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Drywall reviews in Tualatin

  • A
    Fine Finish Painting, LLC
    Fine Finish Painting & Contracting has completed several projects for us on a house we were remodeling. 1) Drywall: texture removal, re-texture, lots of patches, a new closet, and two new walls. The most remarkable part was the matching of ceiling knockdown texture; it looks amazing. After painting, a few patched areas were still a bit noticeable in which the crew quickly refinished the area and now looks perfect. 2) Exterior Siding: removal of stucco on entire front of house and install of hardi. The crew worked extremely fast and efficient. Ty was always quick to let me know of any discoveries after the removal of the stucco and provided me with options to resolve and the cost associated. Ty really understood my budgetary restrictions and worked within my means. 3) Trim and Doors: Ty worked directly with my door supply vendor to ensure the correct materials were procured. Once they arrived, Ty's finish carpenter, Dave, installed them. New doors and trim look beautiful! 4) Cabinet fillers and crown moulding: Even though our ceiling was uneven (like a lot of ceilings), Dave was able to install so that it appears completely level. The cabinetry looked completely custom after the fillers and moulding were installed. Overall, Ty and his crew were awesome to work with! There was a lot of transparency and open communication. Ty was available all the time and responses were immediate. He is great at managing his crew and meeting deadlines as promised. I would happily hire Fine Finish Painting and Contracting again and likely will on our next project.
    - Cori P.
  • F
    Handyman Matters
    Beware ��� You Decide, In 2016 we hired Handyman Matters to remodel one of our bathrooms, after some confusion as to whom was going to buy the tile and how much was needed (we not being tile experts and thinking this is something they would tell us) the bathroom was completed and we were happy with the results and especially their worker who did a great job. So in 2017 when we thought we would remodel our second bathroom, we again went to Handyman Matters. Once again there was some confusion with when they would be able to come to our house to look at the bathroom and give us an estimate. They finally did do this and gave us an estimate showing approximately 110 -120 hrs of labor. Once again, we told Handyman Matters we wanted to go ahead with the work starting in October, paying a deposit in June and not wanting the work to begin until October. October came and the work started as scheduled. The work progresses and there did not seem to be any major snags or problems. But a few times in these first few weeks the worker told us he had to go to other job sites to help out or straighten out other people���s messes. We had no problem with this at first. But November came and the bathroom work was not finished. The worker was not on site every day, and there were delays caused by materials not being on site when needed, but as November 2017 continued we started seeing less and less of the main worker. He would continue to tell us that he had to go to other sites to help out or finish a job. This continued and got worse in the weeks in November. It continued to the middle of November when the worker told us that he was told by his boss not to finish our work, but go to another work site instead. The worker stated he had to listen to his boss. This all came to end, in the middle of November when the worker did not show up on a Wednesday and Thursday and promised to be there on Friday. He did come at about 5 PM and worked until about 9 PM. Then promised he would be back on Saturday and Sunday. Guess what? He never showed up on Saturday and called on Sunday to say he would be over in 10 minutes, but then never showed up! The worker would always point the finger to his boss saying that he was told not to work on our bathroom and to go somewhere else, but then we called the owner of the company (Kory) and talked to him, we were told that the worker did not know how to schedule his time and has done this several times in the past. Enough was enough and we fired Handyman Matters. The estimate we received from them was for a complete bathroom remodel. When we fired them, the tiles were installed but not grouted, the toilet was not installed, the sink and vanity was not installed, a new shower door was not installed and a small new towel closet was not installed. All these items were listed on our original estimate. So in the end we had to hire other companies to do this work at a additional cost to us. After we fired Handyman Matters they sent us a final bill that included and additional charges for labor. Kory very quickly pointed out that in their original estimate they have these words ���Above figures are based on extensive experience in the industry. They are allowances for estimating purposes. Handyman Matters bills on a Time and Material Basis. Final costs will reflect hours worked and materials (incld. Industry standard mark-up) purchased for project.��� When he talked to us about this final bill he very quickly mention that he had won many cases in small claims court about this. So it appears that to Handyman Matters the original estimate has no relationship to the final bill, they can add on costs as they wish. Kory did come by and make an adjustment to the final bill, but the amount of money we settled on paying Handyman Matters was about the same as the original estimate they provided us, but please note all the work that was left undone. Very messy. At this same time my wife was having some very serious Medical problems and we just did not have the energy to argue with Kory. In our last discussion with Kory I mentioned that we would not be writing good reviews for Handyman Matters and it he said that he expected that and did not seem to be bothered by it. To be honest, we did not keep track of the hours the worker put in on the site. We trusted them, we should not have. The worker was coming and going some days, and training new employees other days, something the main worker admitted was slowing him down. So Beware if you are considering Handyman Matters, be very detailed with everything you talk about with them, and keep track of the hours their workers work! Have in writing start days and the project completion date.
    - John J P.
  • D
    ALEX FREDDI CONSTRUCTION LLC
    We chose this company because we liked the owner, Alex (who does seem to be a good guy, despite what we went through), after doing a walk-through with him and we felt that even though he was expensive, we would get high quality results that would be worth the extra cost. Everything started off fine. The kitchen remodel went fairly well, but when it came time to start the rest of the remodel, things went downhill very rapidly. The guys who were hired to install the wood flooring in the dining room, living room, and stairs had absolutely no idea what they were doing. We told Alex we wanted someone else to do the flooring and he said he would indeed find someone else. Instead of actually doing so, he gave us the same incompetent guys. I want to be clear that these guys were not the only problem we had with this company, they are merely an example. The kitchen remodel took 5 weeks. The rest of the downstairs, which should have only taken a few weeks at most, took nearly 2 months. As the remodel wore on, the quality of workmanship, the ability of Alex, our project manager, and our foreman to communicate with us, and the respect and care that should be given to someone's home, all decreased significantly. I could go on and on complaining about our experience, but I'll leave it at this: if you hire Alex Freddi Construction, there's a very good chance that at some point, either during the remodel or after, you will regret it. We certainly do.
    - Eric E.
  • A
    Handyman Matters
    I was weary about using Handyman Matters to be honest, because of all the recent negative reviews. But I needed this work done, and they had availability, so I decided to give them a chance. The handyman came right on time, was very professional, and very skilled. He gave me an estimate right up front, went to Home Depot to get what he needed, and then did all the tasks, one after the other, and got everything done. He clearly knew what he was doing, and ripped right through all the work. I'm very happy with the quality of the work, and his ability to listen and do as I asked.
    The one drawback is that these guys are expensive, there's no getting around that. But availability, reliability, and high quality work they definitely deliver on. I definitely recommend them and will be using them in the future.
    - Brian J.
  • A
    Lamont Bros.
    I was called very promptly after purchasing the deal and able to schedule for my preferred date.  They showed up on time, put down protective covering on my floors, walls and electrical before starting work and made sure everything was cleaned up before they left.  The plan was only to fix the wall seam as when it was scheduled the corner damage had not occurred.  When they saw the corner damage it was added to the plan.  It was noticed that my walls are textured and the repaired areas were textured to match.  Overall it took about an hour to do the work.
    - JANETTE S.
  • A
    Rare Quality Remodel & Restoration
    Although the company seems primarily focused on remodeling projects, their handyman capabilities are great. Not only did he quickly and expertly complete the repairs, but he also gave me information to avoid and repair similar problems in the future. Everything was done well, and I will hire them again.
    - Tracy C.
  • A
    ALEX FREDDI CONSTRUCTION LLC

