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    Five Star Painting of The Villages
    They did an excellent job. They were very prompt at returning our initial emails, and meeting with us to begin the project. We have a corner lot that has a lot of landscape curbing. The entire project only took a day to complete. When they left everything was cleaned up and you would never know they had been here except that the curbing now looks beautiful. Rafael is highly professional and went out of his way to consider our needs. Without a doubt, we would recommend Five Star Painting to anyone.
    - Margaret T.
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    Scooter Paints
    They were a pleasure to deal with! The owner came out and estimated the job and gave my husband a 10% military discount (nice). The painters came when they said they would, they did a great job and were respectful of me and my property. Everything was cleaned up before they left. We walked around the house together to make sure everything was perfect and it was. Very professional. No drama. Would highly recommend.
    - Mary J.
  • F
    Mr. Painter
    The owner Michael had his employee William do the job. He did a horrible job and walked off the job with our money after 2 days because he knew the job he did was not suitable and he didn't know how to correct it. Michael told us later that's another reason William left was because he believed he didn't know how to do install the shiplap and we know that's most likely the case. I pointed out to William in the beginning that he needed to add more texture to the ceilings because it was bare and not consistent. I flip homes and I texture properties all the time so I know the application very well. He didn't want to listen to me and thought he knew better, but he didn't. I sent pictures to other contractors from major companies in the area and they all agreed it was not done correctly. Then Michael the owner said he'd finish the other 3 rooms and he did even a worse job than William. He told us he only did 5 jobs of this texture in his life, but it was easy he said, and that worried us before he even began. We then spent 3 weeks cleaning up the awful mess they both made with texture all over the walls, light fixtures, floors, doors, furnace, garage door, vents and fans, nothing was covered up! We can't begin to explain the mess they left us with. After cleaning it all up, we painted the ceilings and found out because of the powdery and flaky texture the paint didn't adhere and developed a lot of cracking in various spots. He left the texture dry out way too long before knocking it down leaving it powdery and flaky throughout. We had to scrape off the texture in these areas and spread Spackle and respray with orange peel texture because that's basically what they put on the ceilings after we asked for knock down. It wasn't only orange peel, but splashes and splotches mixed in as well. Needlessly to say we had to repaint these areas. Then the walls had a lot of over spray texture that we had to scrape and sand. Because of the paint coming off after sanding, we had to repaint all the walls as well, a project we didn't intend on doing in all the rooms. The texture they did was so inconsistent we wish now we left the original popcorn. Michael never refunded our money, just left us hanging. Not only that, we are still left with the living area not done with shiplap. This company won't be in business much longer if they keep up this work performance.
    - karen b.
  • A
    Steve Kling Painting Inc
    The work went very well. They removed most of the items attached to our home (down spouts, garage door openers, hose racks, etc. before painting in order to paint behind and replaced without errors. This company has painted many homes in our neighbor hood and we went with them based on excellent recommendations.
    - Robert W.
  • A
    Steve Kling Painting Inc
    Steve's crew did our house painting in one day after the initial washing. We were concerned about some minor touch up work that needed to be done, but Steve and Sherwin Williams' rep came out and did a complete inspection and found many flaws that we did not see. They did the touch up work necessary. I think that we got a good job at a fair price. There is a lifetime limited warranty on materials and labor. Can recommend without reservation. Bill and Susan Harryman
    - William H.
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    Anchor Coatings, Inc
    Anchor was awesome!! The owner was very kind and forthcoming with pricing and planning. The crew was professional and SO fast! They did a great job with the pressure washing and all of the painting and best of all, when they left, my home and yard was spotless! You could not even tell they had been there working! I definitely recommend this company to friends and others in the area.
    - Connie P.
  • A
    Anchor Coatings, Inc
    The owner was very kind and helpful in the process of deciding what our needs were and giving us a quote. The crew was so courteous, worked quickly, did an EXPERT job painting, and best of all... cleaned up after themselves and I would never even have known they were here! I highly recommend this company to anyone in the future!
    - Connie P.
  • F
    Investment Painting Contractors
    We contracted Investment Painting Contractors and hired them to paint our garage floor and do some painting inside of our house. We were putting our house on the market and need the garage floor and some touch up painting before we listed it. Chis Gibbs gave us a bid $2300.00 that was high but we thought we were getting a first rate job.
    Not so, he scheduled the job and the day he showed up he called a Sherwin Williams Rep to our house and  he said we needed to have the garage floor paint removed. This should have been mentioned when Chris bid the job. We were upset that this was not addressed when he gave us the bid but contacted Go Concrete Designs (recommended by Sherwin Williams Rep) to remove the garage surface. This cost an additional $568.00 over and above the bid.
     Investment Painting came over then and put on the coating and sealer. We waited one week before we drove on it, even though they recommended only 4 days.  Now, there are tire marks and golf cart marks in the paint and Investment Painting says it's Sherwin Williams fault and Sherwin Williams says it is our painters fault. So, we are stuck with a terrible floor and no one is taking responsibility. 
    They say we have performance tires and that caused the problem. No one mentioned that when we contracted the job. They saw our car  a 2004 SUV and a two seater golf cart.  So, their position is we should not have driven on it. What is a garage floor for? 
    Long story short. We are going to have to take Investment Painting to court as well as Sherwin Williams and we have a terrible garage floor. DO NOT USE THIS COMPANY! There were other problems too. One of his workers broke a ceiling fan and we had to replace it and pay someone to install it.  The list goes on and on. They did do some additional painting but that does not make up for the terrible job on the garage floor.


