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    Desert Edge Construction and Renovations
    They exceeded my expectations and did an outstanding job on every aspect. They kept me in the loop on the project and met the deadline goals. I would use them again and recommend them to anyone.
    - David B.
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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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    The Handy Graham
    It was a really unique job. Scott took a look at it and found a really solid solution to the challenge. He got it done quickly, when he said he would do it, and communicated really well! He's a quality asset!
    - Ammon B.
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    Able & Ready Construction, LLC
    Stay away from Able and Ready if its for flooring. Lowe's of Prescott uses them, so we had no choice. Able and Ready uses Jim Bizek of KJB Custom Interiors to lay flooring. A 1 day job turned into 7 weeks and then we still went with someone else. When Jim arrived the 1st time he couldn't lay the flooring because Lowe's put it in the garage so it wasn't acclimated. The next time Jim arrived he removed the toilet in the master and said there was moisture throughout the floor and possible mold. He went on to say our floors were not level and that we would need the current vinyl removed. He would have to return to grind down the underneath concrete. We removed all the vinyl and there was no moisture and no mold. Jim returned a week or so later only to say he would not grind the floors because of fear of asbestos or fiberglass in the remnants left on the floor. Our home was built in 2005, thus there's no fear of asbestos. We took samples of the particles Jim feared to two different places and they said the black backing was embossing leveler and that the sparkles were the manufacturer's glue identifier. Amey from Lowe's told us she would talk to Turc at Able and Ready regarding Jim's fears. More than a week later he again returned and said someone (?) had told him we had it professionally tested for asbestos. We had not. Even after he spoke with Turc and Byron at Able and Ready he again refused to grind the floors stating that no one would sign off for liability. In the meantime, his helper ripped up, broke and disposed of flooring transition pieces that were attached to flooring we were not having replaced. It became obvious at that point either Jim didn't know what he was doing or as many have said, he simply didn't want to do the job. At that point, we decided we were done with Jim, Able and Ready and Lowe's. We returned all the material for a full refund. Since then another flooring company has come in, said the exact same thing about there being no asbestos and that the black and sparkles were embossing and glue identifier. In addition, they said the kitchen floor did not need grinding and said rather than grinding the master bath floor, it could be easily floated. That’s the short story of it all, but consider yourself warned about using Lowe's in Prescott as long as they use Able and Ready to install flooring.
    - Kyle F.
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    Certified Home Improvements Inc
    Aaron is competent, capable, outgoing, reliable, personable, honest as the day is long, and too many more superlatives to list here. Well, one more: “Follow-up, follow-up, follow up”, is his watchword. He checked with us on a daily basis to make sure things were going as we hoped and expected. And oh, yes, did I mention that I’d also trust him with my life? Well, to keep it brief, he’s d*** good, as are the people who work for him, Francisco, Miguel, Nancy, Aurilio, and David to name a few. I think he has about 20 employees, and they handle most aspects of home remodeling, including painting, flooring, roofing, and several other things I haven’t thought about. They didn’t all work on our project, but the ones named above did. Professional! There’s another one. They know what they’re doing, and they do it right. In this instance, it was to do the interior and exterior work that would get our house ready to put on the market, and from the first day that I talked to Aaron, that became his goal too. I got estimates from a couple of other well-commended firms that did painting, but they didn’t do flooring. I chose Aaron, even though his price for the painting was higher, because he could do all three in a coordinated and efficient way. I’m glad I did, because we got more than our money’s worth, and I didn’t have to do much worrying about it, Aaron did that. Oh, I forgot “timely” in the superlative department. We started the 3rd of November, and he gave me an estimate of November 5th for finishing, then beat that by two days. In case you’re wondering, no, I’m not related to Aaron, and I never met him before. I’m saying these nice things about him because they’re true, he deserves them, and he’s majorly impressive. And yes, I wouldn’t hesitate a millisecond to use him again. In fact, I’ve been racking my brain trying to figure out how, but we’re selling the house and moving to Arizona, so it’s going to be hard.
    - Tony T.
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    Sullivan Hardwood Flooring Inc
    I cannot say enough good things about John.  He is a very easy-going, professional guy who even exceeded my own high expectations.  His attention to detail is incredible.  From beginning to end, he made sure everything was perfect.  I do not see how you could go wrong hiring this company, hands down. 
    - Chris d.
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    JDS Improvements
    John is hands down the best contractor I have ever worked with. They are very fairly priced - do quality work and show up on time every time. John answers the phone at all times and when he can't he calls back promptly. His crew is great and very good at what they do. We had drywall, painting, flooring and general work done. If he can't do it he knows someone that can! When they left for the day they always cleaned up the work area - even if they would be back the first thing the following day. We had absolutely no issues at all - and we had a fairly large project.
    - Debra R.
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    Majestic Flooring LLC.
    Any time your house is a construction zone it is not fun. However, the end result was great. Jacob was our laminate installer and he was absolutely great. Very meticulous and a perfectionist, which of course is what you want when someone is laying your floor. I would highly recommend him. Lenny was our tile installer, and he did an excellent job as well. Poppy made sure everything was going as planned, and did her best to keep everything on schedule. My only complaint would be the job took twice as long as we were originally told. But, as Poppy said on the last day, " no one remembers how long the job took, only that it was done right". Which of course is true. Poppy was also very helpful when it came to having our fireplace redone, which we did with stack stone. Turned out beautiful. It's a great company and I would recommend them.
    - debbie k.
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    Majestic Flooring LLC.
    We were thoroughly impressed and satisfied with the beautiful high quality work this company provided! Great people to work with!!
    - Shea E.
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    Majestic Flooring LLC.
    The work turned out great. The crew was professional and on-time. I would use them again and recommend them to others.
    - Susan P.
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