Lawrenceburg Master Bedroom Remodel

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Recent Review: They were very respectful of my time, my belonging, and my pets. They were professional and confident; price included everything including good paint. I was so impressed I had them go ahead and paint my master bedroom, which they did within one day. It too looks fabulous. Next on the to-do list is a new back deck, and Nelson Remodeling is who I'm going to call!
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Recent Review: They were very knowledgeable and professional.? Their work was outstanding and they cleaned up very well after they were finished.? I plan on using them for other projects around my house.
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Recent Review: They did a great job.  Were very meticulous in their work & cleaned up afterwards very well.  They even redid grout around jacuzzi tub that they had already done because they didn't think it was the right color without me saying anything. Only problem we had was they touched up a bathroom that another painter had done poorly, and for some reason the paint did not match necessitating repainting the entire bathroom which raised the price. For the most part they came when they said they would although original estimate of time to do was 7-10 business days.  It actually took 4 weeks total because of other commitments they had. Price was a bit higher than other estimates, but worth it in the long run since the quality of work was so much better than any we have used in the past. Will most definitely use them again and would highly recommend them to others.
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Recent Review: Randy did a very good job and I actually used him for additional jobs that I had not initially intended to do once I saw the quality of his work.  He provided a detailed written estimate of the work.  He also worked closely with me in selecting paint from numerous samples.  He painted our kitchen, family room, master bedroom (which included two colors, removing an old border and a tray ceiling) and the master bath.  He also removed wallpaper and painted two additional bathrooms.  He cleaned and provided touch up on our kitchen cabinets which were pickled wood so he had to actually mix a paint that would work.  We had some wood damage on the front entrance to our home.  He connected me with a carpenter who did a great job in replacing the wood and repairing the damage and then Randy painted the entrance.  Randy was very neat during the entire job and never left a mess.  I worked out of my home at the time and he worked so quietly that I rarely ever heard him. We were very pleased with his work and would definitely use him again.
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Recent Review: This is the second time we've used Tom. He is always punctual, and professional which means so much. His work is quality work. He and his helper do not make any excessive noise. They just stick to the job and get it done. All of the work was done in one day. It seemed a little pricey, but probably only because they got it done so quickly. They could have stretched it out to make me think it was worth that amount, but they didn't. We have asked him back to do more work.
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Recent Review: I had a very satisfactory experience with Willams Construction.  Mr. Williams explained everything he intended to do for each job.  He was prompt, efficient and meticulous.  His work was that of an expert craftsman.
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Recent Review: After moving into our home there were a lot of small jobs that needed to be done. I had a very long list of items to be completed, and placed them in order of importance to complete as many as possible before time ran out. Charlie was able to complete all of them! Had 48 drawers and cabinets to have pulls and knobs put on. He made quick work of measuring, drilling, and installing. Even though mounting hardware came with 2 different sizes, neither worked. He was having to cut the screw/bolt to be the right measurement, before deciding time wasn't being spent wisely, so I bought some that were the right size...much quicker! Several of my cabinet doors weren't level with each other. As Charlie was installing the knobs, he took it upon himself to adjust them to be level. I very much appreciated it, because the unevenness had bothered me. As well as reverse 2 of the cabinet doors so they'd open the direction I wanted. He placed, drilled, installed child safety latches in 37 drawer & cabinets. Installed curtain roads with center supports, installing anchors where needed. He pleasantly allowed me to check curtain heights and widths to make sure it was exactly where I wanted them. Master bedroom curtain rod was very wide, and the center support was the wrong depth. He came up with an idea to swap the bracket with one of the others to make it work! My bathroom door, while locked, could be pulled open. He came up with a way to fix that! Replaced the lighted doorbell. The sliding glass door safety lock didn't line up properly for me to use it. He fixed that in about 1 minute.  Replaced the kitchen faucet. The new one didn't require the plate that covers the extra holes. Once removing the faceplate, it had buildup from the old one being 10 years old. He cleaned it up so that once the new faucet was installed, you couldn't tell it use to have a plate around the old faucet. Charlie's work was fantastic. He's very personable, yet it doesn't interfere with his ability to work accurately or quickly. He cleaned up as he went along. As a housewife having to manage repairs, I felt taken care of and respected. His quality of work was first rate!
