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Business Description: Holmes Tile & Stone has over 15 years of experience in the specialization of ceramic & stone installation for residential projects. They also provide commercial services as well as tile & grout repair. Contact today to schedule a free estimate on any of your tile inquiries! (203) 578-6213
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Business Description: Serenity Painting and Handyman Services is your source for excellent painting and handyman service in the greater New Milford/Danbury (Litchfield county and Fairfield county) area. Two employees, Victor and Mick. Contact us to learn more.
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Recent Review: Virginio and his brother Samuel were recommended by a local tile store, so we called them to install tile and inserts we bought for our kitchen backsplash.  They did an excellent job installing it, and were very efficient and friendly.  In addition, they repaired grout installed by the original contractor two years ago that had started to mildew by replacing it with epoxy.  The color was a little off, but I can tell it is going to last a long time.  They knew what they were doing.
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Recent Review: The job was not acceptable because a number of tiles had what looked like magic marker drawings on them (one of them being the letter "S"). It should be noted that we had almost a full box of extra tiles so there was no need to include the damaged tiles. When we called about this, Bob Danczek, the owner of the company, told us to sand the tile which we did; however, the magic marker drawings had penetrated the tile. Also, the grout between the countertop and the tile crumbled, leaving large gaps between the countertop and tile. Bob Danjczek of Good Designs told us that the wrong grout was used and he would send his workman to re-do the grout. After many many calls, and many promises to come to our home, we have not seen hide nor hair of anyone from Good Designs and our tile is still considered by us and anyone who sees it to be a shoddy job. Would I hire them again or recommend them to anyone? ABSOLUTELY NOT!!!
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Recent Review: David was on time for his appointments, gave accurate estimates, and had excellent communication.  He completed the job in a timely manner and was professional at all times.  I would recommend him highly for future jobs.
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Business Description: Lambert and Barr LLC provides residential and commercial remodeling for New Milford and surrounding locations. Our restoration and remodeling services restore the integrity and value of your current space without compromising the frame. Whether you require bathroom remodeling, kitchen remodeling, or comprehensive restoration, Lambert and Barr is committed to aptly improving your home or business. We have the capacity to handle all stages of your residential or commercial remodeling project.

Reviews in New Milford to Clean or Seal Grout

ASir Grout Hartford
It was great.  The bathroom shower was new grout and it sealed that plus enhanced the color.  the other 2 bathrooms had older grout that was dirtier than I thought since the finished product makes the bathroom look total new. Sir Grout was prompt, professional, and completed the job as they quoted. I would use them again.
- Renee C....
ANeza Tile
Virginio and his brother Samuel were recommended by a local tile store, so we called them to install tile and inserts we bought for our kitchen backsplash.  They did an excellent job installing it, and were very efficient and friendly.  In addition, they repaired grout installed by the original contractor two years ago that had started to mildew by replacing it with epoxy.  The color was a little off, but I can tell it is going to last a long time.  They knew what they were doing.
- Stephen S....
FGOOD DESIGNS
The job was not acceptable because a number of tiles had what looked like magic marker drawings on them (one of them being the letter "S"). It should be noted that we had almost a full box of extra tiles so there was no need to include the damaged tiles. When we called about this, Bob Danczek, the owner of the company, told us to sand the tile which we did; however, the magic marker drawings had penetrated the tile. Also, the grout between the countertop and the tile crumbled, leaving large gaps between the countertop and tile. Bob Danjczek of Good Designs told us that the wrong grout was used and he would send his workman to re-do the grout. After many many calls, and many promises to come to our home, we have not seen hide nor hair of anyone from Good Designs and our tile is still considered by us and anyone who sees it to be a shoddy job. Would I hire them again or recommend them to anyone? ABSOLUTELY NOT!!!
- Dorothy S....
AAll-Around Handyman Service
David was on time for his appointments, gave accurate estimates, and had excellent communication.  He completed the job in a timely manner and was professional at all times.  I would recommend him highly for future jobs.
- Gary F....
AAll-Around Handyman Service
David was great to work with. He gave us a good estimate and advice on materials to buy, picked up the materials for us and did a fantastic job installing our tile, it looks beautiful and you can tell that he takes pride in his work and pays attention to detail. We look forward to our next project with him and will recommend him to family and friends.
- Amy F....
CLambert & Barr LLC
We agreed upon a price before work began. We purchased all of fixtures for this job. Still the job came in just under $30,000. The quality was mediocre at best. Grout colors agreed upon before tile installation was not done. Once we saw it, it was too late, the tile was already installed. We asked for the floor tile in the renovated bath to be laid a certain way, they did not listen and laid it how they wanted it. Again, when we saw it, too late, it was installed. They installed tile in another area, and did not match the grout to the existing floor tile as instructed. We wanted waste pipes wrapped to eliminate noise downstairs when plumbing was used upstairs. We were told no noise would occur because they would wrap the pipes. This did not happen. We hear a lot of noise. The nails attaching the drywall are popping and we will have to get another contractor to remove them and and re-tape the basement. The bath in the basement had odor issues and several calls were made to get this contractor to fix the issue, they installed another pipe to the pump system to allow air into the system. Too much time was spent on our part managing the project, ensuring the job progressed. The finish work left a lot to be desired. It seemed once they had our money they, stopped listening to our concerns. We would not recommend this company.
