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Flooring reviews in Oceano

  • A
    Floor Savvy
    I am a retired General Building Contractor with 48 years of experience in the construction industry.  Vicente is in the top  one percent of those who I feel stand out as  exceptional in the trades.  His prices are competitive, his workmanship is excellent.
       The job-site was kept very clean and well organized, as were his tools. He was prompt, arriving each day at the stated time.  The job was completed quickly and with care and professionalism.   He is a pleasant person to be around,and  interacts well with people.  My tenant was an elderly single woman, Vicente and his crew moved her furniture with care, and then replaced it all when completed, and also installed protective felt on the furniture bases to protect the laminate.  He installed 6 inch decorative baseboards throughout, the corners and miter-cuts were done with skill and pride. 
       Its difficult to find contractors with this level of skill, pride and  professionalism.    I'll be asking for his help on my future flooring jobs.  He's a great person to work with!
    Gary Wells/Cantara Corp.      
    - suzanne w.
  • F
    Central Coast Handyman & Landscape
    From beginning we were excited, their estimate came in low, & we were excited to get a good deal after being quoted so high by home depot.  They were able to start right away and stayed on their timeline at first.  They had a difficult time removing the tile and by day 2 were starting to fall behind.  At the end of day two is when we starting having problems...the workers would help themselves to glasses from our cupboards while we were gone and would leave them throughout the house even after they had gone for the day. They also would smoke cigarettes on our front porch with the door open and toss the butts on our lawn.  We tried to ignore these things figuring we could get by for 2 more days.  After day 4 they had completed the laminate installation but said they would need to return to complete the trim and molding.  Mitchell indicated to us that we had ordered the wrong "stair nose" piece for our stairs and he would not be able to install it without a bump which would cause a tripping hazard.  He said he would go to home depot and buy another trim product which would work better and we could pay him back later.  We agreed.  He asked if we could pay him in cash that day for the work completed thus far.  We agreed.  He came back a few days later and started on the trim.  He had been there a few minutes when I needed to leave to run some errands.  I asked him how long he would be there to finish the job and he said a couple of hours.  I told him I didn't think I would be back in time so I paid him up front for the materials he purchased plus the labor cost to finish the job.  When I returned that afternoon he was gone and he hadn't finished.  He had done about 25% maybe....leaving most of the trim undone, all of the transition pieces between the carpet and laminate undone, and the stairs completely unfinished.  I've tried multiple times to contact him.  He has never returned my calls, he has returned a few text messages saying he will drop off our money by a certain day but never does.  At this point (about a month later) I'm p*****.  I tried to file a complaint with the licensing board only to find out his license number doesn't exist.  He says here on Angies list that he has applied for a license, but on craigslist and his business card he indicates he already has a license, he even includes the number #16753. We also discovered that our 100 foot extension cord is missing and while I can't say he stole it because I didn't witness it, I'm pretty sure he did. 
    Since, we've had a real licensed installer come in to give us an estimate to finish the job and he gave us such bad news.  First he saw how Mitchell Baxter and crew used nails and staples in some parts of the laminate.  Mostly on the stairs and in the transition pieces.  He indicated that a professional would never use nails or staples on laminate.  He also noticed how some areas are also bubbling or buldging when you walk on it.  He isn't sure if it's because they didn't remove the tile completely underneath or if there isn't enough space in the expansion gaps. He also said that we did have the correct stair nose piece to begin with.  He indicated that the laminate needed to be cut back approximately 1.5-2" from the end of each step and the piece would then fit flush.  It's obvious that these guys either have ZERO clue of what they are doing or they like to take short cuts and do the easiest thing possible.  We've had to make a TON of corrections and spend a lot more money to make our floor look nice.  We should of just done it right to begin with instead of trying to save a penny.  It definitely wasn't worth it.
    - Christina S.
  • A
    Greg Owens Construction
    As a result of the initial estimate, I asked Greg to handle additional improvements such as repainting a two-story condominium with 30 foot vaulted ceilings, replace lighting fixtures, and change downstairs flooring to wood laminate.

    All in all, my objectives were met with Greg despite my insistence and dominance in the "Team Effort"!

    I would say that we had some "Rocky" moments..... but the end results did exceed my expectations.

    THANK YOU Greg!
    - Anastasia R.
  • B
    - Gary J.
  • A
    All went well.
    - Bill G.
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