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Business Description: Alfano Construction & Remodeling, LLC is a small company located in Eden, NY providing professional services to most of Western New York. Please contact me directly at alfanoconstruction@yahoo.com or call 716-566-8879. Feel free to text the same number for fastest reply.
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Recent Review: I've used PK's Painting over several years for many painting, drywall and light carpentry jobs in our home. Pete Baier and his crew are excellent to work with, punctual, clean and great craftsman who stand behind their work. I will continue to use Pete and have recommended his company to many family members and neighbors who are also all very satisfied with his work product.
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Recent Review: We had looked on-line at companies that build custom doors; those companies promised 3 week delivery but we wanted to shop local so went with Quaker Millwork to purchase new interior doors for our home renovation.  We visited the showroom and saw nice products so we placed our order.  We were told our order would take 5 weeks. Instead, it took 11 weeks.  Calls to inquire about status of project rarely were returned or returned in a timely manner.  When they were returned, the answers were vague, or creative, at best - ranging from, ?we decided to bring the work in house? to ?the only guy that does the work is out sick?.   As the project bogged down, we felt our $6,000 residential job wasn?t big enough for Quaker to care about.  Quaker?s inability to deliver pushed our finish date for our home remodel back further and further given that it could not really be complete without bedroom doors, closet doors and bathroom doors. Interestingly of the four wonderful reviews posted on superpages.com; 3 were posted on the same day, coincidence?  Two of those even had the exact same wording, go figure.
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Business Description: Family owned and operated for 7 years. With over 25 years of experience in the home remodel and repair industry. We pride ourselves on customer service and quality of work. You can feel comfortable that your handyman project will be dealt with professionally and with care. Mike will be onsite to coordinate your project and to see the project through to completion.
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Recent Review: .Mr. Hibbard was very personable and professional. He offered a good price for the amount of work that I needed to have done. He arrived at my home along with his carpenter promptly as scheduled to discuss the details before the work started. The work was completed on time and very well done
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Business Description: Window World of Buffalo offers vinyl replacement windows and doors in Buffalo, NY. Professionally installed by industry experts in the lowest affordable prices, Window World Replacement Windows are designed to increase the performance of your home.
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Recent Review: Don and Nick Pellegrino go over and above to make sure that the job is done correctly. Their work exceeded expectations. They always provided updates when the weather was interfering with scheduling. Will not hesitate to use this company in the future.

Reviews in Lancaster to Install Interior Trim & Decorative Molding

APK's Painting
I've used PK's Painting over several years for many painting, drywall and light carpentry jobs in our home. Pete Baier and his crew are excellent to work with, punctual, clean and great craftsman who stand behind their work. I will continue to use Pete and have recommended his company to many family members and neighbors who are also all very satisfied with his work product.
- Richard J....
FQuaker Millwork & Lumber
We had looked on-line at companies that build custom doors; those companies promised 3 week delivery but we wanted to shop local so went with Quaker Millwork to purchase new interior doors for our home renovation.  We visited the showroom and saw nice products so we placed our order.  We were told our order would take 5 weeks. Instead, it took 11 weeks.  Calls to inquire about status of project rarely were returned or returned in a timely manner.  When they were returned, the answers were vague, or creative, at best - ranging from, ?we decided to bring the work in house? to ?the only guy that does the work is out sick?.   As the project bogged down, we felt our $6,000 residential job wasn?t big enough for Quaker to care about.  Quaker?s inability to deliver pushed our finish date for our home remodel back further and further given that it could not really be complete without bedroom doors, closet doors and bathroom doors. Interestingly of the four wonderful reviews posted on superpages.com; 3 were posted on the same day, coincidence?  Two of those even had the exact same wording, go figure.
- Andrew K....
FHandyman Extraordinaire
Terrible. Completed work arrived when he was supposed to. Work was not to my satisfaction. Trim was installed crooked and shower doors leak. When I called him about it, he basically said it was my problem. I told him I had to pay him for work I have fix. He said "yup, I guess so."
- Chris L....
AHibbard Home Improvement
.Mr. Hibbard was very personable and professional. He offered a good price for the amount of work that I needed to have done. He arrived at my home along with his carpenter promptly as scheduled to discuss the details before the work started. The work was completed on time and very well done
- Robin K....
AJim Andrews (Please contact me by E-mail only)
Jim was awesome. So easy t o talk to and work with. did the job exactly as I described. We were so happy with the quality of the work when he finsihed the intial job that we hired him for which was to rebuild the driveway gate, that I hired him for 3-4 other projects. He was on time - completed the work very timley and with quality craftsmanship. I will be looking for Jim for any of my other carpentry needs - he was fantastic!
- Johnathan W....
FWindow World of Buffalo
I will NEVER use this company again, nor would I refer them. I ordered the materials in March.  They finally arrived on June 15. They came to install everything on June 18. They somehow forgot to order the interior trim for the 2 doors. After calling several times, they finally were coming on AUGUST 28. They get to my house, they are missing a part. Mind you, that took over 8 weeks. After calling and calling again, I finally get ahold of someome and they told me they forgot to call me. Hello....what kind of company are you running??? I paid almost $5000!!! So they are supposed to come today between 8:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m.  My husband takes off of work for the THIRD time.  It is now 11:35 a.m.  If they do not show up, I'm not sure what my recourse will be. DO NOT USE THIS COMPANY
- Michelle G....
