Pataskala Metal Stair Installation

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Business Description: Garrett Custom Carpentry is a small growing Business specializing in Finish/Trim Custom Carpentry. I am the Owner, Donny Garrett. I am 42 years old. I have been in business for myself since 2016 and have been working in Carpentry since my early teens. Garrett Custom Carpentry expertise includes but not limited to Staircase (new)Build, Staircase Tread & Riser Replacement, Baseboard, Door/Window Casing, Shoe Mold, Crown Molding, Wainscoting including Shiplap, Chair Rail, Interior & Exterior Door installation, Cabinet Installation, Fireplace Surround, any Finish Carpentry & Interior or Exterior Molding project. Carpentry is what I love to do. I get to look at the work I accomplish and be Proud of it!
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Business Description: FREE ESTIMATES. HOURS OF SERVICE ARE MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 8-5 AND SATURDAY FROM 8-3. CLOSED SUNDAY. ALT # 755-3873.
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Business Description: Architectural millwork: residential & commercial capital city millwork offers a complete selection of hardwood products from both domestic and exotic species of wood. We provide a full line of hardwood custom pattern mouldings, dimensional lumber, stock and custom mouldings, stair parts, interior and exterior doors, architectural hardware and many other products to fulfill your building needs.
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Business Description: Owner operated. No subs. Cost is determined by the job.
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Business Description: Ed Compton has over 40 years of experience in both interior & exterior residential remodeling.
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Recent Review: We reached out to Linda in January for an estimate and were given a very reasonable price compared to a few other places we had checked with. Our is an older Clintonville home and most of the floors had been covered by carpet or plywood and linoleum so the condition of the floors were very poor before L&L came. She came to the house and gave us a great price and said she would get back with calendar dates of availability. Scheduling proved to be a pain primarily because L&L was booked out so far in advance and we had a little trouble communicating before the day the team was scheduled to arrive. However, once a date was set and the team arrived at the house, things could not have gone more smoothly. L&L is a family owned business and it was very clear that the guys work great with one another. Mike and Nick spent a good hour with me walking through the house initially making recommendations and surveying the work to be done. They made great recommendations with areas they knew could be affordably repaired (even at one point talking me out of replacing an area of the floor my wife and I had thought needed to be replaced) and were up front with other areas where the wood was either too shallow or a gouge was too deep to to truly cover up. Nick was fantastic with communication throughout the service, touching base with me each day and making sure to double check with us on preference before moving forward with certain tasks. They were able to finish a day ahead of schedule (which we greatly appreciated) and the quality of the workmanship really impressed me. They did a very good job of minimizing the dust throughout the house (refinishing is a messy business) and clearly spent a fair amount of time cleaning each room before they left. Overall, the job that they did was tremendous and easily added to the value of my house triple of the amount we paid. I will certainly L&L Hardwood again in the future and would absolutely recommend them to anyone looking for wooden flooring work.
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Business Description: We are a locally-owned and operated company that specializes in building custom homes. With over 25 years of experience in the building industry, we have the knowledge and tools to build the home of your dreams. We don't want to be seen as your average builder. We want to be treated like family by our clients as we get to know one another throughout the process. Your needs are our top priority and we make sure they are constantly met through our work and customer service. If you're in the market for a remodeling project, we can recreate your dream as easily as if we built it from scratch. Call today to schedule an appointment with a local building contractor!
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Recent Review: Steve transformed our outdated family room into a wonderful, more modern room. His artistry added an entirely new level to the stair and railing. He and my wife were able to effectively communicate and provide an incredible piece of functional art. Will be happy to provide more feed back if requested.
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Recent Review: Flawless!  Perfect!  Our home was built in 1991 and we had carpeted the staircase.  We wanted a cleaner look and decided to remove the carpet and refinish the stairs.  The trim of the entire house is done in pickled oak.  The owners, Don and Davina started by assembling a plastic wall to prevent dust from getting into the house.  The stairs, including the risers, were sanded down and prepared for staining by Bill and his team.  I specifically mention the risers because one of the highly rated wood staircase refinishers on Angie's List "doesn't do risers."  I let Bill select the stain and he really nailed it!  It's a perfect match with the rest of the house.  It really turned out better than I dared hope for.
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Recent Review: The main part of the job went perfectly well, though we didn't get quite as far as I had hoped. We needed wood trim installed in a staircase and two rooms, but one of the rooms did not get finished in the time we had allotted because one of the staircase cuts was difficult to make and took a lot of trial and error. I had also thought the trim that was installed would get caulked, but time ran out on that, too. What was completed was done well.

