Fort Recovery Pocket Door Installation

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Business Description: A & K Door provides quality work in the Shelby county area with expert installation and service on overhead doors, entry doors, and windows. Rob Falke brings over 30 years of service to your next installation or service call. We are a licensed, bonded, and insured company. As a full-service company, we also repair broken springs, install new doors and windows. We provide service and installation of: Overhead Doors Entry Doors Windows Make the affordable and professional choice, call A & K Door today. We do repairs
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Recent Review:  We were very blessed to have Greg and his crew complete several remodeling projects in our large 1950's ranch. They were  professional, dependable, knowledgeable and each one did quality craftsmanship. They were a great group of men and we  would highly recommend them for any of your remodeling needs. We hope to use them again in the near future as our remodel     progresses.
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Recent Review: The 1st job was done on time and under estimate, front door work was perfect and exactly what we ordered. I was completely satisfied with everything and the workers know exactly what to do.
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Recent Review: We limited our search for service providers to Angie's List. Based on the reports we read and our meeting with Mike Shadoan, we decided right away we wanted Radiant to do the job. We didn't feel it was necessary for us to look any further. The team of employees (yes, employees, no subs) did an excellent job, were friendly, professional, paid close attention to detail, and were a pleasure to work with. We enjoyed doing business with Radiant and will call on them again for future replacement door and window needs.
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Recent Review: Absolutely wonderful he's coming out to do our back door after my surgery! I can not wait!
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Recent Review: One of the things we loved about working with Stahl-Mowery was the ideas they had.  We had worked previously with an architect to get ideas and we actually liked Paul's ideas and plans better.  I wanted a large open kitchen/sunroom addition with lots of windows and a patio door where I could see the countryside and we loved his ideas on how to achieve it. He also suggested a covered porch off of the kitchen/sunroom with a fan that is great for sitting outside. We enlarged and covered the front porch as well.  It was a very large project because not only were we adding an addition, we were also bringing the rest of the house up to modern day standards as it had no central heat, very few lights and outlets and no upstairs bath.  We added outlets/switches/lights to each room, the basement, the attic, as well as many ceiling fans.  We had issues with old plaster that needed to be repaired/replaced.  Most of the wood floors were refinished except for in the kitchen/dining room/laundry room where we had to put down new flooring. They added a laundry room with a closet and laundry tub vanity. The entire interior of the house was repainted as well. We took one of the upstairs bathrooms and made it into a bathroom. The toilet is enclosed in its own little room with a pocket door and we have a large shower, vanity and linen closet.  We absolutely love the bathroom. However, our favorite room is the kitchen/sunroom. We had an idea for it from the architect but the architect still had a supporting wall in the plan (since we were knocking out the back corner of the house).  I didn't care for it and Paul came up with exactly what was in my head for a large open room with an island, lots of large windows and a patio door. He took the architect's plans and made them so much better.  He also enlarged the doorway to the rest of the house to make it as large as possible to add to the openness. They also insulated the whole house and put in insulation and ventilation/soffits in the attic in addition to a new floor in the that just had boards over the joists. So they turned a creepy attic into a large usable storage space. Their carpenter is a genius.  The old house had cherry trim around the windows but white trim on the inside of the windows. When replacing the windows he carefully matched new wood with old to create a trim around and inside the window frame to match. He also matched the wood work in the addition so that, even though we wanted white to match our white shaker-style cabinets, the trim was the same style.  Also in the upstairs bathroom because of the new walls, he has to match trim as well. He built a matching frame around a large mirror in the upstairs bath which we love.  We did encounter numerous issues along the way.  The garage floor was not sloped and so did not drain and we ended up with large frozen puddles right after it was completed that winter.  In the process of taking off the end of the house, since we had no central heat, the pipes froze and burst in the basement and the water softener was ruined. The time frame was way longer than we anticipated.  There would be days when no one was working because the subs were working elsewhere. There were smaller issues that are bound to arise when doing construction. So we had our share of frustrating times. However having said that, in the end we absolutely LOVE our "new" farmhouse. Everything that was an issue was addressed and fixed. The garage floor was jack-hammered up and redone at a slope. All the busted pipes and the water softener were replaced. Smaller details were addressed. We have two residences and the farm was going to be our weekend getaway house. But we love it so much that we spend most of our time there and in a couple years we plan to sell our other house and just live there. In the end, Paul told us he wanted us to be happy with the job and he would do whatever he had to do to get the job done right.  I would hire him again knowing that the time frame might be longer than hoped but knowing that, in the end, the job would be done right. 
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Recent Review: Mike Thompson and his team did substantial exterior work on our large Victorian home in Wilmington, Ohio, in the Summer of 2017, and we have been extremely satisfied with the high quality, the speed, and the very reasonable cost of the work. We moved into our house in the Fall of 2016, and it needed substantial work. There were large holes rotted out of several places on the eaves, which was allowing birds to enter our attic and causing the gutters to be non-functional. The house also had a paint job that was nearly fifteen years old, and desperately needed a new coat on the entirety of the exterior. Mike let us know that the work on the eaves would be a substantial undertaking because the box gutters themselves had mostly deteriorated. The rate he offered us for the work, however, was much, much lower than two box gutter specialists from the Cincinnati area, and it quickly became clear that we would benefit from someone who knew the area and had worked on many similar homes in the city (as it turned out, Mike’s dad had actually worked on this house when it was temporarily converted into apartments a few decades ago—and that he was responsible for preserving the house’s awesome pocket doors!). Despite several rain delays, Mike and his team had the job done within a few weeks, and the eaves looked like new (after having previously looked like they belonged on an abandoned house). In addition to the gutter work, Mike and his team also did an absolutely fantastic paint job on the entire exterior. We were interested in an authentic polychrome Victorian paintjob for the house, and they more than delivered. With our permission, the team got creative in their work, and we are glad they did. The exterior details of the home (columns, frieze, door) were painted to make them “pop,” where previously many of the embellishments would have been unnoticeable to passersby. We’re not the only ones satisfied with the job: we have had literally dozens of neighbors and other Wilmington residents tell us that they are delighted by the updates—and that the house is once again one of their favorites in the entire city (and if you know Wilmington, you know there are a lot of great houses in this town). Not only was Mike’s original work excellent, but he will soon be returning to patch up a couple of spots that need minor repairs, a service that we’re very grateful for. I know Mike is proud of the work he did on this house, and he should be. We truly live in a stunning house, and we have Thompson Home Improvementto thank for that.

