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  • A
    Ez Fullrehab LLC
    Loved working with this company, Sarah is great, they are not the cheapest around, but I never hire cheap, because then I have issues, Their prices are fair and it is worth it because quality and I feel safer. Will use them again
    - Idan T.
  • A
    Deck and Shed Pros
    I wholeheartedly recommend Jim Sarazin and Deck & Shed Pros. I've been hiring home improvement contractors for over 40 years. Jim Sarazin of Deck & Shed Pros gave me an estimate within a day of my request. His price was fair, reasonable. I had one lower bidder who cancelled on me. I had two bidders who wanted to charge more than double. Jim and his workers, exactly on schedule, delivered lumber on day one, rebuilt the deck on day two, and hauled the trash away on day three. The work looks outstanding, and Jim is very easy to work with. Best contractor experience I can remember.
    - Timothy N.
  • A
    Cool Branch Clearing and Construction, Inc.
    Note: Cool Branch is a licensed business in Maryland operated by John Newberry. MHIC# 130199. Not sure why the MHIC number information wasn't included on Angies? We selected Cool Branch to build our county permitted 12' x 12' screen patio and 14' x 12' outside deck & benches, including the need to match/blend with an existing higher level deck on the house. Note: Electrical work was contracted separately. Full disclosure .... through friends, we knew some of John's early career background as a cabinet maker which was one of the reasons we chose to hire him, anticipating he would pay close attention to detail. We were not disappointed and could not be more happy with the quality of John's workmanship. It was a pleasure to work with John who anticipated, coordinated and communicated days ahead of his need for feedback in order to avoid mis-steps and get the right materials on site at the right time. To meet the project requirements, John also researched and special ordered items including a special ceiling fan fitting, no-see-um screening and composite bench materials. Although the timeline for the work was impacted by inclement weather and some family commitments on John's part it was still completed ahead of a planned July 4 party. Cool Branch is a small business so John planned and completed the work himself with support from his helper Sam. Both were always courteous, friendly and trustworthy. Since completion we have received complements on the finished product from friends, relatives and neighbors. We continue to enjoy the completed patio/deck and to admire John's workmanship. We will certainly consider soliciting John for any future construction work.
    - Tony S.
  • A
    NLT Construction
    I can't imagine this job to have gone any smoother. The building crew are craftsmen who could handle anything the job required and they were a pleasure to deal with. Each subcontractor (excavation and foundation, roofer, etc) was also excellent. I also liked NLT's pricing model which is a flat charge for NLT's work and then you pay for material throughout the job with Dave providing receipts. Dave gives you an up front estimate of the cost of all material. Some things were a little lower than the estimate and some higher but it all balanced out. The entire project was significantly less than other estimates I had gotten.
    - Lee N.
  • A
    Crowley Creative Contruction, LLC
    I hired CCC based on word of mouth reviews from some friends. The business is new but the owner has been in the home building and repair business for many years. I had a limited budget and took a gamble on hiring a less established contractor and won big time. Could not have been more pleased. Billy (owner) took the time to describe a few options for me so I could adjust my needs and wants with my budget. The project was huge (free standing 2 car garage) and there were so many options. He was professional and treated me with respect through all of my inquiries. My father is a retired contractor and he was extremely pleased with the quality of work that CCC did. I plan on having an addition done to the house next year and definitely will be calling CCC back to do the work. So nice to now have a go-to handy person who I can trust will do great work and is a pleasure to work with.
    - Casey J.
