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Drywall reviews in Vacaville

  • A
    MultiCraft Construction
    Gregg is an excellent contractor.  He maintained great communication with me throughout the process.  He came to me whenever a decision had to be made regarding the project and did an excellent job during the installation.  The kitchen remodel process was about a month because it fell over the holidays and we had to wait for the counter-top company.  Gregg made sure our kitchen was functional over the holidays (surface to place things on and a plumbed sink) and did a great job cleaning up at the end of everyday.  He was skilled in all aspects of the project and very knowledgeable.  He did his best to minimize the impact to my family during the remodel.  He is very honest and trustworthy and does a thorough job, making sure everything is done correctly and not just "good enough".  He operates alone, so factor that into your timeline, but he does a great job.  I would highly recommend him and plan on giving him my business again in the future.
    - Wayne B.
  • A
    Jensen Drywall Works
    Good Work!  I was impressed with the talent and expertise that this self-made contractor brought to the table.  He was knowledgeable in his craft and had networked with local electrical contractors over the years which was helpful to keep the project moving.  His coordination in this regard helped to organize team efforts to focus on the project goal.  His texture matching is uncanny.  While I have already requested his help again, I will say that you must keep in contact with the gentleman.  I had set a date and time to begin labor and took the day off to be there during the work, unfortunately I had overlooked a follow-up text the night before which was intended to confirm the appointment.  I was a little perplexed when no one was showing up.  After a short phone call, the contractor was back on board and we were able to move forward.  I would have to assume that many contractors have been left in the cold and to avoid any unnecessary waste of time, since time is money, this verification may be a necessary evil.  I sure would have liked more than just a singe text though, a call would have been good.  My time is important too.  I have forgiven the young man and I am glad to know a fantastic drywall professional in the area.
    - Travis F.
  • D
    Blanton Construction

    We interviewed other contractors and decided to go with Blanton construction after reading several positive reviews and seeing his grades on Angie's list.  I even showed Mr. Blanton an example of the quality of work we expected.  After scraping popcorn texture from ceilings,  Mr. Blanton hired another crew to texture ceilings and walls in hallway.  The subcontractor applied the wrong size texture to the ceiling in the first bedroom but when I expressed dislike and asked to have it changed to match the rest of the house, he (Mr. Blanton) had the texture crew spray the walls in the rest of the bedrooms to match the room I did not like instead.  (The texture crew claimed to have a malfunctioning air compressor which caused them to not achieve the correct air pressure to apply texture at the correct size).  I still have texture on some door frames, which was just painted over.







    When my wife asked the carpenter about repairing nail and staple holes left from the texture crew and some paneling that was removed, he responded that he would take care of it "later".  The repairs did not happen.  I overheard the same carpenter comment that a newly replaced door adjustment was "close enough" but I observed that there was a gap showing through into the master bedroom; he would not fix it until Mr. Blanton instructed him on how to fix it.







    One carpenter asked to borrow my painting equipment 3 times as he had not brought his and did not want to drive the 5 minutes to his home to get his own.  The first time I lent him the equipment, the 2nd time he did not clean the equipment before leaving for a long weekend and was disappointed when I refused his 3rd request.  He didn't understand why it was a problem.  He then went home to retrieve his own equipment (on the clock) so I ended up paying for his not bringing the equipment that he knew he would need.  He promised to replace equipment that he had used (without asking) and then destroyed but still has not followed through.







    Another carpenter asked my wife where she would like the peep hole installed on the front door.  She showed and told him where she would like it (at her eye level) but he installed it too high so that now she cannot use it.  When installing crown molding the carpenter needed a pin nailer but had not brought one.  I loaned him mine so that he could complete the task with the desired results without delay. 







    Although I requested that painting would be included in the estimate, I failed to notice that painting was not included.  I had agreed to the price thinking that painting was included as requested. However, painting was added at an additional cost.  Much of the painting was then done by my daughter and myself when she had come home for a holiday weekend.







    There were days when we did not know if or when anyone would show up to work on the house, so we had to be prepared just in case.

    The doors we had installed were pre-primed and some of them only received one coat of paint. To be recoated after hanging but that didn't happen.







