Next Level Drywall (“NLD”) was founded by Rob Ross in late 2007, concurrent with the outset of a global financial downturn which had affected all segments of the North American economy, especially housing. However, given Rob’s extensive experience in drywall, his passion for the trade, and strong relationships with his clients read more...
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Next Level Drywall's (NLD) service and workmanship was everything it needed to be.
Our company had over 80 town houses that needed to be completed within a month. With tight deadlines and an even tighter budget due to recession constraints our project was at a standstill. We need the work completed quickly and without any budget increases.
The guys at NLD were not only quick, they were polite and had great communication. We knew exactly what the issues were immediately and were able to solve any site issues without any work delays.
Our company will work with NLD for many years to come.
Next Level Drywall has a TrustScore™ of 2.7. The average TrustScore™ for other businesses providing similar services in Calgary and the surrounding areas is 3. For detailed information on how TrustScore is calculated, click here.
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|Customer Reviews||Last 12 Months||All Time|
|Complaints Received||Last 12 Months||Last 3 Years|
|Suppliers & Creditors||0||0|
|Employees & Sub-Contractors||1||1|
|Posted License Information||Not yet provided|
|Posted Liability Insurance||Not yet provided|
|Posted Workers Compensation||Not yet provided|
|Social Media Profiles||Not yet provided|
|Endorsed by Peers||Not yet endorsed|
|In Business Since||2008|
|Member of TrustedPros Since||2016|
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Next Level Drywall has received employee and/or sub-contractor complaints
Complaint: Worked for rob for a day. he told me i was working 6 12s with sundays off no ot. went in the next day to return his drill and let him know my reasoning for not continuing. 2 weeks later i asked when i should be expecting pay and they told me that it cost too much to employ and bring me on to the "team" and they cant justify paying me. been working with labor law for the last month as he refuses to answer any calls or texts about a self help kit. NOT and Professional
Next Level Drywall ( NLD ) was founded by Rob Ross in late 2007, concurrent with the outset of a global financial downturn which had affected all segments of the North American economy, especially housing. However, given Rob s extensive experience in drywall, his passion for the trade, and strong relationships with his clients, he believed that he could establish a strong small business grabbing market share irrespective of macro market conditions. This is still true to this day.
NLD was founded on the key principals of quality work, transparent and fair treatment of employees and customers, and integrity practiced on all business decisions. The combination of this approach to business and Rob s network benefited NLD, and the company quickly grew in size and scope. The company now employs over 28 skilled tradesman and services 17 clients, which include the 6 clients he started with in 2007.
|Main contact(s)||Andrew Dubreuil|
|Listed with TrustedPros since:||2016|
|Accepts credit cards||Yes|
|24 Hour emergency service||No|
|Licensing information||Contact Next Level Drywall to request licensing info.|
|Insurance information||Contact Next Level Drywall to request insurance details.|
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