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    Solano's Painting
    I am very pleased with the services and work that Salono's performed. My projected entailed prepping my walk-in closet for a custom closet comapy to come in a finish the closet. They painted the walls, ceiling, door and installed the hardwood flooring. The fee charged included the paint I just had to select the color. I purchased the materials for the flooring and Salano's picked them up from home depot. My project was finish over two days and approximately 15 hours. They also replaced a light fixture and installed an attic door handle in the closet.
    - T. W.
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    Alex & Bros Painting & Renovations
    This company from start to finish was a pleasure to work with. I had hired another painter and they were unreliable and called Alex best decision I have made in a long time. This was not an easy job but his crew was so amazing. The guys Omar and Bruno came every day on time and worked very hard until the day was up. The job was a 1 week job in total because painting kitchen cabinets is a process which they prepared me for in advance. Every step of the way was done with professionalism and accuracy that we wanted in a company. We have other projects with them in the works and will continue to use them regularly and often.
    - Janie G.
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    Alex & Bros Painting & Renovations
    After not showing for scheduled appointment twice with out the courtesy of even a phone call, I was told that he did not do low cost jobs because I live in a mobile home and he only did work ok no REAL homes.. this was without even looking at the job needed or giving a quote...would never do business with such an unprofessional company, not to mention rude.
    - glenda k.
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    Brindle Properties Inc
    I DO NOT RECOMMEND Joe Brindle from Richmond Hill. Please do yourself a favor if you would like to maintain the value of your home, and do not work with him. About a month ago, I purchased a home which was a beautiful foreclosure. It sat empty for 2-4 years depending on who you ask. The bank spent a decent amount of money to do some upgrades in order to sell the home. In July of 2016, the bank hired someone to do most of this work, and that was Joe Brindle from Richmond Hill. I purchased the home just 2 months after the services warranty expired - keep in mind the home was empty therefore no "lived in" damage to the property occurred. As soon as I moved in, I noticed that the paint throughout was peeling - the paint in the garage was latex paint. His painter had painted over oil based paint with latex paint without a primer. Painting 101 would teach you not to do this. (As the bank opted not to put lights in any of the rooms, this was difficult to see during inspections.) Areas that aren't peeling are painted with one crappy coat of paint - you can see through it in many places - you can also see brush strokes throughout. It is the lowest quality paint job I believe I have ever seen. I am even more shocked to see it in a Southbridge home. I asked Joe to consider honoring the warranty (as many others had, thankfully) and look at the property. I was optimistic and thankful that he chose to walk through the property with me (after many texts from me urging him to do so), and these were his comments: - "The paint that was used was expensive." (which does not mean it was the correct type of paint, so it does not apply) - "The bank got what they paid for" (when I asked if he would have accepted this paint job for the contracted price in his home, he said he wouldn't have) - "It was painted for a bank, not for an owner" (low integrity - the bank is an owner and an "owner" would be in the home at some point) - "I can't find the painter I used then." (I responded that the bank hired him under his company, therefore the quality of his work is his responsibility. He agreed.) - "The warranty was out 2 months ago." (I responded that if I had called him 2 months ago he would have had to handle this, and he said yes - again, low integrity. I also reminded him the has been empty and had been shown multiple times, so no one else damaged the property or went in and painted poorly over a quality paint job after him.) - "This house had damage to the roof in Matthew" (not sure why this was relevant but I informed him other businesses honored their warranties, including the roofing company). - "I'm sure you purchased the property as-is from the bank at a good price" (I reminded him my purchase agreement with the bank has nothing to do with he quakirbidbhisbwork and whether he stood behind it") - "I'm not giving you any money" (I didn't ask for money - I asked for him to send a painter to correct his faulty work. I had 2 bids already so I knew what his cost would be without a markup.) He offered to paint a certain number of doors which were peeling but this does not address an entire house of doors and trim which is sub par and which would cost me more to complete than for him���His painter ruined an entire home of paint. I would be better off without the work he has done. I didn't even request he fix the wall paint which can be seen through and even rubbed off by hand in areas which had wallpaper! His attitude was negative, nonchalant, and negligent even after he admitted it was the worst of all paint jobs. If you value your asset - your home - I do not recommend you use this company.
    - Melissa G.
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    Alex & Bros Painting & Renovations
    Great experience! This is my second experience with Alex and his crew. They did a great job, cleaned up when they finished each day, came when promised. I would certainly use them again! Good work at a fair price.
    - Marcy P.
