Negaunee Master Bathroom Remodel

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Recent Review: We are thrilled with the work that was done ,got kitchen cabinet restoration and painting ; our basement needed new subfloor and vinyl installation. Savu LLC did a great work this past summer, always on schedule and kept the place very clean, one of the most reliable contractor I've ever hired. Looking forward for my master bathroom renovation next month!
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Recent Review: The bathroom turned out more beautiful than I envisioned. Sergio and Joaquin did excellent work and were very prompt each day. They were respectful and friendly. Sergio was incredibly strong and driven! There were some mistakes, as always, but they were fixed to our satisfaction. We would definitely recommend Home Front, and will hire them in the future.
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Recent Review: *PERFECT* materials arrived in a timely fashion very impressed with quality of materials and the professionalism of the employees!
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Recent Review: I love everything that was done. I really like the Tile Flooring he put down in my entrance way and around my fireplace.
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Recent Review: I found Catlin Construction on Angie's List last spring when I was looking for someone to do the drywall work on a remodel project I was working on.  I received an estimate from the owner, Jason Catlin and compared it with two other estimates I had received and they were all in the same ballpark.  I felt most comfortable with Jason so I decided to give him the work.  I was so pleased with the job he did on the drywall that I asked him to quote my next two projects, which were interior painting and a bathroom remodel.  The job he did on the bathroom was incredible.  I have received many compliments on the new bathroom from everyone who has seen it.  Plus, since my design was something a little more contemporary I could tell that he and his crew really enjoyed working on the project.  The only thing left to do was to reside the home and since I'd had such great luck with Catlin Construction so far, I figured I would get a quote from Jason on that as well.  I was about 70% sure what I wanted to do on the outside of the home, but asked Jason for some advice.  He told me about a product he'd used on his own home called Novabrik and explained how he could use both the Novabrik and vinyl siding to provide a nice accent.  I research the product online and knew immediately that was the look I was going for.  While the quote he gave me was high, I knew that he would go above and beyond to make sure I was very happy with the end result.  That's exactly what happened.  I couldn't be more pleased with the finished product.
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Recent Review: We found James to be extremely knowledgable and capable in every aspect of the jobs he did.  We were kept informed at all times of projected costs and time frames.  In many cases, James was able to come up with creative solutions to the unique problems presented by our house.   We couldn't be more please with the results of his work - we really appreciated his attention to detail throughout.  The tilework in the bathrooms and kitchen is especially noteworthy!  Also worth mentioning is that James was exceptionally conscientious about keeping the premises as neat and dust-free as possible during his work.  We really appreciated this, since we've had many unpleasant experiences with contractors who have not been as concerned about tidiness.  He was even great about working around our pets! We would highly recommend James without any hesitation for any remodeling jobs including plumbing, carpentry, and/or electrical work.  He exceeded our expectations!
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Recent Review: Renovation started out great.  We loved the design that Lake Street Design came up with.  They hired the general contractor.  Many days he just failed to show up.  I would have to call the studio and ask if he was coming.  Then the shoddy work started.  The inlaid marble tiles were put down in the wrong configuration even AFTER thoroughly going over how it was to go down AND marking it on the floor. The contractor stated that he thought it would look better a certain way and said "the designers don't always get it right".  I told him I really liked the way the designers drew it out and wanted it to stay that way.   Still it went in wrong.  I had to call the studio immediately and have him come back that night to take it up before it dried and get the tiles down properly.  He was at our house until after 9 pm that night.  Really inconvenient.  Then after evaluating the "new" inlaid tile configuration, it looked like a kindergarten project.  The tiles were crooked and very uneven.  It was a mess.  I had to call the studio again and the designer came out first thing in the morning to see for herself.  She agreed it was sloppy and, again, it needed to be removed.  At this point I suggested that we get a "real" tile person but was assured by both the designer and the contractor that he "could do it.  (They) will make it right. (I'll) be happy".  Foolishly, I agreed to let him continue. Then the cabinets were installed - three times.  First they were installed up against the left wall and not centered on the light fixture.  The contractor said that was how it was drawn.  I remember thinking "really?  You wanted to instill your own design because the designers "don't always get it right" but you can't see that a cabinet is centered on a light fixture?"  Weird.  Then he moved it to the right - too far. Finally, on the third try he got it centered.  There are three holes in the back of my custom cabinets.  A false back had to be installed to cover all the holes for the plumbing.  Then there were excessive scratches on the face of drawers and doors and new faces had to be ordered.  While the contractor was putting up ceiling tiles, one or more fell onto the tub and chipped it.  This was brought to our attention by our plumber, not the contractor.  I also told the contractor that some of the ceiling tiles were crooked and not flush or flat to the ceiling and was told "it would be fine".  