Sheridan Mobile Home Remodel

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Saxton Construction
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Recent Review: My wife and I had planned a second story addition on our nearly-historic house, and were looking for the RIGHT contractor. We met with several, some with bids that seemed too good to be true; then we met Chuck Saxton. Chuck stood out immediately. He has over 40-years construction experience, is insightful, personable, and is a man of integrity. Chuck took the time to get to know us and our project, and by the end of our initial meeting we knew we had found the RIGHT contractor. Chuck is not a house flipper; he's a craftsman. He builds and remodels HOMES. And he cares about his work. To me, "pop top" is an ugly term that means quick and dirty, and takes minimal effort. Chuck sits up at night and THINKS about his projects, visualizing them start to finish and figuring out how to make them better. Using years of industry knowledge, Chuck pointed out several potential problems in our plans, and worked with our architect to resolve them - before work began. None of the others who had met with us had noticed or pointed out these issues; they just wanted to get done and get paid. Chuck's bid was slightly higher than our low bidder, but there were no surprise fees or upcharges, and, in the end, he charged us what he said he would. Chuck also ads value. We were unhappy with work done by one of the subcontractors, so Chuck hired a new subcontractor and had the work done over - at no charge to us. Best of all, the finished product is more than we had expected. The remodel process is an extremely personal one, and your contractor will be intimately enmeshed in your life, for months. If you shop by price, alone, you pay for it in the end. Find a contractor that you can trust, who understands the myriad options available, and who treats you like a friend. For us, that person was Chuck Saxton. Ask him for my contact details. I would be proud to show you my house and discuss his workmanship.
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Home Depot
Business Description: Greenwood Village #1509
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DFDN ENTERPRISES
Business Description: OWNER OPERATED. USES SUBS FOR PLUMBING & DRYWALL. COST IS DETERMINED BY THE JOB. NO TRAVEL CHARGES. NO SERVICE CHARGES. EXTRA CHARGE FOR AFTER HOURS SERVICE. MAY CONTACT THROUGH EMAIL.
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COLORADO CUSTOMS REMODELING
Business Description: We specialize in remodeling and general contractor services in Arvada and surrounding areas. Call us today!
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Conley Built, LLC
Business Description: Conley Built, LLC provides home owners with high quality, reliable home services that enhance the built environment while reducing the stress of home ownership. Services include: - Home Improvement and Remodeling - Home Repair - Handyman Services - Reoccurring Maintenance
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Peak of Integrity Renovations
Business Description: Peak of Integrity Renovations offers home remodeling & restoration, kitchen and bath remodeling, general contractor in Littleton CO area. Kitchen Remodeler, Bathroom Remodeler, Kitchen Remodeling Service, Home Construction, Commercial Remodeling Service, Remodeling Service, Remodeler, Remodeling, Home Maintenance, Home Renovation Service, Home Restoration
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United KS Remodeling LLC
Business Description: For superior Remodeling service near Aurora, CO, call the most preferred provider - United KS Remodeling LLC. Call us now and get quality beyond your expectations. Professional Remodeling Service, Reliable Remodeling Company, Affordable Home Remodeling, Local Remodeler, Home Builder, Home Repair, Professional Home Repair Company, Building Contractor
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Homeland Remodeling Inc
Business Description: Homeland Remodeling, Inc. has been building and remodeling homes in Denver and surrounding areas since 1999. We have and A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. Our company has also received an award from Better Homes and Gardens for a vintage Kitchen remodel in Denver. We are a small company with great customer service and attention to detail. We understand how remodeling can be a bit stressful, so we work quickly and efficiently to minimize any inconvenience to you.
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J & L Construction and Real Estate
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Business Description: As five generations of contractors in the state of Colorado we care about our community’s needs. We have worked with numerous cities and individuals on historical preservation, remodeling, additions and repair for their homes. We have a masonry background and have been building and remodeling homes in Colorado for over 45 years. We are certified in claims adjusting and work well with insurance companies. We are primarily an in-house company, meaning we set up timelines and quality-control, unlike a company that hires subcontractors for every phase of the project. Other perks we offer are a licensed Real Estate Broker for consultation for people who would like to know how much to put into their home and not be overpriced in the current real estate market if you are looking to sell or remodel getting the most for your money. Our main objective is to blanket the front range with satisfied and happy customers.
