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  • I sent the owner a photo and let him know what I needed done. I only needed an estimate because the house was already sold. He looked at the photo and immediately called back and gave me a price. I felt the price for the amount of work was very fair. He was very patient and professional. I may have an actual drywall repair job next year and he will be the first one I call to do the job.
    - Heidi C.
  • Great! After explaining that they no longer made this type of curtain rod, he spent a lot of time and was able to repair it. We were prepared to purchase 2 new matching rods, but he took the time to work on the rod and it works great now. We would definitely hire him again.
    - Sheyna W.
  • Lynn came 1st & got there early & pent all day helping us design our dream closet. She helped us with our budget then helped us get a good price. We paid over along time. Lynn left and Alyssa took over & made a few changes as we decided we didn't want to spend a lot of money & have a cheap looking closet. Se we paid a little more and then Greg put in our closet. He was early, super nice & helpful. He even cleaned up his mess & no one who has worked on our house has ever cleaned up after themselves. There were a few damaged pieces that he was given & he said he would get us new non-damaged pieces & would install them when they came in!
    - Stephanie S.
  • Mr. Jones and his team were excellent. Not every painter can do plaster repair well, and the job they did was seamless and invisible. All necessary cosmetic repairs were completed, inlcluding fine details like cauking. They arrived to start daily at 0700, punctually and moved efficiently through the complex job. The finished painting looks stunning. I highly recommend this painter/painting company.
    - jennifer l.
  • Not well. The paint job still has not been completed. We had to pay 50% up front, but the work completed is not worth it and incomplete. They walked out in the middle of their work, and tried to dodge questioning. They have a huge habit of saying one thing and doing another. When you call them out on this, they throw a fit. Verbal is one thing, something written in the contract is another. In addition, the entire project was supposed to take from June 30th to July 18th, as per their own contract. they didn't even complete all the painting until July 19th (the last day they decided to come) Chris only repaired the walls and ceiling after we pointed things out. But of course they paint the entire wall, then after we ask why something was not skim coated, they go over it and repaint... wasting so much paint in the process. When creating edges, all the white edges from the ceiling overlap on to the walls. the color should end at the corner, not 1/16 or 1/8 of an inch below the ceiling. In addition the job was never completed entirely, there are imperfections all over the place. Brenda even stated that she couldn't reach certain places and would come back to finish the job, and of course never did. There are even places where the ceiling paint is uneven, so there are different shades of white all over the place. Some of the paint continued to bubble, and they would continually complain about the humidity and say they would bring their fans and equipment, and yet never did. they continued to use our air conditioner and dehumidifier throughout the entire job. The paint was bubbling not because of humidity since the rooms that would have more had no issues. The problem was that rather than priming the walls as they were supposed to, they just painted right on top of the patchwork and old layers of paint, which shows everywhere. There are texture and finish differences all over the place because they never primed, which is common practice when doing any paint job. Also to clarify, they were not using primer and paint in one, I checked. They were also supposed to repaint the wooden railing for the stairway, which they left in the middle and then left in the yard in the rain, so is now ruined. In the middle they began working on the garage, eve though that was supposed to begin after everything inside was already complete, but we let it pass. In the contract it states they would lightly sand the panels and then paint. When we saw them working they were just taking a small scraper tool and taking off bits of chipping paint. In no way shape or form is using a scraper on certain spots considered sanding. We were only asking them to use sanding blocks to do the job, not get palm sanders (even though Chris verbally stated that before contract signing). We went out to ask why they weren't sanding and already began painting. Chris began to argue that the scraping is sanding, because he realized that he signed on for too much work. The discussion did get heated because he wasn't doing the job he contracted himself. He got so angry he started throwing stuff around and told his crew to clear out the house and not finish the job. To calm the situation down I told them to just leave the garage where it was and not do it. Brenda supposedly went out there and spoke to Chris saying "These people are good people and deserve to get their home done. We can't leave it such a mess." After this they came back in and started working again. When the paint job was finished they were supposed to begin the floor refinishing. Of course they never came back to do this. Up front they stated they had to rent sanding equipment to do the job, and was incorporated in the cost of doing the work. About 10 days in we get a call saying their sander was broken and in for repair. How they went from renting to owning, I have no idea. They they stated they would not be able to do the floors until it was fixed. We told them it had to be done, so start as soon as it was fixed. They expected it to be repaired by Tuesday the 19th. Wednesday nobody shows up or calls. I call Brenda and she screens the call. I text her and she says that it's still broken, and that they would have to cancel the project, backing out of their own contract. I told them they could rent the equipment, but the job needed to be done. Her response then changed to, we don't want to work in your home because "you yelled at Chris". This was in regards to when they began working on the garage before even finishing the work inside our home. It went from "our sander is broken" to "you yelled at us and did not apologize". While they were working in our home she never brought it up. She never brought it up when we fed her in our home. She never brought it up when we sent food home with her, so she didn't have to cook that evening. She didn't bring it up when she cried and stated how embarrassed she was by her husband Chris acting that way. Looking back we realize that they probably never planned on doing the floors in the first place. They took so long "painting". They try to start the garage too early. The sander was "broken" and they couldn't rent one. They knew we were in a tight spot and we wanted to get it all done through one group, so they tacked it on just so they could overcharge for a crappy painting job... At least if they were planning on not doing the floors, they could have tried to not ruin them in the process. Covering he floors in plastic would have saved us the trouble from having to now delay moving our stuff back in. The floors are scraped up more than before, and covered in paint and plaster. At least before our floors were presentable, and we could allow people upstairs, but now we are stuck having to find somebody else last second to fix their mess! We have called 7 new contractors, and they have come by to review what needs to be finished. Not only have they called the work done by Trinity Professional Services horribly sloppy, but that it's going to cost quite a bit more to fix everything. Every contractor has said that the hardwood floors should have been refinished first, because when saturating the edges the trim and walls will get stain all over them, and in the stair case the siding and the face boards would get ruined by the stain as well. This has now solidified that Brenda and Chris planned from the very beginning to never do the floors. We had no idea since we've never had a project like this done. The original invoice from Trinity asked for $962.50 to do the floors. Now every contractor I call is asking for $2079, $2061, $2182, $2015. They have to sand through all the paint and plaster that overs the floors. Then we have to now pay even more to get a lot of the paint redone because the stain has gotten everywhere on the edges, and to complete the work that was not finished and was done sloppily in the first place. Paying $1576 for shoddy paint work is not worth it at all, and now who knows how much more it will be to fix everything!
    - Alvin M.