    This was a HUGE project that we had been dreading, and had waited 14 years to do. We bought the house when it was 10 years old, knowing we would need to remodel both bathrooms. We had remodeled the kitchen ourselves a few years after we bought it, without using a general contractor. We were comfortable with all that, but we knew the bathrooms would be difficult and not something we could do ourselves because of some design issues that needed fixing and because they are on the second floor (unlike the kitchen). We first interviewed Alex in early 2013, but after some initial discussions we needed to put the project on hold due to a family illness. In early 2014, we called him again, and he said he was super busy but would come anyway (after we told him that we were not in a huge rush, which I think helped him decide to keep talking with us). So he and his designer (Kathryn Renz) worked patiently with us for the next 5 months to figure out the design, put together a tight scope of work, and develop the cost estimate. (The long duration of time was due to us, not them.) At that point, we then hired this company formally and paid for some of Kathryn's time.

    Kathryn did a GREAT job getting all the measurements correct on the original space, which had lots of weird angles. That was crucial to this project going well. She and Alex proved to be a great team - through her design knowledge (the "do's and don'ts" of design) and his knowledge of what would drive up cost versus be less costly. During that planning process, the onsite project managers (Bill and Bob) also made a visit, and spent considerable time in the attic crawl space with Alex to figure out if structural permits would be needed for various designs (turned out not to be needed). The attention to detail and practicality continued once the walls and floors were opened up. I was totally impressed when Alex, Kathryn, Bill, Bob, and the cabinet maker (Dan) all met onsite at that time to go over the plan again to verify it would still work and iron out small details (and figure out whether any major problems might arise, which didn't happen). That "reality check" meeting lasted an hour, and they were super thorough. I had already decided that I had hired the right firm, but that meeting just cemented it even more for me.