It's not fine, they look like they are falling off.  The marble threshold to the shower broke and this was covered up with a cloth and was discovered by myself, the designer and the glass installation man.  Tiles on the back wall of the shower had to be redone because the contractor measured wrong.  The tub had to be reordered because the contractor broke a huge piece off of the rim when moving it.  It was full of the plumbing hardware and he didn't bother to take them out when moving it and it was so heavy the rim broke.  The contractor said it was cracked to begin with but it wasn't.  The shower bench wasn't sloped properly and water pools.  The backing of tiles is exposed on most tile edges instead of being sanded down. Many tiles were installed broken.  Caulk was used instead of grout in at least two places (and that is very noticeable). Grout lines throughout the bathroom are inconsistent and many tiles are crooked and uneven.  The designer and also measured one wall incorrectly resulting in a bigger shower which they said we made the change, but it was because it was measured incorrectly from the start.   He also painted the ceiling without first taping and mudding a seam in the ceiling.  Really shows.   So the bathroom is finally finished and the whole thing  is a mess.  We had the designers come back and look at the finished room and pointed out the bad tile work and seam in the ceiling.  The designers and my husband and I agreed to seek out industry "experts" on tiling for their opinion.  Lake Street Design brought in a brother-in-law of the designer.  We brought in 3 tile people, 2 work exclusively with marble and granite and one of which is a speciality craftsman with CTEF certification. In other words, we found "experts" and Lake Street Design brought in family.  Did I mention that the whole bathroom is marble?  This was supposed to be our "retreat spa-like bathroom".  Anyway, all three of our experts thought the job was mediocre at best and would not leave a job/install like that.  One even said the installer should throw away his tools!!  Even the plumbers and my cleaning help (who both work around tile a lot) thought the quality was not good.  At this point. Lake Street Design started to not return my calls.  Their suggested solution was to remove and replace a "couple of bad tiles" AND  the SAME contractor would do the work!  My husband and I felt we had given the designers and this contractor too many chances to make it right and felt this was not an option at this point.  We contacted a lawyer and Lake Street Design suggested mediation.  I have timelines and pictures of everything that happened and we finally came to an agreement where Lake Street Design waived our final bill and had to provide all new marble tiles, wallpaper, under floor heating pad and rock for the shower.  It will still cost us more to fix this bathroom than what our outstanding bill was.  Lake Street Design should have paid to have the bathroom redone properly by a competent contractor.  It was only after we were into the project that we found out that the contractor was the husband of one of the designers at Lake Street Design.  It was not a good renovation and I would never recommend Lake Street Design to anyone because they did not stand behind their work.  One of the designers said she would be proud to have that bathroom.  She has low standards because that bathroom quality was terrible.
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Recent Review: This is the third time we've used this company. They started the job on September 18, 2012. They started by gutting the entire bathroom and knocking out a wall in the linen closet, as I was increasing the size of the shower stall. The job took longer than expected, due to cabinet issue. I had picked out the color of cabinets I wanted and twice they had to be sent back. This was in no way the fault of New Horizon. The manufacturer had changed the paint process w/out informing New Horizon of those changes. Finally, the owner of New Horizon requested a face to face meeting w/the manufacturer to get to the bottom of things. It was resolved to my satisfaction and the job resumed. They ran into several unforeseen problems, but handled everything in a very professional manner. Everyone was great, as w/the other 2 jobs we had contracted them to do. I needed to get primer to paint the newly installed drywall and one of the guys told me not to go buy any...that he had some left over from another job that he would bring the next day. There was about a gallon and a half, which was more than enough to do the job. There was no charge for that at all. Everything turned out just beautiful and I couldn't be happier! If you want a job done right, this is the company to hire. They do it all and will go out of their way to make sure you are happy and satisfied with everything. I wouldn't hire another company if someone paid me to. New Horizon is the best out there! They may not be the cheapest, but they aren't the most expensive either. But, the old saying, "You get what you pay for", is so very true!! Now days, you rarely get what you paid for. You CANNOT go wrong w/these guys! They are wonderful. As soon as the hardware is on the cabinets, I'll post some photos. Just found out I need a new roof. This job will also go to New Horizon!
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Recent Review: Northbay makes work with a contractor a very good experience. Keith is personally a very fine person to be around. He is easy to talk with, and because he is a local business man I feel good about his Company getting the work. I can't think of even one complaint about his work. He has done work for me many times over the years, some small, some rather large, and has always done he job beyond my expectations. I have no problem recommending him to anyone. If you want tol see some of his work just contact me. Bill Bokram bbokram@comcast.net

Review for Negaunee Master Bathroom Remodeling

ASavu LLC
We are thrilled with the work that was done ,got kitchen cabinet restoration and painting ; our basement needed new subfloor and vinyl installation. Savu LLC did a great work this past summer, always on schedule and kept the place very clean, one of the most reliable contractor I've ever hired. Looking forward for my master bathroom renovation next month!
