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"Overall Experience: AWESOME! AWESOME! AWESOME! ? I’m a relatively new condo owner, I bought my place in 2009 and this the first time I have ever hired anyone to fix anything. I haven’t fixed anything on my own and was extremely patient, responsive and friendly. He took the time to answer all my questions. For example, the previous owner had left paint. However, I had no idea if it was still good. I was nervous about going somewhere and having them sell me paint that I didn’t need. "
"We certainly have performed our due diligence with regard to getting at least 3 quotes for our renovation. First, we had contacted a "high end" K St architect, who readily came out to meet us at our home (i.e., within a week of my calling them), talked in detail about our needs and what they can offer us, and came back with a bid about a week later, with an emphasis on being willing to work within the actual budget we had in mind. Unfortunately, they estimated $178 per sq ft - our project was about 2,000 sq footage, and our actual budget was half of that amount. Knowing they were primarily an architectural firm who did beautiful work (think modern, sleek oak built-ins and floating glass & steel staircases) and I'm sure worth every penny, we decided to talk with general contractors to see what they could offer. We spoke with the general contractor currently renovating the house two doors down from our house - the amount was right, but the house just wasn't what we hoped for aesthetically. We spoke with another architect who was willing to draw up our plans for $7k, but couldn't build the house itself. Soonafter, we contacted "
" also did grading of the backyard for better drainage away from the house and replacing gutters along the roof and doing some spot work on the roof itself. He also did some slight bathroom remodeling. He was kind of expensive, but it was a reasonable price for the work done. He also put up a wall between the bedroom and the sitting room upstairs creating a third small bedroom. He has got a very good work sense. He can do most of things by himself, but where he can't, he has a good network. I found him very reliable in recruiting someone for the work that he can't do. He has given me really good deals. Regarding the price, he is very reasonable. I am glad that we got him and I have used him basically for everything. I would use him in the future too."
" the laborers if they would be willing to come in on Saturday and Sunday, which they did. I was very impressed by this degree of concern. In the end, even with a major change of plan about three days through, the whole job wound up taking less than two weeks, which was a feat. They replaced all the plumbing, floor joists and tiling, walls and insulation, reconfigured our HVAC ducts to accommodate a fabulous new pocket door, and installed a new tub, toilet and fixtures. We ran into one minor scheduling goof in which the project manager told us it was ok to check out of our hotel room and come on home, but when we got there, we found that they clearly weren't done and so we had to find a new pet-friendly hotel at 10:30 pm. We told "
"They were very competitive on price and they were prompt. They worked very quickly and were there when they said they would be. The downside was that the communication could be a little difficult but they did a good job. It was hard to communicate and get the owner's attention. They came highly recommended and they do a lot of work in the area. I had seen some of their work and it was very good. The owner was very reliable."
"We bought a fixer-upper about a year ago. to work with. We consider them members of the family and would confidently place our trust in them for any future projects. We were looking to save money on our renovation and chose to do as much work ourselves as possible. We discovered "
"The experience from start to finish was excellent. From the first meeting there was attention to detail and a focus on doing the job right. They team was courteous and friendly. The price was right. But the most impressive part was the speed with which they did the job. Nine days, start to finish. There was a clear plan and visible progress every day. Immediate response on any question or concern. A quality job in a timely fashion."
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6455 Luretta Ann Ln
5104 Pegasus Ct
6520 75Th St
Cabin John, MD
Cabin John, MD
3505 Ellicott Mills Dr
Ellicott City, MD
Ellicott City, MD
27421 Clarksburg Rd
554 N. FREDERICK AVE
4799 Mid County Ct
7942 Gunston Woods Pl
Falls Church, VA
3520 Sugarloaf Parkway
2331 Mill Road, Suite 100
3700 THURNER CT
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