    Customer wanted the garage floor painted and the interior of the home touched-up. We were not sure about the finish on the garage floor so we called Steve Doggett the Sherwin Williams Coatings Rep. He recommended having the floor stripped.
    Why did Chris not know that we needed the floor stripped in the first place?  

    The customer had the floor ground down to bare concrete to accept the new paint. This cost us over $568.00. The Sherwin Rep told us to use an H&C finish and sealer which we did, according to company specs. (the same product i have used close to 100 times before with no problems) 
    Chris gives us a bid for a garage floor and shows up with a Sherwin Williams rep and says we need to have the original floor paint removed.He says he has done this close to 100 times. Then why did he not tell us in the first place we would have to pay extra to have the floor ready?  Chris recommended we stay off the garage floor for 4 days, and actually we hired another contractor to paint the driveway and stayed off  the garage floor for over a week

    One of my painters bumped into the fan breaking a blade, Mr McAdams ask me to complete the living room painting which originally was one wall to be painted. I bought 4 extra gallons of paint and painted the rest of the living room ($410.00 value at no charge)to make up for the damaged ceiling fan which cost them $75.00 to buy and install, by my math they were ahead $335.00 for the fan. 
    The fan cost $80.00 and we paid $75.00 to have it installed. I gave him the receipts. He knows better than that.  I don?t know what else I could have done. Also, Chris said he could frame in a door and it became clear he was not sure about it so we decided to do the extra painting instead.   

    Ryan, my employee didn?t know about all the extra work I did for the fan and offered his own $20.00 to Mr McAdams to fix the fan. Mr McAdams took the money even though we had done over $400.00 worth of work for his $75.00 fan.
    $75.00 to buy and replace a fan, who is he kidding.  
    They called 3 or 4 weeks later to say there were tire marks on the floor. The paint hadn?t failed but Sherwin Williams sent a rep who said the high performance tires run hot and could have marked the floor. 
    Yes, he said Sherwin Williams is at fault and Sherwin Williams said we were at fault because we drove on the garage floor. We have a 2004 SUV with 206,000.00 miles on it. We do not have high performance tires and even if we did they saw the car when they (Chris and Steve) suggested the paint and finish. Chris did not mention that our two seater golf cart shows tire marks too.  

    Sherwin williams also offered to give the customer free cleaning product as well as free touch up sealer
    No, Sherwin Williams only offered to give us a cleaner to strip the surface and offered to give us back the money for the paint. 

    William?s he paint and finish DID NOT FAIL. 
    Yes, something failed and we are left with a terrible garage floor. This was Investment Painting?s choice of coatings along with Sherwin William?s consultation and agreement. Investment painting applied it. When it failed it is there responsibility to fix it. We would have gone with someone else had we not paid him 1/2 down and we were putting our house on the market. 

    After listening to them yell and scream.
      You would yell and scream too.

    and threaten to sue 
    still and option if we do not receive some satisfaction

     and ruin my reputation for three days while i tried to solve their problem for them. 
    How exactly did you try to solve the problem? We choose Investment Painting because  of all the great reviews on Talk of the Villages. However, for us this company and his job is a nightmare.

     (please see countless letters from satisfied customers) I GIVE UP?this customer just wants everything for free?We did not earn numerous Super Service Awards by not making our customers happy???Chris Gibbs?IPC  
    We paid Investment Painting over $2300.00 plus $568.00 for the removing of the garage floor paint plus $80.00 for the fan and $75.00 to replace it. We are not happy and he did not try to help us at all. We did not want free stuff, we just wanted a job well done. It was a bad decision to hire Investment painting. 

    *Bold = Service provider original response
    * Italic =  Member reply to response 

    - Sharron M.
  • A
    A Handy Couple LLC
    Painting of the door involved covering the existing darker paint before proceeding to the new paint color and removing Gorilla glue from a previous patch on the door.  Joe was very professional and cheerful in spite of the "assistance" to him by my dog.  I would use again, in fact, have another appointment scheduled. 
    - G A G.
  • A
    Simmons Painting Contractors
    This contractor is one of the best at customer service and is truly a professional painter. I was very impressed with his knowledge and how he consulted with us, utilizing his previous experiences to help guide us threw the selection of paints. Another real benefit was his process around the selection of paints, which I will have to tell you the process kept us from making some selections we would have regretted, and potentially would have had him to re-do. I comment Clay for his professionalism and his experience, and strongly endorse his customer satisfaction and selection process.
    - Roger S.
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