Coleman Metal Stair Installation

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AAlmar Carpentry
Fantastic. Allen and his drywall subcontractor probably made 6 or 7 trips to the house. The job was pretty involved, and Allen put a huge amount of time into it. Stairs look great, and I plan to use him for the next project.
- Jennine M....
ADoug's Handyman Service
It went fine. Doug kept in touch prior to our scheduled date. He was very accommodating and punctual. I feel he did a lot while he was here. He was great about answering my questions. I hope to use his services again.
- Valerie E....
ATri-Pups, Inc
We asked Tri-Pups to make it look like our side entrance was never there.  We wanted the siding on the house to blend in, the new wood flooring that replaced the stairs to match the rest of the wood, the new baseboards to match, etc.  And they did just that!  When we tell people there used to be an entrance there, they have to see the pictures to believe it.  It looks amazing!  We were really impressed by the wood floors - you can't tell the new flooring from the old.   We've used (and continue to use) Tri-Pups for all our home repair/maintenance/upgrade needs.  We were initially referred to them by someone putting gutter guards on our home.  They served with Tri-Pups on the local chamber of commerce.  Tri-Pups first project for us was building a fence in our backyard.  They did a great job, so we just kept hiring them.  So far we've had them build a fence, install ceiling fans, re-grout a shower, install baby locks, fix a toilet, fix an outdoor electrical outlet, add a door lock to a sliding door, build custom baby gates.... They always show up on time, explain what they are doing, do the work and clean up.  They always leave the space they are working in cleaner than what they found it. Everyone on the team is friendly, easy to talk to and we just feel comfortable with them.  Since their team is so small, we know everyone on a first name basis.  It's very comforting knowing you can come and go while they are working in the house and not feel at all worried.  While their competitors may have lower prices, Tri-Pups will not sacrifice quality.  Chris is very detailed (along with Debbie and everyone else) with his work.  If he's putting his name on it, it will be done correctly.  This is one of the many benefits of working with a small business - the owners are only as good as their reputation and Tri-Pups takes their reputation very seriously.   
- Erin V....
AHomeland Building & Remodeling
Per usual, Mr. Stumpo provides an excellent service from his written estimate through reconstruction and cleanup. I have used him since 2002 and have always been delighted with his superior workmanship, fair costs and quiet, humble manner while in my home. I intend to hire him for all my anticipated projects.
- Adam E....
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....
FS&B RENOVATIONS AND REMODELING LLC
We hired Matt for two separate jobs to be done concurrently. Job 1 was interior work and Job 2 was to design and build a new deck. This is for the interior work, job #1. Job #2 is posted as a separate write-up for decks. The start of the job was to have been in April. The job was in 3 parts. Part 1 was removal of existing carpeting and associated floor base trim. New hardwood floor, purchased by us, was to be installed with associated trim. Painting of the rooms was included as an add-on with no additional cost as this was intended to create an efficient flow of work between the interior work and the deck. The scope was 4 bedrooms, a master closet, hallway, and downstairs family room. 100 feet of flooring was to be added to the master bathroom as composite flooring tiles. Part 2 was removal of 7 single doors and 1 double door, and the installation of new doors provided by us. Trim was to be installed as part of the door installation. Part 3 was re-structure of 2 stairways and hardwood installation on both of them. This included demolition and reconstruction of railing and steps including new hardwood installation. Matt would generally arrive at our house after 9AM. He would sit in his truck anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour before getting his saw and other equipment ready. He would prop open our door and leave it open the entire time he was at the house. This was regardless of whether he was taking a “break” in his truck or actively working. Each day our house would be filled with flies and insects. Generally, he would leave around 2:30 in the afternoon. Attendance was inconsistent. After completing a room, we would not see Matt for several days, if not for a week. In some cases, his trailer stayed in our driveway, other times it would be gone. Communication was fairly non-existent as to what days he would be at our house, and what days he would not. Some days he did not arrive until early afternoon. His cleanup was all over the map. He would pick up debris, but his tools were generally left wherever he last used them unless they were tools such as his saw that was outside. He would store that in our garage even though his trailer was parked in our driveway weeks on end. We found tools lying on the floor, closet, window sill, garage. Our garage is still filled with the sawdust that blew into the garage. The quality of the work is very suspect. For the floors, his cuts are inconsistent. The gaps at the walls in some cases are visible. A door jamb has visible cuts, and several pieces of molding have significant gaps between the molding and the top of the wood flooring. The rail for one of the stairways is not angled properly and is pulling off the wall. Holes drilled into the rail are in some cases mistakes and the holes remain visible to the underside of the rail. On the stairs, the hardwood floor gaps vary step by step. Several of the doors swing open or are difficult to close. The double doors are incomplete. Our first floor flooring is not square. We felt very disrespected that Matt would consider the level of quality in our home to be acceptable. There was also a tendency towards damage. Existing walls were marred from his tools. Newly installed flooring was damaged by his tools. We found over a box of good hardwood flooring thrown in the garage. We found paint on existing floors, new floors, window sills, outlets, switches, etc. The proposed price for the scope of the work was very acceptable. However, we did not get any commitment on timing and this project dragged on for 6 months. We