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Drywall reviews in Blythewood

  • A
    Steve Fore
    I replaced the wallboard, and furred out the ceiling joists for screwing the wallboard. Steve came over and applied the initial tape and mud coat. After it dried he applied a second coat of mud and feathered it out. After drying, the ceiling was now ready for spraying the popcorn. I primed the ceiling and Steve returned and sprayed the ceiling. After touch up by both Steve and me I primed again and painted and feathered and the patch was not easily discerned to the typical person. Steve also patched a bunch of other holes which did not require any tape. Since I had helped with the job Steve generously lowered the price to $275.
    - Lee O.
  • A
    Carolina Professional Painters LLC
    Excellent.  Work was quoted promptly.  Flexibility in scheduling was generously accomodated.  Price was right.  They arrived when they said they would, did what they said they would do very quickly and cleanly, and even returned without question to redo one portion over which we had a misunderstanding.  Excellent friendliness, very accomodating, very quick, at a good price.  Will absolutely use again and would recommend to all!
    - Jeffrey Hawkins H.
  • A
    Rice Drywall
    The provider came out and gave an estimate for the job, a price was agreed upon and a date set to do the job. On the day for the work to be done, he came at the appointed time and spent the morning doing the work. The next day he returned to do the sanding and finish work....he called first to say he would be delayed. He did complete the job, and I am very happy with the results and would recommend him to anyone who needs drywall work done!
    - Jane J.
  • A
    Bathrooms Within Reach
    I contacted Joab for an estimate and he came to my home within 2 days of my contacting him to discuss the job.  He was very thorough in explaining what all would be involved and pointing out things that I had not considered, such as moving drains and water lines, dry wall and linoleum replacement due to a smaller shower pan than the garden tub had filled, molding that would have to be added/replaced.  He was aware of my budget and researched shower units that would fit my budget and meet my need, without giving up quality.  He made suggestions that would reduce costs without sacrificing the finished look of the project.  He kept me aware of the status of the job and always consulted me on any decisions that were not previously confirmed.  He was accommodating in setting up meetings around my work schedule.  His crew took care to keep their path through the house covered/protected and cleaned up at the end of each day.  Joab was recommended to me by a co-worker and I am very pleased that he took on the job.  I would not hesitate to recommend him and if I do other remodeling in the future he will be the contractor I call.
    - Janis P.
  • A
    Finishing Touch Unfauxgettable
    Russ was a pleasure to work with.  He responds promptly to requests and questions and
    his crew was punctual and efficient.  His interior color suggestions were great and we were
    so pleased we had him return and paint the outside of our house also.

    We are having him come back, yet again, to paint our deck.
    He's a good person and very easy to conduct business with.
    - Bruce B.
  • A
    Construction Specialties of Columbia Inc
    Construction Specialties, in both cases, came in and listened to what I wanted to accomplish.  They helped me make decisions and then went to work.  I could always get in touch with them when I needed to.  They were very reasonable in taking draws for the jobs.  It sure is a good feeling to know that I was working with a group that wanted to do a great job and make me happy.  I would highly recommend them to anyone looking for someone to do anything from a small addition or roof replacement up to and including a complete new home construction.  If you are thinking of using them, feel free to call me with any questions.  Doug @ 803-920-3618.
    - Doug K.
  • A
    Steve Fore
    I have had a number of contractors come to my house as we have remodeled. None has done a proper job until I hired Steve Fore. I have to say that Steve is one of the most caring individuals I have ever met, and it clearly shows in his work. I would give Steve the highest recommendation I could give to anyone. If you want a drywall or painting project to be done with the same attention to detail and caring attitude you would give it, hire Steve! No doubt about it, I would give him a 6 star rating if I could! The work was done very professionally and he even did things I hadn't asked for. I couldn't be more pleased!
    - Russell S.
  • A
    M & T Home Maintenance Svc
    There were several difficulties that had to be worked through but M&T worked through each difficulty with patience and persistence.The project was completed in a good time-frame,and any problems that came up were corrected quickly and professionally.
    - Tami V.