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Recent Review: Remodeling went GREAT.   Martin Saunders and his crew are meticulous and careful workman. One of the best parts of dealing with All-Pro of Kentucky is the bid presented, it is detailed with specific data & the cost per item.  You are not obliged (and this is a ?biggie?) to use only specific merchants for ?stuff?.  You can select any business for fixtures, floor tile, lights & so on.
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Recent Review: Upon first meeting Jimmy, he was very professional and courteous. He had a good sense of humor and explained everything they would do in layperson's language so we would understand (or so we thought) what would happen throughout the process of demolishing our kitchen and refinishing our hardwood floors. Probably the most daunting of the entire process was the contract he has for all of his construction projects. He minimized its importance in terms of how "serious" it appears on a surface level when we first met with him, but we had to sign on the dotted line and put down 30% (without his team even stepping in the door) before the project commenced. Jimmy went through the bulleted items point by point, and even told us that a "cleaning crew" would come through at the end and make it seem like new--like they had never been there. Definitely appealing and sounded reassuring as we knew the project would create quite the mess! What we didn't know, however, was the deception hidden in-between these bullet points. Starting from Day 1, we were off to a bad start. In the contract it was stated that the appliances and cabinets would be "removed" from the site (exact words). We made it clear we wanted the cabinets in the garage to be salvaged, and hindsight being 20/20, should have explicitly told them we wanted our range (the only appliance left in the kitchen as we had sold the rest) left in the garage as well. It was a 1950s Vintage Magic Chef Oven in pristine condition. We were working downstairs in the basement when the crew began to demolish the kitchen. We heard some laughs and "yee haws" as they began to tear out the kitchen, but little did we know our stove was the brunt of their fun. After they left for the day (which was an hour after they arrived), we found our stove destroyed. When we approached Jimmy about this, he said he couldn't be held responsible for it. Think of an incredibly well conditioned 36" gas range that was smashed in because the "Element" team didn't take the time to ask us (remember we were 20 feet away) if we wanted to keep it. From that point on, it was downhill. The following points illustrate our incredible frustration with this business: *We were given an estimate of $8/sf for the installation of hardwood flooring, but it came out to be more than $10/sf because of "patches" that were apparently not taken into consideration when Jimmy first provided the estimate.*A large 4 inch gash was found on the wall of the stairway with a huge penciled circle, meaning that one of his team members must have gotten one of the tools a bit too close to the wall when refinishing the stairs. Instead of acknowledging the damage, Jimmy questioned US and said he couldn't be sure that OUR MEN didn't do it. First of all, the only "men" we had doing any kind of work was a plumber, who took his pen and paper around the house to do an estimate for us. Just like the stove, instead of accepting responsibility for the damage being done under his watch, he tried to shift the blame. He insisted we pay the full amount (although even in his contract, we were to only pay the full amount when the project was completely finished) before he had "his men" come to repair the gash in the wall. A simple "I am so sorry that happened, let me fix that for you" would have sufficed. Now given that we had to pay the full amount, we have to trust that he will do the right thing and repair the damage that one of his men created. *When the hardwood crew was running behind (they were supposed to be done a day prior to their actually finishing) and we had booked our plumber and electrician, Jimmy refused to have his hardwood crew come in after all of the messy work of the plumber and electrician was complete. He pointed to line 5 of page 3 on our contract: "The project has a beginning date and shall flow unfettered to its completion." This certainly didn't account for their delay in running behind schedule, and is there to simply protect them and not work in the best interest of the client. Thus, we had to get our hardwood floors completed before the plumber and electrician came in, meaning everyone had to tippy-toe around and put down extra materials simply because Jimmy did not want the hassle of having his guys come in at a different time (although it was their error in running behind schedule to begin with).*The "Cleaning Crew"? Well, if it wasn't detailed in the contract, it wasn't part of the price we paid. That's right. So even though Jimmy went out of his way to talk about how great it will be after the Cleaning Crew comes through as it will look like new (again, deceptive), we were signing to a price that did not include this. We found this out of course after the fact. Jimmy's response? "Your budget didn't allow for it." No responsibility for his business-oriented approach that simply looks after his bottom dollar. It's been a stressful experience to say the least. Please take heed and be wary before signing on Element LLC's dotted line.

Reviews in Lawrenceburg to Remodel Master Bedroom

AAnderson & Rodgers Construction
They were very respectful of my time, my belonging, and my pets. They were professional and confident; price included everything including good paint. I was so impressed I had them go ahead and paint my master bedroom, which they did within one day. It too looks fabulous. Next on the to-do list is a new back deck, and Nelson Remodeling is who I'm going to call!
