Matching on Angi
Ceiling Fan Installation
This was a tough to evaluate. I was happy with what was done, but not very happy about the process. I had bought a Euro-style range hood that needed to be installed. A person from the company came and estimated the job, which included removing the existing cabinetry and range hood, redoing the drywall with popcorn, and having me purchase some necessary supplies and rent a popcorn sprayer. The work was somewhat delayed owing to an incomplete range hood shipment. I decided to do the cabinet demolition work, and the area was ready for the project when the handy man arrived. First, none of the stuff I bought would be used, so I returned all of it. Second I was told I would not be happy with their drywall work to match the existing popcorn, so after the project was complete, I contracted this work done at an additional cost of $325. And after the range hood was installed, I was billed an additional $190. for an additional person who was needed to help and for supplies. So the work was done well, but the estimate was completely off - no demolition required, no drywall repair. So I'm not sure how to evaluate the work. In a sense, I acted as a subcontractor. I wish there were a way to split thus - A for the work and C or D for the process.