Blue Collar Building Contractors
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I hired Eric and his team for a bathroom remodel converting a half bathroom/laundry room into a full bathroom and a separate laundry room extending into our garage. His price was competitive with other contractors but his confidence and knowledge got him the job. From day one I knew we hired the right company for the job as they got here early and were flat out throughout the project. The craftsmanship was professional and they didn't cut any corners. The end product was the bathroom of our dreams fully tiles and with a beautiful frameless glass door for the shower. In fact he did the extra little things like replacing entire cast iron sewage pipe to pvc to endure we don't have a problem in the future. They exceeded our expectations so much that we hired them for 5 extra days to help with other projects around the house like new wood flooring, new cabinets, new tile ceiling, updating plumbing features, updating electric and even some hardscaping work in our pool area. Highly recommend them to anyone looking for work fine to their property and will be more than happy to be a reference.May 24, 2016Verified
I hired Eric to replace the tile in my shower floor and three tiles on my backsplash, and ended up having him repair my porch, replace the basement floor, repair window screens, cut several needed access panels in walls, install a backflow valve, and a few other odd projects. He and his worker show up, work hard, and thoughtfully consider each project. Once we sell this house we look forward to hiring him again for projects on our next home.Apr 22, 2015Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I typically charge between $600-700 per day. That covers the labor for me and 1 or 2 employees. Materials are at cost.
- What types of customers have you worked with?Bathroom / Kitchen renovations, Plumbing, Heater repair. Chimney liners, Tile floors, tile back splash.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Get a few quotes. Choose the right size company for your task. I recently renovated a kitchen for $7k in labor, which covered me and 2 employees. The other bid was for $16k. Some contractors price out a bid for a home run on every job. Other contractors simply have a lot more overhead, and alot more equipment, and payroll.