    I finally settled the bill (for several thousand dollars more than estimated) and finished the work myself as many details had been overlooked by Mr. Blanton and his crew.  Mr. Blanton and I should have looked the job over before considering the job to be done.  As we moved back into the rooms after they supposedly were done, we discovered that crown molding had not been painted, nail holes had not been filled and base boards had not been cut to fit or installed.  I was so frustrated with the lack of workmanship that I finished these issues myself rather than having Blanton's crew return.

    It has been almost a year since this remodel and I am having problems with the floors.  I observed that the subfloor installed by Blanton's carpenter was not prepared according to the manufacturer?s directions and pointed this out at the time of installation but was told that it would be good enough.  Now the hallway and the master bedroom have squeaking floors. Mr. Blanton has been contacted regarding this and said that he would order a T-molding and schedule a time to perform the repair.  I know that the T-molding requires a week to receive and it has been over a month but still no word from Mr. Blanton.  Mr. Blanton has pointed out that he does not warranty floating floors for squeaks and neither does the manufacturer.  However, he would perform the repairs this time and wrote "This is strictly a customer service issue and not a warranty issue."   I pointed out that the other floors do not squeak and only some of the floors with the questionable subfloor installation were a problem. Nowhere in the contract does it state that he does not warrant sub floor or floating floor installation.

     I had completed two rooms myself before hiring Blanton's to continue the job and the rooms that I had completed according to the manufacturer's directions do not have problems with squeaks.










