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  • The project went very well. We picked out the materials on our own, the work was great, and overall the subs did a fine job, and if there was something not quite right, it was addressed and fixed to our satisfaction without any pushback or problems.
    - scott e.
  • I was very pleased that he was able to get me on the schedule so quickly. The price was great and the work looked great when completed. I knew that the area that needed plastered was going to be tough to match the texture. I was very impressed how well they were able to blend in with the existing texture. Very courteous, friendly and professional!
    - Jill W.
  • Mr. Moyer came to my house promptly after giving him a second call to do an estimate for the work desired.  He was extremely friendly and thorough when completing the estimate.  His bid was the most reasonable and he had great reviews on here, so I hired him to start the following week.  He was supposed to start Wednesday morning, however, he was held up at another job and couldn't come with his crew until around 2pm.  Mr. Moyer, his son and another worker arrived and were friendly and got started promptly removing the wallpaper.  They left around 530p.  While getting ready for bed, I noticed that the trim and floor joints (out about 4 inches from the wall on my pergo floor) seem to have gotten some water/moisture on them, which left them swelled and bowed in the area in which they had worked that afternoon.  I immediately put a call in to Mr Moyer to discuss what I was seeing.  To say the least, I was distraught and upset by the damage.  He called early the next morning and said he would take a look when he got there, but he had  never had something happen as I was describing in his 30 years of doing the job.  Overnight, the seams of the floor went down slightly, but the trim was still clearly damaged.  This was in only about a fifth of the area to be removed and painted, so as soon as they got here, I asked that they do everything they could to prevent it happening for the rest of the time.  I was planning on replacing the few pieces of trim myself at a cost of about $20 and my husband doing the labor since neither of us knew it would get damaged from moisture.They doubled up on drop cloths for the rest of the job, and I thought it was strange that they didn't tape down any plastic or some sort of more effective moisture barrier but I figured they were professionals and knew what they were doing, so I didn't say anything.  Well, the next morning after the majority of the paper was down, I could see that almost every other piece of trim in the great room and kitchen had been effected and damaged by the water mixture.  It wasn't as bad as the first section but still very noticeable.  When they were packing up on the first Friday, I went to the kitchen sink and noticed that the only blind they didn't take down was wet and everywhere the water was resting, my custom wood blinds were cracking and the paint was pulling up.  I called one of the guys over to show him as I was wiping up what I could and he just shrugged his shoulders and said he didn't know how that happened.  The blinds were ruined and all because they were not taken down for some reason.  On Monday, they should have been finished with the job since it was the fourth day, but they had just started to patch the walls where that were damaged, so my husband and I decided to talk with Mr. Moyer about the damaged trim and blinds.  We pulled him aside and told him that we found the trim for a very reasonable price and that we would do the labor of putting it all in if he paid for the trim (cost of about $45).  He said, "It's not our fault that the trim is made of cardboard."  I was stunned and starting to get very upset.  I explained we didn't put the floor and trim in, and we were ready to replace the first section ourselves but thought it's fair and reasonable for him to replace it since the rest of the room was damaged as well, even after discussing the issue with him and the crew.  He shook his head and said "fine" very short.  I then mentioned the blinds and how they were warped and the paint was peeling from the water mixture getting on them.  He said very shortly, "well what do you want me to do about it?"  I, again shocked at the way he was talking to us, told him I wanted to be reimbursed for replacing the custom wood blinds.  He put his hands up in the air and said fine again and walked away.  At this point I was FUMING and nearly had them pack up and leave right then.  Things were very awkward for the rest of the day with Mr. Moyer..From that point on, Tuesday and Thursday went well and they finished painting on Thursday afternoon.  I pulled Mr. Moyer aside to let him know that I had found almost the identical blinds online for $48 to replace the kitchen one that was damaged.  