South Glens Falls Deck Painting

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College Works Painting - New York
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Recent Review: The job was fine. The workers were polite, respectful and worked hard to get the job done. Cleanup at the end was not perfect (debris was left), but overall we are pleased with our newly-stained deck.
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Action Contracting
Business Description: I am a full service general contractor with over 12 years experience. Several of my services include: Kitchen Remodeling, Bathroom Remodeling, Basement Remodeling, Windows, Doors, Siding, Drywall, Painting, Decks, and Insulation. No job is too big or too small! Free Estimates Provided. Fully Insured.
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House Painting Albany
Business Description: We are the keepers of the perfect paint job done properly from the first time. Exterior house painting in the Albany NY by David's Building and Design is the thing dreams are made of. House exterior painting can get costly very quick if done wrong, Here at Davids Building we take home painting jobs more serious than a neurosurgeon does on a brain. Be it interior house painting, deck resurfacing or exterior house painting, we are the neurosurgeons of the painting industry. That's the story, the end to all debates on who's the best. House painting contractors are a dime a dozen, and we made sure to stand out in a market more saturated then water in a river. House painting cost estimates done by us will most definitely come in higher than many of our competitors. Not because we think we're worth it, we charge because YOU the customer is worth the time we are going to invest into your home. We the painters of the greater Albany area are all limited to the painting materials we can purchase. Be it the exterior painting and or interior painting, the heart with which we paint and absolute dedication to long lasting quality is what makes our work outlast any other painting competitor. Check the site out to learn more about our team, where we choose to work, call our hotline to get pricing, or schedule an "in person estimate". We are here to show the rest of the industry what dedication truly means. In a world of fast food and fast everything, the average cost to paint a house exterior or interior will always be higher from us then our competitors. We warned you of our higher prices than usual, now we dare you to hire the best. Higher only the best painters on the block, because you're worth it, your house painting is worth every penny and every look.
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Prusky Pressure Washing and Painting
Business Description: Been in business for over 30 years. For the most we expect full payment on a pressure washing job when the job is completed. On a painting job we ask for half up front to cover cost of materials and labor and the balance when job is completed. If it is a large company or business that we do a job for we bill them and general have it at net 10 or net 30
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College Pro Painters
Business Description: We know that you have a choice when it comes to selecting a partner for your house painting projects.You can trust College Pro to treat your home like the prized possession it is. • FREE detailed, written and/or emailed house painting and window cleaning estimates • Competitive pricing • Full workers’ compensation and liability insurance • Quality work, from preparation to cleanup • Two-year warranty on house painting services • Premium products • A year-round Customer Service Center • We are a proud member of the Better Business Bureau • We follow all local and national safety and waste disposal regulations • Energetic, dedicated, skilled house painters, who work hard to deliver the service and value that you deserve • We do not collect final payment on any project until you are fully satisfied Our Process The “College Pro Painters System” of producing high quality paint jobs consists of 5 steps: Surface preparation, Priming, Painting, Clean-up, and Inspection. Surface Preparation Surface Preparation is the key to the paint job. There are many methods of preparation and it is very important for you and the franchisee to decide what preparation needs to be done to deliver the desired result. Some methods of preparation will help the house last, while other types only improve the look of the finished product. Washing The first step to doing a good job is to ensure a clean surface. Should any mildew be present, we will hand wash the area with TSP or a cleaning solution. Power Washing removes all loose dirt, mildew, and chalking paint to provide a firm base for the finish coat to grab