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    CertaPro Painters�� of Savannah
    It did not go well. Two painters arrived at 10:30 a.m.as promised but said they had to go get some paint (since they knew beforehand what paint would be needed I don't know why they didn't get it prior to their arrival). They said they would be back in hour but instead I waited all day until one painter came back around 4 p.m.. He stayed less than an hour and only worked on the small projects. He returned the next day, and finished everything (the ceiling and the odd jobs) by about 4:15 p.m. I wasn't satisfied with the job he did on the woodwork so he stayed awhile longer to try to address my concerns. I was charged an additional $190 for the odd jobs plus the painter hit me up for $26 for a quart of paint he purchased. I have no idea how the $190 figure was calculated and was not given a receipt or an explanation. Thus, the total cost for what was really just one day's work by one painter was over $1400. Moreover, the next day I noticed that a seam was still visible where he had taken a piece of the ceiling's drywall out to ensure there was no lingering mold or dampness. Certa Pro's response was that this is a common problem when a piece of the ceiling is removed and that there really wasn't anything they could do about it. I can't help but wonder if the ceiling would have come out better if the painter taken the two days I was told would be needed to do the job.
    - Ruth T.
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    RNR Home Improvements LLC
    We had never undertaken a renovation project like this, so the most important thing to us, other than finding someone who would do excellent work, was finding a contractor we could trust. From my first phone call with Rickey Greer (who personally answered every call and almost never missed a single call or text), I knew we were dealing with a pro who would be completely straight with us about all aspects of the project. To be honest, I probably wasn't the easiest customer RNR ever worked with! I'm a bit of a control freak and wanted to be able to handle all of the purchasing of materials, from cabinets and flooring to tile and fixtures -- everything. Seeing that we were trying to do a major renovation on a tight budget, Rickey was willing to give up the mark-up that contractors typically expect on materials so that we could afford to do the project at all. But as far as the quality of the work, there was no cutting corners! Rickey, his partner Will Hudson, and their entire team are the biggest group of perfectionists I've ever met. That meant they were always willing to work with me to be sure every aspect of the renovation was exactly what I wanted. The quality of the craftsmanship was simply exceptional, from carpentry and painting to plumbing and electrical. No matter who was in my house, I was confident in the skills, expertise and professionalism they brought to the job -- and it shows. The house looks absolutely amazing (see before and after photos attached). You don't spend two months working with a team of people without getting to know them beyond the typical, day-to-day small talk. A reno project like ours meant daily contact with the guys from RNR, often followed up with chatty phone calls with Rickey in the evening to plan for the next day or week. We had the pleasure to discover that Rickey and Will -- as well as Rickey's dad, electrician Rick Greer, are some of the best people we've met in Savannah. These guys have big personalities and sarcastic senses of humor that keep you entertained, and their attitude is, once you're a customer, you're part of their extended family. They went above and beyond to make sure we were completely satisfied with our renovated home, but more than that, to bring fresh peaches, give us advice about finding our way around town, and generally offer friendship and support. (The other day, I found myself at a traffic light next to Marvin, our master carpenter. We chatted till the light turned green. I miss those guys!) It's not like we didn't have issues or hit snags along the way. This was a huge project, there were delays (my fault, mostly, because of the time it took to get the cabinets I bought online), and as my husband likes to tell people, "I gave her an unlimited renovation budget and she managed to surpass it." But our budget overage was essentially a product of our inexperience and the desire to make upgrades along the way. As for RNR, they gave us a price, we signed a contract, and that's exactly what we paid, to the penny. Funny enough, the best illustration I can give of RNR's extraordinary customer service isn't our renovation, but Rickey's response to Hurricane Matthew. As a Facebook friend of Rickey's, I was able to join in on his Facebook live-tour of the city on Oct. 8 as he drove from home to home, checking to be sure his customer's residences made it through okay. His reassurances to customers/friends who had evacuated revealed a heart of gold and a willingness to extend himself for others. Be warned: The guys from RNR are a couple of good ole boys and Rickey's got a colorful vocabulary. But they're two of the hardest working people you'll ever meet and they'll give you everything they've got. Looking forward to working with them again!
    - Marybeth H.
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    Pro Renovations Ltd Co
    One word: FANTASTIC. We just moved into an old house in Ardsley Park and needed to do some work to bring it up to this century. We found Pro Renovations here on Angie's List, and I am so glad we did. It was a pleasure right from the start-- setting up the estimate appointment was a breeze-- Sophie is a joy and always responsive throughout our project. When they came to do the estimate, we were impressed by Simon's knowledge and professionalism. We know this wasn't a BIG job, just a lot of random things, and he put us right at ease that it was not an issue. The bid came back quite reasonable, so let's go! Prior to starting the project, we had a quick conference call to discuss the details. Simon asked that we do this so that the handoff to the crew would be seamless. As a project manager myself, I LOVED this... no contractor I've ever worked with had ever even suggested it. The entire crew-- esp. Matthew and Tony, are amazing and just a pleasure. They were always on time, professional, respectful, responsive, super hardworking, and went above and beyond. I had complete trust in them that they would take good care of my house. One challenge with our project is scheduling, because many of the doors and vents needed to be special ordered and they were delivered at different times over the span of 2-3 months. Along with my busy travel schedule, it was an arduous task just to figure out when they can come to do the work. But Simon and crew took care of us, and squeezed us in whenever they could, and always made me feel like my project was as important as any others. I have hired many contractors before, and this is by far the best experience that I've had. They genuinely care about their customers, and that is rare in this business. And of course, the quality of their work is impeccable. My husband and I have already started pulling a new list together for Simon and will for sure be hiring them again soon!
