Marshfield Bathroom Remodeling

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Business Description: Independently owned and operated since 1974. My main focus is on all types of residential and commercial remodeling and repairs. I handle everything from small repairs to large residential and commercial additions. I offer a design service for kitchens, bathrooms, additions and custom home construction. My service is a "turn key" operation which will handle all phases of your construction project from start to finish. I also offer guaranteed completion dates. My business is fully insured and I work with local subcontractors who are honest, trustworthy and also fully insured.
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Recent Review: Mad City Windows are fast, efficient, and cost effective! We are extremely pleased with the renovations they did to our windows and bathrooms in our apartment units. I highly recommend them to perform any of your renovation or upgrade needs!
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Recent Review: Everything went very well! We live in a house that was built in 1886 with a very tiny bathroom added on in 1931. Bud handled the entire project to include demolition, carpentry, electric, plumbing, sink/toilet/tub installation, and painting. Details: Bud knocked out a wall separating existing bathroom and a small bedroom closet behind it, thus expanding the bathroom to a size that would allow the addition of a bathtub and surround (previously only a small shower would fit). He stripped the entire room down to the studs to include the walls, ceiling, and floor. After doing electric and new plumbing, the walls, floor, and ceiling were added, followed by fixtures, new toilet, vanity, medicine cabinet, and tub/shower. Bud finished the project with a beautiful paint job, trim, and a new, larger entry door. Old houses can be a challenge and we did uncovered a few issues after demolition. Bud was resourceful, creative, and skilled at finding a solution to overcome each one. If you need someone who can do it all and who stands behind his work, Bud is your man!
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Recent Review: New custom cabinet New custom vanity New toilet and moved plumbing New tile floor New mirror New light New vent New towel racks. New faucet Repaired subfloor Beautiful, professional work done on a tight schedule; great attitudes and wonderful advise.  Our daughters love their new bathroom.
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Recent Review: Art listened to our long list of wants and did a great job incorporating it in to the final product.
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Recent Review: Every day for the past two years I have regretted hiring James for our bath remodel and finishing our attic. A plumber is at my house right now looking at his work and said, "This is not a good situation." The very expensive fixtures James installed "should not be failing already." James completed the work in a way that there is no access panel for maintenance. I am hoping that we do not shatter the glass partition he installed in attempting to re-create access to the plumbing. He "leveled" our bathroom floor, but the hex-tiled floor has hills and valleys. He replaced a floor tile he accidentally knocked loose with the same chipped tile rather than an undamaged one. He resurfaced a bathroom wall, but the surface is so uneven that there is a 1/4" gap filled with caulk between the wall and the vanity (which he knew he'd be installing). He didn't tent the doors or give us warning before he started sanding the drywall, so my entire house was filled with fine dust. Visiting friends who have worked in the trades have been appalled at the sloppiness of his work: There are cracks in my walls in the places James--or his subcontractor--didn't tape drywall seams; the seams are horribly sloppy, as is his paint work; there are no reveals on the window trim, most of which he installed with a staple gun and all of which shows poorly matched wood putty where he filled the nail and staple holes. My next door neighbor assumed I'd been working with someone competent, so she hired him to replace a window. He removed wide trim that was brown and replaced it with narrow trim which is white. And I was floored when she told me how freely James talked to her about my conversations with him. This is what I'm left with after I asked him to correct many of his first attempts, which were even worse. He acknowledged the issues and was courteous in his efforts to remedy his work, but the process was made more uncomfortable by his repeated remarks about money; I had to explain to him that it was unprofessional to share his worries with the customer when the job was not underbid in the first place. After it was too late to turn back, he proudly admitted that he learned most of what he was trying to do by watching YouTube videos. The irony is that--at least at the time I hired him--his slogan was "Done Right the First Time"; he didn't even do things right the second time. I finally gave up on having the work done satisfactorily because I wanted him out of my house.
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Business Description: 27 years of experience,I am a father and son business making my business more reliable and respectable.i meet with customers to give detailed ideas and pricing,My work is what i take pride in.
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Business Description: Proudly Serving Northeast Wisconsin with Locations in Crivitz and Lakewood. Offering Deferred & Low interest Financing

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AMad City Windows & Baths
Mad City Windows are fast, efficient, and cost effective! We are extremely pleased with the renovations they did to our windows and bathrooms in our apartment units. I highly recommend them to perform any of your renovation or upgrade needs!
- Eileen F....
