Byron Bathroom Vanity Installation

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AHusband For A Day Inc
Impressed with their quality of service as well as their promptness. Doug did a great job and kept me updated on any problems or savings ideas.
- Mark F....
AJust Professional Plumbing
Mike install new bathroom vanity. Workmanship was top notch, Arrived on time and completed job in a very timely manner. Very personal and answered all of our question. Inquired about another plumbing issue at our home-to remove slop sink in laundry room and re-route washer water to main house line. Mike gave us price and he returned to do this job the following week.
- Scott S....
AHusband For A Day Inc
Dale and Jim did an excellent job on every item that was done at my house.  The finished bathroom looks fantastic, as well as all of the other areas in my home that they worked in.  They are very professional and keep a clean work site.  I appreciate their attention to being in my home and keeping drop cloths down in the areas that they are working in and walking through.  I have a list of other items that I need to get done at my house.  I will definitely call these guys again to work in my home, and will recommend them to my family, friends and coworkers.  I work for a company that is very sensitive to customer satisfaction, so I expect the same from anyone I hire for myself.  I am definitely a satisfied customer.
- Cherie P....
ADinse Contracting LLC
My journey with Dinse Contracting, LLC over the last several months Bega with Angie’s List. In 2016, I purchased an 1800 square foot, 1977 frame ranch-style house which I wanted to remodel. To find a contractor, I went to Angie’s List, and after reading 50+ positive reviews of his company, I decided to contact Brian, and so it began. As the owner of his company, Brian sets a tone of high expectations and teamwork among his crew members. All of them take a great deal of pride io their work. They help each other and step I whenever something needs to be done. Each one ( Seth 1, Zack, Mark, Josh, David and sometimes Robert, Todd ad Seth 2) is professional, punctual, polite, willing to answer questions and explain his work. Brian has several positive qualities of leadership. One is his awareness of the negative reputation that many people in the building trades have concerning communication with their clients. He fights that stereotype by being excellent at asking questions, keeping me informed about options and offering his opinions, both pro and con. A second is his protectiveness of his clients. Mediocre work or shoddy products are unacceptable to him. He makes it right if that is within his power. A third quality is creativity. Using bullnose tile to surround a bathroom window, making difficult chamfer (sp?) cuts in marble to add safety and visual interest, and designing a subtle and elegant pattern on the hearth using the sunroom tile are a few examples of creative thinking. The master bath is a fairly small and unusually-shaped space which Brian agonized over, working to find an aesthetically pleasing and functional design. These among other qualities show that Brian takes his work very seriously. Essentially, Dinse Contracting, LLC rebuilt almost the entire interior of my house. To do that, they employed all of the categories of work listed below. 1. Mark, Josh and sometimes Todd painted the entire interior plus exterior doors and the exterior of the bathroom window. Their work was flawless. 2. Brian and Seth 1 installed Windsor One baseboard throughout the house, ad Seth 1 created a lovely arrangement of shelves in an open space above a stairwell. 3. They added 1/4” drywall over dated paneling in a large portion of the house, and 1/4” drywall on ceilings throughout the house (goodbye, “popcorn” ceilings.) 4. Exterior painting already mentioned. 5. All of the items on this list are part of the remodeling. 6. Framing was a significant part of the work in both bathrooms, making them more modern and more efficient, installing a tub, toilets, plumbing fixtures. 7. The improved the electrical service, including several GFIs, bringing it up to code, and installing high tech, energy-saving switches for lights and fans. 8. These handymen helped out, whether finding the right hardwood floor clear or moving heavy items or fixing my broken tail light. 9. After I chose the lighting fixtures, Brian, David and Zack installed them all. A dining room chandelier was problematic because it needed “above the ceiling” support in a difficult place. They solved the problem. 10. Mentioned already. 11. Measuring for and installing vanities, mirrors, sconces, cabinets, indirect lighting. 12. Mentioned already. 13. After first installing a subfloor, Zack ad Brian began installing the first batch of oak flooring that I bought. They were alarmed at the poor quality of the product. They showed me, explained the problems it posed, I asked questions, and, in the end, they boxed it up and returned it to the store. Brian immediately investigated flooring stores and knowledgeable friends, and found an excellent flooring source. 14. Yes, they removed wallpaper from some high walls. 15. They installed closet doors, room doors, and exterior doors. All fit well. 16. A large sunroom and two bathrooms have tile floors—porcelain, ceramic and marble, respectively. To accommodate so much tile cutting, Seth 12 built a “room within a room” of plastic sheeting and 2x4s to house the tile saw, saving both time and money. He precisely cut, placed and grouted the tile. I believe that this is very difficult work which he did admirably. (The master bath came to be known at the “Taj Mahal.”) 17. They got rid of some nasty insulation above the bathrooms. 18. They installed all new plumbing fixtures in the baths and kitchen. 19. A subcontractor of Brian’s added duct work—one cold air and one heat register. 20. Mentioned already. 21. Included in #11. Also, Brian changed the glass in the bathroom window from clear to obscure. 22. Air duct cleaning was done early in the process and at the end of the process. (Brian hates dust!) 23. The last major project in this house was the built-i cabinets on one large wall of a large room. It is custom finish cabinetry at its finest. I was looking forward to nice book shelves; these cabinets are works of art thanks to Zack and Brian, with Mark, Josh and Todd painting. Two smaller bits of beautiful finish cabinet work are a custom oak handrail with a sweep, and a custom oak library ladder.
- Nancy P....

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Recent Review: Impressed with their quality of service as well as their promptness. Doug did a great job and kept me updated on any problems or savings ideas.
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Recent Review: Mike install new bathroom vanity. Workmanship was top notch, Arrived on time and completed job in a very timely manner. Very personal and answered all of our question. Inquired about another plumbing issue at our home-to remove slop sink in laundry room and re-route washer water to main house line. Mike gave us price and he returned to do this job the following week.
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Recent Review: Brian helped me figure out what I wanted the finished product to look like, presenting a lot of design ideas that I hadn't considered, and then saw the project through from demolition to finish. The demolition phase was extensive - several walls were removed. The house is old (1878) so everything found under the surface was not always as expected (the joists under the subfloor weren't level with each other, for example) - some situations called for extensive remediation, which Brian's crew met with no issues. HVAC ducts had to be moved. The arrangement of the bathroom was completely different than what had been there previously, so plumbing had to be rearranged. The bathroom work included framing, insulation, ceiling can lights and exhaust fan ducted to the exterior of the house, drywall, plumbing, trim, painting, and a lot of tile work, including the floor, a jacuzzi tub enclosure, and a full tile shower. The workmanship in general is great. I am very impressed with the tile work. The kitchen work included removing a wall between the kitchen and pantry, and replacing the wall between the kitchen and dining room with a more open setup, including an arched doorway to match other architectural features in the house, and an open breakfast bar. The arrangement of appliances was updated to a more modern layout. A tile floor was installed here as well. I chose and purchased cabinets and Brian and his crew installed them. Also included was ceiling can lights, range hood vented to the opposite exterior wall, plumbing, insulation, drywall, trim, and painting. Additional small projects included in the cost here - the bottom half of the attic stairway adjacent to the bathroom had always been absent, Brian built a replacement. One of the historic garage doors was about a quarter missing, Brian extrapolated and reconstructed it to match the existing door. The only thing not included in the cost is the kitchen cabinets themselves (installation of the cabinets is included), counters, and appliances (with the exception of the stainless steel range hood, which is included), which I am purchasing separately. Designer double bathroom vanity was included.