Arrington Bathroom Remodel

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Business Description: Licensed, Insured & Bonded American Building Dynamics is a minority-owned company founded in 2012. Administratively operated primarily by eight women. The company was originally known as Gutter Dynamics. Since the company has grown into a substantial team of premier class A contractors and employees. The company has evolved from offering not only gutter repairs and maintenance but, an array of additional services. To name a few, we now offer siding, window and door installations and repairs, interior, and exterior additions, and kitchen and bathroom renovations and remodels. American Building Dynamics offers a large scope of home improvement services and home renovation options. Our team's mission was to start a company offering our customers quality products and services at an affordable price. Our company provides world-class services to ensure the happiness and satisfaction of all our customers. In addition, with standards of integrity, we back all of our products, services, and workmanship with a 20-year warranty.
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Business Description: Robertson Renovations, Inc. is a licensed and insured Class A contractor providing quality-conscious construction and home remodeling to Charlottesville, Virginia. We are always available to provide free estimates and ideas for your upcoming home renovation projects, including home remodeling such as room additions, garages, loft conversions, finishing basements, kitchen remodeling, bathroom remodeling, exterior home renovation and every aspect of masonry. Whether your project is custom-made bookshelves or a complete home remodeling, a small stone patio, or bricking your dream home, we take the same amount of pride and attention to detail regardless the size of the home renovation project. We proudly serve all of Central Virginia including Charlottesville, Albemarle County, Ruckersville, Greene County and Fluvanna County. Additional Contact Name - Rob Robertson.
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Recent Review: I absolutely agree with the other reviews of the work of DIY Kitchen and Bath. Frank and his team were punctual, stayed true to their estimate and time frame for starting and completing the job, and did fantastic work! When Frank came to my condo to see the work I wanted done and provide me with an estimate, he listened to my wants and to my budget. He provided a great and budget conscious solution to updating my kitchen (paint, kitchen cabinets and countertops, doors). He and his team also did some grout work in my bathroom. I was extremely impressed with the time they took to cover my appliances in my kitchen, the floor, as well as hang plastic to seal off the hallway and living room from the kitchen. Each day that I came home, I realized that they had cleaned up the work from the day. I was surprised and pleased to say the least! I emailed them the day before the last day work was to be done. I told them that I had forgotten to ask if they could reattach a tile on my bathroom floor that had loosened a while back. Frank responded immediately and said that they had already noticed the tile and his guys were going to fix it that day. I will call DIY Kitchen and Bath without hesitation for any future work that I have done in my house!
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Business Description: I specialize in bathrooms and kitchens in addition to general upgrading, renovation design. I work sustainability with my client's priorities and budget in mind. This means being sensitive to waste, energy consumption, rapidly renewable products, or locally sourced producst to name a few. I work with large or small budgets helping keep my clients where they need to be with careful determination aided by experience in the field. For those renovating homes with retirement in mind or perhaps needing to accommodate an older relative within their already existing home, I am able to present ideas that make living at home with age or disabilities something beautiful to behold. Aging In Place systems need not look like you are living in a hospital. These amenities can flow beautifully and seamlessly throughout the house. A list of my credentials follows. References supplied upon request. LEED Green Associate, Certified Build It Green professional (CA), James River Green Building Council member, Certified Aging in Place designer through the National Homebuilders Association.
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Business Description: SLW Construction is a local building contractor that specializes in renovations and remodeling for the past 32 years. We do whole house renovations, room additions, kitchens and bathrooms, basements, replacement windows, roofing and siding, garages, and polebarns. Call for your free estimate today.
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Business Description: A general contractor, building decks, screen in porches, replacing siding, framing, finishing basements, bathrooms and kitchens. We have 1 employee. Charge by the hour and the homeowner pays for material.
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Business Description: Cabinet Giant is the right place for your online Kitchen Cabinets, Bathroom Vanities, Wholesale Cabinets and Factory Direct Cabinets.Discount Kitchen Cabinets, free Kitchen Cabinet design help are available.
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Business Description: We have three employees and good relations with excellent sub-contractors for electrical, plumbing and other needful services
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Recent Review: We were initially drawn to Richard at Diversified Remodeling because he seemed very down to earth and easy to work with. He didn't want money up front in order to give us a detailed estimate like the other guys. He gave us a very detailed (multi page) estimate without any commitment from us. He said he'd work with us throughout the whole process and work with any changes we needed. He was true to his word. This was a multi-month project. There were some initial delays but that was in no way the fault of the contractor. Our county dragged its feet getting the permits. Our contractor was on top of the county every other day until they got the permits they needed. Once they had that they were here hard at work almost every day. The people we worked with were very easy going and easy to work with. They knew their stuff and built us a very nice addition to the house. They were trustworthy - we'd leave them on their own for the day without worry. We had some changes we wanted as they were working on the project and they did those without issues. They even added some nice finishing touches that I wasn't expecting like extra electrical outlets and faucets. Overall nothing but good things to say about Diversified. We'd highly recommend them and be happy to show anyone the work they did. With such a big project (and a lot of money) its always a worry that you've chosen the right contractor but in this case I can definitely say we did! They will be our first choice for any other work we need doing (big or small).
