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Saldana's Construction Services
Phone: (210) 421-6455 Fax: (210) 521-1234 2315 Painted Sky St, San Antonio, TX 78238
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Factors that raised the rating for Saldana's Construction Services include:
- Length of time business has been operating
- Complaint volume filed with BBB for business of this size
- Response to 1 complaint(s) filed against business
- Resolution of complaint(s) filed against business
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Business ManagementMr. Jesse Saldana II, Owner
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2315 Painted Sky St
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Complaint: On September 19, 2014, I contracted Saldana Construction to install the handrails for the stairs, as he had been recommended to us. We had just had an ordeal with a previous contractor and he was fixing what the other contractor had done incorrectly. The work was started and the rail was installed, however it still to this day has not been completed properly. On October 8, 2014, I contacted Mr. ******* to see when they would be out to finish the job, as well as to inform him that the banister was coming loose from the walls. I did not hear back from him, so I also sent a text message on Otober 9, 2014 trying to set up a date to finish the work. He told me he would let me know as soon as he could send a guy out to finish the work. I did not hear back from him, so I contacted him again on October 13, 2014. This was his response: " We will be there to finish your stairs this week. Sorry it's taken so long but we are finishing some jobs & will be able to get to your stairs." After no one showed to fix the banister, I sent him the following e-mail: *****, Can you please give me the date you will be here to finish the stairs. As per the contract, this was supposed to take two days, and as of today, it has been a month since the contract was signed. You were given a check for the final payment on September 29, and it was cashed on October 1, despite the work not being finished. We were told then that you would be sending your carpenter out. It is now three weeks later, and nothing. I really need to get this finished and the rail fixed, as per our conversation. Again, if you could please give me the date you will be here to complete this job, I would greatly appreciate it. He sent a guy out, who did work on the banister, which I was happy with the progress. We were finally getting something done. The banister was still not painted, as per the contract and there was a hole put in my wall, but that was an easy fix for me. The gentleman who came out was a hard worker and I wanted to see if he would be involved with any future projects, as we had additional work on the house that needed to be done. At this point I will still willing to have Mr. ******* do additional work if that gentleman was going to work on the project. That quickly changed. On November 1, 2014, I sent the following e-mail: Hi *****, Can you let me know when they will be out to touch up the paint on the railing that was taken off during installation. I will be home all day on Wednesday and Thursday. Thanks His response was: I'll have painter come by Wednesday Once again, the painter didn't come out, so I sent him a text message saying the painter didn't show up and I once again tried to set up a time to have the work completed. I also sent pictures where you could see how it was coming out of the wall, where you could see the welding job on the upper banister and the lack of painting. He sent a guy out to paint, but he didn't have the right paint. I gave him my paint to paint the base. He said he would come back the following day, so we rearranged our schedule, however he did not show up. I once again e-mails Mr. ******* on December 11, 2014 to make one final attempt to have him finish the job correctly. The e-mail is as follows: Hello *****, I am making one final attempt to have the railing completed. Again, I have waiting for weeks after you told me you would be out to finish the job. It continues to come out up at the top (it is worse than the previous pictures I have sent), and isn't flush on either level at the wall. it is coming loose on the bottom level and the painting was never completed. Can you please let me know what date we can have this completed correctly. Thank you, Mr. ******* has still not responded and the problems I am having with the rails continue to get worse. On a phone call with Mr. *******, he acted as if he was doing me a favor by offering to completing the work (which he never did), stating I never had a contract with him. He told me I had a contract with the guys who put together the railing. While, I didn't believe this, being that I had a contract signed by Mr. *******, on Saldana letterhead, and the checks were written to Mr. *******, I just wanted the work done. At this point, I have no confidence that Mr. ******* can complete the work properly or in a timely matter, being that the contract was signed five months ago. I will be more than happy to send copies of e-mails, texts, pictures and the contract, if necessary.
Desired Settlement: I am asking for a refund of the cost to have the stairs fixed properly, by another contractor.
Business Response: I received your email for the first time this weekend. I've tried to contact Mrs .******** in regards to her letting my men in to address this issue .I am waiting for her response. I will have my men repair any issue involving work that was contracted by us.
I offered to send the gentlemen she said she preferred to work with. Ms. ******** never returned my phone call so I had no way of communicating with her to try to get this resolved. But she acknowledged I called by rejecting my offer to comply. This is the only complaint I've had in 15years of doing work for my clients.I regret that she is unwilling to let me resolve these issues.Regards, ***** *******
Business Response: Ms.********,you remember the facts a little different than I do. You originally asked me for help because the man who was working for you was fired by you. you asked me for a bid to do several repairs to your entry area that was not completed. You had no stair railings at the time. I provided you with a bid but you rejected the original bid.You asked if we could do only stair rails Mr ******* reduced his original price & I told you I would let him work with you to build you metal stair rails.You accepted that price & your stairs were made & installed by Mr *******. You told me you loved your new rails & gave me a check for $1500.00 to pay Mr ******* which I did. A few weeks later you contacted me stating that the stairs were not trimmed out.So I sent you Mr.********* at no cost to you & again you stated that you loved his work. I doubt that if screws were pulled out of the wall the way your current pics show that you would have praised him.You did ask him to do additional work at your home while he was there & he refused explaining to you that he worked for me & didn't do work on the side.So here we are now & I offered to see what needed to be done to resolve your complaint which you rejected in an effort I think to make me look bad. I again I offer to send Mr. ********* to repair your stairs (only your stairs)to put this issue behind me.
Business Response: I'm willing to work to put an end to this problem.I'm willing to return her money for if she returns the rails we had built.Or she can keep the rails & except $400.00 to finish her project with someone else.
The cost to redo both handrails and paint them matte black will be $966 with sales tax.
The price includes removing both handrails, re-welding them to the correct angle, painting them, and re-installing them.
We will install the wall plates behind the sheetrock.
Our price excludes tape, float, texture and painting of the sheetrock.
As you can see, I will still be responsible for the cost of the sheet rock. The $400 offered will not fix the problem. If I return the railings to Mr. *******, I am out the hundreds of dollars for the materials that I provided to him to originally do the rail, which I will then need to re-buy. So, I will be out even more money.
Please feel free to contact me with any additional questions.
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