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APunch Out Plus LLC
Flawless!  Perfect!  Our home was built in 1991 and we had carpeted the staircase.  We wanted a cleaner look and decided to remove the carpet and refinish the stairs.  The trim of the entire house is done in pickled oak.  The owners, Don and Davina started by assembling a plastic wall to prevent dust from getting into the house.  The stairs, including the risers, were sanded down and prepared for staining by Bill and his team.  I specifically mention the risers because one of the highly rated wood staircase refinishers on Angie's List "doesn't do risers."  I let Bill select the stain and he really nailed it!  It's a perfect match with the rest of the house.  It really turned out better than I dared hope for.
- Nancy H....
AAbode Home Maintenance
All went well.  I purchased an Angie's List deal for wood refinishing.  We had quite a bit of damage to the finish on the hand rails and a few of the stairs on our main staircase.  We had them refinish the damaged areas.  They were professional about making the appointment and the work was very good.
- Patricia T....
ABryants Home Repair
The main part of the job went perfectly well, though we didn't get quite as far as I had hoped. We needed wood trim installed in a staircase and two rooms, but one of the rooms did not get finished in the time we had allotted because one of the staircase cuts was difficult to make and took a lot of trial and error. I had also thought the trim that was installed would get caulked, but time ran out on that, too. What was completed was done well.
- Matt C....
ATom Littleton Carpentry
Working with Tom was great. He was considerate, punctual, and respectful. He is a true craftsman, and I would recommend him to anyone, without hesitation.
- Mary O....
AKuhns Contracting Inc
We were satisfied with their work. They are very professional and careful. They cleaned up nicely. I have no complaints what so ever. I would recommend their services.
- Harold B....
AJays MetalCrafting
I found Jay on Angie's List and contacted him to arrange for an estimate. Jay actually stopped by that same afternoon (6:00 pm) and was ready to do the work if I wanted. We agreed and he finished the repairs in about 30 minutes. Since I was making various repairs and upgrades to the house in the hopes of selling it this summer, I was anxious to find someone to fix the iron raling soon. Most companies had long lead times, PLUS, I would have had to bring the heavy railing in myself or pay for a pick-up fee. Jay operates a mobile unit and said he could come right to the house. It was a true blessing. To top it off, Jay stopped by and did the work the same day I called him. He was courteous, professional, and did an excelent job. He showed me his portfolio and explained his range of services. I would definitlely use him again.
- Claudia H....
ABDJ Handymen Services
Bill was matched with me from a handymen site after I spent a lot of time trying to find someone to come and give me an estimate to fix the main staircase in my old house. He called every time he said he would, gave me options to fix the problem, and was very good at performing the job--and at a reasonable price. Definitely would recommend him!
- Robert C....
AAffordable Interior Finish Carpentry & Floors
The stairs were exactly what I wanted - he did a great job and spent time checking with me at periodically to make sure the stairs were just what I wanted. He cleaned up afterwards. Exceeded my expectations.
- Christine B....
FUtmost Renovations
Over the last 8 years I have had business transactions with many contractors in my personal and professional life. In my experience, nothing is ever perfect when work is being done and something usually goes wrong. I have found that the best businesses are the ones that own up to the issue, apologize and correct the problem. I understand that as a customer I many not be right, but my questions should be taken seriously and responded to with respect. Unfortunately, my experience with Mark Huffer, the president and owner of Utmost was the exact opposite. Below is the contract and issues that transpired. CONTRACT: SCOPE: Clean all steps/landings on the front and back of the house (4 ct. total), remove all loose, spalled, broken, and/or larger cracked (does not include fissures and/or hairline cracks as agreed unless the brick is truly cracked all the way thru, etc.) bricks and replace the broken ones (this doto match existing and relay all of them in new type S mortar (harder, laying mortar) color, spot-tuckpoint all open, loose, missing, very bad mismatched color/finish of previous repointing of joints, cracked, and/or crumbled mortar joints via grinding out to a min. depth of 1/2" to 3/4" and repoint using a type n mortar (softer, repair mortar) with mortars to match the finish of existing joints very closely (we will do samples for your approval), reset the loose handrails and final clean new mortar. We will warranty our labor and materials for one year (it is flat work). Terms are a third down and balance on completion. My initial experience with Mark was easy and professional. His pricing (even after our negotiated price) was higher than all my other bids but I wanted a highly qualified mason to do my steps. The work began July 9th and on July 16th I was told most items were done however they still waiting for replacement bullnose bricks. July 19 - Mr. Huffer's son is inspecting the job site. I point out several areas that still have cracks and crumbling mortar. This includied the horizontal joints next to the risers. July 22 - I am told by Mr. Huffer's son: 1. The mason could not finish my project as he was called out to work on another job so he would be finishing the project. 