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    Faux Sisters Painting
    Doris and her team were very professional and although I wasn’t sure exactly what I wanted Doris was very patient with all my questions and changes. It was a great experience and a great opportunity to get a new look to my kitchen without having to spend the money for new cabinets I was extremely pleased with the results and would recommend Doris and her team to anyone looking for a new look without the high price of a total remodel
    - Dina F.
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    AGI Stone
    Brad and his crew did a great job! First, Brad drove me to Phoenix to pick out granite slabs which we hauled back. He did a masterful job of using as much of the two slabs as possible and had some left over to make into small tables. The "seams" are almost invisible, everything fits perfectly, and it looks wonderful. The workers were careful and efficient and cleaned up afterwards. The price was very fair. I recommend AGI heartily!
    - Sheryl E.
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    Schwarder Construction LLC
    Aaron did an awesome job. I have never had a remodel project go so well. All the work was first class and done in a timely matter. He was in constant communication with me. I would highly recommend Aaron Schwarder.
    - Pat J.
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    Schwarder Construction LLC
    They were on tine and did a great job i will definitely hire them again if i need work done. Very professional im glad i found this company.
    - Shayna A.
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    Dwell Well Remodeling LLC
    It's the best experience I've had hiring a contractor. I'm 72 and have done many remodels before but never one this big. My wife and I moved out of the house for 3 months to give contractors open access to the whole house and we moved all our belongings into storage. They gutted the kitchen, two bathrooms, laundry and removed 4 walls to create a great room. We repainted the whole interior, tiled the entire floor - 2400 sq ft and replaced many doors and windows. Most of the house was rewired and replumbed to accommodate new appliances, fixtures and configurations. During the 3 months we visited the house several times a week and found contractors working on it every time! And this was during a severe labor crunch in the construction and remodeling industries. Greg van Damm was the key for us. He required all design and remodeling decisions to be made before hand - down to the colors, textures, fixtures and all details. He and Lisa, his designer, guided us through the process. They helped us with concept development to figuring out where to go for the materials and other guidance. When we were done, he got detailed bids for all the subcontractors so that the construction phase could proceed smoothly. And it did! Greg was frequently on site to supervise the work and had his own people do some of it. If there were any issues with subs, (there were only a few) he handled them as our advocate. It came in on time and on budget. Greg even did followup until all of the punch list items were finished. Wow!
    - THOMAS H.
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    C J Painting & Services Inc
    At first it appeared to go well. Floor was completed and the told us the floor would last 10+ years and was "harder than concrete". A month later we moved kitchen appliances in and had to move a piece of equipment and the floor flaked off. They said that shouldn't have happened and then has been unresponsive since. Once he said he would have a crew out, but as of yet he hasn't returned calls or emails - and no crew that week showed up as mentioned. They do not stand behind their work and evidently it was not completed well to begin with. You can literally pull the epoxy flooring off the floor. This has not only caused an issue with the floor, but now all the equipment is in and nearing inspection and this will be an issue.
    - Brian S.
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    C J Painting & Services Inc
    At first it appeared to go well. Floor was completed and the told us the floor would last 10+ years and was "harder than concrete". A month later we moved kitchen appliances in and had to move a piece of equipment and the floor flaked off. They said that shouldn't have happened and then has been unresponsive since. Once he said he would have a crew out, but as of yet he hasn't returned calls or emails - and no crew that week showed up as mentioned. They do not stand behind their work and evidently it was not completed well to begin with. You can literally pull the epoxy flooring off the floor. This has not only caused an issue with the floor, but now all the equipment is in and nearing inspection and this will be an issue.
    - Brian S.
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    Schwarder Construction LLC
    The guys, Mario and Adrian finished on time, were professional, courteous snd did a really great job. Aaron the boss guy was very thorough when explaining things, professional and patient. Great team! Would hire them again. Highly recommend them!!
    - Vida k.
