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    MSA Contracting
    These guys are awesome!! They are excellent craftsmen and I love everything they have done. Not only that but they are very trustworthy and honest. Fun to be around and go out of their way to be helpful! I highly recommend them and will be hiring them do more work in the near future. I will be posting pictures soon.
    - Jill M.
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    BAILEY FLOOR COMPANY, LLC
    i took the carpet up and disposed of it before they came in to work, less expensive this way...they also put the quarter round down for me...love their work, estimates lower than others i had called as well...
    - nancy p.
  • A
    Quality Decks LLC
     they went as far as to sand, stain and seal all the wood work. it even came with a 5 year warranty on all work. the workmanship was superb although the job took a little longer than i think it should have, but it was worth every minute. nice job!!!
    - adam d.
  • A
    Sandstar, Llc
    Learned of this business from a friend of my sisters so gave Tyler a call for an estimate.  He came when he said he would and went into great detail of exactly what he would do.  Received another estimate but Tyler beat it by a mile so we scheduled the work to be done.  We also looked at pictures on his SandStar LLC Facebook page. Tyler began the work exactly when he said he would and stayed with it until the job was done.  I was afraid there would be a mess from the sanding but it was all contained, if there were any he cleaned it all up.  The floors look beautiful and we are extremely happy with Tyler's work.
    - Philip H.
  • A
    BAILEY FLOOR COMPANY, LLC
    They did outstanding work and were pleasant to work with. They showed up on time and were neat. The price was excellent and so, was the quality. They were really professional.
    - Jerri L.
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    BAILEY FLOOR COMPANY, LLC
    The work took 4 times longer than was originally told in the estimate. Very inconvenient when you live in a 2 story home. Some days we would take days off work to be home and they would show up and work 1 hour and leave to go to another job. Finished product was nice in places and sloppy in others. Workers wasn't very receiving to what we wanted them to do. Watch them very closely, don't let them out of your sight.
    - Randy H.
  • D
    Reed Construction
    Installed stairs with little apparent knowledge of finishing touches, imagination, or simple thought  required for professional job and little knowledge of proper use of poly polyurethane techniques. Despite promising to do so failed to varnish prior to installation on these steps that we needed to walk from floor to floor. Misread or misunderstood that product could be walked on after an hour. Stated one coat would be sufficient when common knowledge is that results in rough uneven look. I finished process myself with proper coating and light sanding after departure to assure it would be done properly. Did not know how to finish top cap. I did this myself. Reed was going to finish front edge of side fascia with stain over cut wood which would have caused horrible finish look. Used finish strip only after I told him what to use. Left us with several nails poking thru side fascia which I had to correct.  Failed to use tarps in doorways to prevent saw dust from getting all over house. We had to do this ourselves when we saw they were using saws and allowing dust to fly all over. Did same thing cutting in our garage which caused us to have to clear out and clean entire garage. Cut bottom step too thick and door would not close. Had to have them return to fix this after they were leaving the site. I had to countersink several nail heads they left exposed on stair treads. They posted this as finish work on their facebook page, but you can not see the quality of the poly work or the other poor quality. Note the top cap that is not in those photos and the finish strips on the side that only happened at my instruction. They also were going to leave the top of the side fascia uncut so it faced up at a point until I instructed otherwise. They also did not install the finish piece at the top over the drywall. I did that after they left it blank and before they took the photos. I still also need to correct the fact that they did not back cut the side toe strip into a last 45degree angle so it looked finish atop the side fascia.  Foolish though it was after they did this I allowed them to do other work at a rental site because it was simple work that any unskilled laborer could have done, and I was in a serious time crunch, that resulted in us having to sue them. That is to be covered in a separate complaint as my time allows. An unfortunate way to learn that once you have a problem with a 'contractor", you should run fast. Though this Reed Construction site shows Chris Reed as the person in charge, from my experience it was Brian "Pat" Reed who handled the details and appeared to be in charge. The phone listed is always answered by him as well. Reed Construction may also have now changed their name to Vision Construction based on what I saw at a job site and a sign change on a work truck. I do not know if they are still working together or if they are now two separate businesses.
    - terry m.
  • F
    BAILEY FLOOR COMPANY, LLC
    Hardwood floors and walls were done well - we were happy with them. The kitchen remodel was a nightmare. We paid $5000.. before job was started. Some of the custom cabinets didn't fit and they asked us to split the cost of having them redone! They kept asking for more money every few days - we had to get our own countertop even though the contract said they would supply the quartz countertop. They did allow us $2900 for it, but it cost $3300. The job was contracted in April of this year and on September 27, the owner's daughter came to our house and asked for money even though the job wasn't completed. We agreed on a price for what they did and we paid them. The worse part was that these people even damaged our newly refinished floors! They said they would repair them, but didn't. By the way they only work a couple hours a day, but not every day. They don't work on Saturday or Sunday either. We wish we had never hired these people!
    - Dawn A.
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    Reed Construction
    Reed has apparently changed the business name to "Vision Construction". You can make your own judgment as to why the name change would occur after a suit would show up under the Reed Construction name. I will be more than happy to give all of the specific details to anyone who wants them  more thoroughly. My # is in the book. Pat Reed is now a school bus driver for what it's worth, at least I believe he still is.
    - terry m.
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