Pittsview Shower Door Installation

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MW Remodeling
Recent Review: Mitchell's team kept to the schedule and in coordinating with the painters and the carpet installation.  He was creative in suggesting a way to accommodate a new Viking oven in my kitchen when the original plan was a more expensive effort involving cutting granite. He worked with us to address some issues with the TV wiring and cleaned up after the job was completed.  There was an issue with one of the wires not working and he has followed up on correcting it.  We did have an issue with the water to the dishwasher being turned off when the dishwasher was moved to work on the flooring underneath and they did not reconnect the water when the dishwasher was put back so that is why I gave them a B in Quality but the flooring work overall was excellent and I would recommend them for carpentry work as well.
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Affordable Handyman Service
Recent Review: First , I want to truly thank Jason, who is the actual "Affordable Handyman" and his crew Darryl, Ben, Charles, Collin, and Jonathan (I'm sorry if I spelled any names wrong).  I started off by getting bids from several reputable contractors.  Even at $52,000 Jason was the least expensive and did an outstanding job.  We were fortunate enough to be able to use Kohler, Delta and/or  Moen, fixtures, which of course added to the cost rapidly.  Jason recommended the sub contractors (cabinets, granite, seamless shower door, etc.). When they were through with their part I would write a check directly to them.  Jason's costs were labor and materials.  Each week on Friday he brought all receipts for materials to me and I would pay him.  This was for things like caulk, paint, plumbing materials, and door knobs).  He collected his other money in three separate draws, with the last being when the job was completed.  I liked the way he handled this because he knew his reputation was on the line. Jason was excellent at running into town to Home Depot or Lowes to get things that were needed, which was about 20 miles one way. . I think this was partly because that's just how Jason is and partly because he knew my husband and myself are not in the best of health and it would have taken a lot out of us to be running into town all the time. After all, this was what I considered to be a big job as three bathrooms and the kitchen were gutted.  He gave me a timeline of four weeks, but I kept adding things for him to do and so all total was six weeks, which was still pretty amazing.  Also, the cabinet doors were on back order, which held things up. He guaranteed two men on the job everyday and there were.  If he was running late for any reason, which was not often, he always called. Running a little late was generally because he had to go to Home Depot or Lowes to pick up something needed for my job.  All the guys were very respectful and cleaned up any mess at the end of the day.  I think my garage was cleaner when they left than it was before they got here. All of these guys are hard working, honest ,and want to please.  One thing very important...I trusted all of them. I see no place on this page to insert photos...so I am going to submit the review and see if I can then insert them (I have inserted photos for other reviews)
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Ray Enterprises
Recent Review: Our realtor introduced us to this contractor. We hired him based on his work portfolio pictures and his assurances he could do the work well. Initially, things were fine as he completed a small drywall job in our kitchen. From that point on, things went poorly. He did not "take reasonable care" of our house. The carpet and floors were either damaged, dirtied, or trashed. Without our permission, he ruined a brand new outdoor trash can by over-filling it with demolition debris. He did not place tarps over all the carpet as he had told us he would. He ruined our household vacuum cleaner by using it to clear demolition scrap and debris. He bought the wrong subflooring material and installed it, then tiled over it, only to have to remove it and replace all the tile because it was incorrect in the first place. He showed up on the job with his brother, who was an unsavory antisocial character. We would not have hired him for the job if we had met the brother in the first place. At some point during the bathroom floor project, the brother slipped and fell through to the finished basement, ruining the ceiling. We discovered this on our own - he didn't even let us know the accident had occurred. He was unable to repair it in a manner that was consistent with the design of the rest of the ceiling. In plumbing the bathroom fixtures, we discovered that he had crossed the supply lines, so that both toilets in the adjacent bathrooms flush with hot water. The faucets in the tubs and showers were reversed also. The grout work was poor and the molding was unfinished. The shower door in one bathroom was not installed properly. He began to ignore us - not returning or acknowledging our calls. When we did manage to catch him on the phone, he agreed to return but that was a lie - he never did. After six weeks, we had to call in another plumber, a 40 year veteran, who said it was the shoddiest work he had ever seen. Joints were fitted either with paint or the wrong type of glue. The drains were installed incorrectly. The new plumber has now had to rip out the basement ceiling to get to the plumbing and correct it. He never came back, called us, offered an explanation, or returned the key. We are now stuck with paying to have his jackleg work corrected, repair the ceiling, and have the locks changed, all of which amounts to about $3000 on top of what we already paid him. The new plumber cautions us not to replace the ceiling right away, in case another problem with his sorry plumbing work may present itself. If all of this were not enough, the brother also met some seedy friends at our house one day - and later that afternoon we discovered evidence of drug use in our house. I can't prove who did it, but the signs of "making a blunt" out of a cheap cigar were in our kitchen. All in all, we're sorry we ever met Randy Ray and would never recommend him for any type of work from carpentry to cleaning. By the way, he never completed the job.

