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Recent Review: It was a great experience. All the staff were friendly and helpful. The choices of stone are terrific.
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Business Description: STCC provides services for residential and commercial builds.
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Business Description: Our Showroom offers numerous lines to choose from to fit any budget- from stock to semi-custom, to full custom cabinetry. We carry a wide range of countertop material: granite, quartz, marble, onyx, concrete and wood. We also carry wood, tile, carpet and laminate flooring. Please feel welcome to stop by and visit our showroom during our open hours: Showroom address: 5829 W Sam Houston Pkwy N, # 301, Houston, TX 77041. Showroom hours: Mon-Fri 9:00 AM-5:00 PM; Sat 9:00 AM-2:00 PM.
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Business Description: We believe your home deserves true custom cabinets with custom space utilization, design and individualized attention to detail. The design possibilities are endless and your cabinets will be crafted to exact specifications, utilizing the finest woods and materials available to meet and exceed your expectations. The cabinet maker who crafted your cabinets will install your cabinets; simply because only he knows your expectations and has a complete understanding of your particular project design and requirements.You will NOT find any particle board, MDF, vinyl veneers, plastic corners, hot-glued joints or sub-standard hardware in our cabinetry! Our renowned joinery and outstanding finish work is considered furniture quality and the best in the business. 10 years in the industry has taught us that there is no comparison to store bought and mass production cabinetry.
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Business Description: Rite Construction Services, Inc. is not portrayed as a large construction firm, yet we have the ability to handle any task at hand. We want to continue our goal of adding the personal touch to every job we do, no matter how big or small. We thrive on the success of our employees in their greatest efforts to provide you the three key elements: • Quality-The ability to produce a product and service long lasting. This gives us an edge on the competition who may not be around long enough to properly fix their mistakes. We want to take the time to address all of your needs immediately, by doing everything right the first time with the most effective materials available. We want you to be fully involved in the entire process, as much as you choose. You worked hard to get to this point of fixing your home, designing your office, or building of your future. • Cost Efficiency-The means by which you get the highest quality products at the lowest prices available. Our office staff is challenged in researching the best prices from suppliers around the entire United States and Canada. They do not rest until we find a quality product at an even lower price. Our new software programs are designed to update these prices daily from various collaborative suppliers. We pass on the savings directly to you. • Consistency-Doing the same thing every time without delay. Consistency for many companies is not always a positive attribute. Many times we have heard our client’s state they could never find the reliability and punctuality they needed. We tolerate no less than perfection in regards to positive consistency. To the best of our ability, we work around your schedule. Your time can sometimes be extremely limited and, to us, is always important. Call us, we can show you how great we really are. And finally, with us you can expect to receive these great services for both Residential and Commercial Properties: • Roofing-Metal or Composite o Residential o Commercial • Fencing-Wood, Wrought Iron, and Chain Link o Residential o Commercial • Remodeling-Any type needed o Residential o Commercial • Siding-Masonry, Veneer, Hardi-Plank, Metal, and Vinyl o Residential o Commercial • Painting and Texturing o Residential o Commercial • Concrete/Decking-Porches, driveways, foundation, parking lots, etc. o Residential o Commercial • Windows-Install and repair o Residential o Commercial • Flooring and Carpet-Wood, Tile, Vinyl, Carpet, etc. o Residential o Commercial • Drywall-Replacement and Repair o Residential o Commercial • Plumbing/HVAC/Electrical o Residential o Commercial • Trash and Debris Cleanup o Residential o Commercial • Framing o Residential o Commercial • Home Building o Residential • Commercial Property Architecture & Design o Commercial
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Recent Review: We worked with Joehn at the Atascocita store.  He was helpful in recommending materials and colors.  We set the budget up front and he worked within that limitation.  We are very happy with the results.  Everything looks great.  The crews were polite and worked hard to complete the jobs on time.  It all come together very well.
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Recent Review: We were very cautious at the beginning because we a did not know where to start.  I looked at AngiesList and other home improvement websites. I found the HomeAdvisors & the Home Depot websites useless. Many of their folks did not call back nor did they seem qualified to handled the job. We did get several bids, but Chad and Stonecraft were the only ones that really seemed to want the work.  We got off to a slow start in February, due mostly to a lot of rain. Chad Chafin along with Frederico (his boss) kept the job moving along at a good pace.  Even thought we had a few bumps along the way, we are overall very pleased with the performance and outcome of the project.
