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Business Description: Choice Home Warranty is a top-tiered company in its industry, serving home buyers and sellers across the country. CHW provides home warranty service contracts for single family homes, multiple units, condos, and even mobile and manufactured homes. CHW provides service on properly maintained home systems and appliances, regardless of age, make or model, including substantial major systems such as heating and central air conditioning units. Pre-existing conditions are not covered. Be sure to read contract for specific coverage, limitations, and any exclusions.
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Business Description: American Tubs designs and manufactures a complete line of premium quality Walk-In Bathtubs that are ideal for people with Limited Mobility, Seniors, Disabled and people with pain, arthritis, stress and other debilitating conditions.
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Business Description: Female owned, green, mobile, paperless, master certified repair facility, and handyman services.
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Recent Review: See previoius comments.  The project went exceptionally well start to finish.  No complaints.  Finished product is everything I'd hoped for and more.
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Recent Review: Our project began with bids taken in April 2014 with a goal of completing the work prior to June 1, 2014.  We selected Dream Makers and made the first payment at our first meeting when we met with a staff member and owner to explain specifically what we wanted in a finished product.  The meeting seemed to be a success.  Hardware was ordered after viewing a catalog.  Samples were not provided.  Ceramic tiles were selected from samples and our specific shower space design which included built-in shelving was confirmed. We left the second meeting expecting to hear from the staff member who was to set a work schedule.  Until we called two weeks later to check on the progress of scheduling the work there was no communication.  The staff member explained "we (Dream Makers) have done nothing; we have been waiting for your response."  There was nothing to respond to; we were confused. Two weeks lost. We moved forward with another meeting near the end of April.  At that meeting plans for our project were set in motion and the staff was to develop a schedule   to complete our work by June 1.   Within the week we received a call that the June 1 date could not be accommodated.  This was our second disappointment. We regrouped and delayed the construction until August 1, after our summer visitors departed.  A planning meeting in mid-July was canceled by Mike and rescheduled for "the week before work was to begin."  Finally, August arrived, a schedule was determined for what we expected to be a two week project.  Prior to the first work day, the owner brought a work progress communication "display" to our home.  The "display" was to provide the home owner with day-to-day progress notes plus provide an opportunity for the home owner to comment on the work being done or ask questions.  While the intention of this "prop" was well intended it failed as a true means of communication, plus it occupied a sizable portion of the entry to our home throughout the remodel. The project stretched to three weeks, then a couple days more.  The owner and another person did the demo and reconstruction prep.  The tile people, once scheduled were dependable and efficient.  We allowed them to work on a weekend when we were absent in order to get the tile work finished.  The tile craftsmanship was excellent.  The men (two) were dependable and there were no worries about security. Although we were told various trades would be used by Dream Makers for our project, only the owner, his helper, the tile people and the door installers worked on our project.  The owner handled the plumbing which took a couple of days which confused me until I learned he had problems sweating the copper.  Also, one of the water supply valves was installed backwards which reverses the "hot" and "cold" water selection in the lower level shower (cold is left, hot is right).  We accepted the problem to avoid further delays which was probably a mistake. Once the tile work was complete the templates for the shower doors were made.  Delivery of the shower doors was about 10-11 days.  Beautiful doors!  Skilled installers directly from the fabricating company installed the doors perfectly.  Finally, after Labor day our project reached the "finished project" phase. In late October, early November we discovered three sharp corners on the tile that surrounds the Jacuzzi tub.  The owner visited the site a few days later to determine what needed to be done.  About 10 days after the visit the owner returned to correct the sharp corners; a 30 minute fix.  One appointment was missed because I forgot it so it was rescheduled. In October we experienced leakage from sweep area of the door.  The owner scheduled the installers two weeks later to inspect the problem.  They arrived, commented that they thought the initial design was flawed and proceeded to correct the problem by installing new gaskets around the door and a small "dam" on the shower floor in line with the closed door.  The 1/4 inch high "dam" eliminated the water leaking from the shower onto the bathroom floor. Finally on or about December 6 our shower project was complete.  The tile workmanship is high quality.  The organization Dream Makers proclaims lacks concise fulfillment.  The owner has a penchant for being "really busy" which makes his follow through ineffective. As far as we are concerned the staff member we worked with seemed ill equipped to assist the customer in product selection and ill informed as to her role; she lacks patience.  All in all, the project took far to much time to complete which elevated our personal stress.    Dream Makers seems to be "process driven" rather than "results driven." It was our opinion that the trades used on project were otherwise engaged and accepted Dream Maker work in addition to their regular jobs.  We tried to be understanding and think we were but working with Dream Makers really required immense energy and patience

Reviews in Sunfield to Install Chair Lift

ACarpentry Plus Building Inc
See previoius comments.  The project went exceptionally well start to finish.  No complaints.  Finished product is everything I'd hoped for and more.
