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LITTLE'S SPECIALTIES UNLIMITED INC.
Recent Review: HE DID AN EXCELLENT JOB, HE ALSO DOES PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL WORK I WILL DEFINITELY CALL UPON HIM IN THE FUTURE
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Vinnys Home Repair Unlimited
Award 2018Super Service Award
Recent Review: I called Vinny to replace a backsplash above my range. I needed to replace the microwave above the range with a stainless steel rangehood. The original backsplash was now too short and I preferred to remove it and replace with a new design. My house is only 7 years old and I wanted the replacement to look like it had always been there. Vinny agreed to stop by for an estimate. On the day of the estimate - Vinny kept in touch with me regarding his expected time of arrival. When he arrived, we discussed my situation and he provided his input. My husband was very impressed with his advice and we both felt confident that he would do the work according to our satisfaction. My husband had completed most of the range hood installation, but it needed to be hung at the exact location so that the backsplash and rangehood met perfectly. His price was reasonable and we agreed to hire him for the job. Vinny is very good, so consequently he is also very busy - his next available time slot was weeks away. As we neared the agreed upon time, I checked in with Vinny to see if we were still on schedule (I needed to coordinate time off of work). Vinny was very professional and respectful. When he was able to commit to a specifically scheduled date - he was a man of his word and arrived as promised. While in my house - Vinny continued to be professional and respectful. Normally removing old tile would create alot of dust, but that didn't happen. Dust was created outside while cutting tile, but it rained later that day and washed it all away! I was quite comfortable while Vinny was in the house working. In my experience, Vinny is exceptionally skilled and quite professional. He was able to hang the range hood, but sadly I did not have all the correct parts to complete the range hood installation. After the job was finished, he phoned me as a follow up. Again, quite professional! I am very happy with the final result and would recommend him without reservation. Should I ever need anything else, I will be calling him.
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Jay's Air & Heat
Recent Review: Jay did a great job as usual. They cleaned up the area after cutting through the wall and was able to get the duct lined up correctly on the first try. His prices are very fair and the workmanship is outstanding.
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Furnival Construction
Recent Review: Excellent professional work as usual. Great customer service and work area cleaned up nicely after installation. Very pleased.
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The Handyman Company
Recent Review: We did a little trouble having him come out in the beginning but they kept us updated the whole way. He did very good at paying attention to detail. He made things very simple to fix.
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Honeybears Home Repair
Recent Review: Rita and Mike first arrived on 6/1/2018 to receive the overall scope of work for all areas of the house, which also included the home exterior and yard. Work started on 6/5/2018 and completed on 6/8/2018; this focused mostly on the kitchen. Rita and Mike provided excellent workmanship, were timely in their arrivals, business-like, and friendly. A great husband-wife team working together, with many years of experience, both individually and together! I look forward to them returning in August to help me complete my other projects.
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Durham and Sons Inc
Award 2018Super Service Award
Business Description: Durham & Sons is family owned and operated, serving Melbourne and surrounding communities since 1975. Our mission is to operate our company with honesty, reliability and to offer our services at a fair price. Quality workmanship and integrity is our top priority.
