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  • A
    Gadbury was wonderful to work with! The people were friendly, they showed up every day on time, and they did a really good job on my giant ruined vaulted ceiling. They were clean, respectful of my pets, and gave a great deal of effort toward little details that made the end result even better than the ceiling had been before the leak. I will definitely use them again, and I recommend them every chance I get!
    - Steve R.
  • F
    Gregg Zellers Remodel and Repair
    Greg Zellers contracted to remodel my bathroom. The contract was for labor only. I had told him before he began that I had to travel for work one week in May. He wanted to park a trailer on my lawn for the time that he was at my home. He got angry when I told him no, and he ended up parking the trailer on the patio. He told me I had to arrange for a dumpster from the sanitation department, which I thought was odd. The first two weeks went ok, but he didn���t get much finished. At the end of the first week, he got in a loud screaming and swearing match with his worker on my patio, and the worker quit. Before he started the job, he checked my fuse box. He told me that there was no room in the box for any more fuses, and he needed to add more for my jetted tub and heated floor. My uncle had put in another fuse box in my basement when I moved in, so he decided he could replace that with a bigger fuse box. During the second week when he was ready for the new fuse box, he said he couldn���t do it and wanted me to call in my uncle to put in the fuse box for us. My uncle was retired and elderly when he put in the first fuse box and was much older now, so I told him no. Then he told me I had to call around and find an electrician to do the work if I wanted it completed. Finally, another guy he hired part time completed the electrical work. The jetted tub required an access panel for maintenance, so he cut the plaster in my spare bedroom to put one in. Then he told me that he���d measured wrong, and it actually needed to go outside so now I have a white square in my spare bedroom instead of wallpaper. He kept telling me he was short of cash, and he couldn���t pay his guys and needed money. I paid him 12.5% of his fee six weeks before he started, 12.5% on the day he started, 25% at the end of the first week, and 25% at the end of the second week. I���d already paid him 75% of the contract for two weeks work, and all he���d completed was removing the old tub and vanity and installing the jetted tub. The third week was the week where I would be out of town. He wanted me to let him come to my house and work by himself while I was out of town and got angry when I told him I wasn���t comfortable with that. He got a small job on the Friday before he left that he would do in the week I was out of town. It was pouring rain on the Saturday before I left, and he wanted to get the trailer off my patio. He tore up my lawn when he pulled the trailer off the patio. I was expecting him back on the Monday after I returned from my trip, but he didn���t show up and didn���t bother calling to let me know. I figured he wasn���t finished with the other job, but I since I had taken the week off work, it would have been nice if he let me know. He called the Sunday after the fourth week, and asked if I���d be home so he could finish the job. I purchased most of the materials for remodel, jetted tub, vanity, tile, fixtures, etc. When he came back the fifth week, he said he needed $500 for materials. He was supposed to show me receipts for what he purchased, and I would pay him for the receipts. Even though he had no receipts, I gave him the $500. When he put in the heated floor, he told me I needed to purchase the thermostat. I told him I had no idea which one to get, and he told me to just ask the guy at Lowes, he would know. When I went to purchase the thermostat, the guy at Lowes said that he couldn���t recommend one because he didn���t know the size of the floor, the material used, etc. They got the heated floor and the tile installed the fifth week. On Monday (I work Tuesday through Friday), my boss called and said I needed to work the rest of the week because we had too many people out of the office. Greg said he would come to my house on Thursday and Friday nights to finish the grouting. He worked Thursday for a few hours. When he came on Friday, he noticed that my lawn care company had sprayed the lawn, and it couldn���t get wet. Even though there were other places he could have run the hose, he got mad and left. The next Monday, he still hadn���t shown up about twenty minutes after he usually came in, so I called him. He didn���t answer, but he showed up about fifteen minutes later. He told me he should be able to finish on Monday, but Tuesday for sure. He wanted me to give him more money, but I told him I wasn���t giving him any more until he completed the job. On Monday, he finished most of the grouting. On Tuesday, he installed the vanity, the shower curtain rods, and the light and plug-in plates. He told me that he cracked the tile where he put the shower curtains, and if they didn���t hold, he would come back and use some other way to install them. He told me he could finish in about two hours on Wednesday. I was skeptical because he still had to caulk everything, install more hardware, touch up the paint where he grouted, install installation outside the house for the tub, put back the bathroom door, and install the toe stop for the vanity. He worked for about an hour, then called me into the bathroom. The part of the toilet handle that pulled up the flapper was too short. He told me that I probably couldn���t find one at Home Depot, but I could go around to plumbing shops and see if I could find something. I told him I wasn���t sure what to get and that���s what I paid him for. He got angry, said that I bought the wrong handle, and that he was leaving. He made several trips back and forth to get his tools, etc., muttering under his breath louder each time, and it was starting to freak me out, so I finally locked the door when he left. After about fifteen minutes, he knocked on the door. I went to the door and talked to him through the door. He had the thermostat to the heated floor, and he told me he���d give it back to me if I gave him a check for the balance of the contract and materials (he said I stilled owed him $300). I told him I���d just buy a new one. I figured he���d calm down and come back and finish the job, but the next week I got served papers that said he was suing me for theft of labor and materials for the balance of the contract, $900 for extra work he performed, $565 for materials, and court costs. He left before he finished the contract, tore up my lawn with his trailer and wore a path in my lawn around the patio, left a big square of white in the middle of the wallpaper in my spare bedroom, and sued me. His contract also stated that he had to texturize my walls (which were already textured under the wallpaper). He spilled paint and cement on my bathtub and paint on my kitchen floor and hall wall. When he left, I noticed the big wall that he painted didn���t have texture. I noticed some dirt on the floor of my bedroom, and when I looked closer, found dried cement on the floor and the bottom of my dresser. He had no business in my bedroom, and it creeped me out.
