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  • A
    Flamingo Painting
    The job went very smoothly and met or exceeded our expectations. Alex (owner) was responsive, professional and always available. His coworker, Omar, was great too. They both made it a point to make sure everything was perfect and as we wanted. There were no mishaps or misunderstandings or mistakes. Their attention to detail and daily work ethic made dealing with them a pleasure. Their price bid was not the absolute least expensive and also not the most expensive, but for the amount and especially quality of the work completed, it was a good deal and we are very pleased. To sum it up I will refer them to friends and family and will be using them again when remodeling our interior.
    - Jorge H.
  • A
    Tinez Construction
    Tinez is owned by Ruben and Jessica Martinez who are courteous, professional and highly skilled at their crafts and in project management. Jessica took the lead on the interior design and Ruben took the lead on demolition, construction, etc. My house is more than 7,000 square feet and although relatively new, didn't appeal to me in the state that I purchased it. I wanted a more open, light and contemporary look, so we gutted it and invested about a million dollars in the remodeling mostly interior but also to some extent exterior and full re-landscaping. I have received many compliments on their work and I continue to call on them to handle small and mid-size projects. We are now installing a power back-up generator and other miscellaneous maintenance and repairs. Tinez employs highly skilled and professional staff as well and I would certainly recommend them for projects large and small.
    - Cesar M.
  • A
    Tazmania Painting Inc
    This is our 3rd big project out of many others with Tazmania Painting. Saying their service is top notch is an understament. They are not only profesionals but reliable and with exceptional respect for every job, asset that I value. From the moment you call for an estimate you���ll get the treatment every customer should get when working with contractors, they���ll explain the process and won���t give you false expectations in terms of time frame to complete the job or quality of finishes depending on the particular characteristics of your project. Prices are competitive and every penny we���ve spent working with them has been all worth it. We wouldn���t work with any other company. Nobody does it better than them... Give them a call you���ll be pleasantly surprise.
    - Marietta S.
  • A
    Eddy's Painting Contractors
    Very nice job on our 2850 sq foot house that was badly in need of a paint job. Eddy���s people were very courteous, professional, and dedicated to the job. Several times they took the time to explain what was needed in terms of repairs or updates to the house. They did a lot of work that we didn���t originally think we needed, but no work was done without our knowledge and consent. Once the team arrived to begin work, they were on site every day until the job was complete. We did our research and had options prior to hiring Eddy���s. We are very pleased that we went with them. Eddy himself and Eddy senior made themselves available each day for advice and counsel. Me and my wife would happily recommend Eddy���s to others.
    - Maurice M.
  • A
    Agramontes Painting
    Agramontes Painting was very knowledgeable and patience with all my questions .His crew was very respectful and efficient. had a lot of attention on detail and am very happy with the outcome of the paint.He used the best products that Sherwin Williams has to offer .He pressure washed,primed,and..
    - Miguel S.
  • A
    Eddy's Painting Contractors
    This excellent proffesionals did a great job, with meticulous attention to details. The crew was friendly and hard working, and were supervised by Eddy Jr. and Sr., making sure everything was done properly. Finished the job ahead of my deadline, working every day including weekend. They were reaponsive to my requests, and came back to fix some minor details. I would highly recommend and use this company again when needed!
    - Gavriel D.
  • A
    Ray's Painting Corp
    Ray and his guys were FANTASTIC. Like usual, I did my research on various painters to make sure I chose the right company. In comparison to 4 other companies that i interviewed, Ray was priced just right and he seemed to be very knowledgable about the trade. He and his team are the utmost professionals and took extra care in making sure that the landscaping and windows were not damaged or painted. Ray took the time to help me choose the right color by purchasing samples and painting them on my walls. He even went to a house around the corner that was being built to ask what color it was for us because we liked it so much. He went out of his way to make sure we were happy with every step of the process. His team was METICULOUS in making sure the house was properly prepped, power washed, cracks sealed, etc. And the paint job was OUTSTANDING. Even after the painting was finished, Ray surveyed ALL of the work to look for any touchups that needed to be made. And they even performed a post cleanup by performing a final power wash of the property surroundings. Ray was always accessible either by phone, text or in person. He is professional and easy to work with, always willing and ready to answer any questions I had. I will use Ray for EVERY paint job that I have and I recommend him to anyone for paint services. I can't say enough great things about Ray and his team.
    - Eduardo V.
  • A
    Guarantee Painting
    Everything went very quickly: it took less than a week from the agreement to job done. Painting was great, exactly as we wanted. However, what I found to be unique is that the Owner and crew were making suggestions regarding the color, and other details; these were excellent suggestions based on their skills and experience. One more thing: they pressure-cleaned more than we agreed, cleaned the territory, and overall the interaction was enjoyable. It seemed that they had fun when they worked.
    - Tatiana S.
  • A
    Gonzalez Painting & Waterproofing Inc
    I have used Mario Gonzalez and his company for over 15 years and through many different projects. This is the only home-improvement/construction company that I can ( and do) recommend with 100% confidence. Everyone I know that has used them (based on my recommendation) has always been very happy. As a matter of fact, I just recommended them this morning to yet another friend of mine. They are professional, meticulous and are always very fair in their pricing and time estimates. They always go above and beyond to make sure that they customer is satisfied. Every one of the employees are friendly, respectful and do quality work. Mario (the owner) always comes by to see what is going on, and often is also painting and working with his guys. This is a first class operation!
    - Patricia C.