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American Home Shield – Home Warranty
Business Description: We are the nation’s leader in home warranties. • Our job is to help homeowners keep their covered systems and appliances running by minimizing costs and risk. • We provide affordable protection against breakdowns due to normal wear and tear, along with reliable repairs from the nation’s largest network of independent, pre-screened home service professionals. • We assign contractors to a job within 15 minutes or less, 90% of the time. If a covered item is not repairable, we’ll cover its replacement. • We accept and pay more claims than any other home warranty company in the nation. That’s added up to $3 billion over the last 10 years. • We have more than 10,000 service contractors in their network. • We are there to take your service calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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John Silvers Handyman Services
Award 2018Super Service Award
Recent Review: We started with the layout and trappings of a 1955 home. Original plaster walls and ceilings, sparse cabinetry in the kitchen, two wire electricity, load bearing concrete block walls between porch and garage additions, cast iron plumbing, single pain aluminum windows and a jalousie in the bathroom. Our goal was to start with the kitchen and put in some cabinets. We realized the kitchen was small and we could open it up by pulling down an interior wall. The cabinet wall could come down as well, and since it was open we could update the pluming and sewage as well as increase the number of outlets in the kitchen. After interviewing different kitchen and bath companies we decided we needed something more. We started interviewing general contractors. John Silvers Construction was a company we found on Angie's List and local to us. We hired him because he has extensive experience installing kitchen cabinets and doing tile work. Additionally, he has well rounded experience in all facets of construction and remodeling in older homes (buildings). He has a strong ethic that work has to be done right. Good enough is not good enough. Also, he welcomed my desire to do the plumbing and electrical re-work. And then, he was very price competitive. We had been thinking about how to improve our home for 2 years. As we started putting the design in place, we were faced with the rigidity of an older home. This one is built like a bunker, CBS walls, Dade County pine timbers and roof decking (how many bits did we burn up!), plaster on gypsum walls/ceilings, terrazzo flooring that had already been polished and couldn't be damaged. This house was a puzzle, every way we turned there was some new challenge. John Silvers worked with us to develop the options and gave us multiple quotes so that we could get the best bang for the buck within our financial constraints. When the dust settled we had a plan that would open up the front of the house. The kitchen was divided from the living room by an interior wall, the living room was divided from the den by a load bearing wall with an opening where the sliding door used to be. We decided to to remove all these walls, tear every thing but the bedrooms down to the stud's and rebuild it. We started on April 1st, 2010 John pulled the permits as the GC. I pulled the permits for the electrical and plumbing. The demolition process took several weeks and a couple of dumpsters. We ended up using 3 total. We didn't anticipate the amount of dirt and dust that would be generated during this process. John taped plastic around the doorways to the bedrooms, but there is no way that concrete dust would not get in. The dirt and dust were a problem throughout the remodel. Noble Structural performed the analysis to remove the load bearing wall. We essentially took out a 14 foot section of concrete and the lintel would not support the weight for that span. Noble suggested a laminate beam (LVL) and John Silvers came up with suspended buckets to eliminate any visible columns. This turned out very well and the completed section reduced the visible support from 18 inches to 6. The remaining 6 were textured the same as the ceiling in both rooms so it is hardly noticeable. With the front rooms, hallway and bathroom completely exposed, work began repairing the framing. We have a ceiling beam that spans the cathedral ceiling in the front room. It was supported by a Rube Goldberg patchwork of wood. Who says they built things better back then? The ceiling beam supports had to be rebuilt, a temporary wall was constructed to support the roof while the load bearing wall was demolished and replaced, The wall between the kitchen and bathroom was completely re-framed as well as some of the joists in the ceiling. A free standing range hood was in the plan, so the roof supports had to be cut and a box built to support the load. All of the walls in this old house were uneven due to the wood warping over time. Every wall and the ceiling had to be trimmed out so the drywall would be level. A lot of work went in to prepping the structure, including strapping the roof. As this was happening, a channel was cut in the terrazzo to remove the existing sewer pipe. This channel went underneath the wall and out into the garage, exposing the old crumbly cast iron. All of the plumbing return pipe was rotted, the old copper supply line was embedded in the cement footer with no sheathing and was leaking. My friend is a master plumber and John supplied one of his guy's with plumbing experience and between the 3 of us, we re-plumbed the house in 4 days. This included replacing the existing supply and