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Hi, we are Xtreme Contracting Services. We are a painting, roofing, siding, and gutter company located in Columbus Ohio. We truly believe that every homeowner in America should have access to an honest, reliable, competitively priced contractor. Help us grow by contacting us for a free, no-obligation estimate so we can service you and your home. We are licensed, bonded, insured and carry a 100% satisfaction guaranteed stamp of approval on all of our projects. We also apply a three-year workmanship warranty to all of our jobs.
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|Columbus, OH 43229|
|Contact Tim Moore|
|Tim Moore accepts cash, checks, Paypal and credit cards|
We are licensed, bonded and insured up to 1 million dollars. We are an EPA Lead-Based certified renovator and have the ability to work on Lead Paint renovation & repair projects. We are currently working on becoming an Owens Corning Preferred Contractor as well as a member of The Better Business Bureau of Central Ohio.
The most frequent questions from customers are: 1) Do you have insurance? Yes - up to 1 million coverage
2) How long will the project take? We give the best answer depending on the time frame that coincides with the project whether it's an entire roof or a small repair.
3) What other services do you offer? Our main occupation is painting, roofing, siding & gutters, however, we have a license and the experience to do things such as bath and kitchen remodels. With that said, we don't turn it down if it's a good fit for us and the client.
1) How many years have you been in the industry?
3) Do you have references?
We offer a 3-year workmanship warranty on all of our projects. We are always available for questions or concerns after your job is complete.
I'm most proud of the paint job we are just finishing at The Columbus Jewish Foundation. We've torn off approx. 5-6000sq. ft. of wallpaper and have painted all of the walls using 3 different colors. It's a project that's rewarding because a lot of the members at The Jewish Foundation have already raved on how much they like it. I know they'll continue to enjoy it.
I got started in construction in high school - concrete work. Shortly after, I got involved heavily with the painting and gutter trades and eventually moved into roofing & siding. I now have 15yrs experience that covers everything from actually doing the work to running the business side of things.
I am a chocoholic who will literally buy a different box of brownies each week if I have never tried them before. Fudge, chocolate chip cookies, Hershey Kisses...it doesn't matter, I LOVE CHOCOLATE!!
We average approx. 150 projects in a year. Everything from small repairs to larger scale projects involving roofing, siding and painting.
I think the economy dictates the answer to this question to a certain degree. Currently, homeowners are willing to spend money on the practical things like: new roofs, siding & gutters if needed, urgent repairs. Any jobs that are practical and not luxury are popular right now.
My experience with customers is that a good number don't quite understand the "process" as well as contractors wish they would. The best example would be HGTV, who shows a TV audience some really nice projects. The problem with the way they portray the projects is the fact that they do a really bad job at showing you the actual process of the project. They do a very good job at showing you the before and after. In other words, a kitchen or bath remodel on HGTV that takes 2-3 days is more like 2-3 weeks in the real world.
I would recommend that the client (especially on a site where you're asking for estimates without a contractor looking at the project)has every possible detail involved. Everything like: pictures, measurements, material being installed whether it's a sink or wood trim - aluminum or vinyl siding etc. Most contractors are going to be willing to give a labor price as long as they can see pictures of every angle and know the measurements. If it's a roof, it's better to simply call the contractor out.
The first thing I would do is see if you can handle the project in question yourself. Do-it-yourself people save a lot of money on labor. However, there is a catch. You have to have the ability to do the job correctly, especially if it's something like plumbing, electrical or HVAC. If it's roofing, siding or gutters it can be a major safety concern if you're not accustom to heights. All reasons why you should call a professional if you are not 100% comfortable.
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