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Window World of Arkansas
Recent Review: First trip French doors that were ordered were the incorrect size, and they had to be reordered. Overall, the guys worked hard and I am very pleased.
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JMR Contracting
Recent Review: We had a little conflict regarding meeting the schedule, but this proved to be of no consequence as Mr. Rodriguez was a reasonable man with whom one could talk forthrightly. My mate and I have another job requiring professional attention and we look forward to giving Mr. Rodriguez our business. His workmen, too, were quality guys.
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Get-ER-Done Handyman Services
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Recent Review: When the old doors were out, they discovered the subfloor along with the threshold was rotted. They went the extra mile and fixed the problem and installed the new French doors. I am extremely pleased and appreciate all the extra effort they had to take to get the new doors in. I would very highly recommend them and will be using them in the future with any other improvements I need taken care of.
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ACE Glass Construction Corp.
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Lowe's
Recent Review: It was a very good job and rather promptly done. The crew was very respectful, and highly skilled in their line of work. We really liked the finished product very much, and it really added to the beauty of our home.
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Pella Windows and Doors
Recent Review: We didn't use them mainly because it was $25,000.00. The process was great. He was very professional. Our house is so unique that only their most expensive line would work here and $25,000.00 to replace the door is just a little more than we could really justify spending. We have French doors along the back of the house that are all starting to rot because they are interior doors rather than exterior doors. He was very punctual and professional. They sent us the quote by e-mail. They were great. He was very attentive to the details of the project.
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HANDYMAN 4 HIRE
Recent Review: Josh was on time, did a wonderful job and is a perfectionist. I really appreciate his perfectionism. He was very professional and treated my home as though it were his own. Wonderful craftsman-great price.
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HOME DEPOT INSTALLATION
Recent Review: The doors were measured and I went in to pick out the doors and when they were brought to the house it was a bit disappointing. This is my fault for not catching it but the doors were primed instead of ready for stain like the rest of the doors in the house. I think if we would have hired a door company to do the installation they might have caught that for me. Then the door hinges were already cut in and were in the wrong place even though we ordered slabs it looks like Home Depot had got them prehung. The installer thought that looked good enough but we called him back to fill the extra hinge cuts and he did about as good of job as I would do which wasn't great. Also, one of the hinges got bent and he had to repair it and now one of the roller ball catches on the top of the door has popped out and needs to be repaired.
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Freewalt Builders Inc
Recent Review: What a project. I live in an OLD late 1800s brick masonry home. The home went through a major gut renovation back in the 70s by a previous owner. Before I bought the place a few years ago, it had sat empty for several years, so several things were in disrepair, and it had sustained some damage due to a leaking roof and such. Contacted Art during Fall of 2014, with agreement to start the work about mid February 2015. I won't get into estimates vs actual, because in all honesty, once the project started I began having them do stuff that I hadn't originally mentioned during the estimation phase. Mid february arrived and they were ready to roll, but some delays started happening due to late season snow storms. His crew had to travel from Hot Springs to downtown Little Rock every day. Art was very good about communicating days that he could and couldn't get there. Jason and Blake were the main tradesmen on the job. They did all demo, framing, flooring, structural support, painting, sanding/staining, mortar tucking, and some tiling. Great to work with. Very trustworthy, respectful, and polite. Gave them keys so they could come and go as needed. Communicated very well and were always reachable. I was able to communicate with them directly so Art didn't always have to be a middle man. They did great work and cleaned up messes every day. This was nice because my fiancee and I were living in the house while all of this was going on. Josh and John were the main guys working on the bathroom and plumbing. Bathroom layout was completely redone. They laid new plumbing for vanity, toilet, and shower. Custom work on almost all of it. Josh was the tile man...custom tile shower pan and walls, and about 75sqft of floored tile. Josh and John were as equally pleasurable to work with as Jason and Blake.  