Recent Review: I hired Samanco to remodel a 10' x 7' full bathroom. The subfloor around and under the tub was water-damaged, spongy, squeaky and required repair/replacement. The 32 year old bathroom needed updating, brighter lighting, water-saving fixtures, and better ventilation. The work took 9 workdays and was completed 10 days ago, on budget and ahead of schedule. The quality of the work is superb, and the makeover is stunning. Owners Dan and Tommie were a pleasure to work with, and it was clear from their first assessment of our bathroom that they knew how to fix it properly. Tommie (with her practiced eye for design, lighting, and color) patiently worked with me to select cabinets, lighting and paint colors. The work was done almost exclusively by miracle worker Robert, some days assisted by Camille. They were both professional, punctual, pleasant, hard-working and neat. The work done consisted of labor and materials to: - gut out tub/shower area including soffit - remove vanity, toilet, wall cabinet, pendant lights, vent fan, vanity mirror - demo floor, remove/replace damaged subflooring - reframe tub/shower area - install Durock floor, including under bathtub - install Durock tub walls, adding cutout for 24" x 14" cubby - install (customer supplied) new tub, new tub/shower faucet set - install shut-off valves to tub supply lines - install 3 recessed LED can lights in ceiling, including one over the shower - install GFI outlet - install (customer supplied) automatic humidity-sensing vent fan - install (customer supplied) floor tile, wall tile, accent tile - install (customer supplied) baseboard and shoe molding - install (customer supplied) vanity cabinet, wall cabinet, cabinet hardware - install (customer supplied) toilet, vanity top and sink, sink faucet set - wire for and install (customer supplied) wall-mounted vanity light - reinstall existing vanity mirror - prime and paint ceiling and walls - install (customer supplied) towel rack, towel ring, TP holder, robe hooks, door stop - install (customer supplied) grab bars in shower I had to select and pay separately for all the items listed above as "customer supplied". The good thing about that is that it allowed me to control costs of the items by shopping sales, using rebates, etc. The bad is that, since I didn't already know what I wanted, the task of selecting all these products was overwhelming. I wasted more than two weeks doing on-line research and wandering around the big box stores before I called Samanco for help. Once I did that, things started to quickly fall into place. Their office administrator, Cindy, directed me to tile stores that offered design consultations. I made an appointment at Floor & Decor for a free design consultation and was able to find the floor, wall, bullnose and accent tile within an hour. Tommie came out with photos of bathroom makeovers that Samanco had done, cabinet samples and quartz samples from their recommended fabricators, and I was able to select cabinets and countertop within another hour. I did use Samanco's recommended fabricators for the semi-custom maple Shaker-style cabinets ($1,553) and the quartz countertop with undermount sink ($770) and am very happy with their quality, their price, and the quick turn-around time to get them made. The total cost of Samanco labor and supplies was approximately $9,000. The cost of "customer supplied items" totaled about $4,500. I also had my preferred roofer install a new roof vent and ducting for the new bath fan, adding another $450 cost to the project. The total cost for the remodel came to almost $14,000. The remodeled bathroom came together beautifully. I hired Samanco based on their Angie's List reviews. I am happy to add my own and highly recommend this company.