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Crawfords Custom Woodworks
Recent Review: Very good, customer and contractor(myself) very satisfied
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GRADY CABINET WORKS INC
Recent Review: Skilled, experienced, and they really care that you love the experience and product.
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Tom Tucker
Recent Review: Great work. The custom window casing is awesome! A very challenging woodworking project, considering how difficult it is to fit all the parts perfectly so the casing looks like one big window frame which consists of three windows, each being about 3 feet by 5 feet, spanning an overall length of about 15 feet long by 7 feet high. Clear pine was used. Each piece of pine had to be milled to the correct thickness, grain matched, sanded, and clear coated to bring out the natural pine grain. This custom casing, again designed and created by Mr. Tucker, is the main part of my interior design. The design of my kitchen is European so the cabinets had to be installed in more of an unconventional manner than usual. Again this part of my remodeling was very challenging. There was very little margin for error. Mr. Tucker completed the installation exactly as I required. He also designed and assembled a custom pantry pull cabinet about 14 inches deep by about 87 inches tall by about 5.5 inches wide. This additional cabinet with 10 shelves increases the pantry storage significantly. I have no wasted space in my kitchen I am very pleased with the outcome of Mr. Tucker's work.
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Mark Bennett's Creative Kitchens
Recent Review: Although I put a price on the installation, I had bought kitchen cabinets through Lowes for a new place we have just purchased and it turned out to be cheaper to have it installed than not to use their installer.  I have heard negative things about big box store installers, but I was pleasantly surprised with Mark.  He is very fast, and responds very well to comments, corrections or whatever.  He does good work and is a great guy, and no, I do not know him outside of this job!  He has had to come back a few times, but this was due to delivery screwups and not his fault.  I would recommend him to everyone.
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INTERLACHEN CABINETS INC
Recent Review: We hired Interlachen Cabinets for our large kitchen remodel project, and we are extremely pleased with the result.  Our cabinets are a beautiful natural cherry, the craftsmanship is outstanding, and we get compliments all the time.  We were surprised to find that custom built cabinets could cost less than half than what a kitchen remodeling firm was going to supply from a factory.  We have recommended Gene to five or six of our friends, and all of them have been as pleased as we were.  I would not hesitate to hire him again.
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Stephanie Kirkland Builders, Inc.
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Recent Review: Fast and efficient. Easy to communicate with.
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MTS Construction Group Inc.
Recent Review: Did a good job but it took MUCH longer than promised.
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A & M Restoration Corp
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Recent Review: Very reliable kept me informed by phone and in person. Was timely and dealt with reputable contractors to assist with the job........I would recommend him again.  Lisa
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Gainesville Restoration & Remodeling Inc
Business Description: Each project is assigned a hand-picked team of highly-skilled, educated and certified specialists who have the insight, experience and ability to meet or exceed our clients’ expectations. GAF - Master Elite Certified Roofing Contractor Awarded Big 50 Award by Remodeling Magazine for 2011. Uses licensed subcontractors for plumbing, hvac, and electrical services.
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Labyrinth Interior
Recent Review: Your ideas and plans will be executed beyond your dream. This company uses quality materials and does excellent careful work.

Reviews in Orange Lake to Install Kitchen Cabinets

ATom Tucker
Great work. The custom window casing is awesome! A very challenging woodworking project, considering how difficult it is to fit all the parts perfectly so the casing looks like one big window frame which consists of three windows, each being about 3 feet by 5 feet, spanning an overall length of about 15 feet long by 7 feet high. Clear pine was used. Each piece of pine had to be milled to the correct thickness, grain matched, sanded, and clear coated to bring out the natural pine grain. This custom casing, again designed and created by Mr. Tucker, is the main part of my interior design. The design of my kitchen is European so the cabinets had to be installed in more of an unconventional manner than usual. Again this part of my remodeling was very challenging. There was very little margin for error. Mr. Tucker completed the installation exactly as I required. He also designed and assembled a custom pantry pull cabinet about 14 inches deep by about 87 inches tall by about 5.5 inches wide. This additional cabinet with 10 shelves increases the pantry storage significantly. I have no wasted space in my kitchen I am very pleased with the outcome of Mr. Tucker's work.