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Snow Wolf Construction Management, LLC
Business Description: General contractor with 30 plus years of experience in the Denver area, providing all aspects of residential new construction and remodeling. We are a small company using a top quality team of craftsman subcontractors. Design services are available from an award winning local architect. We use a team approach to working with clients, professional architects, engineers, and quality subcontractors and suppliers. John S. Johnson, owner and manager, was awarded "Quality Construction Manager of the Year" by the Denver Metro Homebuilder's Association. He has managed the construction or remodeling of over 230 homes. John has specialized in upper-end custom homes, particularly in the Denver foothills including Evergreen, Genesee, Spring Ranch, and Conifer. He has also built and remodeled homes in the greater Denver area. John has managed the construction of award winning homes in professional builder shows including Parade of Homes, Colorado Master Builder Show, and Street of Dreams. Licensed and insured building contractor for over 30 years. Excellent local references provided. Project photo website available for viewing at www.snowwolfconstruction.com

Reviews in Sheridan to Remodel Mobile Home

ASaxton Construction
My wife and I had planned a second story addition on our nearly-historic house, and were looking for the RIGHT contractor. We met with several, some with bids that seemed too good to be true; then we met Chuck Saxton. Chuck stood out immediately. He has over 40-years construction experience, is insightful, personable, and is a man of integrity. Chuck took the time to get to know us and our project, and by the end of our initial meeting we knew we had found the RIGHT contractor. Chuck is not a house flipper; he's a craftsman. He builds and remodels HOMES. And he cares about his work. To me, "pop top" is an ugly term that means quick and dirty, and takes minimal effort. Chuck sits up at night and THINKS about his projects, visualizing them start to finish and figuring out how to make them better. Using years of industry knowledge, Chuck pointed out several potential problems in our plans, and worked with our architect to resolve them - before work began. None of the others who had met with us had noticed or pointed out these issues; they just wanted to get done and get paid. Chuck's bid was slightly higher than our low bidder, but there were no surprise fees or upcharges, and, in the end, he charged us what he said he would. Chuck also ads value. We were unhappy with work done by one of the subcontractors, so Chuck hired a new subcontractor and had the work done over - at no charge to us. Best of all, the finished product is more than we had expected. The remodel process is an extremely personal one, and your contractor will be intimately enmeshed in your life, for months. If you shop by price, alone, you pay for it in the end. Find a contractor that you can trust, who understands the myriad options available, and who treats you like a friend. For us, that person was Chuck Saxton. Ask him for my contact details. I would be proud to show you my house and discuss his workmanship.
- Ethan E....
FHome Depot
Home Depot, Greenwood Village, remodeled 10 simple kitchen cabinets. Sink and appliances remained in the same place, updated cabinets, countertop and sink. This is termed "Like-for-Like" remodel, where the existing floor plan remains the same. The work performed by HD was fine, the subcontractors were competent and willing to answer questions. The problem focused on HD's plumbing and electrical estimates. Their estimates specified code renovations not required by Denver City code, for a like-for-like remodel. These renovations amounted to more than the price of our new cabinets.   The remodel began with a Design Consultant and a plan layout. This is the only HD employee, all others were subcontractors. A job estimator measured our kitchen. The estimator noted that our dishwasher drained into the garbage disposal and this was not to plumbing code. We later discovered, that for a like-for-like remodel, it did not require change. Electrical and plumbing estimators arrived at a later date. 15 days later, we met with the HD designer and chose cabinet styles. We were given floor plans, and 3-D views of the kitchen. The designer was pleasant, made revisions to the design quickly, and was patient while we made design choices.   HD cabinet installation was $79/cabinet unit, included: shelves, fillers, scribe, toe kick, handles and knobs. Charges from the sub, not included in the $79/cabinet from HD: Install soft close hinges, cut holes for sink pipes, shim cabinet base to offset floor thickness, build up new floors under dishwasher ($466), install molding top/bottom of cabinets ($160), install range hood ($268). We removed other costs, doing work ourselves. ** We were required to pay HD, for all estimated charges, in advance of remodel. Day 27, received estimates from electrical and plumbing subs. We did not ask for any special code updates to our electrical or plumbing. Following are from written estimates, comments are in ( ). ELECTRICAL ESTIMATE - $2,168 including permit. Install duplex outlet left of oven, install duplex outlet for dishwasher, install duplex outlet for disposal, install GFCI protection, install duplex outlet for vent hood, install duplex outlet left of fridge, re-pull 240v circuit for oven to new oven location with a 4 wire circuit as per NEC requirement. Re-trim