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Recent Review: BID FOR WORK WAS PRESENTED IN PROFESSIONAL, AND TIMELY MANNER. JUAN AND CREW ARRIVED TO DO THE WORK WHEN PROMISED. WORK WAS PERFORMED TO OUR SATISFACTION, IN TIMELY MANNER.
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Recent Review: I rate H-Town an A+, a true 10/10.   The project completed by H-Towne was major to say the least. H-Towne's motto is "Simply put, integrity first" and I can honestly say this is absolutely the truth and is embodied in everything they do.  From the start JR Smith, owner of H-Towne met with us at our convenience after business hours which is what worked with our hectic schedules. This immediately set H-Towne apart, as in the search for a contractor I found it rare that any would meet outside 8-5 Monday through Friday. On our initial meeting, JR was extremely knowledgeable and provided great insight and ideas on our planned project. He was courteous and extremely professional, following up a day or two later with a detailed bid and design ideas.  After making the obvious decision to go with H-Towne, the project started as scheduled. I cannot understate how big of a project it is and how many things are involved with adding-on to a house. JR and his team handled every step with professionalism and always took the high-road when critical decisions needed to be made on how to proceed. In construction, rarely does everything go exactly as planned - there are always unforseen issues, especially with older homes. Several times during construction unforseen issues arose, which JR handled usually at their expense, without complaint. The entire construction project went on with ups and downs including issues with the city of Houston and natural gas permitting. All of these issues that were out of H-Townes' control were handled with professionalism, minimizing delays and keeping the project on track. Every unforseen issue was dealt with quickly and fairly without any arguments or bickering over costs. For example, JR realized the proper way to complete the roof tie-in for the paito cover would be to add a massive unforseen section of new roof to the back of the house, and made the decision unequivocally as it was the best way to do it. I can definitively say most contractors would not have taken the high-road or would have passed on this unforseen cost to the customer. In another instance, JR had a masonry sub that did a fairly decent, but not perfect job of applying stone veneer to the back of the house. Despite us not pushing the issue and being mostly satisfied (but not 100%) JR took it upon himself, without even telling us, to redo the entire masonry job on his own dime. Throughout the job, JR was available via phone or text message almost 24/7, and we maintained a very good on-going dialogue. JR was on the job daily, and usually for at least several hours, when anything important was taking place.   I can definitely say H-Towne promised not to leave the job until we were 100% satisfied and they honored that commitment to the fullest extent. In fairness I think this says a lot because I'm probably one of the more difficult people to please in the world.
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Recent Review: Overall,the project went pretty well. Dave came out to look at the project to give me an estimate. He took measurements, did a calculation in his head regarding his bid and we both agreed upon the price of $650 for the job (the price included his purchasing the doors and any trim he needed to buy, as well as his painting the trim around the closet and painting the new doors). This was a rental property so I needed to make sure the job was done to both mine and the tenant's satisfaction On the day the work was scheduled to be done, we agreed to meet at the property at 11:00. (Being that this is a rental property, I needed to be at the property the whole time the work was being done.) I went to the property around 10:30, about 30 minutes early. Dave called me around 11:00 to let me know that he wouldn't be at the property until around noon because he had to pick up the doors. After waiting at the property until about 12:30, I called asking where he was. He then informed me that he wouldn't be at the property for about another hour. I said fine and sat in my car for what I expected to be another hour. Dave finally showed up around 1:30 and then began the process of measuring the top of the door for a piece of veneer he needed to buy to cover the tracks of the old sliding closet doors. He then left to go buy the veneer that was needed and his helper stayed behind to start the work. The old doors were removed and put in the garage, then the worker began the installation