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"We initially contacted
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for a consultation because my husband and I needed an inexpensive way to maximize the value of our 40 year old home before listing it for sale. We couldn't be happier with the end result. They understood exactly what our intent was from the start which made the entire process stress free. Their creative approach to utilizing much of our existing floor plan and utilities infrastructure, paired with their knowledge of specific materials and design elements that positively effected the current
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value of our older home was exactly what we asked for. They finished well within our projected budget and accomplished what we intended. I would strongly recommend them to any homeowner looking to remodel. -
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"Working with
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and her team could not have been any better. I highly recommend
them if you want anything remodeled or you are building something new.
They were professional, caring, on time, creative, hard-working and they listen to you.
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"We worked with
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to do a complete kitchen remodel, and a refresh of a laundry room and powder room. We are very pleased not only with the results, but the entire process from design to completion.
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is the business owner and handles the sales and design aspects of projects.
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is a very honest person and was always up front and forthcoming about what options would cost. He also is very good at planning a job to make sure everything runs smoothly. On the project design,
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was always very enthusiastic and was a pleasure to work with. He was able to understand our vision of what we wanted and use his expertise to make it better than we ever could have done on our own. He was always working on new ideas, whether it was dropping off new tile samples that he was excited about, or sweating the details on the
perfect paint colors. We appreciated the personal attention and passion that
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put into our project.
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is the project manager and is responsible for the construction, schedule, and quality of the job. We couldn't have asked for a better person to work with than
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. He was always on top of every single detail, and it was clear that he took the schedule and job quality very seriously. Whenever we would ask him a question or give feedback, he would always make sure to take care of it; I can't think of a single time when
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forgot something that I had talked to him about.
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is a very nice person who knows how to get things done on time with a level of quality that he would expect in his own house.
Our job came in on time and on budget. Everyone we worked with was professional and friendly. The results were everything we wanted, and for a job this big it ran very smoothly. We will definitely be working with
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on our next remodeling project.
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"I bought a floor model gas Viking cooktop in January of 2012 with the mistaken understanding that it was a 2012 model. The Viking service rep (many service companies will not service Viking) I just had out informed me that it is a 2009 model and therefore will never be under warranty even though I filled out the warranty card. This may be due to a misunderstanding with the salesman who does not work there any more. It was an extremely busy day when I bought the cooktop. I had also tried to call that salesman several times after the sale but he was unresponsive. (Again, in FSB's defense, that person does not work there anymore.) When the model was delivered, it was missing a part which I did not know about and FSB found out and sent it to me at no cost so they provided great service there. The cooktop also had many more scratches than I remember seeing when I bought it but may be my fault for not examining it more closely. I did get a deal on the floor model but I would advise anyone else to spend the few extra hundred dollars and actually get a new model.
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measured my kitchen and helped me design the perfect cabinets. He even helped with granite countertops and lighting which does not even benefit
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. As the process went along, I found out that I had a hot water pipe in my soffits that I couldn't move so I wound up having to go with custom built cabinets but I would use
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again in a heartbeat.
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"The work was performed in a professional manner and was on schedule.
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started the project when promised and kept to the schedule even though we made several changes to the project along the way.
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used quality plumbing and electrical subcontractors that apparently work with him on most of his jobs. We were very happy with the overall project. UB Kitchens supplied the new kitchen cabinets and
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worked closely with UB on the cabinet work.
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was always pleasant and professional and we felt we were dealing with a very honest and dependable contractor.
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"Ours was a large kitchen remodel. We went all the way down to studs and sub-floor.
Work began around the first of October and was to finish by Thanksgiving. The last bit of work actually completed the first full week of January.
General complaints: In many cases workmen did not show up at agreed times. Schedules provided were meaningless. Our contract stipulated that work area was to be swept and left tidy and this did not usually happen. Sometimes our calls and emails were not answered for a couple of days.
General praise: The Diamond Remodeling team works well with people. They listened carefully to our concerns and worked with us in good faith to resolve issues. There were two situations that developed in our job that could have blown up into shouting matches, and they handled them professionally and with aplomb until mutually acceptable solutions were found. They also have a high standard of workmanship. Although their subcontractors didn’t always do stellar work, Diamond
always made it right by redoing the work to their (and our) expectations.
I am pretty handy. In this contract, I wanted to do much of the demolition, plumbing, electrical, painting and some flooring work myself. I really appreciated Diamond’s willingness to work with me to divide the work. Other contractors we interviewed
would not do that for liability or other reasons.
This review will continue with specific challenges first and then cover the high points, so jump ahead if you just want the good stuff.
The first and largest problem we had was our countertops. Before contracting, we made it clear that we wanted quartz countertops. An allowance of $2400 was written into the contract. Having no experience with purchasing quartz countertops and not knowing the actual rates contractors pay for materials we assumed this value was reasonable. Nope! The cheapest quartz countertops that we could buy were $4100 and the kind we wanted were $574 more. Was this bait-and-switch or an honest mistake? We didn’t know. It took a long time to resolve this problem. It came out that Diamond had not checked current prices before the allowance was written into the contract. To resolve the problem, they offered to absorb the difference between the allowance and low end cost. We picked up the $574. We were unhappy with the experience, but very pleased that in the end Diamond did the right thing. Our tile allowances were low too, but in that case we were less clear to them about what we wanted. The bottom line to this story is: make sure you know what you are getting for the provided allowance.
Now to drywall. The first subcontracted drywall company appeared at 6pm one evening and put up all the drywall in twilight or in darkness with a small shop light. The next day they put a texture pattern over it that did not quite match the rest of the home. Being on a tight timeline, we painted the room anyway. Drywall panel joints were obvious and the mudding job was 2nd rate. We complained and Diamond agreed that the work was not up to their standards. As a result, Diamond brought in another drywall company, reworked all the seams, re-mudded and retextured all the walls, and repainted the room at their expense. Again, not a good experience and very time consuming, but Diamond satisfied us with their professional response.
We had issues with appliance installation. Neither the pressure regulator nor downdraft fan for the gas cooktop was installed. Also, the cooktop was not screwed down to the countertop or sealed. The oven had fingerprints all over it and didn’t even work because power was cut off at the breaker box. (Workmen hadn’t even tested it to make sure it worked before they left). The kitchen was left a mess. It all looked like a rushed job by amateurs. Once again, Diamond came in and performed all rework necessary to make it right.
We frankly wondered how a company that had the reputation and longevity of Diamond could have sub-contractors that did work of such dubious quality.
If appliances, countertops and drywall were the low points, flooring, tile and cabinets were the high points.
We couldn’t say enough good things about our cabinet maker. For 2/3rds the cost of modular cabinets at Lowes we had cabinets hand made to order. They are beautiful. Diamond’s subcontractor was an artisan with real pride of craftsmanship. If our kitchen is now a magazine quality showpiece it is because of his work.
Another company did the tile and floor levelling work. The tile splash guard was carefully installed and is eye-popping. The tile floor in the joining utility room was meticulously placed. Again, it is obvious when people take pride in their work. And the guy who leveled our, VERY challenging, floor was a real pro. He took the time to do it right. We could tell his work was much, much better than the team that leveled the floor when the house was built.
One of the things we really liked about Diamond was that they never questioned our standards of quality and they never tried to talk us away from them. Instead, they supported our call for high quality work throughout and worked on our behalf with their sub-contractors to deliver what we wanted to our satisfaction.
Finally, although the cost was more than we expected, Diamond’s was on the low side of the five bids we received for the work. We feel like we received good value. And, we now have a truly beautiful kitchen. Our lower ratings simply reflect the angst incurred while working through the countertop, drywall and appliance rework issues. Absent those problems, we would have given top ratings.
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"We had an excellent experience working with
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. Both
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are extremely well organized and great to work with. They have a great team of folks who helped make our kitchen renovation a great success. Our project involved taking down two walls and creating a large eat-in kitchen. Their step by step process for making all the selections was very helpful. We were able to add many nice features to our cabinets and drawers such as soft-close features. The custom cabinet design maximized our kitchen from a layout and storage perspective. I couldn't believe how much storage we ended up with! In addition to the detailed planning process,
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uses an online system where we can all track the schedule for the project. It was great to see how all the pieces of the project flowed and stayed on track. The teams who helped with all the major systems - plumbing, electrical, hvac - were great to work with, ensuring that we had an excellent end result.
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"I have used
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for two projects, a bath a couple of years ago and the kitchen during the fall. The Bath was completely gutted to the studs and reconstructed, the Kitchen was a complete renovation, but we maintained the basic layout. We replaced countertops, backsplash, all appliances; added a wine refrigerator, a professional type range and a warming draw at the bottom of the oven/microwave wall unit. We had to reconfigure a number of the cabinets to accommodate the additional appliances. We also replaced all cabinet doors and draw fronts, in addition to refinishing the base cabinets and reconfiguring some cabinets into drawers.
In addition to being extremely professional in the quality of the construction,
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was also very helpful in guiding us through the
selection of materials. I had a pretty good idea of what I wanted and he help suggest certain materials and finishes that would achieve my goals. Everything he suggested was spot on. I couldn’t be happier.
I was also extremely pleased with the quality of subcontractors he utilized. They were all extremely professional and the quality of their work was outstanding.
I intend to call
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soon to renovate our Master Bath.


