until every bit of debris from sanding was off the treads..so, his guys started hand (re) painting the spindles. Now...my assumption was that they were going to sand down the peeled and gooped up paint on the spindles caused from the stripping gel...uh, no. They just started painting right over it. Again, I went "off" on them. I literally had to go behind them and start scraping paint where it looked like CRAP because his guys didn't want to spend the time it was going to take to do the job right. I called Jerry again...on the night of the 8th day and told him they had until the end of the next day to fix it and get it all done; or we were calling it quits. They came back the next day and stayed late to get everything done...not "right"..but acceptable enough for me to say "good enough". He has one son in-law that is NOT doing him any favors by working for him...he SUCKS at trim/detail work....huge drips of paint that Jerry had to keep going back and redoing. Honestly, I would never call them back again...period.
- Cheri P....
ASteve Hatton
The overall process went very smoothly. Mr.Hatton is very knowledgeable in many areas.  He helped me make some great changes in my plan that I'm very pleased with.  Things were very organized or at least as organized as they can be during a remodel.  He done the entire bathroom. He installed new cabinetry, done a custom tile job around the mirror over the sink, painted the walls and trim, plumbed in the new toilet and sink fixtures.  I love my new bathroom!!!  I will most definitely be using Mr. Hatton in the future!!!
- Jennifer H....
AEcklar Home Improvement
We contacted Ernie, among other providers, because we found him on Angie's List last October. We needed to update just about everything in our home, so it was going to be a long, and large project. I think we had a total of 11 contractors come out to give quotes. I believe around 6 of them were from Angie's List. We settled on Ernie for several reasons. I liked the vibe I got when dealing with him. There were a couple of contractors who came in who felt a bit shady. Ernie was down to earth, easy to talk to, and easily offered up suggestions when I was stuck on exactly how I might want something done. I also told him our project would probably be done in pieces, as we had a lot to do. He seemed okay with this. However, although we might have been focusing on just one project, we continually discussed what the best way would be to do what was coming next. He communicated often, and always returned phone calls. He was great at working around my schedule. At first, things were slow because I only had one day off a week. We weren't comfortable allowing anyone in without one of us home. It wasn't long before I felt okay with allowing him to come and work while we were gone. We never had a formally written contract. Often during the process I worried about this, recounting all the horrific tales I'd heard from others about contractors changing their prices, or what they're doing, etc. Our agreements were all verbal. I wouldn't recommend verbal agreements, because it really is better to have everything hashed out in detailed writing, and I realize we took a gamble in doing so. Ernie did talk about bringing in a written contract on several occasions, but it didnt happen while this part of the work was being done. However, I didn't insist either. In the end, his quoted amount stayed the same. It felt disjointed at times, because some things we discussed didnt get done, or were part of the original quote yet were done separately, later. The backings on the steps are an example. That was part of the original quote, yet later I paid for it to be done separately. There were also supposed to be a couple more lights going in, to my understanding. Now, the basement isn't completed yet (we are doing things in increments as money allows) so the lights will still go in. It was my understanding, tho, that as part of the original 1st stage quote that there would be at least 2 others. Yet, there were other things that were part of the original quote that I decided against having done, and Ernie adjusted accordingly and I paid quite a bit less than the original amount quoted in the long run. Ernie did arrange for drywall to be delivered. Some materials were included in cost, and other times I was responsible for getting materials. Some people may want a contractor to just be all inclusive, but we preferred to purchase some of our own materials. Ernie was very good at giving us advice on what to buy. If he had to purchase something outside of the included cost, he simply presented the receipt for re-imbursement. No up charge. The above examples are really why one should have everything in writing. I don't believe for a second that the things I felt were left out was intentional. My understanding of every detail we agreed to may have been different than what he thought. It was such a minor thing because, as I said, in the long run we still paid a very fair amount and the work was quality. That means more to me than creating conflict over a difference of understanding when the money paid out is still very much in the ballpark of where it should be. Had I felt he was jerking me around, that would be a different issue entirely. But I never felt that way. No, I think having the written contract just helps both parties know exactly what is being paid for. When I paid the remainder of the money for the completion of the first increment of basement updating is when I received an itemized list of what had been done. We've been in talks with Ernie about updating other parts of the house as we are able. We bought new kitchen floor, and was going to have Ernie install it. His quote just for installation of our tile floored me. Once I researched it, his amount was right on par with average installation costs of tile. I just had no idea how much it was BEFORE buying tile!!! Of course, that was MY failing. In the end, I used my brother and his friend for the flooring because my brother works for a commercial flooring company, and he did it for about $1300 less simply because I am his sister. Had I not had such a personal relationship for such a cost, I certainly would have had Ernie in here laying that floor! All in all, Ernie gave quality work at a reasonable price. He was good whether the job was just to hook up my new dishwasher and sink, or a much bigger job of dry walling and putting a ceiling up in a 300 SF room. I certainly intend to use in in the future for any kind of updating and repair work around my home!