2. They would like to repair the horizontal joints closest to the risers of each step with Caulking. 3. They were unable to find the matching bullnose bricks so they were going to use bricks without a bullnose edge. 4. Mr Huffer's son removes and resets the right handrail to our front porch. I was concerned as "caulking" was not part of the contract. It was never discussed and it just did not seem like a permanent fix compared to repointing. I researched online and I was unable to find one proponent who recommends this solution. Next, I contact a mason and he list numerous reasons why the joints should be completed as outlined in our contract. My husband and I agree that we should stick with what was described in the original agreement. This evening we notice that Mr. Huffer's son damaged the base of the front porch handrail. Please note that the base looks like it was rusted and would have broken eventually so I do not hold them accountable for this. However, they reset the entire handrail without notifying us that the base has a large, extremely noticeable hole in it. We will need to rip out all the work that was just completed to replace this piece. It just does not make any sense why this was not brought to our attention. I inform Mr. Huffer. July 24: I realize Mr. Huffer's son and crew put mortar on all the riser joints without removing the old mortar. The new mortar covered more than 1/3 of the brick in some areas. Mr. Huffer's response : "the joints in question are too narrow to fully grind out at an angle without potentially cutting into the bricks and no one wants that. The loose mortar was removed and I know how it was pointed back so I think it will last and it’s is under warranty. This type of joint is not flat and another reason why I also recommended caulking it. It looks fine as well. If you want us to attempt to grind it and we cut bricks and have to replace any bricks as a result it will be an extra and the bricks themselves are not cheap." Jul 24, 2019 - my emai to Mr. Huffer: Can you tell me: 1. Will the appearance of the riser joints change. These currently are wider and look worse then the original "patch job". Mortar extends to over 1/3 of the brick. 2. Is this the gold standard for repointing riser joints? (I.e. Not removing old mortar and just placing new on top?) 3. Are the risers and sides of the staircase included in the estimate? 4. Would you be happy with this job if it were your home? Mr Huffer's response: 1) when we clean them, yes, they will get a little smaller the way we brushed them etc. and 2) the new mortar will come off of the brick. Again, should be a convex joint so water sheds off and doesn’t lay there and or have been caulked (BUT WHAT DO I KNOW?!🤪) 2) This is close to the other joints as far as looks and pointing techniques and it is even acceptable on historic projects with architects etc so I KNOW IT"S GOOD ENOUGH FOR YOUR RESIDENTIAL REPAIR AND ANY JUDGE IN THE LAND ETC 3) yes, they are included and we will do a little more spot pointing that was missed but why was this not addressed before now— you’ve had plenty of time to review the work, etc and have we not continued to show you and ask you if things look good, etc every time we see you? It is what it is but let’s MAKE **** CERTAIN IF THERE"S ANYTHING ELSE, YOU PUT IT IN WRITING and even show and give it to my masons next time they are there. ***I had reviewed these items with his son on July 19th. 4) yes, it’s more than acceptable and I’d be happy. I have to say at the risk of being a little too frank but I guess you don’t believe the local experts—us—you hired for a reason and rather rely on doing on line research which is a joke, quite frankly. This is very frustrating. Thus, if you are not happy with the few newer joints once we clean them, it might come down to where I can just give you a small discount and you do the work and finish it yourself or use another mason. HONESTLY, I HAVE TO SAY THAT I'VE RARELY HAD A HOME OWNER, EVEN IN "NEW ALBANY" BE THIS WAY.... There are several other emails from Mr. Huffer but I think this one gets the point across. The only expectation I had of Mr Huffer and Utmost was that the work be done per our contractual agreement. I had made no other requests. On three separate occasions he claimed that the handrails were not included in the contract when they clearly were. He claims the handrail in the back is not under any warranty as he chose to epoxy it instead of resetting it. (another breach in contract). He did not repair any of the horizontal joints near the risers per the contract specs. He wanted to charge me for bricks if he damaged them. There is nothing about this in the contract. I am not sure if his way of doing things with caulking or new mortar on top of old are his standard practices but I can tell you other local masons consider this as unacceptable. Obviously, I would not recommend Utmost because of how unprofessional and reactionary Mr. Huffer is. To be honest, I am pleased with the quality of work done by the first mason. Unfortunately, I can not say the same for Mr. Huffer's son or his crew. The quality of the work is night and day.
- Jill S....
ATom Littleton Carpentry
Tom did an excellent job on our staircase. Because of the age of the house (1921), several minor modifications had to be made to the newel post and many other features, to blend with the house and fit into the space. Tom made recommendations and did a wonderful job. His workmanship is very precise, and he has high standards. Cost above included materials.
- Catherine R....