    - kelli v.
  • A
    Gregg Zellers Remodel and Repair
    I have asked Gregg many a time over several years to work on projects associated with my rental property. I live out of state so it is always a challenge to find good people to handle what needs done at my property and it's not always just simple stuff. Gregg has excelled at his knowledge and his rapport with me and he has my trust 100%. Greg and I are on the same page when it comes to what needs to be done and Gregg is a quality orientated individual that I am happy to be associated with.
    - Wes Z.
  • B
    Gregg Zellers Remodel and Repair
    Overall went well. The project did take longer than I had anticipated but Gregg did come in under budget. He made a couple recommendations for the stairs which I followed and it gave the deck a nice touch. Gregg communicated via phone, text, and in person, regarding the project and answered questions that I had. He provided me catalogs to generate ideas for the project. He did run into some unforeseen issues that hindered progress of the project namely his work truck went into the shop which delayed the project for several days. He did communicate about this delay. The drywall work inside my house included repairing a hole basement ceiling from a leak from the upstairs bathroom as well as finishing work on an upstairs bathroom where I removed a partial wall. He did excellent work with this and can't distinguish where the repairs were done. The overall B rating was simply due to the length of time it took for the work to be completed.
    - Cynthia H.
  • A
    They are a really good company to work with and they did an exceptional job. The price was very reasonable and they added a certain type of material on my son’s wall. It is a type of a durable material that was laid on top of a dry wall. They came up with some type of material that they found and it is a strong construction. So they installed a material onto the dry wall and I highly recommended them. It worked out really well and no work is too small for them. They do dry wall and special situation like what they did for us. We set up on appointment and they came that day and they came on time and finished on time. Cleaning up was good and they did not leave anything behind. They go an extra mile to please their customers.
    - kalpesh p.
  • F
    Grandpas Shop LLC / GS Construction / GS Paint
    1st contact: Phone call to the contractor requesting service. Luke was schedule to have 2 employees start the job promptly. Estimate of costs was given sight unseen and 100% verbal over the phone for a total of $20-30 per sheet. I was happy with that and agreed to start immediately.
    Work day 1: Employees showed up on time but did not have any plastic sheeting to manage mud, dust, texture. They did install an extra support 2x4 that was unexpected but ultimately fine since it was needed to further support the drywall sheets I had hung. I asked the employees if Luke was planning to stop by to check things out in person. They said they thought so but Luke never showed up on the worksite. Work truck leaked tranny fluid on my driveway. I provided plastic sheeting for the drywall work and material to catch the leaking transmission fluid. The 2 guys each worked approx 7 hours that day.
    Work Day 2: Employees showed up on time but did not have any plastic sheeting to manage mud, dust, texture. They both worked another 7+ hours mudding and sanding the area. I was surprised it took so long since there were only 8 sheets of drywall, and about 50 strips of tape ranging from a few inches to about 7-8 feet . Again, I asked the employees if Luke was planning to stop by to check things out in person. They said they thought so but Luke never showed up on the worksite or called. Work truck agin leaked tranny fluid on my driveway. I provided plastic sheeting for the drywall work and material to catch the leaking transmission fluid.
    Work Day 3: Employees showed up on time but did not have any plastic sheeting to manage mud, dust, texture. Or a Knock-Down tool required to actually texture the walls, which due to what they told me on day 2, they had expected to spray the texture on day 3. They both worked another 7+ hours mudding and sanding the area. Luke stopped by at 11AM. As they guys were still sanding and prepping, I told him I was worried they were not making any timely progress. I also told Luke that I thought they should have brought plastic and the knock down tool. He agreed and said if they weren't spraying texture by 2pm, he would come over and do it himself. 2 pm came and went, no texture on the walls yet.  
    A few hours later (4pm?) they began to texture, Walls were OK though even after the 2+ days 2 guys were mudding and sanding, fabric tape and other screw holes were visible. Soon after, an aersol can of popcorn ceiling texture they were spraying had oversprayed on my carpet. Since they had not prepped the area with any plastic or canvas, this splattered onto a fairly large area in the middle of my basement. I discovered this and became frustrated! I asked they guys why they didnt use the plastic sheeting I had provided. There was an unopened box of 5 sheets of plastic on the table right next to where this occurred.