AGreat North Painting & More Inc
Don and Nick Pellegrino go over and above to make sure that the job is done correctly. Their work exceeded expectations. They always provided updates when the weather was interfering with scheduling. Will not hesitate to use this company in the future.
- Susan M....
ADouglas Construction
lLiving in a 112 year-old home we've had many contractors over the years.  All of them were goo but none that could compare to Douglas Construction.  Inspectors and subcontractors coming through the building were awed by the quality of Doug's work.  His work ethic is unbelievable and he used only subs and suppliers who are able to perform to his high standards.  The respect shown by his peers says a great deal.  Doug, his crew and subcontractors were here for about 41/2 months.  They were all professional, honest, dependable and a pleasure to work with.  Our questions and concerns were addressed immediately, and frequently with humor.  Doug and his crew were very considerate to us and to our neighbors. Upon completion we were asked to make a list of things we felt needed to be adddressed.  We could not find anything that was overlooked or not done to our complete satisfaction.  Doug Edwards deserves the utmost respect for the quality of his work, his profewssionalsim and his honesty.  We will certainly use him again and thank you so much for all you did.
- Judy F....
DRandy McWethy's HandyMan Services
The first time I hired him a few years ago he a good job of painting my living room and dining room.  I subsequently hired him for some odd jobs and he did a decent job for a fair amount.  Last week I hired him to remove the wallpaper in my kitchen, paint the ceiling, repair the walls, paint the walls, remove the linoleum, then replace the linoleum with a laminate floor.  He bid $650 for the job with me buying the paint and the floor.  the kitchen is 12 x 12, with L-shaped cabinets and a little less than 120 sq feet of open floor space.   It was to be a three day job but I subsequently decided that sheet vinyl was the best option and he does not install sheet vinyl.  but that didn't help shorten the job.  At the end of four days he had removed old linoleum, removed the wallpaper, replaced two sections of the subfloor, painted the ceiling, repaired the walls, painted the walls, and installed trim between the kitchen cabinets and the ceiling for $600.  I?m hiring someone else to install a vinyl sheet floor. I don?t know what happen between the first time I had hired him a few years ago and this time, but this time was 180 degrees different.  I paid him because I thought he was honestly trying to do the job even though I have concluded he did not have the necessary skills or knowledge to accomplish the task in a satisfactory matter.  At least he did show up and try.  But in the end all I got for my money was the removal of the wall paper, a passable job on the trim for the cabinets, and perhaps an adequate replacement of two sections of the subfloor.  I?m $600 poorer but not $600 closer to completion of the project. On the first day, Friday, he showed up with nothing more than a putty knife to remove the wallpaper.  Realizing that would not suffice, he decided to remove the old linoleum floor first, which was a mistake because the subfloor ended up with no protection from the removal of the wallpaper, repair of the walls, and painting.  Moreover, he merely ripped the rubber baseboard off the wall and the cabinets, leaving most of the glue, which he then proceeded to sand off the wall (he never removed the glue from the cabinets.  I subsequently learned that he should have used a heat gun to remove the baseboard and glue together, and the heat gun and a putty knife to remove the residue.  He knew I had a heat gun because I told him I had purchased many years ago to remove some stubborn wallpaper in the bedroom. After removing the floor, he left for about an hour and a-half to buy a steamer and some plywood to replace two sections of the subfloor.  When he returned he replaced the two sections of the subfloor, but he didn?t make a cut around the door jam on one side of the stairwell. A piece needs to be put in that small section because otherwise the vinyl floor will have no support and will crack and deteriorate at that spot.  He did not fill in the spaces between the old and new plywood sections, nor did he cover the nails.  I don?t know if that is necessary but it was obvious that it was done when the original subfloor was put in.   I won?t know until the floor installer shows up whether his work on the subfloor needs to be completed or replaced.  But that was only the beginning of my disappointment with his work this time. I?m also going to hire someone to fix the walls properly and repaint them.  As the pictures show he left lots of holes and uneven sections in the walls, every wall has paint drips, and he even left a few spots unpainted.  Although he was here for four days, he barely worked 2 1/2 days.  He didn?t show up until 10 am each morning, and except for Saturday, he would leave by 3 pm or 4 pm, and took an hour or more for lunch.  On Saturday he showed up at 10, left at 11 because he was sick, returned about 2, then worked until about 7.   I removed about one-quarter of the wallpaper myself on Friday night and Saturday because it was obvious the job was otherwise going to go on forever. I also spent about an hour Saturday night cleaning Durabond off the woodwork, cabinets, counters, and sink.  On Sunday I had to chase him down my driveway to get him to come back and clean up all the primer he had gotten on the windows, trim, and counters.I don't know what it will cost me to hire someone to repaint the walls (after properly repairing all the poorly repaired sections) but I do know I can do a better job myself than what I got for $600.
- Gary B....