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  • A
    David Spence Inc.
    David Spence began working with me after my sub floor replacement failed after only a few years after botched job from other company. He replaced the bathroom subfloor, retiled, had plumber and engineer brought in to determine why the floor failed. After correcting the cause, he replaced all my sub floors (including bathroom where they had to support an older style ceramic tub while they replaced the floor under it) and replaced tile and laminate throughout. the work was done quickly (3 days), and the crew could not have been more professional and accommodating. Since that experience, he has replaced doors, with frames as well as other construction jobs. Each time I have been pleased with the outcome. The original cost was only slightly more than the company that did it the first time, but with him calling in the specialists, it was the last time.
    - Diana S.
  • A
    The Bath & Kitchen Gallery
    No one will believe this. The entire staff did the best work imaginable. There were two or three 'issues'. Everyone one of them was resolved with a smile and perfect completion. I can only speak accolades to the entire staff. I had only to mention a concern and the staff were there to help us make a knowledgeable decision. The lead construction person hurt himself and even after that each staff member pitched in and the construction went on as scheduled. I cannot single out one as better than the other, or the best. They are all professional and treated my house as their own. The staff at the beginning helped us resolve all different kinds of issues: cabinets, exhaust fan, lighting, flooring, granite, type of windows, kitchen layout, and backsplash. The staff made changes on the go as needed to comply with the needs of my spouse. The cost was always minimal. The equipment they needed was always kept in neat and out of the way place. They always kept the construction site extremely clean. Cabinets, flooring, appliances, and construction supplies were always available when needed and were never a nuisance.
    - HERBERT B.
  • F
    JL Custom Flooring LLC
    JL Custom Flooring was hired to remove and replace the shower in my master bathroom.  On March 6, 2015 Jason Lester began work and received the first payment of $1175.00, which included partial labor and additional materials purchased.  The work was completed on Wednesday March 11, 2015, he was then paid the remaining balance of $825.00 for a total of $2000, on top of the materials I purchased.  I was told to let the shower dry for 24 hours then clean with a vinegar/water mix. 
    On Friday March 13, 2015 I began to spray and wipe down with a vinegar/water mix and in doing so I noticed there were cracks in the grout throughout the entire shower.  He was notified Friday March 13, 2015 at 5:02pm about the cracked grout as well as the problems I had with the way the drywall looked on the edges of the shower. I was told the shower was ok to use
    and he would be out on Monday to touch up. Monday March 16, 2015 I contacted Jason to verify he would be at the
    house, at that time I was told he would not be making it.  On March 30, 2015 I reached out again to find out when he could be expected and I was told he would be back to work on Thursday, however, he never contacted me regarding a date and time to repair the cracked grout.  On April 17, 2015 I contacted him again, I was told again he wouldn?t be able to make it out.  On April 23, 2015 I contacted again expressing my frustration and how this is not acceptable and very unprofessional.  On April 24, 2015 (44 days later) he returned to re-grout (did not remove original grout).  Again I was told to wait 24 hours to shower.  I let the shower set over the weekend and again with the vinegar/water mixture cleaned on Monday April 27, 2015. 
    On Wednesday April 29, 2015 I started cleaning the shower again and the grout began to peel completely out of the
    lines.  I took pictures and forwarded to Jason explaining how unhappy I was with his work.  At that time I was told it has to be a
    problem with the grout and that he would contact Home Depot and speak with them, he told me he would get back with me in the morning.  On April 30, 2015 I reached out to him at 11:20am because I had not heard from him. At that time I was told an inspector from the manufacture would be out to take pictures and make a claim on Friday May 1, 2015 at 9:30am.  Jason also said he would be removing all the grout and re-grouting again.  I took the day off  to be at the house to meet with the inspector as well as monitor Jason?s work because I wanted to make sure everything was the way it should be and wanted to ensure that he wouldn?t leave until the work was finally completed.  While Jason did show up, nobody from the manufacture company was present.  I asked Jason for the contact info and contacted them myself.  Jason told me he spoke with a gentleman by the name of Hector.  I contacted the company and was finally able to speak directly to Hector himself who told me he had no idea who Jason was and had never spoke with him regarding the grout issue.  He also told me he was located in California. I was then directed to the local representative who also never spoke with Jason.  When Jason was confronted he blew it off and claimed he had spoken with them.  He continued to remove the grout from the larger tiled areas and then AGAIN re grouted.  I was again told I could use the shower 24 hours later.
