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09/21/2016
By: Bryan G.
B M Flooring
I wouldn't trust this guy and his son. April 26th, at 3:30 pm, Swatara Officers were called to the Home Depot, 4200 Derry St for a report of a theft in progress. Upon arrival Officers arrested Miso Mijocevic. The son who works with his dad the owner of B.M. Flooring may take away more than your old flooring. There are other arrest records also just do your research 1st.
04/03/2015
By: Jack S.
Mr Sandman
He thought he had the job in the bag and threw a ridiculous quote out there just because he thought I would pay it! I hired another guy who did a great job and saved $2100 over Sandman's price.
04/29/2013
By: credability
Mr Sandman
He took advantage of an already bad situation. His work is unsatisfactory. We placed trust in him where he manipulated us into believing he knew what he was doing, however, that was not the case and we had to suffer more anguish and stress in addition to what we were already dealing with. Definitely NOT RECOMMENDED.
Tips & Advices
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