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About Affordable Renovations

How does your service stand out?

Well I was in the catering industry for 20 years before i got into construction field 10 years ago. I like to say that I treat clients and my work with level of service i use to bring to catering. I try to anticipate what my clients needs are and put that before anything else.

What do you enjoy about the work you do?

The thing that mostly inspires and moves me is the end result. C'mon were talking about changing people’s lives. People are investing their hard earned money and time into their homes. People deserve to be treated with kid gloves. I enjoy watching client’s expressions when they see the final product.

Location

Chicago, IL 60618

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  • 1/5 stars General Contracting Verified Review

    Don't let that mission statement fool you. this is a contractor from HELL. He lies, never show up on scheduled times, Lazy and is workmanship is very poor in quality. everything he did fo me fell apart and was done over by someone else. He nickles and dimes you and will suck you dry when it comes to money. Everytime he shows up always finds something else that is wrong and will cost more money. RYN FROM HIM. I had to fire him because he is a terrible contractor and ripped me off for a lot of money.

    John M. from Affordable Renovations replied to this review on November 10, 2012

    Wow Terri for someone who calls themselves a Christian women you are a horrible liar. I pray God forgives you and that you find peace. I'm not even going to waste my energy defending myself again I pray that God forgives you. I did. God Bless you Terri.

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