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Basement Remodeling reviews in Madison

  • A
    Time 2 Remodel LLC
    The basement is beautiful and won and award at one on of their shows. (They also did our bathroom, which is also just perfect). They were always available to help. Even when surprises came up during the project, they took care of us through the whole process. Highly recommend.
    - Kevin P.
  • A
    Maple Tree Builders LLC
    My basement project went really well. I'm very happy with the quality of work that was delivered. Ron and his team are very professional, friendly and responsive. Generally, Ron is very cooperative and he does not save an advice or a recommendation. He puts extra effort in helping the homeowner make the right decisions. My project was supposed to be done in three months. However, due to so urgent family situation, I needed it to be done sooner. Ron was so understanding, cooperative and he put extra efforts and completed it in less than 2 months with great quality. In addition, Ron has a great relationship with the inspectors. They came and inspected every stage of the project immediately and everything went within the code. I'd definitely hire them again and totally recommend them.
    - Zana B.
  • A
    Maple Tree Builders LLC
    Ron communicated well and kept us informed of the work schedule, he made helpful suggestions, did nice work and cleaned up after work was finished. We are very satisfied and pleased with the project and would not hesitate to hire Maple Tree Builders again.
    - pamela w.
  • A
    Maple Tree Builders LLC
    Our project went very well. After interviewing other builders we selected Maple Tree based on their responsiveness and competitive pricing. Ron was very helpful in providing floor plans to maximize our use of space. He also provided some design suggestions when asked. He was great at providing options at various price points so we could prioritize our budget. He coordinated with subcontractors to ensure quality and timely work. He was always professional and left his work space clean. Ron responded to changes throughout the process and helped us achieve the finished product we wanted. We receive many compliments on the space he helped us create.
    - Kory F.
  • A
    Adam's Handyman & Remodeling Service
    We cannot say enough about Adam's work on our basement remodel. He talked us through all of our options, was very responsive, and did the work efficiently and well. For example, we wanted to put in a very nice drop ceiling rather than dry wall so we can access it better for future bathroom/plumbing projects. Adam talked us through the pros and cons of each option but did not pressure us to do the (more expensive) dry wall ceiling. This was true for every option along the way, i.e. types of recessed lighting, particular ceiling tiles, molding, etc. We can't recommend enough!
    - Andrew B.
  • D
    R M Glover Construction Services, LLC
    R M Glover was introduced to us by an architect we had hired for a basement remodel, as someone who can repair a few rotted studs we discovered during the demo. He expressed interest in doing more of the remodel, so we asked him to give us a proposal. We were interested in part because we were in a hurry, with a baby due in 6 months, and because he said he'd give us a proposal and could start the job very soon. After over a month's wait he delivered an unsatisfactory proposal, with no cost breakdown or explanation of fundamental tasks --- a five-page list followed by a single cost of $137K. This was in contrast to his previous claims that he's "transparent" in his proposals (his words) and uses a spreadsheet that allows picking and choosing as needed by the budget. Nonetheless we remained interested in further discussions with him, thinking that the claimed transparency is within short reach. To revise his proposal, he wanted to be compensated for any additional time he would put into it. So we signed a time and material agreement. We also offered to pay him for his time spent for the initial proposal, but he declined, saying we didn't owe him anything for that. It all went downhill from there. We went through multiple "revisions", in a vain attempt to understand the costs, but each revision bundled the costs differently. As our confidence eroded, we reduced the scope of the work, and in the end, after having paid him over $1200 for his time, got a bare-bones proposal that allowed us to see what was going on. When we finally said, no thanks, it got ugly. We received another invoice, charging us for 12+ hours, 9 of which are reportedly spent on a weekend, on his last proposal. This seemed outrageous to us because the last proposal was supposed to be a reduced version of the previous one --- how many hours can one spend deleting stuff? Yes he was supposed to change the language here and there, but he didn't even do that as agreed. Instead, he added some things that we never asked for, and even things that we openly objected to before. On top of all this, the invoice also charged us for half an hour of time for invoice preparation and delivery. Let that sink in for a minute: an invoice, in which half an hour is charged, to *prepare*, and to *deliver* invoice. I sent him an email disputing that invoice. In response, we got nothing --- total radio silence --- for almost three weeks. Then we received a certified USPS package from him. There he referred to us by our names, followed by "a.k.a.", then our official, long-form names which we've never stated to him by that time, just like you would see in court documents. The oddest thing in the package was his offer to meet us, "in a good faith effort" as he put it, to answer our questions. This offer was repeatedly extended later, again under the odd narrative of "an opportunity to clarify and answer specific questions that you have about the estimate, the proposal and the invoice". Sounds eerily similar, doesn't it, to the process by which a contractor attempts to cure a disputed construction project. Except, in this case, there is no construction project; all we have is a proposal that is utterly useless. Recall that we had already paid him $1200+ for his first invoice. Now we were being invoiced another $800+, with insinuations of impending legal action. We made multiple attempts to settle with him. He declined them all. He even claimed that he has "made a substantial contribution to your project" --- his words. In the end, he gave an ultimatum with a deadline, and stopped responding. This essentially forced us into paying because we feared having to fight a frivolous lien claim on our home. Even ignoring all of the above, we found his professionalism and competency marginal, with occasional technical oversights, broken promises and rarely taking responsibility when confronted. (Can give examples but enough said already.) We give this person our lowest recommendation.
    - Baris A.
  • A
    Superior Renovation Solutions LLC
    We hired Nick to finish a basement renovation project after being unhappy with a previous contractor's work. His team was attentive and responsive. We're happy with the finished product and have hired his company on a couple of additional projects.
    - Daniel B.
  • A
    Maple Tree Builders LLC
    great!!! He was very professional & gave me great advice. He helped with information on materials & was very prompt on the scheduled time. Great job in cleaning up after completing the project. I would hire him again without question.
    - Nancy T.
  • A
    Phenomenal. A+ all around. Larry and Jesse Taff are the best communicators in the industry. They are both perfectionists and were the perfect duo to oversee the addition of a full bathroom, entertainment room and future bar in our previously unfinished basement. The guys helped turn our dream of having a second full bathroom in our house into the reality of a beautiful space we will enjoy for years to come.
    - David H.
  • A
    Maple Tree Builders LLC
    Ron is very responsive and knows his stuff. He gives suggestions but listens as well. Very prompt and very reasonable. Our beams were a unique project and they were done perfectly. I would definitely recommend Maple Tree!
    - Kevin K.
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