return as well as running new hot and cold water lines to the other side of the house for an outdoor shower (perfect for coming off the beach). We re-did the supply lines in 3/4" copper with 1/2" feeds to the faucets. The outdoor shower runs were two long lengths of 3/4" soft copper. We included water hammer suppressors, wrapped the hot and cold in insulation and strapped everything down tight. Nothing rattles. We ended up getting a larger hot water heater so we moved it out of the utility room and into the garage. John came up with the solution to build a concrete pad for the HW heater to elevate it off the floor. This was an area were we really saved some money and John's help and advice were invaluable. Once the framing and plumbing were nearing completion. Work began on the electrical. The planning and rewiring was completely done by me. All the new boxes were installed, the wires pulled (2000 ft of new wire), riser and subpanel installed. As we got closer to inspection the inspector all but insisted that a licensed electrician be there. John gave me the name of Dave at PowerHouse electric. He came out and wired the subpanel and trimmed the boxes. He was there when the inspector arrived, they knew each other and we passed. Dave's price was extremely reasonable and was well worth it for the service he provided. This was another way John helped us save a lot of money during the remodel. The doors and windows all had to be rebucked. The east side wall of the house (former porch area) had to be completely re-framed (another temp wall to support the roof) due to water damage from a leaky roof. Then the windows and doors installed. With the inspections out of the way, the house began to come back together. The next step was clean the place. John and his guy's came in on Saturday/Sunday and removed all the old insulation, vacuumed out the dust, debris, etc from the attic. Vacuumed all the wood framing, just cleaned hard to get ready for insulation. We used open cell sprayed foam on the cathedral ceiling . With 5-6 inch rafters, this gave us the equivalent of about R19 and covers approximately 70% of the house. Due to low roof pitch, we couldn't do the bedrooms without opening a hole in each ceiling, so we blew in R30 and installed moisture barriers The dry wall went up, was textured and painted, the cabinets arrived and were installed. We had some issues with the granite counter top people. Ferguson granite arrived to scope the job. We discussed what we wanted (in particular a tear drop shape at the end of the counter for a eat in/ bar area). They didn't make any templates. When John found out, he said they will use a template and he will provide it. So he laid out cardboard and cut out the template. The tear drop was tricky, since we needed to add some re-enforcement for the supporting cabinet in two places. Ferguson brought it in and installed it. The seams didn't look good and at the sink were not in the same place. The counter seam and back splash seam were separated by 3-4 inches. All seams were grind cut, so they were noticeable, especially the back slash by the sink. You always find out the quality of your contractors when something goes wrong. Ferguson said this was perfectly normal, we thought not. John Silvers went home brought back his wet saw and re-cut the back splash with Ferguson's installers. The seam he made was much, much better and lined up with the counter top seam. He really saved the day on this part. Another instance where John's experience came into play. The new tub we put in was wider than the old 1955 tub. This mean that the distance from the tub to the toilet was 12 instead of 15 inches. Also, removing the plaster/gypsum board walls and replacing with drywall placed the center of the toilet 3/4" further away from the wall. We were distressed at having to take a cement saw to our highly polished terrazzo floors. John came up with a new plumbing solution that allowed us to move the toilet opening such that the it would meet specifications as well as allow the toilet to cover the existing hole. The simplest way was to just cut a hole in the cement, his method required more time and thought, but was the right way to do it. With the cabinets installed and the counter tops in, came the detail work. John and his company are extremely good at getting the details correct. Just to name a few, undermount trim work, polishing the stainless steel range hood shaft cover, getting the ice maker line in, moving a couple of outlets, cleaning everything. He and his guy's put down cardboard and paper multiple times to protect our floors. And it worked, none of the construction work damaged any of our floors. He installed all the travertine on the kitchen wall, as well as installing a complex decorative pattern above the sink. He suggested and installed pecky cypress facade for the ceiling center beam. Then blended the same pecky cypress wood with the kitchen travertine at the range hood ceiling opening to tie the rooms together. I'm out of characters. I can write more. I highly recommend John Silvers Construction. He work and his employee's are exceptional.
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Kelley Brothers Construction Inc.
Recent Review: Since we had other work done by Kelley Brothers (that we were very satisfied with), we had them remodel our kitchen. Brian helped us with the design of the kitchen and came up with very good ideas. As we experienced from other jobs, he worked very clean, precise and showed his professionalism and skills in everything he did. The final result was beyond our expectations. We now have a very beautiful and functional dream kitchen.