onto. Power washing can also brighten up your sidewalks, driveways, and rock walls by removing grease, dirt, and moss. Due to the power of the machines, only a person with specific training on this equipment will be performing this step in the process. Drop Cloths College Pro Painters will supply our own heavy-duty canvas drop cloths. We will place them all around the home where we will be performing any scraping. This will cover up your plants, cement or dirt and allows us to have an easier clean up at the end of the day. This will be beneficial to you as we can pick up all the scrapings, and, when the job is completed, it looks as if we weren’t even there. Caulking Caulking is a flexible sealer used in cracks where expansion and contraction is expected, such as around window and door frames. It prevents moisture from getting in the cracks of the wood. It is this moisture that causes some paint failures around windows. Only paintable latex caulking will be used on your home. Silicone caulking is not paintable and must be removed and replaced prior to a paint job, as it is primarily designed for bathrooms. Putty Putty is filler used on older windows to provide a seal against moisture and cold air between the glass and wood. It provides a straight line against the glass that does not need to be painted. This process is used on older, wood framed windows, often in heritage homes to preserve the authenticity. Many modern windows do not need this step, and your College Pro manager can provide you with advice on the windows. Scraping Scraping will remove all loose and peeling paint to provide a firm base for the top coat. This is essential to ensure the paint job will last. When an area is scraped there is an edge which is left. This edge does not affect how long the paint will last, but it is visible. This is an example of Level 1 Prep. Sanding Sanding is an option level of preparation that rounds the edges of a scraped area. This can be done with a belt sander, disk sander, or by hand, as appropriate. Sanding only helps with the look of the finished product and has no effect on the life of the paint job. If sanding is done, it is suggested to only do so in highly visible areas, such as the front door. Edges will be rounded and smoother, but not removed completely. Completely removing the paint is an uncommon, costly and time intensive procedure.
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H4C Handyman Services
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Business Description: Handyman services. Too busy to get to the small jobs around your home or office? I would be happy to help you with your "around the house" projects. NO JOB is too small. I CAN FIX IT, REPAIR IT, ASSEMBLE IT, ATTACH IT, TIGHTEN IT, STRAIGHTEN IT, SCREW IT, NAIL IT, GLUE IT, STAPLE IT....you get the idea. I can help with preparing your home for sale, repairing doors and windows, replacing screens, hanging (pictures, deorations, shelves, curtains, rods and blinds), patch wall holes, small painting jobs, caulking, install/replace(ceiling fans, light fixtures, toilets, appliances, and braided hoses), install AC window units and TVs, winterize your home (drain hot water heater), assist with home organization, basement, garage and yard clean up, outdoor sports equipment set up (ie basketball, soccer net), trim work, replace deck boards, change door knobs, handles and locks, change a light bulb, small landscaping work, rototilling, assembling home furniture, deck furniture, gazebo's, grills and baby furniture, assembling items for Christmas, just to name a few...... I can also be an extra set of hands to help with a home project. I have the ability to perform many different types of work and will consider any reasonable request. I have many years experience to meet your needs. I guarantee that all my work will be done with the upmost integrity, reliability and quality at a very fair price. Our customers come first with their satisfaction as our number one priority. Proudly serving the Capital District. Free estimates. Senior and Military discounts. Available Evenings, Weekends and Holidays. Please check out my Facebook page at Handyman4C
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G & G Pro Painting LLC
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Recent Review: Responded immediately to request. Provided a detailed and fair estimate.
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Fridholm Painting
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Recent Review: Work performed promptly with high quality.
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Amf Painting LLC
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Recent Review: As always, Art was responsive, punctual, precise, and neat as a pin. We have been using him for 12 years.