All the guys had to suffer through me trying to communicate my end vision, which wasn't always clear. This also involved me changing my mind on things a few times, which also caused them to do some re-work. They were very respectful of this, and all were willing to take things day-by-day as decisions needed to be made. Of course, a project this big can't go perfectly. Overall, it took a bit longer than anticipated. Some of this was self-inflicted by my adding of work or asking for something to be redone. On Art's side, some delays occurred waiting for certain materials that had to be ordered. Also, I think Art got himself spread pretty thin at some point, so there were some gaps in work time that the guys couldn't show. A few other tradesmen came and went throughout the job to help keep progress going, but sometimes this could lead to a little confusion as to what would be getting worked on each day and who would be responsible for what. At one point Art assigned a new tradesman that spent a few days working at the house solo. I wound up having a couple of issues with this individual. I brought these issues to Art's attention and he immediately took care of them by removing this individual from the job and having some of the individual's work repaired on Art's dime. All other tradesmen I had a good experience with. Art is old school. Don't expect emails and digital copies of bills / receipts for materials. I never had to pay for anything in advance. He would bill me weekly as work was completed. Because he had so many jobs going on and because my job was not "local" for him, there were a few times where we did not get to connect, which meant that I would have two or more weeks worth of invoices to pay when we would finally get to connect. This could sometimes make it difficult to keep tabs on which guys worked what week and about how many hours they were putting in total from a labor perspective. Could also make it difficult to wade through receipts for materials and match them up with which invoice they were charged on. In the end, I trusted that Art and his guys were being honest and had my best interest in mind, as keeping track of all the expenses and paperwork became too cumbersome at some point. If I ever had questions about an invoice, Art was easy to talk to about it. In the end, I was very pleased overall, and I will definitely use Art again for some upcoming projects. He's one of the few contractors who will always call you back. The majority of his tradesmen did great work and were a pleasure to deal with. I'm just now getting to move everything back into the remodeled spaces, so I have yet to see how all of the new walls, floors, tile, and bath fixtures hold up with every day use, but I know that Art's a good man and will fix anything that might pop up. So far so good.

Reviews in Holland for French Door Installation

AWindow World of Arkansas
First trip French doors that were ordered were the incorrect size, and they had to be reordered. Overall, the guys worked hard and I am very pleased.
- Allison G....
AJMR Contracting
We had a little conflict regarding meeting the schedule, but this proved to be of no consequence as Mr. Rodriguez was a reasonable man with whom one could talk forthrightly. My mate and I have another job requiring professional attention and we look forward to giving Mr. Rodriguez our business. His workmen, too, were quality guys.
- Jim M....
AGet-ER-Done Handyman Services
When the old doors were out, they discovered the subfloor along with the threshold was rotted. They went the extra mile and fixed the problem and installed the new French doors. I am extremely pleased and appreciate all the extra effort they had to take to get the new doors in. I would very highly recommend them and will be using them in the future with any other improvements I need taken care of.
- Deanna M....
CACE Glass Construction Corp.
The french doors were good, but the windows have issues. When they tore out the old windows they ripped out too much of the area around the window. The casements are badly damaged and they just filled the holes with caulk; some of them are up to 3/4" wide while others are about 1/2" wide. The seals are badly gouged as well.
- Barbara G....
APella Windows and Doors
We didn't use them mainly because it was $25,000.00. The process was great. He was very professional. Our house is so unique that only their most expensive line would work here and $25,000.00 to replace the door is just a little more than we could really justify spending. We have French doors along the back of the house that are all starting to rot because they are interior doors rather than exterior doors. He was very punctual and professional. They sent us the quote by e-mail. They were great. He was very attentive to the details of the project.
- Lisa W....
AHANDYMAN 4 HIRE
Josh was on time, did a wonderful job and is a perfectionist. I really appreciate his perfectionism. He was very professional and treated my home as though it were his own. Wonderful craftsman-great price.
- Debi S....
