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  • B
    Atomic Painting

    Atomic Painting was very quick to return my call, within 1 day. I was renting a house with a hideous paint job and got approval from the landlord to paint the interior. I had a large group of family coming over for Thanksgiving and wanted the job done before that. Atomic was very accommodating with their schedule and finished the job in 2 days. I gave him access to the house while I was at work. I inspected the job after he was completed and found numerous very small touch ups that were required and he came back the next day to rectify those spots at no additional charge. I checked with one other painter in the area and they gave me the exact same quote, so I went with Atomic because they were quick to respond and professional.

    Pros:

    -Quick, quality work

    -Accommodating to my schedule

    -Met me off hours (after work) to discuss job

    -Polite and professional

    -called me to let me know when he left and that security alarm was enabled

    Cons:

    -did not offer to leave remnant paint

    -Expensive (in my eyes, but was competitive with another painter)


    - Kevin O.
  • F
    All Point Painters
    On July 9,
    2013, I, Mike McCoy, contracted with All Point Painters (Mr. Tim Brown) to
    paint the entire outside of our house including restoring our front door and
    side lights, as well as paintng the majority of the inside of the house.  At this time, Mr. Brown requested and
    received a down payment of 50%.  After
    pressure washing the outside, the contractor was a few days late from when he
    committed to start the painting, but the entire outside was repainted all but
    the front door and side lights which were not addressed. (We were to discover
    that Mr. Brown did not feel the need to communicate changes in dates and would
    miss dates and then just show up when he wanted.)
     
    Mr. Brown at
    that point requested payment for the remaining 50% for materials and labor for
    painting the outside of the house.  He
    indicated it would be a financial hardship if he had to wait until the final
    job was completed.  Mr. Brown was paid
    the requested amount.
     
    Mr. Brown
    said that he needed to check with a paint representative to see how best to
    handle the front door area since it had been finished with a gel coat and he
    had not previously used that product. 
    The ���rep��� came to our house with Mr. Brown and we discussed the path
    forward.  Supposedly, the ���gel coat��� had
    to be ordered from California.  Mr. Brown
    returned a couple of days later and we selected a color from the color charts
    he brought and he was to order the ���gel coat���.
     
    After once
    again missing the promised start date for painting when they addressed the
    inside of the house, All Point Painters finally completed the inside painting
    and Mr. Brown again requested payment for materials and labor leaving $150 of
    the total original contract estimate to cover the front door, saying the gel
    coat should arrive within a week and the work could be completed then.  Once again we paid the requested amount.
     
    Since he was
    paid, we have been unable to get Mr. Brown to return any phone calls.   He
    will not answer on his cell phone nor respond to messages left.  He did not return a call and message left
    with his assistant (?) at his office number. 
    We have tried for over six weeks now and cannot get him to respond. 
     
    My wife (Nadine Highland) and
    I have since researched the coating on the front door and side lights and
    determined that it is readily available locally (by talking to his paint
    source, Pittsburg Paint).  However, the
    door and side lights (which are fiberglass) must be stripped of the current
    coating and a new one applied.  A kit at
    ProBuild costs $80+.  Clearly the price
    of materials plus labor for stripping the door and reapplying the coating will
    exceed the $150. 
     
    My wife and
    I are senior citizens and we researched All Point Painting on the Washington
    State contractor site ��� no complaints in the previous six years.  We trusted Mr. Brown.  He clearly took advantage of this trust and
    is not fulfilling the contract that he signed with us.  To get another contractor in to complete this
    relatively small job is estimated to cost at least $500.  Mr. Brown has clearly ���cherry picked��� the
    work and left the part he didn���t want to do for us to deal with as we may.  We are left with an eyesore at our front door
    (more so due to their pressure washing) and rapidly changing weather.  We are not sure the work can even be done
    effectively yet this year.  We are not
    sure that Mr. Brown would do an adequate professional job if forced to comply
    for the remaining $150 under contract. 
    We further suspect that Mr. Brown knew from the beginning the challenges
    presented by the door (he is an experienced professional painter, right?) and
    planned this outcome.  We even suspect
    the ���paint representative��� he brought to our house was not one.  If he is, then he should support our
    discussions held in his presence.  We
    feel others should be warned about this unscrupulous contractor taking
    advantage of senior citizens.


    - Nadine H.
  • D
    A Better View Window Cleaning
    I wasn't happy with their service. As a matter fact, I have told them to leave because they didn't do a very good job. I didn't like the process they were cleaning the windows and when I called them on it, they were very rude about it. They also overcharged me.
    - Daren C.
  • A
    Atomic Painting
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    - Michael I.
  • A
    Best Construction General Contractor
    I highly recommend this contractor.
    - Lynn S.
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