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collegiate entrepreneurs
Recent Review: I have submitted a  complaint to the Attorney General's office for several reasons. The biggest reason is the condition that my house has been left in. After a month of being argued with every time I pointed these and other problems out, the examples below are a summary of what my house now looks like after they say they have done all they can do. I think it looks horrible and I shouldn?t have to pay for something like this.  Why would I have to pay for work that is not complete and looks horrible because of all of the spills, damages, and skipped over areas?  I have been told anything from "that?s not deck stain on the side of your house, it?s dirt" to "I am not doing that, it was not part of the estimate" and "that was never painted in the past so I am not responsible for it". It is now June 16th. The job has taken a month instead of 14 days and after multiple individual attempts to pressure me to sign off on both contracts (the deck and the house) it still is not completed. I have not had access to my deck so far the entire season nor have I been able to work on the landscaping around the house. On June 16th I have been informed in person, via a text message, and in writing that Collegiate Entrepreneurs has completed the job and they have done everything they can do. For a home improvement project I can honestly say it was anything but an improvement. I believe it looks worse now. It is going to cost time and money to get a professional painter to complete and fix the work that I hired Collegiate Entrepreneurs to do. Also part of my complaint is that I believe that I was misled about what work was going to be honored. I was thorough, during the estimate, about what I wanted painted. Throughout the course of the job I was continually told "that wasn?t part of the estimate so it will not be done". If you were to eliminate all of the areas that I was eventually told were not included in the estimate, it would mean I hired them to merely paint the green cedar siding of the house and nothing more. No trim, no doors, no fascia, no soffits, no stairs, etc.. I was also misled about the price quote. It was the price as well as the work that was going to be included (per our first walk around) that caused me to hire Collegiate Entrepreneurs over the other companies I received estimates from. However, a week after the job started I was informed that tax was not included on the signed contract and that it was to be added into the total price. Another complaint I have is that I believe I was pressured into signing off on work prior to its completion. Anytime I attempted to escalate the problem to management it has gone unanswered. I have not received any response from the management of Collegiate Entrepreneurs outside of the one meeting I had with the Executive Manager to work on resolving my complaints. Also, the resolutions proposed during that one meeting on June 1st were not honored nor have I received any responses to my phone calls and email messages concerning that. Those messages only got passed back to the Student Manager which is the person running the job and that has not been honoring our agreement. I should not have to pay for this horrible work and horrible treatment. Especially since I will need to pay someone to complete the work and fix the mess. I DO NOT want anyone from Collegiate Entrepreneurs to return to my property. It?s a matter of not trusting them at this point. It has been made clear that the Student Manager running the job is angry about going over budget and blames me for that. After a month long battle, there are too many issues that have not been resolved. Any attempted resolution on their part has also caused further damages. I would like to have both contracts cancelled , my 20% deposit refunded, a written guarantee that I will be reimbursed the cost of replacing the damaged gutters with a contractor of my choosing, and a written notice from Collegiate Entrepreneurs that I am paid in full and owe them nothing more.  This request has gone unanswered with the exception of them agreeing to take the price to fix my gutter off the remaining balance.  They have skipped over numerous areas, have numerous paint spills/smears all around the house, deck, and landscape, and have caused property damages that cannot be fixed. I have 426 pictures to show what condition my home has been left in .   This is the condition my home has been left in as of today (June 17th): Property Damage includes:  1) The new Gutter System has large amounts of paint spilled and brushed on.   They further defaced the gutters by trying to gouge the latex paint off one of the down spouts (without my consent) and gouged right down to the alluminum in a 2 foot length.  Another gutter down spout was painted, top to bottom, with DECK STAIN to cover errors. This was done AFTER I said that the gutters were new and I did NOT want them painted.   2) The new Roof.  Large amounts of green paint and white primer were dumped on my roof.   They tried to remove it with Goof Off.  Not only did it not remove any of the paint, it caused large bleach spots on the roof.   3) The New Stone Chimney.  This is a heart break because I had a mason build this and was the focal point of the front of my house.  