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Interior Painting reviews in Oxnard

  • A
    Mr. Handyman serving Beverly Hills & Hollywood
    We discovered (the hard way) why we needed to hire a licensed contractor like Mr. Handyman, and we���re glad we did. We have been using the same good independent handyman for some time. He���s pretty cheap and he does decent work, although sometimes it���s hard to reach him (especially when we need him to come back and fix something that didn���t quite work out), and sometimes he doesn���t show up because another job took longer than he expected. But we were willing to use him for a small bathroom remodel. We had called Mr. Handyman for a quote because we wanted to compare and we had used Mr. Handyman to build a deck at another address, but they were a tad bit higher priced, so we hired our regular guy. Bad idea! We started our handyman, and our neighbors weren���t thrilled with the noise from the work, so they called the city. Turns out that there���s a state law requiring you to use a licensed contractor for any work that is over $500. We didn���t know that, and we were cited by the city, as was our handyman (he knew this law). Apparently Los Angeles is cracking down on handymen who break this law. It dose us a lot of extra money we hadn���t anticipated, and our handyman couldn���t finish the job. So back to Mr. Handyman. These guys are a little more expensive than your average back-of-the-truck handyman, and I understand why. They���re uniformed, drive nice vans, background check their employees, and most importantly, they are licensed. So if anything goes wrong, you have the state contractor���s license board to complain to. But nothing went wrong. It was a dream from start to finish. They show up on time, they never canceled, they were super duper fast, the work was stunning, the were thoroughly professional, and we are thrilled with the work. Don���t make the same mistake we made by going cheap. Just call Mr. Handyman.
    - David R.
  • F
    Pure Energy Construction
    I called Pure Energy Construction for an estimate to paint my condo interior using the same color as it was. The square footage for painting the condo - 1100 sq. ft.. The salesperson came out and after some time of him trying to establish a personal connection and going over what they do, he finally sat down to prepare an estimate using his tablet. He took out a contract before sharing the bid and wanted to go over that. After that was done his verbal price - a little over $20,000! There was however a discount if I were able to sign now reducing the price to a bit over $18,000! Forget there was an ad I showed him for 25% off . After confirming that I heard him correctly, I asked him if anyone actually went ahead with a bid like this - he said yes. I was thinking how sad for those people. I told him we were done talking and I showed him to the door. I posted this same review on YELP and received a voice message from a person claiming to be the owner. I had checked the contractors��� license of this company and the contractor license holder was not the person who called claiming to be the owner. I did not call the ���owner��� back because when a company sends a representative who has the audacity to present such a dishonest estimate, they are telling you this is how we do business. Supporting a company like this is harmful for anyone looking for services. This is just plain dishonesty. This was Shameful!
    - Jerry M.
  • A
    Platinum Realty and Construction, Inc
    After having Platinum completely remodeled our master bath and being so pleased with that, we decided to hire them to paint the entire inside of our home, we were not disappointed. As with the previous remodel job they we prompt and on the job everyday until it was completed. On the day the project started we hit them with the fact that we wanted 7 different colors though out, they rolled with it and it cost a bit more but was worth it. We were very happy with the final product. They also completed a stairway project (added molding) that was not finished to our satisfaction by a different outfit. They effect was transformative to the look of the stairs.
    - Robert W.
  • A
    Nick's Home Repair
    My husband and I moved to Oxnard in 2013 and moved into a fixer. We hired over 12 handymen to fix various problems with the house our first year. We were dissatisfied with all of them since they didn't care much about doing high quality work. They blew in and out quickly. When we called Nick, per recommendations from this website, my husband and I were delighted. Nick did a small job for us and was able to fix a stairwell when three other contractors said it couldn't be done. Nick was very creative and thinks of low cost solutions to problems. Nick does all of his own work, is cautious and careful. He's a grown-up who values a dollar. Nick respects everyone and is easy to work with. Nick is very experienced in drywall, painting, flooring, plumbing, electrical, stairs, trim, fencing, driveways and anything related to construction. Nick has a gift of figuring things out. Nick served in the Army as young man and his level of professionalism and commitment to a quality job is evident. We decided to hire Nick to do all of our renovations and we were so lucky to book him to do six months of work. Nick brought back receipts of all approved purchases and was very, very trustworthy. Nick had keys to our home and always got the job done with a smile. He told us when there were obstacles and he always offered solutions and their costs. I can't recommend Nick enough for a small or big job. BTW-Nick also appreciates a turkey sandwich at lunchtime. :)
    - Betsy G.
