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Business Description: Welcome to MR. FIX-IT™! Since 1970, MR. FIX-IT™ has offered outstanding home services such as gutter protection by Gutter Helmet, bathroom restoration and remodeling (NuBath), room additions, kitchen remodeling and attic & basement finishing. We also offer exterior home services such as siding, windows, roofing and decks. We pride ourselves on delivering these excellent home services at an affordable rate and with great customer care. To this day, MR. FIX-IT™ remains family owned and operated. We are also proud to have earned an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. We truly care about each job we do for our customers, and we treat their homes as if they were our own. We also offer outstanding handyman services for all types of jobs inside the home! For a home evaluation from a MR. FIX-IT™ professional, call us today! Additonal numbers: (804)393-9927, (540)322-1006, (800)816-9140.
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Recent Review: Great. Doug and Sharon are great to work with. They are very responsive, detail oriented and helpful. We started with some kitchen renovation and kept returning to them for additional projects. I recommend them to others without any hesitation.
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Business Description: General Contrator remodeling Kitchen's, Bath's and Room Additions. We install Replacement Windows and Siding. Contact: 804-334-9112 cell
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Business Description: Creative Concepts and Design serves its customers with pride, integrity and attention to the details that matter most. This is one of the many things that sets us apart from other companies. We are locally owned and operated. Just give us a call today! Chesterfield VA, Sandston VA, Montrose VA, Ettrick VA, Matoaca VA; Remodeling Service, Remodeling Company, Residential remodeling, Commercial Remodeling, Deck Repair, Deck Building, Room Additions, Flooring Service, Flooring Contractor, Deck Installation.
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Business Description: Our number one focus is our clients. We understand how stressful it can be when it comes to picking the right contractor to bring into your home. That's why you will find the owner, Steve, directly involved in your project start to finish. Whether it's a total kitchen renovation or just adding a new deck you will find Steve right there in the middle of things. Repeat customers and positive referrals is the key to our business so we always give you 100% and attention to detail as we work to earn your trust. We are a full service Re-modeler and General Contractor. We perform all types of home improvements and Design/Build remodeling, such as bathrooms, kitchens, and room additions. We also specialize in exterior remodeling such as siding, windows, roofing, and gutters. Need a new garage or a new deck? We are happy to help you with your new construction needs.
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Recent Review: The most recent project that I've used Richmond Rebuilders on included a kitchen remodel, finishing an unfinished room to create a craft room for my client and remodeling an existing bonus room to create a man-cave. All of the work was done in a timely and professional manner. My clients were thrilled. This only one of many success stories that I have with them.
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Recent Review: They were there on time and cleaned up each day after finishing. Couldn't be happier with the work they did.
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Recent Review: Brian Holder of Classic Construction managed the renovations of my family room addition and kitchen.  He did an outstanding job at a great price.  I can't believe how much better my house looks thanks to Brian.  Brian is an expert on all aspects of remodels, including design and implementation.  Everything happened just as Brian said it would, and Brian made me feel like I was his only client even though I know he was simultaneously working with other clients at that time.  I will definitely be calling Classic Construction in the future to handle any home renovations or additions to my home.  If you're looking for someone who is trustworthy, honest, skilled and hard-working, call Brian at Classic Construction.
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Business Description: We take a unique approach to every project, but treat each home as if it were our own with quality, care, and creativity. For years our innovative and functional Bathroom and Kitchen remodeling projects have shaped the Henrico, Glen Allen, Midlothian and Richmond, Virginia areas. We specialize in remodeling older homes, using a precision approach that seamlessly blends the new and old.

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ARICHMOND REBUILDERS INC
The most recent project that I've used Richmond Rebuilders on included a kitchen remodel, finishing an unfinished room to create a craft room for my client and remodeling an existing bonus room to create a man-cave. All of the work was done in a timely and professional manner. My clients were thrilled. This only one of many success stories that I have with them.
- Jennifer S....
AFive Star Construction
They were there on time and cleaned up each day after finishing. Couldn't be happier with the work they did.
- Debbie B....
