Worley Shower Door Repair

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Recent Review: Nathan did an excellent job both in terms of communication and the quality of work that was performed. He was always on time and did what he said he would do. His attention to detail was excellent and I feel sets him apart from a lot of his competition. Over the course of two and a half days he hung 10 doors and installed almost a 1000' of trim as well as installing all of the bathroom hardware, such as shower doors and cabinetry. His demeanor was courteous and professional and I had no problems leaving him at my house while I was working. The only thing that may be a problem for some folks is that he gets busy. I believe that my job was a month out on his schedule to find a block of time large enough to do the job. On the other hand, I was willing to wait to have Nathan do my work.
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Recent Review: My wife and I hired Above All Contracting after having Steven out to our home for an estimate on our master bath. I live in a manufactured home, which has an incredibly large master bath (140 sq ft). Horribly organized with a useless, massive tub and with a toilet located immediately inside the door, which meant that the user of the toilet basically had to occupy all of the 140 sq. ft.  The room had to change. My wife and I basically had a plan of what we wanted to do with the space and how much we wanted to spend. After Steven's attention to detail, his sincerety in answering our questions and his suggestions of what he might tweak or do differently, my wife and I elected to hire Above All Contracting. Living north of Spirit Lake, ID, it was a bit of a drive for Steven and his group and was obviously factored into the bid.  I like how Steven broke out the work into Labor and Materials on his estimate and avoided the Lump Sum terms of a typical contract.  Steven gave me an allowance for materials based on what was needed to do the work, so I knew there would be an immediate improvement on the cost once my wife and I had a chance to pick things out ourselves and adjust budgets accordingly. Steven got started in late January, with the work days being hit and miss.  Steven worked diligently to make sure he could work on as much as possible while he was there.  If he only had a couple hours of work because he was waiting for a vendor or some kind of material, he usually avoided coming to the house and would call me the day prior to his vacancy or let me know prior to leaving for the day. Steven and crew did all of the work on their own except for the drywall and the paint. But both subcontractors he brought in to do this work are high-quality individuals and each one worked very efficiently on his own.  Each was very personable and seemed very trustworthy.  I could tell Steven is a God-fearing man, so he didn't work with any shady characters or have them on his small 4-man crew, which included him and his brother.  The tile work turned out amazing and Steven was able to find a quality floor heating system for a very reasonable price, so now the tile is warm in the mornings and evenings when we walk in.  It is amazing what that small amount of radiant heating has done to the overall warmth in the back bedrooms.  I haven't noticed a change in my electric bill.  And the overall cost of this system was half of what he quoted me. The shower is spectacular.  I have zero complaints and would change nothing. But yes, I do have a couple complaints.  The project took far longer than I expected it to take.  I don't believe Above All is totally to blame for this, even though it is easy to blame the contractor, because his vendors gave him some troubles.  He was able to take care of this without me getting involved, but it did run his schedule out.  His vendor cut the glass shower door too big so it couldn't be opened or closed.  His granite vendor cut one sink hole in opposite of the other, so the entire piece of granite had to be re-cut.  Then the granite vendor used a poor quality glue, or did a poor job placing the glue, because the sinks fell out upon installation on my vanity.  And even though the vendor had the granite in stock, they didn't have the backsplash.  So the two weeks of waiting for the shower door was the time we were waiting for the backsplash.  There are some things that I wish Above All would have explained a little better before I ordered materials, like the paint and the tile.  We were asked to match the colors we picked out at Lowes with the colors available from Rodda.  Rodda paint is definitely the paint to use for sure, but we selected an acrylic paint rather than a water-based paint without knowing.  An additional application was needed with the acrylic, which we didn't know until it was being shot on the walls.  Above All asked for help in paying for the additional trip and the time to shoot the final coat.  My biggest complaint lies with Home Depot and Lowes.  Their selection of tile in the stores is terrible.  It is amazing what you can find online though.  But buyer beware.  The colors on the web page are not always representative of what you get.  And everything has to be shipped and store pick-up was not possible at Home Depot because of how new their system is.  The tile arrived in a week, but several boxes had to be returned because of extremely poor packing.  The 12x12 tile came fine, but the 6x6 tile was heavily chipped, and in some cases, the whole box could have been dumped out as road gravel.  I applaud Above All for being able to play Tetris with what we had left to turn what I thought was going to be a train-wreck of a floor into something spectacular.  Home Depot took everything back without issue, but I still had to spend my time in getting it all there and explaining the problem.  Steven and group waited on me in a couple cases and I waited on them in a couple situations.  But all and all, they did what they could to make certain portions of the bathroom as functional as possible as soon as was possible. These guys definitely know what they are talking about and have been "around the block" many times.  They kept me out of several pitfalls where another contractor may not have until the work was complete and a change order of some kind was needed. My wife and I are extremely happy with the bathroom and are looking forward to the resale value associated with the work they did.  I plan to bring Steven and group back this summer to tackle my kitchen.