  • D
    AES Builder & Home Improvements
    My fiance and I hired AES to put in a second bathroom in his home, and we were very happy with the work, the price, and for the most part, the communication. We really liked Stephen. We knew that in the home we purchase this summer, we would be building an art studio for me, and naturally, we asked Stephen if this was a project AES had experience with. He said yes, and agreed to meet to discuss it. On March 6th Stephen met with us to discuss this project. We were very happy with his understanding of my unique requirements and looked forward to the detailed proposal he promised to send within a week. On March 25 I emailed Stephen because after checking my spam folders, I had not received anything from him. Stephen responded right away, apologized, and said re-sent it. On March 27 he wrote to confirm I received the email, I had not, and he said he thinks the problem might be on his end because gmail was sending him error messages. He said he would pop it in the postal mail. On April 8 I wrote to Stephen to say I had not received anything via postal mail. He expressed shock and said he was free Wednesday morning the 12th and would personally hand-deliver it to my house. On Wednesday he did not show up. My first thought was that he was having a family emergency or health issue, but I called the AES office and was assured that he was fine, and to just call his cell. I called, texted, and emailed him several times within a week and a half, with no response. Until this point I was giving him the benefit of the doubt - stuff happens, people forget, no big deal. But it had been over a month and I was getting skeptical. Only when I emailed the main AES email (which apparently goes to the owner) did Stephen respond. He left me a sheepish email stating that the owner, Mr. Munson, would personally look over the proposal and he would e-fax it to me the next day. Two days later, after sending another text, I finally got something in my email. It it is not at all what I was expecting based on our conversation on March 6. Stephen said he wanted to take his time (he mentioned about a week) to create a detailed, comprehensive proposal breaking down the approximate cost range of each individual element of the project, as well as accounting for various scenarios such as using an existing pad, or creating an attached versus a standalone building. He was also going to research the restrictions and laws regarding outbuilding size, height, lot placement, and plumbing for our county. He even said, "I don't want to just give you a bunch of random numbers or inaccurate information - I want to do my homework and take the time to do it right." This proposal contains none of the above and is simply a list with a single number at the bottom. The number is ridiculously high, but I don���t know how he arrived at the number because there is no breakdown at all. The fact that it took AES over six weeks to get me a bare-bones proposal, after much prodding, creates the impression that Stephen wrote it the hour he sent it to me and was lying about its existence all along. I do not understand his motivation for doing so, and it seems out of character. If AES didn't want the project, or Stephen didn't have time to write the kind of document he proposed, it would have been much kinder to simply say so. I don't know if this is how AES normally does business, but it makes me feel incredibly disrespected, lied to, and my time wasted. My fiance and I liked the job they did with the bathroom. I was impressed with Stephen���s knowledge, understanding, and seeming honesty when we met on March 6. I really thought AES was a company I could trust! It is very disappointing to have learned this is not the case. It really is a shame. I emailed my disappointment to the main AES email and never heard back. Not good business practice at all.
    - Katie .
  • A
    Streamline Ventures LLC
    Fantastic outcome. Door arrived as ordered. Replacement schedule honored. Time in and out was under four hours. Paid by card at the site. John is highly skilled and will show up himself to do the work - a perfect small business approach. The price was right too. Done and done!
    - Joe R.
  • A
    Lewis and Associates Contracting, LLC
    Paul replaced the skylight in our Baltimore Row home last year and did a fantastic job. His crew is polite, respectful and as quick as possible. They replaced our skylight and drywall that was damaged from water along with a ceiling fan in just a day. ( A couple extra days for final spackling and paint)I would definitely recommend Paul Lewis for future jobs and will be contacting him next year regarding our future roof deck.
    - Daniel T.
  • A
    Kargmans Inc
    When working with Kargman's you will realize why they are a Super Service Award winner. They are total professionals and do excellent work. Jim, Erin and Walter are amazing. This company and it's people get my highest recommendation. Thank you Jim, Erin and Walter.
    - Patricia M.
