Lamberton Baseboard Installation

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Recent Review: I was very happy with the work. John visited my house to examine the floors and gave a clear explanation of my options. He gave 3 different options for finishing systems. I ended up choosing the commercial oil/water system for the maximum durability since I intended to use the living room as a dance practice area. The floors needed a lot of repairs before staining. There were some dark stains from moisture damage, some scratches, and some nail and staple holes from when the space was carpeted. John's crew was able to repair most of the damage by sanding and filling holes, and patched a small number of board where the stains were too deep. They also installed some trim to cover an unfinished line on the baseboard left when carpet was removed. The final product looks smooth and beautiful. I'm really happy how it looks! The crew was very considerate and did a good job preventing dust and debris from spreading in the house. There was a noticeable smell for a few days after the stain was first applied but it gets better quickly. I would definitely work with John again.
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Business Description: The #1 source for vent covers and baseboard heater covers
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Business Description: We are a direct supplier for Turkish peshtemal towels, burlap runners, lace trim and lace fabric. Please contact us for wholesale prices for Turkish peshtemal towels, burlap runners, lace fabric and lace trim. Turkish peshtemal towels are used as wedding favors, wedding gifts, bridesmaids gifts. We specialize in personalization with custom embroidery work on our pestemal towels.
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Business Description: Ultimate Woodworking is a fully custom cabinet manufacturer. All of our cabinetry is made to order, which means that each piece is hand crafted for your special project. Ultimate Woodworking was established in 2004 and has since made a reputation for customer service, quality, and craftsmanship. With a majority of our business being referrals, we take pride in the fact that our customers are completely satisfied with the investments they have made in our products. We spend quality time in working closely with you to create a beautiful, innovative, and functional space that will reflect your lifestyle and provide the best value for your investment. From conception to completion, our goal is to turn your wants and needs into a reality. — down to the last final detail.
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Business Description: Integrity Repair~ Handyman Services~ I take pride in helping others to make there home or property look the best at the lowest possible price, fixing the old if possible before buying new. And I will always treat your home as I do my own. Integrity, honesty and reliability.
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Recent Review: If I could give an A+ rating, I would. Casey is a true craftsman who does meticulous work. He is honest and reliable. Over the past eight years, he has done exceptional finish carpentry work on our basement remodel, installed a very nice tile shower, and created a stunning thinset brick accent wall. He has also helped with a couple handyman projects. Casey takes pride in his workmanship. I have very high expectations and he has consistently met or exceeded them. I will continue to use Casey on future projects and highly recommend him without hesitation.
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Recent Review: Roger makes some very nice custom wood working and wood crafts, He also does carpentry, drywalling and painting, too. After several attempts by another painter (who had been highly rated on this list), Roger painted our deck beautifully. He is professional, prompt and reasonably priced as well as friendly and a hard-worker. We have hired him again and he continues to impress. Roger will give you the best options for whatever you are planning to have done.
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Recent Review: We contacted Handyman Pete after reading reviews on Angies List.  We set an appointment for Pete to come look at the work so he could bid the job.  He was flexible on being able to come out on the weekend.  He was on time and stated he would have an estimate back to us in a few days.  True to his word he called back with an estimate a couple of days after his initial job inspection. The price was reasonable for the amount of work that was needed. We had him install all of the window and door trim.  Also the baseboard.  The work included two large trapezoid lakeside windows. Pete was very good about keeping in contact as we were working on getting the trim ordered, delivered, and stained in preparation for install.  We set a date for install.  Everything stayed on schedule. Pete did very nice work.  He made sure we were happy with everything before he wrapped up the job.  He always cleaned up after and never left a mess. We will definitely be using Handyman Pete again for future work.
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Recent Review: Outstanding. Paul came over to give us a quote one day, and when I gave him the OK, he came the very next day, did the work quickly, and cleaned up well after himself. Some of the trim work was complicated, but it looks better than I was expecting. I will absolutely call him again for my next mini-project.
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Recent Review: He does excellent carpentry work. He is very reliable. I like their service a lot.