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"Finished job was good, but process was terrible! Three day turn around promised, took a month. Schedules were not kept at all.
First crew cut sheetrock and did not cover anything and I am still cleaning the dust. I am happy with the shower and vanity.
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21st Century Painting & Roofing LLC

9811 Beck Cir
Austin, TX

24 Express Plumbing & Home Repairs

3102 Blue Ridge Dr.
Round Rock, TX

360 Degree Construction

5107 Orleans Ct
Austin, TX

3W Construction & Remodeling

PO Box 1558
Bastrop, TX

4-C Home Rebuilders

P O BOX 661
Leander, TX

5G Contracting LLC

101 South First
Austin, TX

A & E Mastertile

Outfitter
Bastrop, TX

A & Tip Air Conditioning LLc

108 Wells Bend
Hutto, TX

A A RIVERA BROTHERS TILE

5114 LARK AVE
San Antonio, TX

A B Service Co

809 Tradesmens Park Loop
Hutto, TX

A Frame Home Services LLC

PO Box 152049
Austin, TX

A Frame Home Services LLC

PO Box 152049
Austin, TX

A M S GUTTERS

2751 Electronic Lane
Dallas, TX

A&A Construction

261 Hwy 20
Bastrop, TX

A&A Installations

135 Jackrabbit Run
Round Rock, TX

A+ SERVICES

605 RONAY DR S
Spicewood, TX

A-One Electric

5802 Abilene Trail
Austin, TX

A-Plus Energy Mgmt, Air Cond & Home Solutions

2116 White Horse Trl
Austin, TX

A-PLUS TILE INSTALLATIONS

1106 E OLTORF ST
Austin, TX