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Drywall reviews in Kenmore

  • A
    Emmanuel Construction, Inc.
    Steven fixed a noticeable blemish on ceiling (drywall did not have sufficient support in the attic, and at a junction the drywall sagged; I had attempted to fix it but it looked bad). He textured various areas in a bathroom, and did that well.
    - ricardo a.
  • A
    Ron Co. Drywall
    Ron Co. did an excellent job of repairing various small holes in walls and ceilings. When Ron came to give us a bid, we had made a list of everything we wanted done. As the professional he is, he pointed out other places that we hadn't noticed, without increasing the price. Miles was the worker who did the job. He did a very professional job and he was pleasant to have around. He arrived on time and completed the job within the time that was promised. I highly recommend Ron Co. for any drywall work you may need. Reasonable prices and quality workmanship.
    - PEGGY D.
  • A
    Rain City Home Northwest
    I recently purchased a home and there were a few things that came up during the inspection that I wanted to get taken care of before the winter. This included driving 4" lag bolts into the existing deck to secure it to the side of the house, replacing a rubber seal around the electrical mast on the roof, and removing a large 17.5"" x 22.5" dog door from a wall and patching it with the necessary drywall/insulation/siding. I sent out requests to a number of different companies and Brian reached out to me promptly with a timeline of when he could get started. I'm glad that I followed up with him, because he was able to get all of the things fixed over the course of two days (since the weather wasn't cooperating the first day, Brian came back a second day to finish everything up). Fairly priced, punctual, professional (left the site very clean), and very friendly, I would recommend contacting Rain City Home Northwest to take care of that list of things you need to get done, but don't have the time or tools for!
    - Tatsuo Y.
  • A
    RICCON CONSTRUCTION LLC
    I started out talking with Brenda. She is amazing, and knows her stuff. We had a lot of questions and were a little nervous ,we had been burned by a previous contractor. Brenda put all our concerns at ease . She did the bid, came out multiple times at our request . always had a smile on her face . We have a child with special needs and the workers went the extra mile to say hello and were very considerate of his sensory issues. They let us know if that day was going to be really loud and even set up some equipment outside so he wasn't overwhelmed by the noise. Demo started , Brenda was here daily at the end of the shifts . Always keeping us informed what was happening next. We picked out the cabinets , we picked out everything and we couldn't be happier with the outcome. We have Riccon starting another project in about a week and a huge project starting in June .
    - Martine S.
  • A
    IRC Kitchen & Bath
    Our project manager, Emanuel, and his crew at IRC did a fantastic job with our project, offering fresh/creative ideas and design options that no other service provider suggested. They were responsive to our questions and kept us informed throughout the various phases of the project. Options were clearly spelled out and attention to detail, craftsmanship and overall quality of work was evident throughout. We are very happy with the finished product and would not hesitate to use them on future projects!
    - Ronnie C.
  • A
    HomeCrafters Construction
    Mike renovated our old kitchen this past summer. He worked with us in a different project the previous year. From the start, Mike has been very professional and set clear expectations. He was proactive in addressing unforeseen issues from the old kitchen. He handled every aspect of the project and delivered the project on time. We're very happy with his work and we love our beautiful new kitchen!
    - Bethlehem M.
