Miamisburg Crown Molding Installaion

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AJDI Handyman Services
I would recommend JDI Handyman service to all my family and friends. They are priced fairly and also did an amazing job. They have such a friendly office staff. Amanda is so great to work with. I will use JDI Handyman for all my house hold needs going forward. I am so glad that I discovered them.
- Charritye G....
AAll Renovations Inc
From start to finish, All Renovations (Mir) was very responsive which is important to find a contractor who is. We were moving back into the area and Mir was wonderful in working with us through email and phone. We were nervous to have work done while not there to see what was going on but pictures were sent and any concerns were addressed. They made it so easy for us. We were extremely pleased when we finally showed up to see our home and the work done. Would highly recommend All Renovations!
- Amanda W....
ADave's Handyman Service
Dave Williamson has done many home repairs for me over the past few years and I have always been very pleased with his work. He is also a very nice person.
- Jerri K....
AReally Clean LLC
Adrian is, in a word,  "fantastic".  Every project is done to perfection, on time, and he leaves your home spotless when he's done.  His prices are fair and reasonable and he'll do everything possible to please his customers.  We heard about him originally from one of our neighbors and we have given him referrals to other neighbors and friends.  I don't know of a single complaint or dissatisfied customer.
- Arthur T....
AJ&S Custom Renovations
I could purchase my own materials, if I wanted; however, sometimes John was able to get a lower price with his contractor's discount. He also gave me the option to pay the supplier directly for my material. John was very considerate of my time and wanted to give the most options possible. He is very professional. One of the best parts of the job is that he cleaned up every day before leaving! I get so many compliments on my remodel! John was very prompt and responsive and gave great consideration to the tiniest details of the project. Great job!
- Treva S....
DIf I Had a Hammer
Due to a water leak, I hired Greg to repair the molded wall, repair the leak, and install new kitchen counters and cabinets. Greg was very friendly and easy to work with in the beginning and was very responsive with questions we had. Once the work began, the problems started. The project timelines were poorly managed by Greg, which led to long delays and the job not completed for over four months. Greg and his team were very sloppy, would leave messes behind, and the quality of their work of that of a novice, not a professional. As I would identify areas of concern, I would relay them to Greg and he would promptly reply “I will take care of it”. As the list grew longer and the issues were not being resolved, I kept a list posted in the kitchen as a reminder. Many of the issues were resolved after continuous reminders. Many issues still remain. Greg repeatedly said that he was a man of his word, but he left my kitchen with so many errors, that I lost faith and gave up. The list of issues that I still have are as follows: 1) Crown molding not aligned, straight (bad cuts, hidden with putty and cardboard to hide flaws) asked to repair (ignored) 2) Damage and screw holes to inside of cabinets (brought to Greg’s attention, his response was I wouldn’t notice once I put stuff in the cabinets) not repaired 3) Baseboard repair was not completed and was thrown together without consultation. Brought to his attention and it was ignored. 4) Backsplash had to be repaired multiple times due to poor install. Had to fill in many missing grout lines myself after 3 visits and incomplete work. Very poor tile work! 5) Side panel installation was done poorly and many gaps are showing because the work was not done correctly. An attempt to hide these flaws with like color caulking. Looks bad 6) Pipes under sink began leaking within a month 7) Paid to have a telephone jack removed and capped off. Later discovered that the phone lines were “capped” with blue painters tape (fire hazard) and caused the phone system in the house to go down. Had to open the wall up to repair. Did not complete drywall work, but left 80% complete and advised me to finish sanding. 8) The above issues are still unresolved, but at this point, I would prefer to pay someone else to do better quality work than hear Greg and his crew complain about the “Project that just won’t end”
- Daniel D....
