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Cherrywood Custom Woodworking
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Recent Review: Ryan was fantastic to work with! We asked Ryan to build a replacement island and range hood for our kitchen remodel. He spent a lot of time planning the details of the project, giving us options and making a few visits to our house to make sure every last detail was thought out. As a result, he built a great end product and took the time to install it properly and be mindful of the small finish details including cleaning up the work-space when he was done. Whenever I have this type of need in the future Ryan will be the first person I call.
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Combs Heating AC Services
Recent Review: they arrived about 20 minutes early which is fine and within two hours had the unit installed with insulated pipe going through the roof with topper in place. Installed the flashing and have had no problems with leaks.  The hood great (I purchased the hood).
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Louisville Cabinets & Countertops, LLC
Recent Review: Some items we chose separately and provided were kitchen faucet fixture, new gas range and glass tile for backsplash and were not included in the cost of Tim's service.  Total cost of project was within our expected range. Scope of work included: - tear out of old kitchen - install natural gas line to new stove location (previous range was electric) - relocate kitchen water supply lines - rewire kitchen for under counter lighting - replace overhead fluorescent light with 9 recessed LEDs - install chimney style range hood ducted to outside - install 42 sq ft subway glass backsplash - provided and installed 600 sg ft of vinyl plank flooring - installed all wood cabinets with soft close doors and drawers, ceiling height cabinets with crown moulding  - moveable kitchen island  - quartz countertops and undermount quartzite sink - hook up of sink and fixture, garbage disposal, dishwasher, and gas range
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KITCHEN RENEW
Recent Review: We were very pleased with our updated kitchen. Kitchen Renew was able to work with our counter top selection when another company said that the style we selected would not work out. They were very creative in working out some of the problems our kitchen posed for them and helped us save money by repairing our appliance garage and cabinet drawer rather than having to buy replacements.
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J Christopher Construction
Recent Review: They started work on Oct. 22nd and  finished on Nov. 21st. The first thing they did was install a temporary wall and cover it with a tarp and plastic sheeting to contain the dust.   The work included demo of kitchen cabinets and counter top.  Removal of the wall between the kitchen and living room and install a  structural beam.  Remove existing flooring in the kitchen and laundry room and install porcelain tile. They put in all new plumbing, which included shutoffs, waterlines, trap and drain  and waterline for the new refrigerator and waterline and drain for the dishwasher and a washer box and shutoffs in the laundry room.  Installed new sink and garbage disposal and all the new cabinetry.     The electrical work included 11 LED can lights in the ceiling, under-cabinet lighting, 6 GFI-protected outlets and a USB outlet. They put in all the appliance connections and vented the range hood to the outside.   They patched, prepared and painted the walls in the two rooms.   They did a lot of extra things that came up along the way and always with an upbeat attitude.      The guys showed up on time every day, worked hard 7 days a  week, and was always totally professional.  We are planning to have them back in the spring to do our two bathrooms.   It was truly a pleasure having them work in our home.
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Two Guys With Tools
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DIAMOND DUST CONSTRUCTION
Recent Review: This is a difficult review to write, in that the experience was mixed, with the contractor doing many things outstandingly well and a few things rather badly. This was a big project with a historic district home with many little oddities. First the good: a)The contractor is a very, very, creative, effective problem solver. Where other contracts said "that can't be done"-- he looked at it, thought it through and came up with elegant, cost effective solutions-- One example of this was his installation of a 20 foot steel beam cleverly sunk into the existing brick wall which allowed a uniform, high ceiling across the newly combined space. b) The contractor is an outstanding carpenter who really cares about the final look and functionality of the product. I had a completed design, but he offered improvements to it that really were genuine improvements. He incorporated existing 100 year old cabinets seamlessly into the new space. The finished look is amazing! c)The contracter was willing to undertake new tasks and smart enough to research the how first. One example of this is the gorgeous concrete floor that now graces the kitchen (yes, I know, it doesn't sound like concrete would go in a circa 1882 home, but it fits). d) The contractor was very patient with a homeowner who was very particular about the look she was going for, but not entirely sure of how to get there. He spent hours working out solutions that helped me get 99% of what I wanted. He was also able to "go with the flow" when the house's hidden structure forced changes to the plan or when I found "great buys" that had to be fit in (like the copper range hood from a salvage yard). But not everything was great.... a) The project was scheduled to take 20 weeks and instead took slightly over a year! b) He lost interest at the very end and had real trouble forcing himself to complete lots of small details- little problems like shoe molding that keeps popping off have never been dealt with. 4 years later--we are still waiting for him to "get to it". c) He started other projects before he finished mine, really dragging out what should have been two weeks work to three months or so! d) While working on my sink installation, he snapped the cherry apron board, rather than order another, he mended it, promising me it would look great and be just as strong. I doubted that it would be just as strong, but he guaranteed if it ever broke, he would repair or replace it. So, I went along. The repaid did look great- the seam wasn't even visible. But, sure enough, last year it snapped on one side, with a piece of the board falling into the sind support and leaving a big gap and a visible joining "biscuit". I called him several times over the course of 8 months to come and repair it and he just blew me off. Well, he promised each time that he or one of his people would be back in touch, but they never were. On one call he gave the name and number of some random carpenter saying he was expecting my call on this matter. I called the carpenter-- He had no idea who i was or why I was calling him! At that point, I gave up on the contractor honoring the guarantee. I used a vacuum cleaner to suck the missing piece of cherry wood out of the sink support and rigged supports to hold it while I wood glued it into place. It doesn't look as seamles and perfect as it would have if done by a real carpenter, but it is a lot better that the gaping hole that there before. e) He absolutely swore up, down and sideways that if I gave him the final payment he wouldn't skip out on the last little details. Stupidly, foolishly, I fell for this-- So, we were left with a project that was 99.5% fabulous and .5% undone. Sigh. I knew better. I really did. I thought a long time about the question above: Would you use this company again? In the end, I think I would, for the skill set. But I would never make that last payment until every single detail is done.