  • D
    Ron Co. Drywall
    poorly. ron's famous words: don't worry, the paint will cover that. ron sent over one of his guys to do the cost estimate. i solicited bids from about 10 companies via angieslist. ron's measuring method was the simplest: count the number of studs and floor joists and come up with a low number. then, after sinking the hook with a lower price than his competitors, he personally comes over to "verify" his estimate and haggle up the price. i had some things i was considering adding/removing (5/8" vs 1/2" drywall, resilient channel, etc), so there was still flexibility. here's the bottom line: when you need to add an item, it's very expensive, hard, and difficult. but, when you remove that same item, it's a small thing and doesn't really cost that much. ron had two guys come to install the sheetrock. they were late and i never had communication from ron when they would arrive. some of us have to go to work, right? can't just wait around the house for a crew to show up at a random time... anyway, these guys were fine enough and worked two long days. they shortcutted a couple areas and instead of planing the framing surface with cardboard shims, they just bent the drywall. this particular item was one thing i pointed out to ron at the time he bid as being very important to me. the previously installed drywall looked horrible and wavy and i figured it was due to the framing. therefore, i wanted to make sure he shimmed as necessary to provide flat surfaces. he said: "we don't just slap stuff up; we make it right." sure............... a few days later, ron, his wife (?) and another guy show up to mud. it takes them about 6 hours that first day to tape and do the first coat. pretty good time in my estimate. next day, another half day. third day, sanding. they sand everything down, and then clean up. supposedly the job is done. did i mention they splattered drywall mud everywhere over my subfloor? such a shame. i've remodeled the entirety of my 1979 house. there was not one area where there was drywall mud on the subfloor or on the concrete basement floor. it was like new. now, ron and co come in and slather mud everywhere and opt to mop it up. now, i'm not sure what standard industry practice is, but i'm pretty sure if i was doing it, i'd go to the store, buy a few $5 rolls of HD paper, and lay it down over everything. why? well, way faster cleanup. material cost <<< labor cost. and, most importantly, it's the professional thing to do. anyway, the mud is dry and sanded. i go down, vacuum everything one more time, and get ready to prep for applying a drywall primer/sealer. low and behold there are about 300 spots where there are deep scratches, nicks, or areas where the tape is bubbling. really, the tape. i thought this was a pro-job? oh, i'm pretty sure, but not positive, ron was the one operating the bazooka to apply the tape. lets, see, what else? oh, nearly all interior corners (like where wall meets ceiling or walls make an inside corner) are oversanded and gouged out. so, if you put a straightedge on the wall you'll see gaps at the corners. further, where the horizontal factory edge seams meet, there a bulges or depressions here too. this is the spot where a true mudder is supposed to excel. guess not. i marked all the trouble spots with blue painters tape, called ron (voice mail) and emailed him; i was quite unhappy (and delayed on my project which was the most frustrating part). eventually he got back and sent his guy out for touchups. the catch is that he only budgeted for his guy to be out for an hour. well, he needed about 3. he rushed, but picked up most of my marks. there are still a few spots with bubbling tape. hopefully they don't start popping off in the future. oh yeah, they splattered mud on my doors, stairs, and finished handrail. "don't worry, you can just wash that off", ron said. excellent customer service! in the areas they skim coated over old drywall, they must not have cleaned the old stuff and i have lots of pimple marks on the skimming. excellent work. and, they even skim coated areas i specifically told them not too, and put drywall on one of my door openings (and corner bead), so this screwed up my finished opening size for my bifold door which i preordered due to long lead times. i had to cut the door size down to fit the opening. in the end, i think they spent 80 hours of labor. when i priced out materials, including sheetrock, mud, and screws, i ended up around $1500. if you assume $25/hr for labor, that's $1600. i paid $5400, so ron must've pocketed about $2300 on this job. i guess when you rush in, hammer it out, and don't care about results, you can be extra profitable. i have DIY'd just about everything in my house. i worked as a carpenter for 8 years while in high school and college. i'm a structural engineer. i know what's going on and when it's wrong. this was a poor quality job even though ron kept telling me just how great it looked. i have a discerning eye and many do not. the problems i mention might never be noticed by some/most(?), so if you're shopping on price alone and something like the above experience sounds tolerable to you, by all means, go for it!
    - mike h.
  • A
    RICCON CONSTRUCTION LLC
    Working with this team was so easy. They made living in a construction zone as painless as possible. I am a neat freak and they respected that. I would lightly recommend them for anyone's construction needs. 
    - Teri K.
  • A
    Jefco Inc
    I have had work done by a variety of people over the years. Jefco has been one a few "best contractors" in my view. They worked hard and got the job done for a good price. What more do you need?
    - Steve T.
  • F
    DW Drywall
    I left messages through Angies List twice. He never bothered to contact me to say he was busy, had no interest, etc. He must be so busy that he doesn't need any future business. My time was totally wasted and all he had to do was ignore my messages.
    - Steve T.
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