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Drywall reviews in Briarwood

  • A
    NYC Home Improvement Construction Corporation
    I knew very soon after Miguel stepped into my house that he was the truth. He assessed my ceiling damage and knew exactly what needed to be done to fix it. He applied stain blocker, mold remover and primer to repair damage and then did a bang up job on painting my ceiling. He showed up on time, as many times as needed to complete the job. I would highly recommend him for any work needed in your house.
    - Raven C.
  • D
    DM Contracting & Restoration Inc

    My apartment building was built in 1952 and I have lived there since 1980. I contracted DM Contracting for a complete gut/reno.

    I hired them in March, 2015 to begin work at the end of August, 2015. The agreed upon price was $62,500.�� The job was to take 8 weeks from start to finish.�� We had to move out, store our furniture and sublease another apartment.�� The job ran over and, we had to sublease for an additional week. After that week we had no choice but to move into an unfinished apartment ? WITH NO TOILET and A NON WORKING KITCHEN. The work was not complete until the beginning of December.

    We met with Danny, the contractor, a few times before signing the contract.�� He had wonderful reviews on Angie?s list.�� He was very likeable.�� We went to see a house he was working on and the work looked great.�� I spoke to Marie (his wife and business partner) on a few occasions before and during the work. ��She was very helpful and reassuring that everything would be fine.��

    When things starting going wrong, we found them difficult to work with.�� In fact, they were blaming us. And SO many things went wrong!

    The demo was done fairly quickly but the rebuild took a very long time.�� ��The job was not done correctly or completely. We are dissatisfied with the work. I?ve attached many pictures to document my review.

    We checked on the apartment twice a week to see the progress.���� Our apartment is in on the first floor. We asked that the windows always be locked and covered. Our windows were left open on more than one occasion.�� Once when it was raining they used the sheet rock to block the window instead of closing it.

    The workers allowed neighbors into my home when I specifically said not to let anyone in. ��Neighbors I didn?t even know have mentioned they were in my apartment to look at the work.

    Danny was hard to reach so I would communicate via email with Marie.�� We didn?t see Danny at our apartment more than few times.�� I am surprised so many people on Angie?s List said that he was always there.�� That was not the case with us.��


    I could not order my kitchen cabinets until the walls were completed.�� That was not done until October 6th. ����This should have been the first order of business.�� ��Danny was aware the cabinets were going to be on back order and we needed lead time.�� Marie insisted that the cabinets could have been measured by adding 5/8? measure to the blue print to account for the sheet rock instead of having actual walls.�� The cabinet company refused to work that way and insisted on having walls up.�� So did I. The kitchen lighting was not what I ordered and had to be re-done.�� The workers did not know how to follow a blueprint, they called it a ?map.? Had I not been there one day, my walls would not have been put up correctly and I would have left with a 22? doorway into the kitchen.

    When the kitchen cabinets were delivered, the workers started to install some of them upside down.�� I had to point out their mistake and have them re-do the work.��

    They did not install the refrigerator casing and had to remove the cabinets on that side of the kitchen, install the casing and reinstall the cabinets.��

    When the cabinets were finally installed we still had to wait for the countertops to be measured and installed so I didn?t have a working kitchen for approximately 3 weeks after we moved home.


    The tiles were cut unevenly, the wall at the end of the bathtub bows, and the grout work is terrible.�� It is uneven and all the grout around the tub is cracking. It should have been caulked, not grouted.����

    We had asked that a ring be installed around the bottom of the heating pipe as it expands and contracts and we knew the grout would crack. We were assured this wouldn?t happen and no ring was installed. The grout is cracked.

    The workers waited for our move in date to install the toilet.�� It didn?t fit.�� We purchased a toilet with a 12 inch rough in as Danny advised. He back peddled and said he told us to purchase a toilet with a 10 inch rough in. (I have it in writing.)�� They offered to put in a temporary toilet as a solution which I declined because I thought they would bring a new one the next day. It took three days for the plumber to come back! ��When they did install the new toilet, it did not fit. It was cemented to the floor and then the workers realized that the bathroom door wouldn?t close. The suggestion was to get the door to open out instead of in. We refused and had a smaller toilet installed. ��The contractor should have advised me the toilet I chose would not fit in my bathroom.�� Had the work been done in a timelier manner we would not have had these problems.