  • A
    SES Builders inc
    We are extremely satisfied with our new bathroom that was remodeled by SES builders. Eli Susan supervised this remodeling project from start to end and during the entire time of the work, he listened very well to all of our comments and visions of what we wanted to have and get in the remodeling. Each stage of the work was planned with extra thought, causes and carried out on the best way it could be. The finished remodeling by far meets all of our goals, expectations and vision! Many thanks to all the people that were part of this work and we do recommend them to anyone.
    - Oliver M.
  • A
    Fidelity Builders and Design
    We were looking to remodel our vacation house early of this year, and we wanted to create a brand new and functional living space that provided us an open layout and flow. Our budget was pretty fixed and we needed someone that will be able to do it within that amount. Together with Omry, we were able to create a perfect solution that allowed us to open up most of the kitchen wall and generating an additional opening that finally now can allow us to move and work on both sides of our Kitchen Island. All of our family fell in love with the new space and we enjoy cooking and entertaining all of our guests and family that come over from time to time. We are very happy and satisfied that our friends were able to refer us to Fidelity builders and design and are very fascinated by their amount of experience and craftsmanship. By working and dealing with Omry, we can state clearly that he was able to take away all the stress and worries of this big change for our house and he was able to turn our kitchen into something much better and larger than we ever imagined.
    - Nia L.
  • F
    Premium Remodeling Inc
    Many delays prior to approval. Oxnard has divisible room policy. Concern remaining loft area could be easily converted to another bedroom. Issue held up permit. At one point a backyard awning that was built without a permit was brought into question. I agreed to tear it down. I questioned why this was being attached to our permit. City agreed to separate awning issue from permit. Eventually plan was approved. Awning issue not only holdup. I don���t know all details, at one point city waiting on plan corrections from Premium. Isaac stated issues and firing of their architect. Eventually plans approved. Premium sent us a fruit floral arrangement apologizing for delays. Materials dropped off in driveway 10/2016. Now let me make this clear, reason for poor review based entirely on what transpired with Premium after plans approved. Framers framed room, Inspector came out; Premium said they would be there. Premium never showed up. Inspector noted several items; one being fire-sprinkler in new room. Isaac later contacted us stated this was an extra charge. I complained, Isaac agreed to pay half. He stated it would cost $3800. I contacted local companies for estimate found out Isaac���s quote more than double. I hired Service-Pro Fire Protection, cost $ 1,378.84. I think Isaac was trying to make it look like he was doing me a favor but ultimately; I would have paid for entire sprinkler if I allowed him to do it. Website states, he does so many room additions, should have known room would need fire sprinkler. Also, he says city approved plans without fire sprinkler and inspector asking for one now is why it's an add on. City of Oxnard requires a second, separate permit for fire sprinklers. Company rarely kept promises of when they would show up, starting with promise to be there when inspector showed up first time. I took time off to meet crew who were supposed to do work, only to have them either not show up or they were only coming to get an estimate. Received several calls at work stating someone at house but had not received prior notice. One day my wife and I leaving to go to work someone pulls up says he is there measure a window. Came home another time after receiving call someone at house to work on the heat ducting and as I pulled up they drove away. Contacted office and was told they were going to get a part would return, they never did. Different crew ended up doing work. Received call electricians at house. Never received advance notice. Drove home and they were only there to check outlet power. Ask them about ceiling fan install. I did not have one because did not know they were coming. Another time I had couple workers at the house from 8 am to 8 pm trying to hang closet door. Did not know what they were doing. Several times workers complained they were there to do one job but were being asked to do another. Framers covered heating vent. I pointed this out to inspector. He documented vent had to be uncovered. When framers left wife swept floor. She immediately put tape down to mark four damaged tiles. Isaac position was we could not prove