Reviews in Grant to Install Range Hood

ALITTLE'S SPECIALTIES UNLIMITED INC.
HE DID AN EXCELLENT JOB, HE ALSO DOES PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL WORK I WILL DEFINITELY CALL UPON HIM IN THE FUTURE
- Dave W....
AVinnys Home Repair Unlimited
I called Vinny to replace a backsplash above my range. I needed to replace the microwave above the range with a stainless steel rangehood. The original backsplash was now too short and I preferred to remove it and replace with a new design. My house is only 7 years old and I wanted the replacement to look like it had always been there. Vinny agreed to stop by for an estimate. On the day of the estimate - Vinny kept in touch with me regarding his expected time of arrival. When he arrived, we discussed my situation and he provided his input. My husband was very impressed with his advice and we both felt confident that he would do the work according to our satisfaction. My husband had completed most of the range hood installation, but it needed to be hung at the exact location so that the backsplash and rangehood met perfectly. His price was reasonable and we agreed to hire him for the job. Vinny is very good, so consequently he is also very busy - his next available time slot was weeks away. As we neared the agreed upon time, I checked in with Vinny to see if we were still on schedule (I needed to coordinate time off of work). Vinny was very professional and respectful. When he was able to commit to a specifically scheduled date - he was a man of his word and arrived as promised. While in my house - Vinny continued to be professional and respectful. Normally removing old tile would create alot of dust, but that didn't happen. Dust was created outside while cutting tile, but it rained later that day and washed it all away! I was quite comfortable while Vinny was in the house working. In my experience, Vinny is exceptionally skilled and quite professional. He was able to hang the range hood, but sadly I did not have all the correct parts to complete the range hood installation. After the job was finished, he phoned me as a follow up. Again, quite professional! I am very happy with the final result and would recommend him without reservation. Should I ever need anything else, I will be calling him.
- Bonnie F....
AJay's Air & Heat
Jay did a great job as usual. They cleaned up the area after cutting through the wall and was able to get the duct lined up correctly on the first try. His prices are very fair and the workmanship is outstanding.
- Nathaniel G....
AFurnival Construction
Excellent professional work as usual. Great customer service and work area cleaned up nicely after installation. Very pleased.
- Vicki W....
AVinnys Home Repair Unlimited
Vinny and Brandon are very nice to work with. They are professional, neat, and clean. They arrived on time and completed the job expeditiously. Invoice was as originally quoted. My range hood looks beautiful and the light installed over the kitchen sink is great! The kitchen remodel is just beginning and now I can cook without smelling up the whole house! This is the only job they've done for me so far but I will call them again and definitely recommend them.
- Marka R....
AHoneybears Home Repair
Rita and Mike first arrived on 6/1/2018 to receive the overall scope of work for all areas of the house, which also included the home exterior and yard. Work started on 6/5/2018 and completed on 6/8/2018; this focused mostly on the kitchen. Rita and Mike provided excellent workmanship, were timely in their arrivals, business-like, and friendly. A great husband-wife team working together, with many years of experience, both individually and together! I look forward to them returning in August to help me complete my other projects.
- Jim R....
FAmerican Home Shield – Home Warranty
AHS ALWAYS finds a loophole in the contract so they do not have to pay to have something fixed or replaced.
- Glenda S....
