Business Description: With over 15 years of experience, Bella Vista Glass & Mirror is a local, family owned and operated window and glass service in Gravette. Our company is based on the belief that the customers needs are of the utmost importance, and is committed to meeting those needs. We provide custom work on showers, doors, mirrors, cabinet glass and more. We work with both residential and commercial properties. Bella Vista Glass & Mirror specializes in window replacement and creating breathtaking frameless glass showers. We welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in the industry. Call Bella Vista Glass & Mirror now!
Business Description: PRO Millwork, Inc. was established in 1996 and has been providing Central Arkansas with specialty windows and doors ever since. We began our partnership with Phantom Retractable Screens in 2005 and serve the majority of Arkansas with their product. We carry a full line of Jeld-Wen and Masonite products. Through the years we have grown to provide a full-service residential glass shop. We are dedicated to satisfaction and focus on open communication with our customers to assure that they are pleased with our service. Contact us today to see what we can do for you!
Recent Review: They did everything they said they'd do and did it just right! Their cost was extremely reasonable for the quality of the work they did and they were very accomodating. They were very efficient and took much less time than I thought it would and they did just a real good job. They were also very professional.
Keith and his team were very professional and he always did what he said he was going to. They just got the job done and it looks great!
- Nathan C....
FBella Vista Contractors Inc
Quality of paint used was a contractors grade though we had requested a QUALITY paint be used. This caused us to have to pay for a second coat of paint that was not included in their original price/bid. Even though painting job did NOT include doors and baseboards, we have been scraping paint off them for months following the job. On the shower remodel they tried to get away with using some of the old drywall, and new common drywall (not properly backed, nor the proper drywall for a shower). We caught that and made them replace it with the correct material--hardy board. We gave them SPECIFIC size opening for the shower, and they ended up with an opening for the shower door 4 inches oversize. They also cracked some of the existing floor tiles of the bathroom, because the tiles were not properly protected during construction. They rebuilt the widened door jam with a cheap grade pine, rather than matching it to the existing surrounding smooth materials; this resulted with knots bleeding through the paint, and an extremely rough and ugly finish. The electrical hookup was left disconnected in the attic forcing us to hire an electrician to complete the electrical work by installing a junction box and installing the light fixture. When we contacted John Sobiech about these problems his response was an ugly email, full of insults and innuendos. We have since reported him to the Arkansas Contractors Board, and we are waiting a response on this. We definitely do NOT recommend Bella Vista Contractors. He TALKS a good game--but Beware of his work!!
- Lorelei D....
ABella Vista Contractors Inc
They did everything they said they'd do and did it just right! Their cost was extremely reasonable for the quality of the work they did and they were very accomodating. They were very efficient and took much less time than I thought it would and they did just a real good job. They were also very professional.
- Marilyn J....
ABella Vista Contractors Inc
Whole house remodel issues? Thankfully not too much to report here. I lived in the house, moving from floor to floor as the work was done. There were only a few things to mention: Some of the contractors were neater than others. The HVAC guys never totally cleaned up after themselves. There was ductwork pieces left all over the place. When the drywalling was finished I vacuumed out the ducts to remove nails, drywall pieces, spackle, etc. as no one seemed to have done this. An ornamental window in the foyer was broken accidently when the original walls were being removed - this was replaced at no charge. There was an issue when the walls were being replaced around the old thermostat, causing the furnace blower (AC) to freeze up and then melt and flood the new pergo floor around the furnace. A furnace guy was called right away, thermostat replaced, furnace checked, flooring dried and repaired in a couple spots (still pops once in a while when walking over that area). There was no charge to us for handling this issue. Some of the sub-contractors were very and quot;uniqueand quot;, but all seemed to be good at what they were there to do. Everything was clean and all debris was stored on our property in a trailer for a time and hauled away after all was complete. Soffit Beam repair? No issues at all. Master Bath remodel? Some nails popped in the ceiling of the room below the bathroom. John came out to sand and spackle the nail pops a couple of days after calling him. Some of the grout has broken off in the shower and one or two small spots on the edges of the flooring. I will repair, not a big issue. All in all - Bella Vista Contractors know how to get a project done correctly and pretty much on time. Plus they have a great attitude and are all around decent guys - a bonus.