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Case Design/Remodeling
Recent Review: He was a really good handyman to have come out. He did small work around my home. I am very happy with both doors and I liked the price also. He cleaned up all the debris when finished.
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ANDY OnCall Birmingham
Recent Review: Workers were highly qualified and very professional. The person who originally bid the jobs I think underestimated the time some jobs would require, but the workers took the time necessary to do the work well. After inspection we asked them to go back and address a couple of outside jobs that needed a bit more attention. They were glad to comply and didn't get offended or make it uncomfortable for us. This was a real plus and showed their professionalism. Finally, each day they worked they were careful to leave a clean site. When they worked inside, they were careful to protect other areas and furnishings. This took extra time and effort that I don't think many contractors would do. While most days they stopped work around 4:30-5:00, one day the plumber stayed until about 8:00 pm to finish needed work. At the end of the contracted work, I asked that they add a couple of projects we'd intended to do ourselves. They gave us a fair price for installing glass door inserts and changing out a ceiling fan, and we were glad not to have to do those things. I wouldn't hesitate to use Andy OnCall for any future work.
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Alabama Re-Bath
Recent Review: First of all they came when they said they would each day and was on time. Bath and vanity area had not been changed since the house was purchased in 1975. They took out the bathtub replaced it with a shower 3 side wall and ceiling  with bench seat, grab bar and wand replace all plumbing fixtures and glass shower doors. Laid ceramic tile in bathroom and vanity area. In vanity area installed new linen closet and vanity with marble top counter replace all the plumbing fixtures here as well. For both rooms installed new sub-floor prior to laying tile.
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RENOVATION CREW
Recent Review: David and his crew were fantastic!  They showed up on the date/time agreed upon months prior. They removed old tile, cultured marble shower and cultured marble countertop.  They put in new tile floor (with heating underneath), opened up the shower area, tiled a brand new shower which included two shower heads and a large glass wall and shower door, and installed a new granite countertop.  They also repainted the cabinets, walls, wainscot and trim, rehung the towel bars, etc., added new electric outlets, installed a heat lamp, built an interior window above the shower, and replaced the ceiling fan. The work is beautiful and professionally done.  We love it!  David and his crew do not cut corners!  Also, very important to us is that David called us most evenings (as we were not onsite during the day) to discuss the work that was performed, to see if we had any questions, or to let us know if he needed anything from us.  We have worked with other contractors and found that communication was usually terrible.  David is very proactive and we appreciated it very much.  Also, other than the usual dust with construction, David made sure that our house was not left a mess after his workday. We expect to have some other projects, like kitchen work, in the not too distant future and will definitely call Renovation Crew to do it for us!
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RELIABLE REMODELING
Recent Review: We first had contact with Reliable Remodeling August 2007. After taking measurements and discussing work to be done and products to be used, an estaimate was provided. After talking to friends and looking at products available, we decided to go with tile floors, tile backsplash, and quartz countertops. We selected stainless steel appliances. Work in the kitchen started late in September and was completed by Thanksgiving. I always knew when workmen were scheduled to arrive and the workmen showed up on time or let me know that they would be late or could not come. Only once during the entire time Reliable Remodeling was working in my home was I left waiting. Work on the Master Bath began in mid-January 2008 and was completed in about 2 and 1/2 months. Again, I knew when workers would be coming and they were on time. During this remodel, the workman installing dry wall did not do a satisfactory job; however, Reliable Remodeling was quick to make it right. The tile was installed and walls painted satisfactorily. Again, we took a short break in the work schedule before starting the Hall Bath. The bath was gutted and the tub was removed. We opted for a tile shower stall and tile floor. We purchased pantry-style cabinets and a sink base unit which were installed by the Reliable Remodeling crew. A quartz countertop was installed along with a new sink and toilet. Everyone who worked on the bath did an excellent job. A few delays were incountered but the work was completed to our satisfaction. After work on the hall bath was completed, a leak developed around the shower door. Reliable Remodeling responded promptly to e-mails and telephone calls and worked hard to get the problem solved--even to the replacement of tiles in the shower curb. This work was done under the Warranty provisions of the contract. Work in the Living/Dining room was mostly cosmetic. The floor were refinished, crown molding was added, and the walls were repainted. All work was done timely and well. Reliable Remodeling was always prompt to do touchups and to make any needed adjustments. The Laundry Room was moved from the basement to a room just off the garage. Plumbing was added, the floor was tiled and the walls and woodwork were painted. Finally, the washer and dryer were moved from the basement. At the same time that the laundry room was being done, Reliable Remodeling removed an existing window in the study and installed an exterior door and storm door. A 4x4 landing and stairs were completed out of decking material and were stained to match other decking around the house. The baseboards were replaced and painted, and the wall was repainted. All work on these projects was completed by late July 2008. We were pleased with Reliable Remodeling's handling of the multiple jobs and with the quality of workmanship and materials.