AJohn Silvers Handyman Services
We started with the layout and trappings of a 1955 home. Original plaster walls and ceilings, sparse cabinetry in the kitchen, two wire electricity, load bearing concrete block walls between porch and garage additions, cast iron plumbing, single pain aluminum windows and a jalousie in the bathroom. Our goal was to start with the kitchen and put in some cabinets. We realized the kitchen was small and we could open it up by pulling down an interior wall. The cabinet wall could come down as well, and since it was open we could update the pluming and sewage as well as increase the number of outlets in the kitchen. After interviewing different kitchen and bath companies we decided we needed something more. We started interviewing general contractors. John Silvers Construction was a company we found on Angie's List and local to us. We hired him because he has extensive experience installing kitchen cabinets and doing tile work. Additionally, he has well rounded experience in all facets of construction and remodeling in older homes (buildings). He has a strong ethic that work has to be done right. Good enough is not good enough. Also, he welcomed my desire to do the plumbing and electrical re-work. And then, he was very price competitive. We had been thinking about how to improve our home for 2 years. As we started putting the design in place, we were faced with the rigidity of an older home. This one is built like a bunker, CBS walls, Dade County pine timbers and roof decking (how many bits did we burn up!), plaster on gypsum walls/ceilings, terrazzo flooring that had already been polished and couldn't be damaged. This house was a puzzle, every way we turned there was some new challenge. John Silvers worked with us to develop the options and gave us multiple quotes so that we could get the best bang for the buck within our financial constraints. When the dust settled we had a plan that would open up the front of the house. The kitchen was divided from the living room by an interior wall, the living room was divided from the den by a load bearing wall with an opening where the sliding door used to be. We decided to to remove all these walls, tear every thing but the bedrooms down to the stud's and rebuild it. We started on April 1st, 2010 John pulled the permits as the GC. I pulled the permits for the electrical and plumbing. The demolition process took several weeks and a couple of dumpsters. We ended up using 3 total. We didn't anticipate the amount of dirt and dust that would be generated during this process. John taped plastic around the doorways to the bedrooms, but there is no way that concrete dust would not get in. The dirt and dust were a problem throughout the remodel. Noble Structural performed the analysis to remove the load bearing wall. We essentially took out a 14 foot section of concrete and the lintel would not support the weight for that span. Noble suggested a laminate beam (LVL) and John Silvers came up with suspended buckets to eliminate any visible columns. This turned out very well and the completed section reduced the visible support from 18 inches to 6. The remaining 6 were textured the same as the ceiling in both rooms so it is hardly noticeable. With the front rooms, hallway and bathroom completely exposed, work began repairing the framing. We have a ceiling beam that spans the cathedral ceiling in the front room. It was supported by a Rube Goldberg patchwork of wood. Who says they built things better back then? The ceiling beam supports had to be rebuilt, a temporary wall was constructed to support the roof while the load bearing wall was demolished and replaced, The wall between the kitchen and bathroom was completely re-framed as well as some of the joists in the ceiling. A free standing range hood was in the plan, so the roof supports had to be cut and a box built to support the load. All of the walls in this old house were uneven due to the wood warping over time. Every wall and the ceiling had to be trimmed out so the drywall would be level. A lot of work went in to prepping the structure, including strapping the roof. As this was happening, a channel was cut in the terrazzo to remove the existing sewer pipe. This channel went underneath the wall and out into the garage, exposing the old crumbly cast iron. All of the plumbing return pipe was rotted, the old copper supply line was embedded in the cement footer with no sheathing and was leaking. My friend is a master plumber and John supplied one of his guy's with plumbing experience and between the 3 of us, we re-plumbed the house in 4 days. This included replacing the existing supply and return as well as running new hot and cold water lines to the other side of the house for an outdoor shower (perfect for coming off the beach). We re-did the supply lines in 3/4" copper with 1/2" feeds to the faucets. The outdoor shower runs were two long lengths of 3/4" soft copper. We included water hammer suppressors, wrapped the hot and cold in insulation and strapped everything down tight. Nothing rattles. We ended up getting a larger hot water heater so we moved it out of the utility room and into the garage. John came up with the solution to build a concrete pad for the HW heater to elevate it off the floor. This was an area were we really saved some money and John's help and advice were invaluable. Once the framing and plumbing were nearing completion. Work began on the electrical. The planning