Reviews in Louisville to Install Range Hood

ACherrywood Custom Woodworking
Ryan was fantastic to work with! We asked Ryan to build a replacement island and range hood for our kitchen remodel. He spent a lot of time planning the details of the project, giving us options and making a few visits to our house to make sure every last detail was thought out. As a result, he built a great end product and took the time to install it properly and be mindful of the small finish details including cleaning up the work-space when he was done. Whenever I have this type of need in the future Ryan will be the first person I call.
- Teresa B....
ACombs Heating AC Services
they arrived about 20 minutes early which is fine and within two hours had the unit installed with insulated pipe going through the roof with topper in place. Installed the flashing and have had no problems with leaks.  The hood great (I purchased the hood).
- Elizabeth K....
ALouisville Cabinets & Countertops, LLC
Some items we chose separately and provided were kitchen faucet fixture, new gas range and glass tile for backsplash and were not included in the cost of Tim's service.  Total cost of project was within our expected range. Scope of work included: - tear out of old kitchen - install natural gas line to new stove location (previous range was electric) - relocate kitchen water supply lines - rewire kitchen for under counter lighting - replace overhead fluorescent light with 9 recessed LEDs - install chimney style range hood ducted to outside - install 42 sq ft subway glass backsplash - provided and installed 600 sg ft of vinyl plank flooring - installed all wood cabinets with soft close doors and drawers, ceiling height cabinets with crown moulding  - moveable kitchen island  - quartz countertops and undermount quartzite sink - hook up of sink and fixture, garbage disposal, dishwasher, and gas range
- Charles M....
AKITCHEN RENEW
We were very pleased with our updated kitchen. Kitchen Renew was able to work with our counter top selection when another company said that the style we selected would not work out. They were very creative in working out some of the problems our kitchen posed for them and helped us save money by repairing our appliance garage and cabinet drawer rather than having to buy replacements.
- Carolyn W....
AJ Christopher Construction
They started work on Oct. 22nd and  finished on Nov. 21st. The first thing they did was install a temporary wall and cover it with a tarp and plastic sheeting to contain the dust.   The work included demo of kitchen cabinets and counter top.  Removal of the wall between the kitchen and living room and install a  structural beam.  Remove existing flooring in the kitchen and laundry room and install porcelain tile. They put in all new plumbing, which included shutoffs, waterlines, trap and drain  and waterline for the new refrigerator and waterline and drain for the dishwasher and a washer box and shutoffs in the laundry room.  Installed new sink and garbage disposal and all the new cabinetry.     The electrical work included 11 LED can lights in the ceiling, under-cabinet lighting, 6 GFI-protected outlets and a USB outlet. They put in all the appliance connections and vented the range hood to the outside.   They patched, prepared and painted the walls in the two rooms.   They did a lot of extra things that came up along the way and always with an upbeat attitude.      The guys showed up on time every day, worked hard 7 days a  week, and was always totally professional.  We are planning to have them back in the spring to do our two bathrooms.   It was truly a pleasure having them work in our home.
- Julie J....
