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  • A
    Matthew Squires
    Matt did painting and construction work for both my brother and mother and did an OUTSTANDING job. He's there as early as you'll have him, gives an itemized estimate, and his work is excellent. At Mom's he painted the entire downstairs and kitchen, and took the cupboard doors home with him and spray painted them in his garage. And he put in a new bathroom floor. Couldn't say enough about his work OR his professionalism.
    - Shawn C.
  • F
    R & W Painting And Remodeling
    First I want to say I had been a QA/QC manager for 3 years at a major company who rebuilt trains & warned all the contractors at time of bid/estimate if you can't handle that DO NOT BID! I am willing to pay more for a quality job. We supplied @$500 in material our selves. The first day Roger Pike & his father Wendell Pike showed up 3 days late, they were using a saw-saw instead of circular saw to cut 2x4's, 2x6's, etc. When I questioned this Wendell & Roger said some bull about the only circular saw being on a different job crew. I said they 'only cost @ $40.00!. They said only having one keeps it (the saw) from getting stolen. I knew then we were in trouble. Many broken promises & not finishing a job. The mickey mouse duo were not even qualified to be amateurs in home improvements. They cut corners every place they could. I actually fell thru the brand new front porch steps they built less than 2 weeks old. I was told 'Not to jump up & down on steps'. Your kidding. I was hurt pretty bad. The 2-3 week total time for completion became 8 weeks before I said no more. A BRAND NEW $200.00 window installed in pump house has paint on it's sides from being ripped out from another location!  Rear porch roof was hacked at new roof we had put on the house @3-4 years ago & left open to let the rain come in & damage ceiling in house. Wendell screamed 'No way' it is his fault, 'You are making things up!' Repeatedly did not show up as promised, claimed car 'won't start' & yet the crews said different. Their crews were just as bad on knowing what they were doing. Both Roger & Wendell kept trying to get more money. When we gave in we never saw Roger again or talked to him on phone. They frequently blocked us so we couldn't ask why they didn't show up as promised. We verified this by calling on a different phone & he answered., shocked it was us. They also had no address on the contracts, they wanted cash only, I paid via check which they immediately went to my bank & cashed the checks. Assets seem well hidden. Other contractors asked to bid on finishing the porch roof refused unless they ripped out his out of square & extremely unsafe rafters & underlayment etc. They used dry wall screws to frame porch floor in areas! (They rust & would collapse). Wendell actually texted me & said: "If you know so much about contracting, why didn't you do it yourself?" None of the 3 jobs are complete at all. I have gone to the police it is that bad. See warning on web by someone else AFTER we hired them . Google: roger pike bad contractor or Wendell Pike  They seem to have a habit of excuses & not finishing any jobs.They also use different names:R7W Painting, R&W remodeling, R&W contracting, R&W Home Improvement, Roger's (this or that), or similiar names. They also needed to use our tools a lot, contract for 2x8 rafters & joists at 16 oc & install 2x6 on 24 oc with curved boards. I also have a yard of trash & full of construction debris I now will have to pay again for someone to remove. They also refuse to supply the name of their insurer that they showed me paperwork at bid to cover damage done to property. I have @400 pictures before, during, & after for proof of above and some text messages to/from them..
    If you have already been 'got', contact the NY state police or reports@badbusiness-alerts.com
    - James B.