FGlen Allen Builders Inc
I hope this helps someone. I want to convey our cautionary tale with Jamie, while not coming across as someone who is just angry and wants to rant, and call people nasty names. Let me just start by saying I have since spoken to other people whose experience mirrors ours, (delayed, sloppy, unresponsive), but have chosen to let the matter rest. I looked at Jamie's rating on here before we hired him, and would have appreciated their experiences. Jamie may be a fine handyman for small, quick jobs, although I think there are better alternatives. However, he is clearly a poor choice for an addition, remodel, deck, etc. He is unorganized with his time, finances, sloppy in his finish work, and becomes dishonest and vague in his communication and commitments. I am unsure of what details I can share, should we need to take legal action, but will do my best. Jamie has abandoned our project. We have failed the final electrical inspection and the final building inspection. We have requested multiple times for him to work with us to resolve the issue, and have been met with threats of legal action, but no detailed resolution. We will spend more than the contract to finish. In summary Jamie: -dishonestly asked for and took payment when work was not completed (insulation, sheetrock, etc. totaling thousands of dollars) -delayed what he said would be a "six week" project into 6 months, with no explanation or presentation of a plan despite repeated requests. We started work January 20th, contract completion date March 15th ( As of March 11th we had no tile floor, wood floor, carpeting, paint, and a portion of the addition had not even begun.) We are still not finished. -Did sloppy work (Installed chipped tiles in kitchen backsplash, Spray painted clear glass for kitchen cabinets to look like they were "frosted" but now the "frost" is peeling off, installed bathroom transition strip OUTSIDE of bathroom door, Installed broken deck boards leaving holes in deck, Failed to line up the new siding with the existing siding, installed different colored wood in the middle of our existing wood floor, etc.) -Major components are left unfinished: doors, debris removal (there are nails littering our backyard, our 5 year old stepped on one barefooted), landscaping, non-functioning outlets, etc. -In addition, he has not paid some of his suppliers and they will not sell us the missing supplies, although we paid Jamie 5 months ago. It's our belief that Jamie starts out well-intended. He was witty, articulate, and at-the-beginning, very prompt. His prices were competitive. His first impression really sells his bids. However, he lacks the skill to manage these projects, the experience to know how to do simple finish work, and the integrity to admit his mistakes and take responsibility. We believe he is not stable enough in his business and financial practices to weather the normal fluctuations of his field, and forces his clients to pay the price, i.e. he spreads himself too thin and does not manage his business well and when the normal ups and downs of contract construction work arise, he is not able to meet his obligations. Combine this with his lack of finish skills and you get a harried, messy product. In the end, he was flitting from one job to another, and neglected ours altogether, becoming more belligerent and unresponsive to our concerns. In June he worked 20 hours, and in July, 8 hours, all while our project ran way over time. We are continuing to find elements of his work that are baffling in their installation. (Holes in the backsplash grout, waves in walls where the sheetrock does not meet evenly, non-functioning electrical outlets, etc) When we have tried to communicate our concerns we were repeatedly met with diversions or silence. We hope this helps someone make a more informed decision than we did, and seriously consider the dozens of other alternatives to Glen Allen Builders. However, if you still feel he is a good fit I would offer a few steeply priced lessons we learned. -demand certificates of insurance before he starts any work and verify it is valid with your own insurance -require a deadline and a penalty if he does not finish on time -require a detailed and dated schedule for the entire project and hold him to it -demand the contract be revised for additional work he commits to verbally. -never take his word something is complete. Lay your eyes on everywhere drywall, paint, insulation should be before making a payment. -inspect the details. If you are unsure, or if it looks a little wonky, it probably is. Take a minute to google how it's supposed to look and don't pay until it's fixed. -request references of similar work. We settled with a reference from someone who had a bathroom tiled--it did not serve us well -regularly photograph all the work and him doing it. Good luck!
- Jenny H....
AClassic Construction Exteriors
Brian Holder of Classic Construction managed the renovations of my family room addition and kitchen.  He did an outstanding job at a great price.  I can't believe how much better my house looks thanks to Brian.  Brian is an expert on all aspects of remodels, including design and implementation.  Everything happened just as Brian said it would, and Brian made me feel like I was his only client even though I know he was simultaneously working with other clients at that time.  I will definitely be calling Classic Construction in the future to handle any home renovations or additions to my home.  If you're looking for someone who is trustworthy, honest, skilled and hard-working, call Brian at Classic Construction.
- Matthew J....
FLeo Lantz Construction Inc
Leo was referred to us by our architect for an 18' x 20' living room addition, a complete kitchen remodel, and creating a new entrance on the back of the house.  We had detailed professional architectural plans drawn up for this work in advance of contacting Leo for an estimate.   This was to be a major renovation to our 1958 ranch that we anticipated coming in at well over $100,000. Leo came to our house on 1/21/13, reviewed the drawings and was provided a set electronically to work from.  We went over the job in depth with him at this meeting.  He told us that he was interested in the job and assured us upon leaving that he would get his subs out to begin the estimate.  We waited for 2+ weeks before hearing from Leo - an email message with an excuse that he'd been busy and had been at a 3-day conference, but he assured us that he would get to the estimate that weekend.  He didn't. Now 3 weeks after that message, he finally responded again with further excuses as to why he'd been delayed, how busy he is, that his company is booked for the next 5 months, and therefore he must "respectfully decline" to submit a bid for our job. We've been left waiting for his estimate for 5 weeks, delaying our decision on moving forward, only to receive this response.  While the work his company advertises appears to be good I think he has shown how he operates as a business person in how he treated us.  If he'd told us upfront that he either wasn't really interested in our job or was too busy we'd have moved on.  It should not have taken a savvy contractor 5 weeks to determine he doesn't want or is too busy for a job he's been asked to bid on.  We've had no problem getting other estimates for this job in far less time from other contractors. Leo Lantz was a disappointment and a waste of several weeks of our time.
- Richard S....