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03/22/2017
By: Hotshotts3@yahoo.com S.
Bryan Daniels Construction
Had hired Bryan for four separate contracts. The first had a couple issues that we dealt with, same with the second. The third did not work out well and the fourth was a complete disaster. As time went on the work kept getting worse and worse, too much time on the job spent on his personal life, continual delays, unfinished work, no refund, poor workmanship and when he was called on it, he turned into an unprofessional, immature disappointment. Lots of bad reviews on this guy, tried to help him keep his head above water - doesn't communicate or follow through. He has lost a lot of workers walking out for his deception and lies as well. See the pics for yourself - this is the work he left - shameful. Not only did he not refund our money, he was accusing us of owing him money - yet could provide no valid documentation. Was trying to use the "liar liar pants on fire" defense.
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12/30/2015
By: stacey.downingnordin
Angel Nails
My niece and I went there for a mani pedi. Not even 24 hrs later my nieces nail polish had completely peeled off. I called to complain and he told me that I could bring her back up there. But my niece was already home and I don't know when I'll see her again. So he said 1 week he gave me to bring her back up. He refused to give me refund on the manicure or be reasonable at all. It was like he couldn't understand English to what I was trying to say.
10/04/2014
By: Kim G.
Pro Nails
I have been here several times for manis and pedis and have been happy every time.
06/01/2013
By: heather.townsend.14
Pro Nails
do not go. when i went a women came in saying she was there 3 days earlier and all of her acryllics and her real nails were hanging off only held on next to the cuticle. the guy said to her, what do you want me to do about it.he said he would'nt even be able to look at them till 1pm and it was 1045am. i should have left after the first thing he said to me loud enough for everyone to hear was, great a nail chewer. a women was getting her nails set and dry under the light and fan said oops i smuged a nail. the guy said in a nasty tone, that's great. he was mad he had to fix one nail.a person came in and asked for a pedicure. the guy threw his schedule book on the counter and said, look at my book, i can't help you today, as you can see i am booked up. a women came in and asked for a pedicure and was told it would be at least an hour. than while the same lady was standing there a girl asked to get a manicure,the guy asked her if she had an appointment she said no then he said have a seat here and started doing her nails. like said i went for a set of acryllics. he asked me how long i wanted them. i showed him then he said to me, i'll just cut them to the length i feel they should be. way too short.i left looking like i needed a fill. he was extremely rude and nasty not only to me but everybody who crossed his path. avoid at all costs. just warning you.
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Yes. Plans for how the work site will be cleaned at the end of each day as well as at the conclusion of work need to be put in writing. An experienced general contractor should make every effort to keep the workspace clean and prevent dirtying or damaging any other area. Even so, talk with the contractor about the daily schedule, the logistics of transporting workers and equipment, and how cleanup will be handled.

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