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Working with Dennis and the entire Spectrum One team was an absolute pleasure. We had heard horror stories about kitchen remodels gone wrong, and were nervous about taking on this remodel. Dennis helped us through each step in the process. Every day, the team showed up on time and made progress. The whole project (knocking down a wall to open the kitchen to the dining room, installing new floors, counters, backslash, appliances, creating a new pantry, and re-doing a bathroom) took just over four weeks. Their price was in line with other contractors we talked to, but the quality, transparency, and efficiency were top notch. I would highly recommend Spectrum One, and wouldn't hesitate to work with them again in the future.
The guys at GoPro Construction were excellent. Had renters trash a house in Sacramento and needed a contractor to rehab/remodel the place in a timely fashion. Brian and his crew did just that. Excellent kitchen and bath quality, as well as better value compared to the other bids I got. The whole job went smooth, except for me getting to the project late one day. The home is so much more fresh than the old style....I guess in a way I lucked out with the bad tenants, as now I have a place where I can raise the rent pretty significantly. Will definitely use again....Will post pictures later, as none in computer.....thanks.
Todd painted the outside of our house that had not been painted since built in 1975. It is a stucco finish that really sucked up the paint. Todd stuck to his bid even though more paint was needed than the typical house. Plus, he worked with us to decide the color that we love and have had many compliments on. Todd finished the job in the amount of time he estimated, a very quick couple of days. All in all, very thorough and professional. His experience really helped us understand the options and make good decisions.
Remove tile from existing fireplace and replace with stone. Frame out kitchen island with wainscoting. Garret and his team were very efficient, on time and had attention to details. The projects performed were redo's from the housing contractor who did shotty work, walls not flushed, etc. SOTA was very meticulous in making sure everything met up correctly and looked they way it should. They kept the areas cleaned and made sure to clean up after themselves. Stayed late to get the project completed. I would use them again in a heart beat and recommend them for interior improvements.
Mr. Thompson is gregarious, friendly, and everything you want from a contractor -- clear, concise communications/contracts, punctual arrival, expertise, work completed in timely manner, "surprises" handled with professionalism, & integrity ... even laughter! I would recommend this company without reservation.
I talked to a few contractors before deciding to go with Infinity to remodel my bathroom. They were profesional , timely and finished on schedule. The cue less shower came out better than what we were hoping for. We are working with Infinity on plans to remodel our kitchen. We definitely made the right choice hiring a contractor. We would recommend them to anyone looking for an honest contractor with exceptional workmanship. Thank You Infinity
Great job. The roofers I hired replaced the fascia without painting then so I hired Jose to finish the job. Finished the job fast and did a good job.
I asked Michael to do some tile work for both baths walls and kitchen flooring. His job was well done!
Nick (owner, Colony Construction) and Dakota are doing a medium scale bathroom remodel in our new house. We didn't have a contractor recommendation when we decided to have the bathroom remodeled, so we were careful to call Nick's references before we began. All the references gave glowing feedback about Colony Construction and Nick specifically. Nick is wonderful to work with: his work is conscientious, careful, and clean. He explains every step of the process, and keeps us updated on progress and upcoming steps. He has good ideas for meeting our needs when obstacles crop up (it's an old house). We're very happy with his and Dakota's work, and would highly recommend them.
Usher Building did a fantastic job on our garage conversion project. The owner, Joel, is very knowledgeable, skilled, and professional and does very high quality work. His price was competitive, and he was very honest and trustworthy to deal with. Most importantly, he followed through and really exceeded our expectations. This was a full garage conversion that involved new rafters, framing of closets, relocating plumbing, new windows, expanded doorway, electrical, insulation, drywall, laminate floors, molding, closet doors, shelving in the closets, etc. We were thrilled with the results and we couldn’t recommend this contractor more highly.
I had a such wonderful experience with this company the first time I continued to them back for more projects. Hakob is honest and works hard to get the projects completed in a timely manner. He response time is great and he never leaves you hanging like other contractors are known to do. His prices are affordable and I never felt like he was misleading with his quotes. I highly recommend APS Inc.
We wanted a modern kitchen and Sahar helped us pick the right colors and material for the renovation. Her contractor was very good and finished the job on time. Overall a great experience and we are very happy with the result. She was professional and really helped us in choosing the right material.
It went very. Ricky and his crew were very nice and trustworthy. Gave him a key to my house since I was unable to be home during the times they would be working my bathroom. He was fair with his pricing and so nice. I have had 2 contractors work on place before and they had such bad attitudes. I will definitely use Ricky again and recommend to friends. Also loved how respectful they were of my Home and keeping it clean as much as possible while working.
The project involved converting the lowest level of a tri-level home to a separate living quarters for my daughter. The bedroom, bathroom and utility room were left intact. The primary effort consisted of: closing off the open space between the main kitchen eating area and the large family room; providing a separate entrance to the family room; replacing an 8 foot window with a sliding door, landing, and steps from the eating nook; removing a wet bar, and adding a kitchenette in the family room. The kitchenette required installing: cabinets; appliances; electrical and plumbing; lighting fixtures; quartz counters; tile flooring. George Smith, owner of BMT Builders, was an integral partner of the design process, which included the home owners and a Kitchen Design specialist. George's expert experience in this process resulted in many practical improvements to the design and physical layout of the kitchen. He provided the detailed plans for the permit, and advocated for the home owners interests with the county personnel- which was critical in obtaining approval of the project. The care and dedication to the job which George and his assistants provided were commendable, they worked exclusively on this project until it was completed. The craftsmanship of the finished product adequately reflected George's perfectionist nature. His integrity was above reproach; his word was as good as gold in all aspects of this project. There were many unforeseen obstacles encountered during the project; George always provided the owner with a menu of options, explanation of the choices, and any cost ramifications. He included any suggestions offered by the owner in his recommended solution. His suggested approach was both pragmatic and artistic; but, always focused on getting the effort done the correct way- never cutting corners. As with any project of this complexity, some surprises arose; the most significant one involving relatively new code issues, which were not included in the initial plans. The electrical wiring for the new appliances and kitchen outlets originally were planned using the existing 200 amp panel. At the initial site inspection, the county agent informed us of additional code requirements that would necessitate installing a new main panel and running new electrical circuits from this panel to the new kitchenette. This change in approach had a modest impact on the schedule and cost of the project. In retrospect, this could have been mitigated by more detailed review during the permit process.