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D & V Construction Inc
Recent Review: David and his crew are an exceptional team. Their work is excellent, and I wouldn't hesitate to hire this company again. The work was completed on time and at a reasonable price. I also appreciated that I was able to contact him quickly when I needed some minor adjustments to the shower door. He came right out and made the adjustments. Great service!
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Aurora Remodeling
Business Description: With over 20 years experience in the construction industry Aurora Remodeling is prepared to take care of all your needs. No job is too small or too big! We focus on budget minded projects that allow us to not only take care of your house, but your budget on a project as well. We take customer service very seriously and our priority is your satisfaction. Call today for a consultation!
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US HOME INC
Recent Review: Steve did a great job rebuilding our shower. He and his team were prompt and professional from day one. He arrived on time to provide a quote, delivered the quote when he said he would and lined up his work crews to meet our schedule. The original shower removal was quick and clean. The crew laid down drop clothes to protect the carpets and floors. Each day the work area was cleaned up. There was no complaints about the daily or final clean up. Steve worked with us on the design of the shower, recommended where to go for fixtures and was willing to go the extra mile to please his customers and meet our expectations. The shower is beautiful with tile from floor to ceiling. Steve showed us a model-like home that he worked on and the shower he had build. He then provided us with a shower that looked just as good if not better. The value of our home definitely increased due to Steve's work. I know of two other families that have also successfully used Steve.
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Gullion Tile
Recent Review: Andy arrived promptly for our first meeting and gave me a detailed cost & time estimate as well as a start date.  He was always great to work with, just a super guy.  We provided all the materials for the job.  There were some headaches along the way but what remodel isn't?  It took 6 weeks instead of 3.  Some of the tiling had to be re-done to our satisfaction; although Andy had bought a special cutting blade to cut the tile around the shower head, the workman just cut a square that was visible even w/the flange in place; unfortunately, they used another color grout when they re-installed that 1 tile.  The toilet ended up too close to the shower and Andy had the toilet moved a proper distance from the glass shower door which involved a half day of drilling through concrete and replacing the drain pipe.  We had the vanity & granite installed by other contractors and used a friend's paint company, but Gullion tile did everything else.  Our bathroom is now both beautiful and functional.  We plan to use Andy again before the end of 2015 to do some remodeling in our mail bathroom as well.
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Home Improvements & Maintenance LLC
Recent Review: They did poor quality work, did not have appropriate supplies to complete job, caused a mess in my home, damaged my personal belongings, and left job unfinished and bathroom unusable. I have pictures of the whole project, including the damage to my property and the shambles they left it in.  I am having to hire other contractors to come in to try to fix the mess he left. The bathroom is costing me over twice as much as budgeted, to end up with an endproduct that is substandard. I have reported him to the Better Business Bureau, and he has failed to even respond to complaint.
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Blazing Renovations
Recent Review: Overall, the project went well. This contractor removed the old tub & enclosure, the toilet, vanity and sink. FLOOR:  The old floor was 4-inch tile, with chipping and missing grout, that had been installed using the old method of pouring concrete, then laying the tile on top, so it had to be broken into pieces for removal.  Then particle board subfloor was discovered under that, and had to be replaced with plywood.  Finally, new 12-inch tile was layed, with a 4-inch tile baseboard. WALLS:  Initially I was going to keep the same walls which were tiled up about half way, but an old leak was discovered to have caused drywall damage and mold at floor level, so I decided to have that removed and the drywall replaced.  I had a texture on the top half of the wall which was rather new, so only the tiled part of the drywall was removed.  New drywall was installed and molding was put in place to cover the seam between the new drywall and the textured upper drywall.  The wall area above the new shower surround was covered with vinyl panel that was trimmed out with molding. CEILING:  Since the bathroom is rather small, the ceiling drywall was replaced rather than the popcorn being removed.  DOORS:  New six-panel entrance and linen closet doors were installed. MISC:  Walls and ceiling were painted with flat, then semi-gloss paint.  The doors, facings and molding were also painted.  Towel bar and tissue holder were installed, although not where I had marked for them to be installed. The work took about 4 or 5 days, as tile had to set as well as drywall mud, before the next steps could be performed. This contractor arrived when scheduled, and worked to finish the job as quickly as possible, even though I made some changes along the way.   I was not informed as to how the refuse from the job was going to be dumped out at the curb without being on a tarp or cardboard.  I live in the county where there are no fines for doing such, but after the county picked up the bulk of it, I had stray refuse (chunks of tile, concrete and particle board) that I had to pick up for days afterward.  This could have been avoided if it  had all been dumped on a tarp or cardboard rather than directly on the ground.  The contractor has his wife and sister-in-law help on his jobs and some details are left to them while he is working on the construction.  When they were on the job they tended to use my personal home supplies such as paper towels, vacuum, broom and dustpan, etc.  I wasn't crazy about that because concrete and drywall dust gets in the tools and then make a mess in the rest of your house if you don't clean them out first. I looked over these last two items because it is extremely difficult to find an honest, skilled remodeler for small jobs in my area.