Reviews in Pittsview to Install Shower Door

AMW Remodeling
Mitchell's team kept to the schedule and in coordinating with the painters and the carpet installation.  He was creative in suggesting a way to accommodate a new Viking oven in my kitchen when the original plan was a more expensive effort involving cutting granite. He worked with us to address some issues with the TV wiring and cleaned up after the job was completed.  There was an issue with one of the wires not working and he has followed up on correcting it.  We did have an issue with the water to the dishwasher being turned off when the dishwasher was moved to work on the flooring underneath and they did not reconnect the water when the dishwasher was put back so that is why I gave them a B in Quality but the flooring work overall was excellent and I would recommend them for carpentry work as well.
- Julia D....
AAffordable Handyman Service
First , I want to truly thank Jason, who is the actual "Affordable Handyman" and his crew Darryl, Ben, Charles, Collin, and Jonathan (I'm sorry if I spelled any names wrong).  I started off by getting bids from several reputable contractors.  Even at $52,000 Jason was the least expensive and did an outstanding job.  We were fortunate enough to be able to use Kohler, Delta and/or  Moen, fixtures, which of course added to the cost rapidly.  Jason recommended the sub contractors (cabinets, granite, seamless shower door, etc.). When they were through with their part I would write a check directly to them.  Jason's costs were labor and materials.  Each week on Friday he brought all receipts for materials to me and I would pay him.  This was for things like caulk, paint, plumbing materials, and door knobs).  He collected his other money in three separate draws, with the last being when the job was completed.  I liked the way he handled this because he knew his reputation was on the line. Jason was excellent at running into town to Home Depot or Lowes to get things that were needed, which was about 20 miles one way. . I think this was partly because that's just how Jason is and partly because he knew my husband and myself are not in the best of health and it would have taken a lot out of us to be running into town all the time. After all, this was what I considered to be a big job as three bathrooms and the kitchen were gutted.  He gave me a timeline of four weeks, but I kept adding things for him to do and so all total was six weeks, which was still pretty amazing.  Also, the cabinet doors were on back order, which held things up. He guaranteed two men on the job everyday and there were.  If he was running late for any reason, which was not often, he always called. Running a little late was generally because he had to go to Home Depot or Lowes to pick up something needed for my job.  All the guys were very respectful and cleaned up any mess at the end of the day.  I think my garage was cleaner when they left than it was before they got here. All of these guys are hard working, honest ,and want to please.  One thing very important...I trusted all of them. I see no place on this page to insert photos...so I am going to submit the review and see if I can then insert them (I have inserted photos for other reviews)
- Vernus C....
FRay Enterprises
Our realtor introduced us to this contractor. We hired him based on his work portfolio pictures and his assurances he could do the work well. Initially, things were fine as he completed a small drywall job in our kitchen. From that point on, things went poorly. He did not "take reasonable care" of our house. The carpet and floors were either damaged, dirtied, or trashed. Without our permission, he ruined a brand new outdoor trash can by over-filling it with demolition debris. He did not place tarps over all the carpet as he had told us he would. He ruined our household vacuum cleaner by using it to clear demolition scrap and debris. He bought the wrong subflooring material and installed it, then tiled over it, only to have to remove it and replace all the tile because it was incorrect in the first place. He showed up on the job with his brother, who was an unsavory antisocial character. We would not have hired him for the job if we had met the brother in the first place. At some point during the bathroom floor project, the brother slipped and fell through to the finished basement, ruining the ceiling. We discovered this on our own - he didn't even let us know the accident had occurred. He was unable to repair it in a manner that was consistent with the design of the rest of the ceiling. In plumbing the bathroom fixtures, we discovered that he had crossed the supply lines, so that both toilets in the adjacent bathrooms flush with hot water. The faucets in the tubs and showers were reversed also. The grout work was poor and the molding was unfinished. The shower door in one bathroom was not installed properly. He began to ignore us - not returning or acknowledging our calls. When we did manage to catch him on the phone, he agreed to return but that was a lie - he never did. After six weeks, we had to call in another plumber, a 40 year veteran, who said it was the shoddiest work he had ever seen. Joints were fitted either with paint or the wrong type of glue. The drains were installed incorrectly. The new plumber has now had to rip out the basement ceiling to get to the plumbing and correct it. He never came back, called us, offered an explanation, or returned the key. We are now stuck with paying to have his jackleg work corrected, repair the ceiling, and have the locks changed, all of which amounts to about $3000 on top of what we already paid him. The new plumber cautions us not to replace the ceiling right away, in case another problem with his sorry plumbing work may present itself. If all of this were not enough, the brother also met some seedy friends at our house one day - and later that afternoon we discovered evidence of drug use in our house. I can't prove who did it, but the signs of "making a blunt" out of a cheap cigar were in our kitchen. All in all, we're sorry we ever met Randy Ray and would never recommend him for any type of work from carpentry to cleaning. By the way, he never completed the job.
- John T....