  • F
    Southern Homes Improvements
    This is a horror story in the making! The most unprofessional, UNQUALIFIED, absolutely no pride in workmanship or just no clue, who knows?! It has taken almost a year before I can even re-live this ordeal on angie's list...it is still difficult. There is so much to say, probably too much for angie's list. I will not state anything that I don't have a picture to back it up or it can still be seen in the home. We were ready, close at the beginning, to find another contractor, but he had already taken most of the money from the draw account, without the work being done. We were stuck! At the end...we had to threaten to sue to complete the job...if you could call it complete. You would have to see this work, to even believe it! Previous owner began redoing kitchen, baths and floors and all lighting/fans were new. The previous owner's work was not perfect, but not bad either...I was okay with his workmanship...I would have prayed to have the same workmanship from this licensed contractor (Sid/owner, w/Southern Homes & Remodeling). There were brand new hardwood floors throughout, all 3 baths had new sinks, toilets, fixtures, etc. in each bath. Mstr. bth had no flooring (plyboard), it had not been completed. New paint throughout home, paint job was very good (I just wanted fresh paint and my colors...uh oh, bad decision!!!). Kitchen was to be completely redone, except for new wood flooring...uh oh, another bad decision!!!). The popcorn ceilings were to be scraped, smoothed and painted...again, a bad decision!!!). Lets just start with the above. The ceiling: They scraped the ceiling with all the light fixtures still attached...just scraped around them. It took approx. a week w/many requests that they remove the light fixtures because they are being ruined and they need to scrape the "whole" ceiling...duh??? They had already begun plastering and I arrived to see all the fans were removed from the ceiling...just hanging by their electrical cord! Then many requests later (way too late!!!) they finally put plastic around the, hanging by a cord, fans. Too late! the fans were covered with scrapings and mud was dripping from the blades (got pictures!). One new fan had to be replaced...it no longer worked...duh? By the way, not all the lights/fans were removed, so there is still popcorn underneath those fixtures, plus you can still see popcorn along the edges of the fixtures where they did not scrape it close enough. Kitchen: The previous owner had spilled a puddle of paint on the kitchen floor and I thought we would have to replace that part of the flooring...when it came time to try and get it off the floor...it peeled off just like a rubber sticker and the floor was pristine...I was thrilled! The thrill left quickly! The damage these workers did to the new hardwood floors, throughout the house, is unforgivable! The "customized" (wait til you hear the story on the cabinets!) kitchen cabinets were stained and lacquer sprayed in the house, against the walls and on the floor, in the kitchen, LR, two spare bedrooms, etc. The wood flooring throughout these areas are covered in a horrible dull lacquer residue. Not to mention all the damage from walking and compacting the ceiling scrapings into the wood floors. They also sprayed lacquer on the "hanging" cabinet doors, which included the ceiling!!!! We had to repaint the kitchen ceiling when we moved in (got pics). The cabinets were done approx. 3 different times. They acquired line splits (some still can be seen), the dirt and dust was stained and lacquered in...I could go on and on just about the cabinets, but lets get onto something else. By the way, the cabinets are still discusting. One of the drawer's face board busted...instead of replacing it, they screwed it to a piece of wood and then attached that to the drawer...the only problem is that you can not tighten the handle because you can't even get to the screws unless you take the whole thing apart...no guarantee it will go back together!!!! Every "brand new" appliance that we bought for the kitchen were scratched/damaged. Every one of them!!! Sometimes they made it worse, trying to repair what they had done...sickening! My beautiful tub fixtures (Mstr.Bth), the chrome was scratched on all. They broke the sprayer on the jacuzzi tub twice and had to replace it with another (not matching the original). That sprayer hose won't even reach the middle of the tub and is basically unusable (I have used that tub once...and won't use it again). You should see the tile work around that tub...even I could not do such a horrible job...no joke! The new tile in the Mstr.Bth. is so uneven...and they started with a plain, plyboard floor! I've laid tile before...don't these licensed contractors know how to level a tile? We have areas that catch your feet all the time...corners are sticking up and can hurt! Before we even moved in, the grout was coming out from between the tiles. We have certain areas where you walk on the tiled floor and it continually cracks and pops...I'm just waiting for the tiles to break in those areas...it's coming, I know! The Mstr.Bth. shower is another joke. It was to be a custom shower with glass and cultured marble. First they ordered and partially installed the bottom pan and one side of the shower...it was not the dimensions requested..it was the size of a bathtub (way too small). The communications between this crew was ridiculous. So, it had to be re-done. I had already given them the fixtures, upon their request, for the shower (before it was poured), so they would know how it had to be set up. Well, even with the fixtures, they drilled the hole for the water faucet handle too big....oh here it comes! Guess how they fixed it? They did not have the wall repoured and replaced and do it correctly...oh no!...they just cut a round plug (I'm guessing approx. 