Reviews in Lamberton for Baseboard Installation

APerfect Fit Carpentry Inc.
If I could give an A+ rating, I would. Casey is a true craftsman who does meticulous work. He is honest and reliable. Over the past eight years, he has done exceptional finish carpentry work on our basement remodel, installed a very nice tile shower, and created a stunning thinset brick accent wall. He has also helped with a couple handyman projects. Casey takes pride in his workmanship. I have very high expectations and he has consistently met or exceeded them. I will continue to use Casey on future projects and highly recommend him without hesitation.
- Julia F....
AThe Wood Schaack LLC
Roger makes some very nice custom wood working and wood crafts, He also does carpentry, drywalling and painting, too. After several attempts by another painter (who had been highly rated on this list), Roger painted our deck beautifully. He is professional, prompt and reasonably priced as well as friendly and a hard-worker. We have hired him again and he continues to impress. Roger will give you the best options for whatever you are planning to have done.
- Linda F....
AHouse Rescuers, LLC
These guys came when scheduled. They were respectful and professional. This property was a real mess and they got it cleaned, picked up and the yard trimmed up as scheduled. (looks good)
- Scott M....
AHandyman Pete
We contacted Handyman Pete after reading reviews on Angies List.  We set an appointment for Pete to come look at the work so he could bid the job.  He was flexible on being able to come out on the weekend.  He was on time and stated he would have an estimate back to us in a few days.  True to his word he called back with an estimate a couple of days after his initial job inspection. The price was reasonable for the amount of work that was needed. We had him install all of the window and door trim.  Also the baseboard.  The work included two large trapezoid lakeside windows. Pete was very good about keeping in contact as we were working on getting the trim ordered, delivered, and stained in preparation for install.  We set a date for install.  Everything stayed on schedule. Pete did very nice work.  He made sure we were happy with everything before he wrapped up the job.  He always cleaned up after and never left a mess. We will definitely be using Handyman Pete again for future work.
- Jenny K....
APaul Quick Inc
The heat had dried the wood and opened up the gaps that were previously perfect. He resanded and repaired an area of my porch trim. He had a warrenty and he stuck to it. When he finished it the first time it looked flawless. Then the weather got to it, which I don't blame them for.
- Michael H....
AHandyman Pete
The workmanship and attention to detail was excellent. He was punctual and conscientious about the worksite, I had grandchildren around and he was sure not to leave any nails, tools etc. out around the children. I was totally satisfied and would recommend him to anyone.
- Robert S....
BDornbusch Construction LLC
Overall, the window-storm door-trim project was rather successful, not without snags/problems. The first snag arose after I reminded Jaymey that the window openings on the south side were to receive the double hung windows. Jaymey immediately stated the instructions to one of his workers, who about a half-hour later (after Jaymey had left to check on another project) began to install a sliding window on the south side. Nonetheless, I spotted the mistake early, so that turned out okay. (It pays to keep a close eye on things.) The second snag arose from defective caulk. As I planned to paint the interior trim, paintable caulk was needed between the joints. However, a bad batch of caulk proved not to be paintable (save for one tube). I complained and Jaymey sent out an employee. The employee looked at the absence of adhesion and said that the interior trim was vinyl. I told him that it was wood. When he was convinced that it was wood, I said that the easiest fix was to replace the interior trim. He said that he was not comfortable with that and left. Nonetheless, after I spent several hours sanding off the caulk from the wood surface, the window installation turned out fine. The next snag was in the placement of the door handle-lock fixture in the storm door to the back yard entrance. Apparently, measurements weren’t taken prior to installing the fixture with the result that the plunger could not be engaged by using a key on the outside. Jaymey sent out an employee with a saw to shorten the plunger. After he shortened it and after I spent about 30 to 45 minutes filing down the sharp edges, the storm door installation too turned out fine. Another shortcoming was a string of quite noticeable scratches on the front entry door. My wife said that they were not there before work was done on the outside storm door. Nonetheless, the front door had some minor scratches from Christmas wreath decorations and likely should be repainted anyway. Finally, there was a blotch of something on one of the screens, but weather apparently has removed it. So, overall, everything turned out not badly, in fact, quite good. I like Jaymey. Although most of his crew seem to me not to be overly endowed with talent (JC is an exception, he seems quite capable), if you keep a close eye on things, the work should turn out okay. With this caveat, I would recommend Dornbusch Construction. I also should remark that I may have Dornbusch Construction do more work in the future. I should also add that Jaymey always returns telephone calls and has a pleasant manner.
- James B....
BDornbusch Construction LLC
Overall, the window-storm door-trim project was quite successful, but not without snags/problems. The first snag arose after I reminded Jaymey that the window openings on the south side were to receive the double hung windows. Jaymey immediately stated the instructions to one of his workers, who about a half-hour later (after Jaymey had left to check on another project) began to install a sliding window on the south side. Nonetheless, I spotted the mistake early, so that turned out okay. (It pays to keep a close eye on things.) The second snag arose from defective caulk. As I planned to paint the interior trim, paintable caulk was needed between the joints. However, a bad batch of caulk proved not to be paintable (save for one tube). I complained and Jaymey sent out an employee. The employee looked at the absence of adhesion and said that the interior trim was vinyl. I told him that it was wood. When he was convinced that it was wood, I said that the easiest fix was to replace the interior trim. He said that he was not comfortable with that and left. Nonetheless, after I spent several hours sanding off the caulk from the wood surface, the window installation turned out fine. The next snag was in the placement of the door handle-lock fixture in the storm door to the back yard entrance. Apparently, measurements weren’t taken prior to installing the fixture with the result that the plunger could not be engaged by using a key on the outside. Jaymey sent out an employee with a saw to shorten the plunger. After he shortened it and after I spent about 30 to 45 minutes filing down the sharp edges, the storm door installation too turned out fine. Another shortcoming was a string of quite noticeable scratches on the front entry door. My wife said that they were not there before work was done on the outside storm door. Nonetheless, the front door had some minor scratches from Christmas wreath decorations and likely should be repainted anyway. Finally, there was a blotch of something on one of the screens, quite irritating at the time, but weather apparently has removed it. So, overall, everything turned out not badly, in fact, quite good. I like Jaymey. Although most of his crew seem to me not to be overly endowed with talent (JC is an exception, he seems quite capable), if you keep a close eye on things, the work should turn out okay. With this caveat, I would recommend Dornbusch Construction. I also should remark that I may have Dornbusch Construction do more work in the future. I should also add that Jaymey always returns telephone calls and has a pleasant manner.
- James B....
ARestoration Carpentry
We really enjoyed working with Bobby. We were frequently updated on his progress, and appreciate the way he runs his business (very customer focused, no surprises). The color match was a challenge, but Bobby somehow managed to match the stain color perfectly! We are extremely pleased at how the cabinets and trim turned out, and will not hesitate to hire him again. In fact, we are already planning our next project...
- David M....
ABEAMAN WOODWORKING
Jim was a real craftsman. We went with natural cedar - no stain - so Jim sanded and sealed every board on both sides at his shop before the installation. Every end board was scribed to fit the wall exactly so there was no need for trim. The ceiling is gorgeous! We are very happy with it. We've had Jim do work for us before. He built a bench and cabinet for our entryway. He finished our stairway, and even sheetrocked the family room. His work is always very well done. I would highly recommend him.
- Kris B....