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    James White Painting
    It went extremely well. Mr. White gave me a great price. He came by the next day after agreeing on price and start date and power washed the entire house. Looked for repairs that may be needed as well. Told me his crew would be here the following morning at 7:00am they were here about 6:45 am. They started working quickly and efficiently at sanding, filling stucco, checking for things that needed attention. Then began the actual painting around 11:00am. They prepped by covering my neighbors vehicles a fence as well to ensure that there wasn't any paint flying away anywhere. Paid very close attention to detail. They finished late afternoon and cleaned up behind themselves. Left me extra paint as well. There is a four year warranty on the job too! Mr. White helped me with the decision of exactly what paints I wanted and they blend very well. I chose a nice gray with black trim and went big and had my doors painted a fire engine red! Saw a few things I wanted touched up when he was by on Friday for payment and he sent someone out that very day to take care of. The house was painted on a Wednesday. I would have figured that a contractor would have been waiting at my door on Wednesday afternoon for payment. He gave me plenty of time to walk around look at and make comment. Was an extremely easy experience. The entire crew was courteous and worked very hard all day!
    - Teri P.
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    Power Pro Plumbing
    Amazingly great! We had a large team of experts each performing their specialty. The project, from finish to end, worked like a fine tuned, well oiled machine!! We were in awe of the synchronization/coordination of tasks within the job!! I have dealt with plumbers for 40 years, easier jobs but not one of those experiences even were close to the professionalism of Power Pro Plumbing out of Gardena, California!! I was sooo happy with the job and felt like royalty! It is great to know there is still at least one place of business in today���s world that is ���totally PRO���!
    - Anthony R.
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    A3 Hi-Pressure Cleaning Svcs
    It went very well. George was very punctual for the estimate and the following service. He spent 5 hours cleaning my home's exterior, the driveway, patio, and all walkways. When the job was completed he cleaned all my wndows with a special solution to make them shine with no water spots. My home now looks like it was freshly painted. They did a great job!
    - Ellen Z.
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    Colarossi Painting & Rain Gutters
    Initial quote was fantastic. Ben was on-time, charismatic, and said he wanted to earn our business. He put together a deal to include both the outside re-stucco, termite-damaged wood repair, and eave/facia board repainting, as well as the interior painting and popcorn ceiling removal. All for $11,500. What a deal! He explained how passionate he was about his job and how he has a really good team of guys that will do the work. He promised that we would be pleased with the end result. Ben seemed honorable and trustworthy so we agreed to move forward.  He was very accommodating to contract changes throughout the work. The work was supposed to start late June.

    The carpentry work went okay. We were underwhelmed with some of the replacement wood joins and how rough the caulking had been done. We had to give feedback to Ben as we were not happy with how it was finished. These issues were addressed. Sandblasting was delayed because he was 'warned' by someone that Carson city tends to fine contractors that do not have a work permit for sandblasting. He asked if we could cover at least half the cost of the permit which raised a red flag. We didn't agree to pay since it seemed reasonable that he should have included that in his proposal (we assumed he would get a permit as part of his licensing requirements). Okay, he said. A few days later it turns out he doesn't need one. So, work begins.

    The workers turned up when Ben said they'd turn up. We were told there was no need to shut the windows for the sandblasting since they would cover the windows with plastic...sandblasting day came and we were told we needed to go back home and shut the windows. Since we were already at work, this was very inconvenient. Trenches were dug around the perimeter of the house with the dirt placed in the front garden. Over the course of the job, this pile became the workers lunch trash pile. We were never informed of any lead testing of the removed stucco which we were later told is currently a legal requirement of sandblasting/re-stuccoing a house. As the eave work continued, we were not happy with the job. They hadn't sanded properly and there were very large gaps between the rafter tails and facia board that hadn't been caulked. There were also nails that hadn't been removed from the guttering hardware, which had just been painted over. I don't know how you'd miss them since they were sticking out about 0.5"! We let Ben know and he said we'd need to guide the painters the next day about what we wanted fixed. My Husband stayed home from work the next day to ensure they fixed some of the glaringly obvious aesthetic issues. This also included issues with the front decorative pillar sanding which apparently hadn���t been done before priming (you could still see the edges where paint had previously chipped off). 