    The marble floor in the bathroom is scratched.�� I asked to have it be buffed out. They refused stating that we could have scratched it or it came out of the box like that. If the tiles were scratched, they should not have been installed. We did not scratch the tiles - we were not living there.

    The decorative tile boarder is terrible. I told them I would choose the pieces to be installed. The workers disregarded my wishes and used pieces they chose.�� It looks awful.�� ��The medicine cabinet was placed too low.���� It is in the middle of the decorative tile, instead of above it.�� The mirror cracked when I opened it as it was too close to a tile.�� I bought another medicine cabinet that still needs to be installed.��


    • The clothes closet was not built correctly.�� We found out from another contractor we had to hire (to fix many things) that there is a rule for how these closets are made. The new contractor drew a diagram for us to follow and did the work ourselves.

    • After the window casings were installed the wood was primed, sanded and painted.�� I asked if they were going to re-sand and paint because the window sills were very rough.�� This request was ignored. I sanded and repainted all the window sills

    • The door moldings to the bedroom did not meet the floor. Instead of correcting the job, the workers used caulk to fill in the space.�� You do not use caulking on molding!�� It looks terrible!

    • The last thing installed was the saddle from the kitchen to the dining room.�� While installing it, pieces of the floor were chipped.�� I pointed this out to Danny on his walk through and he said that all I had to do was go to Home Depot and buy some filler.�� Really!!�� Why should it be my responsibility to fix a floor with filler when his worker ruined it!

    When the contractor did his final walk through and picked up his check, he did not address any of the issues that still needed to be resolved or the shoddy work.�� He didn?t acknowledge or offer to have anyone come back and fix the bathroom issues.�� He did the job, he got paid, and that was it.

    We left a check for him every week with one exception.���� I mailed it to the company and was then chastised by Marie for doing so.�� Even though the work was unsatisfactory we paid them in full.��


    The bathroom is so unsatisfactory, it is being gutted and redone.

    We had to fix a lot of the work ourselves.�� We are not happy with the subpar, sloppy work.

    After the experience I had and seeing what a poor tile job was done in the bathroom, I hired another contractor to install the back splash in the kitchen.�� ��The cost was $1200.�� Danny did deduct $500 from my final bill when I told him I wasn?t going to have his workers install the back splash.�� ��This does not cover my costs for installation.

    This was my dream renovation and it turned into a contracting nightmare.�� It was expensive job.�� I expected work to be done correctly and to my satisfaction.�� As a very dissatisfied customer, I cannot recommend Danny, Marie and DM Contracting and Restoration. Some of his workers have no idea what they are doing.��

    Responding to Marie's rebuttal:��

    Marie, your rebuttal is unprofessional, factually incorrect and emotionally laden.�� There is no reason to bring either one of our families into this dialogue. I stand by my review. I think your emotional, finger pointing rebuttal in addition to the pictures showing the actual work done speaks volumes.

    - Joan D.
  • A
    Mr. Handyman of NE Queens
    The repairman was very punctual, very clean while performing his work. He was very nice also, easy to speak to. He was very professional, did his work in a very timely  fashion.  I thought  the work would take 2-3 hours &  it was finished in 1 hr..I highly recommend this handyman. I live in a co-op &  my bathroom really needed this work done.  I don't think  my bathroom has looked this good since  we renovated it  20yrs ago. Price  included materials purchased for the project.
    - Isadora U.
  • A
    US Home Remodeling Corp
    This company has simply been as professional and courteous as could be. Work has been performed cleanly, well, and quickly, and where issues arose they were discussed promptly, options were made available, and additional costs were reasonable and well-explained. I would urge anyone bidding out a home remodeling to contact this company you will not be disappointed.
    - Sam F.
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    - Anna S.
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    Farley Painting & Carpentry
    They always do excellent work, are very professional, courteous, neat, and I can't recommend them highly enough.
    - Isadora U.
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