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Lee Builders Inc
Recent Review: We decided to do a partial remodel of our two bathrooms.  In the guest bath we had tub/shower combo replaced with a tiled shower, new tile flooring and new paint on walls.  Master bath we had insert shower removed and new tiled shower put in, tile flooring and new paint on walls.  We had a wonderful recommendation from friends about Lee Builders.  We called them, got the project going and now we are so happy with the whole experience.  Jason Lee, our contractor, is wonderful.  Everything went along like clockwork.  All the tradesmen he brought to our project were excellent at their jobs.  The plumbers were great at the job they did for us, rerouting lines and drains, etc.  The painters did an excellent job, the rooms look so beautiful.  The shower doors we got from Huntsville Glass are beautiful and we love them.  A very special thank you to Ed Tomlin who tiled our showers and floors.  What an excellent job he did and we are so very happy.  All of this came together under Jason’s supervision and we cannot thank him enough for taking excellent care of our little project.  Thank you Jason.  They will be called for all projects we will have in the future.  We highly recommend Lee Builders and especially Jason Lee.
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McMunn Construction LLC
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Business Description: .McMunn Construction is a family-owned company with more than 30 years of experience. We continue to grow and earn positive reviews because we value a job well done. You don’t have the time to follow up with numerous suppliers and work crews. You’re just looking for a construction group that doesn’t make empty promises or take advantage of your wallet. McMunn Construction’s family-run business won’t lead you astray. Our workers are punctual and professional. Services that we offer are listed below. Complete home restoration Kitchen and bathroom remodels Attic and bonus room additions Bedroom and garage expansions New roof installation or repair Choose Decatur, Alabama contractors who genuinely enjoy remodeling. Call 256-476-1488 for your free estimate, and ask us about our 5% discount for veterans and seniors. We also offer a 5% discount on all remodeling jobs over 10k dollars when you mention that you got our name from Angie's list.
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Chris's Painting & Decorating

Reviews in Mooresville to Install Shower Door

AD & V Construction Inc
David and his crew are an exceptional team. Their work is excellent, and I wouldn't hesitate to hire this company again. The work was completed on time and at a reasonable price. I also appreciated that I was able to contact him quickly when I needed some minor adjustments to the shower door. He came right out and made the adjustments. Great service!
- Shawna W....
CAurora Remodeling
I saw on Angies list that they had a deal for a shower remodel and also a deal for a tile floor remodel. I had them come out to give me an estimate. I found out very quickly that they would not give me either of the angies list deals. Also, the price they quoted seemed overpriced to me. After researching and getting several other bids, I found that they were way overpriced. The pricing for the amount and difficulty of the work did not seem to line up. I would not use them for any projects as they seemed to just want to stiff me on the price.
- Patrick S....
