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  • A
    Y & C General contractor
    He did an amazing job painting our cabinets. Carlos was detailed and precise and was very quick to stop by for touch-ups. I would highly recommend him and I will hire him to work on my future projects.
    - Kary B.
  • A
    Jireh Painting LLC
    We are thrilled with the job Jireh Painting did at our beach house. Luis was wonderful to work and very dependable. We were not on-site and yet felt completely confident that the project would be done correct the first time. He exceeded our expectation and would highly recommend him.
    - Karri M.
  • C
    Brief summary: the quality of the workmanship is good; it can be excellent if IYH dedicates an experienced master tradesman to direct the work. Unless you have a small, well-bounded project for which you know with absolute certainty the scope of the work, you should avoid Time and Materials like the plague. I was offered Time and Materials as a way to get started quickly; it ended up taking longer, costing more, and introducing far more stress than necessary. If you���ve got a large project, you may be better off looking elsewhere for a general contractor regardless. Longer version: We closed on a fixer-upper on August 23rd; we needed to have it renovated before my family (including a three-year old and twin infant babies) could move in and sell our old home. IYH was the only company that could get started right away (using Time & Materials); every other company was booked up two months out. What didn���t become clear until much later was that IYH didn���t actually have the resources available to complete the work in a timely fashion. We finally got everything done as of Dec 4th; this did include the addition of a couple substantial projects; but we also dropped a number of line items as well. The biggest problem is that the project coordination was incoherent, which I believe stemmed from the fact that the project coordinator had no direct knowledge of our property. I almost didn���t do business with them because the first Time & Materials estimate quoted completely different work than what I had asked for; I had sent a clear list of items that I wanted addressed together with the inspection report, but for some reason the project coordinator largely disregarded it and derived her own list from the report. We managed to get that sorted out, but from that point on tradesmen would be scheduled ad hoc without an understanding that A had to happen before B; for instance, on some occasions the painter would show up and wouldn���t be able to do anything because prerequisite work had not yet been completed. When working with Time & Materials, IYH also assigns tradesmen basically as they become available; so we would continually get a new set or at best a rotation of tradesmen who would arrive without knowing what the previous guys had done, and they would either need direct guidance from me (a nice 40 minute commute each way) or else they wouldn���t know what to do and they might just start working on the wrong thing. The project coordinator also had a difficult time keeping track of key milestones; for instance, we needed to have all the painting done before Sept 25th when we had scheduled hardwoods work by another company. I could never receive a clear commit about whether or not those sorts of milestones could be met; and in spite of many conversations on the subject, there would still be whole weeks at a time when no work was scheduled. In some cases, work wouldn���t be scheduled due to the lack of understanding about our home; for instance, nothing would go on upstairs if an abatement was going on in the basement, despite the fact that the abatement downstairs in no way prohibited access to the upstairs. Every single Time & Materials quote that we received, of which there were roughly 10, was underestimated. Decisions would sometimes be made on my behalf, usually incorrectly; for instance, during the abatement, there was some question about whether the vinyl under some cabinetry should be removed. Without consulting me, the project coordinator told the crew that it was okay to stay, so the abatement guys had to come back out, and we had to foot the bill for it, although I���m told it was discounted. On other occasions, IYH would pull people off the job in the middle of some task or project; in one case, they sent the master tradesman to another site at noon one day while he was in the middle of replacing a beam up in the attic; in turn, we ended up with a temporary wall in our kitchen (and a nice tripping hazard for the walking members of the family) until IYH could manage to find the resources to come back and finish the job. In the end, we ended up having to live in the heart of on-and-off construction for a couple months and had to delay reroofing of our home due to various missed milestones. At one point I sent a note expressing my frustration about the scheduling, but there seemed to be no acknowledgement that there was any problem whatsoever; the response I received suggested they thought they were doing us a favor. IYH also really gouges you on the materials cost. Basically they charge you $69/hr for someone to procure the materials, but then they hit you with an additional 25% markup. Obviously, when you���re dealing with big purchases, this really burns. On numerous occasions, I would receive a call the day before, or sometimes even the day of, saying that the tradesmen needed (for instance) all the pre-hung doors now and would I mind if IYH sourced it for me? So, on these occasions, I would have to drop everything I was doing to go and make these purchases just to avoid getting hit with the extra cost ��� another nice 40 minute commute each way. On the whole, the workmanship is good. Rich Griffiths and Joe Kuester were really excellent, both detail-oriented and very conscientious about their work; everything they touched turned to gold. There were a couple doors that were misinstalled (by other IYH tradesmen) but IYH corrected those and didn���t charge me for it. One tradesman also put a 20A hood on a 15A breaker; I���m still waiting for that item to be addressed. Overall, my experience with IYH was largely neutral. As mentioned above, all the tradesmen who worked on our home are great. We would *adopt* Rich Griffiths and Joe Kuester if we could. If there were a way for me to hire the tradesmen directly without all the project coordination chaos, I would. However, given all the troubles that come with the project coordination piece, I���m probably going to look elsewhere for the remaining work to be done around our property, of which there is a lot. If you do decide to work with IYH, here are my recommendations: 1. Avoid Time & Materials unless your project is small and extremely well-defined. 2. Try to get IYH to commit to dedicating a master tradesman to direct the work. 3. Have that individual come out and visually observe your property before the work starts; if you���ve got a big project, make sure that person is looking for other things that might need to be addressed as part of the work. 4. Try to get a clear committed timeline for the work; IYH should commit in advance to some sort of compensation to you if they miss their timeline. If you can���t get this, I recommend pulling out before you get started and go with a different company. 5. Plan on calling IYH on a daily basis to remind them of your schedule and your needs, and to make sure that they understand when work should and should not be scheduled. You need to be a PITA; no one else is going to look out for your best interests. If you don���t bug them a lot, they���ll forget you exist.