- Marguerite F....
APolis Handyman Services LLC
They were very knowledgeable and professional.? Their work was outstanding and they cleaned up very well after they were finished.? I plan on using them for other projects around my house.
- David D....
AHandiWorks
When I first left a message with Handiworks regarding providing an estimate for work at my home, they returned my call later the same day. They showed up on the day and time we scheduled, and provided an estimate within a few days. They were always easy to get in touch with either by phone or email. I made a few changes in what I wanted done at my house, and they quickly amended the estimate for any changes I asked for. They installed flooring in my living/dining room, bathroom and master bedroom. The Dunn's are detailed in their work and take great care to do the job right and clean up afterwards. They even remembered my dog's name ! She loved them ! Any work I have done in the future will be done by Handiworks. To top it all off, THEY noticed one item on their estimate was not needed, and DEDUCTED it from the cost. I would not have even realized the item would need to be deducted, and I deal with home repairs and contractor estimates regularly for my job. I can't say enough about how great the experience was.
- Tracy C....
ACustom Renovations
Randy did a very good job and I actually used him for additional jobs that I had not initially intended to do once I saw the quality of his work.  He provided a detailed written estimate of the work.  He also worked closely with me in selecting paint from numerous samples.  He painted our kitchen, family room, master bedroom (which included two colors, removing an old border and a tray ceiling) and the master bath.  He also removed wallpaper and painted two additional bathrooms.  He cleaned and provided touch up on our kitchen cabinets which were pickled wood so he had to actually mix a paint that would work.  We had some wood damage on the front entrance to our home.  He connected me with a carpenter who did a great job in replacing the wood and repairing the damage and then Randy painted the entrance.  Randy was very neat during the entire job and never left a mess.  I worked out of my home at the time and he worked so quietly that I rarely ever heard him. We were very pleased with his work and would definitely use him again.
- Margaret A....
AFixItAll Home Repair & Maintenance
This is the second time we've used Tom. He is always punctual, and professional which means so much. His work is quality work. He and his helper do not make any excessive noise. They just stick to the job and get it done. All of the work was done in one day. It seemed a little pricey, but probably only because they got it done so quickly. They could have stretched it out to make me think it was worth that amount, but they didn't. We have asked him back to do more work.
- Carol C....
AWilliams Construction
I had a very satisfactory experience with Willams Construction.  Mr. Williams explained everything he intended to do for each job.  He was prompt, efficient and meticulous.  His work was that of an expert craftsman.
- Ann S....
ACGW Properties LLC
After moving into our home there were a lot of small jobs that needed to be done. I had a very long list of items to be completed, and placed them in order of importance to complete as many as possible before time ran out. Charlie was able to complete all of them! Had 48 drawers and cabinets to have pulls and knobs put on. He made quick work of measuring, drilling, and installing. Even though mounting hardware came with 2 different sizes, neither worked. He was having to cut the screw/bolt to be the right measurement, before deciding time wasn't being spent wisely, so I bought some that were the right size...much quicker! Several of my cabinet doors weren't level with each other. As Charlie was installing the knobs, he took it upon himself to adjust them to be level. I very much appreciated it, because the unevenness had bothered me. As well as reverse 2 of the cabinet doors so they'd open the direction I wanted. He placed, drilled, installed child safety latches in 37 drawer & cabinets. Installed curtain roads with center supports, installing anchors where needed. He pleasantly allowed me to check curtain heights and widths to make sure it was exactly where I wanted them. Master bedroom curtain rod was very wide, and the center support was the wrong depth. He came up with an idea to swap the bracket with one of the others to make it work! My bathroom door, while locked, could be pulled open. He came up with a way to fix that! Replaced the lighted doorbell. The sliding glass door safety lock didn't line up properly for me to use it. He fixed that in about 1 minute.  Replaced the kitchen faucet. The new one didn't require the plate that covers the extra holes. Once removing the faceplate, it had buildup from the old one being 10 years old. He cleaned it up so that once the new faucet was installed, you couldn't tell it use to have a plate around the old faucet. Charlie's work was fantastic. He's very personable, yet it doesn't interfere with his ability to work accurately or quickly. He cleaned up as he went along. As a housewife having to manage repairs, I felt taken care of and respected. His quality of work was first rate!
