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MultiTrade Renovations LLC

Arlington, TX

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I hail from Toronto Canada and graduated with a Small Business degree. My dad called me one day to come to Texas and help him take over the family business and as they say, the rest is history.

About MultiTrade Renovations LLC

hired 16 times on Thumbtack

We are a family-owned and -operated remodeling business, and we have over 10 years of experience in granite and cabinet installation as well as complete turn-key residential remodels and new construction.

Our estimates are always free, and our services include the following:

- concrete
- framing
- drywall
- painting
- tape and bedding
- texture
- electrical
- plumbing
- Vinyl siding
- masonry
- doors and windows
- flooring
- granite fabrication
- custom cabinets
- insulation
- roofing shingles
- pergolas
- patio covers
- home additions
- new construction

We are also fully licensed and insured.


Arlington, TX 76002

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  • 1/5 stars October 25, 2014

    Juan may be good at small projects, but not at larger ones. We wanted to add on to our living room. We hired Juan because he was nice, polite and seemed like he knew what he was talking about. We found out he didn't have a clue. He never looked at the blue prints his own architect drew up. As a result, the frame for our slab failed inspection twice. My husband stepped in and did Juan's job of supervising his worker and our son to make the frame right. Then came time to pour the concrete. This was worse yet! The workers he hired (the night before from Craig's list) had no tools and didn't know what to do. The slab turned out uneven, crumbly and just plain no good. Juan would say he would be out, then not show up. He would tell us the workers will be out, then when they didn't show up, Juan said he gave them the day off. His workers were sloppy and leave their trash in our yard. I would come home from work to pick up their left over lunch and water bottles. It finally became too much and we had to let Juan go. Three months after we hired Juan (for a project that should have only taken 5-6 weeks), and $16,000 later, we only had a screwed up slab to show for it. We have since hired Double Time remodeling and have had more done in the last month than the whole time Juan was hired.

  • 1/5 stars April 7, 2014

    We hired Juan 6 months ago via thumbtack to do the cabinetry in our home office. He received our 1/2 up front...then it became a nightmare! We are in the process of suing him for our $4000 back. He stood us up numerous times, never installed a single cabinet, will not refund our money, and is hiding from the process servers. BEWARE!!!!!!

    Juan V. from MultiTrade Renovations LLC replied to this review on May 2, 2014:

    First and foremost I would like to apologize to Tonya for what transpired with her project. I have made various efforts to install (at least partially) the cabinets that are already made and ready to be installed. I was having a lot of problems with the cabinet maker I was using and that is why there was a delay. (I am not using him for anymore of my projects) I have not been able to install because her husband wants them to be fully functional in the shop in order to install. I offered to have the cabinets installed and then come back once again to finish the project (so they can see that they are fully functional) however Darwin did not want that to happen. I have attempted and still attempting to make this right for them and I am not hiding from anyone but they do not seem to want me to install any cabinetry in their house. I take my Business and my clients very seriously and I would never take money from any of my clients without finishing my work and trying to make it right.

  • 5/5 stars January 2, 2014

    Juan did a phenomenal job on our kitchen and bathroom remodels! He was very professional and did exactly what he said he was going to do when he said he would do it. My wife and I didn't believe the short timeline he originally gave, and even though we increased the original amount of work he still completed it all on time and on budget! Thanks Juan!

  • 1/5 stars December 14, 2013

  • 5/5 stars July 12, 2013

    Juan was very thorough with his estimate and answered all my questions. He took time to explain everything to me. His work was great and I love my new floors!

  • 5/5 stars June 4, 2013

    I have really enjoyed working with Juan during the estimation phase of our project. He was very patient w/ me during this, the first project on our house requiring a contractor and work crew. He answered every question I asked him in a timely and professional manner (and I had LOTS of questions). Even though we decided to delay our project start up until we have more downpayment money for the new room addition (b/c we prefer to pay w/ cash rather than take out loans), Juan has been very understanding and supportive. He has suggested various options (that we are considering) in order to start our project and work in phases. I VERY MUCH appreciate all the work he did to break down the estimate for us and for the assistance he provided us. I definitely recommend Juan for any project you have in mind. He's definitely knowledgable in his craft and will work with you to make your home improvement visions come true!

