Woodbury Small Bathroom Remodel

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Recent Review: It was done as we wanted and on the schedule promised. Brandon and Shane were conscientious and professional. They were as neat as could be and cleaned up at the end of each day. They made sure that we were apprised of every step and involved in decisions. They did an excellent job. We would recommend them to anyone.
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Business Description: Smart Construction and Remodeling is a high-quality full-service professional local construction company. We specialize in Roofing, Siding, Windows, Gutters and interior remodeling. Smart Construction and Remodeling provides the best service, knowledge, skills and reliability at a fair price. We pride ourselves on paying attention to every single little detail when working on your home. Smart Construction and Remodeling use only the top quality materials and products, so your house will look its best! It is guaranteed! We want you to have a lasting impression.
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Business Description: Sawhorse Designers & Builders, Minnesota remodelers and construction contractors specializing in home improvement, major home remodel and renovations, kitchen remodeling, Bathroom remodeling, basement remodeling, and your green built remodeling projects. Sawhorse provides eco-friendly, green remodeling ideas and services to Minneapolis, MN and surrounding Minnesota cities. DBA - Sawhorse Inc.
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Business Description: Minnesota Kitchens is a locally owned business, remodeling Kitchens, Bathrooms & More. We have a 3,000 square foot showroom located in Burnsville. Our process, from designing to construction is created to make a remodel as effortless as possible for our customers. We want to provide individual appointments, guaranteeing our only focus is you! PLEASE call or email - To set up an appointment today.
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Business Description: Upgrade your bathroom with Clear Choice Bath, a premier Minneapolis MN bathroom remodeling contractor for deluxe walk-in showers & tubs, granite countertops, classy cabinetry, tile accents and backsplash, and more. Call the best bathroom remodeler in the Twin Cities today! See our reviews here: https://goo.gl/maps/8jwqUMTiyNP2
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Recent Review: It went great. My tile looks beautiful. Couldn’t be more happy with what the crew has done here! We’ll definitely be hiring them again!
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Business Description: Locally owned and operated. Fully licensed & insured. Servicing the area since 1985. All business is performed by certified applicators. 15% of all our profits go back into charity. Call for more information!
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Business Description: Platinum Contractor Services is a complete Kitchen and Bathroom Remodeling Contractor (MN Lic# BC638453). Visit us at www.pcsremodeling.com
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Business Description: Turn to SonRise Design & Construction Inc. for professional kitchen and bathroom remodeling, basement finishing, and home additions in Princeton, MN.
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Business Description: Primary focus is exterior remodeling: Roofing, Siding, Gutters, Windows & Attic Insulation. To avoid frustration on behalf of the customer, each customer is assigned a file manager to guide them from start to finish through each project. Company owner is involved in day-to-day operations. Highly rated BBB member. Owens Corning Preferred Contractor. Ask about 20 year NON-PRORATED Roof warranty. Call Croixco to be impressed. 847-895-8125 OR 1-800-351-6701.