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Recent Review: It was a joy to work with Darren and Alex from Hands for Hire.  They were recommended by the head of our PUD Association and several other residents.   When we get ready to finish the basement this fall, we will retain the services of Hands for Hire again.   There were no delays in completion of the work and we are very satisfied.

Reviews in Worley to Repair Shower Door

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Nathan did an excellent job both in terms of communication and the quality of work that was performed. He was always on time and did what he said he would do. His attention to detail was excellent and I feel sets him apart from a lot of his competition. Over the course of two and a half days he hung 10 doors and installed almost a 1000' of trim as well as installing all of the bathroom hardware, such as shower doors and cabinetry. His demeanor was courteous and professional and I had no problems leaving him at my house while I was working. The only thing that may be a problem for some folks is that he gets busy. I believe that my job was a month out on his schedule to find a block of time large enough to do the job. On the other hand, I was willing to wait to have Nathan do my work.
- Kirt R....
AAbove All Contracting
My wife and I hired Above All Contracting after having Steven out to our home for an estimate on our master bath. I live in a manufactured home, which has an incredibly large master bath (140 sq ft). Horribly organized with a useless, massive tub and with a toilet located immediately inside the door, which meant that the user of the toilet basically had to occupy all of the 140 sq. ft.  The room had to change. My wife and I basically had a plan of what we wanted to do with the space and how much we wanted to spend. After Steven's attention to detail, his sincerety in answering our questions and his suggestions of what he might tweak or do differently, my wife and I elected to hire Above All Contracting. Living north of Spirit Lake, ID, it was a bit of a drive for Steven and his group and was obviously factored into the bid.  I like how Steven broke out the work into Labor and Materials on his estimate and avoided the Lump Sum terms of a typical contract.  Steven gave me an allowance for materials based on what was needed to do the work, so I knew there would be an immediate improvement on the cost once my wife and I had a chance to pick things out ourselves and adjust budgets accordingly. Steven got started in late January, with the work days being hit and miss.  Steven worked diligently to make sure he could work on as much as possible while he was there.  If he only had a couple hours of work because he was waiting for a vendor or some kind of material, he usually avoided coming to the house and would call me the day prior to his vacancy or let me know prior to leaving for the day. Steven and crew did all of the work on their own except for the drywall and the paint. But both subcontractors he brought in to do this work are high-quality individuals and each one worked very efficiently on his own.  Each was very personable and seemed very trustworthy.  I could tell Steven is a God-fearing man, so he didn't work with any shady characters or have them on his small 4-man crew, which included him and his brother.  The tile work turned out amazing and Steven was able to find a quality floor heating system for a very reasonable price, so now the tile is warm in the mornings and evenings when we walk in.  It is amazing what that small amount of radiant heating has done to the overall warmth in the back bedrooms.  I haven't noticed a change in my electric bill.  And the overall cost of this system was half of what he quoted me. The shower is spectacular.  I have zero complaints and would change nothing. But yes, I do have a couple complaints.  The project took far longer than I expected it to take.  I don't believe Above All is totally to blame for this, even though it is easy to blame the contractor, because his vendors gave him some troubles.  He was able to take care of this without me getting involved, but it did run his schedule out.  His vendor cut the glass shower door too big so it couldn't be opened or closed.  His granite vendor cut one sink hole in opposite of the other, so the entire piece of granite had to be re-cut.  Then the granite vendor used a poor quality glue, or did a poor job placing the glue, because the sinks fell out upon installation on my vanity.  And even though the vendor had the granite in stock, they didn't have the backsplash.  So the two weeks of waiting for the shower door was the time we were waiting for the backsplash.  There are some things that I wish Above All would have explained a little better before I ordered materials, like the paint and the tile.  We were asked to match the colors we picked out at Lowes with the colors available from Rodda.  Rodda paint is definitely the paint to use for sure, but we selected an acrylic paint rather than a water-based paint without knowing.  An additional application was needed with the acrylic, which we didn't know until it was being shot on the walls.  Above All asked for help in paying for the additional trip and the time to shoot the final coat.  My biggest complaint lies with Home Depot and Lowes.  Their selection of tile in the stores is terrible.  It is amazing what you can find online though.  But buyer beware.  The colors on the web page are not always representative of what you get.  And everything has to be shipped and store pick-up was not possible at Home Depot because of how new their system is.  The tile arrived in a week, but several boxes had to be returned because of extremely poor packing.  The 12x12 tile came fine, but the 6x6 tile was heavily chipped, and in some cases, the whole box could have been dumped out as road gravel.  I applaud Above All for being able to play Tetris with what we had left to turn what I thought was going to be a train-wreck of a floor into something spectacular.  Home Depot took everything back without issue, but I still had to spend my time in getting it all there and explaining the problem.  Steven and group waited on me in a couple cases and I waited on them in a couple situations.  But all and all, they did what they could to make certain portions of the bathroom as functional as possible as soon as was possible. These guys definitely know what they are talking about and have been "around the block" many times.  They kept me out of several pitfalls where another contractor may not have until the work was complete and a change order of some kind was needed. My wife and I are extremely happy with the bathroom and are looking forward to the resale value associated with the work they did.  I plan to bring Steven and group back this summer to tackle my kitchen.
