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"Not too much to add here. Bill did a great job. He gave me exactly what I wanted and it is awesome!! I have a new walk in closet in my master bedroom and it is everything I wanted it to be!"
"I also had a similar experience to the other person who posted here about Ed did. When I contacted them, they stated that they were getting extremely aggravated because the manufactured windows had been sitting in there shop for over two weeks now and they were just waiting on Ed "
"I LOVE R&G Remodeling!! I can't say enough positive things about work areas with brand new drop cloths to protect carpet and furniture and cleaned up every bit of work debri. They worked efficiently, not wasting any time, and completing the job expertly. R&G's prices are very reasonable, less than other estimates that I received. I hope to have R&G back to do some kitchen remodeling. I would highly recommend them for any and all jobs. They're the best!"
" that the project would be "nothing but a can of worms" and pointed out multiple little things that he would have to do to make the room look good. While I appreciate that he is a professional, he made us feel stupid for wanting to take on a remodeling project. We never did get a price from him though if we had I feel that it would have been very high. I don't think I'd call him again because of his attitude."
"We asked for an estimate for a pretty decent sized project in our home for floor, trim work, and doors. He came on time and seemed very knowledgeable. With so many good ratings on Angie's List, we were excited that we thought we found a good contractor. He explained that he would send an estimate the next day, one week later still no estimate. We called, he explained he would send it the next day. It has been another two weeks without out any word. This leaves us set back once again, having to research even more contractors for the job. We don't understand how or why there are so many good ratings for this contractor. All we can say is, you better have one heck of a job for this one or else he won't even get back to you!"
"After interviewing several contractors, big and small, we chose Our beautiful kitchen was finished in less than six weeks."
"The below details our six-month experience with scope of this project did not increase. Therefore, the timeline should not have increased either.) This contractor never created an overarching timeline / schedule for our project and could not tell us estimated dates beyond a week or so. We found this contractor to be an inefficient project manager, as he continually missed verbal timeline targets. ? Workers on our project were working on other projects at the same time. This pulled resources away from our project, even though our project was way behind the originally stated timeline. ? Materials were not ordered in a timely or efficient manner. We experienced downtime waiting for materials to arrive even though we supplied a materials list at the beginning of the project. A hole was dug for our large egress (exit) window, and the hold sat with a huge board over it for months while we waited for the proper egress window well to arrive. (Window well specs had been given to the contractor at the beginning of the project.) Gravel for the exit window was dumped in our lawn, and it sat for 2+ weeks. Just frustrating time/material management issues. ? Contractor did not respond to our request to fire the (subcontracted) plumber working on our job. Rough plumbing for our job should have taken about one week. Instead, it took two months, greatly delaying the project. The plumber would show maybe one day per week and work for three to four hours. ? Contractor was given specific details regarding materials desired for the project when the original contract was signed. We had to constantly resend the specs for these items to the contractor, even though they had been emailed to him upon the start of the project. ? Contractor tried to grossly over-charge us for change orders. For example, we considered installing a drywall ceiling instead of a drop ceiling in our laundry room. He tried to charge about $25 per sq ft. for framing and drywall. This should cost no more than about $4 or $5 per sq ft. ? Overall, we felt that we had to be the project managers of this job. This was frustrating given we had hired a general contractor (and chose to pay more money) expecting the person to take care of management issues for us."
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314 ARCH ST
38 TERRACE RD
30 Sandune Ct Apt J
763 W BIPPLEY RD
Lake Odessa, MI
Lake Odessa, MI
148 SNYDER DR
102 N Breezewood Dr
1717 El Paso Street
304 Darlington Rd
Beaver Falls, PA
Beaver Falls, PA
1152 Gringo Clinton Rd
111 Williams Ln
1511 YORKTOWNE DR
244 E MCMURRAY RD
620 oakhill lane
155 High St
27 VERNON DR
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