- Anthony W....
AMark Bennett's Creative Kitchens
Although I put a price on the installation, I had bought kitchen cabinets through Lowes for a new place we have just purchased and it turned out to be cheaper to have it installed than not to use their installer.  I have heard negative things about big box store installers, but I was pleasantly surprised with Mark.  He is very fast, and responds very well to comments, corrections or whatever.  He does good work and is a great guy, and no, I do not know him outside of this job!  He has had to come back a few times, but this was due to delivery screwups and not his fault.  I would recommend him to everyone.
- Robert C....
AINTERLACHEN CABINETS INC
We hired Interlachen Cabinets for our large kitchen remodel project, and we are extremely pleased with the result.  Our cabinets are a beautiful natural cherry, the craftsmanship is outstanding, and we get compliments all the time.  We were surprised to find that custom built cabinets could cost less than half than what a kitchen remodeling firm was going to supply from a factory.  We have recommended Gene to five or six of our friends, and all of them have been as pleased as we were.  I would not hesitate to hire him again.
- Holly L....
FMTS Construction Group Inc.
Terrible, was hired on the first of August. Worked on and off for about 4 hours a day. Found out employees were not getting paid. Paid Orlando Ramos Jr. another payment for finishing the work. Employees quit because they were not getting paid. MTS did not complete my job, packed up the office and were gone. Cashed my check and never completed the work. All a con game.
- Lisa D....
AA & M Restoration Corp
Very reliable kept me informed by phone and in person. Was timely and dealt with reputable contractors to assist with the job........I would recommend him again.  Lisa
- Lisa S....
FGainesville Restoration & Remodeling Inc
GRR didn't end up doing either of these things.  They didn't supervise the work as it was being done.  They had Creative Cabinets do the cabinets (they were very good) and another guy do the tile.  GRR's only job was to make sure that they both got done correctly and on time. When we were initially emailing, GRR explicitly said that installing the sink and faucet were included.  In the contract we signed, it said in the fine print that GRR doesn't do any plumbing.  We missed that before we signed and we had to hire someone else to do that. When they tore out our bathroom sink they left it in the middle of our driveway. We gave them 6 weeks of lead time to build the cabinets, and it still took 2 months after they started to finish the project because things weren't ready, scheduling errors, and mistakes that needed to be fixed. GRR changed our plan for the kitchen, didn't follow up with my e-mails in response, so some things are just done not how we wanted it.  They were able to redo one of the cabinets and they did have to redo the laminate.  It wan't worth doing anything more as they would have had to tear it all out. We wanted to keep our sink and garbage disposal.  Chris from GRR told us that the sink was damaged and was thrown away.  When I asked about the disposal Chris went silent and followed up with an "I don't know."  The undamaged sink showed up a couple of days later.   The tile guy left a 2 inch gap by the door to the garage.  The threshold needs replaced, so the tile guy didn't tile to it.  GRR had the tile guy show up unannounced at 6 AM to just fill it in with grout.  GRR told us that they could only fix the gap by filling it in with grout or to replace the entire door.  We left the grout but it is already cracked. We down scaled our project initially and Chris adjusted the prices of the items we kept up a little because there was profit "built into the prices."  For example, the cost of doing the cabinets went up from $5,680 to $7,780.  We made the cabinets stained, which added $475 for the stained grade cabinets.  $5680+$475 = $6155.  $7780-$6155 = $1625 in profit for them that they shifted from the other parts of the project we cut.  No problem.  We are paying them for a service. When we got our bill, Chris added $2000 onto the estimate and said it was all costs that were passed onto him from the people that did the work.  He said that the only money they made was the additional $344 that he tacked onto the end of everything he added to the bill.  In other words, there was no profit that was, as he said before, "built into the prices." GRR made it very clear that you pay or get a lien, so you sign your name and you just gotta pay. Dave S
- David S....