  • A
    Gustavo A. Presti
    Gus and his team of Louie, Tom and Louie (electrician) are the nicest contractors who you will ever come across. He was the first contractor that I contacted. He listened to my ideas and gave me suggestions (my primary goal was to demo one of the walls in the bathroom and move it back because there was there was about 3 x 4 ft of dead space between the walls that weren't being used and I hated my 5 x 8 bathroom). He asked if I wanted to tile the tub surround (i had a bathfitters surround), but didn't pressure me into it. He gave my an optional quote and I could decide if I wanted to go with it or not. He told me to get 3 estimates and go with the middle one (he said that if everybody was on the up and up then they should all be close). He was right. He was the first to get me a quote and the first one to contact me with a follow-up and I felt that he was the best balance of experience and giving me a personal experience. It was very obvious that he knew what he was doing and was willing to work with me with my ideas and provided suggestions but never out right refused any of my ideas. He had no problems with me picking out the tile and gave his suggestions or experiences with different tiles and where to go for different sizes of tile in regards to their quality. A few unexpected complications came about after the demo (the air vent behind the wall demoed went up to the next floor at an angle), but he already had an perfect solution in my mind. When he came across something that was not to his liking (the installation for the wall b/w the tub and the exterior) he replaced it with a better solution. As things started progressing, we made amendments to the contract; The original electrical work was shoddily done and I wanted a gfi outlet outside the scope of the original contract (totally expected this), I decided to go with a pattern tile for the shower surround as opposed to the original plan, Replaced the tub drain with pvc and the coolest thing was that during the wall move/demo, a closet was removed. Instead of patching the wall he came to me with a proposal to put shelving in the 5 inch deep space to use for extra storage which is perfect to put all of the bathroom cleaning supplies (and other bottles, packages). The amendments came out to be $1200 (the original quote/contract was for 10,300), which for the amount of extra work was a really reasonable price, and he didn't do anything anything until he got the go ahead from me that i was willing to have the extra work done, and I now have the confidence that things were done right and I have a really cool closet with adjustable shelving. They easily went the extra mile on the little things paying attention to detail to make sure that I was happy. He never got upset when I changed my mind on something and was easy going.
    Around the same time that this work was happening I had my roof redone. Afterwards, I noticed a few things that didn't look right. I waited home one day for the roof rep to come talk to me about my concerns...and he didn't show...again. Gus and I were having a random conversation and this came up. He offered to go up there and take a look since they would be up on the roof anyways to install the vent for the exhaust fan so that i would have more information to talk to the roof rep. He fixed one of the issues (the aluminum siding on the kickout had been pulled to install flashing and never put back in). And then he told me that the one vent stack and boot was just swaying in the wind and wasn't actually connected to anything...he was furious with the roof contractors work and said that I should have been at least notified that the vent stack wasn't connected to anything. He offered to remedy it. I declined at the time b/c I felt that it was something that the roofers should take of, but he put a cap on the vent stack as a short term solution so that water couldn't fall down and damage my walls until they fixed it...which I am not sure that they will. And both of these issues were confirmed by the roofing company. Gus did this at no charge. I didn't know that Gus did roofs as well, but wished that I had so I would not be going through the headache that I am going through now. I would like to add a note about Louie the electrician as well. He noticed that the light pendant for the stairs joining the kitchen/dining room up to the master bedroom wasn't wired correctly (it was a three way switch) and said that it bothered him and that he would fix it for free and now it works like it should (before I had to turn the upstairs switch in the on position so that the downstairs switch would actually work)! Gus hires people that have the same values as him. He was really concerned with the color palette and came to me with suggestions when he started visualizing the tile. I went with marble pencil liners and corner shelves and he thought that having a marble window sill would look better with everything and he was right. He also helped me pick the color for the walls b/c I had no idea of what I wanted and the color was perfect. He also suggested using a dimmer for the vanity lights and it is awesome. He had to replace the original screws for the shower handle plate, but they were not a standard size and because of that they the new screw heads grind a little when turning the handle. He ordered the screws from the shower manufacturer (Moen) and returned to install them so that the shower handle will be smooth again. They installed all of the fixtures that I went out and bought to upgrade the bathroom (shelving, cabinet, mirror, etc). There are a bunch of little detailed things that they did b/c they wanted to be proud of their work and make sure that I was happy. They made sure that everything was cleaned up before they left. I absolutely love my renovated bathroom now. I've already recommended him to my neighbors and I have some other house projects in my pipeline in the next few months and I can guarantee that if Gus wants the work he will be the contractor that I would go with.
    - Kurt H.
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