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S S Development Company Inc
Recent Review: We gutted one wing of our house, turning a hall bath and adjoining bedroom into the master suite and creating a jack-and-jill from two other bedrooms and a bath. We used our own designer who drew the plans from which S&S worked. Satisfactory: paint, tile, stone, electrical, plumbing, glass shower doors. Deeply Unsatisfactory: carpentry. Of 5 new doors, 4 are hung (framed?) crooked and do not open/close satisfactorily. A pocked door does not shut properly, but S&S said it was ?fine.? A new front door that was installed did not open/close satisfactorily; I had to hire someone else to adjust it after his carpenter tried at least 3 times. It works fine after another contractor fixed it. I also had to rip up S&S?s wood floor installation, purchase new wood, and have my own installer lay pre-finished floors because S&S did a very poor job. S&S split the cost with me but I still paid approx $800 out of pocket, even after S&S agreed that the job was unsatisfactory. I still do not know how to correct the crooked interior doors, which don't stay open/closed as needed. Heated floors: these were installed in such a manner that the area in front of the toilet and in front of the sinks is not heated. Of course by the time I discovered this, it was too late to change it. S&S did split the cost with me since it was not done to our satisfaction but it cannot be fixed. I got the impression this was the first heated floor installation he had done. Personal: Steven has a lot of experience building new homes and has strong opinions on how things ought to be done. He is eager to please but often hasty in execution. One of our biggest difficulties had to do with expectations for the quality of materials. His bid was woefully inadequate so we ran into problems, for example, when I selected materials for tile in our Mountain Brook master bathroom that exceeded the $4-5 per square foot for which he had allowed in his bid. I did not select extraordinary tile but needed tile appropriate for the style and location of our home. When Steven sent me to his carpet salesman, I was dissatisfied with the quality of the carpets he showed me. I repeatedly asked to see different samples but the salesman insisted these were ?better than builder grade? so I should be happy. Even though I made clear my willingness to pay more for a better carpet, it took quite a bit of work and a threat to go elsewhere to convince them to show me something that met my specifications. These are just two examples. Steven's best quality is his quick response to requests; as soon as I asked for something to be done, he took care of it immediately, and for that I was appreciative. Steven?s pricing structure felt opaque. In his bid, it was difficult to see how much he had allowed for various items. When I asked to price a potential change order, it was very difficult to see how much particular items cost and thus very difficult for me to make price-comparison decisions when weighing two options. If you want someone to come in quickly, make decisions for you, and finish a job quickly, then Steven will do a decent job. If, however, you care about the details and quality of a project, then dealing with S&S Development Co will be very frustrating for both of you. I spent quite a bit of time standing over sub-contractors and correcting unsatisfactory details that I was able to catch. I was fortunate to have a bathroom designer who helped me to make good stylistic and decor decisions. I still need to find a way to correct several interior doors which don't open/close correctly and that is the source of lingering frustration for us. Overall, Steven wants his homeowners to be happy and will do what he can to find an acceptable solution to disagreements but in general, he did not seem to understand what was needed to meet our expectations from the beginning.