There is green paint over painted from the house and just spilled on the chimney.  4) The Cement Around Pool. Even after my repeated warning to not get the deck stain on the cement because it would cause permenant damage, he did anyway.  Apparently, since the work was done in the rain that was on and off, I am thinking that when the tarp was pulled out the wet stain dumped onto the cement and was left to dry.  There are Spots Skipped Entirely:  Just some of the MANY examples would be the corner of house is bare wood and flaked old paint.  They did not touch that corner at all except to spill white primer down the side.  The flashing above gutters - not touched at all.  Most fascia not sanded, primed, painted. All soffits not touched at all (entire house).  The deck is HORRIBLE.  They just rolled stain on the top and did not touch the sides except where the stain dripped  down.  The previous stain color was dark purple and the new color is light tan. Entire large areas of the deck were not touched.  Leaves and dirt were rolled into the stain and left.   Green mold, that wasn't bleach washed as promised, is showing through the thin coat of stain.  The front steps were painted with latex paint and not stained.  It rained the following day and the paint washed right off.  Now I am left with the entrance to my home with the majority of the steps bare wood and clearly showing no primer was used and the green mold was not removed first.  That's how it was left.  There's an entire list of problems that I just do not have the room to fit in this report such as ALL of the vinyl window sills have been permenantly damaged with messy painting and brush strokes.  Large amounts of dark green paint on the window of my front door was left to dry.  Everything that I am mentioning is how my home was left by Collegiate Entrepreneurs as they claim they completed the job.   Here's another example of an attempt at charging me a higher price and not doing the work.  My house is cedar siding.  The last board before the deck measures 22 feet in length.  That was left as bare wood and green mold.  When I mentioned this on June 14th as I was being sternly pressured to sign off on the job yet again, I was told it was never painted in the past so it was not their responsibility. Finally, 2 days later,  he barely covered parts of it but with tan deck stain. Now there is a 22 foot length of cedar siding on the side of my dark green home that is a mix of tan, bare wood, and green mold.   All around the house the lighter green of the previous paint job over ten years ago is showing because they skipped over areas.  Cinder block chimney - I was told time and again it was not part of the estimate. It was finally painted to fix house paint painted over onto the adjoining side of the chimney. The Executive Manager during the June 1st meeting said that it needed to be painted and we discussed masonry primer. However, Latex house paint was directly applied instead of the Loxon Masonry primer/then paint.  Now the cement chimney is so lightly coated that it's two tone between the dark green paint and the gray cement showing through.  Sides of window sills got painted to cover up errors but just as much of the white vinyl is showing as the green paint.  All window sills of the house are now like this. Trampled and painted landscaping all around the house.  This is the condition my home has been left in after a month. Again, this is only a small sample of examples of the mess left   I have been told they are finished. They have proven that any attempted fixes cause even more problems.  I have already given them plenty of opportunities to fix these issues.  They have made it clear that they are not willing nor able to fix their mess.   The majority of the skipped areas were skipped from the very beginning and continued to be skipped during several weeks of "fixes".  I wish you had the opportunity to view the complaint document I sent to the Attorney General and the full set of 426 pictures that document the mess.  Stay away from this company.   They are only out to make a quick, dishonest buck.

Reviews in South Glens Falls for Deck Painting

AAmf Painting LLC
As always, Art was responsive, punctual, precise, and neat as a pin. We have been using him for 12 years.
- Andrew A....
Fcollegiate entrepreneurs
I have submitted a  complaint to the Attorney General's office for several reasons. The biggest reason is the condition that my house has been left in. After a month of being argued with every time I pointed these and other problems out, the examples below are a summary of what my house now looks like after they say they have done all they can do. I think it looks horrible and I shouldn?t have to pay for something like this.  Why would I have to pay for work that is not complete and looks horrible because of all of the spills, damages, and skipped over areas?  