|10-22-2013, 03:38 PM||#1|
Joined: Oct 2004
Location: India Wharf
North Scottsdale Garage Fitment Referrals?
Hey you out there in the Valley of the Sun. I just bought a condo as a base camp for my western motorcycle tracks. It has a 2 car garage! I am a snow bird and my passion will be dual sporting trips in the west, and maybe some golf too. I bought a place last month that seems perfect for it. Plus it has a typical garage for the right stuff to go along with adventuring. I say that because in Boston I live in a high rise with no opportunity to have a 'garage'. A garage is a gift.
1. I need a paint guy that can remove a few things in the garage and repaint it and maybe install more lights.
2. I need a somebody to epoxy the floor.
3. Somebody to find and install the cabinets and workbench.
I want this garage to feel like part of my living space.
Any referrals out there?
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|10-22-2013, 09:41 PM||#2|
idiot dirt rider
Joined: Aug 2005
Shoot seabee1 a PM. Among other things I think he does custom cabinet work.
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|10-22-2013, 09:55 PM||#3|
want to be riding
Joined: Jul 2013
We are a licensed general contractor in AZ 20+ years mostly commercial
and while this sounds like a handyman type gig if you need someone to check up on the work let Me know I get by Scottsdale a couple of times a week
as a matter of fact We just redid a condo for a Bank that We do work for
they suckered us into it LOL
I have never seen a flawless epoxy job on old concrete so I am hesitant to refer
if you needed the whole condo painted I have an awesome painting sub but if it's just the garage He would pass
you don't really want to leave the cabinets up to the installer I would at the minimum look at the pre made stuff online that home depot/ lowes has and do the layout for the installer
plus the normal warnings , being a condo with a common wall ? make sure you hire a licensed /bonded/insured installer
god forbid he hits a waterline or even gas when mounting a cabinet just to name one thing that could go wrong
|10-22-2013, 11:10 PM||#4|
Joined: Jan 2011
Location: Solsberry, IN
Congrats on the home away from home.
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