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IRWIN BROTHERS REMODELING
Recent Review: I signed a contract in May, but the project didn’t begin until August because they had contracts ahead of mine. While I would have liked for the project to have started sooner, I was able to select tile, fixtures, etc., during the estimate phase, so that helped when the project began. Also, when it did begin, it began 100%. There was a site coordinator (Mike) assigned to my job. Mike arrived promptly at 7:30am each business day. He had carpenter duties on the project and also coordinated with others assigned to the job (Irwin Brothers staff and subcontractors), also with Paul and with me. Some days there might be only Mike and one or two more people on site, but some days there might be eight or nine people in and out during the day. But always Mike. Mike got things set up every morning, and he picked up, swept up, and locked up at the end of each working day. Yep, even if I was home, Mike checked to make sure all doors were locked before he left I think Mike is an extremely talented/skilled trim carpenter and versatile handyman. He was very conscious about every task. He epitomized the carpenter rule of “measure twice, cut once”. Sometimes things took a little longer than I hoped, but when Mike was done, it was done right. I was pleased with the quality of staff assigned to my project, both Irwin Brothers Remodeling employees and subcontractors. Most had worked with Paul for a long time, so everyone knew his/her job and was able to get right to it. They were also likeable. Paul served as the project manager and designer for the project. Paul came by the site every day, and people on the project took direction from him. He had a few other projects going on concurrently, but he kept himself informed and visually inspected daily, and was very responsive if I had questions or needed to talk about anything. There were times that I told Paul that I thought he didn’t give his site coordinator enough authority or, perhaps, respect. However, I had specifically contacted Paul for this project because I was happy with the creative ideas, attention to detail, and devotion on quality he showed the prior project he had done for me, so I’m not sure I would have been satisfied if he had taken a lesser role. So it worked out fine. The actual time and cost of the remodeling work/materials for the kitchen and two bathrooms (as addressed under the original estimate and contract signed in May) tracked very close to the estimates. As I got more comfortable with the progress of the main project, I began to add the additional projects. The additional projects cost approximately 80% as much as the original project. I mention this to make a couple of points: First, that the original estimate for the kitchen and two baths was very detailed and tracked closely. Secondly, that it’s easy to run up significant cost by adding projects as you go along, so don’t be tempted do that unless they are projects you have already planned to do and budgeted for. In my case, I had planned to do some of these projects serially, but felt the team in place was right for them and that I might get some synergies by having them done at the same time. Being a non-morning-person who needs significant amount of personal time/space, it was a bit stressful to have to have people in her house at 7:30am for over 3 months, but now that it’s done, I’m very glad we muscled through it. One last comment is that I thought the detail of the weekly invoices was excellent. I love my “new” house. If I have additional remodeling projects, Paul will be first on my list of people to call.
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ALL WIRED UP CLOSETS & MORE
Business Description: Installing quality Frameless & Framed Alumax Shower Doors, Rubbermaid wire & laminate shelving and accessories, Mirrors, and Bathroom Accessories. We also repair closet shelving installations! All Wired Up Closets & More can generally provide and install wire shelving for surprisingly less time & money than you would expect to spend by doing it yourself. We service all areas surrounding Huntsville, AL.

Reviews in Shannon to Repair Shower Door

AAlabama Re-Bath
First of all they came when they said they would each day and was on time. Bath and vanity area had not been changed since the house was purchased in 1975. They took out the bathtub replaced it with a shower 3 side wall and ceiling  with bench seat, grab bar and wand replace all plumbing fixtures and glass shower doors. Laid ceramic tile in bathroom and vanity area. In vanity area installed new linen closet and vanity with marble top counter replace all the plumbing fixtures here as well. For both rooms installed new sub-floor prior to laying tile.
- Patricia H....
ARENOVATION CREW
David and his crew were fantastic!  They showed up on the date/time agreed upon months prior. They removed old tile, cultured marble shower and cultured marble countertop.  They put in new tile floor (with heating underneath), opened up the shower area, tiled a brand new shower which included two shower heads and a large glass wall and shower door, and installed a new granite countertop.  They also repainted the cabinets, walls, wainscot and trim, rehung the towel bars, etc., added new electric outlets, installed a heat lamp, built an interior window above the shower, and replaced the ceiling fan. The work is beautiful and professionally done.  We love it!  David and his crew do not cut corners!  Also, very important to us is that David called us most evenings (as we were not onsite during the day) to discuss the work that was performed, to see if we had any questions, or to let us know if he needed anything from us.  We have worked with other contractors and found that communication was usually terrible.  David is very proactive and we appreciated it very much.  Also, other than the usual dust with construction, David made sure that our house was not left a mess after his workday. We expect to have some other projects, like kitchen work, in the not too distant future and will definitely call Renovation Crew to do it for us!
- Katherine C....