- Dana P....
FHill's Construction LLC
In early February 2009, my husband & I were in the process of looking to purchase a home in central Kentucky. On February 16, 2009, Linda Hill (David Hill?s wife) began showing us various homes as our real estate agent. David Hill of Hill?s Construction LLC was present at these home viewings, & when my husband & I would indicate that work needed to be done in any of the homes we were viewing, Mrs. Hill would immediately state ?David can do that!? & Mr. Hill would follow up by saying ?Yes, I can do that!? When we viewed the very first home on our list, we noticed some roof shingles had blown into the yard & made mention of it. This is when Mr. Hill first told us he was a home builder & indicated it would not be difficult for him to repair something. This continued throughout that first day & on all subsequent days we viewed homes. In each home we viewed, Mr. Hill would also show us things we did not notice ourselves & make a point of telling us how they had been constructed improperly & how he would?ve done them differently. He stated more than once that he was a perfectionist who used the best materials & did the highest quality of work for his customers. Because Mr. Hill indicated he was a home builder, my husband & I asked about the cost of building a home if by chance we did not find something already constructed. Mr. Hill stated that he had built his own home & asked if we wanted to see it so we could see for ourselves the quality of his work. He also indicated that he was thinking about selling his home & gave us a purchase price. It was, however, more than we could afford & so we declined. I remember thinking during that visit to his home that it looked very nice, but based upon the quality of work he did in our home, he either (A) took his time & paid attention to detail when building his own home, or (B) someone else built it. In no way is the craftsmanship used in building his home anywhere near the craftsmanship used in remodeling our home. My husband & I made 3 trips to Kentucky to view homes before making a bid on our present home which of course was accepted. Based on Mr. Hill?s continuous comments about how various aspects of work in the homes we viewed was done cheaply or incorrectly, how he was a perfectionist who used only the best materials & did the highest quality of work, as well as our viewing his own home which he indicated he built himself, we contracted with Mr. Hill to do various work in our home. This work included painting the inside walls, doors, & trim, trim replacement, construction of a new interior staircase, & renovating the outdoor front porch & steps. We paid David Hill a total of $16,700.00 for his work: $6,525.00 up front, $6,675.00 at ?completion? (although the staircase was never totally finished), & $3,500.00 via the title company upon closing on the house. Although we were greatly displeased with the work David Hill performed, we felt obligated to pay the remaining balance because we signed a contract with him. When we conveyed our displeasure to him, he became very defensive & rude & told us he thought we were being ?picky.? I even took him through the house to point out the problems with his work; however, he refused to view the entire home & told me that he did not believe he could do anything to please me. Following is a breakdown of the work Mr. Hill did: 1. Mr. Hill replaced the existing trim in our home with brand new trim. In many instances, this brand new trim was gouged or cracked. Instead of replacing these damaged pieces of trim with undamaged pieces, he installed the damaged trim. In several instances the brand new trim was broken (had pieces missing along the edges) & Mr. Hill used some kind of putty to try to sculpt what the board was supposed to look like. There are areas where the trim is not flush with the floor. There are areas where the trim has been unevenly joined or mitered incorrectly. There are places where the trim is coming loose from the wall or pulling apart in the corners & at the mitered areas. 