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  • Neatnics The Home Repair Co
    As I recall they were punctual and helpful and polite and cleaned up after themselves. There was one gate that didn't work very well a couple of months later and they came right back and fixed it.
  • Home Safe Home Childproofing
    I was very happy with the service and professionalism at Home Safe Home Childproofing. Pat was very accomodating with my schedule since I work full time and understood the worries I had about our daughter's safety before the house was childproofed. He is friendly and easy to work with, was very nice to our overly friedly dog and took the extra time to point out potential problem areas, which I was very happy to have fixed. Pat and his team came out one Friday morning and took care of all the furniture I needed bolted to the walls and even showed me how we had installed a few other items incorrectly. He made a follow up appointment to install a very much needed gate at the top of our stairs and put up a fireplace guard. I will say that the service is expensive but fairly priced - especially when it comes to the safety of your child in your home. I believe you get what you pay for and I'm extremely happy with the job Pat did. It gives me tremendous peace of mind when my daughter is playing in the next room. My husband and I are not handy and it would have taken days for us to do the work Pat did and we would have probably done it wrong! I highly recommend Pat and Home Safe Home childproofing. He will get your home childproofed right the first time and is easy to work with
    Stacy F.
  • Home Safe Home Childproofing
    Look if you want your child to be SAFE, and not have to worry then hire Pat! He is a true professional. Yes it's pricey, but you really get what you pay for here, and safety is #1 for my child. We have a multi-level house so lots of steps, and Pat installed the top of the line best gates possible! Don't think about this, hire Pat
    Scott S.
  • Home Safe Home Childproofing
    DONNA B.
  • Home Safe Home Childproofing
    Fabulous experience. We have a tricky set-up in our old house, and I couldn't figure out a way to install the child gate at the top of my stairs. Home Safe Home came out and built a nifty little add-on that allowed him to install the gate without damaging my banister. I was impressed with the work, and the price seemed very reasonable to me
    DAN W.
  • Home Safe Home Childproofing
    HEATH D.
  • Home Safe Home Childproofing
    .lPunctual, professional, courteous, and competent. Installed everything quickly and very professionally. Left no mess and left our cabinets in perfect shape. He used products that are very easy to use. Cabinet latches do the job of keeping our daughter out and are easy to use. I recommend Pat without hesitation, will use him again when we need him
    Jon F.
  • Home Safe Home Childproofing
    Pat Kinyon was fantastic. They initially came to my home for a consultation; I was charged a consultation fee. During this visit, they were able to help me identify hazards in my home and come up with solutions so that my child is safe. They mentioned several safety hazards I hadn't thought about, such as glass closet and interior doors. They were able to come up with creative solutions to make modern equipment (baby gates, etc.) work in my century home. They quoted each item separately, so I was able to pick and choose what I wanted to install. Once I'd given them the okay, they ordered all the equipment and installed it the next week. They were very punctual and neat, and the work was completed in about a half day. I would definitely call Pat again in the future
    Kristy D.
  • The Austin Fence Company
    On October 14, 2011, we contracted with Austin Fence Company to erect a wood privacy fence on the rear of our property. Other than Mr. Henry, owner of Austin Fence Company being unpredictable about his work schedule and when the job would be completed, our first major problem arose when Mr. Henry dug holes for the posts on the lines of the property, which were in violation of the City Code. The city sent an inspector out once the post holes were dug, and prior to the fence being erected, to verify that the fence is being erected according to City Code. As a result, the inspector told Mr. Henry that he had to move the fence inside the property line. At this point in the project Mr. Henry tried to insist that we were responsible for his mistake and wanted to charge us an additional fee for the time it would take to re-dig the holes. We refused to pay him anymore than what we agreed to in the original contract. Mr. Henry claims that we told him to place the fence there, but that is incorrect. When Mr. Henry was writing the proposal we questioned about the property lines and how they are determined. Mr. Henry stated, ?I will measure them.? We mentioned that the city requires the fence to come in a certain distance from the property line and he agreed to check into it. Believing that he was the professional, we trusted him and didn?t question the subject any longer. Throughout the installation we had to contact Mr. Henry several times to find out when the fence would be completed because several weeks had passed and he would not show up to our premises for days, or if he did show up, he would only work for about an hour. There were many times Mr. Henry stated that he would be on our property working on the fence, yet he would never show. His promised date of completion would advance several days, if not weeks. When he finally did complete the job, which was on or around December 10, 2011 we were expecting a quality product. As the weeks passed we were able to take a better look at what we purchased and sadly realized that we did not receive the superior job we anticipated. We noticed that a gate was not properly graded and was tearing the lawn, and a post was not properly cemented and was severely leaning. In addition, several slats were broken when he nailed the slats on, concrete along the posts are cracking, slats are missing nails, and the gap between the slats have shrunk from ?privacy? to being able to see in through the spaces in the slats. Our property does contain an in-ground sprinkler system, about which Mr. Henry was aware. Prior to the job Mr. Henry said that if he damaged a sprinkler head that we would be responsible for replacing the damaged head, which we thought was fair. We asked him how many he has broken in the past and he said it only happened once where one head had to be replaced. At his request, we marked the sprinkler heads with wooden dowel rods hoping that would reduce the possibility of any heads being broken. Mr. Henry had to have seen that he was digging post holes directly into the underground sprinkler lines due to the parallel, in-line nature of the sprinkler heads. We did not realize that he broke any of the lines until we tried turning on the sprinkler system in the spring and noticed that the heads did not pop up and the ground was becoming oversaturated along the fence. Upon further investigation, it was very apparent that Mr. Henry severely damaged the sprinkler lines that required extensive labor and cost to replace. For several months (it is now August 2012), we have been trying to get Mr. Henry to return to our property and make the necessary repairs, however, he has refused to repair nothing more than the post. His reasoning is that he doesn't understand why he is responsible for the other issues. Fixing only the post falls far short of addressing the other issues that we have with the fence. When questioned as to when the repairs would be made, Mr. Henry responded with: "It will be done when I can get there. Warranty doesn't state or give a time frame on when repairs should or need to be done." We are still waiting for repairs to be made. I am sure that nine months is more than sufficient to correct the poor craftsmanship, professionalism and product. Please learn from our misfortune and choose another fence company for your fencing needs
    Robert D.
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