Reviews in Woodbury to Remodel Small Bathrooms

APivotal Contractors Inc
Excellent work, good communication, and trustworthy. I was referred to David by a kitchen designer to install cabinets, extend a wall, and install a vent. Everything went extremely well and looks great. Because I was pleased with the kitchen, I selected David for 2 additional jobs. The deck was the largest project and I'm very pleased with quality construction. Throughout all of the projects, David was very easy to work and responsive. I had no issues trusting him and his team working in my home.
- Charlie H....
FCADY HANDYMAN SERVICES
John Meyer(project manager) arrived at the house. We discussed the multiple aspects of the Bathroom remodel. He confirmed that this is something the company is capable of. He stated he would contact me via email. After 5 business days I emailed him and he stated he was trying to get information on our spa tub to replace the hardware. I had given him the company name and number. I waited 10 days after that email and he stated he was still not done. I called the number regarding our spa tub to see if the information was difficult to obtain, but the first person I spoke with helped me with every question. So I once again emailed Cady Handyman and after 1 month I still have not heard from anyone.
- Kathleen V....
FGreat Lakes Home Renovations
The most regrettable experience I've had as a homeowner is working with Great Lakes Window & Siding. The bathroom remodel I hired them for took longer than promised (3-4 weeks, not 3-4 days), and the work performed was shoddy and lacking in professionalism (the grout work was so bad we're already thinking of hiring someone to redo it less than 2 years later; if that's not bad enough, the water wasn't turned off prior to our bathtub's removal/replacement, leading to a burst pipe and water damage to an adjacent room's ceiling. Great Lakes' idea of resolving that issue was painting over the water stains -- but the splotches are still visible -- and two years later the pipes are leaking, perhaps because they forgot to install a gasket on the overflow valve. I called to have them come out and stand by their work (the leak stained the ceiling). They promised they would, but never fit me into their schedule. If you have read this far, trust me; you will regret it. Look elsewhere. 
- Stephan C....
AExcel Builders
We wanted to completely update the look of our bathroom without altering the footprint. Trent really understood what we were trying to accomplish, and it was evident from the beginning that he knew what he was talking about (a fact I confirmed by speaking with several of his references).  Plus, his bid was fair. The entire process, starting with demolition day and ending with final inspections, took slightly over 2 months.  However, the tub/shower was plumbed and operational within the first 3 weeks; this is important to note because it's our ONLY full bathroom and the only place to bathe in the house.  Trent was very sensitive to that fact and understood it was of utmost importance to have use of our shower as soon as possible after the start of remodel. He stayed in constant contact with us during the course of the remodel and immediately responded to my myriad questions throughout the process and quickly rectified any issues that arose.  We love our newly remodeled bathroom!  It looks and feels like a spa!
- Bridgit R....
AGreat Bathrooms
Craig is does bathroom remodeling with an artist's flair. This is the second bathroom we've had him remodel for us, and we would definitely call him again if we needed to. He helped us pick out tile colors and accents. He is generally good about managing his time and getting things done once the project gets going, plus or minus a day or two. I'm amazed at how well everything turned out. Totally worth the money and effort. One thing to know about Craig is that he can be a little bit slow to respond during the planning phase. Stick with it and he typically comes through with a beautiful end result.
- William G....
DAPEX Construction Management LLC
I filled out the contact page on Apex's website (linked from Angie's List) looking to get a quote on a bathroom upgrade, which I assumed would involve scheduling a visit. I did receive a reasonably prompt reply; however, that reply was simply to ask for a phone number for Apex to call me. I responded with my phone number and an explanation that I had not included it in the first place, because email is a far more effective and efficient way to communicate with me. I then received a few voicemails from Apex, but never providing anything other than a request to call them back. On at least one of these occasions, I was actually home, but did not answer the call, because, for reasons I can't explain, whatever phone system Apex uses does not identify itself to my caller ID, and I do not answer unidentified calls. After a couple weeks of this, I followed up with another email, re-explained the situation, and asked if they could reply via email with whatever information they needed from me to move forward, and I would supply it. Again, I received a reasonably prompt email reply, stating that they always ask three questions: 1) description of work to be done, 2) budget, and 3) time frame. I was a little put off by the request for a job description, since I had provided that with the initial contact form, but I figured that since we were at least corresponding now, I'd humor them. I provided another (fairly detailed) description of what I was looking to have done, as well as the time frame I was looking to have the work completed (at the time, about 4-5 months in the future). In regard to the budget, I again explained that I was looking for quotes, so that while I did have an ideal figure I was hoping to stay within (which I also provided), I was more interested in getting a quote from them than worrying about how much I was able/willing to spend. That was five weeks ago, and I've never heard anything more from them. I don't know if they just decided my job was too small (if so, why do they advertise that they do bathrooms?), if they just couldn't be bothered to via email (if so, why do they have a contact form on their website?), if they just didn't want to put something in writing (which would be a major red flag if so), or some other reason. Regardless, they've apparently decided they don't even want to schedule a visit, let alone provide a quote and hopefully score some business. If hired, they may do great work, but if they make it this difficult just to schedule a visit to get a quote, I can only imagine what a nightmare of communication actually working with them could turn into.
- Brad S....
AElements & Principles
Emily was great. She found a solution to moving things around in a bathroom remodel that nobody else thought of and it solved the issue. Overall worked with us great as a designer for our main bathroom remodel and then did the design and install on a closet organizing system. We wanted our bathroom remodel to fit into the fact our house is 1969, and she blended it well so it fit the period.
- Tom G....
AFix-it Express
I wish Joe could move in with me and take care of my house. He would also be a good friend and house-mate! Go with Joe!
- David S....
B K2 Bath Deck & Kitchen
I hired K2 because I liked their people; because their ideas and thoughts on the remodel furthered my own, and they came with good references. I had them redo my main bathroom from the studs out, and push out a wall to get more room for a walk-in shower (in place of the tub). They built a knee wall for the shower and tiled the floor, the shower and the walls up to chair rail height; installed a new pedestal sink and toilet, and hung three wall cabinets. I am very pleased with the results and impressed with the craftsmanship, especially regarding the tile; I requested a basket weave design for the floor and subway tile for the walls, and they did an excellent job. They did a lot of work in the house but always took pains to clean and pick things up at the end of the day. The reasons I would be ambivalent about hiring them again were poor to middling communications and the length of time it took to complete the work. Regarding communications, there were few check-ins during the project -- unless I initiated them -- and I was often in the dark about what was happening until it was too late to do anything about it. My biggest gripe along this line is that I didn't get the sink I had contracted for. I had chosen one with an especially wide lip and flat bottom for maximum utility, but the one installed was of a different brand, with a curved bottom and a narrower lip. By the time I realized this, the sink had been installed; it's a fine sink, but it was annoying that we hadn't talked beforehand. The toilet had been chosen to match the sink, but that too was different. Regarding the time of the project: When we first discussed the work, they talked about 3 to 4 weeks, perhaps starting in January or February. When I signed on the dotted line, it was 6 to 8 weeks. In the end, the project was launched in April and took a full 13 weeks. I recognize that it's impossible to guarantee a completion date, but my friends thought the project took way too long and in the end I have to say I agree. Much of my frustration came toward the end, when the project was nearly wrapped up but they had neglected to re-install the duct grate and neatly trim out the opening in the drywall. The project manager, a very good guy (I liked all the K2 people on the project, from the salesman to the workers), came to the house twice on the weekends to take care of some last-minute tasks, which I appreciated. But by the end I was terribly anxious to shoo all out of them out of the house, clean things up and get things back in order. Bottom line: K2 does very good work and my experience with them was satisfactory. But they still left some room for improvement, which is why I can't give them five stars all around.
- Kevin D....
A K2 Bath Deck & Kitchen
I am very happy with the work that k2 did on my bathroom remodel. They were prompt and the quality of the work was top notch!
- Erin S....