of the new doors. Dave returned with the veneers to cover the old tracks. The veneers were installed and the tracks were covered. Then the new hardware for the sliding doors was put in. The actual door installation went pretty smoothly - unfortunately the doors were a bit too tall for the opening, so they had to be ripped down a little bit on the bottom to fit the opening. Once the doors were ripped and everything fit, it just took time for both closet doors to be installed. Once they were installed and aligned properly, the painting began. The doors were taken off of the closet and brought outside for painting. While Dave's helper started on painting the doors, Dave painted the trim around the closet. Once the trim was finished. Dave came downstairs to help finish the door painting. This took quite some time (a few hours). Once the doors were painted, they were taken back up and re-installed in the closet opening. After the project was finished, I had a talk with Dave about why this project took as long as it did. Dave explained to me three things: first - the travel time for this job was fairly long as he was coming from Sugarland and there was quite a bit of traffic getting to the job site; two - the travel time back and forth between the hardware store and the job site took longer then expected due to his not knowing the area very well and there was significant traffic in the area; three - he had not done very many bi-fold door installations so things went slower than anticipated. I understood everything he was talking about, but in my head I was thinking the following (if you live so far away, why didn't you leave sooner to get here on time; didn't you use something like Google Maps to get around the area better if you weren't familiar with it?; if you weren't that skilled at installing bi-fold doors then I wish you would have told me up front because I knew that they were not as simple as screwing in a new track, installing the doors and that was it). Unfortunately, after the initial installation of the doors, the tenant called me and said that the paint job was incomplete (the inner edges of the doors once each door was open was not painted), there were several drips in the paint, and one of the pins that hold the door steady once it is open was bent). Dave is coming out next week to take care of all of these issues. Dave and his helper came back a week later to tackle all of the issues that my tenant had commented on. Upon completion, I reviewed all of the work that had been done to remediate the problems, and everything was done to my satisfaction. I was very pleased. I am planning on using Dave again to perform the exact same task in the adjoining bedroom. I am hoping things will go a bit smoother this time since Dave has now had the extra experience of changing out sliding doors for bi-fold doors He now knows what to expect and what needs to be done to get the doors to fit correctly. I just hope that Dave takes in consideration the traffic, the need to get the doors before the day of the job, and the time it will take to paint the doors so that there the job does not take as  long as it did this time.

Reviews for Stone Veneer Installation in Houston

AFloors For Living
We worked with Joehn at the Atascocita store.  He was helpful in recommending materials and colors.  We set the budget up front and he worked within that limitation.  We are very happy with the results.  Everything looks great.  The crews were polite and worked hard to complete the jobs on time.  It all come together very well.
- Michael R....
AStonecraft Builders, LLC
We were very cautious at the beginning because we a did not know where to start.  I looked at AngiesList and other home improvement websites. I found the HomeAdvisors & the Home Depot websites useless. Many of their folks did not call back nor did they seem qualified to handled the job. We did get several bids, but Chad and Stonecraft were the only ones that really seemed to want the work.  We got off to a slow start in February, due mostly to a lot of rain. Chad Chafin along with Frederico (his boss) kept the job moving along at a good pace.  Even thought we had a few bumps along the way, we are overall very pleased with the performance and outcome of the project.
- Renate R....
AHandyman Connection - Houston
They were prompt, neat and clean, and charged a fair price. Carlos bid the job and did a fantastic job. He worked very hard, and I would definitely use him again.
- Elaine E....
AHONEY DO HANDYMAN LLC
BID FOR WORK WAS PRESENTED IN PROFESSIONAL, AND TIMELY MANNER. JUAN AND CREW ARRIVED TO DO THE WORK WHEN PROMISED. WORK WAS PERFORMED TO OUR SATISFACTION, IN TIMELY MANNER.
- Marvin L....
AH-Towne & Around Remodelers, Inc.