existing counter top outlets with tamper resistant outlets as per NEC. ( Oven location moved a few inches to the side, due to cabinet change, but the electrical outlet remained in the same position. There was no communication to the electrical estimator that the oven would be relocated. The new 240v 4 prong outlet was placed next to the original 240v 3 prong oven outlet ). PLUMBING ESTIMATE - $2,450 including permit. Re-pipe rough in for kitchen sink to bring to code. Cap off water and drain lines. Install new angle stops, p-trap and stand pipe for dishwasher at final trim. Install faucet, disposal, dishwasher. The estimator noted that the plumbing estimate was high, and if we wanted a lower cost, to find our own plumber. The estimator said the electrical cost was "in line". We hired our own plumber, and asked them to follow the work outlined on the HD plumbing estimate, at a cost of $1,600. Although I appreciated the advice regarding the high plumbing estimate, we chose HD as a full service remodeler, and expected them to hire workers that were proficient and reasonably priced, and not leave that job to the client. ** According to Denver Development Services, Building Department, City and County of Denver; the only electrical work required, for our simple like-for-like remodel, was to modify the 3 existing duplex outlets, within 6' of the sink, to GFCI. We chose to replace the hardwired garbage disposal with a GFCI wall duplex. This should have cost at most $700 including permit. A difference of $1,468 compared to what we paid HD to meet their electrical code requirements. ** According to DDS, replacing the sink, like-for-like, did not require a plumbing permit. To shut off water, cut pipes, and replace under new sink would have cost $400. A difference of $2,050 compared to the estimate from HD's plumber to meet their code. And a difference of $1,200 paid to our plumber, for work that relied on, and followed, the HD plumber's estimate.   Day 47, HD's electrician roughed in 4 new wired outlets, 1 new 240v 4 wire circuit to main breaker box, updated 3 existing outlets to GFCI, and added 1 GFCI outlet that was previously wired (only the last 4 outlets required modification by DDS). No outlet fixtures were installed at this time (4.5 hours). Day 55, cabinets delivered. Carpenter installed 10 cabinets, moulding, and range hood (6.5 hours). The cabinets were accurately installed, the molding miter joints met flush. Because the range moved a few inches to the side, the range hood flue required an extension, this work was not done for the $268 range hood install. After cabinets were installed we found; 1 warped cabinet door, 2 wrong cabinets ordered. The blind corner cabinet was not wide enough, the pass through hole showed. The installer covered the hole with a sheet of fascia material and several moldings. A patchwork of materials, on the face of a new cabinet, was unacceptable, we reordered the correct corner cabinet. Counter top installed (2 hours). Day 62, HD's electrician installed 8 electrical outlet fixtures, including 240v 4 prong fixture for range. (3.5 hours). Our kitchen range was down 2 weeks until the 240v fixture was installed. Also needed was a 4 prong range cord. Day 74, HD replaced the warped door.   Day 81, final plumbing installation. (14 hours total plumbing time.) Day 104, carpenter installed the reordered cabinet, and reused the old molding. Miters on the reused molding didn't match. At this point remodel was complete. ** Because of unclear and contradictory information from contractors, I researched city code requirements and found the Denver Development Services web site. On the Project Guide for Kitchen Remodel page, it stated; "In many cases, no permit is required for simple projects that only replace (like-for-like) existing cabinets, countertops, flooring in the same configuration, or replace (like-for-like) electrical, plumbing or ventilation fixtures". I emailed the Associate Plans Review Technician specific questions about our remodel. The reply: "Changing the electrical connection to the garbage disposal to a wall outlet does require an electrical permit.  You do not need to update the rest of the electrical fixtures, except if there is an existing or new outlet within 6' of the sink; it needs to be a GFCI outlet. Replacing the sink, like for like, in the same place, does not require a plumbing permit." ** The City of Denver adopted the 2011 NEC requirements. We noted the discrepancy of code requirements, in a letter with the final sign off, to the contractor. No response. Copies of the email from the Code Department and original estimates from the subs. were given to the HD design consultant. Questioned a few weeks later, he said they were given to the supervisor. No response from HD. The work done was acceptable, we signed off on the work. But the necessity, of some of the work, was in question. We expected a large corporation as HD to have been current on city code, considering the requirements were on the DDS kitchen remodel home page. We relied on the information from HD contractors that specified our remodel follow code renovations. But according to DDS requirements, there was a difference of $2,660 in electrical and plumbing revisions that were not required, for our like-for-like remodel. Our detriment was also in material costs related to the revisions, 17 hours monitoring, repair and clean up after services that were not required, and the extra weeks that our kitchen was unavailable for use, following HD's code renovations.  
- Rich I....