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Drywall reviews in Blacklick

  • A
    Finished Basements Plus Inc.
    The process went quite well. Crews were on the job just about every day, with the entire job taking approximately two months. The workers were pleasant and careful moving supplies up and down the stairs. The only issue that really came about involved the occasional days that the workers didn't show up when expected or did when not expected. It didn't happen very often, but better communication would have helped. Scheduling to be at home was not a problem for us, but could have been if we were working away from the house. The theater room was soundproofed with insulation which helps keep the subwoofer harder to hear from upstairs. A soffit was constructed to hide the projector and mask its fan noise. Step light were built into a raised platform to guard against tripping. The entry room has a wall-to-wall shelf for snacks and a theater-style popcorn maker, with a mini-fridge underneath. The utility areas were built around with easy access through panel doors, which match our upstairs doors and trim. We decided to upgrade the carpet and are very glad we did, as the basic carpet that came with the package was insufficient quality. The only other upcharge we had was for painting additional colors for a couple of walls and the soffit. I provided the two wall sconces flanking the double doors to the theater room as well as the four steplights in the platform, all available online. We have had several movie parties already and look forward to football parties in the fall. The comments of our guests range from ���outstanding��� to "awesome.��� I'd recommend this company without hesitation.
    - Rosilyn M.
  • A
    The Theater People
    Jeff arrived on time and went to work right away. He was able to mount the TV add a new electric receptacle and patch the wall perfectly. Now we have a very professional installation for our TV room. He also hooked up my newly purchased sound bar and speakers to ensure that everything was working properly.
    - Tal H.
  • B
    Bruce Hornbeck Painting
    Bruce and an assistant did a very good job patching and painting several holes in the walls as a result of speakers being removed.  Bruce is an excellent painter and craftsman. He works very quickly and appears to be a master of his craft. The wall repairs are flawless!  I think he is expensive though since he brought an assistant who didn't have his skill set and he divided the time and  labor by two people. This made me feel like I was paying a high hourly rate for a clean up worker and a master painter. I would have preferred to have two painters equally skilled and more could have been done.

