We own an older manufactured home that needed updating. We had a budget we needed to stick with to accomplish our "must have done" list.
Primarily Mr. Marsh was hired to:
1. Tear out all the carpeting throughout the two bedroom home.
2. Replace the carpet with wood-grain vinyl flooring throughout the home with the exception of the two bathrooms and the utility/mud room.
3. Remove old kitchen ceiling and lighting and replace the ceiling and lighting with "CAN" lighting.
4. Paint old kitchen cabinets and doors plus walls.
5. Paint the ceilings and walls in both bedrooms and add new trim.
6. Build a small hall closet with new door and trim
7. Replace old front door with new door
8. Paint living, dining, kitchen, and bedrooms plus add new trim around doors and floor after new floors were finished.
9. Add some electrical outlets/dimmer in kitchen and dining room areas.
10. Replace old cabinet hinges and handles on kitchen cabinets and door knobs on bedroom doors after painting bedroom doors.
We were extremely pleased with all of the work Mr. Marsh completed in our home. He made an old home look updated and refreshed. We always receive very nice complements from family and friends telling us how nice everything looks!!
He stayed within our budget even after we added some extra requests.
Mr. Marsh stayed in communication with us, which was vital.
His education as an engineer and experience at building and remodeling homes were a wonderful asset to his professionalism.
Mr. Marsh was able to give us a very detailed and reliable bid that was less than two other bids we received from other contractors.
We would not hesitate to have Zach Marsh back to update our bathrooms and utility room when the time is right for our budget.
He was professional, reliable, and most importantly, he was honest in his dealings with us. He took care of all the shopping and gave us choices that were within our budget. He also completely cleaned up after himself and hauled away all the old carpet, pad, and other debris.
This was a great help since we are retired and it would have been very difficult for us to go out and do the shopping for materials, and to haul away all the old material.
After nearly two years, I believe I would have had him put two coats of paint on the kitchen cabinets and doors. I'll have him back in a few years to paint them again when they begin to show wear. I hope he will be available when we need him again.
David and Diane Smith