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Drywall reviews in Piedmont

  • A
    Pacific Construction & Design
    The people at Pacific construction & design can do every type of remodeling project you���d expect from a construction company -- they are very skilled, professional and with many years of experience. They offer many quality trades of projects and they are extremely responsive. To our opinion, what separate them from all the other ones out there is their creativity and vision. Our house project required many structural repairs, but mainly the kitchen which is absolutely the center of the house, we wanted not only to be functional, but also to be no less than a beautiful space. Pacific construction & design did it! Ashely was our designer and she walked us through all the possibilities based on our ideas and brought them to life. We love the new kitchen! It���s definitely gorgeous and functional. We know that anyone could live in this new kitchen! Ashely walked us through all of the important details that come up during our home improvement project. We are looking forward to hire them again soon for our bathroom remodeling!
    - Martin D.
  • A
    We had Guillermo come in on pretty short notice to patch a hole in our first floor ceiling caused by a water leak from our second floor. The ceiling was drywall screwed into the original lath and plaster above, and was a nasty mess after the water had soaked it. Guillermo did a fantastic job cutting away all the damaged drywall, installing a fresh panel, and smoothing everything over so well you couldn���t even tell there was damage. He also pulled out an attached shelf in a different room and patched that for painting, and touched up a few other spots so the paint job would be as good as it can be. He did fantastic work, was quick, kept everything clean, and was very reasonable. He also recommended a fantastic painter (Scott at Mastercraft Interiors). I would absolutely recommend Guillermo.
    - Alexandra Q.
  • C
    After reading Guillermo's reviews from others on AL, I was very happy to meet him. He made a good first impression--he was articulate, detail-oriented and seemed eager to get started. I had another contractor give me a bid that was below what Guillermo offered to do the job but I decided to hire Guillermo. Sadly, we got off on the wrong foot almost immediately. To be clear, the quality of the workmanship was good but what Guillermo offers in skill, he lacks in courtesy and professionalism. On two separate occasions, Guillermo didn't show up for the job when expected. After waiting past 1130am, I had to write and/or call him to check in on his ETA. On both occasions he simply said he 'wouldn't be able to make it' that day and apologized. Why not let your customer know beforehand? Why does the homeowner have to text & call you to figure this out on his/her own? It consequently held us hostage and waiting for his arrival before taking kids to school, etc. At least with my project, the typical shift was 930/10am to 3pm. And as a result, he easily exceeded his estimate for the # of days required to complete the job (which was important to me & my family) for no particular reason. There was nothing unforeseen or unexpected with this job. Because of our inability to complete the job in the timeframe Guillermo provided (and with a full week of extra 'cushion'), I had to push back and reschedule my flooring person because Guillermo's seemingly lack of commitment to the job. To make matters worse, he left without installing a light fixture as agreed upon in our agreement. I asked Guillermo to return to install the light but he went radio silent (and he had been paid in full from me). After 5 days had passed, I politely let him know not to bother coming back (to which he quickly replied he would be here but again, why not show common courtesy before this happens?). Nonetheless, we decided to move on and am paying someone else to install the light fixture. I wish it went better with Guillermo--I was expecting so much more when we started. My experience with other providers on AL has been far better than this. Please show up when you say you will, stick to a reasonable completion target and see a job through to completion as agreed upon in the scope of work (especially when you've been paid in full). For fellow homeowners, I would have some pause if you need somebody reliable and professional. I won't be recommending him to others.
    - Brian H.
  • A
    Paladin Home
    It was wonderful every step of the way. Mike is incredibly professional and responsive, talks the project through, and provides very accurate and reasonable estimates that he works within. He makes every effort to communicate and solicit feedback as the work is being done. Mike usually does only one project at a time so he is able to devote all of his time and energy to the tasks at hand. We have been very happy with all of his work and are sorry now that we have run out of projects for the time being - we would definitely hire Mike again and hope to do so in the future.
    - ALICE H.
  • A
    A2Z Construction Co
    Bruce and his team are hard working and professional. They show up at 7:30 each morning and are a pleasure to work with. They did 3 high end bathroom remodels and a large game room area. If ever any problems arise, Bruce always works hard to make things right. We are very happy with the end results! The only "criticism" is as the project winds down, his crew seems to get double booked and they are not as good in the final 5% of the job. You just need to keep on them about the details and they always come through. Overall, excellent job!
    - Allan D.
  • A
    Evolve Construction
    We recently renovated our first floor which included a complete kitchen remodel, painting, wood flooring throughout and two bathrooms. We chose Evolve Construction after considering several other companies. Not only was Evolve Construction reasonable in the estimate but we liked that they did nearly all the work themselves instead of having to coordinate subcontractors. The designer was very knowledgeable and helpful in taking our ideas and tweaking them into a workable design. The workers were top-notch in workmanship and were there every day. At the end of the day, they always cleaned up. The project turned out wonderfully. Evolve was a good choice.
    - Michele W.
  • F
    Everlast Construction
    The WORST REMODELING EXPERIENCE I HAVE EVER BEEN A PART OF.  As others have said, this company is a borderline scam operation.  They are good at the sales part of the deal, but then what is actually delivered is far from what was promised or agreed upon.  The price for the project was higher than average, but I was willing to pay a higher rate as I was looking for a turnkey operation that would be well managed since I would be out of town for the first part of the project.  Everlast was fully aware of this and had no problems with this arrangement.  In reality, the overall management of the project was absolutely horrendous.  The "project manager" was a guy in his early twenties  who had lived in the U.S. for about a year with very little construction experience, let alone American/California construction practices/standards experience.  In reality, I ended up being the de-facto project manager, as the Everlast guy would offer no quality control unless I first brought the issues to his attention.  Communication issues abounded throughout the project, as well as missed deadlines, lack of follow-through and very little attention to detail.  The project was 6 weeks over the estimated deadline.  While they would often fix things that I pointed out, the attitude was that they were doing this in order to make me happy, rather than understanding that they should not have made the mistakes in the first place.  As well, the "fix" was often sub par, as well.