ARELIABLE REMODELING
We first had contact with Reliable Remodeling August 2007. After taking measurements and discussing work to be done and products to be used, an estaimate was provided. After talking to friends and looking at products available, we decided to go with tile floors, tile backsplash, and quartz countertops. We selected stainless steel appliances. Work in the kitchen started late in September and was completed by Thanksgiving. I always knew when workmen were scheduled to arrive and the workmen showed up on time or let me know that they would be late or could not come. Only once during the entire time Reliable Remodeling was working in my home was I left waiting. Work on the Master Bath began in mid-January 2008 and was completed in about 2 and 1/2 months. Again, I knew when workers would be coming and they were on time. During this remodel, the workman installing dry wall did not do a satisfactory job; however, Reliable Remodeling was quick to make it right. The tile was installed and walls painted satisfactorily. Again, we took a short break in the work schedule before starting the Hall Bath. The bath was gutted and the tub was removed. We opted for a tile shower stall and tile floor. We purchased pantry-style cabinets and a sink base unit which were installed by the Reliable Remodeling crew. A quartz countertop was installed along with a new sink and toilet. Everyone who worked on the bath did an excellent job. A few delays were incountered but the work was completed to our satisfaction. After work on the hall bath was completed, a leak developed around the shower door. Reliable Remodeling responded promptly to e-mails and telephone calls and worked hard to get the problem solved--even to the replacement of tiles in the shower curb. This work was done under the Warranty provisions of the contract. Work in the Living/Dining room was mostly cosmetic. The floor were refinished, crown molding was added, and the walls were repainted. All work was done timely and well. Reliable Remodeling was always prompt to do touchups and to make any needed adjustments. The Laundry Room was moved from the basement to a room just off the garage. Plumbing was added, the floor was tiled and the walls and woodwork were painted. Finally, the washer and dryer were moved from the basement. At the same time that the laundry room was being done, Reliable Remodeling removed an existing window in the study and installed an exterior door and storm door. A 4x4 landing and stairs were completed out of decking material and were stained to match other decking around the house. The baseboards were replaced and painted, and the wall was repainted. All work on these projects was completed by late July 2008. We were pleased with Reliable Remodeling's handling of the multiple jobs and with the quality of workmanship and materials.
- Theresa R....
AANDY OnCall Birmingham
Workers were highly qualified and very professional. The person who originally bid the jobs I think underestimated the time some jobs would require, but the workers took the time necessary to do the work well. After inspection we asked them to go back and address a couple of outside jobs that needed a bit more attention. They were glad to comply and didn't get offended or make it uncomfortable for us. This was a real plus and showed their professionalism. Finally, each day they worked they were careful to leave a clean site. When they worked inside, they were careful to protect other areas and furnishings. This took extra time and effort that I don't think many contractors would do. While most days they stopped work around 4:30-5:00, one day the plumber stayed until about 8:00 pm to finish needed work. At the end of the contracted work, I asked that they add a couple of projects we'd intended to do ourselves. They gave us a fair price for installing glass door inserts and changing out a ceiling fan, and we were glad not to have to do those things. I wouldn't hesitate to use Andy OnCall for any future work.
- Judith L....
CS S Development Company Inc
We gutted one wing of our house, turning a hall bath and adjoining bedroom into the master suite and creating a jack-and-jill from two other bedrooms and a bath. We used our own designer who drew the plans from which S&S worked. Satisfactory: paint, tile, stone, electrical, plumbing, glass shower doors. Deeply Unsatisfactory: carpentry. Of 5 new doors, 4 are hung (framed?) crooked and do not open/close satisfactorily. A pocked door does not shut properly, but S&S said it was ?fine.? A new front door that was installed did not open/close satisfactorily; I had to hire someone else to adjust it after his carpenter tried at least 3 times. It works fine after another contractor fixed it. I also had to rip up S&S?s wood floor installation, purchase new wood, and have my own installer lay pre-finished floors because S&S did a very poor job. S&S split the cost with me but I still paid approx $800 out of pocket, even after S&S agreed that the job was unsatisfactory. I still do not know how to correct the crooked interior doors, which don't stay open/closed as needed. Heated floors: these were installed in such a manner that the area in front of the toilet and in front of the sinks is not heated. Of course by the time I discovered this, it was too late to change it. S&S did split the cost with me since it was not done to our satisfaction but it cannot be fixed. I got the impression this was the first heated floor installation he had done. Personal: Steven has a lot of experience building new homes and has strong opinions on how things ought to be done. He is eager to please but often hasty in execution. One of our biggest difficulties had to do with expectations for the quality of materials. His