    They guys packed up tools and cleaned the work area. Then left. They didn't say anything to me and I figured they left the job site. They were gone for about an hour to get a carpet cleaning unit. Not knowing that, I did call Luke several times in that hour trying to figure out if they were done or not, since there was a big mess in the basement. I never received a call back, then the employees showed up and cleaned the carpet as best they could. They did a pretty good job given the circumstances.
    Around 6pm, Ron showed up to the jobsite to give the guys their paychecks. He was about to leave when I asked him to come and inspect the work. He did, and indicated that the visible tape and holes in the wall was acceptable and my opinion that is was not, didn't really matter. I told him I thought otherwise and I thought they could have given their employees more direction since I felt I really had to do most of that, including providing them with tools and protective sheeting. Ron grumbled then left. The guys then wrapped up their work and also left.
    About 45 minutes later, I got a phone call from Luke. He was irate and demanding I not talk to his employees or dad. I tried to explain to him that I thought the quality was marginal and that I was surprised it took nearly 40 man-hours to complete this amount of work, as well as disappointed they did not seem prepared with tools and materials. At this point he demanded I answer the question if I was going to pay my bill in full. I said as soon as I receive an invoice, I will pay. Luke demanded I give him an Yes/No answer and immediately threatened me with a Contractor Lein. All this before I even had an invoice!! I invited him over to inspect the final work and give me an invoice. 15 minutes later Luke shows up. After the topic of the invoice is put to rest (he left a copy and was paid in full in less than 14 days), he also agreed that visible tape, screw holes in the walls, and a large wet textured ceiling patch were acceptable quality for him. The conversation turned back to the invoice, and he demanded I tell him whether or not I was going to pay my bill. I told him that as soon as I reviewed it, I would pay what was fair. He became belligerent, shouting at me and asking where my wife was since she would now be involved in a lein against the property.  One of my neighbors heard the yelling and came outside of his house He continued to yell which is when I told him to leave my property or he would be trespassing. He refused and I then called police to have him removed from my property. At this point, he got in his truck and sped off. This is documented with the City of Cheyenne PD.
    After the work was completed:  I did submit a dispute to the Northern Colorado/Wyoming BBB to the charges on his invoice since I was expecting $200-$240 dollars for the work, not $350. As that process was completed, I accepted the $350 charge and paid him in full. When I sent my payment to the office, I did ask for a receipt of payment to be mailed to me. That certified letter was mailed on 10/09/14, the payment in full check was cashed and cleared my bank on 10/14/14. It has been 4 full weeks since this took place and I have not even gotten a receipt of payment from them as I had asked. 
    I would NOT RECOMMEND this business.
    - andy r.
  • B
    Romero Drywall
    I called multiple local drywall companies listed here to get an already sheet rocked 3 car garage primed and textured. Most of the companies took multiple days just to get an estimate done, then were weeks out to perform the work. The prices were way too much for what I needed. When I called Leroy, he came out the same day and gave me an estimate 60% cheaper than the closest competitor. He also fit me in between his larger jobs and had it done the next week! I would have given this company a solid A if they would have done a better job with masking and clean up and kept better communication on when they would be at my house. Overall I wouldn't hesitate to use them again or recommend them to anyone.
    - DAVID W.
  • A
    Grandpas Shop LLC / GS Construction / GS Paint
    After our father died we did not want to sell our childhood home so we rented it. When our property manager called to let us know that the renter was not paying and had trashed the place. We immediately  asked him to leave and got quotes through our property manager for the repairs. After all the quotes came in we had 1 that came highly recommended by all of our contacts. They were not the lowest but not the highest bid. We checked our budget and what we owed on the home. We decided we could not afford to keep it. This broke our hearts. We gave our Realtor our budget and GS said not only would they give us a payment plan but would also work with our budget. The owners have gone through the same things. They came in cleaned all of the stuff out repaired all of the walls and doors, repainted the whole house, and had the carpets cleaned. They were quick and gave us much more than we could have asked for. My family thanks you from the bottom of our hearts.
    - Marcus M.
  • A
    He provided appropriate guidance for the project, did all the work himself and was a real pleasure to work with. Everything went according to plan, and we were very satisfied with the result.
    - James M.
  • C
    Romero Drywall
    Work looks good and took 3 or 4 days.
    Although the end result is almost what I wanted there are a few areas that would keep me from using them again:
    1. The crew needed to delay part of my job to complete a job they had previously started. I was not notified so I wasn't sure if they were coming back to finish the work or not.
    2. Start times were not clearly communicated. When by 10 am I had to call to find out if they were going to come out that day I began to lose faith in the team.
    3. I have dogs and cats. The first day it took them no time to tear down the walls. When they left for the day they did not clean up the floor beyond removing the large pieces of drywall they had removed. I spent the hour after they left picking up nails out of the floor so the animals or us for that matter didn't get hurt.
    4. When they did the demolition they did not cover any appliances, furniture, etc .
    I had a huge mess to clean up. As part of the remodel we were also replacing the floors so we told them to not be concerned about cleaning the floor. I should have been a bit more clear and stated not to worry if they can't get it completely clean.
    Getting the drywall dust off of appliances, counters, cabinets, furniture in the livingroom, etc was a challenge that I do not want to go through again.
    - Kat H.
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