  • We worked with Harry Merin, who came out measured all windows and gave best suggestion for the price and type of blinds we needed.

    We were just trying to update our house to get it sold. He then ordered the blinds and returned two weeks later once they came in.

    Overall, we were able to get our "asking price" within 48 hours from several buyers.

    We know that it was a direct result (along with some  other enhancements) of the blinds that Harry suggested that we get.





    - Robert D.
  • Gary was simply superb! No other way to put it.
    As first a first time home buyer I knew I needed some work done and I also knew the domino effect that comes from having a wall removed.  From the first estimate until the time he left the completed job, Gary was honest, patient, informative, and ALWAYS solution oriented.  At no point did I get the feeling that Gary was delivering me gloom and doom post apocalypse type news that many contractors specialize in.  When something needed attention, he pointed it out, had a solution in mind, explained that solution clearly, and was incredibly fair with his price.
    Once the wall was removed and main flooring was replaced, the house looked completely different!  As a result of Gary's hard work, care, and attention to detail, the main floor of the house now feels like home.  As a first time homeowner, I can't ask for anything more.  
    Once I come out of the shock of "buying a house for the first time financial swoon", I fully intend to bring Gary back to continue with improvements around the house. 
    If you need any kind of work done around this house, Gary should be the first call you make.  You won't be disappointed! 


    - Jason H.
  • This was an A+ process from start to finish. Shane was great and very detailed when he came out to give estimate.  Tim, his project manager, followed up the day before the project was to begin to let us when the crew were to arrive and their names. Doug and Connie showed up as scheduled the next day.  They completed all work very carefully and professionally.  Tim then came by at the end of the project to inspect the job.  I have no complaints and would not hesitate to contact again for next paint project.
    - Robert D.
  • It was kind of interesting. The work he did was good but he wanted too much to complete the job. I don't think he did as much as he should have in the time given. The work was really good but the value was not so much. They came out a week after I ordered it. I needed it done right away. There were no additional fees. What they wanted per hour to continue and finish the job was a lot more than I was willing to pay. I was selling the house so I did not care that it got done that well. It just needed to be mostly closed up. If it were for my own house, I would consider it again but I have to price it out better. The job he did was actually quite good. It was a great price. The quality of the work was very good.
    - Aviva P.
  • He was very patient with me in answering all questions I had before I made the final decision to use his company. I was very pleased on the outcome of the job.I spent a bit of time getting estimates and comparing many other estimates.Even though some estimates were lower,I choose to go with John even though it was a little higher. I felt pleased with how he communicated with his clients.
    - linda w.
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