North Scituate Remodeling Contractors

in North Scituate, RI

Remodeling Reviews in North Scituate


is a true professional. He presented us with pages of references; took us to a recently completed kitchen he remodeled; and provided us with a detailed listing of what needed to be done on our project.
established a workable schedule and came through on-time with completion of the kitchen. He oversaw every aspect of the project and was available 24/7 for consultation. Our remodel was involved : essentially gutting the kitchen, removing a wall, and starting from scratch. In spite of several on-site problems that had to be tackled,
always came up with a viable solution. His men produced quality work and were knowledgeable of current materials and methods of installation.
and his men were wonderful to work with because of their positive approach, their work ethics, and their sense of humor. We initially started our kitchen remodel with a kitchen center. After seeing how costly, time consuming, and anxiety producing the errors the kitchen center made, we sought out
on Angie’s list. We could not be more grateful that he took us on. We now fully understand why he has been a repeat “Angie’s List Super Service performer.” Our kitchen is beautiful!
- Janice P.

My wife and I purchased this house in
2012 from the estate of her late father. The house is a one-story ranch that was built in 1965 by my father-in-law, who did virtually all of the carpentry work himself. In the early '70's he added a detached, oversized (24'x34') garage. The basic house was solid and in good condition, but the interior was in serious need of updating - basically unchanged since 1965. So we definitely needed to do something with the kitchen. And I really wanted to connect the garage...having to go outside to get there in the winter almost defeats the purpose of having the cars inside! Started talking about a breezeway and friends asked us if we were stuck in the same 1960's as the house! "They're called MUDROOMS now," we were told. Learn something new every day, LOL.
Since we really didn't know how to best use the old and new spaces, we started talking to contractors who could assist with the initial design as well as do the work from start to finish. As you'd expect, ideas and quotes were all over the place. We were impressed from the start with
and his Caylx crew. Not only did he have good ideas for how to layout the kitchen and mudroom, he listened to our likes and dislikes and made sure his design incorporated those features. At the initial meeting,
left us with a multi-page list of references and a DVD full of pictures from other projects that Caylx had done. We looked at those over and over, throughout the project. Got lots of ideas from those pictures that we could tweak and incorporate in our house. Caylx wasn't the low bidder, but I really wasn't looking for the cheapest anyway. We're going to have only one
to do this, so we wanted it done right. After comparing his proposal to the competition, my wife and I felt confident that his estimates were more detailed and accurate which accounted for some of the price difference anyway. We'd rather know up-front what it was really going to cost us, than pick a low--ball quote and have "surprises" after the job was started.
One of the things that Caylx has as a tag-line on their signs is "when you want the job done on time". We signed our contract at the very end of August, with a completion date of Halloween. As a committed do-it-myselfer, I sneered at that. I know how long stuff takes (just ask my wife). Yea right, two months. Sure...two YEARS maybe, but two MONTHS? Impossible.
Demolition started the next week and
pulled the construction permits from town hall. First - and really only - surprise happened right then and there. Found out we needed a new septic system because the DEM rules had just changed. Even though we weren't adding any bedrooms or bathrooms, just because we were adding "living space" we needed a comforting system. Great, I thought, there goes the budget AND the timeline. At this point,
's skills and experience really shined through. He worked with the building department so that he could get permits for the work that wasn't directly dependent on the septic approval so the project could keep moving while the septic system work was being done. Expecting the worse, having heard horror stories about septic installations - both how long the approval process could take and how much it could cost - I was amazed that
was able to get a system designed, DEM approved, installed, and certified in about 3 weeks from start to finish and for less than $15,000! Because some work was still able to be done in parallel, new end date was only pushed by 10 days, to 11/9/2012.
Maybe the most impressive thing about Caylx was the quality of the sub-contractors that they used on this project. Everybody was skilled and knowledgable, and even more important, very easy to talk with and patient with all of our questions.
As the project moved along we made some changes and additions - upgraded the cabinets, added a built-in pantry and hutch, poured a 50' front walk, installed new exterior lighting, repainted of the rest of the interior and made a few other tweaks.
ensured all of the additional work got done within the existing project timeframe. We were on track to make the 11/9 date if not for Hurricane Sandy. That cost us a couple of days due to rain and likely contributed to a delay in getting the last of the custom ordered Trex decking delivered (it had to come from NJ). Even with all that, we got the keys on the 16th of November, just a little over two weeks later than the initial completion estimate and in plenty of time to host Thanksgiving Dinner!
I am honestly amazed and impressed. All this work done on-time and on budget, and to a standard of quality that exceeded our expectations.
did what he said he would, when he said it would be done, and for the price he told us. I recommend Caylx without any reservation and will be calling
next spring for a follow-on project including landscaping and an in-ground pool.
- Gilbert B.

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All Kitchen And Bath Remodelers in North Scituate, RI

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2nd Generation Remodeling

128 Colonial Ave
Cumberland, RI

A Force of Nature Complete Restoration SVC, LLC

Washington, DC

A Plus Home Improvement

158 Buffinton St
Fall River, MA

A Super Painter

99 Grant St
Warwick, RI

A&H Remodeling

5 Green Post Lane
Warwick, RI


140 Hillcrest Drive North
Cranston, RI

A-1 Reglazing Co

Coventry, RI

A.J.H. Construction

186 vernon street
Warren, RI

Able Electric

East Greenwich, RI

Able Electric, Inc.

879 Main Ave
Warwick, RI


210 Winthrop St
Rehoboth, MA

Advanced Property Solutions, LLC

109 Pine Hill Ave
Johnston, RI

Affordable Cabinet Refacing

18 Dundee Park #10
Andover, MA


Warwick, RI

Affordable Home Solutions

95 Manchester St
West Warwick, RI

Affordable Luxury Home Improvements

East Providence RI
East Providence, RI


PO Box 7063
Warwick, RI

AJ Construction Company

PO Box 541
West Wareham, MA

AJ Drywall & Plastering

120 Westwood Ave
Providence, RI


Preston, CT

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