BHOME DEPOT INSTALLATION
The doors were measured and I went in to pick out the doors and when they were brought to the house it was a bit disappointing. This is my fault for not catching it but the doors were primed instead of ready for stain like the rest of the doors in the house. I think if we would have hired a door company to do the installation they might have caught that for me. Then the door hinges were already cut in and were in the wrong place even though we ordered slabs it looks like Home Depot had got them prehung. The installer thought that looked good enough but we called him back to fill the extra hinge cuts and he did about as good of job as I would do which wasn't great. Also, one of the hinges got bent and he had to repair it and now one of the roller ball catches on the top of the door has popped out and needs to be repaired.
- Jennifer B....
AFreewalt Builders Inc
What a project. I live in an OLD late 1800s brick masonry home. The home went through a major gut renovation back in the 70s by a previous owner. Before I bought the place a few years ago, it had sat empty for several years, so several things were in disrepair, and it had sustained some damage due to a leaking roof and such. Contacted Art during Fall of 2014, with agreement to start the work about mid February 2015. I won't get into estimates vs actual, because in all honesty, once the project started I began having them do stuff that I hadn't originally mentioned during the estimation phase. Mid february arrived and they were ready to roll, but some delays started happening due to late season snow storms. His crew had to travel from Hot Springs to downtown Little Rock every day. Art was very good about communicating days that he could and couldn't get there. Jason and Blake were the main tradesmen on the job. They did all demo, framing, flooring, structural support, painting, sanding/staining, mortar tucking, and some tiling. Great to work with. Very trustworthy, respectful, and polite. Gave them keys so they could come and go as needed. Communicated very well and were always reachable. I was able to communicate with them directly so Art didn't always have to be a middle man. They did great work and cleaned up messes every day. This was nice because my fiancee and I were living in the house while all of this was going on. Josh and John were the main guys working on the bathroom and plumbing. Bathroom layout was completely redone. They laid new plumbing for vanity, toilet, and shower. Custom work on almost all of it. Josh was the tile man...custom tile shower pan and walls, and about 75sqft of floored tile. Josh and John were as equally pleasurable to work with as Jason and Blake.  All the guys had to suffer through me trying to communicate my end vision, which wasn't always clear. This also involved me changing my mind on things a few times, which also caused them to do some re-work. They were very respectful of this, and all were willing to take things day-by-day as decisions needed to be made. Of course, a project this big can't go perfectly. Overall, it took a bit longer than anticipated. Some of this was self-inflicted by my adding of work or asking for something to be redone. On Art's side, some delays occurred waiting for certain materials that had to be ordered. Also, I think Art got himself spread pretty thin at some point, so there were some gaps in work time that the guys couldn't show. A few other tradesmen came and went throughout the job to help keep progress going, but sometimes this could lead to a little confusion as to what would be getting worked on each day and who would be responsible for what. At one point Art assigned a new tradesman that spent a few days working at the house solo. I wound up having a couple of issues with this individual. I brought these issues to Art's attention and he immediately took care of them by removing this individual from the job and having some of the individual's work repaired on Art's dime. All other tradesmen I had a good experience with. Art is old school. Don't expect emails and digital copies of bills / receipts for materials. I never had to pay for anything in advance. He would bill me weekly as work was completed. Because he had so many jobs going on and because my job was not "local" for him, there were a few times where we did not get to connect, which meant that I would have two or more weeks worth of invoices to pay when we would finally get to connect. This could sometimes make it difficult to keep tabs on which guys worked what week and about how many hours they were putting in total from a labor perspective. Could also make it difficult to wade through receipts for materials and match them up with which invoice they were charged on. In the end, I trusted that Art and his guys were being honest and had my best interest in mind, as keeping track of all the expenses and paperwork became too cumbersome at some point. If I ever had questions about an invoice, Art was easy to talk to about it. In the end, I was very pleased overall, and I will definitely use Art again for some upcoming projects. He's one of the few contractors who will always call you back. The majority of his tradesmen did great work and were a pleasure to deal with. I'm just now getting to move everything back into the remodeled spaces, so I have yet to see how all of the new walls, floors, tile, and bath fixtures hold up with every day use, but I know that Art's a good man and will fix anything that might pop up. So far so good.
- Ricco A....