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Door Installation reviews in La Mesa

  • A
    Henry's Professional Painting
    Henry's did an incredible job...responsive, great care taken of our property, fair price and the quality is outstanding. I picked a light grey color that went on "too blue" and within 2 hours we had replacement paint with zero issues. We've used them twice now and both times our expectations were surpassed. Two thumbs up!
    - Laura S.
  • A
    It went great!  The work was done on time (once we finally got the permits from the city of La Mesa.). 
    Luke kept us informed throughout the process and was very responsive.  Months after the work was complete we discovered some items that needed completion and some that needed touchups.  Luke came out promptly and took care of those at no extra charge.  We would definitely use them again.
    - GROFF B.
  • F
    GW Construction
    I first had contact��with GW Construction on 04/11/2016, at this meeting I met with Matt and Michael. Matt represented himself as a��co-owner of GW Construction and Michael claimed to be a licensed project��coordinator for GW Const.��Matt��prepared a written contract for us to review and sign. The contract covered the��remodel of the kitchen, guest bathroom, master bathroom, and refinishing of our��sunroom. I felt that the contract was vague and lacked detail. His handwriting��was to the point of being unreadable. I made a supplemental agreement to the��contract, which contained a little more detail than Matt's��contract, which he signed.��Matt made��numerous claims and verbal statements about the project and his company, such��as items at no charge, being an A+ accredited company with the BBB, truth is GW Const. has an F rating. That��he did not use subcontractors all of his workers were employees of GW��Const., another lie, GW Const. has no employees. They only use subcontractors, watch out for liens against your property. He also claimed that all work would be done and performed to not��just the highest standard but to all building code regulations.
    The project was to start with the guest bathroom. This crew was not so good, after the��first few days of the remodel, the crew had been late, and failed to show up at��all another day.��I had made Matt��aware of the problem. He had a talk with the foreman of the crew and promised��me it would not happen again. The next day they failed to��show, Matt fired the entire crew. I was later contacted by the owner of this subcontracting company, he claimed that Matt was refusing to pay him for the work that he had performed, again watch for liens.��
    In the contract��supplemental I had requested several items be done a certain way. The one item��that I stressed to Matt was that I wanted all work performed��to meet building code and to pull building permits.��A permit from the City of La��Mesa was obtained for the hot mop of the shower floor. However��a permit was not obtained for the��relocation of the electrical outlets or switch boxes, nor the new sewer line��from the master bath to the main outlet line.��The toilet in the��master bath is not installed to code. It is placed with a clearance of 12��inches from the center of the toilet to the side of the vanity, and 21 �� ��inches from the center to the exterior wall.��Matt claims this is because we had a wider vanity installed,��we did purchase a wider vanity, had a 36? and changed to a 48? vanity. This��decision was made after consulting with GW Const. They even��picked up the vanity for us from Lowes. Matt now wants��$1,680.00 to move the toilet to meet code.��I am the homeowner not the��builder, if there was going to be an issue, shouldn?t the contractor have��estimated and completed a layout to know if everything would fit. And if not��why wasn?t I made aware of the problem prior to them installing the tile floor��and the toilet.��
    I had also requested that��ducting be installed onto the bathroom vent fan in both bathrooms, still there��is no venting for the fans to the outside. Matt has told me��that I don?t need the venting because there is a window in each bath. This may��be so, but it is what I requested. So now the bathroom vent exits directly into��the attic, this is not what I requested or what I was charged for.��Matt had
    stated that he was going to upgrade my electrical outlets by installing GFCI��outlets. He did do this, however the outlets no not work as a true GFCI outlet. Matt,��when questioned stated that the outlets were upgraded to accept a 3 prong��plug, but the plugs were not grounded to make them a true GFCI outlet.��
    The tile work in both bathrooms is totally unacceptable.��None of the tile work��in either bath has a finished edge, the tile edges are exposed and sharp. Tiles��are not trimmed with a bullnose tile or a metal trim piece. The edges of the��tile are uneven, rough and I am certain sharp enough to cut a finger or hand. Matt��claims that I provided the tile, and this is correct, and��that if I had wanted bullnose trim I should have provided the bullnose tile.��Once again, why wasn?t I told that I should use bullnose trim so the tile would��be safer and have a much nicer appearance.��The grout in the��master bath is flaking out, new pieces every day and every time the shower is��used. Another contractor viewed the job and has told me that the tile was��installed without using a cement board base. After confronting GW Const.