were hit with many excuses as to why Matt could not work for days or a week at a time, yet it appears that he was doing work for other clients at this time. Between this project and the deck, over 90% of the costs were paid to Matt in increments over time prior to completion of the job. Shame on us for giving that level of trust. Matt completed the last room in the house at a point when no one was home. We came home to find him and his trailer gone. His ladders were in our driveway. A pile of rubbish was in our driveway. Over a box of good hardwood flooring was piled up in the garage mixed with various wood debris. His tools were left in our family room, our stairway, and our stairway landing. We did not hear from him for 2 weeks despite email and text messages. At this point in time, there was not one room in the house that was fully completed. Every room either had defects or was incomplete. After 2 weeks we suddenly received a text message asking us whether his wife had been to our house to “explain the circumstances”. The response was no. He wanted to come by on a Sunday to explain it to us. At this point we had no desire for anymore drama and requested an immediate explanatory response. We have not heard from his since. We have since had a professional hardwood installer evaluate the work. We are going to need to rip out both stairs as the wood is poorly cut or improperly installed, with gaps on every step. The gaps and visible cuts will also be fixed. We are able to do this because we have over 15 boxes of leftover hardwood flooring, over $4000 in flooring was leftover due to Matt’s incorrect estimation. We are also forced to hire a trim carpenter to replace the railing on the stairs. We do not know the extent of the additional costs we will incur. One of the railings is in 3 separate pieces. All carpenters have negatively commented on the stair rail not being one continuous piece. Below is a brief description of the pictures we have taken, unfortunately, Angie limits you to 10 photos. We tried to upload those that paint the best picture of what was done. The extent of the poor quality is really hard to believe. Pictures 3873 - non-continuous stair rail 3874 - rail pulling off wall 628 – top of front stairway 630 – top of back stairway 631 – damage from back stairway work 635 – wall damage from back stairway work 674 – unfinished railing 4767 – spackling residue left on new floor 675 – unfinished railing and pulling off wall
- Sara H....
FHusband For A Day Inc
Absolutely unprofessional. We hired them to do several jobs and although I work at The Home Depot and have knowledge I have a disability. So I hired them to do the work and expected them to come up with ideas to improve our homes curb appeal. We hired them to do work on a  porch rail, street number sign, deck, garage door, and to correct the original builders mistakes on the front porch and the fascia trim etc. On the inside we hired them to tile the bath, install a tub/shower handle, a light in the closet, a bath fan and stairs. We met with them and discussed the work. As for the street sign porch and staircase we discussed the fact that I didn't want what everyone else had, I could do that myself. I wanted ideas that only years of experience could come up with. I wanted the wow factor and although I do pretty well, I didn't want it to look like I did it so to speak. He assured me he would have some great idea's. He even suggested putting the slate tile above the mopboards. I thought that would have looked great. So we hired them I knew for the most part what materials were needed. We never got a list of materials needed. We called and made a final appointment with Dale the owner to come and finalize things. This was the Sunday before work was to be started. He did not show. On Monday work began, the front rail was done very well, the light in the closet was good, although and opportunity for him to earn more occurred as the new fixture was smaller and the ceiling now needed painted. The bath fan was done well also. We had paid 1000.00 half of the total to get things started. The next time the trim was put on but not stained and no room for the pergo we were putting in we had asked that space be left for the flooring to float under the trim. They put it down to the floor. The tile was not put above the trim either. They had tiled and did not use the tile board we had for them. This could be crucial to the life of the tile. We had also by accident bought the wrong grout, they went to the store and bought a different adhesive although we had bought some. So they bought different adhesive but used the wrong grout. They could have bought the right stuff since they had gone to the store anyway. I again work at Depot and could have brought home whatever was needed. So they grouted wrong and had several spots that had fallen out by the time I got home. They also left grout smeared on the walls, trim, plumbing and so forth absolutely no clean up. The trim had been stained but had not been polyurethane. They came back and took it up and although I put at least 6 coats on they had it done in 3 hours. They then put it at the height we asked them to do in the first place. The garage door had been fixed but that only lasted a month. It does not open. The street sign we asked them to hard wire into the garage above the garage door and decorate with some sort of vinyl trim (they said they would come up with something cool) So we did not have the materials. They simply screwed in place and threw some batteries in it. The cost for that was $149.00 for five minutes of work. Also on the porch gable they just finished the unfinished portion from the builder. Two 6x5 pieces of vinyl trim. The cost of this is around 300.00 this was their idea of curb appeal. When I contacted Dale is simply said "sorry were not up to your standards," I expected we will be back to do it right. The staircase his "idea was the same door trim that everyone uses," So we never got those materials. The back deck we bought restore deck stain and paint. We had two boards that I knew were in need of repair, I thought the experts would tell me they need replaced or they would just screw them down. the painted it with the restore and left them sticking up. They also painted some of our siding. We had started painting the railing white and had that paint. They used the stain that was for in between the boards on the railing. We now have blue railing, and they complain that we didn't have the paint for in