Matching on Angi
Once I got my HOA to tell me what color I could paint my house (which took 6 months to decide that I could only paint the same color it already was), it took less than a month for Home Remedy to work through the projects ahead of mine and complete the repairs and painting. The demolition of the second floor roof/third floor balcony was done quickly and coverings were provided for open areas until the repairs closed things up permanently. In spite of wet weather, little time was lost to delays because of rain. The interior demo was faster, since weather was less limiting. The balcony railing was removed and stored to be re-installed. At all times, the workmen kept debris and trash ruthlessly picked up and removed every evening. The rebuilding was done quickly, but carefully, making sure all water damaged wood or wall board was replaced properly. The exterior painting was coordinated so that the three sides not affected by the repairs were done first and the painters simply came around the last corner and found the front elevation ready to paint. After I thought everything was done, the contractor sent the stucco crew back for a tiny bit of touch up, because "it would look better". The interior painting was expertly done, also. The sheet rock was hand sanded for the best result and texture and paint were applied precisely and economically. (There was a fair amount of interior paint remaining.) The interior work space was curtained off to cut down on the amount of dust that entered the rest of the house. The floor was covered with 2 layers of heavy paper, taped securely down. The painter kept the area swept and picked up. My cat couldn't even find something to get on his fur. (He tried.) The interior repairs were wrapped up by re-hanging the blinds and the exterior by a coat of paint on the iron railings of both balconies. My house hasn't looked this good since we bought it 10 years ago.