Reviews for Pocket Door Installation in Fort Recovery

AGH Handyman LLC
 We were very blessed to have Greg and his crew complete several remodeling projects in our large 1950's ranch. They were  professional, dependable, knowledgeable and each one did quality craftsmanship. They were a great group of men and we  would highly recommend them for any of your remodeling needs. We hope to use them again in the near future as our remodel     progresses.
- Kathy R....
AKGS Ohio LLC
The 1st job was done on time and under estimate, front door work was perfect and exactly what we ordered. I was completely satisfied with everything and the workers know exactly what to do.
- Arthur M....
AKGS Ohio LLC
Dave was on time. He took his time to make sure everything fit perfectly. We are very much satisfied with the good work he performed on installing the new door.
- Charles G....
AHOME DEPOT
They are good. They were fine. They were professional. The quality was good. They did a good job. Their price was average and I shopped around. They were on time.
- Jeff T....
BStahl Mowery Construction
One of the things we loved about working with Stahl-Mowery was the ideas they had.  We had worked previously with an architect to get ideas and we actually liked Paul's ideas and plans better.  I wanted a large open kitchen/sunroom addition with lots of windows and a patio door where I could see the countryside and we loved his ideas on how to achieve it. He also suggested a covered porch off of the kitchen/sunroom with a fan that is great for sitting outside. We enlarged and covered the front porch as well.  It was a very large project because not only were we adding an addition, we were also bringing the rest of the house up to modern day standards as it had no central heat, very few lights and outlets and no upstairs bath.  We added outlets/switches/lights to each room, the basement, the attic, as well as many ceiling fans.  We had issues with old plaster that needed to be repaired/replaced.  Most of the wood floors were refinished except for in the kitchen/dining room/laundry room where we had to put down new flooring. They added a laundry room with a closet and laundry tub vanity. The entire interior of the house was repainted as well. We took one of the upstairs bathrooms and made it into a bathroom. The toilet is enclosed in its own little room with a pocket door and we have a large shower, vanity and linen closet.  We absolutely love the bathroom. However, our favorite room is the kitchen/sunroom. We had an idea for it from the architect but the architect still had a supporting wall in the plan (since we were knocking out the back corner of the house).  I didn't care for it and Paul came up with exactly what was in my head for a large open room with an island, lots of large windows and a patio door. He took the architect's plans and made them so much better.  He also enlarged the doorway to the rest of the house to make it as large as possible to add to the openness. They also insulated the whole house and put in insulation and ventilation/soffits in the attic in addition to a new floor in the that just had boards over the joists. So they turned a creepy attic into a large usable storage space. Their carpenter is a genius.  The old house had cherry trim around the windows but white trim on the inside of the windows. When replacing the windows he carefully matched new wood with old to create a trim around and inside the window frame to match. He also matched the wood work in the addition so that, even though we wanted white to match our white shaker-style cabinets, the trim was the same style.  Also in the upstairs bathroom because of the new walls, he has to match trim as well. He built a matching frame around a large mirror in the upstairs bath which we love.  We did encounter numerous issues along the way.  The garage floor was not sloped and so did not drain and we ended up with large frozen puddles right after it was completed that winter.  In the process of taking off the end of the house, since we had no central heat, the pipes froze and burst in the basement and the water softener was ruined. The time frame was way longer than we anticipated.  There would be days when no one was working because the subs were working elsewhere. There were smaller issues that are bound to arise when doing construction. So we had our share of frustrating times. However having said that, in the end we absolutely LOVE our "new" farmhouse. Everything that was an issue was addressed and fixed. The garage floor was jack-hammered up and redone at a slope. All the busted pipes and the water softener were replaced. Smaller details were addressed. We have two residences and the farm was going to be our weekend getaway house. But we love it so much that we spend most of our time there and in a couple years we plan to sell our other house and just live there. In the end, Paul told us he wanted us to be happy with the job and he would do whatever he had to do to get the job done right.  I would hire him again knowing that the time frame might be longer than hoped but knowing that, in the end, the job would be done right. 
- Chandra H....