New Life Construction
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Very happy with Cliff's performance. Put Vinyl on my garage and made it look new. Put a counter top and cabinets in my old kitchen. I will use Cliff again when I need help on other projects. BillMay 19, 2015Verified
I had a quick response, quick estimate, and they just finished the work. Excellent craftmanship. We were thrilled with the professional way all work was done and the conduct and attitude of the workers. So pleased! Highly recommend this company. AAAAA+++++Aug 12, 2011Verified
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- What types of customers have you worked with?The two most common jobs we perform for customers are Remodeling and Flooring. Remodeling Bathrooms seems to be at the top of remodeling jobs right know. Complete renovation of the bathroom including New Shower or Tub, New Cabinetry, Flooring, Plumbing Fixtures, Lighting, Tile. The big trend now seems to be Walk-in Tiled Showers. Laminate and Tile flooring throughout the entire house would have to be a close second on the list of wanted items done for our customers. With Laminate flooring being so easy to maintain and clean, more and more people are choosing it for Bedrooms, Kitchens, Living Rooms, Etc. Tile flooring seems to be more popular now. Bathrooms and Kitchens are probably the most common area of the house to install Tile. The type of jobs our customers want always changes. So staying up to date with the newest products out there is always a challenge, But our customers are more aware of what they want than ever before.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Always make sure your contractor or anyone you hire to do work on your home is knowledgeable. Never pay for a job completely until it is done and has been gone over by you and your contractor. And it never hurts to ask for references from your contractor, if they are any good they will not have a problem with giving you several peoples names. And call them. Remember it is your money and your home, if there is something that you don't like about the job tell your contractor, " In a polite way" about it. Most contractors are willing to make things right with you. Remember to always convey what you expect from your contractor in the beginning. It's always important to be on the same page.