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    JDS Improvements
    I highly recommend JDS Improvements - for roofing or any other work. (I will be hiring him to do other work around my house later this year.) He removed the old roof and two skylights and replaced them. He coordinated with the HVAC company to remove and replace the roof air conditioner so I was without air conditioning for only a few hours, which, in Arizona is so needed in July! He repaired the inside walls/ceiling that had to be trimmed to accommodate the new skylights. Extremely professional, IMPECCABLE INTEGRITY, responsive, listened and answered all of my many many questions, and accommodated my special needs. His crews are very respectful and after the work was done they cleaned up all areas - inside and outside. When they had to work inside, they put paper on the floors to walk on, paper on the counters, and then put plastic around the skylight opening when they repaired that area. They cared for and respected my house as if it was theirs and left it clean with no trace they were even there. Nothing was too small - the attention to the details was welcoming. Having lived in Sedona for 10 years I have finally found a contractor who does what he says he is going to do, shows up when he says he is going to show up, and not only walks you through the process but also talks to you about possible complications/issues and offers multiple solutions. QUALITY WORK AT GOOD RATES. I know I will never hire any other contractor for any home project I have in the future!! I know that I will never have to worry that the job was done right - the first time!!!
    - Roberta A.
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    Coleman's Handyman Service
    They are INCOMPETENT AND DISHONEST. They CHEATED US OUT OF NEARLY $300! First, they were an hour and a half late. Okay, we understood the baby sitter showed up late, and they not only had to drive from Tucson to Tubac, they also stopped at Home Depot and picked up the paint we needed. When they got here, we greeted them with enthusiasm. We moved into our townhome about 5 weeks ago and have desperately needed help from the start. The place is small, not much room to unpack, and we have badly needed to get some large pictures and our 2 large-screen TVs up so we can maneuver better. We had called 3 other recommended handymen over the weeks and none of them even showed up. So when the Coleman's arrived, I told them it was like Christmas morning for me to have them here. I had emailed them the list of things we needed done. Initially, they had quoted us over the phone $100 an hour to do the work, estimating that it would take about 5 hours. I said we couldn't hope to pay that much as we are now retired (forcibly, due to the pandemic), broke, and living on a fixed income. We politely declined the offer. Within an hour, we got a call back; they wanted to know what we could pay. I suggested $300, Alexandria accepted, and I thanked her "very much." They told us they had all day to do the work, and I assumed they were going to cover the things on my list for $300. There was no mention again of an hourly amount. So, they came, were welcomed with profuse thanks for coming, and after a lot of chit chat with my husband, who is as friendly as a puppy, they got to work mounting the first picture. My husband has always done all the handyman work around our house; he's good at it, and would have done all the things we asked the Colemans to do but for two things: he sold all his tools when we moved, and he's now 76 with a heart condition that makes it dangerous for him to climb very high ladders and lift very heavy objects into high places. I can't help him like I used to because I have Parkinson's and almost crippling arthritis. But Bernie loves to talk and wanted to help, and a couple of times I said he ought to get out of their way and let them work; I even mentioned that they had a babysitter at home and that their time might be limited. At which both the Coleman's said that that was NO problem. Okay, so they got the heavy picture up and went to work on the first TV. I was at the kitchen counter working on my computer and Bernie was in and out of the bedroom where they were working and it went on and on and on. Finally, I asked Bernie what was taking so long and he made some excuse for them. It took at least an hour for them to get the first TV up. (It had taken less time than that for the guy to mount the TV and drop the wires behind the wall and wire them to and close up the outlet in the wall in our previous home in Mesa.) Anyway, it was up, and they went into the den to hang the larger TV in there. After a while, I heard Bernie say something, in an irritated tone, like, "Just take it down. I'll fix it." Turns out, they had drilled the mount into the wall so high and close to the ceiling that it would have been impossible to even mount the TV on the wall mount, much less to comfortably watch the thing without practically lying on your back to see the screen. Bernie came out of the room obviously irritated, repeating, "Just take it down." It was awkward. He was mad, but trying to control it, and the Coleman's were quiet, and I was embarrassed. AT THIS POINT, they inform us that they have to leave at noon because they have another appointment. I was really disappointed. Said with a laugh that if I'd known that, I'd have kept Bernie from talking to them so much when they first got here. I assumed that, as they had only completed 3 of the items on our list of agreed-upon projects (for $300), they would come back to finish, and I asked when they could schedule their return. Alexandria said something about checking her schedule at home, and at 11:30, despite my urging them not to start so late, they began slapping paint on the fireplace. Said it wouldn't take but a few minutes, and it didn't. When they were finished, they began counting the