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  • A
    Rodriguez Painting
    Rodriguez Painting did an amazing job from the bid all the way to through the painting of the inside and outside of our home. My wife and I are very picky people and had made an extensive list before the final day of painting. However, they had already taken care of 90% of that list before the walk-through and handled the rest of the small touch-up issues quickly, professionally, and without complaint. Francisco Jr. handled the estimate and the customer service and Eleazar and his team really handled themselves courteously and professionally throughout the entire process. Well done!
    - Tony T.
  • F
    Build-A-Dream Remodeling & Painting
    DON'T USE THIS COMPANY! Don't waste your time nor money with this company. The prices are ridiculous, you think you're paying for a professional paint job. But wrong...we have uneven areas were the paint wasn't distributed evenly, and missing areas of paint. They left all the white areas on the house are suppose to be beige like the downspouts, and the garage doors. We too, got the message " not to worry, I stand behind my work, I'll make it right!" We have left him messages and now he's ignoring the calls. Not very professional! We are pursuing further.
    - Sherese J.
  • A
    Make a Choice Home Exterior LLC
    Outstanding service! My house was built 1995 with generic LP Siding. I contacted Make A choice Home Exterior for inspection and replacement with HardiePlank Siding. I am grateful for your professional staff at Make A choice Home Exterior. Chuck the planner and estimator responded immediately to give estimate. Chuck performed a thorough inspection of house, measurements and great recommendations. The owner Ross and crew installed HardiePlank Siding, repaired soffit and fascia boards. The crew cleaned up area to my complete satisfaction. Make A choice Home Exterior staff provide professional advice and outstanding workmanship. If I need any home renovation repairs or service you are my go to team. Thank You
    - James R.
  • A
    Clark Construction & Design LLC
    We just had a screened-in porch added to the back of our home. Chase Clark came over and gave us a very reasonable estimate along with great ideas. The crews who worked were very professional and did a fantastic job. We also have a couple of large dogs so we wanted doors that they could manage to go in and out of ��� Chase put in two doors with hinges that allowed the door to swing back and forth. Awesome!!! My kids told my husband and I the new screened-in porch looks like it���s always been there :). We plan on using Chase again for other updates in our home. Thank you Chase & Crew!!!
    - Constance H.
  • A
    MTS Sheffield Services Roofing & Construction
    MTS Sheffield Enterprises did an EXCELLENT job on my roof and repairs! Mathis, the owner introduced himself and explained the process. He was very professional and courteous.The work was not only done in a timely and efficient manner, it was top quality! I would recommend this company for any of your home needs!
    - Jennifer C.
  • A
    Paul The Painter
    Paul was outstanding from start to finish; from doing an initial walk-thru, to helping me with color palettes; from painting to fixing some woodwork on the exterior of my home, he was simply great all along the way.
    - Hilton B.
  • A
    Gonzalez Painting
    The service went great, the workers were professional, quick and very good. My house is 10 years old, so it needed to be power washed, wood replaced and repainting. I wanted the original color and they did it without input from me. My house looks like new, I would recommend them to anyone needing work done. There prices were also lower than anyone else.
    - Denise J.
  • F
    Boy and a Bucket Southeast Paint Co
    I would not recommend them. I'm a realtor and I don't give referrals unless I've used somebody. This painter only does business by referrals. We have this community here, which is Seven Hills and Bentwater. They're million dollar houses. They get all their business there. So, another realtor had given me the painter's name and highly recommended him. He talked about all the reviews and all references that they gave, which was from the same community. So I'm thinking, "Great," We wanted a professional painter, we've never hired a painter, we've always painted ourselves because I'm so picky. So I'm thinking, "Okay, I'm going with these painters, I know it's going to be pricey, I know I'm going to pay the price to get it, but I'm hiring professionals." It was a mess. They told me they would be here Friday, after the 6th and they would start it that Friday. Well, the owner of the company called me Thursday morning and left me a message. I called him back and he says, "Hey, I wanted to see if I can go ahead and get my guys out there about noon today," because they were not only painting my interior walls, they were painting the new decks and porches that we had had built. He says, "Hey, I want to get them out there so they can pressure wash." I didn't have the pressure washer pressure wash my deck - they only did my driveways - because the painter said that they had to chemically wash my decks and my back porch. So he said, "I want to come out, for them to have that done and it could be dry for us to start painting tomorrow," and he goes, "Is that a problem?" I said, "No, they're going to be outside. That's not a problem." He goes, "Well, we did want to go ahead and patch and repair some of the walls inside so everything is ready to be done." I said, "Okay, I'll change my plans, not a big deal." But he says, "The crew I'm sending is going to be for pressure washing." They get here, they speak very little English. I said, "Hey, you guys can go ahead and get started." He was like, "Hey, we want to come in inside and see what we need to do." So, he comes inside and they just start. I said, "Wait, wait, wait. Oscar said you guys were coming to do the outside prep." He goes, "Oh no, we do no outside prep, we're painters." I was like, "What?" So, I wasn't prepared for them. I was expecting them the next day, I wasn't prepared for them that morning. I basically got wrangled into my back bedroom for them to tear apart my house and I'm like, "Okay." I kind of got over it, I wasn't happy about it. They were just supposed to be patching walls, repairing walls, taping. Before they had any of that done, they were already painting my ceiling. They hadn't even covered anything. They were already painting my ceiling. I had paint all over my house. Later that afternoon, finally another crew came and they started doing the outside pressure washing. They finished the entire interior of my house before they left that night at eight o'clock and all they were supposed to be doing was prepping for the following day's paint. I didn't didn't even sleep that night, I was so upset. It was awful. I have stained wood trim in my house, I don't have painted wood trim. There was paint on everything. My trim