- Kama P....
AAll-Around Handyman Service
Excellent!! David responded the same day we called him in early December 2009 (as a result of seeing his ad in the local newspaper) and stopped by to review what we wanted done. He e-mailed his estimate a couple of days later and stopped by to hand deliver a copy also. Due to the holidays we held off doing anything until January. David arrived at the time he said he would arrive and went right to work. The two biggest jobs were the tileing jobs. He had many, many tiles to cut in the bathroom, as there are twelve corners and no two walls are the same length. The job took him longer than he originally thought it would, but he stated that he had quoted a price per job, not per hour. He also included the price of the tile in his quote (at a specific price per tile). Since we wanted basic white in the bathroom that worked well. We did pay for the tiles to create one row of decorative tile around the bathroom, but we expected to pay for those. He did a terrific job! Our bathroom is now beautiful. The kitchen tile was hard to chose, because I decided I didn't want white in the kitchen. Since he had included the price of the tile for that job as well, he deducted the cost of the tile from his price and let me go find what I wanted. We applied his credit toward the cost of what we finally picked. We have owned this condo for over 12 years and I have wanted tile above the counters for every minute of those 12+ years. So, when David was done with the kitchen tile I was absolutely thrilled! We told David he should have done before and after pictures, because no-one would believe it was the same bathroom and kitchen! The additional stair railing very closely matches the existing railing and is a blessing to have since we are all seniors in this household. The new and existing railings are firmly attached to the walls (thank you, David)! Since our kitchen isn't huge, having that extra shelving in the laundry room is wonderful; David built very sturdy supports (he saw how much stuff I was going to put on it)! He arrived each day when he said he would arrive, he stayed until what he was doing was completed and he cleaned up where he was working at the end of each day. David took great pride in doing the entire job well and to his own satisfaction, not just ours. We have more work that needs to be done and we have already asked David for a quote. Needless to say, we would and are going to hire him again! We recommend him highly
- Ruth K....
FLambert & Barr LLC
After a fire damaged our home, Lambert&Barr was hired to demo and renovate our home. We entered into a contract with Lambert&Barr, which was specific in the material to be used. Lambert&Barr: -Overcharged us by  $23,000 and to have  failed to give this money back to us and have refused to provide a complete accounting as requested by our attorney.  -Due to their negligence we have had to repair and/or replace items totaling over $7777.26 for work done poorly or not done at all. -They have state, that although they received approx.. $70,000 for being the general contractor and overseeing workers and subcontractors, THEY WERE IN FACT NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR WORKERS OR SUBCONTRACTORS.  In their mind, any damage, negligence, poor workmanship or fraud done during the renovation of our home is not their fault when it was done by their workers and/or their subcontractors. But are still entitled to the $70,000. -Charged for or gave the price for many items after the fact, even after we expressly stated that we must be given pricing beforehand and not after the work was performed or material purchased -They were paid for specific work to be done, for which they failed to do so per the contract, yet they charged us for the work/items:                 (a) charged for a dual zone C/A system; They put in a cheaper unit, but  charged us for the more expensive unit.                 (b) failed to remove the heating elements prior to sheet rocking but charged us, We had to replace the elements at an additional cost as they were caked in sheetrock dust, etc.                (c) failed to install insulation per the contract; installed a lesser R-rated insulation, but still charged us for the original higher R-rated insulation. . In order to pass inspection and be code compliant, Theyhad to place additional insulation on top of the attic flooring, taking away our ability to use the attic for storage.                   (d) charged extra to fix our basement stairs which they never did. In addition to the stairs falling away from the upper landing the stringer was cracking on one side. The stairs were never been fixed, but became dangerous due to their negligence.                 (e)failed to fully sheet rock the garage per fire code and also charged us extra to fire block a section of our garage per code. Lambert&Barr failed to complete either.                 (f) charged us to replace the front porch as an added item. The frame was to be of ALL NEW material and is NOT. Old wood was reused.                 (g) charged to replace the deck as an added item. The frame and material were to be of NEW material and are NOT. The railings are NOT installed to code and being that the deck is over 10 ft off the ground, pose a hazard to the homeowner. Footings are not all code compliant.                 (h) charged the homeowner for installing a kitchen vent which was never installed but needed for obvious reasons.                 (i)  charged the homeowner for 2 roof boots, but only installed 1 roof boot. -Charged us to replace electrical boxes that either did not need to be replaced or were already being replaced due to the nature of the electrical fire. -Tried to charge us for sheet rocking the mechanical room, when they had already installed fire rated insulation.. There was NO reason to install both fire rated insulation AND fire rated sheet rock.The sheet rock installedprevents the water valves from being turned into an off position. If there is a water leak we will not be able to turn the water off. -Were paid to perform the following work, which they were either negligent in doing or the work was done in a subpar manner:                     (a) KITCHEN: In an email to Home Depot, Lambert&Barr stated that they were installing kitchen cabinets which were damaged but once up we (the homeowner) would never know that they were damaged. During the installation/renovation of the kitchen, Lambert&Barr has also marred cabinets, cut cabinets incorrectly (stating that the error was not theirs but the homeowners), drilled holes in cabinet front incorrectly, re-attached cabinet doors to cabinet frames incorrectly, screwed into and cracked cabinets, shimmed cabinets incorrectly (stating again it was somehow the fault of the homeowner), splintered the cabinet frames where screws should have gone and then tried to patch these very visible areas. Lambert&Barr also installed brackets for a granite counter that at first they stated would not work, but due to the design recanted that statement, stating then that they would work ? the brackets did not work and the granite countertop is falling down. Lambert&barr installed the sink brackets incorrectly causing the sink to fall and damage the inside of the cabinet, and incorrectly installed crown molding which is falling off.                 (b) MAIN BATHROOM: At the insistence of Lambert&Barr, the main bathroom was redesigned. The redesign does not work and does not allow the bathroom to function. The washer and dryer area is too small to fit any normal size units. Yet Lambert&barr installed the new units purchased by us, knowing full well that once installed, they could not be serviced or taken out without ripping apart the walls. The only washer and dryer combination that will fit is an apartment sized unit, in a 4 bedroom house.  Lambert&Barr?s design has caused us to move the dryer into the middle of the bathroom. In addition to the incorrect venting used for the dryer, the new design does not allow for venting to be installed at all.  In order to fit in the dryer vent, the studs behind the dryer had to be cut and were done so without our permission. As the dryer area lies below the heavy air handler the studs should never have been cut.                 (c) STAIRS: Lambert&Barr installed new oak stairs between the first and second floor, which the homeowner paid extra for as an upgrade. Parts of the original landing were cut and then replaced by Lambert&Barr. The work was done so poorly that the landing began to sink and the stairs began to pull away from the upper landing.  A video of the damage and the dangerous situation caused by Lambert&Barr is available for review. The upper and lower stairs have since been fixed not only for the obvious safety reasons, but also the homeowners needed to install a lift for their elderly mother, which could not have been done the way that Lambert&Barr left the stairs.             (d) CLOSET SHELVING: Although we were charged for new shelving, Lambert&Barr tried to reinstall old rusted closet shelving. Upon discovery, Lambert&Barr then installed the wrong type of shelving so poorly that the shelves cannot be used as intended and/or are falling down.            (e) CLOSET DOORS AND POCKET DOORS: Lambert&Barr reframed many of the closets in the house and installed doors so poorly that not even Jeld-Wen (the door manufacturer) could fix them. Many of the doors stick either because the doors were incorrectly installed or the ball catch that was installed was done so incorrectly. Many of the door handles have pulled out due to the sticking doors and the doors now need to be replaced. The ball catch in the pantry door has already flown out of the door due to the extreme force needed to open that door. The door frames were done so poorly that they are splitting apart. THE MASTER BATHROOM DOOR HINGE IS SET INTO THE MIDDLE OF THE SPLITTING DOOR FRAME AND WE HAVE  ALREADY GOTTEN STUCK INSIDE THE MASTER BATHROOM. The pocket doors were butchered by Lambert&Barr during installation so much so that you cannot hide the fact that the latch area on the door and the plate on the frame were cut too big.                 (f) FRONT DOOR:  during construction damaged the new frame of the new front entry door. Although the homeowner purchased a new door knob, they had to purchase another one as Lambert&Barr would not give them their keys back. (g) SIDING: The upgraded siding is falling off the house, does not meet in areas,is cracked in other areas, soffit not done correctly. Old fascia used with some new. (h) ROOFING:  Parts of this system needed to comply with the manufacturer warranty are missing (starter, ice and water dam).  There are also holes in the roof, shingles missing, and the nailing was done incorrectly. Due to poor workmanship and missing material, the roofing has no warranty. (i) FIRE RATED GARAGE DOOR: Lambert&Barr installed the self-closing fire rated garage door in such a way that the garage door does not function correctly. The hinge was set in the middle of the door frame and not as it should be. The sill is not supported. (j) WINDOWS: the homeowner paid extra to have new upgraded windows installed. The windowsills are showing signs of rot as the windows were installed without the proper flashing. (k) UPPER SLIDING DOOR: during installation of a new slider, we needed to fix rot from lack of flashing. Lambert&Barr not only charged the homeowner to fix the rot but then installed the door the same way. We will have rot again! (l) GROUT AND TILING: cracking and coming off. (m)  PLUMBING: alluded to a specific professional plumber to do all of the plumbing work. Plumbing is not to code and done poorly. (n) GARAGE DOOR OPENERS AND WALL SWITCHES: The wall switches were damaged during re-installation and the main motor units are covered inside and out with sheet rock debris. They no longer function (o) APPLIANCES: Lambert&Barr picked up and installed all of the NEW appliances.  The appliances became caked in sheet rock dust and there were sheet rock chunks in the washer machine. (p) FLOORING: did a bait and switch on the flooring ? the finish on the flooring and workmanship of installation is not a professional job. (q) Lambert&Barr purposely damaged our driveway with their backhoe.                             ted
- Susan C....