    about this problem, I?ve been told that they did and that they have pictures to��prove such. I have asked several times for GW Const. to provide me��the pictures to view, as of this date I still have not seen one picture.��
    I have also asked for��a cost break down of the project, a list of subcontractors used on the job, a��signed lien release from the subs, still to this day GW Const. has��refused to provide me with my requested items.��There are many more��issues that I have not gone into in this review.��I have given GW��Const. so many opportunities to work with me on resolving these problems��and bring the project up to code. That now it has gotten to the point that I do��not want GW Const. in my home. My last offer I made was to hire another��contractor that we both agreed to and have the repairs made at GW��Const. expense.
    I have now been contacted by another subcontractor that installed the shower enclosure. Matt has also refused to pay this sub for his labor and materials. This is even after Matt approved and signed the approval and contract with the sub. So to avoid a lien I have paid the sub out of my own pocket. A total sum of $1,205.00 above what GW Const. had already been paid and charged. Matt's story to this is, that the glass guy is a friend, that I can pay him myself. Doesn't matter if he is a friend to me or not, the man did the work, supplied the materials and deserved to be paid, plus Matt had approved the work and payment then reneged.��
    GW Const. is now threatening to place a��lien on my property and start legal action against me for breach of contract, they also claim I owe them for the entire project, which is all false. The breach of contract is because I terminated the contract and refused to allow GW Const. to proceed with the remodel of my kitchen and sunroom till the other issues were repaired and fixed.
    I have now filed a formal complaint with the Contractor's State Licensing Board. I am waiting to see what this agency will do at this point. As I see it, Matt and GW Const. are the most unscrupulous, unethical and misleading outfit I have ever seen or heard about. The work they do is shoddy, unacceptable and downright awful, they do not follow building codes, do not have or obtain the right permits. GW Const. will also try to hold you up for additional charges all the time. I feel pretty certain that criminal charges will also be charged against Matt and GW Const..
    Do your homework, research each and every person that you have contact with that is affiliated with Matt or Noli Const. dba GW Const. Don't just stop with the Contractor's Board, look deeper into Matt's past. I sure the h*** wish that I had done so, hindsight is 20/20 right...there is so much more that I could say. The best advice I have is RUN LIKE H*** AND DON'T SLOW DOWN Update to review: These people have now filed a civil action against me because I gave them a negative review on Yelp, Facebook and Angie's List. They are not happy with just filing a law suit against me, but are now stalking me. This company and its employees and or co-owners have no idea what being a professional is. They have been seen by neighbors, but I also have them on video. GW Const., your two bit intimidation is not going to cause me to remove my reviews, pay to repair my home that you messed up and then we can talk.
    - Gregg M.
