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  • A
    Matt and his team are some of the most professional people i met. Matt's estimate of the work to be done was very reasonable and beat all of the local competitors. His team started on time, every day, kept my home clean and completed the job on time and budget. If you need drywall done in the Santa Barbara area, dont waste your time with the locals who will overcharge you and underperform. Trust in Matt, i did, and i was not dissapointed.
    - Nikunj P.
  • A
    We had our home remodeling project completed by David and his team at pure home remodeling that at the end of it, it turned out as a gorgeous project. We wanted to remodel our kitchen and bathrooms while focusing on the green aspect while still having all the functionality and look that we always wanted to have. This remodeling was designed and accomplished by David and his professional team who did a wonderful job and they were able to include everything from the tankless water heater, to home automation lighting with LED bulbs and low voltage fixtures and low energy HVAC and double side windows. Our home exceeds California energy efficiency standards by over 40% which also reflected in the monthly bills. We are very happy and lucky to have our “new” home and we want to thank everyone that was involved in this remolding project at our house.
    - Claudio C.
  • C
    I wasn't overly impressed. It took them a long time. It was supposed to be a three-day work and it ended up being seven days. It was just a hassle. They were average in price. The owners were very nice and very professional. The workers were good. It was hard to get them staying on the job and getting it done.
    - Eric L.
  • B
    I was very impressed. They were fair and fast. They're professional. The quality was very good. Their responsiveness was very good. One of the things they said they would do but never did it was the person in charge of the job never came over to check the final quality. It never happened. It would have been nice if they did that.
    - Eric L.
  • A
    Ranch Hands is professional, punctual and precise. They are responsible and trustworthy. Most importantly they take tremendous pride in a job well done. I cannot say enough about how impressive they are.
    - Eugene G.
  • D

    We recently remodeled a section of our house built in 1925, and we needed a significant amount of drywall, both on old and new walls. I couldn’t reach the drywaller we’d used in the past, so we agreed to let our general contractor use his guy, Pat Thomas, including paying the GC’s markup.

    Contractors like to say drywallers are magicians that fix all the imperfections left by the carpenters. This is an old house, so there were a lot of imperfections to start with. But there was no magic here, just fast and shoddy work. The finished walls looked flat and smooth—as they do when they’re white and freshly sanded—but as soon as I started installing the baseboard, trim and crown, I discovered that the walls were anything but flat, including many that were brand new. There were huge humps and valleys everywhere, which became painfully obvious as soon as you put a straight piece of trim against them. Apparently, the drywallers couldn’t be bothered leveling out the sheetrock with those cardboard shims they’re supposed to use, nor did they use plaster to flatten things out afterwards. They couldn’t be bothered building up the plaster to meet the edge of the windows—there was anything from 0 – 1/4” difference between the two, but it was never consistent. Good luck hiding a undulating gap like that with window trim. Even along existing trim, like the stair stringers, which should have provided a good guide, the plaster wove and ducked atrociously, which you could easily see without a straight edge.

    Since these guys left, I’ve spent weeks (and probably 20 gallons of plaster) flattening out walls, sanding out humps, and trying to straighten things out myself—doing what these guys should have done to begin with.

    Other annoyances: I had to ask for moisture-resistant “green board” drywall around the shower and in our bathroom. Apparently, they were just going to use standard drywall. Cutting corners to save a few pennies?

    Perhaps most frustrating of all: in the middle of the drywalling job, we had a plumbing accident that flooded part of our house. As a result, we had to rip out approximately 4-5 sheets of drywall that had just been put in and let the walls dry out. Luckily, that was the only real damage, and it happened before they’d even started taping & plastering. The plumber took responsibility and agreed to pay for the repairs. But when our GC gave us the bill, Pat had tacked on about $1100 for this, which was totally outrageous. Pat’s response? “What do you care? The plumber’s paying for it, right?” It took some heated arguments with both our GC and Pat to find out that this charge wasn’t just for the flood damage, but a bunch of other extras that weren’t in the original estimate. I guess they found it convenient to stick it to the plumber rather than talk to me about revising the estimate.

    - Cameron C.
  • A
    It went well.  Skye performed the work as agreed, and was imaginative and helpful with extras and ideas to correct issues that naturally come up.  I will use him again if another project arises.
    - michael v.
  • B
    Generally, the job initially went well. I was satisfied with the work done. Some time after the job was completed, the paint on the caulk around the vinyl window frames began to peel. The owner of the company had the paint removed, primed, and repainted, at no additional cost to me. A year after the job was completed, the paint around the vinyl window frames again began to peel. The owner of the company had the caulk removed, recauked (with paintable caulk), and repainted, again at no additional cost to me. Though I was disappointed that part of the job had to be redone, I was very favorably impressed that the owner stood behind his company's work.
    - Gerald S.
  • F
    He showed up at 8:00am and  I showed him what needed to be done. I then asked what the hourly rate was and he said $90.00 an hour, then after he started the work and I asked again to verify he then indicated that the first hour was $120.00, and when I questioned him he said well its only 30 dollars difference. It wasn't even the amount of money.  I feel like he is being very sneaky and dishonest. I went back to check on him and he said he had scheduled to be at the job until 2:00pm. I feel like he was trying to drag out the job since he charges an hourly rate.
    - Kristi S.
  • A
    My experience with them was excellent.  Everything was done courteously, promptly and it was done well.  The guy did an excellent job.  The owner was very courteous and professional.  Everything was excellent.
    - Martin & Deidre B.
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