  • 5/5 stars March 4, 2013

    Multi Trade Renovations provided a bid on my living room project and they were prompt, courteous and professional. I gained knowledge from the process and would definitely recommend this company for your next project.

  • 4/5 stars January 24, 2013

    Partial bathroom tile around shower....vanity custom built and granite top lights installed...since it was the only bathroom in house they had my shower ready to go when they said....the actual work they did was wonderful...knew their work very well....when all was done Juan Jr and Sr came back and hung some things on the wall for me.

Question and answer

Q. Describe the most common types of jobs you do for your clients.

A. Most common jobs are, complete remodels, insurance claim projects, and cabinetry with granite counter tops. Oh and painting.....lots and lots of painting.

Q. What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?

A. Looking for a contractor is almost like looking to buy a new car or a new pair of have to shop around. I suggest getting 3 good bids and picking your best one from there. You must be careful though because you will get what you pay for so wiegh your options at all times.

Q. If you were a customer, what do you wish you knew about your trade? Any inside secrets to share?

A. Not very many people know this, but when it comes to remodeling or adding a room to your home it is not that easy and yes it will be messy and dusty! I try as a contractor to reduce the mess as much as possible, and we do but sometimes it is better to know that upfront as a customer before any type of project begins.

Q. What questions should a consumer ask to hire the right service professional?

A. Well there is many questions you should ask when trying to hire the right professional for the job. I would say always ask for references and credentials. Those two I believe are the most important ones to ask

Q. What important information should buyers have thought through before seeking you out?

A. Before seeking any contractor out the main piece of information needed is schedule, I believe this is very important to be able to work around the customers time schedule and also another good piece of information would be to ask themselves if they are financially ready to have this type or any type of project done to their home

Q. Why does your work stand out from others who do what you do?

A. Well I believe in what I do first and foremost is tell the client everything that is going to happen in their project step by step upfront, basically as they say "lay it out on the table" no catches or strings attached. I pride my self in providing good quality and on time projects to my clients.

Q. What do you like most about your job?

A. The best part about this job is meeting new and different people everyday and learning from them and most imposrtantly having the time for my family.

Q. What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?

A. How soon can you start?
A- I usually answer this depending on how busy we are and what we have scheduled but on a normal basis we can usually start a project a day or 2 after a contract is signed and deposit has been received.

Q. Do you have a favorite story from your work?

A. I usually like all the projects I do, There are some special ones of course. For example....Nancy Bradford's project started out as a roof and carport installation and it turned out to be a complete home renovation. Besides that she is a very kind person who was a pleasure to work with.

Q. What do you wish customers knew about you or your profession?

A. Wow, If I could say only one thing it would be that this profession is more than meets the eye. On a regular basis customers think of contractors as people who will either run away with your money or not run away with your money but give you a mickey mouse job. It is so much different than that, I literally try to battle that on a daily basis but thank to sites like Thumbtack and social media this issue is beginning to fade away

Q. How did you decide to get in your line of work?

A. Well, I have been exposed to the world of construction since I was 14 years old. My dad always made it a point to bring me to his job sites so I can see how difficult it is to work and so I can instead of following in his footsteps, I would study. Well I did learn a lot from going to work with my dad that I did end up in school and studying small business management so I can eventually one day take over my dads business and have my own career, my way, and I believe I am accomplishing that.

Q. Tell us about a recent job you did that you are particularly proud of.

A. Recent job we finished in the fall of 2013 would have to be Paul Harger's kitchen remodel, we pretty much gutted his kitchen and re-design it. His wife wanted a magazine kitchen and I think we accomplished that.

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