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Petaluma Commercial Window Tinters

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  • 11 years in business
  • 7 hires on Thumbtack
James L.
Verified review

Kirk and his team performed an interior remodel and a new garage build for my house from January 2011 to July 2011. I am satisfied with Kirk’s work. He is very experienced in new constructions and remodels. He did a very good job for a very good price. Kirk also gave me lots of free extras at his expense. In March 2010 I purchased a 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom house in Union City, California. The house was in good structural condition, but as a foreclosured unit, it needed some rehabilitation. The original detached garage was in poor condition; it was badly damaged by termites and water. My intent was to have the detached garage demolished and completely rebuilt from the ground up. I planned on doing interior renovation at a later time. I found Kirk from craigslist and he had a link to his Thumbtack page. I called him and he came by to give me an estimate. He said he could give me a really good deal on a new garage and do an interior remodel for a little more than what I would have paid for the garage alone. Kirk was really enthusiastic about doing my job, much more so than the other contractors I had come to give me a bid. Kirk also had very good ideas about modernizing the interior. He suggested a bar counter between my kitchen and dining area. He would also turn my empty utility rooms into a master bedroom and master bathroom. And he wanted to create a laundry machine closet. Kirk had an architect draw the construction plans; his architect did a really nice job. He submitted it to the city as part of the permit application process. I wanted the work done with all permits so everything would be by the book. It would also help should I decide to sell the house at a later date. Kirk started out on the interior work first. He demolished the old kitchen and utility room. He built a new kitchen, a master bedroom, a master bathroom, a laundry machine closet, and a small coat closet by the front door. Kirk said he could also do a couple more things to the interior. He would do the labor for cheap if I paid for the materials. So I agreed and Kirk also replaced my front door, front window, and sliding glass door. He also remodeled my fireplace and fixed a bunch of broken things in my original bathroom. Kirk also completely rewired the house. The original wiring was a dangerous mess, a potential fire hazard. The interior work was completed towards the end of April 2011 and all the work was approved by the city inspector. It looked really nice. I received many compliments from friends and family. I am fairly picky with details and I did notice a couple flaws with fit and finish. I pointed out them out to Kirk. He and his workers did fix them. The garage work started immediately afterwards. The old garage was not worth saving so it was demolished and hauled away. The original foundation was unusable. So Kirk jackhammered it out. Kirk poured a new heavy-duty foundation onto an extensive frame of rebar. He tied it into the house foundation. Then he framed the new oversized 510 square foot garage. Kirk added a storage attic with a pull-down ladder. Kirk also poured a new driveway that looked excellent. Kirk added a 50 amp subpanel to the garage. He also gave me a bunch of free extras like wall insulation. Kirk also used roof panels coated with an aluminum heat reflective substance. The garage was completed by the end of July 2011. It looked really nice. Like the interior, I also received compliments from friends and family. The above garage attic storage with the pull-down ladder was really useful. The garage also passed city inspection. There were also a few issues with fit and finish in the garage. Kirk fixed the problems that I pointed out. While the garage was being built, Kirk also repaired my patio awning and side perimeter fence. He did an excellent job on them. One lady even drove by, stopped, and complimented on how nice the outside looks. I am overall satisfied with Kirk’s work. He really transformed my house. Since everything was done with permits, I now have a 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom house on county and city records. If you want to see his work on my house, ask Kirk to give you my phone number.

Pristine Window Solutions
5.0
from 2 reviews
  • 9 years in business
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Eddie P.
Verified review

Great and fast work!! Easy to communicate with!!

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We provide custom auto and home furniture re-upholstery. We also do professional window tinting. Most of our work come from referrals. We offer the best and longest-lasting tint around! One of the greatest things about custom upholstery is that you're not limited to what colors and fabrics a particular furniture store offers or what color and fabric your vehicle has currently. You can chose whatever color and style you can envision!

  • 42 years in business
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Daystar Window Tinting has been serving the San Francisco Bay Area since 1976 with expert installations of specialty window film products. They are providers of Home Window Tinting, Commercial Window Film, Residential Window Film, Security Window Film, Anti-Graffiti Window Film, and glass scratch repair.

  • 49 years in business
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
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Window film installation is one of the most difficult of all finish trades. We get one shot to make it perfect with no way to fix mistakes. The installer is the most important part in the process. Unlike the vast a majority of our competition, we do not subcontract the film installation. We train our installers from the ground up. Our installers are detailed-oriented individuals with journeyman level skill levels. They are equally concerned with quality and efficiency. We have a dedicated, and experienced team — some of them are second-generation from the original workforce.

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PDT offers high-quality, top-of-the-line, custom lifetime warranted automotive window tinting. We provide a specialized window tinting service for exclusive vehicles and even sometimes for homes and businesses. Perfect Darkness Tint offers a fully mobile window tinting service across the North Bay and Bay Area, CA. We are the ultimate prestige vehicle tinting specialists. Perfect Darkness Tint is headed by Jeremy Creager, an international master tinter recognized by many for his unrivaled art and skill in preparing and installing automotive window film on some of the world's most cherished automobiles.

  • 39 years in business
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If you are concerned about rising energy prices, global warming, interior fading of your furniture, artwork and flooring, or if you are worried about the safety and security of your home or business, and are seeking some peace of mind, then window film is right for you! We provide residential and commercial window tinting services.

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How much is it to get your windows tinted?

Window tinting is an easy aftermarket addition that can help reduce your electric bills, decrease glare in the home, increase privacy, protect your furniture and artwork against fading, and better control temperatures throughout your house. The national average cost for residential window tinting is $550. Many window tinting companies charge per square foot, for example, $6-$8 per square foot for materials and installation. Often, companies can offer lower rates for a larger installation project. Window size also affects cost; smaller windowpanes are harder to work with than large, rectangular windows and will likely mean a higher price per square foot. Your utility company may offer you rebates for installing window tinting. Here are two examples of average project installation cost:

  • 110-square-foot window tinting project: $750 for 11 windows tinted.
    • $6.80 per square foot. Customer received $150 from electrical company.
    • Semi-gloss tint.
  • 200-square-foot window tinting project: $1,000 for 10 large-pane windows tinted.
    • $5 per square foot.
    • Reflective silver tint for maximum privacy.
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