    At this point, we cancelled the interior part of the contract unless the situation improved. When the workers did a good job repairing the issues a few days later, we told Ben we were back on with the interior. A day or so later, we went back and forth about replacing the frame around the water heater closet and the door. We agreed on a price for replacing the door, but we were told it wasn't necessary to replace the frame: they could just caulk and repaint. We came home to find the new water heater closet door painted shut, with no wood caulking used to tidy up the missing parts of the door frame. That led to another complaint to Ben. He assured us it would be fixed. To this day, the paint sticks when we try to open the door but at least it isn't painted shut. The wood is still chipped underneath with a thick coating of paint to ���cover it up���. It looks a little rough, but acceptable. Ben did offer to replace the frame but we decided to leave it.

    With the removal of the flower sill in the front of the house, we found nails had gone through to the other side of the wall...into our lounge. The carpenters apparently didn't understand how the choice of length and/or position of the nails would impact the other side of the wall. The re-stucco came to a halt when Ben told us that the house didn't need brown coating. We had selected sand finish, which we thought meant fine sand finish (we were never shown a finish chart example). We got two other opinions about this, and both alternative stucco contractors told us that you must brown coat your house for sand finish.  We started a conference call with Ben and basically said we had received conflicting advice about brown coating for sand finish. As discussions progressed it was established that there was a misunderstanding about the sand finish. It was not a fine sand finish and therefore didn���t need brown coating. But if we wanted brown coating, Ben would do that at no extra charge to us. He was very accommodating with us here and was very concerned with our happiness. During the conversation, Ben said we were micromanaging a lot, but also admitted that it was his job to manage his people. We were disappointed because we hired him to be the project manager and to ensure his guys did a good job.

    The interior was off and he understood. He also texted me confirming that he released us from the interior contract but I still haven���t seen the official update to the CA Preliminary notice releasing us of the fact (he did promise this).

    After the re-stucco was finished we had the touch-ups. He said he���d send over his ���best man��� for the job and that guy did some good touch up work. We are thankful for that. However there were still a few issues that needed addressing. Firstly, someone had taken away all the rubbish from the front garden, including all the dirt that was removed from the trenches. The trenches were still open. We had to ask Ben to drop off soil so we could backfill the trenches. Secondly, there are parts of the window sill that had paint stripped from them during sandblasting. They made no effort to paint these parts. Thirdly, and most recently, we are seeing peeling of the paint at the front decorative pillar���only 2 months later! Apparently they forgot to prime.

    We called Ben Colarossi and he sent his workers out to repair the bubbling. They came out promply and after 3 attempts it now looks great. Overall the house does look great, but it did require some micro-managing and lots of conversations with Colarossi.

    I have no doubt as to the intentions of Ben and the passion he has. I'm just a bit dubious about the workers and their attention to detail.
    - Rachel K.
  • A
    IDC Painting Inc
    Overall the job came out great , I got recomended to Imperial Delta Construction from my friend and I was nervous to hired someone I didnt know, But because they did such of great job at my friends house , I had to hired them.They were really clean from the start to the end. Cesar and his brothers have great communication working together and they are young and really to work. They job was exciting when they started to apply them in the walls. My house looks great from inside and out.
    - Azulena B.
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    Apple Shine Maintenance
    This is a 2-man operation and both Chris and Alfonso are extremely skilled, professional and are great guys to deal with. They have a great attitude and are honest and reliable. What impressed me about them is that they show up when they say they will and call when they say they will call. In this day and age, that means something. They do fast, efficient work and also do window washing, patios, awnings, parking structures and trash chutes. Basically, anything that would benefit from a high-pressure wash or high-pressure steam cleaning.
    - Jack H.
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    IDC Painting Inc
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    - Helen & Robert N.
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    A3 Hi-Pressure Cleaning Svcs
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    - Donna T.
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    A3 Hi-Pressure Cleaning Svcs
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    - Donna T.
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