Thinking that he'd be relieved since we had priced others out at a few home improvement stores for well over $100, I was dismayed when he proceeded to tell my husband and I that he only saw damage to two of the slats in the blinds and not all of them.  I knew by this time that he was basically insinuating that they were damaged before they started to work.  I explained that there was damage down both sides along the path of the pull strings and offered to show him all of the damage.  In no way would I ever want to cheat someone out of $48?!?!  It again was awkward for the remaining few hours they were there on Thursday and I was absolutely fuming for the rest of the night.Mr. Moyer said that they had about an hour and half left of work for Friday that mainly included cleaning up.  They came late in the morning and finished up a few small details.  Mr. Moyer was very friendly and happy on Friday which almost swayed posting this review.  However, after thinking it over, everything that happened before Friday needs to be reported.  Overall, the work performed was decent;  It wasn't the best and it wasn't the worst.  There are certainly spots on the wall that I feel were not properly sanded before being painted.  The biggest thing that bothered me about the actual work is that during the quote meeting, I asked about priming before panting and he said it'd be done but he preferred to use his own primer.  That being said, they did NOT prime the walls before painting, except for the spots that were repaired.    I'd like to say that Mr. Moyer's son Marshall and his friend/worker Dave were very friendly and funny the entire time.  They did the majority of the work because Mr. Moyer was attending to his wife that was ill.  I empathized with that problem and didn't cause any fuss about it taking 7 days instead of 4.  Mr. Moyer himself was friendly and kind most of the time, except for the times that we had to discuss the damages and reimbursement with him; it's like he became a different person.  Another very irritating aspect of the process was that the crew didn't show up until after 10am every day.  Some days they were here until almost 8pm.  Had them come early, I wouldn't have had to be holed up in the basement all day and night.
    - Sarah P.
  • Palmer Builder (who has done work for us before) came in immediatelly. They had us in living condition within two weeks. That included all drywall, new plumbing, and electrical. There estimates were always accurate and there were no hidden costs that seem to appear with many contractors. When they gave us a time frame of a job completion, they always met the deadline. Their team members were courtious and took pride in the quality of their work. They have their own in-house decorator which made decision making much easier. They did such a remarkable job that they were entered as one of 16 homes in the NARI showcase of homes for the Columbus area. I, without a doubt, would recommend this professional team to anyone.
    - KATHLEEN M.
  • They were very good. There were two of them and you could tell that one of them was sort of the leader. They were very careful of their surroundings. They did their job. They were professional and congenial.
    - Don R.
  • I thought the time estimate was very high and the price, $69 per hour was high. On top of the hourly rate there is a trip charge. Additionally, it took 2 weeks to get an appointment. Ended up canceling the appointment.
    - Steve S.
  • Great experience overall. Richard Neff was able to set up an appointment for a quotation the same day I called. He showed promptly for the first meeting. The job was scheduled and completed within 24 hours of the quotation appointment. He was professional and personable. His son and another employee were very responsible in following up on Richard's notes and I found them to be professional and personable as well.
    - CARRIE P.
  • BRADFORD CLARK IS THE CONSUMMATE PROFESSIONAL WHEN IT COMES TO PAINTING, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR. HE PROVIDES BOTH COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL SERVICES, INCLUDING INTERIOR/EXTERIOR RENOVATION (I.E. PAINTING, WALLPAPER REMOVAL, MAINTENANCE & REPAIR). REPAIR OF WATER DAMAGE, PLASTER & DRYWALL. HIS INTEGRITY AND QUALITY OF WORKMANSHIP IS UNMATCHED BY ANYONE WE'VE EXPERIENCED IN HIS INDUSTRY. HAVING OVER 25-YEARS IN THE BUSINESS, BRADFORD CLARK PAINTING/MAINTENANCE/REPAIR IS FULLY INSURED AND BONDED. REFERENCES ARE PROVIDED UPON REQUEST. IN ADDITION TO HIS PROFESSIONALISM IN BUSINESS, BRAD IS A NAVY VET, EARNING HIS COLLEGE DEGREE AFTER SERVING HIS COUNTRY.
    - HOLLY E.
  • DAVE TINGLE AND HIS STAFF WERE EXTREMELY PROFESSIONAL, POLITE AND COMPLETED THE JOB IN A VERY TIMELY MANNER. THEY WERE VERY NEAT AND DID A GREAT JOB PAINTING AND CLEANING UP. WE WILL DEFINITELY HIRE HIM AGAIN FOR FUTURE INTERIOR PAINTING PROJECTS, AND VERY MUCH APPRECIATED HIS EXPERTISE REGARDING PAINT PRODUCTS AND COLORS.
    - KATHY L.
  • Excellent work.
    - MARY W.
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