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    Don's Painting
    perfectly . in our opinion don atwell is the best painter in the world ,He offered suggestions , and alternatives for our consideration.He even picked up special materials for our job at home depot we highly recommend him . we will use him again and again his prices are very fair and reasonable.
    - Dale E.
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    HOME DEPOT
    The installation crew was extremely professional, friendly and capable; however, the shop cut one of the countertops wrong and we had to wait nearly two weeks for the repair. The countertop had a flaw on the corner and broke during installation. The crew took it back to the shop for repairs, and then promptly returned to complete the installation. Over all quality of workmanship is great.
    - Michael S.
  • A
    BUDGET BLINDS
    Melanie, the consultant, was very professional and pleasant. She gave us all the details and told us that the installation was included in the price. Don was the person who did the installation. He had to do some drilling and did not clean the plaster that fell afterwards.
    Otherwise, did a very nice job of installation.
    Also, I really liked the idea that Melanie came to our home showing us several books with samples of choices of verticals we could order.  She kept us posted by calling us to let us know when she sent the order and when it arrived so an appointment could be made.  As it turned out, the pull chain for our verticals for our dining room, was on the wrong side.  Melanie apologized but said she did order the correct side, but was sent the wrong side.  We had to pay half of the total cost to order and Don did not ask for the final payment.  Said not until we receive what we ordered.  We love our verticals and our window shades.
    - Lorraine S.
  • A
    HOME DEPOT
    Everything I buy lumbar-wise and construction-wise is almost always Home Depot because I am a veteran and I get a ten percent discount there, so we buy a lot of stuff from them. We have spent at least $25000 there so far. They are real good in everything.
    - Joe B.
  • A
    Don's Painting
    1st day Don came by himself and painted 2 rooms completely.  2nd day he brought his helper Mr. Don and completed the job.  I was very happy with the work they have done.  They were very fun to work with and I would hire them again.  They had shown professionalism and the punctuality both days.  
    - Carrie B.
  • C
    Don's Painting
    Don was very professional at first!  Extremely pleasant to talk to and went out of way to get the job started as quickly as possible.  He quoted me a very low price between $600-650 and said he could have the job done in a day and a half.  I did question the low price and time frame and he said it was fine.  I agreed to pay the $650 and I also ended up buying the paint for the living room because I was picky about the color.  Since he was busy with another job he had is partner-also named Don do the work.  He was also pleasant.   On day three of the job I painted out to his partner touch up work that needed to  be done.  He said he would tell Don the owner that night.  When Don called me to be able to come pick up his ladders and get paid I asked about the touch up work.  THIS is were he gets very rude.  Asking why I didn't mention it to the other guy.  When I said I did then he said something about oh yeah he did say something but lets not go there.  When he came out to the house Monday morning he was very rushed to hurry up and do our touch up work.  At one point he rolled his eyes when I pointed out the squiggly paints lines of wall paint on the ceiling.  When I asked if I was being to picky he went into a speech about old houses etc not straight ceilings.  My house is only 12 years old.  When got up on the ladder to fix it he was able to and looked much better.  I paid him to get him on his way.  He left talking about how he under quoted the job and was just going to break even.  I'm sorry but that is not something you tell the customer and I had questioned the price!  He did not give my house the time and attention it deserved.  That is very disappointing given all the good reviews he has.  I still have a bunch of touch up work to do and in one spot in the living room where he touched up he used the hallway color.  Which I didn't catch until later when I realized the paint was not still wet.
    Very disappointed.
    - Andrea P.
  • A
    The Artisan Co
    My living and dining rooms turned out beautifully. The guys were prompt, courteous and professional. I've already recommended them to two of my friends and would not hesitate to hire them again should I need more painting done in the future.
    - Kimberly S.
  • A
    Strong S Proffesional Pai
    He does both interior and exterior painting. 
    The last time he came out he painted my living room. I have a peaked ceiling so it is very high and hard to get to. He did the living room and the adjoining foyer. He brings the paint, that is included in the price.
    He is fabulous! He is quick, he's on time, he's a perfectionist.
    - Cathy F.
  • A
    Genesee Cut Stone & Marble Co
    They did a wonderful job. We were very happy with them. When we had issues they solved them for us. They were proficient at what they were doing. They were very professional. The price they charged us was right on. They were here when they said they will come. I will use them in the future as well.
    - phyllis s.
  • F
    Valley Drywall
    We contacted Rick Hardin through a recommendation. Rick came to the house, measured, and said he would call us with a quote. Rick was very pleasant and down to earth. Rick called us several days later with an estimate. Since his recommendation and price were both good, we committed to hiring him, and made an appointment to meet at the job site. When we met, Norm Hardin (his father) was with him. At this time, Norm re-measured the entire house (?) and demanded that several items be prepped for them to start work: that the insulation be stapled to the inside of the studs (we had done the work ourselves), and a special ceiling be installed in the attic. We had a contract prepared for them to sign, and we had "Rick Hardin" as the contractor, and it stipulated that he was insured. Rick signed and we were ready to start. What was not revealed to us is that we actually hired Valley Drywall, and Norm is the owner. After we hired him, Rick started driving a Valley Drywall truck, pulling a Valley Drywall trailer, and using equipment stamped Valley Drywall. This is important because we had several problems with the job, and we now had to deal with Norm (nickname Corky), and he was rude, domineering and even threatening at times. Our contract specified that each board would be screwed down the center; when we noticed that this wasn't done, we called Rick. Norm called us back and said, "I don't do it like that, and if you don't like it, I'll quit." We knew that we wouldn't be able to find a contractor that would finish another contractor's job, and since our contract said he would guarantee the work, we reluctantly continued. Our contract said "paint ready," but they told us we needed to prep for paint. Our contract said green board in the bathrooms, but they installed regular drywall. Our contract said they would receive final payment after primer was on, but they called us and called us for payment (we promised within 30 days but they still kept calling.) Then we found wavy drywall in basement, almost all of the kitchen outlets covered up, and several light boxes covered up. They returned to correct some of the issues, and when we expressed our displeasure, Norm loudly berated us. He was so obnoxious that finally my husband blew up and said he wasn't going to pay for the job until it was complete. I took my husband aside and said that we weren't going to get satifaction from this rude contractor, and that I would see if they would take a lesser amount to walk away, and we would forget about the warranty. (I felt that they wouldn't return anyway without a fight so a warranty was worthless.) So after some negotiation, they accepted $1200 less, I wrote "final payment" on the check, they cashed the check, and we were done. We thought.... Guess who took us to court? We bumped it from small claims to circuit court and hired a lawyer. Norm came to court with an "Aw shucks, judge, I'm just a small businessman who is getting ripped off by the big bad homeowners!" First he tried to say that we hired Rick, not Valley Drywall. Then he changed his tune and said that we were the ones who were threatening him. When asked if he accepted and cashed the check knowing that it was a final payment, he said yes. And he admitted that he signed a lien release, but he insisted it was "just a formality for the bank." The judge verbally agreed that final payment should mean that they had accepted a full amount, but he really felt sorry for Norm (he actually told our lawyer this!), and awarded him the $1200. We paid $5000 in lawyers fees because we felt it was the "principle of the matter." After he was awarded payment, he sent us a card in the mail, "I told you so." Insult to injury! Save yourself a headache!
    - Theresa K.
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