and rewiring was completely done by me. All the new boxes were installed, the wires pulled (2000 ft of new wire), riser and subpanel installed. As we got closer to inspection the inspector all but insisted that a licensed electrician be there. John gave me the name of Dave at PowerHouse electric. He came out and wired the subpanel and trimmed the boxes. He was there when the inspector arrived, they knew each other and we passed. Dave's price was extremely reasonable and was well worth it for the service he provided. This was another way John helped us save a lot of money during the remodel. The doors and windows all had to be rebucked. The east side wall of the house (former porch area) had to be completely re-framed (another temp wall to support the roof) due to water damage from a leaky roof. Then the windows and doors installed. With the inspections out of the way, the house began to come back together. The next step was clean the place. John and his guy's came in on Saturday/Sunday and removed all the old insulation, vacuumed out the dust, debris, etc from the attic. Vacuumed all the wood framing, just cleaned hard to get ready for insulation. We used open cell sprayed foam on the cathedral ceiling . With 5-6 inch rafters, this gave us the equivalent of about R19 and covers approximately 70% of the house. Due to low roof pitch, we couldn't do the bedrooms without opening a hole in each ceiling, so we blew in R30 and installed moisture barriers The dry wall went up, was textured and painted, the cabinets arrived and were installed. We had some issues with the granite counter top people. Ferguson granite arrived to scope the job. We discussed what we wanted (in particular a tear drop shape at the end of the counter for a eat in/ bar area). They didn't make any templates. When John found out, he said they will use a template and he will provide it. So he laid out cardboard and cut out the template. The tear drop was tricky, since we needed to add some re-enforcement for the supporting cabinet in two places. Ferguson brought it in and installed it. The seams didn't look good and at the sink were not in the same place. The counter seam and back splash seam were separated by 3-4 inches. All seams were grind cut, so they were noticeable, especially the back slash by the sink. You always find out the quality of your contractors when something goes wrong. Ferguson said this was perfectly normal, we thought not. John Silvers went home brought back his wet saw and re-cut the back splash with Ferguson's installers. The seam he made was much, much better and lined up with the counter top seam. He really saved the day on this part. Another instance where John's experience came into play. The new tub we put in was wider than the old 1955 tub. This mean that the distance from the tub to the toilet was 12 instead of 15 inches. Also, removing the plaster/gypsum board walls and replacing with drywall placed the center of the toilet 3/4" further away from the wall. We were distressed at having to take a cement saw to our highly polished terrazzo floors. John came up with a new plumbing solution that allowed us to move the toilet opening such that the it would meet specifications as well as allow the toilet to cover the existing hole. The simplest way was to just cut a hole in the cement, his method required more time and thought, but was the right way to do it. With the cabinets installed and the counter tops in, came the detail work. John and his company are extremely good at getting the details correct. Just to name a few, undermount trim work, polishing the stainless steel range hood shaft cover, getting the ice maker line in, moving a couple of outlets, cleaning everything. He and his guy's put down cardboard and paper multiple times to protect our floors. And it worked, none of the construction work damaged any of our floors. He installed all the travertine on the kitchen wall, as well as installing a complex decorative pattern above the sink. He suggested and installed pecky cypress facade for the ceiling center beam. Then blended the same pecky cypress wood with the kitchen travertine at the range hood ceiling opening to tie the rooms together. I'm out of characters. I can write more. I highly recommend John Silvers Construction. He work and his employee's are exceptional.
- John M....
AKelley Brothers Construction Inc.
Since we had other work done by Kelley Brothers (that we were very satisfied with), we had them remodel our kitchen. Brian helped us with the design of the kitchen and came up with very good ideas. As we experienced from other jobs, he worked very clean, precise and showed his professionalism and skills in everything he did. The final result was beyond our expectations. We now have a very beautiful and functional dream kitchen.
- Kathleen M....
AJohn Silvers Handyman Services
Work progressed very well. John and his crew are excellent craftsmen. They were neat and professional and took no short cuts. They never said, "there that's good enough". They always did things right. He is very knowledgeable about the building code. We first came into contact with John when Lowe's sent him to measure for windows and doors. We asked him to give us an estimate for the rest of the project and his proposal was superior in approach to that proposed by others. He and his crew always keep the dust and mess to a minimum. This was critical since we were living in the house while they worked.
- Michael K....