was ruined, my hardwood, there was paint on everything. I have a 100-year old table that my TV sits on. There was paint all over the back of it. I had to come in here twice to tell them to cover up. I have 100-year old Edisons. I got them to cover them because they were sanding without covering any of the stuff up. That's very susceptible to dust, much less sheetrock dust. They look at me like I've got three heads when I'm telling them to cover the stuff up. These guys were supposed to be professionals. Before they left that night I had asked the guy that was in charge, that could barely speak English, I said, "What time are you guys going to be back tomorrow?" He says, "Nine to 10 o'clock." At seven o'clock, they were here. I hadn't even got out of bed yet. I'm like, "Oh my goodness." I just got straight out of bed and called the owner of the company. At this point I didn't know I had paint anywhere other than on my trim. I hadn't been looking all around my house, looking for paint. I just saw in my halls because that's what I walked down and I'm right there at the baseboard. I called him and I said, "Oscar, they have paint all over my baseboards," and he says, "Well, do you have any baseboard paint left? I'll just have them repaint all your baseboards." My first thought is, "That's not the point." But I said, "Oscar, I have stained baseboards, they can't be painted." he goes, "Oh if they're stained that's no problem, they'll get it right off your baseboards." I'm thinking, "Okay, I'm not going to get out of shape over it." I said, "Okay," and he goes, "I'll call them and let them know." So they painted the outside. I called him and said, "I'm really concerned. They got paint all over my baseboards. I want to make sure that they're taking the right precautions outside because I don't want stain all over my siding." he goes, "Oh, no, no, no, they're going to wrap your whole house. They'll cover everything." They had already started painting without wrapping anything until he called them. If he hadn't have called them, they wouldn't have wrapped my house, they way they were supposed to, and what I was paying for. In the area that they had stained, prior to him calling they already had stained all over my siding and I didn't know it until later that afternoon. The guy later on in the afternoon came inside and he goes, "Okay, we're done," and I'm like, "No, you're not." I'm like, "You guys have paint all over my house." At that point, I had been up cleaning everything. I had sheetrock dust on everything in my house. They were supposed to have covered everything. I had to clean everything, my windows, my furniture. And I come in here and then I start finding paint all of my hardwood floors.  I have a wrought fireplace, I had paint all over my wrought fireplace. There was paint everywhere. When I got in my kitchen, I had paint all over my solid surface countertops, all in my granite sink, all over my refrigerator, all over my stove. I had a china cabinet that looked like they had just taken the paint roller and just ran right across the bottom of it. There was paint all the way across the bottom of my china cabinet. I was just sick. I was physically sick, when I saw all this. Mind you, the guy came in and as I pointed it out to him, he cleaned all of it. But I shouldn't have had to point it out for three grand. It shouldn't have been there. They cleaned it up, they fixed it, but I'm still getting paint off stuff. That's the thing I'm frustrated with. I'm still getting paint off stuff. I managed the inside. When they were done with the outside, I went out and looked at it, and I'm like, "Oh my God, the outside looks hideous." So, I called my husband and I'm like, "Where are you at? When can you be here?  They're done, they're wanting me to pay them. I'm not paying them," and he goes, "Hey, I'm 15 minutes away," and I'm like, "Okay, I'm going to let you deal with outside. I've dealt with the inside." He gets here and he is like, "Oh my God, it looks awful." It looked like it needed to be painted. Mind you, they started with raw wood. So, all they were doing was staining my wood, it was splotchy, parts of it didn't even look like it had stain on it. When I told him, my husband was on the way home. He called Oscar and Oscar came out here. It was him and my husband. I listened to a part of it, but I was so upset at that point. I was just like, "I've got to walk away, I'm not going to be very nice. I have to walk away," because he was just making excuses. I'm just like, "Okay, I just have to walk away. I can't hear this anymore, after everything I've been through with the inside of my house. I have to walk away." Oscar did have them come back and re-touchup the front where it was really bad and made it look better. I showed Oscar the paint that was on my siding and he said he would get it off himself. We just paid them, we just wanted him to go away. I still have masking tape on my siding up high that they never took off the house. The area where there was stain, that Oscar was supposed to have gotten off, you can still see it. I'm just like, Wow, these are supposed to be professionals." I just felt like it was nightmare. The sad thing is, Oscar didn't know about all of the rest of the interior paint. I was so upset at that point, I didn't even get into anyone of that with him. I had already called him about the baseboards and then we were having him back out about the outside, I didn't even want to get into all of it because it would have just made me angry. I didn't even say anything to him about the rest of it. I took pictures, but I didn't say anything to him about them. They had paint on my furniture, on my appliances, it's everywhere and I'm still getting it off. This was supposed to be from somebody that had enormous references. I felt like they just pulled these guys from nowhere. They are a legitimate business. They told the whole time, "We don't sub-contract out anything. All these are Boy and a Bucket employees. These are our employees." Yet, none of their vehicles have any kind of advertising or labeling on it saying Boy and a Bucket, nothing. It was just plain white vans, plain white trailers. And I'm thinking, Why if you own your own business, why would you not have your vehicles and things labeled?" It just kind of caught me odd. Oscar attempted to make it right, but he shouldn't have had to. Oscar was very professional and very good. But the guys couldn't speak English and didn't do things I reminded them. It was a language barrier.
    - Brenda and Scott D.
  • A
    Georgia Pro Exteriors
    - WALTER L.
  • A
    Boy and a Bucket Southeast Paint Co
    The reason I mentioned them is they were outstanding. They not only painted my house but my daughter's. They've done a lot of work. They were extremely good. They're someone I would most definitely recommend. They're one of the best companies I've had to deal with since I've lived here. I did get other bids and they were very competitive.
    - John K.
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