work crew damaged tile. Issue with outlets. Isaac claimed since we ask for couple extra ones, outlets could not be run off existing CB. Said we would have to pay extra for wire run to CB panel. He also wanted to tack wire across ceiling to panel. I objected called electrician with city. Number of outlets (- additional ones) light fixtures required by code required separate line and CB. 4 long metal straps on sub-floor connecting new structure to old structure. Crew ask what metal straps were. Did not have enough flooring underlayment ask me to go buy some. Ended up leaving, not enough materials. Eventually installed flooring over metal bars. Floor spongy and giving way when walked on. Took video rolling golf ball across floor rolling up hill coming to stop rolling back down. Crew���s response was we ordered cheap flooring. Created tension in house because we were not going to accept shoddy work. While going down stairs wife said she heard one of the crew say ���la puta���. They pulled flooring up beat metal straps into sub-floor. Pounded so hard light fixtures and vents under room were hanging by wires. I reinstalled fixtures. Contacted city and was told should not have beaten straps down. Damaged integrity of floor. Crew installing door said framers did not frame opening to correct size. Wall ripped down. Repaired wall looks like a repaired wall. Crew installing closet door did not appear to know what they were doing. Would not surprise me if opening was correct entire time. Crew complained they were sent to do one job ask to do another. Screwed up baseboard trim. Have rounded corner baseboards throughout the house. They cut baseboards 45 degrees on a rounded corner and filled gap with caulk. Filled several gaps with caulk. Knobs installed incorrectly. Only one Bi-fold door surface aligner installed, doors would not line-up when closed. Neither of the two 4-door snuggers mounted at the top. I finished closet door and purchased two rounded corners. Crew cut existing railing around loft spliced railing back together. Railing spindles do not line up. Cut ends of trim left that way. Contractor I hired to repair railing pointed out top part of railing was spliced together with single screw not within code. Whole section overlooking downstairs has to be replaced. Section must be able to withstand 200 pounds of pressure. Someone could fall down to first floor. Premium provided numerous excuses during construction like, my office did not call you, we are under new management, we fired the architect or the site manager did not call you? Isaac and I could not agree on how to settle fire sprinkler issue. Asked per contract for arbitration. Company ignored arbitration request. Several occasions Isaac stated he would start arbitration process, never did. Final straw when Isaac showed up with foreman walked thru house pointing out to foreman what needed to be done. Isaac looked my wife and I in the eye before he left and said he would show up the next day with foreman to ensure work was completed. Next day neither showed. Couple workers who had been to house before eventually showed up and ask what needed to be done. Same crew that did not appear to know what they were doing. Texted Isaac and complained about him not keeping his promise, he stated he took care of it. Work was never finished. Isaac calls and says he needs to come by house and pick-up final payment and completion letter. Completely ignored conversation we had previously about unfinished work. At this time hearing for the first time about additional city fees we must pay. Keep in mind we thought we had a fixed contract for $25,135.00. Without specific detail contract vaguely states city fees not included. Had no idea would add up to thousands of dollars. Not happy about this but we were willing to pay.To date have paid $24,135.00 of the contract. We were willing to settle and make final payment of $1000.00, pay additional ���city fees��� sign completion letter if company reimburses $1378.84 for fire sprinkler. $300.00 for repair to tile damaged during construction and $950.00 cost to finish railing and baseboards not completed. Isaac contacted me several times insisting on final payment and signoff. Isaac informed me of how much money his company has and how much pain he could cause me in court. Received two letters referencing mechanics lien on my property. Contract states all disputes to be resolved via arbitration. Filed complaint with Contractors State License Board (CSLB). 