- Larry C....
AHome Front Renovations
Meghan was our Sr Estimator/PM - great communication! Leo and Eddy demo’d and installed - they did a great job - very talented. They cleaned up everyday and made sure we were satisfied before they left each day. I have never had such personable, professional and respectful people doing work at our home before.
- Tom D....
AHOMETOWNE LUMBER & KITCHEN CENTER
*PERFECT* materials arrived in a timely fashion very impressed with quality of materials and the professionalism of the employees!
- Merlin C....
ASavu LLC
We decided to rehire Savu LLC for our master bathroom remodeling and hallway hardwood flooring. Our new bathroom looks absolutely fantastic ( I attached a picture of it) . Work was done fast and was very accommodating with my busy schedule. I would highly recommend Savu LLC for your remodeling projects!
- Larry C....
AMikes Home Improvement
I love everything that was done. I really like the Tile Flooring he put down in my entrance way and around my fireplace.
- Judy M....
ACatlin Construction & Renovation LLC
I found Catlin Construction on Angie's List last spring when I was looking for someone to do the drywall work on a remodel project I was working on.  I received an estimate from the owner, Jason Catlin and compared it with two other estimates I had received and they were all in the same ballpark.  I felt most comfortable with Jason so I decided to give him the work.  I was so pleased with the job he did on the drywall that I asked him to quote my next two projects, which were interior painting and a bathroom remodel.  The job he did on the bathroom was incredible.  I have received many compliments on the new bathroom from everyone who has seen it.  Plus, since my design was something a little more contemporary I could tell that he and his crew really enjoyed working on the project.  The only thing left to do was to reside the home and since I'd had such great luck with Catlin Construction so far, I figured I would get a quote from Jason on that as well.  I was about 70% sure what I wanted to do on the outside of the home, but asked Jason for some advice.  He told me about a product he'd used on his own home called Novabrik and explained how he could use both the Novabrik and vinyl siding to provide a nice accent.  I research the product online and knew immediately that was the look I was going for.  While the quote he gave me was high, I knew that he would go above and beyond to make sure I was very happy with the end result.  That's exactly what happened.  I couldn't be more pleased with the finished product.
- Thomas W....
ASimmons Enterprises
We found James to be extremely knowledgable and capable in every aspect of the jobs he did.  We were kept informed at all times of projected costs and time frames.  In many cases, James was able to come up with creative solutions to the unique problems presented by our house.   We couldn't be more please with the results of his work - we really appreciated his attention to detail throughout.  The tilework in the bathrooms and kitchen is especially noteworthy!  Also worth mentioning is that James was exceptionally conscientious about keeping the premises as neat and dust-free as possible during his work.  We really appreciated this, since we've had many unpleasant experiences with contractors who have not been as concerned about tidiness.  He was even great about working around our pets! We would highly recommend James without any hesitation for any remodeling jobs including plumbing, carpentry, and/or electrical work.  He exceeded our expectations!
- Deb M....
DLake Street Design Studio
Renovation started out great.  We loved the design that Lake Street Design came up with.  They hired the general contractor.  Many days he just failed to show up.  I would have to call the studio and ask if he was coming.  Then the shoddy work started.  The inlaid marble tiles were put down in the wrong configuration even AFTER thoroughly going over how it was to go down AND marking it on the floor. The contractor stated that he thought it would look better a certain way and said "the designers don't always get it right".  I told him I really liked the way the designers drew it out and wanted it to stay that way.   Still it went in wrong.  I had to call the studio immediately and have him come back that night to take it up before it dried and get the tiles down properly.  He was at our house until after 9 pm that night.  Really inconvenient.  Then after evaluating the "new" inlaid tile configuration, it looked like a kindergarten project.  The tiles were crooked and very uneven.  It was a mess.  I had to call the studio again and the designer came out first thing in the morning to see for herself.  She agreed it was sloppy and, again, it needed to be removed.  At this point I suggested that we get a "real" tile person but was assured by both the designer and the contractor that he "could do it.  (They) will make it right. (I'll) be happy".  Foolishly, I agreed to let him continue. Then the cabinets were installed - three times.  First they were installed up against the left wall and not centered on the light fixture.  The contractor said that was how it was drawn.  I remember thinking "really?  You wanted to instill your own design because the designers "don't always get it right" but you can't see that a cabinet is centered on a light fixture?"  Weird.  Then he moved it to the right - too far. Finally, on the third try he got it centered.  There are three holes in the back of my custom cabinets.  A false back had to be installed to cover all the holes for the plumbing.  Then there were excessive scratches on the face of drawers and doors and new faces had to be ordered.  While the contractor was putting up ceiling tiles, one or more fell onto the tub and chipped it.  This was brought to our attention by our plumber, not the contractor.  I also told the contractor that some of the ceiling tiles were crooked and not flush or flat to the ceiling and was told "it would be fine".  