    When I started to clean on Tuesday May 5, 2015 (more then 24 hrs later) there were several spots missing grout and you could still see the lighter grout he had previously claimed he had removed. So he did not remove ALL the grout and was now on the 3rd layer of grout in the mosaic areas and floor. I informed Jason and was told he would be at my house on May 8, 2015 to ?touch up? again.  On May 8,2015 I didn?t hear from him so I text him at 9:42am asking when I should take my lunch to meet him.  He then told me again that he was busy with something and was trying to make it by 2pm and then asking if it was ok to come out on Monday. I said no, I would rather it be done today. I'm over dealing with it.  At noon I text him again asking for an update, which I never received a response to until Monday. At that time I told him I did not want him doing any more work in my house. I forwarded all the pictures of his work (missing grout, on wall and floor, destroyed base board and unlevel shower floor)  Jason?s response was that he feels his work is 100% and there is nothing wrong with it, however, offered $500 to ?wipe it clean?. 
    Jason Lester's work is far from professional.  He is very unreliable, dishonest and does not warranty any of his work.  I am unfortunately stuck with this show which has uneven tiles, two different colors of grout, missing grout in some sections and an uneven floor. I do not suggest using his business if you are looking for quality work. 

    - Chelsea N.
  • F
    50% Cheaper Seven Golden Floors Installation
    My husband and I wished to replace laminate throughout our 1050 square foot home.  Having gotten Seven Golden Floors, Adriano Frazatto's contact information from Angie's List, we felt we were in good hands.  Mr. Frazatto and I exchanged several emails, always with his signing 'God bless.'  I can usually be had by that catch phrase, and so responded in kind, but, remained cautious, as regrettably, I've also seen 'God bless' and other Christian catchphrases used to get business, but without substance. 

    Adriano failed to read emails thoroughly, which should've been my first red flag.  And, because he did not, asked the same questions repeatedly, which in and of itself was annoying.  But, more annoying still, his English, though adequate, because he spoke at lightening speed, was nearly impossible to follow, so we had to strain to understand him, ask him to repeat himself throughout the estimate until we independently began to suspect he was deliberately using the language barrier to full advantage (his)...Additionally, we were forced to ask for much information he declined to give unless pressed.  However, what we did understand follows:

    Adriano repeatedly tried to talk us into tile or hardwood throughout the house.  His quote was $11,000 for labor alone...for estimate which did not include materials...  He informed us that labor could be more (though how much more he declined to say...), however, if he had to 'level' the floor in a back bedroom...  As we'd had laminate installed previously, and this was the first we'd heard of that possibility, we hesitated.  Adriano continued to press for tile or hard wood flooring until finally, we asked if he'd noticed the homes as he drove into our subdivision... calling to his attention that ours was not a tile hardwood neighborhood.   When, for what seemed (and may actually have been) the tenth time, we repeated that we were on a limited budget, so tile and hardwood weren't options for us, he continued to press; the resale value of our home would be greater than with laminate flooring.  Taking our estimate to the limit, we asked for, and he gave us, some vague, unreasonable time frames...he could do it in a week or so, but, as he had other jobs ahead of ours, had no idea when he might finish our project, and that he may have to start it, stop, then get back to us...when he could...but, that as he worked alone, it would take about 10 days; no promises though... 

