Colbert Contracting Services
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Gary was excellent to work with. Great work and Great communication (something that seems to be going by the wayside)Sep 14, 2017Verified
job is just begining but Gary is jumping right in and kicking the project offto a great start.Jun 17, 2016Verified
Gary was very patient and helpful in selecting materials for my bathroom remodel. Work was done in a timely manner and the quality of the work was good. He was happy to return and make minor changes that I requested after the work was done.Feb 28, 2015Verified
I trust this guy. He is attentive, calls me back, keeps me up-dated and does a great job. I have hired him a few times and will be sure to hire him again. I am very (very) happy with product and service Gary delivers.Jan 19, 2015Verified
I had a full bathroom remodel done in my home, and it was LONG past due. There was a lot of extra work to be done in the foundation, including plumbing and structural reinforcement, and despite going over a bit on the time estimate, EVERY bit of time was well-spent, yielding a spectacular outcome, and at a very reasonable price, no less! Gary is very skilled and able to handle every possible issue you might think of when it comes to a complete bathroom remodel. I'm going to use Colbert Contracting Services again on another project in the near future. Highly recommended! The only thing I'd say needs adjustment is the towel bar, which sits a little too low and hits my clothes hamper, but that's an easy fix, and an understandable thing to overlook in an empty room.Jan 5, 2014Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?One important thing to remember is that it costs the same to install a cheap product as it does a quality one. You can improve the value of your project by selecting a higher grade product. You only pay for the additional product, the labor cost is the same. The value of the finished project is much higher.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I learned contracting from an uncle at a very early age while helping him during summer break from school. I went into business management and banking, but didn't feel that satisfaction of taking an ugly room or house and turning it into something special. To be totally honest, there are 1000's of occupations that pay more, but not many that leave a mark for 20 or 30 years. I leave every job happy with what I have done.
- What types of customers have you worked with?There is nothing common about General Contracting. I do remodels, decks, garages, additions, flooring, kitchens, bathrooms, additions. In the past I have done new homes, in ground pools, restaurant remodels, etc, but now I concentrate on smaller jobs where I interact with customers and try to bring their dreams to reality.