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Recent Review: I would highly recommend Sergio. He is very professional and cares a lot about what he does. He and his very small team are highly skilled in the art of tile. We purchased a house with a horrible DIY gone wrong slate master bathroom (tiles installed backwards in the shower, uneven slate tile floor, and creative plumbing) knowing that we'd need to gut and fix that bathroom. They were able to handle all of the issues we discovered as the demo went on and fixed all of them. Sergio worked with our schedule so we didn't have to take too many days off work. Other than deciding on the stone itself we let him handle the shower design and it came out beautifully!! The design and tile work really are a work of art! We are so very happy with our new bathroom! Hoping to hire him in the future to redo our fireplace.

Reviews for Remodeling Bathrooms in Arrington

FStoney Creek Development & Construction LLC
A complete and utter nightmare!! Every single aspect of our bathroom renovation was substandard and unfinished. It was so poorly done that we had to hire reputable contractors to redo all Mr. Palumbo’s work. We employed a master electrician to rectify all wiring Mr. Palumbo did which was all out of code. We will have to hire another contractor to rip out all floor tiles and glass block window. I spent an entire week chipping out large chunks of grout in the shower. We were left with an unfinished bathroom and 2 cracked windows with the outside of the window frame being open to the elements. He and his workers disrespected our house in every way and left it in such a mess that we still cannot get all the residue from the work he did from our driveway, porch and garage. I have to repaint my front door because of the mess that was left behind. The contract was signed on March 28, 2017 “with all processes being completed on or about 2 weeks later.” Work was to begin the end of April. He showed up May 8, 2017 to begin the renovation. He and his assistants worked on and off through May and June. On June 30th he asked for more money and we reminded him we had already paid him 95% of the total price. On July 6th, I contacted Mr. Palumbo and asked when he would be returning and he stated in a text that he had started another job. We have not seen him since June 30th. In addition to not finishing the bathroom, he was supposed to have installed a beam and brace in the basement. This was not even started and of course already paid for. We were fools to have paid him so much in advance. We paid him for all materials by 5/12/2017 only for him to ask for more money. When I asked him why, he said he didn't have the funds which means he was spending our money on other projects. Mr. Palumbo told me he would have to change his name from Stoney Creek Development to LED Solutions Pro/LED Construction because the person before us was suing him and now they wouldn’t be able to get to him. See review on Angie’s List dated 10/17/2017. I want to warn others of the absolute shoddy and dangerous work he does. He hires inexperienced workers off the street, brings them to the house, tells them what to do and then leaves. Many a morning was spent tearing things apart from the day before. The contractors that have come to help us repair and replace are aghast at his incompetent work and believe he needs to lose his license and be taken off the street. We are just sick about being scammed and just hope to save the next person from believing his lies. Please reference the reviews on Angie’s List, Home Advisor, Google and Houzz for similar stories. ELECTRICAL: The worst of all and most dangerous! ALL wiring was not grounded and there were hot wires exposed below the caps then tucked inside the walls. (We were told an inspection was not necessary for a bathroom reno.) STRUCTURAL: Walls were knocked down to create a walk in closet and walls built out to create a water closet. Everything he built was out of square which unfortunately we are going to have to live with. Just for the record, the walls that were off were the walls he built himself. The crown molding was incorrectly secured to the new cabinets. There were several attempts to make holes in the back of the new cabinets for plumbing. The barn door for the water closet was hung crooked. Ceiling below the bathroom was damaged when it was stepped on resulting in a crack that has to be repaired. There were no face plates put on the cabinets. Glass block installed in window area with uneven grout. Glass block window is bowed and sagging in the middle. The job was left with 2 cracked window blocks and the outside left open to the elements. Shower wall under the window also bowed. WALLS: Every seam was so poorly “mudded”. To compound the horrible job, Mr. Palumbo painted over it. There were gouges in the walls that were never filled in and grout chunks on the wall also painted over. There was gray paint all over the ceiling. The walk in closet was never painted. TILE WORK: Horrible!! The floor is so uneven that there are sharp points of the basket weave tiles sticking up so if you are barefoot it would be possible to cut your foot. When grouting the shower there were no drop cloths put down. When pieces of grout fell to the floor, it was stepped on and ground into the textured tiles. There was so much tile breakage we were sent to buy more. As it turned out, they were a different color and installed anyway. There is a tile under the toilet that “popped up” when the toilet was being tightened to the floor. No effort was made to fix it. Grout all over the walls from putting in the base board molding. No tile face place under the vanity. Granite vanity installed at an angle. No caulking on vanity. Different color tiles installed around window. Shower not caulked properly. 1st shower taken, there was water all over the floor. PLUMBING: Shower not functioning properly. When the shower mechanism was opened up we found a 3 function valve was installed instead of a 6 function valve. We found dried grout all over the inside mechanism. Toilet water supply line abuts the wall.