AHomeworks Home Maintenance
Everything went very well! We live in a house that was built in 1886 with a very tiny bathroom added on in 1931. Bud handled the entire project to include demolition, carpentry, electric, plumbing, sink/toilet/tub installation, and painting. Details: Bud knocked out a wall separating existing bathroom and a small bedroom closet behind it, thus expanding the bathroom to a size that would allow the addition of a bathtub and surround (previously only a small shower would fit). He stripped the entire room down to the studs to include the walls, ceiling, and floor. After doing electric and new plumbing, the walls, floor, and ceiling were added, followed by fixtures, new toilet, vanity, medicine cabinet, and tub/shower. Bud finished the project with a beautiful paint job, trim, and a new, larger entry door. Old houses can be a challenge and we did uncovered a few issues after demolition. Bud was resourceful, creative, and skilled at finding a solution to overcome each one. If you need someone who can do it all and who stands behind his work, Bud is your man!
- Regina N....
ADICKOW-CYZAK TILE COMPANY
New custom cabinet New custom vanity New toilet and moved plumbing New tile floor New mirror New light New vent New towel racks. New faucet Repaired subfloor Beautiful, professional work done on a tight schedule; great attitudes and wonderful advise.  Our daughters love their new bathroom.
- Elaine R....
AArt Young Construction
Art listened to our long list of wants and did a great job incorporating it in to the final product.
- William S....
ADICKOW-CYZAK TILE COMPANY
Chet Dickow came out to my home on 8/9/9/11 to prepare an estimate for my bathroom which is very small. I requested information on tub lining, floor tile, and a new vanity. Mr. Dickow removed his shoes upon entering my home (raining outside) and took pictures of the bathroom. He listened to what I wanted done. I met with Chet on 9/22/11 at his store. I requested this date even through it was over a month from initial contact due to my schedule. Mr. Dickow presented a very thorough estimate that was broken down by area to be remodeled. He then helped me select wood for the vanity, floor tile, and color for the tub lining and sink. Estimate also included removal of old floor. I was allowed to take a sample floor tile with me. The estimate was within my budget for what I wanted done. After reviewing the estimate with my husband, I let Mr. Dickow know I wanted to proceed with the project. On 10/25/11, Mr. Dickow and a tub lining specialist came back to my house to look at the bathroom. Again, they were very respectful of my home. Specialist indicated tub lining would extend beyond wall. Discussion followed on options. Mr. Dickow said he would get back to me. Mr. Dickow came back on 11/15/11 with a carpenter to check vanity measurements and tub lining. I met with Mr. Dickow on 11/21/11 to discuss options which included replacing tub with shower only, installing a new tub, or going with the liner. Estimate was over my budget so Mr. Dickow showed me items that my husband and I could do ourselves to save money. This process has taken a while due to my work schedule and a family wedding. I have been very pleased with Mr. Dickow's estimates and his willingness to work with me on costs. Dickow/Cyzak remodeled my bathroom over 30 years ago and the wall tile is still in very good condition. The staff at the store is also very helpful. They take the time to answer questions and make sure messages are delivered in a timely manner. While we still need to work on some details, I plan on have Dickow/Cyzak remodel my bathroom.
- Mary J....
DJames 360 Repair
Every day for the past two years I have regretted hiring James for our bath remodel and finishing our attic. A plumber is at my house right now looking at his work and said, "This is not a good situation." The very expensive fixtures James installed "should not be failing already." James completed the work in a way that there is no access panel for maintenance. I am hoping that we do not shatter the glass partition he installed in attempting to re-create access to the plumbing. He "leveled" our bathroom floor, but the hex-tiled floor has hills and valleys. He replaced a floor tile he accidentally knocked loose with the same chipped tile rather than an undamaged one. He resurfaced a bathroom wall, but the surface is so uneven that there is a 1/4" gap filled with caulk between the wall and the vanity (which he knew he'd be installing). He didn't tent the doors or give us warning before he started sanding the drywall, so my entire house was filled with fine dust. Visiting friends who have worked in the trades have been appalled at the sloppiness of his work: There are cracks in my walls in the places James--or his subcontractor--didn't tape drywall seams; the seams are horribly sloppy, as is his paint work; there are no reveals on the window trim, most of which he installed with a staple gun and all of which shows poorly matched wood putty where he filled the nail and staple holes. My next door neighbor assumed I'd been working with someone competent, so she hired him to replace a window. He removed wide trim that was brown and replaced it with narrow trim which is white. And I was floored when she told me how freely James talked to her about my conversations with him. This is what I'm left with after I asked him to correct many of his first attempts, which were even worse. He acknowledged the issues and was courteous in his efforts to remedy his work, but the process was made more uncomfortable by his repeated remarks about money; I had to explain to him that it was unprofessional to share his worries with the customer when the job was not underbid in the first place. After it was too late to turn back, he proudly admitted that he learned most of what he was trying to do by watching YouTube videos. The irony is that--at least at the time I hired him--his slogan was "Done Right the First Time"; he didn't even do things right the second time. I finally gave up on having the work done satisfactorily because I wanted him out of my house.
- Pat O....