I have been told anything from "that?s not deck stain on the side of your house, it?s dirt" to "I am not doing that, it was not part of the estimate" and "that was never painted in the past so I am not responsible for it". It is now June 16th. The job has taken a month instead of 14 days and after multiple individual attempts to pressure me to sign off on both contracts (the deck and the house) it still is not completed. I have not had access to my deck so far the entire season nor have I been able to work on the landscaping around the house. On June 16th I have been informed in person, via a text message, and in writing that Collegiate Entrepreneurs has completed the job and they have done everything they can do. For a home improvement project I can honestly say it was anything but an improvement. I believe it looks worse now. It is going to cost time and money to get a professional painter to complete and fix the work that I hired Collegiate Entrepreneurs to do. Also part of my complaint is that I believe that I was misled about what work was going to be honored. I was thorough, during the estimate, about what I wanted painted. Throughout the course of the job I was continually told "that wasn?t part of the estimate so it will not be done". If you were to eliminate all of the areas that I was eventually told were not included in the estimate, it would mean I hired them to merely paint the green cedar siding of the house and nothing more. No trim, no doors, no fascia, no soffits, no stairs, etc.. I was also misled about the price quote. It was the price as well as the work that was going to be included (per our first walk around) that caused me to hire Collegiate Entrepreneurs over the other companies I received estimates from. However, a week after the job started I was informed that tax was not included on the signed contract and that it was to be added into the total price. Another complaint I have is that I believe I was pressured into signing off on work prior to its completion. Anytime I attempted to escalate the problem to management it has gone unanswered. I have not received any response from the management of Collegiate Entrepreneurs outside of the one meeting I had with the Executive Manager to work on resolving my complaints. Also, the resolutions proposed during that one meeting on June 1st were not honored nor have I received any responses to my phone calls and email messages concerning that. Those messages only got passed back to the Student Manager which is the person running the job and that has not been honoring our agreement. I should not have to pay for this horrible work and horrible treatment. Especially since I will need to pay someone to complete the work and fix the mess. I DO NOT want anyone from Collegiate Entrepreneurs to return to my property. It?s a matter of not trusting them at this point. It has been made clear that the Student Manager running the job is angry about going over budget and blames me for that. After a month long battle, there are too many issues that have not been resolved. Any attempted resolution on their part has also caused further damages. I would like to have both contracts cancelled , my 20% deposit refunded, a written guarantee that I will be reimbursed the cost of replacing the damaged gutters with a contractor of my choosing, and a written notice from Collegiate Entrepreneurs that I am paid in full and owe them nothing more.  This request has gone unanswered with the exception of them agreeing to take the price to fix my gutter off the remaining balance.  They have skipped over numerous areas, have numerous paint spills/smears all around the house, deck, and landscape, and have caused property damages that cannot be fixed. I have 426 pictures to show what condition my home has been left in .   This is the condition my home has been left in as of today (June 17th): Property Damage includes:  1) The new Gutter System has large amounts of paint spilled and brushed on.   They further defaced the gutters by trying to gouge the latex paint off one of the down spouts (without my consent) and gouged right down to the alluminum in a 2 foot length.  Another gutter down spout was painted, top to bottom, with DECK STAIN to cover errors. This was done AFTER I said that the gutters were new and I did NOT want them painted.   2) The new Roof.  Large amounts of green paint and white primer were dumped on my roof.   They tried to remove it with Goof Off.  Not only did it not remove any of the paint, it caused large bleach spots on the roof.   3) The New Stone Chimney.  This is a heart break because I had a mason build this and was the focal point of the front of my house.  There is green paint over painted from the house and just spilled on the chimney.  4) The Cement Around Pool. Even after my repeated warning to not get the deck stain on the cement because it would cause permenant damage, he did anyway.  Apparently, since the work was done in the rain that was on and off, I am thinking that when the tarp was pulled out the wet stain dumped onto the cement and was left to dry.  There are Spots Skipped Entirely:  Just some of the MANY examples would be the corner of house is bare wood and flaked old paint.  They did not touch that corner at all except to spill white primer down the side.  The flashing above gutters - not touched at all.  Most fascia not sanded, primed, painted. All soffits not touched at all (entire house).  The deck is HORRIBLE.  They just rolled stain on the top and did not touch the sides except where the stain dripped  down.  The previous stain color was dark purple and the new color is light tan. Entire large areas of the deck were not touched.  Leaves and dirt were rolled into the stain and left.   