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  • A
    Quality work and professional crew. Property was spotless and you did not even know workers were there. JC provided pictures as work was progressing & kept us informed. Would highly recommend to family & friends.
    - Jenny C.
  • A
    Jonathan was a trustworthy professional, who helped manage the restoration of my 2 story home. He even negotiated more insurance coverage when it was discovered that we didn't get enough money to cover some of the cost. He always answered messages promptly and his employees did a great job with the finish work. I am very pleased and would hire Beacon Home Pros again.
    - Jeanne R.
  • A
    the project went well. the work was done in a timely manner and the finished product looked better than i expected. jonny explained in detail what had been done presented himself in a very professional manner. he removed all debris and left the work area very clean.
    - daniel j.
  • F
    Not well they never showed up. As usual with Angie's List you have these great prices and then all these contractors are unable to fulfill the obligations. You bank my money with interest and take months to return it to me. This is the third time this has happen where I contracted someone and waited months to hear from them only to have my money refunded. Then it takes months for you to send me my refund.
    - Gregory L R.
  • A


    We were very impressed with all of Adie's reviews on Angie's list, so we hired him two separate times during a three week period in December 2015 to do a few repair jobs at our home. The old aluminum threshold that is right underneath the bottom of the side door to our home recently became separated from the asphalt underneath it. About 40 years ago, one of the previous owners had originally installed the aluminum threshold right on top of the asphalt which is right outside of the door and is also part of the driveway. The original threshold was no longer at the same height as the floor on the inside. So even with the weather strip on the inside of the door, there was still a space between the bottom of the door and the threshold exposing a very small portion of the recently installed entryway carpet to the outside elements. We were very concerned about mold forming there and Adie agreed with us that unless the threshold was replaced and built up higher, the rain and snow would blow up against the entryway carpet and cause mold to form both on and under the carpet. So Adie removed the old metal threshold and built a small wooden step using pressure treated wood. It instantly raised the height of the threshold so that it was now the same height as the floor on the inside. He then installed flashing over the new wooden step and installed a new threshold on top of the step. Adie also reattached the vinyl siding on one side of the doorway which had become loose over the years. He also suggested that he replace the partially bent weather strip on the inside of the same door and we thought it was a good idea for extra protection too. Adie did a really great job on the entire area and we are both relieved that there is no longer even a small chance of any mold getting onto the new entryway carpet.

    Adie also hung a large, heavy, vintage wooden mirror with beveled glass trim onto the wall in our living room. The mirror was originally hung on the wall back in 1990 using the two metal hooks that were attached onto the back of the mirror. The mirror was then hung onto two other hooks which were hammered into the very thick wooden paneling. The paneling was removed last summer and it was replaced with sheet rock. Adie convinced us to let him attach a heavy duty metal wire in between the two metal hooks on the back of the mirror. He also doubled up the metal wire to give the mirror some much needed extra support because the mirror was now going to be hung on sheet rock instead of on thick wooden paneling. He also used three, large heavy duty picture/mirror hooks to hang the mirror instead of just the two smaller picture hooks that were used back in 1990. The three metal hooks and the heavy duty wire now give a lot more support to the mirror and also make it adjustable to both the left and the right. So once the mirror was back up on the wall, Adie helped us to center it perfectly. Thanks to Adie, our vintage mirror really looks great, now that it is back up where it belongs after having been in a storage room since last summer.

    Adie also removed and then realigned a small piece of wooden trim along the ceiling in our living room that did not line up with the other larger piece of trim, filled in two separate areas of the wood trim with compound where the ceiling trim was previously joined together improperly and also used compound to repair a broken piece of the trim. After that he repainted small portions of both the trim and the wall to exactly match the original colors and it looks perfect now. So if you are looking for a really great handyman to do all different types of repair jobs in your home, then Adie is the only handyman that you will ever need!
    - CHRISTOPHER C.
  • A
    We moved in two years ago, and painted two of our rooms, but stayed away from the foyer with a two story staircase and the kitchen.  The house needed a fresh, clean colorful look with the bare white walls.  
    The crew was very professional.  They finished before my 40 hours of painting were up, and I had to find more work for them to do. They used leftover paint to finish two bathrooms, and fixed a wall and trim work in our dining room that we had attempted on our own.  This was well worth the price (which was extremely reasonable!)  We got a professional paint job, with a dedicated, hardworking crew, and our house looks like new.  Plus, they took care of cleanup.
    - Jim B.
  • A
    After contacting DMZ Painting we received a call back promptly. Don showed up on time for the estimate and also made suggestions that were in line with our decor. Don made a recommendation for a accent color wall that we hadn't thought of. Don coordinated with a sheet rock contractor for the ceiling, equally reliable and professional. Don explained what would be done, the time frame and price. The job was done professionally as explained. The job took 3 days and the area was spotless at the end of each day. We are asking Don to do more projects. We are totally pleased with DMZ Painting !
    - Michael B.
  • A
    Mike and his crew are professional and really easy to deal with. Mike came over to give me an estimate after 3 or 4 other people had already come. The price was the best but still competitive with the other folks. However, I was impressed with his professionalism yet down to earth style and low pressure approach. No sales tactics or gimmicks either.
    After contracting them, they arrived as scheduled and got to work the moment I opened the door to let them in. Roman, the foreman was a nice guy who reassured me everything I wanted done would get completed. And it did! They even went the EXTRA step with moving a washer and dryer unit out of the way for me as well as a couple other small things that other companies would not done.
    Overall, I had a great experience with them and would definitely recommend them as well as use them again. Thanks to Angie's List and other reviewers for their reviews which led me to them.
    - Vivian d.
  • F
    Terrible, it took a year rather than 2 months. The craftsmanship was so bad. They had to redo things two and three time and still everything was crooked and off line. The workers had no idea what they were doing. After a year I threw them out and had to hire another company to fix their mistakes. The floor came up, the counter and cabinet seams came apart. When they installed the sink it leaked into the floor below and stained the ceiling, the exhaust vent from the stove to the roof had to be done over. They filled my garage with trash from the rip out and left it there for months. It was a nightmare - really they could not have done a worse job.
    - j b.
  • A
    During the last month, we have had the pleasure of having Jacob, the owner of Pro-Painters, his partner Max and three of his crew members working almost daily in our home to paint and remodel the living room, dining room, kitchen and family room of our 1928 home. Each one of them was very polite and very friendly to both me and the other home owner every day that they worked in our home. They arrived right on time each day and each one of them did their jobs extremely efficiently. Jacob and Max each offered excellent suggestions to us regarding how to improve on the ideas that we had for the renovation. Plus, Jacob informed us that the semi-gloss paint that we originally wanted for the walls in all four of the first floor rooms would be too shiny and that we would regret it if we were to use that paint. So he recommended an eggshell finish (that is also washable) and it looks great in each of the four rooms. Jacob and Max were both very accommodating when either of us asked them to do an additional job that was not part of the original renovation project. We were both very appreciative of the small extra charges to get those additional jobs done.