It's not fine, they look like they are falling off.  The marble threshold to the shower broke and this was covered up with a cloth and was discovered by myself, the designer and the glass installation man.  Tiles on the back wall of the shower had to be redone because the contractor measured wrong.  The tub had to be reordered because the contractor broke a huge piece off of the rim when moving it.  It was full of the plumbing hardware and he didn't bother to take them out when moving it and it was so heavy the rim broke.  The contractor said it was cracked to begin with but it wasn't.  The shower bench wasn't sloped properly and water pools.  The backing of tiles is exposed on most tile edges instead of being sanded down. Many tiles were installed broken.  Caulk was used instead of grout in at least two places (and that is very noticeable). Grout lines throughout the bathroom are inconsistent and many tiles are crooked and uneven.  The designer and also measured one wall incorrectly resulting in a bigger shower which they said we made the change, but it was because it was measured incorrectly from the start.   He also painted the ceiling without first taping and mudding a seam in the ceiling.  Really shows.   So the bathroom is finally finished and the whole thing  is a mess.  We had the designers come back and look at the finished room and pointed out the bad tile work and seam in the ceiling.  The designers and my husband and I agreed to seek out industry "experts" on tiling for their opinion.  Lake Street Design brought in a brother-in-law of the designer.  We brought in 3 tile people, 2 work exclusively with marble and granite and one of which is a speciality craftsman with CTEF certification. In other words, we found "experts" and Lake Street Design brought in family.  Did I mention that the whole bathroom is marble?  This was supposed to be our "retreat spa-like bathroom".  Anyway, all three of our experts thought the job was mediocre at best and would not leave a job/install like that.  One even said the installer should throw away his tools!!  Even the plumbers and my cleaning help (who both work around tile a lot) thought the quality was not good.  At this point. Lake Street Design started to not return my calls.  Their suggested solution was to remove and replace a "couple of bad tiles" AND  the SAME contractor would do the work!  My husband and I felt we had given the designers and this contractor too many chances to make it right and felt this was not an option at this point.  We contacted a lawyer and Lake Street Design suggested mediation.  I have timelines and pictures of everything that happened and we finally came to an agreement where Lake Street Design waived our final bill and had to provide all new marble tiles, wallpaper, under floor heating pad and rock for the shower.  It will still cost us more to fix this bathroom than what our outstanding bill was.  Lake Street Design should have paid to have the bathroom redone properly by a competent contractor.  It was only after we were into the project that we found out that the contractor was the husband of one of the designers at Lake Street Design.  It was not a good renovation and I would never recommend Lake Street Design to anyone because they did not stand behind their work.  One of the designers said she would be proud to have that bathroom.  She has low standards because that bathroom quality was terrible.
- Jennifer G....
ANew Horizon Remodeling & Building Company LLC
This is the third time we've used this company. They started the job on September 18, 2012. They started by gutting the entire bathroom and knocking out a wall in the linen closet, as I was increasing the size of the shower stall. The job took longer than expected, due to cabinet issue. I had picked out the color of cabinets I wanted and twice they had to be sent back. This was in no way the fault of New Horizon. The manufacturer had changed the paint process w/out informing New Horizon of those changes. Finally, the owner of New Horizon requested a face to face meeting w/the manufacturer to get to the bottom of things. It was resolved to my satisfaction and the job resumed. They ran into several unforeseen problems, but handled everything in a very professional manner. Everyone was great, as w/the other 2 jobs we had contracted them to do. I needed to get primer to paint the newly installed drywall and one of the guys told me not to go buy any...that he had some left over from another job that he would bring the next day. There was about a gallon and a half, which was more than enough to do the job. There was no charge for that at all. Everything turned out just beautiful and I couldn't be happier! If you want a job done right, this is the company to hire. They do it all and will go out of their way to make sure you are happy and satisfied with everything. I wouldn't hire another company if someone paid me to. New Horizon is the best out there! They may not be the cheapest, but they aren't the most expensive either. But, the old saying, "You get what you pay for", is so very true!! Now days, you rarely get what you paid for. You CANNOT go wrong w/these guys! They are wonderful. As soon as the hardware is on the cabinets, I'll post some photos. Just found out I need a new roof. This job will also go to New Horizon!
- Ronda S....
ANORTH BAY BUILDING CO
Northbay makes work with a contractor a very good experience. Keith is personally a very fine person to be around. He is easy to talk with, and because he is a local business man I feel good about his Company getting the work. I can't think of even one complaint about his work. He has done work for me many times over the years, some small, some rather large, and has always done he job beyond my expectations. I have no problem recommending him to anyone. If you want tol see some of his work just contact me. Bill Bokram bbokram@comcast.net
- Heather B....