between the boards, well not now they used it for the railing. I'm a terrible painter and can get it on the siding myself. I finished the bath and keep finding issues. We thought the plumbing was done right. My son pulled the handle to turn on the shower, and the whole handle moved. they had globs of silicone on it, they did not put any pipe straps or clamps etc, to prevent the plumbing from moving. Also they requested another piece of trim to finish bath, on the side opposite the toilet. behind the toilet they pieced together the trim, figuring it would be hidden and I wouldn't notice. If I had to pick up an 8' piece of trim then it would have done both sides. They also tore the drywall and newly painted wall when they removed the trim. I have contacted them and asked for 225.00 of the 1000.00 we paid. He gave me a story about not having the materials. We had what we knew was needed as for the rest we have it now except for the things he never gave us his great idea's for. It's 200+ dollars and although I cannot afford to loose it. I am able to give and honest account of this companies inconsistent and sloppy work. He has been rude with every communication as he has the money and now can run. I have also finished the lighted street sign and get many compliments on my work. The bottom line is if your hiring this company to do work you don't think you can do yourself, don't because a monkey could do the quality of work they do. Don't expect common courtesy, professionalism, or quality. They will ask for half up front and really don't care if they finish the work. Knowing that you will probably not pursue small claims. He even tells you his lawyers have been informed as if they would be in small claims court. So expect threats from them. I can be reaches at addylars@hotmail.com  if you would like photo's or to see the e-mails as proof of our losses. I have photo's, e-mails and witness's.
- Larry H....

Metal Fabrication & Restoration in Coleman

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Business Description: About Henige's Custom Woodworking (HCW) is a full service woodworking company specializing in fine custom cabinetry and components, custom moldings and details, stair parts and complete staircases. We also offer matching of existing cabinetry and finishes. At HCW we will take your project from initial design through final clean up. We can also supply ready to assemble (RTA) cabinetry finished or unfinished for your assembly and installation or anywhere in between.
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Recent Review: Fantastic. Allen and his drywall subcontractor probably made 6 or 7 trips to the house. The job was pretty involved, and Allen put a huge amount of time into it. Stairs look great, and I plan to use him for the next project.
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Recent Review: It went fine. Doug kept in touch prior to our scheduled date. He was very accommodating and punctual. I feel he did a lot while he was here. He was great about answering my questions. I hope to use his services again.
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Business Description: Fixing life's little problems! When it comes to general handyman or remodeling a kitchen/bath, we are the team for you.
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Recent Review: We asked Tri-Pups to make it look like our side entrance was never there.  We wanted the siding on the house to blend in, the new wood flooring that replaced the stairs to match the rest of the wood, the new baseboards to match, etc.  And they did just that!  When we tell people there used to be an entrance there, they have to see the pictures to believe it.  It looks amazing!  We were really impressed by the wood floors - you can't tell the new flooring from the old.   We've used (and continue to use) Tri-Pups for all our home repair/maintenance/upgrade needs.  We were initially referred to them by someone putting gutter guards on our home.  They served with Tri-Pups on the local chamber of commerce.  Tri-Pups first project for us was building a fence in our backyard.  They did a great job, so we just kept hiring them.  So far we've had them build a fence, install ceiling fans, re-grout a shower, install baby locks, fix a toilet, fix an outdoor electrical outlet, add a door lock to a sliding door, build custom baby gates.... They always show up on time, explain what they are doing, do the work and clean up.  They always leave the space they are working in cleaner than what they found it. Everyone on the team is friendly, easy to talk to and we just feel comfortable with them.  Since their team is so small, we know everyone on a first name basis.  It's very comforting knowing you can come and go while they are working in the house and not feel at all worried.  While their competitors may have lower prices, Tri-Pups will not sacrifice quality.  Chris is very detailed (along with Debbie and everyone else) with his work.  If he's putting his name on it, it will be done correctly.  This is one of the many benefits of working with a small business - the owners are only as good as their reputation and Tri-Pups takes their reputation very seriously.   
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Recent Review: Per usual, Mr. Stumpo provides an excellent service from his written estimate through reconstruction and cleanup. I have used him since 2002 and have always been delighted with his superior workmanship, fair costs and quiet, humble manner while in my home. I intend to hire him for all my anticipated projects.
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Recent Review: The final results were excellent. They were very helpfull and resourcefull, clean and very cooperative. The only objectionable thing was in my opinion their job planning. I was told that the job was going to be a two day job. Unfortunately it took longer due to items needed for the job not being ready on time.
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Business Description: S&B Renovations and Remodeling is a family based business. I started my business to provide quality services that people deserve for a price that is reasonable for everyone. S&B Renovations and Remodeling does not use sub-contractors, because your business, is our BUSINESS! Tired of not being sure if you chose the wrong contractor, call the right one, S&B RENOVATIONS AND REMODELING LLC. 248-343-4263. FREE ESTIMATES. Check out our Facebook page for more info.