Remodeling Contractor - McDonough, GA
Since 1972 we have spent a lifetime dedicated to making peoples homes the visions they want. Quality and personal work has always brought referral buisness. We believe in quality workmanship not just the cheapest price. There is no reason to sacrifice money for inferior quality work. Your home is one of the most important investments of your lifetime. All of our installers have met our criteria before joining us. They all believe in the same values as we do and will not sacrifice quality workmanship. We don't haggle on pricing. We give our best price up front the first time. There is no need to high pressure sell , we are confident in our prices and service. We are customers to and we all want to be treated the same way. We treat you like we would want to be treated. We offer a 10 year warranty on all finished labor and workmanship. Can even use Lowe's or Home Depot cards to get their promotions. Background checked Insured Journeyman carpenter certified since 1976. Master carpenter since 1985 ASHI Home inspector certified since 2003. EPA technician type 1 and type 2 HVAC since 2002. Trane Cooling and Heating
I almost gave up after several dishonest contractors, until i called Charlie, I told him I needed my deck replaced, I gave him the exact measurements for a composite deck over the phone and he gave me an estimate within minutes and then the next day, he came to my house, took some measurements and the estimate he gave me over the phone was still the same, and even after he completed the job. I'm so blessed and thankful to have found a good, honest and reliable, well mannered contractor. During the process, he and his crew answered all my questions and reassured me from all my worries and concerns. I was truly amazed with the outcome of my deck, the quality of his work. This guy is awesome!!! Thank you Charlie for doing an excellent job! My composite deck looks beautiful!!! :) Luz
We recently went into Lowe's to try and get some help installing a list of things. Some of it could be done by Lowe's and some not, but Keith in door department opened up porch.com and we looked at the installers on the list.We chose CAP and called.Charles came out the next day and had a good price and we liked his honesty. He called Keith and gave him the list of materials we needed to purchase.Keith had everything ready to go for us when we came to pay. Smooth process and i am grateful we were able to get everything done in 2 days and didn't interfere with our holiday plans.Great job and we will definately use Charles again.Thanks and Happy Holidays.
I like what Tereq at Lowe's showed me in this porch.com i will definately be using it more to find other help for my home.Charles was very fast on his is calls and showed up and finished with in his time frame..would use again A+
Lowe's was going to be almost 2 weeks to have our appliances installed.We asked if they had anyone else that could do it and was recommended and they pulled up the porch profile and had several listed.We chose Charles and glad we did.He called us back the same day and sceduled install the day our delivery was to come.Even though it wasn't a big job he showed us several things the builder didn't do right and should have. It also explained why we had small water puddles every so often .He drove back to Lowe's to buy some clamps and a new hose kit and finished.He didn't charge us anything for the trip or time and we reimbursed him the receipt and gave him a tip:) Thank You Charles ...your card hangs on the fridge now for future jobs.
McDonough, GA 30253
|12x10--- 8 feet high
build a 12x10 deck after old one was demoed. 1/2inch bolts attached to house every 16 inchs on 2 sides to minimize post. 6x6 post all screws no nails number 1 grade deck boards number 2 grade structure wood material was 1100ish tax and delivery included. through home depot labor was 1200
tear down old 10x25 deck build new 12x25 deck screwed and bolted number1 grade decking 6x6 post also installed a new door on back of house at deck, blinds in the glass-door was around 400 and 150 labor
Customer wanted basement finished. had to reframe some 1200 labor and material drywall hanging and finishing was 11k material and labor electrical was 3k material and labor plumbing was 3k material and labor -customer painted material was around 400 or so -customer did on special sound insulation think said was around 2k in material. I haven't got the after pics yet once they done painting ill get and upload.
HOMEOWNERS PAY ATTENTION: The home owner used homeadvisor garanteed installer.They say background checked, insured, licensed same as porch.com and all the other sites like these.Let me be clear NONE of these sites do background checks and don't look hard into insurance as it can be faked so easy.This guy was a career criminal and had fake insurance but when homeowner called homeadvisor before getting an estimate this is one of the ones they reffered to him and said he was a trusted installer .ALWAYS do your own research on anyone coming on your property.( this is why i try to only do work from referals) First set of pictures is what i saw when we arrived to do the job...its horrible.The home owner chose this guy because he was a trusted installer and smelled of sweet honey like most jacklegs. The guy charged 2700 to tear down the 10x10 and rebuild it and the 3x3 stoop.The customer paid half up front which is normal but after he finished the stoop and left he never returned.long story short the homeowner finally tracked him down in jail and turns out has a long history of jail. He asked me to take alot of pictures of what he did wrong. He did his own backgrounds so he could try and get his money back through court etc. I was able to let him buy his material from lowe's and get 18 month no interest and then pay me for labor only this helped absorb some of the hit he took getting ripped off by the other guy and 18 months to hopefully get a legal win. The guy dug down maybe 4 inchs for the post, the bolts were not even screwed in so it could have easily fell over.The joist were notched to a 1 inch piece holding up the deck id say a 300 pound person would snap that piece off.stair stringer was cut backwards i think he used old stringers to trace from maybe.Cuts weren't even close to straight not sure if maybe he used a chainsaw to cut wood.Anyhow look at the before pics to see what never to do when building a deck.
had a leak from all the rain.got leak fixed and needed stain gone.
removed old basic globe style lights in home. installed 11 lights 1 chandelier customer bout them all from Lowe's for couple hundred dollars
customer wanted to change up kitchen a little so laminate ctops best option for a quick new look. demo and hauled off old ctops removed sink removed gas stove installed new ctops fixed leak under sink installed old sink back installed old stove back readjusted doors on cabs to close again ctops were around 400 from Lowes
|redeck and rail 13x16
customer wanted to not rebuild all new to save some money and substructure was still in great shape.So just made it look pretty again and usable. remove old deck boards and railing. tear down old stairs and landing build new stairs on other side. redeck with new boards and new railings. screws and bolts no nails 13x16 material was 1192$ demo was 300$ labor was 1280$
|stair tread replacement
customer had tryed to use the deck restore stuff from home depot and did not work like she thought. removed treads replaced with new premium #1 grade deck board screwed not nailed. material was around 300 from Lowes