I rate H-Town an A+, a true 10/10.   The project completed by H-Towne was major to say the least. H-Towne's motto is "Simply put, integrity first" and I can honestly say this is absolutely the truth and is embodied in everything they do.  From the start JR Smith, owner of H-Towne met with us at our convenience after business hours which is what worked with our hectic schedules. This immediately set H-Towne apart, as in the search for a contractor I found it rare that any would meet outside 8-5 Monday through Friday. On our initial meeting, JR was extremely knowledgeable and provided great insight and ideas on our planned project. He was courteous and extremely professional, following up a day or two later with a detailed bid and design ideas.  After making the obvious decision to go with H-Towne, the project started as scheduled. I cannot understate how big of a project it is and how many things are involved with adding-on to a house. JR and his team handled every step with professionalism and always took the high-road when critical decisions needed to be made on how to proceed. In construction, rarely does everything go exactly as planned - there are always unforseen issues, especially with older homes. Several times during construction unforseen issues arose, which JR handled usually at their expense, without complaint. The entire construction project went on with ups and downs including issues with the city of Houston and natural gas permitting. All of these issues that were out of H-Townes' control were handled with professionalism, minimizing delays and keeping the project on track. Every unforseen issue was dealt with quickly and fairly without any arguments or bickering over costs. For example, JR realized the proper way to complete the roof tie-in for the paito cover would be to add a massive unforseen section of new roof to the back of the house, and made the decision unequivocally as it was the best way to do it. I can definitively say most contractors would not have taken the high-road or would have passed on this unforseen cost to the customer. In another instance, JR had a masonry sub that did a fairly decent, but not perfect job of applying stone veneer to the back of the house. Despite us not pushing the issue and being mostly satisfied (but not 100%) JR took it upon himself, without even telling us, to redo the entire masonry job on his own dime. Throughout the job, JR was available via phone or text message almost 24/7, and we maintained a very good on-going dialogue. JR was on the job daily, and usually for at least several hours, when anything important was taking place.   I can definitely say H-Towne promised not to leave the job until we were 100% satisfied and they honored that commitment to the fullest extent. In fairness I think this says a lot because I'm probably one of the more difficult people to please in the world.
- Andrew K....
ADave Roundtree Handyman Repairs & Svcs
Overall,the project went pretty well. Dave came out to look at the project to give me an estimate. He took measurements, did a calculation in his head regarding his bid and we both agreed upon the price of $650 for the job (the price included his purchasing the doors and any trim he needed to buy, as well as his painting the trim around the closet and painting the new doors). This was a rental property so I needed to make sure the job was done to both mine and the tenant's satisfaction On the day the work was scheduled to be done, we agreed to meet at the property at 11:00. (Being that this is a rental property, I needed to be at the property the whole time the work was being done.) I went to the property around 10:30, about 30 minutes early. Dave called me around 11:00 to let me know that he wouldn't be at the property until around noon because he had to pick up the doors. After waiting at the property until about 12:30, I called asking where he was. He then informed me that he wouldn't be at the property for about another hour. I said fine and sat in my car for what I expected to be another hour. Dave finally showed up around 1:30 and then began the process of measuring the top of the door for a piece of veneer he needed to buy to cover the tracks of the old sliding closet doors. He then left to go buy the veneer that was needed and his helper stayed behind to start the work. The old doors were removed and put in the garage, then the worker began the installation of the new doors. Dave returned with the veneers to cover the old tracks. The veneers were installed and the tracks were covered. Then the new hardware for the sliding doors was put in. The actual door installation went pretty smoothly - unfortunately the doors were a bit too tall for the opening, so they had to be ripped down a little bit on the bottom to fit the opening. Once the doors were ripped and everything fit, it just took time for both closet doors to be installed. Once they were installed and aligned properly, the painting began. The doors were taken off of the closet and brought outside for painting. While Dave's helper started on painting the doors, Dave painted the trim around the closet. Once the trim was finished. Dave came downstairs to help finish the door painting. This took quite some time (a few hours). Once the doors were painted, they were taken back up and re-installed in the closet opening. After the project was finished, I had a talk with Dave about why this project took as long as it did. Dave explained to me three things: first - the travel time for this job was fairly long as he was coming from Sugarland and there was quite a bit of traffic getting to the job site; two - the travel time back and forth between the hardware store and the job site took longer then expected due to his not knowing the area very well and there was significant traffic in the area; three - he had not done very many bi-fold door installations so things went slower than anticipated. I understood everything he was talking about, but in my head I was thinking the following (if you live so far away, why didn't you leave sooner to get here on time; didn't you use something like Google Maps to get around the area better if you weren't familiar with it?; if you weren't that skilled at installing bi-fold doors then I wish you would have told me up front because I knew that they were not as simple as screwing in a new track, installing the doors and that was it). Unfortunately, after the initial installation of the doors, the tenant called me and said that the paint job was incomplete (the inner edges of the doors once each door was open was not painted), there were several drips in the paint, and one of the pins that hold the door steady once it is open was bent). Dave is coming out next week to take care of all of these issues. Dave and his helper came back a week later to tackle all of the issues that my tenant had commented on. Upon completion, I reviewed all of the work that had been done to remediate the problems, and everything was done to my satisfaction. I was very pleased. I am planning on using Dave again to perform the exact same task in the adjoining bedroom. I am hoping things will go a bit smoother this time since Dave has now had the extra experience of changing out sliding doors for bi-fold doors He now knows what to expect and what needs to be done to get the doors to fit correctly. I just hope that Dave takes in consideration the traffic, the need to get the doors before the day of the job, and the time it will take to paint the doors so that there the job does not take as  long as it did this time.