- Barbara V....
AKurt Lehnert Home Improvements
Kurt did a fantastic job, we could not be happier with our renovation. This was our first ever renovation and with Kurt's help it went smoothly. He oversaw and personally completed the renovation that ended up being top notch with high end finishes. He reworked the plumbing and electrical, laid marble tiling, helped put in a beautiful frameless glass shower, vanity, new fan, sconces and mirrors.
- Robert H....
AKelley Brothers Construction
Provider priced job, and set up a schedule. Kept within budget - actually under budget, and refunded the difference. Job was done right, finished by specified time, used materials specified in estimate, and, his workers did NOT mess up the rest of my house!
- Glenn B....
AMJL Contractors, Inc
We are very pleased with how it looks! Every man assigned to our job was professional, skilled, punctual, polite, hardworking.
- Warren R....
AStoney Creek Development & Construction LLC
Stoney Creek Development is a small company and it's owner is a true craftsman. He is on the job most days paying attention to the smallest of details. Like all craftsmen he is very passionate about his work and it was evident by the finished product. Like all jobs that have stone involved you will see plenty of dust. The workmen did their best to sweep and mop each day. Stoney Creek is very approachable about incorporating your ideas and making the project fun. After completion of our new bathroom the owner took a look at our ice maker which was not producing ice. He pulled it out of its cabinet and vacuumed all the coils and explained to me how I should continue maintenance on it. He would not take any money and insisted that it was his pleasure to work with us.
- Jackie B....
DIntegrity Home Contracting
UPDATE:  Add to their incompetence that I have now discovered a leak into my kitchen ceiling from somewhere underneath the shower plumbing.  I'm sure they were hoping to skate by until after their warranty expired before I found it. Guess we may have to go to court.  Because I sure don't want them in my house again!!!  I want people who know what the heck they are doing, without my  standing over them. BTW, the "lack of communication" they cite was one way.  I have always been exceedingly clear in all my communications. Their workers always laughed at their managers, saying "they have all these communication devices, and yet nobody talks to each other".  None of my other contractors has ever misunderstood any of my needs or wants.  This  company only wants to hear big money ringing in the cash register. If they don't hear it, they don't hear you. I will agree with the other reviewers that they are expensive.   However, I do not agree that they are worth what they charge.  You can get the same level of quality from any handyman you hire.   I have done a lot of remodeling in my life.  This is the 9th major bath remodel (the first in Charlottesville) and if I had started my "remodeling career" using this firm I would NEVER have done another. This company took almost three months to do a job that should have taken only 3 weeks.  Before they started they raved about what a fabulous "bath guy" they had.  He turned out to be nothing more than a handyman level guy who kept trying to talk me into doing things that would be the easiest for him, but would have made my upscale planned bath look like 1960s country.  He thought he was terrific because they told him he was I guess.   And, after we insisted that he be taken off the job, the next person on the job had to continually work around his mistakes, including tearing down the tile "wonderful bath guy" had put up, and rebuilding the wall due to the system they insist on using. Their plumber put iron pipe in my walls, which is not in compliance with code for domestic water pipe.  They improperly installed a heated floor.  They installed baseboards that are separating from the drywall.  There is a ¾ inch gap in the doors of my bath cabinets.  They chipped the corner of my mirror while installing it.   I did the painting, and they constantly chipped and gouged and damaged it so I had to retouch it a huge number of times, not to mention the times they had to move things because they measured wrong, damaging the paint again.  I have had two kitchens and 7 baths done in Northern Virginia, painted all of them before cabinets and counters were put in, and NEVER had to touch up afterwards on any of them.  That's the difference in professionalism I'm talking about.  I depended on the good Angie?s list reviews here when I hired them but after I signed the contract, I kept hearing of other?s horror stories about this company.  Now that I'm sharing mine, I keep hearing more and more of them.   I spoke with a contractor today who said he had ?cleaned up? work after several of their jobs.   My regular plumber removed some of the iron pipe (which is illegal for water) from the walls that Integrity installed. Integrity kept denying there was a problem until I proved the iron pipe was there.  They refuse to take responsibility for their mistakes until you prove you have the evidence that refutes their denials.  I will have to have wall removed to have the rest of the pipe replaced.   