Matching on Angi
Daryl was able to come out and give me an estimate within about five days of my initial call. He was able to start a few days later. Daryl, Randy and Francisco arrived in the early afternoon to clean the rain gutters and install the gutter guards. Daryl gave instructions to Randy and Francisco and then left for another job. He told me he would probably have to return the next day to finish the repair of the support beam on the patio. Randy and Francisco finished the gutter work by the end of the day, however they didn't have time to repair the support beam on the patio. Randy scraped out some of the rotted wood and left it to dry so that Daryl could finish it the next day. Unfortunately, Daryl was not able to return the next day so the project started to become delayed. When he did return a few days later he found he had to remove more rotted wood and allow more drying time. With a combination of a couple of rainy days and conflicts with a bigger project he was working on, he wasn't able to get back to the project for several more days. When he and Randy did return late in the afternoon they discovered they still needed to remove more rotted wood and allow more drying time. By this time the Christmas holiday was an interruption. He was not able to return between Christmas and New Year but I used the time to thoroughly spray the affected area with termite poison. Finally on Jan. 4th Francisco arrived to finish the job. His work was extremely careful and professional. He explained to me how he would do the job and reiterated that his work would not be "Mickey Mouse." He took extra care to finish the ends of the beams with redwood and cut and sand so it looked like original construction. He sprayed additional termite poison into areas he recut, and he carefully painted the repaired surface twice. Francisco's attitude and work was excellent in every regard. The project took about 3 weeks from start to finish.