FKitchens By Design
April, 2014 we signed a contract for a complete custom kitchen remodel. The job included removing walls, replacing flooring, new cabinets, counters, backsplash, new gas line, new vent line for range hood, removing existing lights and installing new LED can lights and pendant lighting. The agreed upon price was $43650. The job was supposed to start June 2nd and take four weeks.  We paid them a $14550 deposit when the contract was signed and another $14550 when the work started. The day they were to start construction they showed up to advise me the floor and cabinets weren?t in yet. The project would be delayed indefinitely unless we picked out a new floor. When the new floor was installed around the middle of June they damaged most of the walls in the kitchen and dining room (leaving holes, dents, and scratches in the walls) in the process, and left exposed nails in the basement ceiling (it?s a finished basement with an open ceiling). None of this was repaired. They didn?t paint any of the trim, you can still see their pencil marks. The teenager they had removing and reinstalling the trim around the floor had no idea what he was doing.  The caulk he used for the trim is all over the wall.  When the cabinets arrived, they had been ordered incorrectly and had to be reordered.  Most arrived damaged.  When the correct cabinets where finally installed there was still damage on most of them, none has been repaired. There are cabinet drawers that are not level and cabinet hardware that is crooked. There are cabinet doors that don?t open right, that don?t close flush with each other or have gaps in between them. The crown molding was cut and installed incorrectly and they used caulk to try to cover the flaws, most of which has shrunk or cracked. The caulk also put a yellow tint at the top of the white cabinet trim. The grout they used for the tile backsplash has started to crack. When they installed the appliances they dropped my new cooktop on the new floor, damaging both the appliance and the floor.  The also damaged the front of the new refrigerator. None of this has been repaired/replaced. The trim kit around the microwave was installed incorrectly and the microwave moves every time you try to open it. When I was replacing the covers for the electrical outlets/switches (because the left all of them for me to install myself) I discovered they had crammed too much electrical wire into one of the boxes because the screw for the cover went into electrical wire, giving me an electric shock (while I was 8 months pregnant) and causing the wall around the box to be scorched.  There are also electrical outlets not installed correctly and the faceplates don?t lie flush with the wall.  I have no idea what other issues there might be with their electrical work behind the walls.  There are gaps above the new can lights where they are not flush with the ceiling. They tried to match the stomp pattern on the ceiling instead of re-stomping the entire ceiling and it?s clear the patterns don?t match.  The under counter lighting they installed was just a strip on LED lights that has already fallen off. Shortly after they ran the new gas line and vent for the range hood my water heater stopped working, pilot light wouldn?t stay lit. They said this had nothing to do with their work so I had to hire a plumber to repair it.  We installed a new water heater.  Shortly after, the pilot on the new one wouldn?t stay lit either.  Our plumber then discovered the gas line wasn?t grounded and the vent line they ran for the range hood was tied into the water heater line causing the pilot light to go out, but also causing carbon monoxide to escape into our house.  As you know, this can be a deadly situation.  The owner, Miles Johnson, acknowledged this to be fact and said he rectified the situation by firing the person responsible.  However, he could have KILLED my family.  That can?t be rectified.  They never got a single permit for the job.
- Todd R....
FHome Depot
The purchase couldn't have gone better.  Everything I asked them to do in terms of modifications to the cabinets to fit my needs they were able to promise. The delivery was where the problems started to develop and it's been going downhill since then.  I was called and told a day and a time frame that they would be here to deliver the cabinets.  I was told that they "would be here between 2pm & 6pm" on that day. Having to run errands I left home to do these prior to the 2pm start of the delivery timeframe.  Upon returning home at 1:30 I found a Kraftmaid semi sitting in front of my house.  The delivery men were quiet and seemed p***** off.  I said I was sorry that I wasn't home when they arrived (even though I was there in plenty of time for 2 o'clock) They began to unload and I started to assist them. They continued to be sullen and I apologized again that they had to wait.  I was apparently in the way of one of the delivery people and he said "excuse me" but the tone was (get the h*** out of the way!)  When I was signed for the delivery, I again apologized for not being here when they arrived and asked how long they had been waiting.  The employee said that they had gotten to my home at 11:50 and had been calling my cell & home phone to contact me.  My cell had a dead battery and was in my home so I wasn't getting the calls.  I again said I was sorry and then he said "It happens all the time! We are the fasted crew they have and it happened just yesterday!"   WHY was I made to feel guilty by them if this is a common occurrence? The installers (Himmelburg Construction) came on the assigned day but called to say that they would be about two hours late.  The two that arrived were in their twenties and I mentally questioned their ability, but they seemed to understand the job.  First thing they brought up was installing crown molding around the chimney and that I didn't want to do it.  (This should have been my first clue that they didn't have the skill to do the job)  They installed all of the cabinets by 3:30 with the exception of three over the dryer/washer that were ordered too long to fit the space and wouldn?t allow the washer cover to open. One of the guys asked if he could return the next day (Saturday morning) to finish up the trim work.  I agreed and he said he'd be here about 9:30.  