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P.O. Box 2115 Frisco, CO

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I just had 800 square feet of hand-scraped flooring installed in my house by this company. Ruth was there almost from start to finish. The ones that did the install cut down my doors (the wood was considerably higher than my carpet was) helped me pick out my stain color, installed quarter-round that matched the flooring and disposed of all the waste, including my old carpet. I will definitely be using this company again and would recommend them to anyone.

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I just had 800 square feet of hand-scraped flooring installed in my house by this company. Ruth was there almost from start to finish. The ones that did the install cut down my doors (the wood was considerably higher than my carpet was) helped me pick out my stain color, installed quarter-round that matched the flooring and disposed of all the waste, including my old carpet. I will definitely be using this company again and would recommend them to anyone.

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I don't even know where to begin on this one. Unfortunately, the only people that go online are either the ones who actually did have a bad experience, or the crazy ones. We did do this job for Stacy, and we completed the entire job. In fact, there never was an attorney involved, and she paid for the entire job after we were finished. She did have an issue with some of the boards, which we were willing to take care of. All she had to do is go to Lumber Liquidators and bring a s few boards that she thought were messed up, which she refused to do. She claimed to have pictures showing the difference in height which she refused to send to me. I, on the other hand, still have the pictures showing a beautifully installed floor. The main place where there was a problem was due to dog urine that sat on and under the floor over a weekend. I'm not sure how that's mine or the suppliers fault though.

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I don't even know where to begin on this one. Unfortunately, the only people that go online are either the ones who actually did have a bad experience, or the crazy ones. We did do this job for Stacy, and we completed the entire job. In fact, there never was an attorney involved, and she paid for the entire job after we were finished. She did have an issue with some of the boards, which we were willing to take care of. All she had to do is go to Lumber Liquidators and bring a s few boards that she thought were messed up, which she refused to do. She claimed to have pictures showing the difference in height which she refused to send to me. I, on the other hand, still have the pictures showing a beautifully installed floor. The main place where there was a problem was due to dog urine that sat on and under the floor over a weekend. I'm not sure how that's mine or the suppliers fault though.

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This company is contracted through HSS (lumber liquidators installation company). If you get assigned this company save yourself the heartache and the time and ask to be reassigned or just go somewhere else altogether for your flooring. HSS doesnt seem to be all bad.. but when things go wrong with TNPC and they will.. HSS is quick to let you know that your contract is with the installation company. My installation is not even complete yet and i am speaking to an attorney today. Incomplete installation.. Damanged planks during install.. planks rising above other planks.. Seriously.. i dont know about the rest of their "projects" but if something does go wrong.. GOOD LUCK getting in touch with them.

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This company is contracted through HSS (lumber liquidators installation company). If you get assigned this company save yourself the heartache and the time and ask to be reassigned or just go somewhere else altogether for your flooring. HSS doesnt seem to be all bad.. but when things go wrong with TNPC and they will.. HSS is quick to let you know that your contract is with the installation company. My installation is not even complete yet and i am speaking to an attorney today. Incomplete installation.. Damanged planks during install.. planks rising above other planks.. Seriously.. i dont know about the rest of their "projects" but if something does go wrong.. GOOD LUCK getting in touch with them.

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I am writing in response to the review above. This contractor is correct. I held back $150 of pay from him. He decided, as a contractor that boasts 40k+ wine rooms, when staining a small wine cabinet he built that since he was having problems matching the stain up, he would just brush it on and spray laquer over it. That decision cost me $835 to fix. Additionally, he never filed a lien. Anyone who knows anything about liens knows that 1, over $150????, really???, and 2, neither the customer or I received any certified mail stating his intent nor any other certified mail from him, which is required.

What you have here is a case of a contractor that makes too many promises he can't fulfill. You also have a contractor here that likes to give a bid and then whine about the price and how hard the work is like a 4 year old girl. He is unprofessional and lacks the ability to deliver on his word. His name is Mark Doss and you can see his website at www.mdhomedoctor.com. Yes, he did a fairly good job building the wine rack but what kind of man gets frustrated, ruins his work on purpose, demands money and then decides that it's my fault he couldn't hack it? Seems childish to me.

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I am writing in response to the review above. This contractor is correct. I held back $150 of pay from him. He decided, as a contractor that boasts 40k+ wine rooms, when staining a small wine cabinet he built that since he was having problems matching the stain up, he would just brush it on and spray laquer over it. That decision cost me $835 to fix. Additionally, he never filed a lien. Anyone who knows anything about liens knows that 1, over $150????, really???, and 2, neither the customer or I received any certified mail stating his intent nor any other certified mail from him, which is required.

What you have here is a case of a contractor that makes too many promises he can't fulfill. You also have a contractor here that likes to give a bid and then whine about the price and how hard the work is like a 4 year old girl. He is unprofessional and lacks the ability to deliver on his word. His name is Mark Doss and you can see his website at www.mdhomedoctor.com. Yes, he did a fairly good job building the wine rack but what kind of man gets frustrated, ruins his work on purpose, demands money and then decides that it's my fault he couldn't hack it? Seems childish to me.

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I did a very small job for Jesse weimer under the terms of getting paid when I was done. Guess what he did not pay me. I have since spoke with other contractors who did not get paid either. I see a pattern developing. Anyone who is thinking of using his services, should consider this. I am now putting a lean on his customers home. This will prevent them from seling thier home until i am paid. Just seems like alot of trouble to me. Not really worth it but people need to know things like this when hiring a contractor

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I did a very small job for Jesse weimer under the terms of getting paid when I was done. Guess what he did not pay me. I have since spoke with other contractors who did not get paid either. I see a pattern developing. Anyone who is thinking of using his services, should consider this. I am now putting a lean on his customers home. This will prevent them from seling thier home until i am paid. Just seems like alot of trouble to me. Not really worth it but people need to know things like this when hiring a contractor

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I am writing in response to the review above. This contractor is correct. I held back $150 of pay from him. He decided, as a contractor that boasts 40k+ wine rooms, when staining a small wine cabinet he built that since he was having problems matching the stain up, he would just brush it on and spray laquer over it. That decision cost me $835 to fix. Additionally, he never filed a lien. Anyone who knows anything about liens knows that 1, over $150????, really???, and 2, neither the customer or I received any certified mail stating his intent nor any other certified mail from him, which is required. What you have here is a case of a contractor that makes too many promises he can't fulfill. You also have a contractor here that likes to give a bid and then whine about the price and how hard the work is like a 4 year old girl. He is unprofessional and lacks the ability to deliver on his word. His name is Mark Doss and you can see his website at www.mdhomedoctor.com. Yes, he did a fairly good job building the wine rack but what kind of man gets frustrated, ruins his work on purpose, demands money and then decides that it's my fault he couldn't hack it?

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