Total Source Remodeling
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Very quick response. Excellent communication and flexiblity to my changing needs. Competive pricing. It was a job to have connected with Craig -Jan 22, 2017Verified
Greg was thorough, professional and polite. He also did a great job of repairing a door in our house.Nov 10, 2016Verified
Did a great job top to bottom. I'll definitely call Greg for my next remodel projectJul 26, 2016Verified
Greg and his partner repaired a fair amount of drywall damage in my garage that was created when an electrician dropped in some new outlets. He also fixed two large drywall stress cracks that had formed underneath an archway inside of my home which required texturing. Greg was a great communicator over email and on the day of service. He did excellent work for a reasonable price and I'd happily recommend his services to anyone who needs them.Jul 8, 2016Verified
Greg added a wall to convert an open area into a bedroom and also added a.closet and door. It looks like part of the original house. You can't even tell it was an add on. The paint, texture and molding match the existing walls perfectly.Jun 26, 2016Verified
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- How did you get started doing this type of work?I was taught my profession from my father he was in this business for over 40 years and since I could walk he would take me to job sites. I tried other lines of work when I was young but I always ended up back with a hammer in my hand.
- What types of customers have you worked with?Although my jobs are always different it seems painting and drywall repair are constantly in need. Another project that I see a lot of is rotted wood repair. Wall paper removal is becoming very popular in the past few years so I see that fairly often as well. My profession gives me much variety and that's one of my favorite aspects of the job. This job is perfect, different people and projects all the time.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?I hear stories from customers all the time about hiring a contractor and giving a down payment to start and never hearing from the contractor again. I also heard of contractors taking draws on the work and basically taking more money out of the job than work completed so then they just walk away leaving the job undone. My point is you shouldnt give a contractor money before any work has been done and never pay out more money than work completed.