- Rebecca D....
AAll-Pro of Kentucky
Remodeling went GREAT.   Martin Saunders and his crew are meticulous and careful workman. One of the best parts of dealing with All-Pro of Kentucky is the bid presented, it is detailed with specific data & the cost per item.  You are not obliged (and this is a ?biggie?) to use only specific merchants for ?stuff?.  You can select any business for fixtures, floor tile, lights & so on.
- Anne B....
FElement LLC
Upon first meeting Jimmy, he was very professional and courteous. He had a good sense of humor and explained everything they would do in layperson's language so we would understand (or so we thought) what would happen throughout the process of demolishing our kitchen and refinishing our hardwood floors. Probably the most daunting of the entire process was the contract he has for all of his construction projects. He minimized its importance in terms of how "serious" it appears on a surface level when we first met with him, but we had to sign on the dotted line and put down 30% (without his team even stepping in the door) before the project commenced. Jimmy went through the bulleted items point by point, and even told us that a "cleaning crew" would come through at the end and make it seem like new--like they had never been there. Definitely appealing and sounded reassuring as we knew the project would create quite the mess! What we didn't know, however, was the deception hidden in-between these bullet points. Starting from Day 1, we were off to a bad start. In the contract it was stated that the appliances and cabinets would be "removed" from the site (exact words). We made it clear we wanted the cabinets in the garage to be salvaged, and hindsight being 20/20, should have explicitly told them we wanted our range (the only appliance left in the kitchen as we had sold the rest) left in the garage as well. It was a 1950s Vintage Magic Chef Oven in pristine condition. We were working downstairs in the basement when the crew began to demolish the kitchen. We heard some laughs and "yee haws" as they began to tear out the kitchen, but little did we know our stove was the brunt of their fun. After they left for the day (which was an hour after they arrived), we found our stove destroyed. When we approached Jimmy about this, he said he couldn't be held responsible for it. Think of an incredibly well conditioned 36" gas range that was smashed in because the "Element" team didn't take the time to ask us (remember we were 20 feet away) if we wanted to keep it. From that point on, it was downhill. The following points illustrate our incredible frustration with this business: *We were given an estimate of $8/sf for the installation of hardwood flooring, but it came out to be more than $10/sf because of "patches" that were apparently not taken into consideration when Jimmy first provided the estimate.*A large 4 inch gash was found on the wall of the stairway with a huge penciled circle, meaning that one of his team members must have gotten one of the tools a bit too close to the wall when refinishing the stairs. Instead of acknowledging the damage, Jimmy questioned US and said he couldn't be sure that OUR MEN didn't do it. First of all, the only "men" we had doing any kind of work was a plumber, who took his pen and paper around the house to do an estimate for us. Just like the stove, instead of accepting responsibility for the damage being done under his watch, he tried to shift the blame. He insisted we pay the full amount (although even in his contract, we were to only pay the full amount when the project was completely finished) before he had "his men" come to repair the gash in the wall. A simple "I am so sorry that happened, let me fix that for you" would have sufficed. Now given that we had to pay the full amount, we have to trust that he will do the right thing and repair the damage that one of his men created. *When the hardwood crew was running behind (they were supposed to be done a day prior to their actually finishing) and we had booked our plumber and electrician, Jimmy refused to have his hardwood crew come in after all of the messy work of the plumber and electrician was complete. He pointed to line 5 of page 3 on our contract: "The project has a beginning date and shall flow unfettered to its completion." This certainly didn't account for their delay in running behind schedule, and is there to simply protect them and not work in the best interest of the client. Thus, we had to get our hardwood floors completed before the plumber and electrician came in, meaning everyone had to tippy-toe around and put down extra materials simply because Jimmy did not want the hassle of having his guys come in at a different time (although it was their error in running behind schedule to begin with).*The "Cleaning Crew"? Well, if it wasn't detailed in the contract, it wasn't part of the price we paid. That's right. So even though Jimmy went out of his way to talk about how great it will be after the Cleaning Crew comes through as it will look like new (again, deceptive), we were signing to a price that did not include this. We found this out of course after the fact. Jimmy's response? "Your budget didn't allow for it." No responsibility for his business-oriented approach that simply looks after his bottom dollar. It's been a stressful experience to say the least. Please take heed and be wary before signing on Element LLC's dotted line.
- Alicia F....