After having my water heater burst, flooding the living room, kitchen and one bedroom of my condominium, I contracted with JPC Restoration, of San Marcos, California, to be the General Contractor, in charge of hiring and managing all necessary subcontractors, to accomplish, but not
limited to, the following work:
---removal of water
---removal of all damaged flooring and drywall materials
---dry out and dehumidification
---install new flooring (carpeting and tile)
---install new drywall, texture and paint
---clean up excess construction dust and debris
JPC Restoration hired and managed all personnel to accomplish all the work listed above, and ask me to move out of my condominium while the work was completed. James Padovano, President and CEO of JPC Restoration assured me all of the contents in my condominium would be safe from damage or theft. Upon his assurances I moved into a motel for 19 days.
After moving back home from the motel I discovered that the following jewelry, Onyx ring with half carat diamond, Sapphire ring, and 2 gold pendants, totaling $2,760.00 when originally purchased, had been stolen, and proceeded to file a police report after Mr. Padovano said his insurance would cover the loss if a police report was filed.
That was two months ago. To date, JPC Restoration, Mr. Padovano, or the insurance company, have not made restitution, or offered to reimburse me for the stolen items. No one from JPC Restoration, their insurance company, or Mr. Padovano, have returned my phone calls and emails.
As a result, people need to be aware of JPC Restoration practices prior to hiring them to do any work.
They do not honor their agreements, they do not manage personnel properly, and they damaged and/or broke other items they said they would replace, and to this day, have not repaired or replaced the items.
MY ADVICE DO NOT DO BUSINESS WITH JPC Restoration. They can not be trusted!!