Saturday came and about 9:30 the installer called to say that he was in line at the DMV getting his license renewed and it would be a couple hours until he could get to my home.  He got here about 12 or so and got to work. At about 4:00pm he said he was done and handed me a 'satisfaction survey' and then stood there while I filled it out.  I didn't inspect his work cause he was in a hurry and I had expected him to be done by 2:00 so that I could get to an errand so I was in a hurry.  I completed the survey based on his attitude and not his work.  That night we inspected the job and found it to be totally screwed up!  None of the miters on the  trim work matched up, he had used touchup putty to try and cover up the mistakes, he had installed scribe mold everywhere wither it needed it or not (I had expected that they would actually scribe the cabinets to the wall and not use scribe) The desk & upper unit were so close to the chimney that they barely cleared and the upper door would not open fully once a handle was put on it. Both upper and lower units on the other side of the chimney were not even centered in the opening. They were off by a quarter of an inch and readily noticeable without a measuring tape.   The sink base was only attached at the rear and wiggled if touched.  The Kraftmaid cabinets were not as advertised in the store.  All of the router work was rough and not sanded smooth prior to finishing, the finish on the miters was a different color than the rest of the door, there were noticeable knots and flaws that should not have passed quality control, etc. I contacted Home Depot and told them all of this information. I was told that they use scribe mold on all of their installations and they are not a 'custom cabinet' store and don't offer a custom fit.  Not what I was told when I was sold the product. They promised to do every change that I requested!  The installer (Himmelburg Construction) came out and agreed that the molding work was not adequate and needed to be redone. He said that he was at fault in sending out a less experienced installer since the job was "only a laundry room".  (I would think that you would send out your best to a job that is spending $12,000+ on "only a laundry room") I don't trust that they have the skill to redo the job since the installer that came out still tried to talk me out of doing crown mold around the chimney.   Not hearing anything back from HD I scheduled a meeting with the manager of the Kitchen  department. I meet with her and said that I had told the sales person that I wanted a "hassle-free" install/purchase/product and that now I was involved in a hassle. I said that I wanted them to remove all of the cabinetry and give me a total refund.  She said she doubted that would happen (Although I found out later that their refund policy does allow this if you pay a 15% restocking fee) and that they would lose $20,000 if they did that!  (I don't see how you can lose almost twice what the job cost?)  She said she'd discuss with the store manager on Monday and let me know Tue or Wed the outcome.  On the following Friday I called to ask what was resolved and found that Robin was out.  The following Monday she called to tell me that they wouldn't do a return.  I called the Corporate Customer Service team to try and return the product. The corporate customer service team promises to resolve your issue and appears to understand your problem. They agreed that my complaint was valid and that they would direct the store to remove the cabinets and do a full refund of my purchase price.   This was on the 24th of September.  The local store & Kraftmaid keep ordering replacement doors, drawers and other items in an attempt to 'fix' the problem.  The Kraftmaid Representative indicated that the flaws that upsets me most about these cabinets is a process of the manufacturing. Therefore I don't understand why he thinks that giving me more flawed doors & drawers along with additional options for free would make the product more acceptable?   Further calls to the customer care team resulted in them telling me that directions to remove the cabinets and issue a full refund would be communicated on up the chain of command.  All the way up to the District Level they have refused to follow these instruction, or the care team member was just telling me what I wanted to hear. However, it appears that Home Depot Corporate office Customer Care team is not worth your time in contacting them. It seems you are at the mercy of whatever band of managers happens to be in your local store/district. Today, October 31st, the store manager and district services manager came out to look at the job.  They took pictures, looked everything over, and then asked me what was my major compliant.  I told them I was not happy with the product and it?s installation and that I wanted to return it.  They told me that they could do that but that it would cost me the entire installation price, plus the cost to remove it, and a 15% restocking fee. This is not what corporate customer service told me.   The local store manager and district service manager said that if I allowed them to have their installer fix all of the install errors they felt that I would be happier & pleased with the product.  How do I trust their installer (Himmelburg Construction) after this to be competent to complete the job to my satisfaction? It is now November 14th and the District Sales Manager has contacted me and told me that they would take back the cabinets if I paid for 75% of the install (I don't expect to pay for any of it since it was unacceptable) and a 15% restocking fee.  (The restocking fee is part of their standard refund policy on special orders and should have been the first thing that the Kitchen & Bath manager should have offered to me back in August)! Also on the 14th of November I get a express letter from Home Depot corporate offices with a "Release & Settlement" Agreement attached asking me to agree to settle for the above offer and waive all further rights on the matter.  This letter prompted me to call my attorney.  This is where we stand today. Bottom line:  Beware of doing any business with any Home Depot in the Cincy/Dayton/Piqua area.  The installer told that they do the install of cabinets for all of the stores in that entire area.
- Dean F....

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