    Ultimately, our flooring was installed in four days (by one installer).  Not appreciating anything about our experience with Seven Golden Floors; not  pressure tactics, and especially not appreciating his seemingly phony 'God bless' just before attempting to take advantage of us, we said we would be in touch.  I emailed him the following afternoon to say we'd selected a different installer.  This time, he replied with 'ok' sans his signature 'God bless.'  I suppose God's blessings are reserved for people who allow him to take advantage of them.  My fiance and I were in complete agreement.  This fellow did not seem at all honest to us, nor did he seem to take into consideration our budget or our expressed needs. Overall, this one gets an 'F.'
    - Eric C.
  • A
    World of Floors
    The contractors removed and hauled away old carpeting and tile floors and installed new tile flooring throughout the house. Also repaired and replaced carpeted stairs with wooden stairs. The tile guys purposely took their time to do an excellent job of laying the 24 by 24 inch tile on the diagonal. We are very happy with the 3000 square feet of tile that was installed. It took a while for the wooden stair guy to start the wooden stairs so we had to wait an extra week to have the whole house completed. Although the whole process took more than a month, the floors and stairs are beautiful. The tile workers even worked the weekends. They were punctual and professional. The wait was worth it. If you want quality work, I recommend World of Floors.
    - Robert G.
  • A
    Jack O���Trades
    Brian showed up on-time, got set right up, and did a great job. Plenty of attention to detail and a strong work ethic; he really knows what he's doing. I would use Jack O' Trades again in a heartbeat.
    - John K.
  • A
    50% Cheaper Seven Golden Floors Installation
    I contacted this company and was provide a qoute by phone based on square footage. Owner came out on the day we agreed on and performed the job perfectly for the agreed upon price. I had no issues getting a in touch with my contractor very professional.I would recommend this company to anyone who wants good service and a fair price. I will be contacting again when I update my master bathroom.
    - Jeremy M.
  • A
    Flooring Installation Specialists
    Ted and Lori started on the agreed date and time. Helped move furniture. Removed old hardwood flooring in the LR and 2 halls. Removed old carpeting in the FR. Disposed of all old carpet and wood. Prepared the sub flooring for installation of new tiles. Installed the new tile and quarter round trim and did all related clean up. Helped move larger pieces of furniture back. This was a large project with a certain amount of stress because the house was completely disrupted. Ted and Lori worked quickly and efficiently to complete the work in a very timely manner. The floors turned out as beautiful as we had hoped. In the past we have had very negative results with home re-model projects but this time we were very fortunate to have found Flooring Installation Specialists. Ted and Lori work very well together as a team. We would not hesitate to hire them again. We would recommend them for any tile installation project.
    - sharon d.
  • A
    50% Cheaper Seven Golden Floors Installation
    This was an EXCELLENT deal!  I also found an expert in tile, who I will call on in the future. Adriano is an artisan.  He laid out the tile, which had variations in color and size and determined if I had enough tile PRIOR to doing the job.  I did not.  The linear footage for the baseboard had been miscalculated.  He used his own tools outside for mixing and cutting.  He cleaned up after himself EACH day.  At the end of the job, he wiped down the tile to remove the first layer of film that had occurred from the OTHER contractor's work crews.
    It is now a year later.  My family and I still love the flooring in these two rooms.  They are "flat"... furniture subsequently moved in doesn't wobble.  They clean easily.  There are no chips or stains.  What more could I ask when the job was done perfectly.

    - BARBARA W.