90 days to file a lawsuit after putting mechanics lien on property has passed. My attorney sent letter to Premium to remove mechanics lien. Filed YELP review. Isaac called me and left threatening message calling me a coward. Stated his company has lots of money and can cause me serious harm by putting a lien on property and ruining my credit. Isaac posted response to my YELP review claiming I���m a racist who constantly yelled at the work crews. This is so far from the truth. I never yelled at anyone. I did make and bring coffee upstairs to the work crew. I did provide surgical face masks to the painting crew because they were inhaling paint fumes. I also stocked the refrigerator in the garage with bottles of water and instructed the crew they could help themselves. The fact that Isaac would play the race card to cover his company���s poor performance is despicable. That alone should be reason enough to give pause if considering hiring this company. Premium Remodeling has deliberately and falsely accused my wife and I of being a racist in order to try and gain some sort of advantage over how poorly they performed as a company. In one of my last conversations with Isaac he referred to YELP as a way for customers to blackmail companies. He stated as part of a possible settlement he would remove the mechanics lien if I removed the YELP review. He stated sometimes customers are unable to remove YELP reviews and if that was the case he wanted me to change my YELP review to a 5-star. I could not believe what I was hearing. After such a horrible experience the last thing I would ever agree to do is remove my YELP review. As of today, 22 months after signing contract I am awaiting arbitration, which is only happening since I filed a complaint thru the CSLB. I hope my review will help others in deciding on a construction company to hire. You may hire Premium and have a completely different experience. I would suggest paying attention to any contract you sign with Premium and don���t agree to pay ���city fees��� without a detailed explanation or at least have an estimate or not to exceed clause written in the contract. Also, look into lien wavers being addressed in the contract to prevent a fraudulent lien from being placed on your property. I would also suggest not agreeing to arbitration in any contract signed with Premium Remodeling.
    - EDWARD M.
  • A
    PACIFIC WEST PAINTING INC
    Painting crew arrived promptly at 0700 each morning and worked diligently each day. Care was taken to wall off nonwork areas of the house and to protect the tile, carpeted floors and piano.   We were given a reliable time when work would conclude for the day(helpful for us) and the site was left tidy.  The crew were very professional and thorough and friendly.  At the finish of the project, the rooms were "move in" ready.  Not even a speck of dust on the window sills.  
    Yes, I would highly recommend Pacific West Professional Painters.  Bill Dumond responded promptly to our request for a estimate and provided us with a clearly written detailed proposal.  Having read very positive online reviews of his previous projects, I was willing to wait for his availabilty.  I could not be more pleased with the finished result.
    - Janet M.
  • A
    KN Remodeling & Supplies Inc
    KN Remodeling did a complete remodeling on my house. They replace my roof, flooring, completely remodeled my bathroom, replaced all the windows, replaced all the doors, painted the interior and exterior of the house, replaced the flooring and remodeled the kitchen.

    Nathan, the owner, was very professional and patient. He gave me a fair quote and made sure that all my needs re: the remodel were met.

    The workers were friendly and professional. They did a great job and left the place tidy after each days work.

    I would recommended KN Remodeling for all remodeling needs.
    - Debbie M.
  • B
    Best Plumbing
    He helps me with so many things. He is learning that you have to spread your things, and you have to do things other than plumbing. He told me that he has worked for Subway, and the Jewish community. He is like my son, and he talks to me that is why I know so much about him. He is good in plumbing. What I liked about him is that he comes back and double checks before he leaves, and he cleans up his mess, and that is very important. He does good as handyman and it depends on what he is doing for you. He comes dressed to work, he doesn't come in shorts and flip flops. He wears closed shoes, and he is always neat when he comes in. He has no beard, and his wife does hair, so she keeps him neatly cropped. I tell him upfront what I want and what I can pay him, but most jobs are $100 and up. I pay him more for plumbing, but if it is handyman, then it is a different thing. I don't have too many complaints about the quality of his work. He responds if I call him. I feel like it depends on what kind of job he is doing. If he is doing handyman job, and someone else calls him for a plumbing job, he will rush there. I don't like that. He is very thorough. He comes when he says he will come. He is coming next week to do some work in the backyard.
    - Burma K.
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