hours they had been here in order to figure out what we owed them. Alexandria's husband (who never bothered to introduce himself, though I kept asking his name when they first arrived) started in on how they normally charged $100 and hour, but that they weren't going to charge us that, and I said something like, yes, we agreed to $300 for everything, but still, Alexandria added up the 4 and a half hours they'd been here at $70 per hour (at $300 for 5 hours, it would have been $60 per hour, but I didn't object), plus $30 for the paint, which came to $275, almost $300 to hang 3 things and paint the fireplace front! But wait, there's more. Within 10 minutes of slapping all that paint on the fireplace, and despite my warning that it was too soon, they pulled the tape off the edges and sure enough, the dark brown paint ran into the off-while wall around it. It was a mess! And now I was mad. Finally. I was polite, but I let my irritation show when I pointed out the brown paint all over the off-white wall. And guess what. Alexandria pretended she couldn't see anything wrong with it. Now I was really angry, but I still controlling my anger, I said to the husband, when he returned from stashing our check in his truck, that the paint job was unacceptable and that furthermore, come to think of it, we should not be asked to pay for the time spent in putting the den TV wall mounts in the wrong place, as we were going to have to now pay to have that work undone and done all over again. He looked at me and said, "I see where this is going. How much do you think our work is worth?" Before I could answer, however, he began to reassure us that he could easily fix the sloppy paint job; said he'd come back and make it perfect. Became very apologetic and reassuring. Even offered to come back and hang the 2 things we wanted to put on the patio walls free of charge. He kept on apologizing long after I wanted him to stop, continuing to repeat that he'd make it right. Apologized for arriving late, for booking another appointment at noon, for messing up the TV job and for the sloppy paint work, which he acknowledged was unacceptable, saying that they normally did not do work like that. By this time I was back at my computer, and I said something about just being tired of everything always going wrong, that on top of all the hassles trying to get moved and settled in, I was also dealing with a printer and scanner that wouldn't work and trying to get manufacturer support, etc. etc., and he kept repeating that he would come back and make everything right and he'd call us that evening when he got home and finally, we all said goodbye and thank you and he left. Alexandria, by the way, had already gathered up the paint cloth and tools and stormed out, slamming the door behind her. We said nothing, just ignored her petty tantrum. But I told Bernie when they left that even if he was sincere, she was mad and would talk him out of ever coming back. We waited 2 days before emailing and asking, politely, with a "please" and "thank you," when they were planning on coming back. That was yesterday morning. Yesterday afternoon, the heavy picture they hung in the bedroom fell off the wall. Had my husband not been there to catch it, it would have broken everything on the table below it and shattered glass everywhere. Had it fallen when we were sleeping below it, I guess at least one of us would be in the morgue this morning. But there's more. When it fell, we discovered that the bracket upon which it had not been mounted properly, was crooked. Last night, I emailed colemanhandymanservices@gmail.com again to tell them what had happened and asking them again when they could come back "to clean up the mess." I knew I risked making Miss Pouty Alexandria mad again, but I couldn't help it. I get so tired of being polite to people all the time while they cheat me out of money I cannot afford to lose! We are trying to live on social security alone, and $300 was A LOT of money to us. And now, we have to pay someone else, assuming we can find someone, to rehang the picture and the TV and to touch up around our 12'-high, kiva-style fireplace! Why? Because, as I suspected, the Coleman's, for all his sincere apologies and promises, had no intention of coming back. I got an email from Alexandria this morning saying, "we will not be returning we do not service rude people." Says the childish woman who stalked out, slamming the door behind her while we were nodding and saying thanks to her apologetic husband after making an effort to control our justifiable anger at the mess he had made of the den wall (which has to be spackled and repainted before the TV is remounted) and of the fireplace which is the focal point of the living room. Don't hire these two cheats. Even had we been rude, there is no excuse for taking $300 from us for hanging one television! All the rest has to be done all over again! One lousy TV, with all the lines and cables hanging down from it, which we now also have to pay to have dropped behind the wall! When I mentioned this to the husband, by the way, he said, "Why didn't you say you wanted that?" Talk about rude, and yet all I did was stammer something about I didn't know you could do that, at which point he begins to inform me that he is a certified electrician, and a certified plumber and a certified something else and that's why he charges $100 an hour, and all I did was say, "Wow. I didn't know that," and "that's great." Meanwhile, he's slapping dark brown paint on my white walls. My question to Angie's List is how in **** do you recommend incompetent and dishonest people like this to your members? Honest to God, if I could, I'd sue Angie's List to recover our loss here. Beware of Coleman Handyman Service and now, be aware that not everybody recommended on Angie's List is all they're cracked up to be.
    - Bernie & Cynthia M.
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