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Siding reviews in Missouri City

  • A
    JY Handyman Services
    The work was completed including paint in just 2 days and the opening for the work was really quick and worked great with my work schedule. They did excellent work and I will hire them again for future needs as they arise.
    - Kimberly T.
  • A
    THE PERALTAS Remodeling & Services INC.
    Sammy Peralta honored a purchase I had made for this service several months before I could use it. He kept in touch with me and was very patient and respectful as we worked together to find the best time to get the job done. He gave me advise on how to get the best quality paint. I have no experience with this and the information made it easier for me. HIs team did a great job clearing out tree branches and other brush around the house that I was concerned about, They pressure washed, and completed the painting in three days. They left everything clean and complete. I am grateful to have chosen Peraltas for this job.
    - Iris G.
  • A
    Red Rock Home Services
    Spectacular! The contractors were clean, respectful, quiet, and the work was amazing. My house is once again beautiful. I felt very comfortable in my house alone while they were working outside, so much so I went out and engaged in conversation with them. What a wonderful group of people! Highly highly recommend anybody !
    - Colleen T.
  • A
    Whitmans Contracting and Roofing
    Peter Whitman did a few consultations with us to make sure we knew all our options, which was very helpful. The most complicated part for us was deciding where to install gutters and they were very helpful in guiding us toward good options. The process was efficient and painless. The installation was quick, and they did a fantastic job cleaning up around the outside of the house afterwards. It has been a couple of months now, and we love our new roof, siding and gutters. I would highly recommend Whitmans Contracting and Roofing.
    - Sarah M.
  • A
    Sunlite Exteriors
    The roofers were professional and efficient.
    We used Sunlight Exteriors in the past to remove, replace and paint our cedar siding on the second story of our house. We have found Bob Camp, the owner, to be knowledgeable, dependable and professional and why we called him for our roofing needs.

    - ILENE W.
  • A
    HP&R Roofing and Siding
    All of the work was done over a one week period, while I was on vacation. It was great coming home to a new and fresh looking home. Their craftsmanship was excellent. I highly recommend Houston Painting and Remodeling.







    PS, Their quotation was not the lowest I received, however, they were the only ones who took measurements and then presented a clear and professional proposal detailing their scope of work and supply.
    - steve p.
  • A
    Advanced Home Exteriors
    We got quotes from three different providers. All were relatively close, but Advanced was the most competitive. They had good suggestions for our window needs - there are 11 very large picture windows across the back of the house where we wanted to maintain the clean sight-lines.
    We had some other complications in our work - they coordinated with our need to do some minor foundation work (and remove and then re-install windows) as well as resetting some of the existing windows.
    Our overall experience was great. Kelly and Bill took good care of us, answering our questions promptly and making very helpful suggestions on the installation. Joe and his team were great with the windows, and Rudy's team was excellent on the Hardie installation.
    They showed up on time, did quality work, and completed the work on schedule. All of the other "little things" you expect on a job our size were done well. We would definitely recommend them.
    - Guy S.
  • A
    TURNER ENTERPRISES
    Turner was good; they did some siding and some painting. The other company could not find the proper siding. Turner was able to find some siding the same size and then work with the texture of it to make it look the same. They found the right size the siding that had the right panel on it. But it was still a rough finish but they went ahead and sanded that rough finish off to make it look identical to what I have. I was happy with their work. I like the price, the guy that represented him I could understand him.  They were professional.
    - Cathy L.
  • A
    Home Exterior Systems LLC
    They were incredible to work with. They did exactly what they said they would do. I would not hesitate to use them when the other siding starts to go. The price was great. Their response was terrific and they were out within 3 weeks which they were up front about. It was a real high quality job. We have recommended them several times since using their services. There was absolutely no mess left when they completed the work.
    - Judith H.
  • B
    TURNER ENTERPRISES
    This was my third job with Turner Enterprises.  After Ike, I brought in another contractor to repair all the sheetrock damage.  We had numerous leaks due to the original builder's shoddy craftsmanship--our home dates from the housing boom years.  I ran this contractor off because of his poor performance and then found Turner on Angies List.  He and his crew did an excellent job fixing the other contractor's mess and then completing the other repairs--and I said so on Angie's LIst.
    A year of so later I had Turner return on a no-bid basis to perform a modest amount of rock/tape/float/paint.  Again Steve and his crew did great--and I said so on Angie's List.
    So Steve, you know me and that I am precise and demanding--that is why I gave you a detailed, two page Scope of Work document from which to bid.  I made a career out of managing contractors.
    Here is my analysis and advice.  For this third job, you are a lot more hurried and stressed, and much less communicative than duriing prior jobs.   My guess is that you are running more crews now than when we first met.  Your A-ratings on Angie's List are deserved and likely have brought you additional business and profit.  Good for you!
    However, I am seeing that the growth of your business is stretching/stressing your management abilities:
    1.  Organization--you appear to keep most everything in your head rather than writing down details in a planner and referring to these as you speak with clients and crews, purchase materials, etc.  I specified  high performance polyurethane caulk and ultra-premium paint.  Therefore, it should come as no surprise to you that these cost 2-3 times as much as for materials used for others' jobs. To your professional credit though, you went on with the job after some initial grousing. 
    2.  Communication--It is very clear that there are communication gaps between you and at least one of your crews.  And this is not merely a Spanish-English issue.  The lack of written instruction to them [drawn from your planner!] resulted in rework on my job.  I gave more work direction to your crew than you did to get the job done--mostly, the steel lintels remain unscraped and unpainted.  The crew you assigned to my job are strong and did a great job.  But they are experienced and professional.  I suspect you may struggle with crews that are more green/inexperienced.  Your people make your company Steve, but the best of them can easily work elsewhere.  Have you lost or do you think you could loose some of your best due to their frustration with lack of clear instruction, and hurried/stessed visits from you?
    3. Competition--Steve, others are getting a lot of A ratings on Angies List also--which is bringing them additional work and profit also.  If I were them, I would hire away your best people.  And this would not be too hard to do--especially for any of your people that have ambitions of running crews, making more money, etc.
    4.  Business Growth, Differentiation--You are in a commodity service business Steve and stronger competition is always just around the corner.  None of us homeowners owe our next project to you.  So how will you grow your business--other than merely taking in more clients and running more crews?  Have you ever though about providing clients two prices?  One price for the SOS offered by your  competition, and another price for using premium, ultra performance materials.  There will always those that will drive across 1/2 of Houston to save 2 cents on a gallon of gasoline, but I think many homeowners want to buy quality.  How about taking the time to educate clients on the benefits of using the best caulk, paint. etc.  and workmanship to match.  Caulking shut all the exterior gaps on a house is never "overkill"--especially in hurricane country.  A 90 mph wind will drive water through gaps against  gravity and upwards for 12 inches.  And, caulking keeps wasps, bee, mice, etc from entering the attic.
    5. Business Growth, Picking up other work--How often do you take the time to get add-on work?  With your experience, I am sure that you could find added work from your clients by pointing out items they have overlooked.   Or just ask them:  "Are you considering any other projects that I might help with?"  Inside, I have some of the later and was thinking of no-bidding this additional work to you, but I have reconsidered this now. 
    - Clifford P.
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