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  • A
    Heinemann Construction LLC
    Painting completed, looks great! Kitchen is prepped, ready to finish with installation of ovens, counter tops, back splash, sink, faucet and cook top. Great guys to work with! Friendly, knowledgeable, keep me informed at all times before they arrive and of status of materials and completion. Clean up before leaving each time work is done. Would recommend to anyone needing a great contractor.
    - Melinda K.
  • A
    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.
  • C
    Simon's Construction Services
    We had several contractors come out to look at and bid our project, with the majority of the bids coming out to right around $5K. So we expected to pay right around this amount and this is pretty much where Simon's bid came out. We were told that it would take 4-6 days to finish the work (40 hours of labor).
    First off, SCS was able to get started right away, which was nice and initially progress seemed very quick.
    Originally, the beams were not going to be hidden into the attic and that was not part of the bid, but Simon told us that it would be $985 and add 1-2 days to the project to hide both beams in the attic, so we told him to proceed with that.
    A second addition to the job that was not part of the original bid was re-texturing a hallway ceiling and a small section at the bottom of the stairs that had popcorn ceiling. I did all of the removal and cleanup of the popcorn and got it prepped for texturing. Simon said that the extra texturing would add a couple hours to the project, which he basically brushed off as a non-issue, so we agreed and I told them to proceed with that as well.
    Once the basic demo and framing was done (by the third day if memory serves), we hit a snag when the inspector came out and said that the stairs that were worked on were not to code and would have to be redone. This added a half day of rip out and repair.
    Now that the construction was complete, it was time to drywall and then finish. This is where time really started to stack up, with some days seeming like very little was completed (from what we could see, a couple of pieces of drywall cut and screwed up per day for a couple of days). Next came taping and mudding, which again, took days and days.
    At the end of the second week, we were asking how close we were, and told it would hopefully be done by the beginning of the following week. When we would ask if everything was going well or if anything was wrong, we were simply told that it takes a lot of work to get the drywall right so that it will look good in the end.
    The end of the third week was the same, keep in mind, pretty much all of this was just to mud and prep the drywall for texturing.
    A couple of the areas I have concern with and point out that they seem to be a bit of a hard line in the mud, which I am told will completely disappear with texture and painting.
    The texturing was finally done mid-4th week. Hooray!
    Remember how I said that I had some concerns with some of the areas having lines, and was told that they would disappear with texture and paint? Well, those lines are still there and after several coats of expensive paint (hoping that more would help them disappear), we can still see, and feel, where most of the patching was done (which gets pretty obvious at night when shadows fall across the walls).
    Several weeks go by and we hear from Simon that he has been looking at the job and wants to come talk numbers, we say OK.
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    Simon arrives and drops a bill in our laps that is over $2,000 above what we were expecting (and that includes the $985 we agreed to for the extra work add on).�� $2,000 over a $5,000 bill is a 40% addition, which shocked us, especially since we asked Simon initially before work started if his bid included a contingency and he indicated that it did.
    After expressing concern, pointing out some of the mistakes, and pointing out the fact that we never, not once, received a call from Simon stating that we were blowing past the budget, only then did Simon drop the bill by $1,000, which was still well over what we were expecting.
    So the taste that we are left with is:
    1) A job that took 3 weeks longer than we were told (with no real major problems along the way except for the stairs that were not built to code that had to be fixed in order to pass inspection)
    2) A job that was well over budget
    3) Worst of all, a job that does not look very good (and if you are wondering, no, Simon did not offer to fix the mistakes)

    Update:
    After reading the negative review Simon called and offered to fix the bulges and obvious lines in the drywall. We had Fred, one of Simon's subs that was very good by the way, come out to fix the drywall. He got it done and now it looks quite a bit better.��

    Still do not recommend, but at least the worst of the eyesores are gone.
    - Steve B.
