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Run away. They quoted a residential job and about a month later I contacted them to schedule. They moved it out from the first scheduled day, and then when the crew arrived on the new date said they didn't have the right hose to blow the insulation. Another crew was to come the next day, and when they arrived they said they didn't have enough hose either (no one told them how much they would need). They rescheduled a third time before Christmas, and called the night before to cancel, blaming it on a broken truck. Said they would call back to reschedule between the holidays - they didn't. Said they were busy with commitments to builders at year end. Said they would call after the 1st - they didn't. I called this morning to give a final chance and they said they would call back - they didn't. They claimed to have multiple crews but they behave like a one truck company, only worse. At least with a one truck outfit, the guy that commits does the work. It seems they do work with builders of new housing and residential owners are the lowest priority possible. The woman that does the scheduling is pleasant and attempts to be professional, but she is unable to make commitments. And, the first time it was scheduled, they sent a curt email the night before saying that I had to have a check for payment in full to the crew. "No check, no install" No good morning, no asking me how I intended to pay, no explanation of any company policy, no thank you for your business.
Residential insulation, homeowner
Area Atlanta, GA
Cost $3,000 - $4,999
Date January 2017
Posted: 2/22/2017 • Link to this review
Woodman was recomended by a contractor friend of ours. Their estimator was thorough and friendly and even pointed out a problem we had in our crawl space. The installers were there within a week and did the job for much less than we had expected but exactly to the estimate. The office people don't seem to communicate very well about who is calling the customer about service and payment but that really didn't negatively impact the overall job.
Posted: 2/23/2011 • Last edited: 11/26/2012 • Link to this review
In late April 2010, we had Woodman Insulation blow in GreenFiber cellulose stabilized loose fill insulation into the attic of our 1954 ranch house, R-49. The salesman had come out previously to give us a free estimate, which he estimated by measuring the outside perimeter of the house and doing some calculations. The estimate was emailed to me from the office a couple of days later. My husband and I were shocked at how much lower the estimate was than we expected, and we knew immediately that it was worth it to us to have someone blow in insulation for us rather than the two of us trying to blow it in ourselves to save money. Woodman's quote was so affordable that we wouldn't have saved a substantial amount of money doing it ourselves. 3 guys came out and filled the attic to 15 or 16 inches deep (R-49) in about 2 hours beginning to end. The initial job wasn't completely to our satisfaction, as the depth was too variable from one end of the attic to the other, but after we asked them to add more bags of cellulose, they did. Woodman even allowed us to pay approx. $300 less than the estimate b/c the size of our attic was overestimated, & many fewer bags of insulation were actually used than how many we were quoted for. So we saved money there too. The attic looks great now & we're very happy we chose Woodman. You should give them a call and get a free quote!
Posted: 6/04/2010 • Last edited: 11/26/2012 • Link to this review
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