I am the owner's husband. This is a response to Amie P. Your husband spent months doing a 2-3 week job. It is not our my wife's fault that he spent most of his time somewhere beside the job site. That "day and night" thing is not correct. His M.O. Was to show up late afternoon to evening. When he was there he spent a lot of his time smoking. My wife paid $1200 a month in rent while your husband was still working. That cost her $2400. She also had electric, water, and Internet that she paid for while he was still working. Your husband's bid was $13,900. That was supposed to be for everything including the plumbing and electrical work. Later, we found out that my wife would have to pay the electrician and plumber an additional $4000. Your husband also included in the bid to build a pallet wall and install. My dad built the wall and it is still not installed. Your husband also knew that he would need extra ceiling tiles which he did not buy and instead placed old, multiple cut pieces in the grids to fill the spaces. Your husband shorted her on baseboard that was presumably in the bid. Because your husband can't cut angles on drywall, he put molding pieces in every corner just like in mobile homes. The bid included painting that my wife and I did most of because he was never going to finish. We also purchased the paint which should have been in the bid. My wife spent $622 on an electrician to come and install the electrical work for the washer and dryer. Your husband was supposed to do that. Your husband also bid to build a reception desk which he didn't. That cost my wife $400. The drywall seams are horrible because your husband didn't mud and sand the seams properly. The wall end that faces outside a glass wall is not finished and capped to make it look good. This should have been done prior to raising the wall and a good contractor should have known that. All we can do now is try to cover it up so that it doesn't look so bad. I can keep going but I won't. Pictures don't lie.The bid was for $13,900. Your husband was paid $12,900. We have spent way more than $1000 fixing his screw ups and the things that he was supposed to do that he didn't so you won't get another dime. We have had two contractors tell us that we overpaid by at least $3000 on the stuff that he did do even considering that most of his job was poor. The floors look good if you get past the door transition pieces. That $3000 could have paid for the plumbing and electrical that was extra for your husband's bid. My wife doesn't owe your husband a living. You want to make it sound like $1000 caused him to lose "his home, his vehicles and his family." We know that you and your husband were separated way before this job. If your husband was as good as you think, he would have jobs lined up and even if he got screwed out of $1000 he would be working somewhere else. If you would like to continue this slander of my wife, I will be happy to place pictures all over the Internet of your husband's work and start naming names and even leaving reviews for him on his Facebook page. My wife did not want to respond because she is nice. I'm not! If you continue, I will be happy to tell people to stay away from your husband's service in every way I know. I will leave everyone with one picture of his work. This was supposedly finished even though the electrical outlets were not there for the washer/dryer. Also, that's pretty much what his drywall job looks without paint.
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