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    Simon's Construction Services
    First, the caveat, my girl and I drove in from Las Vegas to work on this. It is a 46 year old home. We painted the utility room and a small bedroom ourselves and helped out wherever we were needed. Ok, it was a typical renovation. By that, I mean, if it could go south, it did. We tried to do all of the assessment and prep work on Monday with supplies purchased on Sunday night. I scrubbed the front porch and got all of the moss off of it and removed a ton of grime. And, make a list of additional supplies that would be needed, that I picked up that night at Home Depot. So, Tuesday morning, Fred filled the crack after a little more prep work and then moved inside, where I was making another attempt at scraping the floors. I was there in February, doing a renovation on the rest of the house. Fred came in and while I got more supplies locally and prepped the floors some more, he cleared the bathroom and started with demo in there, turning off the water and removing supply lines, removing the sink and toilet. Upon removing the toilet, we found there was some leakage, there was a piece of subfloor left over from February that he was able to utilize and make the repair. That pretty well killed the afternoon and he cased the inside of the door jamb as a finishing touch before he left. Wednesday morning, after determining that the Sentinel 747 floor glue remover was leaving the glue still sticky after overnight drying, we found that I should have also bought the Sentinel Neutralizer 810 to follow that up. The problem is that Home Depot, where I bought the original product, does not carry the neutralizer, nor does anyone else in Spokane. So, we ended up putting a nice stain resistant carpet in the dining room from a run to Carpet Barn. Fred meanwhile was putting in the Traffic Master, in the utility room and into the area by the back door toward the kitchen. A lot of measuring and cutting tailored pieces instead of just long straight full-sized runs. And putting the washer and dryer back into the room and doing the hook ups to them again. Plus, he removed the hook ups from the dishwasher and we carried it outside. Thursday, Fred had a previous estimate appointment, but, we were notified well in advance and prepared for it. Fred continued on the floor and the carpet was installed by Carpet Barn, excellent job, also. Scott came in and installed the sink and toilet in the afternoon, which went well until we got to the sink drain, which didn't want to seal the sink. Simon promised to resolve that after the conclusion of work on Friday. So the dishwasher, got installed Friday and the door was cased and the floor was finished. I wasn't there for the conclusion, but I have faith in Simon and Fred and that the work would be as impeccable as it was when I was there. Meanwhile, my girl and I as previously mentioned, painted the utility room and a small bedroom in two tone paint schemes, she did dry wall knockdown and fill in work around a light switch. I ended up doing the refinish on the front porch surface and she smoothed the crack after my last fill-in as I ran locally to get more parts. The work all looks good and my sister says she is also happy with the work. Which is good because, she and her husband live there and while inconvenienced are satisfied in SCS and their work. Dates on which thing got done when may be a little off, but we completed a load of work in good time with the help of SCS.
    - Edward A W.
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