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Kimberling Interiors, LLC
About this pro
We were really excited to be working with Scott Kimberling and Mark on our kitchen redo. They came out to our house on multiple occasions, and spent a lot of time with us to make sure they knew what we wanted. They helped us with design and scope of the project. They had good ideas that other contractors weren't open to do (like moving the peninsula and patching the hardwood floor, and adding recessed lighting and smoothing the ceiling). They are genuinely nice people, and we got along well with them. However, we have been trying to get a contract finalized and a start date set up for over 2 months now. We are afraid that if it's this difficult to even begin, then the actual project might move way too slowly as well. Perhaps they truly did fall on hard times (Scott broke his ankle and had surgery, and recently he was supposedly having truck issues), but better communication would have been appreciated. They canceled 2 appts with us last week (very last minute) and they haven't called or emailed since. At this point we will be choosing a different contractor for our project. We believe they no longer want to work with us either, which is fine; we just wish they would have told us this months ago so we could have hired someone else and actually started the project. It could have been finished by now, which is the most frustrating thing of all. (We admit that we weren't in a huge rush to get this done, but we couldn't even get Scott to tell us his timeframe of what was feasible for them to get started. We needed a 4 week lead time to order the cabinets. So the more time that passed without a contract, the farther the possible start date got pushed.) Also, I'm not sure Kimberling is an actual kitchen/bath company. The first contract came through on Mark's company letterhead (not Kimberling's), and it didn't look very professional or include any details (which is why we had requested a new contract, under the Kimberling name, with better scope, but we never received one despite repeated requests). I believe Mark may have been a subcontractor for Scott, or vice versa. (Mark only does the kitchen/bath remodeling, Scott only does the floors.) They said they flip houses together, but we are unclear under which LLC that falls. I think Scott Kimberling is better suited to stick to hardwood floors only. I hate to leave a negative review since we were going to work with them and we honestly wanted to, but it's only fair to warn others so their projects don't drag on like ours did. I would still recommend Kimberling for your flooring needs since the reviews in that area seem mostly positive.Apr 12, 2018Verified
Steve did a wonderful job refinishing our oak stairs. He is a pleasure to work with.Mar 28, 2017Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Our baseline pricing is as follows: Tear out: $1.50 - $1.75 per sq ft Sanding: $2.50 - $3.50 per sq ft Install: $2.00 - $3.00 per sq ft Prices vary based on the size of the job, areas being worked on as well as the types of wood being used on the project.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Before I began a new project, I like to schedule an initial meeting with my client so I can get to know the home I will be working in as well as my client(s) I will be working for. This is essential part of the process in order for us to get our proposal right the first time. Once I have all the information needed I calculate all of the the tangible costs of the job and within in 72 of our initial meeting, I will provide you with a proposal for estimated project time, materials, and labor. If you choose to accept this proposal, we will schedule a convenient time to begin your project.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I've always had a love and passion for wood. I began acquiring my skills of working with wood flooring at a very young age and continued to add to and perfect these skills over my lifetime. After opening the company and hiring the right people I expanded my skills into other areas of construction to include kitchen and bathroom remodeling as well as tile flooring installation.