Green mold, that wasn't bleach washed as promised, is showing through the thin coat of stain.  The front steps were painted with latex paint and not stained.  It rained the following day and the paint washed right off.  Now I am left with the entrance to my home with the majority of the steps bare wood and clearly showing no primer was used and the green mold was not removed first.  That's how it was left.  There's an entire list of problems that I just do not have the room to fit in this report such as ALL of the vinyl window sills have been permenantly damaged with messy painting and brush strokes.  Large amounts of dark green paint on the window of my front door was left to dry.  Everything that I am mentioning is how my home was left by Collegiate Entrepreneurs as they claim they completed the job.   Here's another example of an attempt at charging me a higher price and not doing the work.  My house is cedar siding.  The last board before the deck measures 22 feet in length.  That was left as bare wood and green mold.  When I mentioned this on June 14th as I was being sternly pressured to sign off on the job yet again, I was told it was never painted in the past so it was not their responsibility. Finally, 2 days later,  he barely covered parts of it but with tan deck stain. Now there is a 22 foot length of cedar siding on the side of my dark green home that is a mix of tan, bare wood, and green mold.   All around the house the lighter green of the previous paint job over ten years ago is showing because they skipped over areas.  Cinder block chimney - I was told time and again it was not part of the estimate. It was finally painted to fix house paint painted over onto the adjoining side of the chimney. The Executive Manager during the June 1st meeting said that it needed to be painted and we discussed masonry primer. However, Latex house paint was directly applied instead of the Loxon Masonry primer/then paint.  Now the cement chimney is so lightly coated that it's two tone between the dark green paint and the gray cement showing through.  Sides of window sills got painted to cover up errors but just as much of the white vinyl is showing as the green paint.  All window sills of the house are now like this. Trampled and painted landscaping all around the house.  This is the condition my home has been left in after a month. Again, this is only a small sample of examples of the mess left   I have been told they are finished. They have proven that any attempted fixes cause even more problems.  I have already given them plenty of opportunities to fix these issues.  They have made it clear that they are not willing nor able to fix their mess.   The majority of the skipped areas were skipped from the very beginning and continued to be skipped during several weeks of "fixes".  I wish you had the opportunity to view the complaint document I sent to the Attorney General and the full set of 426 pictures that document the mess.  Stay away from this company.   They are only out to make a quick, dishonest buck.
- Christine W....
ABoone's Painting
They showed up on time and were very thorough in prepping the area and cleaning up afterwards.
- Colleen C....
AAAZ REMODELING
  "Z" was great and I highly recommend him. Not only did he do a professional and great job, he also followed up on details I asked for. He discussed all the details with me and was open to suggestions.         He is a very personable and honest person, easy to talk to,  and you can trust him. I would hire hiim in an instant for any remodeling job you have.
- Rosette R....
AAdo Construction
Ado was very responsive and did a great job. I would hire him again. They completed the work very fast and the quality was great.
- Eric L....
ARAYNOR SHINE
I've used Raynor Shine for a few projects, the largest was fixing and staining my deck. Tim is conscientious and professional. He is also creative when an issue needs a non-standard fix - I had a short piece of siding missing below my back door and he came up with a great solution.
- Jessica B....
APride Painting
Al's crew was a pleasure to deal with and completed the work promptly and professionally. This is the second time I contracted with Pride Painting, and wouldn't hesitate to call on them again.
- Andrew J....
ANoland's Painting LLC
I hired Ken Noland to paint my deck and porch. Even though the job turned out to be much more than he expected, he was always very professional and meticulous. He is a true gentleman and clearly takes great pride in his work. I highly recommend him.
- Linda P....
AG & G Pro Painting LLC
Power washing was performed promptly by a sub-contractor.  Then about a week went by.  They were waiting for two dry days to then stain the deck on the third day.  They arrived today and did a quick and very professional job.  Their price was somewhat below the average of the three contractors that I solicited for a bid on my deck job.  But, their performance was tops.
- John W....
AWhite's Painting and Power Washing
Bob and his crew did an excellent job.  They kept me well informed throughout the process (took awhile to schedule because of extraordinarily rainy summer) and did the work when they said they would.  Deck looks great and I am extremely pleased.  Would definitely recommend Bob to others and will use him for my next painting project.
- Alan W....