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  • It was a wonderful and productive experience. Mr. Provider name locked. offered advice, conducted himself with great professionalism and answered all my questions.
    - Rose M.
  • Called the phone number listed here. A man answered the phone who did not identify himself. Told him what I was looking for and the first thing he said was 'well my minimum to come out is $950" I said I am not sure that it would be quite that much but I haven't any quotes yet, do you want to come out and give me a price? His response was, "well my minimum is $950" .... so I asked him just to clarify "so do you want to come out and provide an estimate?" he did not!
    Would not recommend to anyone. He was not professional or even friendly for that matter!
    - Johanna N.
  • We started major renovations to our home in May 2015.  We decided to remove carpeting and install porcelain tiles in the bedrooms, but wasn't sure what to do about our dull, scratched wood floors.  Our home was built in 2001, so the wood floors are engineered and thin.  I got a quote from our tile guys to do the wood floors, but found Provider name locked. on Angie's List and had him come out to give me an estimate.  He measured all of the wood areas and it was around 900 sf.  I had a spare board so he could see what the existing floor was made from. He said we could probably only sand them one time, but his process would make the floor last for many more years.  He also said he could glaze the wood hand rails on our staircase to match the stain on the floor.  I wanted to go from a light "orange" looking wood to a dark chocolate color.  This would match our new tile and the new kitchen cabinets.
    He emailed me the quote and his price was cheaper than the tile company, so I gave him the OK.  However, I wasn't able to schedule for at least a month because of the delay in the tile installation and then having to schedule the kitchen cabinets prior to the wood floors.  I wanted the floors to be last so the other contractors wouldn't cause any damage to the finished floors.  Provider name locked. was very understanding and even "penciled" me in on the estimated date and held it for me without a deposit.
    The guys started on Monday, 8/17/15 as agreed.  They arrived a little early and our movers were still here, but they used the time to get their equipment set up and go over the process with me.  The supervisor explained that our floors were very thin and even if he was very careful, there could be some areas where it would be sanded too deep.  He said his guys would be very careful, but he wanted me to be aware.  I told him to go ahead. Even though I expected the sawdust to be the worst part of the process, it was actually the noise.  Be warned, the equipment is very loud.  However, there was virtually no dust as their large vacuum kept that to a minimum.  This was a real concern for me as my husband has bronchitis, so he was very sensitive to dust.  The guys arrived usually between 8:30 and 9:00 and worked until they finished what was scheduled for that day.  At the end of each day, they explained what had been done, when we could walk on the floor, and what would be done the next day.  They started on Monday around noon and finished Thursday afternoon.  One point to note is that even though you can walk on the surface after 24 hours and move your furniture in if you like, you cannot put any rugs on the floors for 2 weeks.  We were well aware of this and kept our furniture and rugs off the floors for 2 weeks.  Since we still had our bedrooms and upstairs loft, this didn't create too much of an inconvenience.
    There were a couple of areas that needed to be fixed, but Provider name locked. quickly had his guys here and they made the necessary repairs. Provider name locked. came back on Saturday to finish the handrails and make sure the repairs were acceptable and the floors were up to my expectations.  I was very pleased with the appearance and he and his crew's attention to detail.  They even left me a small container of stain in case I needed to touch up any spots later.  He also explained what product to use on the floor and what products to never use.
    I must say the floors have gotten more beautiful over the past few weeks.  Everyone who sees them are blown away by the change. We have several dogs and cats and so far there are no scratches showing up.  The surface finish is hard and durable.  I paid a little extra for the best finish and it's worth it.  I LOVE THE "NEW" FLOORS.
    - Cheryl S.
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