  • A
    Get R Done Painting
    Aaron is a very nice young man who is very prompt and does an excellent job. He was very neat and did not get any paint on the carpet or ceiling, he did a very nice job cleaning up also. I had some areas on the outside of the house that needed painting, Aaron offered to paint those areas, and he did an excellent job.
    - Leonard E.
  • A
    Elite Construction & Remodeling
    Everything went well.  He attached the exhaust hose to an existing roof vent.  You can actually feel a light breeze coming through the door of the bathroom now.  The bath moisture is no longer trapped causing mildew problems.
    - Kenneth M J.
  • A
    Big Jakes Home Improvements
    He did a very nice job. His costs are reasonable and I feel that I got my monies worth. He is prompt and he comes when he says he will come. He also sticks to his bid that he first provides with the estimate when the is complete. I haven’t had any problems with his work. I highly recommend him to anyone.
    - Doris F.
  • A
    Rosetta Construction
    :We had a large basement that need to be finished. David, who is the Contractor at D&R Applied Trades LLP and Josh his helper did a really great job! They arrived on time, were very courteous, considerate, listened to what we wanted and got right to work.
     We had these structural round steel columns that were an eyesore, David recommended boxing them in and they turned out to be
     architecturally, ascetically pleasing to the room. We are absolutely thrilled with the way our basement turned out and we would definitely
     recommend them to others.
    - Marianne G.
  • A
    Giltner Construction
    We had an all-glass sunroom that had begun to leak so we hired Gary to replace the north wall. When he got that torn down, he found water damage in the other walls and the roof, so we asked him to tear down the rest of the room and build us a whole new room. That required ordering more custom windows, so after he got everything torn down and was waiting for the additional windows, he worked in some other jobs, which was fine with us. All his subcontractors were very pleasant to have around, as well, and we would hire any of them again. He also arranged for a "honey bucket" for their use, which I thought was very thoughtful. Gary is a nice guy, a family man, and a pleasure to have around. One Sunday after he was finished, he called to ask whether he could bring his family by to see what he had built, an to attend to some little detail. We were happy to meet his family. He began work in November of 2010 and completed in March of 2011, which included the wait for windows. Gary is very meticulous in everything he does, which we appreciated.
    - Christie and John B.
  • A
    BILL'S PAINTING
    Bill and crew arrived on time and ready to go to work on Thursday.   Bill had three workers and they each started in a different area and took off preparing for paint. There Prep work was very good.  I had the floor boards cleaned and everything vacuumed.   Late afternoon they were well into the job.  One man went out and started working on the exterior,  Definitely needed some scraping done.  Brian, the lead man stayed at the in of day and did the outside pressure wash.  Next day, back on time and ready to go.  We did loose Brian as he had another job to start, but Dale and Conner were ready to go at 8 a.m. and needed no direction. Dale took over the Bath and Kitchen(excellent job, and Conner went to work on the Exterior.  i know these young men stopped and had lunch and break, but it was very seamless and they were right back at it.  Very neat workers
    When Bill & Brian returned to see how things were going I pointed out one area on the exterior that did not respond well to the power wash and Bill was right on it.  Bill also took a walk around the outside and pointed out some very small details that needed redone.  This is the BOSS!!!  Usually they don't want to even hear from the client if there is anything wrong.  Very impressed with Bill's concern that the client is happy with the work.  I was asked on several occasions.  Kitchen and Bath were done and Dale returned on Monday to finish up the exterior.  Bill returned on Tuesday to work on the area that I was concerned about.  Bill worked diligently with hands on labor to get the area to my liking.  He did, by the way, do  just that.  
    Brain returned on Wednesday to  sand and protect the front door and when done , proceeded to clean up and do some small finish projects that we had talked to Bill about.  JOB DONE!  What a great crew and I felt Bill really was there to make sure that we were satisfied with the job.  He was always asking if all was well and if I had any problems with the job.  Very pleased.
    - LINDA H.
  • A
    Simon Says Paint, LLC
    I would highly recommend him! The work was completed ahead of schedule, and looks amazing. - High quality at a great price!
    - Anna H.
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