  • F
    DeGeorge Ceilings Inc
    I have a home recording studio which needed an a ceiling that could absorb reflections so I contracted with DeGeorge to install an the ceiling. When Robert came out he suggested I also add recessed can lights instead of the track lighting I had installed... also suggested I go ahead and do the back and two side walls with an acoustic material since it would provide more coverage. I told him the room was sealed (it was built from the ground up to be a studio - double walls, suspended on rails, acoustic caulk and sealed electrical boxes) and that I wanted to make sure the can lights would be able to be sealed. He said they could created boxes around the lights and seal them so I shouldn't worry. I agreed. The contract was signed March 13th and the work began April 26th. Originally this was supposed to take 3 to 5 days to install the ceiling plus maybe 7 days to install the walls and about two to three weeks time for materials and fabricating off site.  Imagine my frustration when the project finally wrapped over 120 days after the contract was signed. There were MANY excuses, mistakes & lack of communication along the way on their part. Like other customers have reported here I went a long time with a half completed room and no contact from DeGeorge, despite many calls and emails. Finally, at the end of July when we wrapped up I noticed my room was a little warm but it was mid-summer and it was hotter than usual outside so I thought nothing of it. Then I got an error message on my thermostat for the AC unit. Called an AC company to fix - nothing was wrong, they said. Then I started seeing condensation around the air vents more and more. Had the thermostat replaced because of a persistent humidity error message. Then the newly replaced thermostat began displaying the same error so I called a different AC company who was also certified on my brand of AC unit; they thoroughly checked the system and said it was functioning properly but that hot, humid air was leaking into the room. They could not pinpoint an exact area without further investigation but were concerned with the amount of condensation on my air vents.
    I called DeGeorge to come take a look - when they removed the air vents they noticed they were not even sealed so they taped them and left; this didn't solve the problem. They came back out a second time for about 20 minutes and stuffed insulation around the vents; this also did not solve the problem and I told them that it wouldn't before they even tried. Now it's been two months since their last visit and I can't get them to fix the problem or even return my calls and emails. I originally asked them to bring an infrared camera to pinpoint the heat leak instead of guessing, I have mentioned hiring a third party leak detection company and I have given them my theory and the AC company's theory as to where the heat is originating (the recessed cans are not properly sealed in the ceiling, allowing attic air into the room). No action, no reply to my last emails and no returned phone call.  My AC runs constantly to keep up, water drips on my floor from all 4 vents and my room smells like a musty, stuffy attic every time I open the door. The screws holding up the air vents have rusted and the ceiling tile is showing signs of water stains. I have very expensive, very sensitive electronic equipment in this room and need a resolution quickly to prevent possible damage. It's important to note that prior to DeGeorge's improper installation I didn't have any of these problems in the room. 
    I have requested several times for them to fix their mistake. When they failed to properly identify the problem I hired an inspector to precisely pinpoint the defect. The inspectors professional conclusion matched my theory; the 11 recessed can boxes were not properly installed or sealed. The material DeGeorge used around the air vents, which did not resolve the problem, was also apparently used on the boxes. The inspector found this to be improper and ineffective material for this type of installation. His recommendation was to remove the ceiling tile around all recessed boxes, pull the boxes out of the ceiling, seal them with the correct material, re-insert them in the ceiling, apply an appropriate sealant and re-install the acoustic ceiling tiles. I'm willing to allow DeGeorge to perform the repair but I will not let them take their sweet time doing it. I ask is that, due to the incompetence exhibited thus far, the work be evaluated and approved by the inspector prior to the final stage of completion (after the boxes are installed but before the ceiling tile is replaced over them). If DeGeorge does not feel they have the desire or ability to perform the work, I ask that they pay for a third party company recommended to me by the inspector to complete the repair. In either case, since they failed to diagnose the defect, DeGeorge should also pay for the inspection.  When I complained to DeGeorge about the amount of time it took to complete the job, the fact that I was quoted for 12 can lights but only 11 would fit and that they had their workers run the electric instead of a licensed electrical company they reduced my bill by $500. At that time I had no idea the work had been done improperly or I would not have paid them. How dare I expect quality work, right?
    I highly caution anyone from using this company. Not only for their inability to perform quality work but for their lack of time management and complete disregard for customer service. Even the workers didn't know when they'd be back next. At the end of the day I'd say, 'so tomorrow at 8am?' and they'd say, 'oh I don't know - maybe.'
    Not only have they not communicated with me but they won't even respond to my attorney a week after being contacted. This is a total mess.   If you decide to take a risk and use them I recommend having an inspector on hand throughout the process and I can't stress enough that you have a firm, legally defined deadline built into your agreement. Otherwise you'll be out of your space, your time and your money.  But why take the risk? Choose a different company.
    - Nick D.
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