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General Contracting reviews in South Salem

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    George Apap Painting
    We had scheduling issues along the way, where he would not have anyone scheduled to come and workers would just show up, or he would schedule work to be done and the workers would come on another day. 

    The original Bilco doors delivered to my house were also incorrect, and the correct doors were installed weeks later. 

    Furthermore, the brick stone floor under the pergola was splattered with white paint stains. On the back deck step, there is also a brown paint stain, and I was told by the mason that this cannot be fixed.

    Their billing was also haywire. I tried several times speaking to the representatives from Apap, but I had to correct several billings along the way. 

    They put in a new window rather than repairing the old window. This work was incorrectly noted on the Capital Improvements form and has since never been corrected, which can cause issues for me down the road if I want to sell the house. According the Kate in the office, the extra money I paid in August, so everything that was stained or painted brown, was what I was to be charged in mid-August, leaving only the white paint parts left. The only thing that is really a Capital Improvement is the side deck as it was an entirely new portion of the deck. The painting and staining of the front porch and back deck should not have been included in the Capital Improvements form, and Kate said billing would remove it, but this has not been completed.

    The carpenters blew out the circuits in my house when doing the deck work. Apap said I would have to pay to have an electrician to come out to fix the issue even though his workers were the ones who caused the issue. When the electrician came, after he checked everything out, he said Apap was paying for it. This is just another example of the miscommunication and unnecessary aggravation.

    All areas that were to be painted white, including the deck railings surrounding the house, the fence around the generator and air conditioning unit, the arbors, and the trellis/pergola were not finished or were done poorly. Most of it was not done at all, it was just dirty and not-treated. The bottom part of the garage foundation is the only part that looks like it was done correctly. The white paint on all other parts were blobs of paint surrounded by dirt, mold, or not even touched. I will have exposed wood during this upcoming winter, and I will need have to have all of this work re-done in the spring of 2016. 

    Fundamentally, the problem is that nothing was cleaned before it was painted, or it wasn't painted at all, leaving exposed wood. We had previously discussed that I wanted the house to look clean and fresh, and after the painting was done poorly, George Apap advised that they don't clean as part of their normal prep.

    In addition to the work being incomplete and poorly done, they are now saying I owe them $2600. Not only do I not owe Apap any money, but I believe they owe me money as the mistakes George Apap made first need to be corrected, and then re-done, next year.

    Update 2/5/2016: Apap has since contacted me indicating that they "will write off the claimed balance if you remove all negative posts on social media (Angie's list etc) and agree not to make any further posts."  I wouldn't agree, and they are now following through with a subpoena to appear in court.
    - Susan L.
  • A
    Top Hammer Construction Corp
    Mike Miller, owner of Top Hammer came immediately when the freak October 2011 snowstorm caused extensive damage to my roof and grounds. I had a 4' X 4' skylight smashed in,  leaving the living room open to the sky. Part of the roof and gutters were damaged
    by the same tree falling, and patio fencing in the same area was destroyed. Roofing shingles and gutter had to be replaced. Fencing in the front of the house, on part of the decks and fencing leading up to my dog run had to be replaced. Some of the decking also had to be repaired.
    Mike met with the insurance claims adjuster and got everything settled quickly.
    He was always prompt and committed to the job. He used quality materials and did excellent work.
    - Barbara Sondra L.
  • A
    HPM Craftsmen

       When I decided to do this project I searched for local painters. I had six companies each come  to my house and discuss the job. Of the six I eliminated three. After discussion with the other three painting companies I decided to hire George ApAp. One because he had very good comments on Angie's list. Two he was very thorough discussing the house  needs.Three the price was in my budget range and he worked with me to get the most done within my budget. His foremans were both very competent and friendly.
    The only disappointment was the power washing process.The worker  missed an entire section of the house and  the outside of the windows were not covered. The windows were all streaked from the water spray. The painters washed the outside of my windows at the end of the project.

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    - stephanie m.
  • A
    Top Hammer Construction Corp
    Top Hammer Construction is first rate! When the October 29th snow storm caused a huge branch to destroy a skylight, leaving a 4.6x4.6 foot hole in my roof, Mike Miller, owner of Top Hammer, came immediately and closed the opening with a sheet of plywood. He very quickly submitted an estimate for that repair which I submitted to my insurance agent. He was here when the insurance adjuster came to view other extensive damage to fences and decking and gutter, and conferred with him as to what had to be done. When my insurance company paid me for the damage, Mike came and did the repair work in a prompt and meticulous fashion. I would recommend Top Hammer without reservation.
    Barbara Levine, South Salem, NY
    - Barbara Sondra L.
  • A
    W M Remodeling Inc
    It was a pleasant experience. He came and gave an estimate, and when we retained him, he came on the appointed days, performed the work with a high level of precision and high quality of craftsmanship, and seemed able to handle any task related to house repair. We would definitely use him again and recommend him to anyone planning on doing some home repair or improvement. He is also quite pleasant, and easy to deal with. (Even our watchdogs liked him)!
    - robert k.
  • A
    Top Hammer Construction Corp
    Excellent. On time & on budget. excellent quality work.
    - Stephen A.
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