- Matthew S....
AAnthony Renard Remodeling, L.L.C.
Anthony Renaud Remodeling (John Pederson, owner) was recommended to us by a handyman who is no longer in the business (who was recommended by our realtor). After receiving Mr. Pederson's phone number, I called him to find out if he was available to give an estimate on some handyman-type jobs in my condo, including carpentry, painting, and tile and grout work, as well as repairing a towel rack. Mr. Pederson was available, and offered that his estimate would be free. We were able to schedule an appointment for him to do the estimate for several days after the original phone call. On the day of the estimate, Mr. Pederson arrived and was able to find the condo unit successfully (despite the building being a bit of a maze). After showing him each bit of work needed, he took the necessary measurements and made recommendations for how he would proceed. He made note of the work needed to be done on a type-written form. He willingly answered any and all questions my husband and I had for him. He said he would be able to inform us by email what the estimated cost would be to have the work performed. We received a typed estimate by email. We replied that we would like him to complete the work for us. Due to his schedule, we did have to wait a few weeks. On the scheduled day for the work to begin, I received a phone call from him saying that he hadn't found tile that matched closely enough, and that he would try one more location. After finding it, he informed me that he would be on the way. When he arrived, Mr. Pederson went to work immediately. Due to our HOA rules, Mr. Pederson had to stop working at 5pm. Although I was prepared to pay him a portion of the agreed-upon fee, Mr. Pederson did not request any payment for the work he had done so far. The mark of a TRUE PROFESSIONAL! Mr. Pederson was back as soon as he be the next morning (after 9am due to HOA rules). After completing all of the tasks, Mr. Pederson walked me through what he did, and left me with the invoice as he moved the last of his tools/items to his truck. Throughout the two days of work, Mr. Pederson worked quietly, efficiently, and professionally. He managed his time well, and cleaned up after himself as he did the requested work. When I had questions for him, he answered with thought, with professionalism, and with honesty. If he had options on how we would like the work to be done, he gave us the options, gave his recommendation, and let us decide. He then followed our instructions. We really appreciated the fact that he did not request any payment until the job was done.
- Marie C....
AWalker Home Improvements
I wanted to install a kitchen exhaust vent for an over-the-range (OTR) microwave oven. Space in my kitchen is limited so a range hood was not an option. I had to work with my existing OTR microwave configuration which made the best possible use of the existing kitchen space. The blower in my microwave oven was currently operating in recirculate mode - meaning nasty fry odors from the stove were just being blown back into the kitchen. You could tell what was cooking from the second floor! Fortunately, the microwave oven is attached to an outside wall - which made it feasible to install the ducting necessary for an exhaust vent to the outside. After seeking some quotes I decided to go with Walker Home Improvement for the project. With advice from Robert Walker, I bought duct parts (6" round) and an exhaust vent cover (with critter guard) from Home Depot. I had even bought an exhaust vent adapter for my GE microwave ([*** Link removed ***] ahead of time (in case it was needed). Installation was tricky due to unanticipated obstacles - there was gas pipe hidden in the wall that the duct had to go around, and an electrical outlet abutted the transition from microwave to duct. The shortest path to the outside was a horizontal route which I wanted to avoid because it would require making a hole in brick veneer. So the duct first went vertically up into the ceiling crawl space for a short distance before emerging horizontally through the siding and terminating at the exhaust hood. An access panel had to be cut into the ceiling crawlspace to route the duct. Robert did an excellent job navigating every obstacle. The drywall was cut to shape, replaced, and re-textured. All gaps were sealed and caulked. The work was completed in two days (I had not required priming and paining). I highly recommend Robert Walker, especially for similar projects. His work is thorough and professional, and he knows what he is doing! After the project was completed I installed the "microvisorhood" ([*** Link removed ***] which greatly enhances exhaust effectiveness when using the front burners! ([*** Link removed ***] It is also easy to remove when not required.
