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  • These guys were awesome. Prompt, knowledgeable, fairly priced. I hired them to assist my elderly parents who lost power in part of their apartment. They were patient with my Mom and helpful. I'd highly recommend them to anyone.
    - Ellen S.
  • Both jobs went very well. The overhead light fixture had shorted, possibly related to a leak from the bathroom above. John fixed the wiring to the fixture, as well as getting the light working again. He then checked an 3rd floor bathroom outlet that worked intermittently. I got the impression that his experience as an electrician helped him quickly figure out that the problem was related to how the outlet had been connected to the gfci outlet in the 2nd floor bathroom and changes to that outlet when the 2nd floor bathroom was renovated a couple months before. His work was fast and thorough.
    - Margaret T.
  • I hired First Class Home Renovations because, in their Angie’s List profile, they claimed expertise in treating the mold in my bathroom, in fixing any leaks, and in restoring the bathroom to its prior functionality. When Frank Bianco came to my house and reviewed the project, he seemed to have a good understanding of what was required and made suggestions, such as a venting fan, that would help prevent future mold problems in that room. I, however, found that the crew he assigned to fix my bathroom didn’t have the same understanding or attention to detail as I had come to expect from my interaction with Frank. The men were all courteous and respectful and did a good job of keeping our cats in the house as they (the workers) went in and out. But, as I monitored their work and checked in with them about their progress, I became concerned about the completeness of their work, particularly after one of the workers told me that they weren’t going to remove the moldy wallpaper from the bathroom ceiling, even though the project proposal from Frank explicitly said that that would be done. I asked Frank about that, which seemed to annoy him because he told me to only talk to him about the progress of the project. I don’t know how he would have known if the workers removed the ceiling wallpaper before they put sheet rock over the ceiling because I didn’t see him in my house after his visits to prepare the project proposal, not even to collect payments the came due in the midst of the project. There were also problems with details that needed to be addressed after the workmen said they were finished, including replacing the wrong window treatment bracket, even though the one that needed to be replaced was hanging by only one nail, poor coverage for parts of the paint job, poor water pressure in the shower head, a screw missing on one side of the shower curtain rod, and no in-the-wall soap dish after they re-tiled the shower, even though there was one before they removed the old tiles. This delayed the completion of the project, and our getting full use of the bathroom, by about a week. I also feel that Frank should have been better about tracking the payments I made. At one point, he accused me of trying to cheat him out of $3000, during a discussion about my holding onto the last payment until we were “satisfied” with the work his company had done. It turns out that he hadn’t credited me with a check for the mid-project payment he had told me to give to one of his workers. It had cleared the bank several days before this conversation, so he should have known about it. He later apologized for his tone, but he has not apologized for his accusation. I doubt we will hire First Class Home Renovations in the future. Since Frank said that he thought I was “picky”, I don’t think he’ll mind not having to work for us again. He also shouldn’t be surprised by my comments, since I wrote to him about them, either by e-mail or by text, during my bathroom renovation project.
    - Margaret T.
  • Did an amazing amount of work in a short time frame so we could move in. Very easy to work with and extremely responsive. Excellent ideas and advice about how to accomplish what we wanted. Very professional. Not cheap, but you get what you pay for. Would highly recommend.
    - Carole W.
  • This is my second time using All Star Electrical Services. I was so satisfied with their work the first time, that knew I would call them again for the second job. The first time they did some grounding work and this time they replaced the outside electrical box. I must say, they are professional, reliable and affordable. Worth every penny
    - Maggy S.
  • The work was done by Roman Boretsky, who was extremely helpful and arrived promptly to install a new boiler in a duplex building. He worked very efficiently and got everything done with the minimum of mess. When the second elderly boiler servicing the other half of the duplex broke down recently he responded to the emergency by arriving within 24 hours to recommend what to do; he then worked with his office to make sure we got the speediest possible service to restore heat by installing the second boiler. I feel he was really thoughtful in making special arrangements to get the work done quickly and for a reasonable cost. I commend him highly.
    - Caroline D.
  • Neal is very friendly and accommodating. Unfortunately I had to live in the home while renovation was taking place. I thought the job took too long, probably because I had to live through it (the dust dirt and disarray of my house). The finished product is good, the rooms that were renovated look brand new. The work was above and beyond what I expected. I'm pretty much of a perfectionist, so I expect perfection, most things were. Overall everything they did was good. I was satisfied. I will be to getting more work done and I plan to hire Home Solutions Inc. I would definitely recommend this contractor.
    - renee c.
  • I am saving their number for any future electrical needs we may have. Everyone I spoke with was very nice, arrived on time, and finished in a timely manner (from returning my call, to giving an estimate, to performing the job). I was very impressed with their professionalism.
    - Lindsey R.
  • he work for one week and then disappeared fro 6 weeks add 1600 to the 5k already paid making its 6,700 for a living room ceiling that should of been 3,800. His a rip off and a loud mouth. he only painted half of of what he told us he would do. so the top of the room looks new and the bottom of the room is another color white. I had finish it on my own due the 5k already paid out I couldn't afford to pay another contractor.
    - John H.
  • I requested three estimates online at and about ten minutes later Brandon called to tell me they could be there in twenty minutes. The Brandon tech arrived, managed the trek through my obstacle-course-like basement with ease, and was done before I was able to clear a path for his exit. I couldn't be more pleased with my choice of providers
    - ROBERT P.
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