  • F
    Gables Pressure Cleaning & Painting
    Probably the worst experience of my life with any service provider. The last thing that Elias Kessep (owner of Gables Pressure Cleaning & Painting) said to me as we ended this project was most telling about his work and ethics: ���I���m not used to having my customers around when I work.��� I am retired so I was around for much of the job and saw what was done, and was not done. Superficially Elias���s paint job looks good, but since the job was not done in accordance with the agreed to proposal, I doubt the job will last very long. He provides a 10 year warranty, but I have no intention of using him. I am hiring another painter to finish the things that were not completed or need to be redone. I was supposed to get three coats of paint and a quality job with the owner of the company on site. I got none of that. On the website for Gables Pressure Cleaning & Painting, Elias states ���There is never a sub contractor involved when any of the services is (sic) performed.��� When I interviewed Elias I asked whether he is on the job site or uses a crew. He told me that he works the job with one employee that has been with him for 20 years. When I asked him how he would paint the stucco walls he said that he does not spray stucco walls, he uses a roller, which is the application I preferred. After I gave him the job, Elias showed up at my home one evening with a person that he introduced as ���the best painter in Miami.��� I assumed this was his one employee. They discussed the job between themselves. The next morning Elias showed up with his pressure cleaning rig and a different ���employee���. After Elias pressure cleaned the house he told me that the existing paint was in such good shape that primer would not be necessary other than a few areas where the paint had chipped off during the cleaning. He would apply primer to those areas. He never offered to reduce the price of the job to reflect his savings of paint and labor. In fact, he did not buy primer, he used one gallon of Kilz that I had in my garage. The following morning Elias showed up with ���the best painter in Miami��� and two other people in their own truck. He told me that they were going to prep and cover all the doors, windows, pool patio deck, and other areas to be readied for painting. He then told me that he had to leave for a short time to finish some work on a job site, but that he would be back in the afternoon. He never showed up that day. The people he left behind were a well-practiced team that efficiently covered all the areas that needed to be covered. The next morning Elias is back with ���the best painter in Miami��� and the other two people in their own truck (hereinafter referred to as the ���sub���). He tells me that they are going to finish caulking the woodwork on the pool patio, and then paint the open tongue and groove and exposed beam ceiling over the pool patio (approximately 800 square feet). Elias then apologizes because he needed to go back to the other job site since the owner there keeps adding things to be done, but that he will be back in the afternoon. I told him that if he wanted to postpone my job until he finished the other job that would be ok with me, but I wanted him on my job site. He assured me that he was almost done there and if I needed him for anything just to call and he would be back if needed. By 10:30 that morning the sub starts spraying the ceiling (which I had agreed to). I left and came back at 2:30 to find the sub working on repairing the fascia and soffits. I ask the sub boss (the best painter in Miami) how the ceiling is going and he tells me they are finished. I ask him when they will do the second coat and he tells me it has already been done. I immediately check the website for the paint and find that you need a minimum of 4 hours between coats in ideal conditions, if you are unsure wait 12 hours. I try to tell the boss and he does not understand what I am talking about (language issue). I called Elias and he tells me it is ok to do the second coat immediately. I tell him it is not and he needs to come over. About an hour later he shows up and I show him the website. He seems genuinely surprised that paint needs to dry between coats. He talks to the sub and tells me they will do a second coat. They might have, I never saw it. The next morning Elias and the sub show up and Elias again is apologizing since he has to go back to the other job. He starts showing me pictures of the other job to convince me that he is being honest. Elias just doesn���t get it. He promises to be back in the afternoon. Never shows up. The sub is now ready to start the walls. One is spraying the wall and another on his left side is back rolling to smooth out the paint. I call Elias. He was unaware of what his ���employees��� were doing, but tried to assure me that even though he committed to rolling the job, this was the best way to apply paint to stucco. (Not my experience.) As the sub is racing through the walls I asked the boss whether they were going to have enough paint for the second coat (I have about 2,800 square feet of stucco walls and they had only 15 gallons of paint). He said it wasn���t a problem since they were putting on both coats of paint at the same time. He claimed that the spraying was the first coat and the back rolling was the second. I called Elias. He said that he would be here the next morning. By this time Elias is exasperated and realizing that he has lost control of the job. He offers to leave the job and I can pay him whatever I think he earned. By this time I have paid him $3,000 (50% of the job) and I have half painted house. He suggests that we let the sub (although he had not yet admitted he had sub-contracted the job to a team of quick and dirty painters) do the initial coat and he would spend the next week fixing it and putting on the additional coats of paint. Against my better judgement and hoping against all hope that he will finally do the right thing I agree. For the next week he would show up for a few hours each day with a different ���employee��� (no idea where he found them) telling me that they were some kind of painting or stucco expert. Their actual expertise seemed to be holding the 5 gallon paint pail for him. He had half of a 5 gallon pail of paint left from the initial coat by the sub which he said he would use to put on 2 more coats of paint. When he finished, there was still one gallon of paint left in that pail. He would try to repair some stucco that the sub messed up, slap some paint where they missed or calling it another coat, try (unsuccessfully) to clean up the paint drops and overspray around the house, try to remove the red paint from the pavers by the front door where they neglected to protect when they painted the door, touch up the wrought iron which they could not clean since they did not have the tools (they tried to clean the wrought iron using putty knives), etc. Eventually we both gave up trying to salvage this job. I withheld 25% (first time I ever had to do this) of the price of the job even though that will not be enough to correct the problems. I could go on, but you get the idea now. I did not get the quality job I paid for. If you use Elias, you do so with the knowledge of my experience.
    - Robert G.
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