- Nina A....
AHouston Repair & Remodeling
 When the removal of heavy vegetation by the side of my house revealed a faucet that I hadn't known about, I was dismayed to find that the builder had connected it to the hot water pipe.  I had new landscaping and needed to be able to use the faucet.  I called Houston Repair and Remodeling, thinking that I needed a general contractor who could not only do the plumbing work, but also break through the brick veneer to get at the pipes and then restore the brick veneer.  I wondered if my job was too small for them, but Philip came out promptly, and he had a thorough look at the pipes in the attic and in my bathrooms, to understand how the connections had been made.  He was trying to avoid, if possible, having to go through the brick.  While he was in the attic, he commented on a split vent pipe from the stove that needed fixing - very fast and easy to do, but I never would have noticed.   As he worked he way through the water pipes and we talked, it was very clear that he is knowledgeable, skilled and very thorough.  He ended up concluding that to maintain the original faucet, it would in fact be necessary to break through the brick, which would be an expensive ($1000) job.  Then he noticed some exterior, above-ground pipes for the sprinkler system and he proposed a much cheaper solution - run a new pipe and faucet off the sprinkler pipe and cap off the original faucet.  The price would be $325.  I thought that was a great solution!  He also noted that the exposed sprinkler pipes needed to be insulated, which the sprinkler contractor had neglected to do.  He came out the next day while I was at work to do the job.  He insulated those pipes and also tested the entire sprinkler system, locating a broken head that needed replacement.  His assistant called me to get my OK for an additional $40 charge, but I was away from my phone.   When she called later that day to get my credit card information for the $365 charge, I agreed to the extra without any problem, but I was charged only the original $325 quoted.  I'm assuming that this is an example of Philip's principled business  practices.  I really appreciate people who go the extra step to do things right, even if they are not entirely in the frame of the original problem.  Philip could have ignored the sprinkler pipe insulation problem and I would never have noticed.  Testing the sprinkler system was also an added bonus.  Houston Repair and Remodeling is now definitely my first choice for future repairs on my house. 
- Susan M....
FEMS HOME REMODELING
To begin with the columns they put up we wanted stained on top. Eddie didnt event wipe off the dirt and mud of the columns before he applied the stain on top of it. Even the stwin was applied incorrectly. He applied it with a paint roller which left some parts dark some parts light. You can clearly see roller marks and mud on the post. Eddie then claims he miss understood us and under bid the job when he is already half way in it. so we pay him more money for The 3 foot of decorative brick that was veneer stone and was done sloppy. He charged us for 8 boxes of stone at 75.00 a box and only brought 4 boxes for our porch. I watched the guy apply the stone and only use 4 boxes. I asked Eddies workers if they had 8 boxes and and they told me on 4 different occasions that eddie only bought 4 boxes. So we got ripped off there. eddie didnt buy any corners for the stone and didnt feel in the gaps where the stone meets. Looks sloppy. At the time we didnt know enough about the application to realize that it was done wrong. our celing of our porch is already falling off becuase they didnt support it right and its only been 2 months since job was complete. It took an act of congress to get Eddie back out to show him these problems. He recently came and looked at everything and since then is not returning our phone calls. I never write reviews but had too for EMS. We have tried to work with him and give him a chance to fix the problems. My husband is considering contacting our family attorney. Please avoid the headache and waste of money. This back porch will lower or house value.
- Monica J....