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Flooring reviews in Beech Island

  • A
    Profloorz
    It is a pleasure to give Kevin a positive recommendation. He was prompt professional and did a quality job. He laid the hardwood floor in 2 bedrooms in less this a day and a half. The house was left clean and he communicated very well when decisions had to be made regarding the installation. He is a good, safe choice if you need work done,
    - Shawn K.
  • A
    Floors 360
    Worked with Jason for product selection, in home measuring, pricing, and scheduling. There were a few mishaps along the way, but each time I called and spoke with Kim and she handled everything professionally and quickly. Mishaps included: late arrival for in home measuring, install date had to be rescheduled, and on actual install date, carpet on stairs was missed on order. Late arrival for in home wasn't that big a deal for me, but could be for others. I called the day before the original install date to reschedule to be told that my carpet had not arrived and I was not on the schedule, but that my carpet could be on the dock, they just had not in processed yet. Not a big deal since I was calling to reschedule anyway. On install day, installers arrived and did not know about carpet for stairs so did not have it. At 8 months pregnant I was not pleased with this and called their office in tears. Kim was extremely nice and made a miracle happen and the carpet showed up the same day and was installed. Overall would use again and recommend for others.
    - Laura S.
  • F
    Carbon Construction
    1.) Paid $400 for the polyurethane of hardwood floors.  Their first attempt left grass and dirt debris.  They failed to cover all sections of the floors.  The second attempt did not fair any better to include poly drips on baseboards and walls.  As a result I obtained and used the correct instruments to polyurethane hardwood floors myself.
    2.) Paid $250 for installation of bathroom accessories (towel rings/bars, toilet paper roll, robe hooks etc).  However when used or touched they fell off the walls.  Had to get another company to correctly install items.
    3.) Paid $1200 for plumbing/labor installation when sometime later the middle bathroom experienced a major water leak so much to the point of water flowing down the hallway.  The newly custom built cabinet was completely soaked.  Had to hire another person and pay $75 to have the incorrectly installed faucets fixed.  Carbon Construction's (CC) people had the flex line twisted and crimped and used electrical tape to hold in place.
    4.) Paid $7600 for "Proposal to correct drywall, trim, and paint; install metal shelving in master closets; including painting fireplace & siding."  Master bathroom:  The paint job in the master bathroom is sloppy.  Both new custom built vanity cabinets have paint splatter and paint spray over them even down to the baseboards. It's infuriating!  The custom built bench has paint splatter too. On two walls there is a total of three holes patched to the size of 3" X 5" which have not been sanded nor repainted.  Toilet door has paint so thin you can see streak marks from where it was not properly coated.  Ends of the quarter round are raw and have not painted.  There are paint marks on granite and wood trim.  There are permanent scratches on the newly laid tile where CC's team slid the bathtub across instead of picking it up.
    Master bedroom closets: CC's team took down one closet door and never replaced it.  So we are door-less.  The other closet door lacks a thorough paint job on one side and the other has so much that dried paint drips are visible.  Both closets' racks were installed incorrectly using linen shelves (and upside down).  Without "cropping" clothes, the racks would not properly fit hanging dress shirts, suits, or pants.  Had to hire another company and pay $261.63 to correct CC's mistake.  This company person stated, "In my decades of experience this has to be the third worse closet installation I've every seen."
    When Cliff Russell of Carbon Construction requested a review and  thanked me for using his company dated October 2, 2014, I was shocked and told him so stipulating through email the unfinished projects.  I also reminded him of the Sept. 23, 2014 "punch out" list with over 25 items that still have not been addressed.  My only response from him was, "call me."  I also asked him to explain or refresh my memory as to "what siding" was painted as stipulated in his proposal.  No response.
    If this system would let me I'd upload all the photos that were also sent to CC over a month ago.
    It's been exactly one month since the written request for corrections was given to Mr. Russell.  He never in turn contacted me in an effort to correct anything.  If he had I would not have submitted this review.

    - Barbara J.
  • A
    PRESTIGE FLOORS
    We could have not  been more pleased with the care given to our floors.  Ron and his crew take great pride in their work. We felt like they were very concerned with our satisfaction with their work and the gave great advice on maintaining the floors in the years that follow the refinishing.  I interviewed over four other contractors prior to selecting Prestige Floors. Ron was not the cheapest but he was not the most expensive either (estimates ranged from $3900 to $5000). However, we got honest work, great product, and friendly prompt service that we were looking for. Saving 5 or 10 percent on the floors would have meant nothing  if weren't happy with floors that we will enjoy for years too come. NOTE: I am writing this review one year after the work and we're still completely satisfied. Some of the other contractors that quote the job said that 3 coats of urethane would be required yet Ron with Prestige said 2 only coats were needed. Ron said they would apply an additional third coat if requested. My research agreed with Ron's recommendation (when using quality urethane) and I have confidence in Ron's training and experience.
    - Gary B.
  • A
    MRC CONSTRUCTION CO
    They did a great job.  They are supposed to come and do our sunroom too, but we haven’t contacted them.  They did quality work.  They gutted out our whole kitchen and put in new cabinets and knocked down walls and broke them because they were low bearing walls.  They put in patio doors, put in the floor, and took down everything and they did a good job.  We have used them before and are the ones we have used forever, so we always recommended them.  We did not have any problem at all.  We thought that their price was probably comparable for what we got; it seemed like a good price.  They were always professional and their quality of work was excellent.
    - David S.
  • A
    Williamson Hardwood Flooring
    Eric and his guys did a Great job!
    - Steve T.
  • A
    Renaissance Construction
    Extremely well. Completely satisfied with the work.
    - Barry W.
  • A
    Tudor Home Improvements, LLC
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    - dorothy k.
  • A
    Profloorz
    Kevin installed about 500 sq. ft. of Formica Quintessa flooring
    - D.J. W.
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