AUS HOME INC
Steve did a great job rebuilding our shower. He and his team were prompt and professional from day one. He arrived on time to provide a quote, delivered the quote when he said he would and lined up his work crews to meet our schedule. The original shower removal was quick and clean. The crew laid down drop clothes to protect the carpets and floors. Each day the work area was cleaned up. There was no complaints about the daily or final clean up. Steve worked with us on the design of the shower, recommended where to go for fixtures and was willing to go the extra mile to please his customers and meet our expectations. The shower is beautiful with tile from floor to ceiling. Steve showed us a model-like home that he worked on and the shower he had build. He then provided us with a shower that looked just as good if not better. The value of our home definitely increased due to Steve's work. I know of two other families that have also successfully used Steve.
- Gerald O....
AGullion Tile
Andy arrived promptly for our first meeting and gave me a detailed cost & time estimate as well as a start date.  He was always great to work with, just a super guy.  We provided all the materials for the job.  There were some headaches along the way but what remodel isn't?  It took 6 weeks instead of 3.  Some of the tiling had to be re-done to our satisfaction; although Andy had bought a special cutting blade to cut the tile around the shower head, the workman just cut a square that was visible even w/the flange in place; unfortunately, they used another color grout when they re-installed that 1 tile.  The toilet ended up too close to the shower and Andy had the toilet moved a proper distance from the glass shower door which involved a half day of drilling through concrete and replacing the drain pipe.  We had the vanity & granite installed by other contractors and used a friend's paint company, but Gullion tile did everything else.  Our bathroom is now both beautiful and functional.  We plan to use Andy again before the end of 2015 to do some remodeling in our mail bathroom as well.
- Susan L....
FHome Improvements & Maintenance LLC
They did poor quality work, did not have appropriate supplies to complete job, caused a mess in my home, damaged my personal belongings, and left job unfinished and bathroom unusable. I have pictures of the whole project, including the damage to my property and the shambles they left it in.  I am having to hire other contractors to come in to try to fix the mess he left. The bathroom is costing me over twice as much as budgeted, to end up with an endproduct that is substandard. I have reported him to the Better Business Bureau, and he has failed to even respond to complaint.
- Gail B....
BBlazing Renovations
Overall, the project went well. This contractor removed the old tub & enclosure, the toilet, vanity and sink. FLOOR:  The old floor was 4-inch tile, with chipping and missing grout, that had been installed using the old method of pouring concrete, then laying the tile on top, so it had to be broken into pieces for removal.  Then particle board subfloor was discovered under that, and had to be replaced with plywood.  Finally, new 12-inch tile was layed, with a 4-inch tile baseboard. WALLS:  Initially I was going to keep the same walls which were tiled up about half way, but an old leak was discovered to have caused drywall damage and mold at floor level, so I decided to have that removed and the drywall replaced.  I had a texture on the top half of the wall which was rather new, so only the tiled part of the drywall was removed.  New drywall was installed and molding was put in place to cover the seam between the new drywall and the textured upper drywall.  The wall area above the new shower surround was covered with vinyl panel that was trimmed out with molding. CEILING:  Since the bathroom is rather small, the ceiling drywall was replaced rather than the popcorn being removed.  DOORS:  New six-panel entrance and linen closet doors were installed. MISC:  Walls and ceiling were painted with flat, then semi-gloss paint.  The doors, facings and molding were also painted.  Towel bar and tissue holder were installed, although not where I had marked for them to be installed. The work took about 4 or 5 days, as tile had to set as well as drywall mud, before the next steps could be performed. This contractor arrived when scheduled, and worked to finish the job as quickly as possible, even though I made some changes along the way.   I was not informed as to how the refuse from the job was going to be dumped out at the curb without being on a tarp or cardboard.  I live in the county where there are no fines for doing such, but after the county picked up the bulk of it, I had stray refuse (chunks of tile, concrete and particle board) that I had to pick up for days afterward.  This could have been avoided if it  had all been dumped on a tarp or cardboard rather than directly on the ground.  The contractor has his wife and sister-in-law help on his jobs and some details are left to them while he is working on the construction.  When they were on the job they tended to use my personal home supplies such as paper towels, vacuum, broom and dustpan, etc.  I wasn't crazy about that because concrete and drywall dust gets in the tools and then make a mess in the rest of your house if you don't clean them out first. I looked over these last two items because it is extremely difficult to find an honest, skilled remodeler for small jobs in my area.