    - Bradford P.
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    Alchemy Restorations
    Alchemy Construction received $30,000 advance upon acceptance of their proposal of $89,000.00 (excluding independent flooring contract). their pitch man, Michael Gonzalez, cashed the deposit check then proceeded to sit on ANY substantial work for 3 months. unfortunately, I was out of town during the scheduled construction work and neglect set in from the start. after repeatedly pressing on at the very least purchasing the dormer windows and making progress on completing the drywall in the stairway, Alchemy purchased dormer windows that did not match the pattern of the ones being replaced. when calling to inquire, they had no clue if they even had screens. they had the drywall delivered, which was to sit unused for the next eight months. Alchemy then billed for the amount of the purchased items and ADDED a surcharge of 15% on materials, a surcharge that was not in the contract (there WAS a 15% surcharge on CHANGE ORDERS). when I complained about the TOTAL lack of progress five months on (only the materials that were ordered were on the property, no workers), Gonzalez complained about my using CAPITAL LETTERS when I detailed the progress I expected to see moving forward. seems he cannot handle any legitimate criticism regarding a project proposal, and this prickly nature, once revealed, never left. I returned to Savannah to review work that Alchemy failed to perform work on in a reasonable time frame. seven months in, hoping to salvage our 1/3 upfront deposit, we allowed the dormers to be repaired and the double sash windows to be installed. again, I was not in town to see that the work started or to supervise, believing Gonzalez. assurance that it would be done to my satisfaction. I returned and found the result was a completely unacceptable. the dormer and eave flashing had been removed and not replaced. many of the shingles were not reset. rain poured through the poorly compromised sections of the dormers and missing flashing. the front side double sash windows were not attached to the existing pulley system. the top window sashes were NAILED IN PLACE and the existing cables cut. the windows were misaligned and improperly set within the improper framing that was built. the window ledges were in a cheap white pine, not stain grade red oak, etc... when told that the windows did not open and shut (at the time we only thought they had been painted shut, not nailed shut), Gonzalez refused to even come out to inspect the work, simply telling us to call his attorney (without supplying a name). that turned out working relationship to a litigious one. we hired a new contractor, Tim Donahue with Empire Construction, and within weeks of receiving a $30,000 deposit (same given to Alchemy), ALL interior framing in the building was completed. although we wasted time and money with Alchemy and would not recommend that anyone hire them without quality checks and safeguards (if at all), we are finding our faith in construction companies redeemed by Empire Construction.
    - emerson M.
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    Alchemy Restorations
    After paying $30,000 deposit in September 2015, and despite repeated requests for a work schedule, no work was begun in the initial six [6] months from date of up front payment. Windows were ordered and delivered in November 2015 along with drywall materials to finish enclosing stairwell in November 2015. These materials sat for months with no effort to begin work. One excuse after another was given, but no progress. After asking for itemized bill for materials purchased I was given an inflated estimate that included an unjustified 15% surcharge. After asking to be refunded our deposit a flurry of activity in February 2016 resulted in a billing of $42,009 in order to justify keeping the entire deposit. The work involved installing the windows and rebuilding five [5] dormers as well as seven [7] 2nd floor windows. The workmanship was appallingly poor. The existing dormer flashing was compromised. The drip rails along the former eaves were removed along four [4] of the dormers and not replaced, with the 80% of the drop rail along fifth dormer removed and not replaced. The result was significant water leakage after the first rain. The seven windows were improperly installed on the second floor. The top and bottom sashes were not aligned and operable and the weights were not reattached. Indeed, the top sashes were NAILED SHUT! The window sill specs called for red oak stair tread, but a cheap pine tread was substituted and warped and cracked within weeks. The entire window assembly had to subsequently be uninstalled and reinstalled by new hires. Alchemy refused to address these and other concerns and after receiving the total of $42,000+ abruptly quit the project. Much more of the substandard nature of the little work that was done has come to light since Alchemy dropped out an examination of their billing showed a 14% surcharge was added to ALL materials purchased, despite the $30,000 advance and the contract stipulating that ONLY CHANGE ORDERS were subject to this surcharge. new hires are correcting the poor workmanship. Alchemy refused to make any corrections and referred is to their lawyer.
    - emerson M.
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