DTwo Guys With Tools
I stopped by their shop while having work done on my car to inquire about having a kitchen range hood vented to the exterior installed in my kitchen in my home in the Highlands.  I explained that we could vent straight up a low slope roof so the run of pipe would be short but the roof flashing would be critical.   I asked about hourly rates and attempted to get a general idea of pricing  if this would be a time and materials job.  Owner refused to state hourly rates  but stated he could come over.  Sure I said and gave him 30 sec run down on the project so he would know what to expect. Later in the afternoon I received a call from owner stating he had conferred with his partner and no he would not want my business.  He said they have a policy of not working with homeowners who stated that their project was simple.  Something to the effect of we don't want that work  even though their website said that they specialize in small stuff.   Apparently they work at small and extremely complicated projects.   I started to Laugh which was probably a bad idea . He further stated that he and his partner don't want to work with anyone that either knows or thinks they know anything about construction because he and his partner are Experts and Professional.  I sent them an email last night  stating  that my last remodel was more extensive leading me to assume this would be a simple project.  That job was, one of six I have done ( and I have also built one house from the ground up,) so while I  am no professional I do know a bit about houses, renovations etc.  My last remodel done in another state, involved $60,000 of work including plumbing, electric, insulation, windows, doors, floors, roof, siding, new kitchen and new bathrooms, so yes I thought in my littlle mind that adding a kitchen range hood was in fact  a "Simple Project".   I received this email from them this morning "you are harrassing us, please do not contact us again.  this kind of behavior may be ok where you came from..but its not here in louisville. we have been in this neighborhood for too long for your dishaonest reviews to haveI any effect"  I am  sure they have skills that serve a market but I will never know because I used a term they don't like to describe my project. I do believe we got off on the wrong foot .  I p***** them off  and they p***** me off as well    I  have worked with dozens of contractors and subs over the years and find  certain men are not comfortable working with knowledgle women.  Perhaps this is not the case, but it could be . These guys might be the greatest two guys with tools in the Highlands and sadly I will never know  due to my being  a know  it all already done a bunch of remodels draws her own blueprints chick  and not understanding just  how difficult a small job is to these two local men. It's all good as I think I might have higher standards of workmanship than they wish to perform.  
- Elizabeth C....
BDIAMOND DUST CONSTRUCTION
This is a difficult review to write, in that the experience was mixed, with the contractor doing many things outstandingly well and a few things rather badly. This was a big project with a historic district home with many little oddities. First the good: a)The contractor is a very, very, creative, effective problem solver. Where other contracts said "that can't be done"-- he looked at it, thought it through and came up with elegant, cost effective solutions-- One example of this was his installation of a 20 foot steel beam cleverly sunk into the existing brick wall which allowed a uniform, high ceiling across the newly combined space. b) The contractor is an outstanding carpenter who really cares about the final look and functionality of the product. I had a completed design, but he offered improvements to it that really were genuine improvements. He incorporated existing 100 year old cabinets seamlessly into the new space. The finished look is amazing! c)The contracter was willing to undertake new tasks and smart enough to research the how first. One example of this is the gorgeous concrete floor that now graces the kitchen (yes, I know, it doesn't sound like concrete would go in a circa 1882 home, but it fits). d) The contractor was very patient with a homeowner who was very particular about the look she was going for, but not entirely sure of how to get there. He spent hours working out solutions that helped me get 99% of what I wanted. He was also able to "go with the flow" when the house's hidden structure forced changes to the plan or when I found "great buys" that had to be fit in (like the copper range hood from a salvage yard). But not everything was great.... a) The project was scheduled to take 20 weeks and instead took slightly over a year! b) He lost interest at the very end and had real trouble forcing himself to complete lots of small details- little problems like shoe molding that keeps popping off have never been dealt with. 4 years later--we are still waiting for him to "get to it". c) He started other projects before he finished mine, really dragging out what should have been two weeks work to three months or so! d) While working on my sink installation, he snapped the cherry apron board, rather than order another, he mended it, promising me it would look great and be just as strong. I doubted that it would be just as strong, but he guaranteed if it ever broke, he would repair or replace it. So, I went along. The repaid did look great- the seam wasn't even visible. But, sure enough, last year it snapped on one side, with a piece of the board falling into the sind support and leaving a big gap and a visible joining "biscuit". I called him several times over the course of 8 months to come and repair it and he just blew me off. Well, he promised each time that he or one of his people would be back in touch, but they never were. On one call he gave the name and number of some random carpenter saying he was expecting my call on this matter. I called the carpenter-- He had no idea who i was or why I was calling him! At that point, I gave up on the contractor honoring the guarantee. I used a vacuum cleaner to suck the missing piece of cherry wood out of the sink support and rigged supports to hold it while I wood glued it into place. It doesn't look as seamles and perfect as it would have if done by a real carpenter, but it is a lot better that the gaping hole that there before. e) He absolutely swore up, down and sideways that if I gave him the final payment he wouldn't skip out on the last little details. Stupidly, foolishly, I fell for this-- So, we were left with a project that was 99.5% fabulous and .5% undone. Sigh. I knew better. I really did. I thought a long time about the question above: Would you use this company again? In the end, I think I would, for the skill set. But I would never make that last payment until every single detail is done.
- Deirdre S....