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JWE Designs
from 59 reviews
  • 6 years in business
  • 88 hires on Thumbtack
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Sarah L.
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We hired Rob to repair the deck on our rental property. We needed the flooring and railing completely replaced. Rob's work was just beautiful--including routed edges, diagonal seamless board flooring and stylish railings. The work looks very professional. The job was completed in just a couple of days. We couldn't be happier. We will definitely hire Rob for future work and highly recommend him.

Byrd Home Improvement
from 41 reviews
  • 63 hires on Thumbtack
Allison F.
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Mr. Byrd was an absolute pleasure to work with during the painting of the interior of my newly purchased home. His prices were way more competitive than any other quote I received and they were able to fit me into their schedule right away. They patched small holes in my walls, primed when necessary and went above and beyond to make me happy. He called to check in each evening to make sure that I liked the color of the paint and the work him and his team had done for the day. They did tremendous work and will be coming back shortly to paint my kitchen cabinets and master bedroom (because I couldn't decide on colors while they were painting all of the common areas). Will definitely be recommending to friends and family and will invite him back into my home when I decide to start painting other rooms in my home.

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  • 9 years in business
  • 24 hires on Thumbtack
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Tricia F.
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We hired JFItzgerald to do several jobs at once. Roofing, tearing down and rebuilding a deck, tearing down old fencing and putting in new fencing, vinyl siding repair are just some of the items. Everything was completed in a timely manner and looks great! Not only was John very professional, he provided great customer service and was a very tidy worker. There was never any trash or debris left lying around. We will definitely hire him again in the future and will recommend him to anyone looking for a General Contractor.

3D Remodeling,Inc.
from 26 reviews
  • 30 years in business
  • 47 hires on Thumbtack
Elliot P.
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Awesome level of experience and professionalism, his workers and contractors have already been weeded out from the others and boy can they deliver. This is the guy to use!!!

Redesign & Remodel, Inc.
from 11 reviews
  • 10 years in business
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Charles B.
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Redesign & Remodel completed a deck project that consisted of replacing planks, pickets, railing, deck cleaning and staining. The workmanship was professional and 20 year old deck looks new. I highly recommend for any home repair projects and will be using them for additional remodeling work.

  • 22 years in business
  • 11 hires on Thumbtack
Stephanie L.
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We met with several contractors for estimates. From the very beginning Jeff made a great impression on us from his in depth knowledge on all aspects of the project- be it carpentry, plumbing, electric, building code, etc. He was able to point out areas of concern or consideration that we, nor any of the other contractors, had ever even realized. I’ve heard so many horror stories about contractors but Jeff was a regular Holmes on Homes. On day 1 during the demo Jeff spotted a major issue with a load bearing wall that the builder just covered up. Without missing a beat or charging anything extra Jeff resolved the problem and kept on working. He was there early and stayed late- he even worked through the weekend, sick children and Christmas Eve to finish the renovation in record time, in addition to the many other projects we hired him to complete after we saw what amazing work he did. Jeff provided a detailed estimate and stuck to it, even providing me with all the receipts for his material purchases during the project. I couldn't have asked for a better experience!! After I found out that Jeff built his own home from the ground up I knew I made the right choice. He is literally a jack of all trades (or, rather a ‘Jeff-of-all-trades) - an encyclopedia of construction knowledge. When we hired Jeff, I had no idea I was hiring a team. While Jeff knew all about the plumbing and electrical that were needed, he had associates of his come by to complete electrical and plumbing work. More miraculously was the fact that he had his associates coming by at night, on the weekends or at any time of day needed- all without going a penny over the original estimate. From beginning to end, Jeff was 100% professional, prepared and diligent. Working for 2 weeks straight, not taking a single day off, nor leaving without putting in at least 10 hours each day, I was absolutely stunned by his work ethic and dedication. I cannot sing his praises highly enough nor find enough words to do him justice in the eyes of a meager review. I have absolutely no doubt that I will be calling Jeff again in the future for any and all projects I may have and recommending him, and all of his associates, to anyone who will listen.

R.M. Custom Improvements
from 10 reviews
  • 6 years in business
  • 13 hires on Thumbtack
Toniya M.
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Ryan did a really good job with patching the holes we had in our kitchen and mechanical room. He arrived on time, gave us a good estimate and completed the task in time.

Stafford Construction
from 2 reviews
  • 8 years in business
Nancy R.
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I asked several people to come out to my house to get estimates for repairing my deck. A lot of the wood was rotted and the railing was not secure. Mr. Stafford was very professional and gave me a lot of quality for the price he quoted. The repair took a couple of days. He cleaned up afterwards. He asked me if it was like I wanted it before he left. Then, he called me after a few days to make sure I was still happy with what was done. The deck looks phenomenal and I will definitely use his services again.

MV Services
from 2 reviews
  • 10 years in business
  • 4 hires on Thumbtack
Gustavo D.
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Complicated restoration of curved stair rails in Durham, NC. During the interview Marvin was very professional, creative and proposed alternative solutions. During the installation he was more than wiling to make changes to respond to the field conditions. During the final punch list he accepted my comments and suggestions and made the necessary modifications to my satisfaction. The job was on time. The final product exceeded my expectations. I would hire Marvin again.

Latin Builders
from 3 reviews
    Kinsley R K.
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    Verry pleasant experience, our project was done on time and INTO the budget. They will do more home improvement projects for us

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