- Brandon J....
AHands For Hire Contractors Services LLC
It was a joy to work with Darren and Alex from Hands for Hire.  They were recommended by the head of our PUD Association and several other residents.   When we get ready to finish the basement this fall, we will retain the services of Hands for Hire again.   There were no delays in completion of the work and we are very satisfied.
- Lawrence E....
AAbove All Contracting
Steven and his crew are a family run business and they are very talented at what they do.  Their quality of work is amazing.  They want their customers to be pleased and happy with the results.   The first bathroom needed so much repair.  There had been previous water damage from when the previous owners who owned our home to the drywall and in the shower stall.  The bathroom was completely gutted out prior to the start of Steven's crew coming in & new blue board was hung.  Steven's crew replaced the damaged studs in the shower.  The old pan was removed which was fiberglass and replaced with a dry-pack liner, drain, & curb and then tile which looked so much better and gave a solid base to stand on.  The previous shower door never shut properly and the new door had nice features such as opening in or out ,  Easy Clean on the inside of the glass, and a strong handle for gripping. The new valve was a nice addition with one pull handle & a shower head that had several choices on water spray.  I found I needed one with a better turn radius for both short and tall people.  We went with all Moen products in the shower area.  The bathroom is small so a pedestal sink made a more spacious look.  I had two different sinks delivered to the house and Steven's recommendation of a larger one was a good choice looking back.  The bowl is wide, deep, and lots of space around the top to set things on.   I found that not all "white" is the same.  The sink looked so white (Kohler) next to the round toilet (made by American Standard) which was more creamy white but I have gotten used to it.  Tile was added around the sink for the backsplash which matched the shower tile.  A custom mirror was installed above the sink.  A vanity light was hung to replace an old light fixture from the 70's.   A laundry box was installed which looked much better then the hole in the wall that was originally there.  A fan with a light replaced an old light fixture.  A timer was added which is handy to set for 10 minutes to remove the moisture.   Steven recommended a track light and it was such a great addition to adding more light to the shower stall.   The tile used for the shower was returnable once the job was done which was nice also.  The painting turned out beautiful.   The second bathroom had small 6 inch white squares of tiles in the shower and above the old vanity.  The addition of 12 x 12 tiles updates the look in the shower and the vanity top came with a backsplash.  The shower valves were replaced with a single handle faucet and the shower head has several spray choices.   It was nice to update all the fixtures in the shower area to the spot resistant brushed nickel tones.  I was able to find a brushed nickel recessed wall toilet paper holder which Steven installed too.  An elongated toilet was installed.  It feels taller and is a couple inches longer.  I ordered a 60 inch vanity that came with a marble type top.  Steven and his crew adjusted the plumbing for double sinks and installed the vanity.  Since the vanity came with chrome handles I went with chrome single handled faucets.  Custom mirrors were hung above both sinks.  It would have been nice if wood framed mirrors were available with this vanity but I ended up going custom brushed nickel framed.  It looks more updated then just a large piece of glass like what was originally there.  The paint turned out so nice compared to the wallpaper that was coming off the wall.  All the brushed nickel towel rods, curtain rod, and shower curtain rods made great additions compared to the old chrome previously there.  I did have to go with a longer shower curtain since the rod was higher and I found a no hook curtain that has a snap inside liner that can be removed to wash.  The vanity light was also a beautiful light above the vanity compared to the old gold 70's style.  A fan was also added to this bathroom with a timer which will help tremendously with moisture.   9. Steven and his crew were great to work with.  They would remove their shoes when they entered.  They kept the area clean while they worked and they always open to questions which helped me a lot thru this process.  I will be calling his crew to do more work in the future.
- Linda P....