    - Leah K.
  • A
    Carlos and team did an excellent job! Carlos was able to squeeze me in and get the job done within a week for a very reasonable price. He and his team were very professional, on time, and did exactly what I asked. Carlos also made the whole process very easy. He took all the burden off of me in figuring out which paint can in the garage (left from the prior owners) was the right one for him to purchase. I'm very happy with the work. Everything looks great! I would highly recommend.
    - Allison N.
  • D
    Yaskara Painting LLC
    I am sorry to say that I am feeling like I need to write a negative review from our experience. I know I rely on the Angie���s List reviews when determining who to hire and so write reviews when we have had either a positive or negative experience. 1. The painters arrived a little late and left a little early 2. They asked me if I had a large roller head so I went out to the garage and got a new one and gave it to the painter, he then asked if I had more so I went back to the garage and got a second new roller head. The deal specifically stated ���Offer includes: prepping, spot priming, painting, taping interior surfaces, repair of small holes, labor, and inexpensive supplies like tape, spackle, and roller heads.��� My wife and I both thought what kind of painters show up without essential supplies? 3. The job required more time than expected and since we were on a budget and had bought an 8 hour deal, we said we could pay for one more hour each (2 total) and asked them to get as much done as they could and we would finish up the painting. We asked them to leave everything masked off and we would finish what they couldn���t. They declined the extra hour, which we understood because they had another job to get to but after they left we went upstairs to start painting of the master bath and they had removed all the masking. Why would they do that? They knew we had to finish the job and knew we had asked them to leave it masked. We had paid for the masking, and now we had to spend 30 minutes taping off the entire room. That was simply wrong and inconsiderate. 4. When we opened the primer can to start painting the painters had left one of their used small roller heads floating in the primer, so we had to fish out this messy roller head. All-in-all the painters were nice but we felt they were unprepared, a bit slow, arrived late and left early, and certainly didn���t think about how to make it simpler for us to finish the job. We will look elsewhere for our next painter.
    - Dave H.
  • A
    New Leaf Renovation
    We hired New Leaf Renovation to bid on a shower re-model. Matt came to the house, listen to our input and provided a competitive quote. We were impressed with his knowledge and creative ideas so we hired him - best move we could have made! He worked with us on the tile, flooring and fixture selection then worked diligently on the job from start to finish. Very professional, detail-oriented and creative. Matt takes price in his work and the quality of his workmanship shows. We love our new shower and heated floor and highly recommend New Leaf Renovation!
    - Scott M.
  • B
    SFW Painting
    Overall, the service was a little higher than quoted. I expected 3 guys to get more painted in 2.5 hours than they did. I also would have expected that the charges were more clear during the process. The guys were polite and seemed to know what they were doing and were very careful to cover up the floors. But, the service should have cost no more than $300 with the amount of work that was complete. 
    Overall, they did decent work, besides a few spots on my ceiling and adjoining walls, they did do pretty well with the overall work. 

    - JOSH B.
  • A
    Creative Tile and Remodel LLC
    We have no complaints.  Project turned out beautifully.
    Installed new double vanity, clawfoot bath, and redid shower stall with glass enclosure.  Tiled floor and shower, wainscoating,
    and repainted walls.  Tim Sakkrison, the plumber was outstanding.
    Tlibor and Norby were great, professional and kept us informed with what was happening.

    - Pamela B.
  • A
    Mountain Painting Company
    The communication was excellent prior to the actual work day.  David (the owner) made sure all the details and expectations were talked about before the painter arrived.  Jamie worked a solid 8 hours and did a fantastic job on the ceilings.  Since I only wanted him to do one coat of paint, he applied it thick and perfectly.  I'm very happy with the outcome and recommend Mountain Painting Company to my fellow Angieslist members.
    - Janice D.
  • A
    Beth came out to our home in Sherwood and provided a quote to paint for us.  Pricing was definitely on the high end of the spectrum but we went with them because we felt really comfortable with them.  We were on a really tight time line as they were painting the interior after we bought the place and before we moved in but they turned things around for us (quote provided one week and they painted the next).  
    The job took 3 days and we couldn't be happier with the results, the place looked great and it was amazing to move into our home and not have a ton of work ahead of us.  The crew that was onsite was really professional and worked quickly to get everything done (it probably helped that the place was empty).
    - Michael H.
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