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  • A
    Earthly Matters Painting and Roofing
    Luis Nesmith was the manager and stayed in contact with us throughout the project. They were excellent and were neat and did clean work. They used high quality paint and were very professional. We would highly recommend this company and would definitely use them again.
    - Philip T.
  • A
    A Nu Age Home Exteriors
    I apologize for the late-ness of this; if I write a review then I write a review and things have been beyond crazy since the start of the holidays which was was just after work was completed...
    The front of my house had two gables with Cedar shake. Since
    they were installed (very poorly) in 2005 they had dried out causing cupping
    and splintering and faded to a rather unpleasant washed out gray color. They
    had also been attacked by carpenter bees leaving many holes showing the plywood
    underneath with no Tyvek. The shingles were never sealed and they had suffered
    enough damage when we bought the house that we knew we would have to replace
    them as they were already splitting and falling off of their own accord. The
    front is also the Western face of the house and gets blasted by the afternoon
    sun causing the paint to be in very bad shape so I began searching for shingle
    replacement and paint for the front; this was initially to be two separate jobs. I should
    state that I wanted the shingles replaced with a cement product like HardiePlank
    that could mimic the cedar shake. In talking with different companies and doing
    a lot of research, I ultimately found that I wanted Nichiha as I now believed
    it to be a better product than Hardie (completion of shingle areas included paint for them).
     
    I had interviewed seven highly ranked Angies list companies
    receiving very wide ranging quotes from most. Quotes for the shingles only
    ranged between $1700 and $5000 which kind of stepped me back a bit; I liked the
    $1700 price but not the contractor; too fast with no detail, just ?yep, we can do it?,
    paint from HD or Lowes ? whatever you want. This versus the $2800, I disliked
    the price but felt very confident in the contractor and the job would be done
    right. The $5000 I?m sure (truly), would have been amazing but I can?t afford
    it and this neighborhood does not support such price tags for relatively minor
    projects like this. This was putting me in a bind as I still needed to do paint
    for the front at least and I was already going outside my budget.
     
    I interviewed Robert of A Nu Age Home Exteriors at the end
    of this and we quickly fell into a rhythm that worked for me; Robert works and
    moves fast but I knew at this point what I wanted and we were able to quickly
    find an understanding. He put forward Nichiha products which I liked; he had
    photos (of his work) of examples that I could choose from in overall style and
    in fine distinction meaning do I want the alternating shakes linear or
    staggered. In talking paint, he again prefers to use the brand and type that I
    believe to be superior as well as even the better quality caulk; important
    details to me (just as an fyi, all 3 of these things: Nichiha, type of paint
    and type of caulk were what the $5000 artisan also preferred as best).
     
    We went outside to confirm the scope of the project and
    Robert put forward replacing the Hardie planking that brackets the double
    Garage doors and which then continue s up for 9 or so rows before hitting a
    divider which separates the Gable over the garage. At first this offer made me
    quite nervous after hearing quoted numbers from other companies; Robert
    explained what I already knew was that the builder had done a hack job in this
    area and the Hardie looked like h***; large gaps, unevenness, unsymmetrical
    layout, big nail holes visible everywhere, broken pieces just caulked in.
    Robert felt that if we were going to spend whatever we were going to spend to
    have a good looking front of our house that is presented to the street and to
    visitors, then do it right, and he would work with me to achieve that.
     
    His quote at first was a bit tough for me, not because it
    was too much for the work he was going to do but because I had set myself a
    path of: do gable shingles first, then do the paint on the front, then do the
    paint on the rest of the house. Hey, I got two kids in private school, the
    public schools are a joke (the 23 year old graduate next door cant read or
    write, and we did not get lucky with the charter school lottery) we need to do
    things as we can. I gotta say, Robert worked with me and I worked with him, had
    to be flexible. I let him set the schedule as he was going to have a crew in
    the area doing a whole house ? which is what he normally does. So we shared the
    crews between the jobs while he was in the area and we shared the disposal fee
    with the other house with the dumpster; win ? win ? win. I accepted the quote; obviously,
    it just made too much sense.
     
    The first crew, the siding crew arrived a day or two later
    than anticipated and late in the afternoon versus in the morning. This was
    completely fine to me as I knew that we were being ?fit into? the schedule, by
    original arrangement and this was part of the deal so I was happy. Ross and his
    crew were great, they hit the ground running, every man with a job and every
    person on top of it; it was a larger crew than I would have expected. They
    stayed late, probably finishing near 8pm. It was cold, but no bother, they had
    lights and they did a fantastic job in just the one afternoon. They built little ?boxes? for the garage lamps,
    which make them, look more refined and professional ? nice touch. Robert and I
    had to increase the quote a little bit for the divider board; between the
    Hardie below and the Nichiha above. Neither of us thought of it the day of the
    quote but this was fine as it very understandably needed to be done along with
    the new weather flashing.
     
    The second crew kept checking in; Jorge, like Ross is very
    professional and was not about to take short cuts. He would come by and tell me
    on a morning that he was supposed to start with caulking that he was going to
    defer as it was too cold and he would be back late afternoon if it warmed up,
    then he would wait a day after applying for the caulk to set, otherwise it could
    crack over time; then pressure wash, then paint. He always checked in with me
    and told me what to expect. He did a very thorough and complete job which we
    were, and are, very happy with.
     
