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I had a unique problem with the electrical pipe foam cover on my roof that rodents like to chew on. I read Cruz' profile & he seemed to fit the job. I called him & he came over to assess the problem. He Suggested a quick solution which made sense to me. So I hired him right away. Cruz is professional, easy & pleasant to work with. He did extra work no charge. Thank you Cruz.
I hired Casiano's to replace my kitchen faucet. The faucet was making noise and then water spray got clocked. I had already purchased a replacement faucet that was recommended by my HOA, so I just needed someone to come and replace it. I wasn't able to be present, but my renters liked that setup was friendly and professional. When I arrived to inspect the work, I found everything as good as new. I also appreciated Casiano's flexibility to accept payment via PayPal. This allowed me to not bother my renters with payments, inspect the work afterwards and pay without scheduling further visits.
We recently had our rental apartment insulated by the guys at Home Team Services, I was able to convince my landlord after reading up on the benefits of the spray foam insulation or SPF as they call it, we had been suffering from poor insulation from the 50 year old insulation done in the apartment and the landlord wasn't happy with the energy bills after our repeated complains and him having to keep the heat on all the time. The job was done within the time frame promised and there wasn't any mess left behind, we now have a nice and warm apartment ready for the winters and I'm sure despite the cost our landlord will be happy with the bill savings in the long run, and also with less nagging from tenants.
Alfredo and his crew did a great job, installing insulation and the plastic membrane which covers it quickly and professionally. They were careful to put foam caulking around all the windows and plumbing passages too. This was a sizeable project: a two-story addition to my house, with some complications like a stairway and skylights to work around. There was a little delay when they ran out of plastic and none was available on a Saturday, but they came back on Monday and stayed until the job was finished, not asking for more money than had been agreed upon. I'd recommend them to any friends of mine contemplating a similar job.
I hired Attic Cat based on their good online reviews, however I had a bad experience with the workers. - We had a rat issue in the attic. I specifically told the estimator that I want to make sure that all of the rat droppings & rat contaminated particles from the attic get cleaned up and not get into my living space, as I'm pregnant and need to be very safe. I can't believe that the workers left a ton of vacuumed up rat contaminated dust/trash in my front yard! When my dad noticed it and talked to the workers, they promised to clean it up, however later they just hosed it down with water, which made it impossible to remove! - We had a disagreement with the workers about the scope of work around 1pm (we had paid for the rat proofing of the whole house and complete insulation replacement for the whole attic). The workers at the house wanted to check with the lead worker although we showed him the contract. The lead worker left around 11:30 (he said that he was going on a lunch break) and didn't come back until 3pm when the two workers in the house finished everything else. As soon as he came back he wanted us to pay him and leave and he refused to remove the rat contaminated insulation in the garage. We eventually called the estimator and got them to finish the work. - The workers's behavior was very unprofessional. They didn't communicate well. They took down a furnace panel from the attic without telling us, and we found it laying in the backyard and didn't know what happened. They also turned off the furnace without telling us and they didn't turn it back on!!! We found out a week later when we couldn't turn on the heater and it took us a few hours to figure out why. On the day of the work they just entered the house through the unlocked front door. We suddenly saw a few workers working in the house and had to ask them "who are you?? " Yes we left the front door unlocked as we are anticipating them to come, but it didn't mean that they can just enter and start working without confirming with/notifying the owner first! I understand that the workers don't speak much English, which could be a reason why some of those things happened, but they still should have communicated with us somehow. I complained to the estimator on that day, who was very polite and promised to contact the owner of Attic Cat and get back to me, but he never did. Later I called the office to spoke to a lady, who was very apologetic and also promised to contact the owner and get to me and "make it right", but she never got back to me either.