    - Kathy A.
  • B
    Top Quality Painting
    Originally scheduled for August 16th. The workers car broke so rescheduled for the next day. Owner of company came to to the job on the 17th. His worker called in ill. He got right to work after a quick walk through of the work area. I was pleased with the work in the major more obvious damaged areas. Did a good job. Missed allot of the smaller scaring. I am doing those repairs myself now. I have some mess to clean up after the job. Not a big deal for me as carpet, etc is going to be torn out. Gave me a couple of good tips about using the spray on canned texture products.  All in all, for the price and the repairs done, it was worth it to me to have help getting a start at finishing the project.
    - KAREN B.
  • A
    Blanton Construction
    It has been a great experience working with Tom and Ed. They have both been receptive to my needs. Ed was on time and cleaned up after himself. Tom was a great resource when I had an electrical problem and they were not availalbe to come to the house, he refered me to a great electrition. We started with one project and I have now had 3 projects completed by them. Great company.
    - Cherie D.
  • A
    KING'S DRYWALL
    This contractor was very professional and did the work in a very prompt and prudent manner.  After the texturing was done, I could not tell where the new walls ended and the old walls started.   He actually textured more than required to make sure it all blended together.
    - Carlo P.
  • A
    Super Shooters
    , SuperShooter quoted job, they were on time on day of repairs, cleaned up like they weren't ever in my homeall repairs looked like the the original areas and never repaired.  After painting the ceiling part of the repair still telegraphed thru and was visible. I call Keith and he floated one part of the ceiling again to my satisfaction.
    - Justin & Melissa P.
  • D
    GoodFellas Construction
    Waterproofing the basement- The solutions offered by your employee, Danny, are listed below.  Bold print refers to later recommendations by plumber and City employee I called in to advise. Red print indicates problem areas. ·        Stucco the foundation outside ·        Concrete for waterproofing as needed (Pour concrete outside the house 24 inches at the base of the house (underground) to seal the brick foundation.  Pour concrete inside the basement also to seal the bricks and add two rows of rebar for reinforcement inside and outside.  Problem: the concrete was over- poured about 6 inches above the ground creating an undesirable ?curb? appearance on one corner of the house.  Should have been no more than 1-2 inches above ground maximum.   I spoke to Julio before the concrete was poured into the trench and advised that it was not 24 inches deep and needed to be dug deeper.  He said that he was not finished yet but that he would ensure that it was 24 inches deep.  This absolutely takes away from the integrity of the 1903 house design that I was working to maintain. ·        Fill in holes (in brick walls) inside (Agreed to enclose in concrete instead) ·        Add trench and fill ·        Replace bricks as needed and refill  mortar (Agreed to cover bricks in concrete instead) ·        Stucco complete [walls] and concrete with wire mesh, stucco and paint (Stucco with wire mesh and painted only the two walls facing outside.
    Problem: No stucco or concrete was placed on the remaining 2 side walls.  After tearing out the old walls, it was learned that the previous walls were made of ply wood.  So, before they could reinstall proper new walls, new posts and footings needed to be installed where none existed.      Poor paint job provided.  Julio said that he ran out of paint.  The gray color of the concrete bleeds through and can still be seen. ·        Drywall complete ceiling and paint ·        Build concrete step ·        Place 2/4 over front door to support existing beam ·        Fabricate rubber flaps to add to the bottom and top of the basement door to prevent water from pouring in through the door.  Sealed openings with silicone where possible. Problem: Open spaces still exist at the top of the basement door where water can penetrate. ·        Filled in missing stucco at corners of the house.  Problem: the filled areas are not straight but are mis-shaped and poke outward.   Work inside the house was as follows: ·        Frame in new beams support as needed ·        Drywall ceiling as needed and paint ceiling ·        Sidewalls, fix cracks Problem: all cracks were not ?fixed? they were painted over so the cracked ?veins? (bulges) still exist.  Also noted were paint drips, and uneven surfaces, other painted over items were curtain fixtures, drawer knobs etc. Note: Julio cleaned off the drawer knobs but he shouldn?t have had to spend time doing this.   A fireplace brick was lost.  No one advised that the brick was lost and when I discovered it, Julio went looking but was only able to find ½ of the missing brick in the trash outside.  To resolve the lost brick, ?Danny? assured me that they would find a brick to match and if unable to find a match, they would replace that section of the fireplace to my satisfaction matching the existing fireplace bricks.    I reported all of this to ?Danny? and was told that to fix the cracks in the walls they would have to do the same process that they had done on the ceiling.  They were not going to do that.  As a customer, when the contract said ?fix cracks? I understood it to mean that they would do whatever process was necessary to smooth out the cracks in the walls and as professionals, they would also smooth out all paint drips, and fill in any divots or holes prior to painting. ·        Entry way, living room, dining room and paint off white (satin) ·        Good fellas to provide all labor and materials Further concerns: 1)      The project was to begin first thing Monday morning, July 30 2012. It did not actually start until the next day (Tuesday).  We did not get input from your plumber until Wednesday, August 1, 2012 with recommendations as to how to waterproof the basement.  His solution was to create a drain, attach a drainage pipe and pump the water away from the basement entrance.  Good information however, it would cost at least $3,000 more.  We needed to hear from your plumber BEFORE the waterproofing project began.  So, we could totally fix the problem.  I would have chosen to do the complete water proofing project vs. some other non-essential work.  a.       I had to call in someone who regularly handled waterproofing on Tuesday.  He gave advice re: cement and rebar placement and drainage.  Your plumber should have been called in at the beginning of the project for advice.     b.      I spoke to Danny on several occasions during the project when problems arose.  After hearing from your plumber, I requested that we do a change to the contract to put in the drainage work and take out some other work that was not so critical.  Danny advised me that he was not able to ?swap? out or do a change order to the existing contract to incorporate the recommended drainage process?too complicated. I notice that the contract did make provisions for ?change orders?.   IDEAL SOLUTION FOR PROBLEM AREAS (defective installation) 1) Minimize the ?curb? to 2 inches above ground. 2) Install basement walls, stucco and paint as planned or replace the plywood walls. 3) Do a good paint job on the concrete.  Put on a second coat of paint. 4) Cover existing openings on basement door with rubber facing 5) Straighten out stucco on corners of the house 6) Repair cracks, paint drips in the walls and paint 7) Locate or fabricate a fireplace brick that matches the missing one.
    - Curtis R.
  • A
    level 5 drywall finishers
    I have no complaints, in fact, I will be using them for a master closet remodel job soon.
    - Joe C.
  • A
    Blanton Construction
    They were on time, finished on schedule, great workers and work was excellent.
    - Susan M.
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