Hobbs Deck Power Washing

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Recent Review: Nice work! Home looks like new...
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Recent Review: It went well.  Phillip and helper arrived on time and did the work in a timely manner.  They also trimmed the wood walkway where the pieces of wood were swollen and no longer fit in the space provided.  Overall very pleased.
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Recent Review: The initial quote was off by several thousand dollars. They showed up for the job three weeks after initial scheduling, claiming certain necessary items were not available. They then "discovered" a more significant problem than they quoted, resulting in another month delay. When they repaired the deck, they failed to use a level and many parts of the railing are visibly not lined up properly. They then didn't do a careful job of power-washing the deck and didn't use any cleaning solutions (against the recommendation of the stain). The finished product looked awful. We ended up redoing everything they were paid to do, what a waste of $4.5k!
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Recent Review: I paid Travis $1,100 for 10 hours of the labor for him and his helper to stain two decks. I bought the stain on my own.  One deck was a smaller redwood deck, which was approximately six years old and had been stained twice before.  The other was a larger pressure-treated deck which was two and half years old and had been stained once before.  The older deck had some mildew on it and also required stripping of remnants of the previous stain. With respect to the larger deck, I had bought 10 gallons of Behr solid color sage green stain.  He, however, only put five gallons on, which resulted in a coat so thin that you could see the brown wood underneath.  After I paid him, he promised to come back and put another coat on, but then claimed to have forgotten about me.  So I had to hire someone else to put a second coat on. With respect to the smaller deck, as a result of stripping off the old stain and pressure washing the deck, the deck and railings were covered with numerous rough, fuzzy spots.  It looked like the deck had cancer. The wood was no longer smooth.  But rather than sanding down the rough spots, he applied the solid color gray stain directly on the rough spots.  The deck had been completely smooth before he cleaned it.  I told him that the rough spots were very unattractive and I would have expected him to sand the rough spots before he applied the stain.  He explained that was not how it was done.  Anytime that he has removed the old stain from a deck, it has resulted in rough patches, and his customers have not minded that their deck was no longer smooth.  In other words, he felt that I was being unreasonable to expect a smooth deck anytime after a deck has been prepped and stained.  I guess I just have higher standards than he and his other customers do.  So I had to hire someone else to sand the rough patches and re-stain them.  Bottom line, if you want a smooth attractive deck after it's been stained, don't hire Travis.  If, however, you want an  unattractive deck and railings covered with rough patches, hire him.  This guy is not about quality and does not take pride in his work..

Reviews in Hobbs for Pressure Washing Decks

AFirst Class Clean
I thought it was gonna be an inconvenience but they were in and out in the time they said they would be. I didn't have any issues.
- Emily N....
ACountry Decks Unlimited HM
Called several Deck company's to power wash, fix all screws and paint our deck. Country Decks Unlimited was quick to respond, quick to get me an estimate and did a great job. I choose them over several others mainly because of there communication. I hate when you contact a company and they get back to you 2,3 or several days later or not art all! CDU called me with in a few hours, and emailed me an estimate by the end of the day! They were flexible and fairly priced. I will use them again!
- Paul S....
CHome Sweet Home Improvement
The initial quote was off by several thousand dollars. They showed up for the job three weeks after initial scheduling, claiming certain necessary items were not available. They then "discovered" a more significant problem than they quoted, resulting in another month delay. When they repaired the deck, they failed to use a level and many parts of the railing are visibly not lined up properly. They then didn't do a careful job of power-washing the deck and didn't use any cleaning solutions (against the recommendation of the stain). The finished product looked awful. We ended up redoing everything they were paid to do, what a waste of $4.5k!
- Tom T....
DTravis Freeman Construction
I paid Travis $1,100 for 10 hours of the labor for him and his helper to stain two decks. I bought the stain on my own.  One deck was a smaller redwood deck, which was approximately six years old and had been stained twice before.  The other was a larger pressure-treated deck which was two and half years old and had been stained once before.  The older deck had some mildew on it and also required stripping of remnants of the previous stain. With respect to the larger deck, I had bought 10 gallons of Behr solid color sage green stain.  He, however, only put five gallons on, which resulted in a coat so thin that you could see the brown wood underneath.  After I paid him, he promised to come back and put another coat on, but then claimed to have forgotten about me.  So I had to hire someone else to put a second coat on. With respect to the smaller deck, as a result of stripping off the old stain and pressure washing the deck, the deck and railings were covered with numerous rough, fuzzy spots.  It looked like the deck had cancer. The wood was no longer smooth.  But rather than sanding down the rough spots, he applied the solid color gray stain directly on the rough spots.  The deck had been completely smooth before he cleaned it.  I told him that the rough spots were very unattractive and I would have expected him to sand the rough spots before he applied the stain.  He explained that was not how it was done.  Anytime that he has removed the old stain from a deck, it has resulted in rough patches, and his customers have not minded that their deck was no longer smooth.  In other words, he felt that I was being unreasonable to expect a smooth deck anytime after a deck has been prepped and stained.  I guess I just have higher standards than he and his other customers do.  So I had to hire someone else to sand the rough patches and re-stain them.  Bottom line, if you want a smooth attractive deck after it's been stained, don't hire Travis.  If, however, you want an  unattractive deck and railings covered with rough patches, hire him.  This guy is not about quality and does not take pride in his work..
- Marietta C....