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  • A
    Florida Contract Painting LLC
    I needed to find a reliable painter.  I asked the paint store around the corner.  I received 3 cards.  Frederick impressed me right away.  The amount he quoted was very impressive and I needed to add a few more things and he didn't charge me any extra.  I was very happy that I was able to find someone that was very honest and competent.  He was also very prompt.
    - Joyce T.
  • A
    Simmons Painting Contractors
    I had had Clay paint a rental for me so I knew his work would be good.  My house looks wonderful and I even get complements on the way it looks.
    - Janet F.
  • A
    Montgomery's Quality Painting
    He was excellent. He came when he was supposed. His work quality is excellent. Everything he did was superlative.
    - Irwin F.
  • A
    JR Young Builders Inc
    They did a very good job. It was a big project and we were adding on a covered patio and we had to remove a vine from the back of the house as it was all over the back of the house. Obviously, there was a damage to the stucco. So, they had to re-stucco and paint the back of our house. It turned out to be beautiful and it was absolutely fantastic. They did an excellent job and they were prompt. They were on time and very courteous. Our house has vine all around it and it was started by the person who lived here prior to us. It has its benefits and yet at the same time, it is a problem if you decide to take it out because it will take some of the stucco with it if not all of it. I would definitely use them again. They did an excellent job. Their price was fine and it was great as well. The quality of their work was excellent.
    - Alice G.
  • C
    Baron Construction & Remodeling Co
    Foundation was poured before sewage line was run, foundation has a 1/8" crack that has yet to be determined. Foundation had to be drilled for sewage (just negligent planning), came out OK on that part. Foundation had to be drilled for sewage (just negligent planning), came out OK on that part. Piers and floor joists not coordinated so some piers are too high. Architect re-designed some piers, piers had gaps and some cuts in floor joists. House not protected well from rain, hardwood floor of existing house does not look damaged, but it got wet. Rough sewer plumbing vents are not in the wall, the walls will have to be made thicker reducing my room size or moved to be in the wall. One of the sewer drain "Y" is facing uphill which will make snaking impossible, I was told "its only a sink." Framing of two doors had no queen studs (they fixed them when pointed out). Wall and roof framing not according to plans.Wall and roof "patched up" to inspector's satisfaction." I called in the architect and he made a list of "unacceptable" changes. That's where we are at now, Mike Baron has his guy(s) correcting the list, but I cannot get a hold of them. Roofing was bid at $30K by mike, I offered 18K and he said there was no profit in it. Marco roofing did the roof and gutters for 13K. Items still in contention (assuming he completes his contract with the architect changes):Wood left under the house (termite attraction), Walls in old section torn down unnecessarily, Lost rent due (many days with one or no workers), 
    - Robert W.
  • C
    Coulter Construction Inc
    I needed to install walkway pavers infront of my house, and have some pool deck pavers reinstalled. Also I needed all the exterior of my house re-painted and some wall cracks in the stucco repaired and some exterior stone removed. I called the general contractor and he came out and we discussed options. He said he would send out his subcontractors about doing the paver job and a painter /stucco man to do stucco and paint. The subs for each project came out in a matter of a few days. The sub for the paver job said that the front walkway part of the job would have to be done after another task I had planned of putting fill dirt in my side yard. He thought it was not wise to be pushing wheelbarrows of fill dirt over freshly installed pavers, which I didn't see why the pavers couldn't handle that kind of a load but I took his word for it and put that part of the job off til the fill dirt job was done. He then looked at the other part of the paver job which was to re-install some pavers on my pool deck. After looking at the pavers he said he would be sending out one of his guys to look at that part of the job since he would be the one doing the work, then he left. I've been waiting for about 2 months for him to show to do the repair job but he never called or showed up at all. So, apparently the repair part of the paver job was not worth a call or a show, so I gave up on them. In the mean time the general contractor called and said that he didn't forget about me and my paint and stucco issue, and that he and the pain/stucco subcontractor were discussing the type paint to be used. Since they finished deciding on the correct product which to be a thick and elastic paint, the sub would be out to see me and discuss it with me. A few days later, the sub showed up and walked around the house with me as I pointed out the repair that needed to be done and the area to be painted. After we discussed some solutions to the stucco repair and the type of paint he recommended, he said he would be back with some color swatches. That was the last contact I had with any of the subs or the contractor. So not a thing was accomplished which turned out fine with me since now I know what kind of dependability I could have expected. Now I know not to use the contractor nor the subs. I am finding that the Angies list folks are no better or worse than anyothers aparently. I even found a company called Champion Foundation Repair on the list. They did a $25,000 job for my Mother's home which is now our home to lift the foundation. Well they lifted the outside bearing walls and underpinned them but never lifted the slab which was poured inside the walls and not actually attached to them. I would have expected that their engineer would have known that and informed my Mother before attempting to raise the foundation, but they didn't. They just claimed to have pinned the outer walls and left the house with a slab that had dropped nearly 4and quot; in the back corner of the house. Almost 10 years later, once I took over ownership after my Mother passed away, I read their warranty and found that they specifically will not correct the slab. So apparently, a company that performs substandard work and charges high dollars for that work and will not make good on their work and in the end did not resolve the problem can still be on Angie's list. To me that makes the list meaningless.
    - David M.
  • F
    PARRISH'S CONCRETE
    The patio concrete stain has bubbled up and is pealing in the area where Joe Parrish stained it. I have called Joe many times and he said he would come to fix the problem, but has not come to redo the work.
    - Wanda W.
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