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Pechtel Custom Woodworks operates out of Santee, CA and holds Cabinet, Millwork And Finish Carpentry licenses according to the California contractors license board.
Pechtel Custom Woodworks has a BuildZoom score of 90. A BuildZoom score of 90 means that the only information we have about this carpenter is that their license is active and they can legally work in this area. In order to become licensed, a carpenter must prove expertise, and in most states be bonded and insured.
Their license (517389) was verified as active when we last checked. If you are considering hiring Pechtel Custom Woodworks, we recommend double-checking their license status with the license board and using our bidding system to get competitive quotes.
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Boyar's Kitchen Cabinets was established at the end of 1974. As an alternative to the rising costs of new cabinets, Mr. Boyarsky was among the firs... more Boyar's Kitchen Cabinets was established at the end of 1974. As an alternative to the rising costs of new cabinets, Mr. Boyarsky was among the first to develop the process of cabinet refacing, thus cutting costs and time in the remodeling process. Throughout the years, the company became known for its outstanding workmanship and reliability. Mr. Boyarsky was chosen twice by the Contractors State License Board to participate in helping develop the new exams to license new contractors. 2010 marks our 36th year serving San Diego's kitchen cabinet refacing needs! We would like to thank our all of our customers, employees and partners in contributing to our ongoing success.
Hired: November 2013 Various projects: Trim 3 exterior doors: used MDF instead of pine or cedar – after 10 months trim is warped, surface buckle... more Hired: November 2013 Various projects: Trim 3 exterior doors: used MDF instead of pine or cedar – after 10 months trim is warped, surface buckled and needing replacement. Part of the quote on this was to un-install and re-hang one of the doors, they did not do this and did not give me a credit for work not done. Kitchen Island: Did not put electrical in conduit – Inspector noted and said needed to be fixed, but did not hold up final sign off. Corner molding has come off. 1 Book case unit and 1 Book case & Desk unit: a.) Did not build per signed off drawings, did not fix. b.) Had to make them finish out the underside of the desk which was left raw and rough. c.) drilled 2 holes in aluminum desk top when cladding underside of desk, did not fix. d.) used wrong material for the underside of desk top, did not fix. e.) dropped paint on aluminum desk top and marred surface, did not fix. f.) painted surfaces were left rough and minimally covered. g.) wanted the remainder of the WilsonArt aluminum laminate that I bought outside of the contract for the desk top. They could not produce the left over from the 4’ X 8’ sheet which could have been used for the underside of the desk, it would have been about a half sheet. Received a quote to install pocket door hardware on 3 doors but they ended up telling me that they would not be able to install because they had never installed the kind of hardware I had. There was nothing professional about the work. It took from November 2013 when I received quote until July 2014 for me to finally “cut bait”.
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