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Tile Installation reviews in Norton

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    It went great! Everyone was on time and the work was completed when promised. (Started on a Wednesday and completed by Tuesday.) The tile work is perfect and the tub reglazing looks way better than I could have ever imagined. So glad I didn't replace my 1960s tub. (I had already purchased my tile, so the price below does not include the cost of the tile.) I would definitely use Boyd Construction again, and I highly recommend them. Note about the tub reglazing: due to the chemical nature of the process, be prepared to have the odor linger for about 24 hours. I kept the bathroom door closed, the exhaust fan on, and put a box fan in the window to help. Wayne recommends not storing bath products in the corners, so take that into consideration when planning your project. And I'd also like to mention I think my house was cleaner than it started out. The crew cleaned up each day before they left. Highly recommend! Couple of before photos and them the finished project.
    - Christie P.
  • F
    The drywall is popping from nearly all the joints due to improper installation, the molding is peeling off after being glued on in 2 foot sections, and the tile floors are cracked and coming out due to improper subflooring (not level or installed correctly), grouting, uneven spacing and general poor installation. The tile he put in my upstairs bathroom shower is not level, was installed without spacers (the spacing is uneven as well), and the grout was not done correctly or sealed, so it molded and fell apart within months, literally falling out of the wall. The bathroom shower stall he installed in my basement leaks everywhere, and he cut my main floor joist in half to fit a pipe rather than relocating the pipe, something I haven't been able to afford to repair yet, which has made my house unsafe and the floor above the cut joist squeaky. The shower stall he installed had to be removed as it was leaking from the walls and pipes. Every electrical outlet he touched was messed up - half of them didn't have a working ground, and some were very loose. I had to pay a real electrician to re-wire every single one. It took him months longer than planned to complete the project as well. The quality of his work depends entirely on which sub contractor he hires to do your job on a day by day basis; sometimes he would send a worker home and attempt to (poorly) finish the job himself, like with my electrical outlets and drywall taping / finishing. He asked me for electrical tape a few times while working on lighting fixtures and outlets, then when I told him I didn't have any, he said it was ok as he didn't need it anyway. Everything he touched in my house fell apart within 6-12 months. His people utilized without my permission and broke several of my tools including a yellow floor light and some other various tools. His workers often left messes, and when all was said and done, the house was disgusting and caked with construction dust in every room and in the vents and furnace (as they left the AC on and let the vents circulate while drywalling, also costing me about $500 in furnace cleaning repairs immediately, and another $500 for vent cleaning I haven't been able to afford yet). His workers were not careful with my wood floors and damaged them with scratching by moving around dirt and construction material directly on the wood floors (not cleaning up and not taking off shoes or cleaning shoes or wearing shoe covers).
    - Gene G.
  • A
    They were pretty good. They did a really nice job for us. They did it in the time allotted. They said they would do it in a day or two. There was a slight problem and they came back and fixed it. It really made it look nice and we were really pleased with what they did. The price was pretty good. They were definitely professional. We have recommended them and would definitely recommend them. We would consider using them again.
    - Peggy L.
  • A
    They were great. My sister had a problem with her furnace and my husband called them. They came down to her house, found the problem, fixed it and the price was really reasonable. They did a lot of work in our bathroom. We had also checked with another company and had an estimate from them but Wiese were like half priced than them. The other company had suggested that they would put in one of the tub enclosure and when Wiese came out they measured and told that our bathroom wasn't big enough for one of those enclosures. We wouldn't have been able to shut our bathroom doors if we had used the other company. My husband's bother did the walls. The bathroom was basically gutted and they did all the work in there. They were on time. They had to come in couple of times because they were hard in their work. My husband's brother did walls and stuff. So they had to come out again for doing the flooring, installing the plumbing like commode and everything. They were prompt. They were real gentlemen and we didn't have any problem whatsoever with them. Actually two weeks before we recommended them to her and they fixed her problem as well. We have been living in the same house for about thirty years now and we had numerous people in the past for various works but we would say that they would probably be the best firms that we have ever used.
    - David M.
  • A
    The job went very well overall. They came out when they said they would and did the work quickly and quietly kept the area clean. They were very polite. Didn?t mind the kids running around. Did a very nice job on the tub, the contractor that installed it originally only used plywood for a base and it was way out of level. Milestone put on a backer board and leveled things up as much as possible without removing the whole tub. Then they ran the tile to hide what was still out of level. All an all very happy with the job.
    - steve w.
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    Excellent work, quality job at a good price. I would definitely use Nick Tomic again.







    - Andrew M.
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