    Jacob and his crew painted the ceilings in the living room and the dining room and they also repaired the kitchen ceiling which had water damage. The repairs consisted of: taping, sanding and repainting the kitchen ceiling with one coat of oil primer and two coats of Benjamin Moore paint and it now looks just like new again! They also tore down the dated, sagging, tiled ceiling in the family room and replaced it with sheet rock, taped and sanded it and then applied a water resistant sealant to the entire portion of the ceiling that is directly below the gutter area in order to prevent any further damage from ice dams in the future. After they applied one coat of oil primer and two coats of paint, the ceiling in the family room now looks fantastic! Max also had a great idea to save time on the dated and water stained ceiling tiles in the alcove which is in between the kitchen and the family room. The tiled alcove ceiling is extremely small and rather than tear it down (like he did in the family room) Max applied four coats of skim coat to cover the stained, dated ceiling tiles and then one coat of oil primer to prevent future leaks and two coats of paint to cover any remaining stains. After he was all done it now looks exactly like the brand new sheet rock ceiling in the family room!  

     Jacob, Max and his crew also removed the old paneling in both the living room and the dining room and replaced it with sheet rock to save time because there were six layers of wall paper underneath which dated back to 1928! If they had to completely remove the six layers of old wallpaper and paste (before beginning the priming and painting) it would have added at least three extra days to the renovation project. Before putting up the sheet rock, Jacob and Max also suggested making our home more energy efficient by adding insulation to the outside facing walls of the living room and the dining room. For a very small additional cost we will now be able to save some money on the heating bills this winter. Jacob, Max and his crew then taped, sanded and painted the sheet rock in both rooms with one coat oil primer and two coats of paint. By removing the dark paneling in both rooms and replacing it with two different shades of yellow paint, the original 1928 oak wood work now stands right out in each room, where previously the original oak woodwork was hidden by the overpowering dark paneling that had been added many years ago by the previous owners of our home. Jacob and his crew also pulled up the old wall to wall carpeting in both the living room and dining room, removed the old layers of padding underneath that were stuck to the floors and removed all of the carpet tacking from the perimeter of each room. The next day Jacob's hardwood floor re-finisher came over and he sanded both floors, stained them to exactly match the oak woodwork and then applied two coats of polyurethane finish to each floor. The floors now shine beautifully and look as good as if they had just been installed brand new!

    They also oil primed the dark paneled kitchen cabinets and painted them with two coats of semi gloss, white paint, replaced the dated, dark brass, cabinet door handles with new black and chrome door handles (that exactly match the black and chrome refrigerator and stove) and they also painted the dark paneled kitchen walls with a medium shade of blue-gray. Max also did a few minor repairs such as repairing the broken kitchen cabinet drawer and also repairing another kitchen cabinet door that was stuck and would not open. So now it no longer looks like an old, dated, country kitchen anymore and instead we have a very bright, updated, modern kitchen for a small fraction of what it would have cost to install new kitchen cabinets and then skim coat the dark paneled walls! Right off of the kitchen there was a crumbling, leaking, cement knee wall going down along the side of the basement staircase. Jacob and Max suggested the we seal it with a waterproof paint and compound mixture that was all in one can. After Jacob gave it two coats of the paint and compound mixture, it now looks like a brand new knee wall! So if you are looking for quality workmanship and a job done to perfection at a very reasonable price, be sure to call Pro-Painters for your next remodeling project and you will be very glad that you did!
    - CHRISTOPHER C.
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