    I?m very satisfied with Robert, I will be having him back
    soon (Spring time) to paint the rest of the house. He was everything above and
    more; he answered his phone! And if he did not, then he got back to me in a
    reasonable time; and I?m a hoverer, I watched it all, asked everything, and
    stuck my nose everywhere - Robert got lots of calls. Like I said earlier, his
    personality type is that he moves fast, this might be the only caveat that I
    have. He wrote the quote on the fly on our first meet at my kitchen table. Just
    make sure that the details are in the quote of the work to be done as it may be
    weeks later when the job is started and Robert may have seen 50 other people in
    the meanwhile. I do not say this as a jab, not at all; it is just easier to
    know for sure and not have to make a phone call when his teams are here to
    confirm. If anything, Robert was way more than fair; if there was something
    that was the slightest bit contentious, we found an easy compromise. I
    absolutely recommend Robert and his teams in all areas.
     
     
     
     
     


    - PAUL C.
  • A
    Avatar Contractor Group
    Avatar contractors are exceptional! They are extremely professional, all of their employees are skilled and diligent, and all around they are very kind people. We had a wonderful experience working with Tony, Maritza and Anuar. Not only did they remodel our basement in a timely manner, they paid very close attention to detail, were punctual, over communicated, and were some of the kindest people we have ever worked with. 

    I recommend Avatar 110% and more! The best contractor in Atlanta, hands down :-)
    - Azza G.
  • F
    Just Decks Atlanta
    Kumar needs to update his Services Included to truly represent what his company does.�� Referring me to an "ex-employee" that is not an Angie's List member is not appropriate and outside of what I expect to receive from an Angie's List vendor.
    - Michael T.
  • A
    Atlanta Maintenance Management Services
    Work was done ahead of time and very professionally.  About 1/4 of the siding was replaced.  The defective portions were carefully removed and new planks installed.  Butch was very thorough and a good communicator.
    - Michael M.
  • A
    JPRO Painting & Restoration
    We hired JPRO to do some interior painting in our new home, shortly before we moved in.  JP and his entire team were a pleasure to work with throughout the process - they are extremely polite, courteous, and the quality of their work is outstanding.  Without question, we will use them again when it comes time to paint the exterior of our house.
    - Jason S.
  • A
    Everlasting Painting LLC
    The Everlasting paint crew did an excellent job.  The worlers showed up on time and were very hard working and professional.  The paint made the house and garage look new.  The pressure washing was also fantastic!  We couldn't have been more pleased. The proice was also the best, compared to other estimates I received. Great Job!
    - Bobby G.
  • A
    Riverside Painting
    David from Riverside Painting arrived at the scheduled time and gave me a detailed estimate for painting the exterior trim of my 2600sf home plus my 2 car garage. I also had a set of handrails on the back porch that needed replacing (rotting wood). The estimate was on a Friday and on Monday they were pressure washing the house. Tuesday, Guillermo and his crew arrived and began caulking and priming. He also found some more rotten wood that needed replacing. Threat of rain cut that day's work short but they were back on Wednesday to complete the job. Excellent workmanship, very thorough, friendly and professional.  Guillermo went to great lengths to match the wood handrails to the existing rails, going to at least 2 different lumber suppliers to get the best match.  I believe Riverside is very aware of their high rating on Angie's List because they worked hard every step of the way to make sure I was a happy customer.   And they take American Express!  All in all, a great experience. I will definitely being calling them in the future to install dry wall in my garage.
    - ROBERT M.
  • A
    Image Renovations of Atlanta
    Our simple "replace the bathroom floor" project on our 1948 bungalow morphed into an entire home renovation, including raising the ridge and 2 storey 10 x 16 stairwell/kitchen addition. Jean-Claude consulted with us from the architectural planning phase through arranging for the various subs (framing, insulation, sheetrock, and roofing), and on to his crew's completion of the house. I especially appreciated how he was able to think creatively, and help us arrive at interesting solutions to potentialy expensive stumbling blocks. While his freely expressed opinions may annoy some people, or architects, I appreciated them, figuring he was the construction expert. He clearly thought some of my ideas were a bit odd, but worked with me to evolve them into something pleasing and buildable. When we changed an item from the original plan, there were no "change fees;" Jean-Claude doesn't mind designing and building as the situation needs (like adding a closet where the architect missed there would be ample space). He always kept cost in mind, and was invaluable in providing advice giving us the best build and finishes for our modest budget. His crews, and subs, were all very nice, clean, respectful men; no foul language, no hanging around doing nothing, and the site was left swept and picked-up every day.The project took several months longer than anticipated, of course, but was well worth the wait.  It's more than even the architect imagined.  It's now an extremely structurally sound home, interestingly designed, with space well-used, and more storage stuck here and there than we thought possible.  Even small details like plumbing and attic vents were placed unobtrusively, and painted to disappear.
    - Kerry L Q.
  • A
    Everlasting Painting LLC
    Everlasting was a pleasure to deal with. The paint team was excellent and the service was much better than expected and well under budget. They even wen above and beyond and pressure washed our very small deck (10x12) during the exterior preparation (and arranged the furniture back on the deck after painting was completed).

    I even watched them paint the 2nd story of the house.  I watched not just a casual spray, but the team sprayed until it was done and looked right.  Even the floodlight was replaced (we left the replacement bulbs out and asked them), which is something small, but meant a lot.

    All I can say is WOW! It looks like a new house.

    Everlasting - If you can keep this level up, you can have my business in the future as well as my friends.
    - Ryan C.
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