Pressure Washing Service - Charlotte, NC
We can beat any price we are insured and BBB accredited my website address is Goodworkconstruction.com we drive to make customers happy with our work
This company was very professional, on time, and took pride in their work. They power washed my drive, and it looks like new. They stained my deck, and it is perfect!
The owner of Goodwork, Gerald, contacted me after I submitted a work order request through Porch.com. Both Gerald and his employee Camilo visited my home very quickly afterwards to walk through my project list: 1- Screw in (2) crawl space vents into the brick 2- Hang laundry room, kitchen, and living room shelves 3- Install kitchen hardware & dishwasher panel 4- Add trim around attic door 5- Add 1 piece of trim in the corner of Sunroom and a small piece of trim in the corner of a hallway 6- Add trim outside above two “skinny” windows & kitchen side door and add brick mold to 1 new window 7- Fix half bath sink leak (broken sealant) 8- Sheet rock repair - at new kitchen window, 3 air vents in master bathroom, island pendants, kitchen sink light, and above kitchen glass cabinets 9- Touch up foyer area (paint) 10- Install vent above stove 11- Sand and stain this 1 inch strip on hardwoods that didn’t get stained Without hesitation, they said there would be no problem completing anything I mentioned, so I trusted them. Gerald and I negotiated $700 to complete the list. Day 1: it took FIVE hours to add brick mold to 1 window (and it wasn’t completed because there is still a gap below the window), install the vent hood above the stove (that was already put together and electrically connected), and hang ONE of two brackets for a shelf in the kitchen (now there are holes in our wall from it not going into a stud the first time and it was crooked so he had to fix it). I texted Gerald that I was concerned how long it was taking. Stained a small inch strip on hardwoods, hung laundry room shelves, added 1 piece of trim in Sunroom & hallway (did not caulk or paint). Day 2: Added trim at attic (did not caulk or paint), shoved 2 air vents in bathroom but did not repair Sheetrock, tried to repair sheet rock at island pendants (did not complete), tried to repair sheet rock at kitchen window (botch job), and tried to do touch up paint in foyer and made it way worse (he said he stirred the paint before using it but I’m not sure). End of day Friday, the plan was for Camilo to come back the next week to finish everything on the list and to fix things that were not done correctly. I stupidly paid the full $700 this day. A contractor trusts his client to pay them after a job is completed. Just like I paid in advance for jobs to be completed and trusted Gerald to complete them (and do it right). After having the weekend to actually really take a look at what all was done vs not done and what was done right vs not, I decided Goodwork was not the right partner for me. Gerald and I spoke that Monday and agreed for him to reimburse me on incomplete projects and go our separate ways, no hard feelings. Well, two weeks later I’ve tried calling or texting Gerald every / every-other day...nothing! He said he would reimburse me. Half my list did not get completed and most of the items that did get done weren’t done right. I have photos of everything. Sent them to Gerald too. What I’ve learned: 1- NEVER pay someone up front until all work has been completed because unfortunately, you cannot trust people. 2- Goodwork advertises itself under the roofing and pressure washing categories. There’s a reason. They could not complete my project list. I really did not want to have to write this bad review. I actually feel bad, even after everything I experienced. I tried to avoid having to do this. But Gerald left me no choice. He did not reimburse me. That’s all he had to do. Make it right; do the right thing.
123 Tribune Dr
Charlotte, NC 28214