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Business Description: BRINK Home Improvement & Renovation can take care of all your homes needs. Facebook photos https://www.facebook.com/BRINKHOMEIMPROVEMENTLLC/posts/ We offer everything from remodeling kitchens and bathrooms to taking care of your honey-do-list. BRINK specializes in making a large renovation painless for you at an affordable price! We are extremely professional and punctual. we now offer financing for our clients to help our https://app.supermoney.com/loan/home-improvement/brink-home-improvement-renovations-llc .We are also experts at decks, doors, painting, windows, fences, tile, sinks, flooring, and screens. Owner has 15 years hands on experience while being a 2nd generation construction company. BRINK prides themselves on quality not quantity. Craftsmen are all background checked. Call today and mention angieslist to receive an additional 5% off!
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Business Description: With over 20 years in the construction business, Danny’s portfolio of work includes interiors for corporate clients including Home Depot, Starbucks, Bjs, Teavana, Resorts world casinos, JC Penny’s, Barnes and Noble, Yankee Stadium and Charleston International Airport. He started out in construction as a one man residential contractor in New York before deciding to move his family to the Charleston area. He loves working with home owners and building results that surpass their expectations. Danny takes pride in getting the job done in a timely manner, and his customers applaud him for keeping each project neat, on schedule and efficient. If you are looking for a contractor that will “get it done” and “done right”, Danny’s reputation precedes him. Bathroom Remodeling * Kitchen Remodeling * Furniture Refinishing * Hardwood and Tile Floor Installation * Tiles * Demolition * Attic and Basement Refinishing * Doors * Trim * Crown, Base, Chair & Picture Moldings * Interior Framing * Sheet Rock * Repair Ceiling & Wall Cracks, Holes, Patches * Repair * Ceiling & Wall Damage from Water / Fire * Fencing * Custom Fireplace Mantels / Tiling * Mud Rooms
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Business Description: We specialize in designing and building your deck, patio, outdoor kitchen, pergola, firepit, etc. We treat every project big or small like it is our own and let our quality and workmanship speak for itself.
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Business Description: State liscensed builders who specialize in additions, kitchen and bath remodeling, siding, and replacement windows. all work is guaranteed, and referances are provided upon request. over 40 years of combined experence. We are licensed across the board and are your one stop shop for all projects as we do NOT subcontract out any of our services! Free estimates and in home counsultation. insured and bonded for your protection!
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Recent Review: Two structural walls removed, full gut of kitchen, new custom built cabinets, new hardwood floors throughout, fireplace update, paint entire first floor, install all new appliances, lighting. Vaskos committed to a project timeline of 6 weeks from start to finish and delivered in 5. Their onsite team, Barry and Vic, are super professional, I cant say enough about their commitment to quality and dedication to doing the job right. There were hiccups during the project that could of delayed it but they always figured out a solution and kept things moving. The office support team, Britne and Patty, did a great job making sure project supplies were onsite when needed ensuring the project timeline was on schedule. We bid this project out with other general contractors who came in significantly higher and who used all sub-contractors. Vaskos was more affordable than those other contractors and did much of the work with their own staff reduce to reduce the need for subs and control the quality. My wife and I highly recommend Vaskos Quality Builders for your home project.
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Recent Review: C and S construction did an outstanding job. On time every day, had great prices, everyone on the job was very professional as well.
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Recent Review: Other than some delays and a hiccup with the counter installation, it went relatively smoothly.  The remodeled kitchen look very much  like the design we had in mind and is surprisingly bright and spacious.  In this project we tore out a 50+ year old kitchen (knotty pine walls & cabinets, worn-out formica, ancient appliances).   We wanted a larger window for more light & to rearrange the counter layout.  We had planned this for several years and had done a lot of homework on cabinetry, appliances, tiling choices, etc., which paid off in spades: we know what we wanted done at nearly every step along the way.  The only exception was the replacement window; after roughing out the larger opening, the replacement (vinyl) window Mike came up with had no more glass than the original - the difference in size was all absorbed by the oversized framing.  We did more research and found a better window from a different vendor for not much extra money that suited our needs.  This did cause a delay in the progress - can't finish interior trim with only a temporary window.  Mike's crews were, for the most part, professional, efficient, and hard working - the plumber stayed until nearly midnight one night to finish his part so that the sheet rockers could do their thing the next day.  There were a few glitches - some outlets & light switches were not hooked up correctly the first time (easily fixed), a few cabinet doors were dinged and needed to be reordered (more delays), the main countertop slab was scratched & needed to be replaced (took some convincing but the installer's attempt to "buff it out" only made it worse; more delays) - but eventually everything fell into place.

Reviews in Johns Island to Install Outdoor Kitchen

AVASKO'S QUALITY BUILDERS
Two structural walls removed, full gut of kitchen, new custom built cabinets, new hardwood floors throughout, fireplace update, paint entire first floor, install all new appliances, lighting. Vaskos committed to a project timeline of 6 weeks from start to finish and delivered in 5. Their onsite team, Barry and Vic, are super professional, I cant say enough about their commitment to quality and dedication to doing the job right. There were hiccups during the project that could of delayed it but they always figured out a solution and kept things moving. The office support team, Britne and Patty, did a great job making sure project supplies were onsite when needed ensuring the project timeline was on schedule. We bid this project out with other general contractors who came in significantly higher and who used all sub-contractors. Vaskos was more affordable than those other contractors and did much of the work with their own staff reduce to reduce the need for subs and control the quality. My wife and I highly recommend Vaskos Quality Builders for your home project.