    After that meeting, it was pretty much all Bill and Bob's show, plus their subs. They all did a fantastic job. Their work was technically sound. Bill and Bob really know their framing, ducting, etc. They also took care of two notable extra things that came up, which became really important to us once we were aware of them. One was a better engineered structure to support the weight of both tubs, which sit directly above the kitchen. (They mounted a 15-foot-long 2x12 beam to the outside wall, and put one side of each tub deck on that. Thank goodness both bathrooms were opened up, so we could do that!) The other major extra was fixing and upgrading the vent duct that runs from a downstairs shower; the original duct was venting way too high and not working well at all (which we didn't know until we started using that shower during this project). They plumbed a new duct for the downstairs bath into the new ducting they already were required to install for the upstairs baths (per code requirements). This major improvement to our downstairs bath cost us very little and solved a huge headache.

    Bill and Bob communicated well, they and their subs contained their dust and mess very well, and they were a pleasure to have in our house. We gave them gifts afterwards because we were so pleased with the work, and with them as people. We especially appreciated that Bob would respond super quickly to texts or phone calls during evening or weekend hours whenever we had a question. He and Bill were both TERRIFIC communicators throughout the process. Bob also was very responsive in taking care of a couple of small things that needed attention after the work was substantively completed. The fact that we had already made our final payment didn't mean that we were off their radar screen; they were really responsive, and always prompt. The one or two times they were running late, they would let us know about that well before they were supposed to show up, and they would reschedule if they could see that this was necessary (rather than stringing us along).

    I also want to point out the quality of the work by the subs and the vendors. See the attached pictures. Dan Adair did great custom cabinetry work (including custom medicine cabinets) for a very reasonable price. Koi, from Lotus Plumbing, was prompt, efficient, and attentive to detail. And Nick, the tiler, did AMAZING work! We had selected a single style of tile in a fairly large size (18-inches by 18-inches), which had to be laid throughout the entire master bath (floor, tub, shower, and toilet room). His precision and layout took my breath away when I saw it completed for the first time. The lines were clean, nothing was offset in a way that looked odd, and the grout lines and tile pieces flow well throughout the space. People who have seen it have commented on this as well.

    Suzanne at ProDesign helped us pick out the tile, and was super patient with us as we kept changing our minds. We can't say enough good things about her and their selection. Another terrific source of help was Sierra at The Fixture Gallery, who helped us with the tubs, sinks, shower heads, faucets, and valves. We are really pleased with all those fixtures, which are much quieter and more water efficient than the original materials.

    Lastly, I have to give a major thank you to Alex, for convincing us that in the master bathroom we should put the cabinets on legs and then install under-mounted LED lighting. That is one of my very favorite features in our new master bath.

    One note on the cost ... the $46,200 was what we paid to Alex Freddi Construction for the design and construction work. That included tear-down, haul-away, and basic construction materials like drywall and new vent ducting. But it did not include the new finished materials (i.e., tile, counters, cabinets, fixtures), which can vary widely in price. We paid for those separately, though there were discounts because we were working with Alex. Also, this project took about 8 weeks to complete. And there were usually 2 people onsite at all times, and sometimes as many as 6. So this was a huge job, and we feel the cost was very reasonable given the effort and high quality of the people and the finished product.

    We will hire this great little company again the next time we need to fix a chronic house problem. They were terrific.


    - JOHN P.
  • A
    Artistic D-Zine Construction LLC
    We've used Damiel to finish drywall and/or repair plaster on two other projects, and once again he came to the rescue. Areas on two walls had multiple cut-outs where we'd done electrical or plumbing work. They are now beautifully patched, taped, and textured (orange peel). We changed a U-shaped kitchen into an L-shaped with island, which required extending the soffit in one area and removing it in another. Damiel installed new drywall on the extended piece, taping and texturing it in orange peel to match the adjacent soffit and walls. The removed soffit had run about 6 feet across the middle of the ceiling and the surrounding ceiling was brocade textured. More than one other drywall finisher we had come in for an estimate indicated that those types of ceilings are very hard to repair and any repair would likely be noticable. We were sure that Damiel could handle the job, however, as we'd seen his work on that type of ceiling in the same house as well as his plastering ability in another project. Needless to say, the ceiling looks superb and all we've done so far is prime it! Well done, D!
    - paul w.
  • A
    On The Level Remodeling Co.
    I would recommend On the Level Remodeling as a vendor for remodels.  I was consistently impressed with Zandy's professionalism.  The subcontractors he used were knowledgeable, punctual and respectful.  A couple of minor items came up throughout the course of the project (not a surprise - we were ready for it) but overall, we are completely satisfied with the finished product and our experience with On the Level Remodeling.
    - Laura D.
  • A
    SERVPRO of Cedar Mill
    Jayson and I had a difficult time connecting, but not due to his fault (just complications in both of our schedules). During this time, Jayson kept contacting me, assuring me that eventually the work would be accomplished. When we finally connected, Jayson did a excellent job on the repairs. We were completely satisfied with the quality of his work, and how well he kept us informed along the way. In addition to doing quality work, Jayson has a friendly, engaging personality and demeanor. If future work is needed, I'll be sure to use Majik Painting!
    - Rick F.
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