- Carolyn C....
ALee Builders Inc
We decided to do a partial remodel of our two bathrooms.  In the guest bath we had tub/shower combo replaced with a tiled shower, new tile flooring and new paint on walls.  Master bath we had insert shower removed and new tiled shower put in, tile flooring and new paint on walls.  We had a wonderful recommendation from friends about Lee Builders.  We called them, got the project going and now we are so happy with the whole experience.  Jason Lee, our contractor, is wonderful.  Everything went along like clockwork.  All the tradesmen he brought to our project were excellent at their jobs.  The plumbers were great at the job they did for us, rerouting lines and drains, etc.  The painters did an excellent job, the rooms look so beautiful.  The shower doors we got from Huntsville Glass are beautiful and we love them.  A very special thank you to Ed Tomlin who tiled our showers and floors.  What an excellent job he did and we are so very happy.  All of this came together under Jason’s supervision and we cannot thank him enough for taking excellent care of our little project.  Thank you Jason.  They will be called for all projects we will have in the future.  We highly recommend Lee Builders and especially Jason Lee.
- Debbie H....
FMcMunn Construction LLC
My wife and I hired McMunn construction in Huntsville AL. off Angies list because they were on Angies list and they have an "A" rating with several highly rated customer feedbacks which we would question the validity of their comments and Angies list rating based on this experience. McMunns process was bad from the start, they said they could meet our schedule but couldn't. Josh the son of Roger McMunn handled everything and with his inexperience resulted in my family suffering. We believe they trapped us by coming into our home and doing all the demo and then no more work for over a week. They had no options on anything and they are extremely limited on vendors that they use and will not warranty another supplier?s work. Example are the shower doors, we made it clear we did not want to use Wilsons Lumber and we even provide several vendors who can provide the same material and installation, Josh said that these other suppliers would take weeks to have the material and Wilsons Lumber would only need 5 days, it came to find out that this wasn't true, when WL came out to measure like every other supplier there were special cuts to the glass and needed weeks to make. McMunn construction drove us to their vendors by making it seem that we could receive a quick turnaround but what we didn't agree to was a third of the price higher than the original cost on the same counter tops material. Josh just made the decision on his own. Why should we pay extra for that decision? We constantly argued with McMunn construction because there was never any discussions on anything it was only after it was installed when we had the time to challenge or question their decision making and why we are not involved in the decision making process and made them correct it. We asked for custom cabinets and received from their vendor some plywood put together with no hardware? McMunn construction hired a plumber and a tile guy and that's it, the rest of the work was completed by Josh who is not in any way based on his quality of work a general contractor. He put latex paint on oil base which you can?t do, installed the toilet which is rocking because they never used a level to install the floor, moved electrical wiring without installing a junction box, installed cabinet filler strips on the outside of the vanities instead of installing them on the side, installed shoe molding which we didn't want we wanted grout lines. Never hung our fixtures, the countertops have over a 1" gaps from the wall and Josh wanted to put some type of trim over it and said this is standard, everything out of Josh's mouth was standard. They only water proofed the bottom half of the shower walls, they never cut out the niche's until they tiled up to it then cut out the hole, framed it out, then water proofed it??? Never seen or heard this in my entire career of construction business. It took weeks to complete the shower tiling? When other contractors said it could be done in three days. At one point Josh came to us and demanded we pay another 60% of the remaining balance of which we already ready paid in the beginning 25% which would only leave $2,475 left on the balance?? The shower doors that still have not been purchased was $2,200 at minimum, not to mention all the fixtures that needed to be hung, all our credits back from money spent out of pocket, the countertops that were installed incorrectly, vanity cabinets that still are not done, the list goes on and on. My wife and I stuck to our guns and said no way, we only paid another 25% which left half the balance, and even though they were nowhere near the 50% paid amount of work that was done and all the work that needed to be repaired that was the only thing we could do to keep them going. When Josh wouldn't fix the countertops that had these huge gaps I told him to fix it or take them back and we would finish the job ourselves, Josh response was no you keep them. Now we received a letter from an attorney that we are being sued and that they want us to pay more than what the original contract costs? In fact they are claiming that they have completed 95% of this project, what a joke. We are getting an attorney and counter suing the McMunn construction and we will update everyone accordingly. We will never use Angie?s list again. This is the worst experience we have ever dealt with. I never had health problems and with this experience I have high blood pressure do to all the stress. When I spoke to Roger McMunn and explained to him that this job is taking too long and that it needs to be done before my wife has the baby his response was he didn't care. So remember this when you have something important going on in your life and a contractor making it clear that they don't care. Suggestion's to other homeowners; never overpay, don't except their decisions or their standards, always google everything and prove them wrong. At the end as long as you know what?s right and wrong take them to court don't let them bully you. Also contact the BBB on them and go to yelp, and any other intranet website to let others know.
