Ready 2 Remodel LLC
Hired 10 times
15 years in business
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Dominik is a nice guy. His pricing was better than most and the quality of work was good. The project dragged longer that initially estimated but the main issue I had with Dominik was that he was hard to get a hold. As far as schedule goes he overpromised and under delivered. This was a complete kitchen remodeling project that required different set of skills. In the end everything turned out fine and the kitchen looks great. I would recommend him based on the price and my belief that most likely I will have the same scheduling issues with most good contractors that don't brake the bank.Jun 29, 2016Verified
I was very pleased with the work. We were looking for a contractor for months for our kitchen remodel. They helped us with the design and selecting the materials and finished within 5 days. I love my new kitchen and I will definitely use them in the future.Sep 10, 2015
We hired this contractor for a remodel job that consisted of removing a wall to combine two rooms, electrical work, installation of a ventilation system, relocating the heating/AC thermostat and a water line/water cooler, installation of a wall & door, etc. During both our initial meeting and subsequent meeting/final walkthrough before starting the project, we were assured that the project with me completed in 5 days. Based on the assurance we proceeded with hiring the contactor explaining that our business needed to reopen 2 days after the 5-day deadline date.. we were told that wouldn't be an issue. Work was to start the following day, a Saturday. Until this posting (3+ weeks after the work started), I still DO NOT consider this job complete. It has been more than a week since I've heard back from this contractor after calling, emailing, and texting on multiple occasions. The contractor was supposed to come back to install a water cooler that somehow got damaged during the construction & the thermostat never worked correctly, constantly blowing out heat when the A/C was turned on. I subsequently had to hire two additional contractors to complete the work that was included in the original work order and should have been completed by this contractor. Immediately, we began to notice issues and red flags They were scheduled for a full day of work, however, we received notice via email less than an hour before the scheduled arrival to the job site that staff will not arrive today. When I noted my extreme disappointment, the staff were blamed and the owner didn't take responsibility and failed to understand that I hired his COMPANY, not his "STAFF". Consistent late arrival to the job site. The crew would constantly arrive 30-90 mins late. This was extremely frustrating as we were already several days past the deadline at that point. The project manager/owner was rarely at job site to answer questions and workers could not communicate effectively (language barrier). Skeleton staff - when we discussed the project and met on two separate occasions before the project was awarded, I was told that there would be a staff of at least 3 and that the project would be completed within 5 days. There was a staff of 1 or 2 each day, pushing the project past the scheduled due date. Shotty work - door frames, uncaulked holes, uneven baseboards, etc. The owner just seems to have a basic nonchalant attitude. When I raised a concern, he would act as though it wasn't an issue at all. Example, a sump pump was removed from my space (4th-floor commercial loft), when pulled up from the floor, water came out and ran it my downstairs neighbor's business, who call me complaining about that water and the loun constriction noise now that we have a huge 2 ft x 2 ft gaping hole in our floor that leads directly to her loft. I immediately text him and said the issues needed to be resolved, at least the hole covered to mute the noise asap. His response was that it would be completed in about 2 hrs (it didn't get resolved for another 3-4 hours. Changes the specs of the project without consultation, notification, or approval from the client. The staff DESTROYED my hardwood floors by dragging equipment & junk. All in all, while this contract was less expensive than some of the others, I ended up paying more due to shotty, uncompleted work, and unprofessionalism.May 29, 2020Verified
Recently I had remodeled my bathroom. I really like the titles and colors selected. I would recommend this company to my friendsOct 22, 2016
Electrical and Wiring Repair
During the first true cold spell of 2017–a day when I couldn’t get as much as a call back from an Electrician Dominik came through in the clutch and expertly diagnosed and resolved my electrical issue. Professional, efficient, and skilled.Dec 7, 2017Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Most pricing is based on the square or linear footage. It is important to schedule a free in home estimate to receive proper measurements and accurate pricing. We have new specials and discounts running through the year Give us a call to see how we may accommodate your needs.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?We address the issues and concerns as well as answer any questions you may have. We provide samples and pictures of previous work to help confirm or find and generate new ideas. Working with your style selection confirming which direction you would prefer a project to go.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?We have over 20 years experience in remodeling. Individuals are trained specifically in their trade: Cabinetry, Flooring, Carpentry, Tile, Plumbing, Electrical.