    Everlast was dishonest from the start.  It was crucial to me that the company utilize in-house labor for the major trades, rather than subcontract out to unknown quantities.  When I asked about this, I was assured by Alex, the salesman, that all major trades were in-house.  In fact, NONE of the trades/labor work for Everlast.  All labor is done by subcontractors.  They subcontracted the entire job to another guy who is actually a plumbing contractor and doesn't have a General Contractor's license, in clear violation of contracting code.  He was AWFUL.  He clearly was not up to speed on the work and made many major and minor mistakes.  His laborers were clearly not specialized and not very good.  Although I offered detailed floorplans and elevations with dimensions and had already chosen all fixtures/tiling preferences, there were still major mistakes.  Key carpentry details were incorrectly framed.  The shower product niche was off center and not level.  The toilet was framed off-center.  The ceramic tile was cut with a dry cut saw, leading to chipping on the edges of the tile.  Expansion joints were grouted rather than sealed with a flexible sealant and are already failing on a large scale.  The tile and grout were never sealed until I demanded it.  Even then, I was told that the grout didn't need to be sealed.  The shower faucet and tub faucet were never caulked.  Bathroom floor joists were notched 50-60% of the width of the joist in order to make room for the tub, a clear code violation.  When painting, his painters never bothered to remove fixtures, switch plates, etc.  Instead, they just painted around them until I demanded that they do the job correctly.  Their response:  "We just want you to be happy." Total joke.

    The construction demolition debris was left in my driveway for 6 weeks until I returned from out of town, found it sitting there and demanded that it be removed.  Everlast used my garage as a cutting area (I expressly asked them not to) which put a thick coat of dust over everything:  car, motorcycles, bicycles, tools, etc.  When confronted about it, they lied and said they never cut anything in the garage and didn't understand where the dust came from.  At the end of the project, following the final inspection, I went into the attic and found ALL OF THE OLD ELECTRICAL FIXTURES AND SWITCHES HAD NOT BEEN REMOVED but had simply been pushed into the attic.  Even worse, they were still live and turned on when I flipped the old switch I found laying among the insulation!  Same situation for the old plumbing vent which had been cut but not removed and, instead,leaned against an attic joist.  The first time it rained, water came in from the old plumbing.  All of this represents MAJOR CODE VIOLATIONS!  When confronted with this, they eventually fixed the issues, but at first simply sent a guy out who had never been here before and spoke no English, expecting me to explain what the problem was.

    During the project, they regularly used my tools, ladder, buckets, etc., all without asking.  They never bothered to clean at the job end.  They didn't even bother to remove the protective paper that they had put down.  When selling the job, they told me that they would send in a cleaning team at job end.  NEVER HAPPENED.

    I am now finding out that they never pulled a permit for the window installation in the bathroom and used the old knob and tube electrical for installation of new electrical fixtures, again all MAJOR CODE VIOLATIONS.

    Now that the grout is failing and I am starting to see water damage on the walls, I have contacted them to come out and inspect the work in order to fix it.  They have made appointments then not shown up.  They have asked when I'm available then never replied or followed up.  Three weeks later, they still have not come to the house. 

    I suggest, as others have, that you look closely at the positive reviews here.  Most, if not all, seem fake.  Many have identical grammatical and spelling mistakes, identical phrases used to explain the work, and just sound a bit too much like each other. 

    As with other negative reviews, my hunch is that, once this review is posted, Ariel Balleli (company owner) will write some sort of lengthy response.  I think it is important to note that when I have contacted him regarding the problems I have faced, he has largely failed to respond at all.  That about sums up the experience with this company. 

    There is so much more to tell about this terrible experience but I think you get the idea.  I hesitated to write this for some time now but I think others should know what they are potentially walking into with these guys.  NIGHTMARE.

    - Andrew F.
  • A
    Evolve Construction
    Everyone on the team were very knowledgable about local codes/requirements so inspections were never an issue. The project was completed ahead of schedule (9 weeks) and the project manager was always readily available to keep us posted on progress and answer any questions or concerns we had. Evolve team was professional and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this company for any home improvement project!
    - Samantha T.
  • A
    RDM Construction
    The job went very well. We lost some time to gladly accommodate the El Nino rain storms. There was a great deal of mud, but the crew did a great job of cleaning up each day and at the end of the project. 
    Rick was very professional throughout the contract process and thoroughly documented the additional work asociated with the 2 Change Orders. He was on site everyday and checked the work from the previous day and always discussed the new work for the day with the crew.
    Rick handled all the coordination with the sub-contractor that poured the cement for the new foundation and the company that ordered and installed the new garage door.
    Construction is very messy and  noisy and Rick went out of his way to accommodate any requests from my neighbors to move the trucks or mitigate the noise in the early house.
    - Linda M.
  • A
    A2Z Construction Co
    Bruce and his team are honest, hard working and straight forward. They do a good job of cleaning up each night to not leave the place a complete mess. Bruce gave us an upfront quote and there were only minor change orders from the original bid. The project was planned to take 3 weeks. It was completed in about 4. The only knock would be I think he was double booked the last week ( likely because the project got a little bigger than initially expected) and there were days at the end where his crew would only be onsite a half day. They made up for it and did work saturday and Sunday to finish. Overall very pleased with all of the work. The space is now a beautiful rec room with a pool table and entertaining / movie area. We built the office out to double as a bedroom for guests.
    - Allan D.
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