- Sharon H....
FChris's Painting & Decorating
There was an extreme overrun on the cost.  The original painting quote was estimated at 2-4 weeks labor for 2 men at $17.50 per hour which put the total painting cost, on the high side, at $5,600.00.  The actual remodeling cost, described above, for using 3 men for 15 days totaled $6,300.00.  The painting estimate and the remodeling cost combined totaled $11,900.00.  However, $29,000.00 was spent resulting in a cost overrun of $17,100.00.  And, the job is still not completed.   Mr. Ford and his 2 painters certainly did not have the carpenter skills that I would have expected from a guy who stated that his company did carpentry work.  The toilet could not be set because the drain line was improperly located and had to be redone.  The window, which was on a wall with 4 other windows, was installed 2 inches higher than the others, and the exterior window sill was attached in such a way as to allow water to infiltrate the house.  The shower door, glass walls, shower neck, and head were never installed.  Mr. Ford, who takes Xanax frequently, brought with him the first week a 1st painter who turned out to be an alcoholic.  A newly hired 2nd painter joined the 2-man crew a week later.  This man was a recovering alcoholic with a criminal record.  Ford worked (?) with the other two for 7 more weeks.  In between taking hourly 5-15 minute breaks, time spent was divided between remodeling, smearing sheetrock mud over the walls, and sanding.  Mud was found in clumps everywhere - on walls, carpeting, tile, furniture, and clothing.   Sheetrock mud created other issues when sanded.  The air conditioning unit shut down 5 times due to clogged filters during heavy sanding, once in less than 4 days.  Ford and his painters made little to no attempt to cover anything or reduce dust contamination in the house.  Dust was everywhere and in everything and hung in the air 24-7.  According to records, 320 pounds of sheetrock compound, 52 sanding sponges, and 10 pieces of sand paper were used in the house.  Dry sanding sheet rock mud is not recommended by the manufacturer.  That became evident when I developed severe respiratory problems most probably from silica exposure.   Ford quit working at the house after 8 weeks leaving 2 questionably sober painters at my home.  These painters were unsupervised and argued on a daily basis.  Ford only returned for weekly paychecks.  At no time did I ever see Ford looking at the work his people had done or critique them on a daily or weekly basis.  When Ford was pushed by my request to replace the 1st painter with someone else, he did so by sending a 3rd painter that he later accused of being a drug dealer.    It became apparent to this homeowner that excessive sanding did not put any paint on the walls.  When questioned repeatedly, Ford finally admitted that the rough surfaces requiring sanding throughout much of the house were the result of the 2nd painter using the wrong length nap on paint rollers when either priming or painting.   However, Ford refused to offer any form of settlement other than "we can knock that out and fix it in no time".  When approached with the fact that caulking was not sticking to the painted surface at the crown moulding, Ford had no response.    Ford would not address problems I had with his employees.  When he finally did, he got mad at painter #3 and told him to rmove all painting equipment, which included ladders, compressor, air tools, drop clothes, and hoses from my home and terminated this painters employment.  As a result, all work in my home stopped.   A week later, Ford came back and said he wanted to bring in a bunch of guys and "knock it out".  That didn't make much sense because it had been 9 months and the job was still not completed.  Then he had an "anxiety attack" and the painter he brought with him helped him out of my home.  End of consversation.  Job unfinished!!!
- Ballard C....