bid was woefully inadequate so we ran into problems, for example, when I selected materials for tile in our Mountain Brook master bathroom that exceeded the $4-5 per square foot for which he had allowed in his bid. I did not select extraordinary tile but needed tile appropriate for the style and location of our home. When Steven sent me to his carpet salesman, I was dissatisfied with the quality of the carpets he showed me. I repeatedly asked to see different samples but the salesman insisted these were ?better than builder grade? so I should be happy. Even though I made clear my willingness to pay more for a better carpet, it took quite a bit of work and a threat to go elsewhere to convince them to show me something that met my specifications. These are just two examples. Steven's best quality is his quick response to requests; as soon as I asked for something to be done, he took care of it immediately, and for that I was appreciative. Steven?s pricing structure felt opaque. In his bid, it was difficult to see how much he had allowed for various items. When I asked to price a potential change order, it was very difficult to see how much particular items cost and thus very difficult for me to make price-comparison decisions when weighing two options. If you want someone to come in quickly, make decisions for you, and finish a job quickly, then Steven will do a decent job. If, however, you care about the details and quality of a project, then dealing with S&S Development Co will be very frustrating for both of you. I spent quite a bit of time standing over sub-contractors and correcting unsatisfactory details that I was able to catch. I was fortunate to have a bathroom designer who helped me to make good stylistic and decor decisions. I still need to find a way to correct several interior doors which don't open/close correctly and that is the source of lingering frustration for us. Overall, Steven wants his homeowners to be happy and will do what he can to find an acceptable solution to disagreements but in general, he did not seem to understand what was needed to meet our expectations from the beginning.
- Leanne D....
AIRWIN BROTHERS REMODELING
I signed a contract in May, but the project didn’t begin until August because they had contracts ahead of mine. While I would have liked for the project to have started sooner, I was able to select tile, fixtures, etc., during the estimate phase, so that helped when the project began. Also, when it did begin, it began 100%. There was a site coordinator (Mike) assigned to my job. Mike arrived promptly at 7:30am each business day. He had carpenter duties on the project and also coordinated with others assigned to the job (Irwin Brothers staff and subcontractors), also with Paul and with me. Some days there might be only Mike and one or two more people on site, but some days there might be eight or nine people in and out during the day. But always Mike. Mike got things set up every morning, and he picked up, swept up, and locked up at the end of each working day. Yep, even if I was home, Mike checked to make sure all doors were locked before he left I think Mike is an extremely talented/skilled trim carpenter and versatile handyman. He was very conscious about every task. He epitomized the carpenter rule of “measure twice, cut once”. Sometimes things took a little longer than I hoped, but when Mike was done, it was done right. I was pleased with the quality of staff assigned to my project, both Irwin Brothers Remodeling employees and subcontractors. Most had worked with Paul for a long time, so everyone knew his/her job and was able to get right to it. They were also likeable. Paul served as the project manager and designer for the project. Paul came by the site every day, and people on the project took direction from him. He had a few other projects going on concurrently, but he kept himself informed and visually inspected daily, and was very responsive if I had questions or needed to talk about anything. There were times that I told Paul that I thought he didn’t give his site coordinator enough authority or, perhaps, respect. However, I had specifically contacted Paul for this project because I was happy with the creative ideas, attention to detail, and devotion on quality he showed the prior project he had done for me, so I’m not sure I would have been satisfied if he had taken a lesser role. So it worked out fine. The actual time and cost of the remodeling work/materials for the kitchen and two bathrooms (as addressed under the original estimate and contract signed in May) tracked very close to the estimates. As I got more comfortable with the progress of the main project, I began to add the additional projects. The additional projects cost approximately 80% as much as the original project. I mention this to make a couple of points: First, that the original estimate for the kitchen and two baths was very detailed and tracked closely. Secondly, that it’s easy to run up significant cost by adding projects as you go along, so don’t be tempted do that unless they are projects you have already planned to do and budgeted for. In my case, I had planned to do some of these projects serially, but felt the team in place was right for them and that I might get some synergies by having them done at the same time. Being a non-morning-person who needs significant amount of personal time/space, it was a bit stressful to have to have people in her house at 7:30am for over 3 months, but now that it’s done, I’m very glad we muscled through it. One last comment is that I thought the detail of the weekly invoices was excellent. I love my “new” house. If I have additional remodeling projects, Paul will be first on my list of people to call.
- Sandra C....