After giving a $17,000.00 deposit to another contractor, the company went out of business with no notice and left the Clark family desperate
After losing a significant $17,000.00 deposit to a contractor that went out of business and disappeared without notice at the start of their project, the Clark family was desperate to mitigate their financial loss and still have construction completed in a quality manner. You may have heard about this story on the local news, since it happened to several San Diego homeowners. What do you do in this situation? Luckily…the homeowner called Pacific Restoration.
We went out to meet with the homeowner to walk thru the plans of the project on the very day the previous company was scheduled to start construction. Unfortunately this meant that the project was behind schedule but with this in mind, we quickly generated a detailed estimate and put together an aggressive schedule that would allow the homeowner to move in by the deadline set by the former contractor.
At Pacific Restoration, we don’t take deposits. This means that there is absolutely no chance of ending up like the Clarks or any of the other homeowners that lost their hard earned money when their prior contractor failed them. All payments are scheduled to be paid upon completion of a portion of the project or upon full completion of the entire project, depending on the size of the job.
The homeowner was able to move in on time this past weekend and the project came out beautifully. Every inch of the house has been remodeled with a new kitchen, new bathrooms, new interior/exterior doors and windows; the entire house has beautiful hand texture finish and paint on the inside, stucco repair and new paint on the exterior.
We told the owner that we really enjoyed working with them, but were sorry we had to meet under these circumstances. She said “That’s ok, if the situation with the other contractor had not happened, I wouldn’t have met you guys”.
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