7in. round) and glued it over the large hole, and my glass/chrome fixture is now attached to that unsightly plug. And just something else, the poured base and one shower wall are cracked. There are approx. 4 cracks in the base pan and one bottom/corner crack on the wall with the fixtures. That does not include all the scratches they made on the walls, I guess when installing... unbelieveable! There was a doorway on the back porch that needed to be bricked in. The previous owner had already done the sheetrock, but not the brickwork. We already had the bricks, they were just going to mortar them in. He stated his cost would be $700. Then we thought why not put a window instead and only a few rows of bricking. Both parties agreed, the window was $400 and the remainder was for bricking/window seal. Oh boy! you should see this job! The mortor on the house is a tanish color...they used plain grey mortor that no where matches the mortor around it. Not just the color of the mortor, oh no! they spaced out the rows (uneven to the current wall), I guess to avoid one more row of bricks! Then, they put a plain piece of board for the outside window seal. The rest of the windows in house have a brick seal. THEN, it took months before we could even get them to paint this unfinished board! What a joke!!!! The painting was the worst! They never cleaned the ceiling dust off chair-rails, etc. and just painted over it all. The walls and chair-rails are full of dust and particles under the paint. Brushes were left overnight in the open paint cans...not cleaned (got pics).The initial paint on the walls did not even cover all areas...him and I argued, because he said just one coat...I replied that is fine, but it must be a complete coverage coat of paint!!!! At that point I told my husband I would not talk with that man anymore...my poor husband had to deal with him and me! God love him! When we first started, we told him if other things came up that needed to be done, we would help alleviate the costs by paying for the appliances and/or fixtures ourselves, that he had in his quote. Actually, we paid for all the appliances and all the fixtures. We ended up paying for the tiling in the Mstr. Bth, because he had only alloted $1 sf. (We wanted better tile, so we ordered and paid for it and he either reimbursed us/or used the $1sf. for something else) this was agreeable for both parties. We ran into the same situation when the FROG was to be carpeted. We had stated that it did not need to be expensive carpet because we would probably put wood flooring in later, but as I was looking, I decided we would keep it with carpet and not replace later. I chose a very nice carpet and then found out he alotted only $1 sf for carpeting...I did not even know there is such a carpet...there is! Anyway, we paid for the carpeting and, same as above, he either reimbursed us or used it for other things (both parties agreed each time this was done). The approx. monies spent was $60K. His contract was for $47,500 (i'm not looking at the papers, but I think this is right on the money), the rest is what we paid out of pocket (there was probably more, i'm just doing this in my head...we do have all the paperwork for everything). When they first started work, the week before or after Thanksgiving of 2008, he said he would try to have it finished by X-mas(2008). X-mas came and he said it should be finished the first week of Jan....then it was the end of January! Needless to say, they were still re-doing cabinets, etc up to July/Aug of 2009!!!! We put off selling our other home because we thought we would be moving in earlier and then we would put it up for sale. Well, if you all remember, Sept-Dec. 2008 is when the economy started crashing and the real estate market fell in the 1st and 2nd quarters. We should have gone ahead and listed, but we believed him and continued to wait...that was our mistake! This company should not be allowed to be in business. Sorry it took so long to inform others.
    - Cynthia M.
  • A
    Sheetrock Master Inc
    The owner, Jose Hernandez, was a pleasure speaking with and discussing our needs. What I really liked, was that he was very precise in what was needed...what he would provide, and how long it would take. He was right on the money! And this is a first!!!!.....They actually cleaned up their mess that they created... first experience I've had with that (sad...it should be the norm)! And, most of all, the workmanship was superior. We plan on using Jose and his crew again, sheetrocking our garage. We would strongly recommend him!
    - Cynthia M.
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