A. Curtis Clean LLC
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these peopla are drug addicts and very unprofessional.do not use them.i used one time and they were so hammered they couldnt even perform simploe tasks.things also came up missingApr 28, 2012Angela C.'s reply
I am the owner of A.CurtisCo. LLC.. I was quiet baffled when I received this review for several reasons. One I dont have a John J. in my client archives.. I do have one client by the name of John, who by the way boasted about what an exceptional job we had done on his home and his wife was even more pleased. The only problem I have noted in regards to this particular client is a misunderstanding over a rental management contract that he said he wanted and after all the work was performed he decided he didn't think he should pay the extras he asked for. NO company works for free. However, noone has ever complained of my employees being "hammered" or of any of their belongings coming up missing. I have excellent references from a number of people we have serviced and would be glad to provide those to anyone interested in our services. I feel like someone has changed their name and wrote a bad review for personal reasons rather than professional reasons. If one is too cowardly to confront me as a business owner and feels compelled to change their name.. then they have no business trying to sabotage my reputation. I am currently enrolling in the better business bureau, I am lisenced, and insured. We run a legitimate top notch company and I can prove it to anyone willing to do their homework. I would be more than happy to submit drug tests to any of my clients if they so desire. I certainly hope noone takes this "false witness" seriously.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Always ask for a written estimate or contract detailing the work in question as well as proof of licencing and inshurance. The lowest quote is not always the best you get what you pay for or they will come up short and request more money in the end to finish your job. always shoot for a reasonable amount based on market receartch per square foot on large jobs. small jobs square foot normally won't apply.