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Contacted Designers Furniture to have a custom farmbouse table built. After reviewing several designs with the owner, found one that myself and wife liked. And Jerry (owner) knocked it out of the park. From the staying in contact with us throughout the process, to the finished product (perfect rustic look, good, SOLID, sturdy finished product), our experience was outstanding. I was worried about the tight deadline we gave Jerry due to some unforeseen circumstances, but he met our timeframe with a great product! i will continue to do business with Designers in the future. Great experience, highly recommend!
I hired R.K. Concrete & Contracting to install a concrete patio, steps, and a pathway to our deck steps. I was extremely happy with the results and will be calling them back for our future concrete work! Rob and his guys were really pleasant and professional and they were onsite at my house every day until the job was done. Also, Rob designed the layout to include curves in the concrete instead of everything being squared off. This was a great idea and made the results stand out even more. I also had them clear out an area of thick brush in our back yard. Again, very reasonable pricing and excellent work.
Ray came to fix a threshold problem I had with the laminate flooring in one bedroom. He figured out how to take care of it and repaired it accordingly. He also replaced an interior door which had to be adjusted to fit. He repaired the door jamb as well. I found him to be punctual, polite and very professional. He was careful to clean up and did a high quality job. I will definitely be hiring him again!
Hired for several repairs on 2 1/2 car garage. replace wood, gutters, etc. Prompt, great job. Would recommend.
John did an extraordinary job refinishing the wood floors in a house we recently bought (which hadn't been updated in decades). His knowledge about what would make the floors look best was exceptional and his dedication and passion to make things look great was clear (I think he had higher standards for our floors than we did!). The most impressive piece was how quickly the job got done. He re-did our large living room/dining room/hallway area, sanding multiple times to get through old layers of past finishes and re-stained them within 3 days. His drive to work long hours and his dedication to perfection are evident in the photos below. He was meticulous in how he prepped the floors, and the level of care he put in to cleaning them up after sanding/before staining so they looked perfect. We now have more projects we want John to complete knowing how competent and dedicated he is. I would not hesitate to recommend John to anyone for working on floors or any other wood project!
Charles remodeled the kitchen in our small Brookline home. We were most impressed by the quickness and cleanliness of the demolition process. Charles went above and beyond to assist us with choosing the perfect tile for the backsplash and floor. Charles showed up on time every day of the renovation and did a spectacular job in reference to the quality of work. We are ecstatic over our new kitchen.
Jesse did my kitchen and other work that I needed for my insurence co very professiel would have him do any work that Iwould need done in future very good jobs am happy
Bill is profressional, courteous, and very skilled. He did repair work on our deck, changed a faucet and doorknob. He's a pleasure to work with and we would highly recommend him.
I hired Dan to assemble patio furniture and exercise equipment at my home. He scheduled my appointment quickly and was very professional. I recommend him for any misc contracting and handyman jobs. I will hire Dan again in the future.
I have refinished lots of furniture, mostly antiques. I can refinish any kind of wood product but I think it's only best for people who have a personal attachment for refinishing otherwise it might be too costly.
We take the time to make sure the item we are working on is done in a matter that will add value for the owner
Let me make that great wood floor beautiful again. I will come to your home, seal off the area to be work in, remove the offending previous mess of a paint job/stain/vinyl floor/bad taste that the previous owner left on your hardwood floor, bag it up in hefty garbage bags, and remove it. That's step one. Then for step two, I will complete the removal of the said nastiness from your soon-to-be-lovely floors using the tools at my disposal. Note: I do not use bad chemicals on your floors or in your home. I never use them in mine; why would I use them in yours? If I use paint removal compounds, they are strictly "green" and government approved to be so. Next, my favorite part - sanding. This is where my sealing off the work area really pays off for your home. It is also where I don the ventilator mask and eye safety protection mask that my kids tell me makes me look like a bug. But sanding is the first real step, to me, to seeing the character and warmth in your floors that new floors and laminates just can't hope to duplicate. Ahh, I love my work. The wood gets four coats of sandings - coarse, medium, fine, and steel lamb's wool - before I even think about staining. After I stain, the floor gets another rubdown with steel lamb's wool, just to make it silky to the touch, and if it needs a touch-up with the stain, it gets one. Next stop, staining. Lots of people with pine floors don't want to stain, which leads the wood to get a nice, warm, reddish glow over the years. It does, however, make the floor harder to keep clean [natch] over the years. My floors are pine (my house is over a hundred years old), and my husband preferred an oak stain. I scratched my head, but I went for it. I have to admit that it looks great. So, score one for the husband. There's a lot of debate currently on whether or not to seal wood floors. I will do this if you want me to, but personally, I'm against it. Floors that are sealed up are, I've found to my sorrow, floors that dry up and can crack. You are much better off not sealing the floor, but brooming the dust off of it weekly, or swiffling it weekly. Once a year, rub it down with (brace yourselves) olive oil. Yep, good old-fashioned olive oil, with maybe some lemon oil mixed in for fragrance, will do your wood good. Forget the expensive, fancy-schmancy stuff you can buy online. Olive oil - that's the ticket. I go for the natural treatments of wood, and of other things, as much as possible, not only because it's the best for the living things in the household, but because it works best. I don't give price estimates online, because I like to see what I'm working with first. What I do is refinish a free twenty-by-twenty-inch area of your floor for free. Gratis. Nada. You pay nothing. Ever. I like to see what I'm buying, and I like to treat the customer like I'd want to be treated. That is my way to giving an estimate. If you like what I do, I'll finish the floor. If you don't, we part friends. I hope to hear from you soon. Let's get that floor of yours looking good and feeling great under your bare toes. Suze
I do all aspects of furniture repair and refinishing in my shop, including custom fabrication of cabinets and furniture. I also perform handyman services like door and window repair and installation and small structural repairs.
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