- Nell N....
BDream Maker Bath & Kitchen
Our project began with bids taken in April 2014 with a goal of completing the work prior to June 1, 2014.  We selected Dream Makers and made the first payment at our first meeting when we met with a staff member and owner to explain specifically what we wanted in a finished product.  The meeting seemed to be a success.  Hardware was ordered after viewing a catalog.  Samples were not provided.  Ceramic tiles were selected from samples and our specific shower space design which included built-in shelving was confirmed. We left the second meeting expecting to hear from the staff member who was to set a work schedule.  Until we called two weeks later to check on the progress of scheduling the work there was no communication.  The staff member explained "we (Dream Makers) have done nothing; we have been waiting for your response."  There was nothing to respond to; we were confused. Two weeks lost. We moved forward with another meeting near the end of April.  At that meeting plans for our project were set in motion and the staff was to develop a schedule   to complete our work by June 1.   Within the week we received a call that the June 1 date could not be accommodated.  This was our second disappointment. We regrouped and delayed the construction until August 1, after our summer visitors departed.  A planning meeting in mid-July was canceled by Mike and rescheduled for "the week before work was to begin."  Finally, August arrived, a schedule was determined for what we expected to be a two week project.  Prior to the first work day, the owner brought a work progress communication "display" to our home.  The "display" was to provide the home owner with day-to-day progress notes plus provide an opportunity for the home owner to comment on the work being done or ask questions.  While the intention of this "prop" was well intended it failed as a true means of communication, plus it occupied a sizable portion of the entry to our home throughout the remodel. The project stretched to three weeks, then a couple days more.  The owner and another person did the demo and reconstruction prep.  The tile people, once scheduled were dependable and efficient.  We allowed them to work on a weekend when we were absent in order to get the tile work finished.  The tile craftsmanship was excellent.  The men (two) were dependable and there were no worries about security. Although we were told various trades would be used by Dream Makers for our project, only the owner, his helper, the tile people and the door installers worked on our project.  The owner handled the plumbing which took a couple of days which confused me until I learned he had problems sweating the copper.  Also, one of the water supply valves was installed backwards which reverses the "hot" and "cold" water selection in the lower level shower (cold is left, hot is right).  We accepted the problem to avoid further delays which was probably a mistake. Once the tile work was complete the templates for the shower doors were made.  Delivery of the shower doors was about 10-11 days.  Beautiful doors!  Skilled installers directly from the fabricating company installed the doors perfectly.  Finally, after Labor day our project reached the "finished project" phase. In late October, early November we discovered three sharp corners on the tile that surrounds the Jacuzzi tub.  The owner visited the site a few days later to determine what needed to be done.  About 10 days after the visit the owner returned to correct the sharp corners; a 30 minute fix.  One appointment was missed because I forgot it so it was rescheduled. In October we experienced leakage from sweep area of the door.  The owner scheduled the installers two weeks later to inspect the problem.  They arrived, commented that they thought the initial design was flawed and proceeded to correct the problem by installing new gaskets around the door and a small "dam" on the shower floor in line with the closed door.  The 1/4 inch high "dam" eliminated the water leaking from the shower onto the bathroom floor. Finally on or about December 6 our shower project was complete.  The tile workmanship is high quality.  The organization Dream Makers proclaims lacks concise fulfillment.  The owner has a penchant for being "really busy" which makes his follow through ineffective. As far as we are concerned the staff member we worked with seemed ill equipped to assist the customer in product selection and ill informed as to her role; she lacks patience.  All in all, the project took far to much time to complete which elevated our personal stress.    Dream Makers seems to be "process driven" rather than "results driven." It was our opinion that the trades used on project were otherwise engaged and accepted Dream Maker work in addition to their regular jobs.  We tried to be understanding and think we were but working with Dream Makers really required immense energy and patience
- William B....