  • F
    J J W Remodeling and Painting


    Joe Weiskopff is the owner and only employee of JJW Remodeling. He didn't have any work crew when he was given this job. He hired a laborer from a craigslist ad the day they started our project. He very rarely showed up before 10:30 or 11:00 on any given day and hardly ever put in an 8 hour day or worked 5 days a week. Our roof was torn off the beginning of October and tarped, months later the roof trusses and roof were put on but not shingled until the beginning of February 2014.We spent several nights refastening tarps, adding additional tarps, emptying buckets of water, laying plastic on the floors and pushing water off the tarps over a 3 month period while there were no shingles on the roof.  Our downstairs dining room sustained major water damage to the ceiling and walls due to the leaking tarps above it.  Joe got increasingly frustrated with us whenever we tried to talk to him about the amount of time the project was taking or why we didn't have workers here several days a week, week after week. He was unprofessional in the way he spoke to us, swearing at myself and insulting my wife. There were days we never heard from him at all and many others when he said he would be here at a certain time and then didn't show up at all.  We heard every excuse in the book as to why he had to have another day off or why he was later once again getting here. He inconvenienced us constantly on weekends coming into work for a few hours or sometimes for the day because he missed so many days during the week that he needed to "catch up". He had no respect for our home, he never covered our carpeted stairs that he tracked mud in on all winter long or hung plastic or drop cloths up at the top of the stairs to keep the debris from falling all over my desk, copier/printer, and antique dresser that sat in the alcove below the stairs.  He broke an antique Victorian Gone With The Wind hanging lamp that hung in that alcove by knocking over a large level that fell through the banister railings and down onto the top shade of the lamp. He never apologized for breaking the lamp or even acknowledged it for over a week.  When he was switching over the electric to the new breakers in the new box he shut our hot tub off and never told us. It froze solid and broke.  He made several holes in our downstairs bathroom ceiling when he was putting the floor in above it.  A week before Christmas he told us he was out of money. He asked for an additional $10,000 and said it would buy all the rest of the material to finish the job and pay for the labor. He also told us he didn't have enough money to pay the 2 workers for the week they just worked.  Exactly a moth later he once again asked for more money. At this time there was no insulation, drywall, paint, carpet, siding, doors, baseboard heaters, thermostats, windows, trim or baseboard molding bought for the project. When we asked what he used the $10,000 for he stated he had to catch up on his bills, he had an eviction notice because he was behind on his rent and all his utility bills so he had to take some of the money for his "profit" to pay his bills, The rest he said was spent on wages for another month of not getting much done, gas for his truck and some misc. materials.  We told him we would not give him any more money. He told us that he couldn't pay the workers again for the week they just worked (at 5:00 on a Holiday weekend so the banks were closed until Tuesday)and without material money and money for labor the work would stop. We told him we would buy the material and pay the workers but not another cent was going into his hands. He said he just needed us to take over paying for stuff with money that was left on the loan until he got his income tax money back in a few weeks. We told him we didn't have much of a choice since without us dishing out the money nothing was going to get finished.  We purchased the drywall, insulation, heaters, thermostats, more lumber and misc. supplies and paid the laborers for an additional 4 weeks. The code enforcer came to do an inspection and said the roof trusses and insulation were not acceptable. The roof trusses were supposed to be made with at least 2 x 6's and he made them with 2 x 4's and the insulation for the ceilings and peak was supposed to be R49 spec and wasn't even half the thickness it was supposed to be. Work halted for a week while we waited for the engineer we hired to due the initial drawings to come inspect and recommend a fix. If Joe had followed the drawings this wouldn't have been an issue.  Another week was spent removing the insulation and replacing it with the correct insulation and beefing up the roof trusses, and putting additional 2 x 10 beams in to support the center peak area. Once normal work resumed Joe once again came to me and asked that we pay the laborers for that week after I made it perfectly clear the weekend before that we were done paying anything more until the job was complete. We only had about $4,000 left from the loan and allot of work was still not done. He had gotten his income taxes back but said he only had enough money to buy the carpet and that we would have to spend the rest of the loan money buying the rest of the materials and paying the labor. We told him if we didn't hold some money back that he would never finish the job. He told us that the job would get finished and we would love it when it was done. He said he guaranteed his work and that it would be to our satisfaction.  I paid the laborers for that week and then called Joe 2 days later on February 28th after he didn't show up again for 2 days and told him once again that we were not putting anymore money into this project until it was finished. That was the last we heard from him. He has not shown up or called in over 2 weeks. It's obvious he's walked out on us and will not be finishing the addition because we won't give him anymore money and he doesn't have any to finish the project because it is 3 months overdue. Joe is a liar, a thief and an incompetent carpenter to say the least. This project has cost us dearly and it's not anywhere near done. We have to purchase carpet, paint, siding, fascia, doors, molding, window trim, more drywall, more insulation, mudding and painting supplies and additional lumber. We then have to find a way to finish the work ourselves because there's not enough money left to pay anyone to do it. The work that he did do was not done well. The rooms are not square, floors are not level, walls are not level, sliding glass door opening was made 2 feet to wide and a foot to short and the drywall that was put up looks like it was done by a 10 year old. There are huge gaps, broken corners, gouge marks everywhere and so many cuts and pieces pieced in different places like around the doors that allot of it has to be taken down and redone. I would not recommend this contractor to my worse enemy and I hope he doesn't get anymore work through Angie's List because this is where we found him with his A rating and hiring him was the worst mistake we ever made.
    - Ronald D.
  • A
    Du Will Locksmith Handyman
    It went very well. They were professional and did a satisfactory job.
    - Ron B.
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