- Clark P....
AC & S Construction Group LLC
C and S construction did an outstanding job. On time every day, had great prices, everyone on the job was very professional as well.
- Mary C....
FThe Renovators Inc
Shannon Davidson and his partner Chris Hicks came highly recommended, so we thought we had a good contractor. The role of the GC is to make sure the work is done according to what was agreed upon at the time of contract. Unfortunately, not too long into the job, we discovered that we had a texting contractor who would rarely appear at the site to supervise his subs, but who could be counted on to show when he needed money. The job was no small job. It included a very large bluestone patio, an outdoor kitchen, pergola, fountain, and a total kitchen rip out and renovation inside. Since this contractor turned out not to be hands- on, we constantly had subs showing up unsupervised. This became quite problematic with the patio. The grouting was amateurish at best. They even laid the patio over our sprinkler system even though it was clearly marked. These things made it necessary to rip up a great deal of the grout and redo it, and it required fixing the sprinkler system and addressing a drainage issue ? one that should have been addressed before construction as we agreed on. Most things had to be redone 2 or 3 times. If I weren?t supervising the best I could, more of the job outside would have had to be redone. The outdoor kitchen had to be redone a couple of times due to incorrect measurements. The granite top had to be redone because a template was never made. The plumbing and electrical work constantly required additional visits due to mistakes or misunderstandings because we had no one on site overseeing the job etc.  These conditions lengthened the job considerably. The contractor made good on these corrections, but the inconvenience was immense. For the pergola, I was introduced to the carpenters who were going to build it, but they failed to show and new ones were sent. A load of wood was delivered and two guys showed up by themselves. I asked them how many pergolas they had built, and one of them admitted that he had experience with only one ? his personal one. The other gentleman had no experience building one. They were sent with no plans as well. I was asked by my contractor via text to give them a photo of what I wanted. Later, I was asked to trace out the shape of the ends of the beams directly onto the wood. I felt I had to be there all the time because of this lack of supervision of the subs.  I ended up researching and buying brackets for the pergola so I could end up with a pergola that was close to the one I showed to my contractor originally.  In the end, the pergola came out okay, but the patio floor was a huge disappointment (see photos), and there were structural problems with the outdoor kitchen. Grout covers most of the stones in many places, and generally looks sloppy.  Inside our house, similar problems were occurring. The lack of attention to detail, lack of supervision of subs, subs acting unprofessionally (complaining, voicing concerns about getting paid, and throwing fits) and missing cabinet components, made this as stressful as the outside work. I had sub contractors at my home on weekends and at night. Since nothing was covered, as agreed upon, the dust created a huge mess, and keeping my furnishings clean was almost impossible.  I made my displeasure known to this contractor over and over again about the texting, the problems on site, and the problems with some subs, but he failed to make any meaningful changes. It was found out during the job, that this contractor had 13 jobs going and my husband and I felt that our job ? although totaling almost $75,000 worth of work was not that important to him, or he was just spread too thin. The worst of it was not having the permits pulled for this job that we stressed from the beginning and insisted on throughout the job, only to finally give up in the end due to the lack of coordination of the time frame. I believe the plumbing work and electrical was done properly with my own supervision, but it was not what we agreed on and it generated much stress on my part.  The patio is requiring us to make costly repairs, and issues with the outdoor kitchen still haven?t been resolved. I had to hire a structural engineer, a new contractor, and have lost a lot of time dealing with these problems. Chris Hicks and Shannon Davidson have broken appointments, and basically misrepresented what they would do to remedy the situation. Avoid these guys.....  
- Karen C....
BCommonwealth Contracting LLC
Other than some delays and a hiccup with the counter installation, it went relatively smoothly.  The remodeled kitchen look very much  like the design we had in mind and is surprisingly bright and spacious.  In this project we tore out a 50+ year old kitchen (knotty pine walls & cabinets, worn-out formica, ancient appliances).   We wanted a larger window for more light & to rearrange the counter layout.  We had planned this for several years and had done a lot of homework on cabinetry, appliances, tiling choices, etc., which paid off in spades: we know what we wanted done at nearly every step along the way.  The only exception was the replacement window; after roughing out the larger opening, the replacement (vinyl) window Mike came up with had no more glass than the original - the difference in size was all absorbed by the oversized framing.  We did more research and found a better window from a different vendor for not much extra money that suited our needs.  This did cause a delay in the progress - can't finish interior trim with only a temporary window.  Mike's crews were, for the most part, professional, efficient, and hard working - the plumber stayed until nearly midnight one night to finish his part so that the sheet rockers could do their thing the next day.  There were a few glitches - some outlets & light switches were not hooked up correctly the first time (easily fixed), a few cabinet doors were dinged and needed to be reordered (more delays), the main countertop slab was scratched & needed to be replaced (took some convincing but the installer's attempt to "buff it out" only made it worse; more delays) - but eventually everything fell into place.
- Willem H....