I need to mention the fact that their "contract" contained allowances that were very much ?off the mark?.  Such as a $249 allowance for bath fixtures.  Actual cost $2100.   I had told them from the start that this was to be an upscale master bath, and I always used European fixtures.  When I looked at the contract I knew they were off by a large margin, so I wasn't surprised when the higher cost came in.  If you still think you want to use them after this review, I suggest you understand that they will "underbid" your contract and leave a lot of stuff out so that they can get you later with "contract change orders".     Example of one of my "change orders"  $471 for two loops of wire on a tile seat in the shower.  For the record, if it had been done right, it would have been 4 loops.  Another example of sloppy work.   I'm sure they will say I was a difficult customer.  I'm sure to them I was, as I am experienced with contracts and dealing with contractors.   I know to take copious daily notes, daily photos, keeping every email, and video recordings so they couldn't lie, or take advantage of me.    I expected that a company that charges for good quality work would provide good quality work without my constant supervision and oversight.  I made them do over their mistakes and fix things until it was as close to right as I could make them do, without making myself crazy.   Did I end up with an acceptable bath? Yes Was it because they were good? No. It was because I was constantly making them correct almost everything that they screwed up, and I selected and purchased most of the materials myself.  I'm a tough cookie, and I can deal with people like this but I hate paying top dollar to do it.  I don't mind spending the money. I just want to get what I am paying for.   I urge you to click on my other Angie?s List reviews. You will see that I have been completely happy with ALL the other contractors that I have used since I have been here.   They also seemed to have liked working with me.  And, I have referred several of them to neighbors and friends.  I will not recommend this company to anyone.
- Vivian D....
AVista Construction Group, LLC
Scott recently completed a new bathroom addition for us out of an empty space. It was beautiful and very modern with additions that included a rainshower and Bluetooth speaker. He pays close attention to detail and quality.
- Chris W....
ATroy-Bilt Construction
I have used them for small jobs here and there as well as a large project a few years back. I can't speak highly enough about this company. My wife and I were more than completely pleased with the work provided by Troy Woodward and his remakrable, professional, and courteous crew. WE have introduced them to several of our friends who have decided to use them as well. This has been without a doubt the best experience we have had with a service provider.
- Denny K....
AHOME DEPOT INC
I created a project plan for my master bathroom renovation. Local outlets in Charlottesville, Va weren't very helpful so I decided to go out-of-town to visit the Home Depot in Waynesboro, Va. I presented my plan to Home Depot service representatives and they guided me throuhg the process of identifying the best produts to complete the renovation. If they did't have what I needed they made a referral to a vendor who did. Is this attributed to great management or just superb employees. Their competitor's customer service was very poor.
- James P....
BIntegrity Home Contracting
They made a plan but the plan I put down payment on was not executed  Constant changing and shifting  Some changes okay but some compromises I did not want or like but had no choice once bathroom was started and changes had to be made.   Had  a vanity I wanted to keep and just change fixtures, Once some fixtures out they could not get other out and could not put old back in.  I had to buy a new vanity and it was smaller and one sink where before I had two ( plu extra cost)   Original cabinets I wanted- turns out they could not do and I had to substitute. Decorative  around tub smaller than I had planned.  They made a mistake in tile around tub which was corrected but used grout that did not match other grout.   As they were laying area for shower I was informed it would be smaller than I contracted.  Shower leaked and had to be fixed. I had two light switches in the plan and got only one as electrician said he was not supposed to put in two.  Had I not been there other problems would have occurred. Tile people sent wrong grout and I overhead my workers  discussing color and said no - wrong color  If I was working that day I would have had a whole shower incorrectly grouted.  The pocket door did not totally close  I came up with solution and went and bought part to fix it . I was told by workmen on first days they would work 9 to 3 to 4  Many days they left early  Work took 3 months and I was  told at most 8 weeks but probably 6 weeks Alot of problems occurred and I will say Brian was willing to talk to me and fix what he could.   Just alot of changes could  not be fixed and I had to settle for them I would  suggest you sit down with designer and contractor before  work starts   I also suggest you talk to workmen each day to see what will be done that day and if it is correct
- Linda W....