    - Tal H.
  • A
    Prim Painting Ltd
    Nathan was amazing with his communication and scheduling. Really quick and accommodating. Mark was great during the actual repair. Our ceiling looks as good/ if not better than it did before the leak.
    - Scott E.
  • B
    Rising Height Unlimited
    Mike was very responsive and conscientious in returning calls. The job ws completed on the date promised which was important as we were having house guests over the long weekend. Overall we are happy with the quality of the work. 
    Where I would look for improvements are:
    a) Scope of the job changed:  we initially opted for a drywall ceiling and the electricians he sent wired the can lights for this job. Subsequently, the person doing the actual job found out that drywall would not be possible without a lot of relocation of plumbing and HVAC ducts. I would have expected Mike to know this when he first made the estimate.  Consequently the workers had to relocate all the can lights to a different height to accommodate the acoustic tile essentially negating over 50% of the work done by the electricians.
    b)  Preparing the estimate: the estimate was quite confusing with cost of soffit work included in the drywall estimate and other costs included in the acoustic tile estimate.  After selecting Mike over other vendors and the work had started we had a $1100 surprise. 
    c) The workers installed speakers we provided in the ceiling. When I went to connect them they didn't work. I then found that the speaker wires were not connected to the speakers. Luckily I was able to remedy this - would have been an entirely different situation if we had gone with a dry wall ceiling.  My word to other customers:  check on the fine details before making the final payment.
    - Ramesh P.
  • A
    Danny's Pro Painters LLC
    From the time when I first met Danny and his team, you could immediately tell they were Professional. They were very down to earth, very knowledgeable and upfront, and I had my estimate in less than 24 hours. I've dealt with countless contractors over 62 years on everything and I would put him at or near the top of the list! First, he was one of the few who did not require money upfront and was later in formed that is only the case when the estimate is over $10,000 and then it is only 10%. They started on Thursday and did the interior portion of the job. I picked the color choices that day and all the interior was finished that day and it all looked amazing, better than new. My wife was very satisfied, I knew it was right. Outside, let's start with the decks. First, they ended up replacing two extra boards for a total of five boards. That deck was power washed and sanded, then 2 coats of the Deckscapes were applied by hand, (not sprayed). The outside deck rails of the 12 by 16 deck are a little hard to paint and receive two coats also. They looked perfect and the whole deck looked awesome. Next the lower deck also had two boards, for a total of seven, and the contractor covered the additional costs of the extra wood, which he really didn't have to do. That deck was power washed and also hand painted with two coats and looked great. I'm very happy with the results so far. I'm thinking something in the way of a contractor who goes that extra mile. Lastly, the three support poles were just supposed to have a total of 5 of the 12 trim boards replaced and were to be painted. One pole was recaulked and painted with two coats of exterior white, the second one had four trim boards replaced was caulked and had two coats of paint applied, The third pole turned out to be a disaster. The whole bottom half of the pole section had to be reinforced because it had rotted, be rebuilt with new wood, 4 pieces of trim wood replaced, and two coats of paint applied, again he did not charge me for all of this. Everything turned out great and was done in a short period of time, I paid Danny for all of his services, and he reassured me that all the work was guaranteed to call him if I needed a touch up on the decks. I am not one to take the time to write these things, but I just wanted all of you who read this know that if you ever need a contractor who will meet all your expectations, be professional, give you your moneys worth, and guarantees what he does, Danny and his crew are the ones to call. I sincerely recommend them to everyone.
    - James S.
  • C
    BDJ Handymen Services
    I talked to Bill from BDJ shortly after purchasing the big deal for the installation of the 4 pot lights with a dimmer. Bill said he was very busy with others who had purchased the deal and he would contact me later in the month (this was early April). He did keep in relatively frequent communication but unfortunately every time we spoke, he was unable to commit to a time for install and we had to keep reviewing the details of the job (i.e. he never kept any notes from our conversations). 
    Eventually Bill said he wasn't going to have time to get to it soon and if I wanted the work done, he would have another person do the work. I told him I was wary of this since I had hired Bill/BDJ based on his reviews and if he sent someone who didn't know what they were doing, it would reflect poorly on him. Bill said he understand and that he used this person for several other jobs like this and it always worked out well. Bill said the guy's name was Tim Hoover and he was a licensed electrician. This is in mid-May.
    I get a call about a week later from a guy who says he's going to come install the can lights. We have to review the job again and what I'd like to have done (obviously not good communication between Bill & this new guy). We eventually settle on a date for install. 
    When the guy shows up, I find that it's not Tim Hoover, but some other guy named Ken Beadle. So not only was Bill/BDJ unable to show up, but neither was Tim, the guy who Bill sold me on to complete the job. Ken Beadle has some guy named Jeremy (I think) complete the work. The timeliness and communication from Ken and Jeremy was very poor. They didn't show up on time and they made a mess of the work space. There was insulation from the attic all over our loft space, master bedroom and master closet. Jeremy made a lame attempt to clean things up. My wife's clothing had insulation from the attic all over them and she was not happy about that. 
    Jeremy was unable to finish the work the first day he was there (no problem), so he was going to come back on Monday and wrap up. Monday comes around. No call from Jeremy. I call to confirm he is still coming and he says he got tied up at another job - an emergency. I let him know that's alright but he really should tell his customers as soon as something like this comes up. He tells me that Ken was supposed to call me and let me know but Ken never did. Jeremy says he should be able to make it out later in the afternoon. Jeremy texts me later and tells me he won't be done with his current job until after 9pm so we schedule for him to come out on Tuesday and wrap things up. 
    Jeremy comes on Tuesday. I had asked the previous Friday if he would replace 3 existing fixtures with can lights just like the ones he was putting in new in the loft. So he did that on Friday but that caused one of the lights in the main floor to no longer work. Jeremy tested things out and determined that one of the can lights he installed was faulty. He removed it and went to the hardware store for a new one. Unfortunately Jeremy did a fair bit of damage to the ceiling while doing the install and had to try and spackle/cover the damage. I could tell he didn't have experience with this since he didn't do a very good job. 
    The main problem with Jeremy/Ken's work is that they didn't buy an electrical box shallow enough to fit in the wall with the switch (also the dimmer switch they installed was complete garbage). So when it came time to put the switch cover on, there was a significant gap between the switch cover and the wall. Jeremy spent a considerable amount of time trying to spackle the gap and fix the wall damage that had occurred when he was removing the previous electrical box. Ultimately I told Jeremy I was satisfied just so that he would go away and I could fix it myself. I spent 3 hours the following night installing a more shallow electrical box (Jeremy said he had installed the most shallow one he could find - obviously not) and re-wiring the electrical in the box.
    Overall I feel a little bad giving BDJ a bad review for work they didn't personally complete. But since I bought the deal through BDJ and they coordinated to have the work completed buy a company/individual who performed sub-par work, it's their responsibility to make sure they know what they're doing. 