  • A
    My wife and I needed a quick turnaround renovation. We were expecting our first child and we had a due date that wasn't changing, so when we were interviewing contractors Paul stated they could have all the work done in the amount of time we requested, I believed him, and he delivered. All the work above was performed in about 9 weeks, and completed on time, even with a little extra work added from the original scope. My wife and I had moved out of the house so that the work could be done faster. Work started end of February and was done early April. The work started with removal of the popcorn textured ceilings, and the end result of the work done was great, but the sub consultant used our front yard/ and hoses as a cleaning station leaving quite a bit of mess. Most of it was eventually cleaned up, but the first impression was a little tough. I spoke with Paul about it and the sub never used our yard again to clean up. After that the work got going quicker and quicker. The AC, water heater, walls, windows, new laundry, paint and coordination with our flooring installer done done within a month. One major word of kudos, the team Paul used for framing, drywall, and patching did an excellent job. I believe that is where they really excelled. The electrical install of the new recess lighting looks great and is one of my favorite features of the house. We did some quick re-adjustments of the new laundry room venting, gas lines, and electrical to make more sense with how the new machines would fit, and they were done quickly. The new windows on the outside look incredible, and Paul's team matched our stucco and paint perfectly. As I said before we were on a very rapid schedule, and so one of the last items was painting. Overall, the paint came out OK, but we went through a few rounds of needed touch-ups to missed areas and a few wobbly lines, but Paul's team did what they could to fix things. I would say maybe if I had given them a bit more time the interior paint would have had a better quality, but in the end we got an overall decent job. The last item was a plumbing job. We found that after the install of the new tankless water heater the water pressure in the house was significantly less than previous. Paul's plumber sub was sure it was the reducer and valve outside the house, but I wasn't so sure. When I tried to work with Paul on the price and to see if the new plumbing components��were actually necessary and maybe the issue was with the new tankless system he disagreed. I offered to split the cost with him but he refused. Ultimately, after replacing the new plumbing components, the house pressure was still bad.��I paid for new plumbing components that did not fix the pressure problem, but Paul did finally offer to split the cost and look into what could be causing the problem. At that time, we were juggling our new baby��and truing to move back in and I just wanted the project behind us.
    Overall, I would use Regal Concepts again.
    Pauls Team hit every schedule milestone
    Great quality of framing, windows, electrical, and coordination
    Good team of workers, always on time and extra effort
    Interior paint was done quickly, but was under rush schedule, but needed a lot of fixing.
    Our front and backyards were used as messy paint and patch clean up stations.��

    - Blythe B.
  • A
    Best-Rate Repair & Termite Company
    This is second time I've used Best Rate for repairs on my apartments. Both times they provided a fair assessment of required work (including advising me against doing something that wasn't necessary). Work was performed  on time and budget and of good quality.  On the most recent job the stabilized the rails very well compared to a prior vendor who tried to do it on the cheap.  Both jobs required repainting patched stucco or replaced door frames and you'd never know work was done the paint match was so good.  They are always responsive. Lilly in the office is easy to work with and thorough.
    - Mark F.
  • D
    Alpha Handyman
    We had to schedule appointment at least 1 week in future. This company is very busy.  Based on the Angie's list reviews, we expected the services to be provided by a Handyman.  This company subcontracts to others - they are more like a general contractor. The prices quoted were outrageous. For example, there was an estimate of $700 to fix a door that was not hanging properly + the haul away expense.  My husband took off the hinges and rehung in about 3 hours.
    - Lynne K.
  • C
    Vinyl View Company Inc
    Vinyl View Company said that they could not do the work as they only install pre-hung doors and the door I had purchased was not a pre-hung door. This was not specified in the description of the deal and I have requested a refund.
    - Fred J.
  • A
    Alan came out, looked it over, shared some thoughts about what product we may want to go with, giving us several options regarding costs and quality.  He then sent an estimate and asked for a portion up front to cover materials, which we were happy to provide.  His crew of two came out on an agreed-upon time and they did excellent work.  They were neat, clean and provided solid work.  We were very happy.  My husband is a stickler about quality and he was very happy with the work provided. 
    - Toni C.
  • A
    Coughlin Windows & Doors Inc
    Every thing was smooth and professional.  From David in sales to Steve the installation manager and the installation crew - all were a breeze to work with -  met with Dave at the house where he gave us an estimate, went to the show room to see the doors up close - scheduled the installation and they showed up on time to do the job.  Installation was done in the estimated time, doors look and work perfectly, installers left the site clean and neat - we couldn't be happier.
    - CARL C.
  • A
    Metropolitan High Performance Windows
    The whole process went great.  Gary came out in mid-March to go over the deal that I had purchased, show me the windows he would be installing, discuss the process and answer any questions I had.  When he came out, I had him quote me for all of the windows in the house, not just the ones covered by the promotion.  His prices were very good, even better than what I would pay for just the windows at Home Depot.  I signed the contract and had a crew at my house a few weeks later.  They replaced a total of 7 windows and a sliding glass door in one day.  The installers were very good and left the house very clean.  They did a thorough job and stayed later than I thought they would to get the job done.  Overall, I am very happy.
    - Andrew R.
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