FGainesville Restoration & Remodeling Inc
In early April of 2014, my wife came home to find our house 95% flooded because of a broken water line from the refrigerator ice maker.  Panicked, I quickly did some internet research and settled on Gainesville Restoration & Remodeling.  After speaking to Russ Mills, I was initially impressed as he and his team arrived within 30 minutes of my phone call and immediately began the demolition and removal of the waterlogged baseboards, drywall, and flooring.  After removing the standing water and placing dozen of air blowers, dehumidifiers, and air filters, I felt we were in good hands.  Russ calmly told me after the initial drying process everything would be alright and "this will be a quick process" to restore and remodel the home.  Our entire house was packed into our garage and then a generic brand "Pod" that was left in our driveway.  I thought and was told this was standard procedure.  That's when things started to fall off the rails.  Russ and his team seemed overworked and stretched with too many other jobs.  Random subcontractors were frequent visitors to our abandoned home with little or no communication prior and hardly any supervision.  My calls and text messages were infrequently returned.  The drywall repair was completed in a reasonable time and the painters repainted what they could.  The electrician was top notch and the tile setter for our back splash was excellent.  However, everything else took way too long.  The wood flooring took several weeks to arrive and nearly a week to install.  As the weeks turned to months and spring turned to summer, we periodically checked the contents of our "Pod" only to find ants running through our belongings because GRR carelessly packed our entire pantry inside.  Sometimes I would drop by to check on the home after work to find the subcontractors had left doors unlocked or wide open for insects and roaches to traverse freely.  Our replacement kitchen cabinets were installed carelessly which then affected the granite reinstallation.  The fine details were a difficult, laborious task for GRR to complete.  The bottom line regarding this restoration; it took 2 months to move back into the home to where we could live in it again.  It took 5 months for the punch list to finally be completed and the final insurance check to be handed over to GRR.  While this process took way too long and Chris Pickering, the owner of GRR was shockingly unconcerned about receiving either of their payments from me and my insurance company, we did finally end up with a beautiful and improved home.  Or so we thought... Fast forward to late February 2015.  I woke up to find yet another flood in my home, this time originating between a bathroom and closet wall.  I called a different restoration company and when the plumber arrived to find the source of the leak, I was flabbergasted by the cause.  When GRR replaced our baseboards after the first flood, they managed to shoot a finish nail through a copper pipe that supplies the cold water to the aforementioned bathroom sink (the nail was way too long for the location and I was later told that the baseboard should have been glued to the wall in that location).  It took about 9 months for the nail to rust through the pipe, but once it did, our home was ruined once again!  2 major floods in less than a year and yes, our insurance company is threatening to drop us!  In using a different restoration company this time around we have learned about all the shortcuts GRR took in rebuilding our home the first time around.  If we only knew. This is only a fraction of the countless things I could complain about regarding our experience with GRR.  Missed deadlines, broken promises, careless workmanship, and non-existent supervision.  And after the negligence which has caused our 2nd flood, I wish I could give them a F- rating.  Do not touch this contractor with a 10 foot pole.  RUN, don't walk away from this one.
- Charles M....
ALabyrinth Interior
Your ideas and plans will be executed beyond your dream. This company uses quality materials and does excellent careful work.
- Diane M....
AMatt's Maintenance & Remodeling
There was a little delay with the counters; wherever they were having it made, they backed up so it took them extra few days. In about a day and a half they finished everything. In the meantime, while I was waiting for the counters, he had the painters come in and painted the inside of the house. They are pretty much finished now; they have to touch up things. They did a really good job and the price was right; I do not know what the finished price is going to be. ?They quoted about $8300 for the entire kitchen and about $1700 for both bathrooms.? Matt had actually done a small job for me before; he had put in an attic door in the garage.? At that time I did not know I was going to do the kitchen but I got a quote from him anyway.? When I decided to do it, I got a lot of remodelers and they had varied prices.? When Matt did the first job, he was really nice, professional, and knew what he was doing so I got him back.? He has different people to do each thing; like a painter, who was really good, and the guy who does plumbing, and so forth.? Their price was way below everybody else.? I had a problem with the microwave that they installed over the stove so I called him this morning and he is coming out this afternoon to take care of it. ?They were very friendly and knowledgeable.
- Mark H....
AJ&J Remodeling
I have never been so pleased with the work done by these brothers, they were fantastic. This is a small scale brothers operation out of Bell, Florida which is a small town between Gainesville and the Gulf of Mexico. I will highly recommend these 2 for any remodeling project you have.
- W J....