2. I had requested that satin paint be used to paint the interior of the home. Mr. Hill called me before purchasing the paint to inform me that a flat finish paint was the better choice. He indicated that satin finish would ?show every little imperfection in the walls.? Because I liked the paint in his own home, I asked him what type of paint was used there. He indicated he would need to call his wife to ask her & would call me back. In the meantime I called my brother, who has extensive home remodeling experience, to ask if I should use satin or flat finish paint. My brother indicated that satin finish should be used in the kitchen & bathrooms but flat finish should be used in the remainder of the home. When Mr. Hill called back, he told me his wife indicated that flat finish paint was used in their home. Based on this information & the information I received from my brother, I told Mr. Hill to use the flat finish & thanked him for alerting me to this before purchasing the paint. I told him I knew nothing about paint & chose the satin finish only because it was more expensive & I felt that meant it was the better choice. Mr. Hill agreed to purchase the flat finish paint. However, after going through all of this, Mr. Hill decided on his own to purchase the satin finish paint anyway, even though we had just agreed that he would purchase the flat finish, because satin finish is the paint I initially requested. Please note that I am not complaining about the painting job done in our home due to any ?imperfections? showing up from the drywall such as roughness or depressions in the drywall itself. I am complaining about the splotchiness of the painting. Wall paint was slopped onto the trim. Trim paint was slopped onto the walls. Paint was slopped onto the toilets, sinks, tubs, shower, fixtures, countertops, sides of cabinets, floors, & tile. Mr. Hill did not offer any excuse regarding the sloppiness of the paint job except to tell me I was ?picky? & nothing could please me. He blamed the splotchiness of the paint job on the use of the satin finish paint. Not surprisingly, I spoke with a Porter Paint representative regarding the splotchiness of the painting job done in our home using their satin finish Hi-Hide paint. This representative told me that this particular paint is one of their best sellers. In his words, they have sold ?boatloads? of this paint over the years & if there had been any problems with paint coverage being splotchy, he would?ve heard about it by now. 3. Mr. Hill was supposed to replace the inside stairs, add a decorative railing in the open area, & replace the original railing at the wall. These stairs & railings do not comply with building codes. The railings are positioned too high. The depth of each step varies from 11-1/2? to 11-3/4?. The height of each step varies from 6-3/4? to 9-3/4?. Also, there is a ?lip? on each step that hangs over the step below it. This ?lip? is part of the depth of the step. The measurement of the ?lip? varies from 1-1/2? to 3-1/4?. The varied measurements of these "lips" are dangerous, especially at the top step where the lip measures 3-1/4" while the "lip" on the next step measures 2-3/4". This extended measurement of the "lip" on the top step makes the next step not as deep as the others. You must be very careful when you are walking down the stairs as you inevitably bump the back of your calf on this "lip" ... & when you are walking up the stairs & are not paying attention, your toes will catch on this extended overhang & you will trip & fall. These stairs are an accident waiting to happen. Also, the stairs, railings, & ledge above them were never finished. They were stained but never sealed. 4. The outside porch stair railings were cut incorrectly. They are crooked & do not line up with the posts. The posts were also placed incorrectly so that they hang off the sides of the bottom step. With regard to the posts being placed incorrectly, Mr. Hill told me the installer ?admitted me made a mistake? when positioning the posts but there was ?nothing that could be done about it now.? Mr. Hill told me to plant a daylily in these areas to hide the mistake. Mr. Hill's work in our home was sloppy, amaterish, & of poor quality. My husband & I are retired on disability. We spent most of our savings on our home & the remodeling work we asked Mr. Hill to perform for us. We are now faced with the task of trying to find the money to hire someone who is truly qualified to redo this work correctly.
- Shirlee H....