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10/14/2016
By: Kk H.
Five Star Painting of Raleigh
My experience was fantastic. Bruce was very knowledgeable on all the products Sherwin Williams had to offer. We went over all the sheens and paints and helped me pick the right paint for me and my family. Susie was great at answering all my questions and Chad kept a eye on things while the job was being done. The crew was super nice and friendly and my 3 year old was able to take a nap while the project was being done. I would highly recommend Five Star Painting to anyone in need of painting.
10/14/2016
By: Lis W.
Five Star Painting of Raleigh
Can't say enough positive things about the entire business. From the estimate with Bruce, to scheduling with Susie to the actual painting with Minor and his crew we had an awesome experience. I will and have recommended to many!
10/14/2016
By: S R.
Five Star Painting of Raleigh
INCREDIBLE BUSINESS!!! ABSOLUTELY GREAT TO WORK WITH, TIMELY, NICE, CLEAN AND GREAT PAINTERS. MINOR WAS ONE TIME AND REALLY WORKED HARD AND AT THE END OF THE DAY MY TOWNHOUSE LOOKED BETTER THAN WHEN HE GOT HERE. THANKS FIVE STAR. MY WHOLE BLOCK WILL BE CALLING YOU!!!!
10/13/2016
By: S S.
Five Star Painting of Raleigh
Great company to work with. Prompt, painters had the expertise to do the job, clean. Enjoyed working with Bruce, Chad and the crew.
10/12/2016
By: P P.
Five Star Painting of Raleigh
I left this review on the other Five Star site as I don't think this one is the correct Five Star site. Bruce, Chad and Susie were incredible from the beginning to the end. had a little snag in scheduling but they quickly corrected it and we were back on track in no time. They were quick, clean and super friendly. Thanks again Five Star. I would recommend you to anyone.
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02/28/2016
By: Cassandra R.
Jones & Sons Painting and Powerwashing
This man is incredibly dishonest. He began work for me 1/11/16 and as of today (2/24/16) he has not completed the work. He asked me to pay him for supplies and other necessities in the beginning with the promise that he would complete the job, and since then he has repeatedly told me he is coming to finish the job and simply not shown up or even called.
02/17/2016
By: Charles M.
Happy Home Painting
Have used these folks for years with mixed results, some good some bad. This last time was beyond bad. We had just spent $15,000 on a new bathroom had Doug send one of his "top notch" guys to paint it. This guy didn't cover up anything in the room, nothing. When I get home there was paint & Kilz all over the floor, sink, walls, etc. The guy left rags all over the yard, didn't replace the light switch covers, left the hair dryer in the sink unmounted off the wall. Doug called this guy "one of the best" this was the poorest excuse of a professional I've ever encountered. We are moving away from any further use of Happy Home after this our 3rd bad experience, bon voyage!
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08/15/2015
By: Gillian D.
CertaPro Painters
Our experience with CertaPro of North Raleigh was a complete nightmare. There were so many things that went wrong it’s hard to write about it all. To begin, I had to chase them down to schedule the job we were then given a crew of two men (and a child helper) to paint a large 3 story home. This “crew” showed up after 9am and would then leave at noon for several hours. Needless to say the job took weeks longer than it should have. The job has actually never been completed! We had them come back out 3 additional times to paint sections and trim that were missed completely. The contract said that they would prep, sand caulk and color matching paint; there was zero sanding and no boards were caulked and they used white paint off the shelf (no matching). The front porch railings were caulked with large globs that were never cleaned up. There is overspray of paint all over windows (which will require us to hire professionals with ladders to remove) large areas of paint overspray on roof shingles (looks horrible). Also overspray on back deck and shrubs and large drips of paint on brick entry. We had to take days off from work to oversee this job which after months of back and forth has not been completed. When we posted that we would not recommend this company on our neighborhood website, the owner has refused to complete the job and is not honoring the warranty.
06/27/2015
By: Richard G.
Paint Co
My house is a multi-story, cedar wood exterior that is more than 25 years old. Don and the Paint Company refurbished and repainted the entire exterior in April 2015. The price was competitive with other bids, and the quality of work was exceptional. More importantly, where damaged sills, door frames, and siding were encountered, his team had a method and process to efficiently and cost effectively deal with these issues without requiring replacement of the entire windows or doors with the damaged frames. The result was that having the Paint Company work on my home was more cost effective than would have been the case with several of his competitors that I investigated prior to having this work completed. I additionally note the fact that his team has worked together with him for an extended time and were both careful with and caring of their work, which aided in the quality of the final result. Don reviewed completion each part of the activity by personal inspect to insure satisfaction.
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06/16/2015
By: Timothy A.
Happy Home Painting
They charge less than anybody. All others cost an arm and a leg to get a room painted. Those guys are the best when it comes to price. You can't beat their price. And the painting job is the best. Just be sure to ask the boss for Sue and Sam to do the painting. What amazing people! They don't waste a minute. They love their job and they do it perfectly. I plan on hiring nobody BUT Sue and Sam and I always go with Happy Home Painting. I am very pleased, deeply impressed.
Tips & Advices
According to experts a bathroom remodel might not recoup return on the original investment. However, it is one of the key renovations that can make potential buyers want to make an offer…or not. Homebuyers look for bathrooms with updated plumbing, convenient layout, and a pleasant aesthetic. That said, in older houses, where bedrooms far outnumber bathrooms, it’s advised to spend the money on a bathroom addition instead of gut-renovating the original bathroom.
Yes, bathroom remodeling contractors often offer financing. Many homeowners prefer to refinance or take out a home equity line of credit. But others will see if the contractor can connect them with a lender who will set up some other type of loan. There are many types of loans available: secured and unsecured, personal, and those backed by the Federal Housing Administration.
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A bathroom renovation usually takes two to three weeks, if it’s a relatively small and straightforward job. Expect larger or more complicated remodels to last five to six  weeks--not including any delays due to special material or permits. If you’re doing a gut renovation, which includes permits, specially ordered materials, and possibly up to a dozen different tradespeople, you should realistically expect it to take  three to five  months to complete.

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