    - Mike N.
  • A
    Namasier Designs
    Namasier Designs was a little more expensive than my other estimates but they were the only ones who understood and were able  to improve upon the ideas was thinking of to help sound proof the theater. The estimate was quick they and were able to start quickly. They called ahead two days before the planned start to confirm and then  showed up on the day and time promised. They worked straight through the job with no delays. The crew were curtious and keep us well informed through out the process. All work was well done exactly as agreed. Over all we were very pleased.
    - TAMARA W.
  • F
    Rising Height Unlimited
    Obviously I am very angry about this new eyesore which is due to work performed which in no way did I ask for or agree to.  On top of this, the communication with Mike (owner) has been a terrible experience.  It started with the fact that Josh didn't stay for the full 7 hours on the first day because he was late getting to my house, but said he would come back the next day to finish and he never showed up.  Finally after a couple days of no-shows and no response back from Mike, Josh finally showed up to finish, which is when he ruined my wall.  Mike even tried to charge me for this additional day.

    A few days after the services were performed I left the country, and shortly after my return in mid-July my father passed away, so I had other priorities that took precedence over getting my wall corrected.  However, at the beginning of September (9/6) I emailed Mike with pictures of the damage caused by his employee and said I would like to discuss options of how to rectify the situation.  I told him I wanted to give him a chance to fix the issues before I published a review to Angie's List.  I also mentioned I felt bad about chewing out Josh at the time because he was trying to "go the extra mile", but it severely backfired.  Anyway, TWO WEEKS later Mike finally returned my email asking for my number (which he already had).  Never apologized or said he would do what he could to fix it, but regardless I sent him my number and he responded acknowledging he received it.  I have still never received a call from him and that was on September 17th.  I have since replied back to him twice asking when he's going to call, but here it is November 12th and still no call or email.

    The only way to fix this situation is to paint the wall along the staircase AND all the connecting walls on the first floor since only doing the staircase wall would look obvious if you know what my layout is.  Not to mention my main floor is a 2 story great room so it will likely cost a few thousand dollars.  The house is only 4 years old so the paint is still in pristine condition and would not need to be re-painted for several years (essentially the time I plan on selling the house), but I don't want to have this eyesore around for that long.  Rising Height is bonded and insured, so I hope this type of incident is covered, but I would certainly require a different company to do the painting.

    In addition to this review I plan on filing a BBB complaint to see if this finally motivates him to right this wrong.

    ***Update***. I wanted to point out that the company response is a flat out lie. The employee never once asked about doing any work to the adjoining wall, and did the patches without asking me. I fully understood the paint wouldn't be exact, but the small wall would blend in fine given its size and lighting conditions. I did not, however, state that I was fine with mismatched paint on the large adjoining wall, nor did I ask for a few small scuffs to be patched with putty. These guys are untrustworthy.
    - Brendan H.
  • A
    CMS Construction Management Services
    They stayed within the price my insurance company was willing to pay, and the work was excellent.  The quality of the materials
     used is very good. Kenneth Howell was responsive throughout the entire process, and all of the workers were business like,
    - Nancy K.
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