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Concrete Repair reviews in Verdugo City

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    California Construction Center
    Given the nature of these reports, they can't really be anonymous to the contractor.  I just am reporting as honestly as I can, without secondary motive or exaggeration.  I hope that everyone can appreciate that.

    cabinet carpentry - mediocre
    Some of the drawers didn't quite open and close right, clicking and sticking.  The cabinet guy came out and said nothing was wrong.  So I met him there, and after 10 minutes arguing that they were fine, he got a tool out of his pocket and spent about four minutes adjusting the drawers.  If he could finish the job in four minutes, why did we both go through all this hassle?  The wood work on the cabinets is all square and of reasonable quality, but I'm pretty sure it is just mail order pieces adjusted to fit.  The generic appearance and somewhat lightweight and rattling feel is a little less than we hoped for given our higher end fixtures and material.

    framing - solid
    The 2x8's and 2x6's in the ceiling and roof they put in look way better than the existing 2x4 construction.  The structure seems to all make sense from an engineering perspective.

    electrical - haphazard
    One socket was installed inside the cabinet and the shower light switch was first installed in the kitchen.  They added an extra socket outside the cabinet, but the exploratory drilling meant I needed to follow up with some wood work repairs. They moved the shower switch, leaving a hole to cover up in the existing hardwood wall.  I suppose it is good that I asked for very little electrical work since it is easy to do myself.  I am also disappointed that unlike everything else in the house, they didn't use metal conduits for the wiring, but I suppose that the codes allow for that.

    engineering & code - excellent
    I like that I can lay out all my wild ideas and Oz can quickly and clearly reframe them into a realistic plan.  They are adamant about following building codes and they won't try things beyond their capability (without bringing in a licensed engineer/architect).

    granite - astonishingly good
    We picked exotic metallic granite from the supplier and had to sign multiple waivers during the purchase that we recognize that almost no one can work with the material without ruining it.  While CCC had an allowance for $300, this stuff cost us over $2000 for a very small counter.  I consulted CCC multiple times and they said it was no problem.  I wasn't very confident, but our counter turned out nearly perfect.  We actually needed a little extra material from the supplier to also include the window cove and that supplier had just gotten several small pieces sold back from someone else's failed job.

    mold - probably a scam
    They had a guy come in and do $400 mold tests before and after.  We got charged $5000 for a guy to set up a mysterious tent around the bathroom for a of couple weeks after pretty much spending one day hacking at wood and then leaving a tube and fan pulling air out the window for the remaining time.  I mentioned this to someone who lives nearby who had the same mold and they went to some official site which pointed out where to get tests for about $30 and that all you need is a good respirator, lots of chlorine, and lots of scrubbing.  It sounds like this was a $1000 job marked up with scary props and wild stories of nasty toxins.  But the mold could never start growing there if it wasn't already in the air around us all the time, right?  I would like to believe that CCC is not in on the game and just trying to do a comprehensive job.

    negotiation - aggressive
    I guess some people can't handle aggressive sales.  They want to get work and more is better.  They will push for more things than you really wanted to get into.  You just have to be prepared ahead of time knowing how much money you can allocate and what parts of your plans you are willing to change or extend.  They did use the argument that you can save by doing multiple projects at once since they pay people by the day, but a lot of the work was done with 1-2 hour visits.  But if it means a better quote for a more extensive project, I don't suppose that matters.  Overall, for us, I thought it went pretty well.

    plumbing - good
    Mostly the plumbing was without issue, but we picked a deep kitchen sink and a large disposal, so the J tube didn't line up.  They jimmied together some plastic pieces, but that soon cracked and leaked.  I had to finish the work myself, but it did take searching around several smaller hardware stores to find metal pieces that could fit.

    schedule - unrealistic
    Just about every step took two or three times as long as projected.  But once we realized this fact, we just adjusted our expectations for whatever time lines we were told.  Maybe this is no different than any other industry.

    cleanup - limited
    In the initial negotiation, it sounded like the place would be sparkling clean after they completed the job, but they are not a maid service, I suppose.  They collected up the big heaps in their van, but we spent many additional hours vacuuming, picking up small debris, and raking construction materials out of the ground.  Also, if you want to keep anything in particular and you did not clearly spell it out, you should rip it out ahead of time or be very quick to salvage it from the heap.  Nothing is obviously of value.  You may be surprised.
    - Jason W.
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