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    Floor Expert
    Abdullah has ever been the most responsive and considerate contractor I worked with. In addition to the flooring installation I���d originally commissioned him for, he provided invaluable plumbing and then extensive electrical services offering outstanding design suggestions. Repeatedly throughout my remodeling any text or call I would make was responded to immediately and he would come to help very quickly. His professional and considerate, gracious manner were very special.
    - Robert P.
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    Sage Interior Inc
    After a series of unsatisfactory interviews with a number of kitchen contractors, I finally found Sage Interiors and its owner, Majid Kiani, on Angie's List.  What struck me immediately was the large number of excellent recommendations Sage had previously received focusing on quality, timely, reasonably priced services.  What I was not expecting was Majid's excellent design sense as well.  Our relationship, including the very helpful Ken Renfro, was constructive from the very beginning.  My wife and I are acutely critical buyers of remodeling services, having done lots of repairs and renovations on numerous properties over the past forty years or so.  Our demands are always very high and our resulting services--based on past experiences--have often been compromised.  Not in this case.  In this case our goals were, if anything exceeded.
      First was the design.  We were not looking for the standard suburban kitchen by any means.  We wanted something that was personalized and expressed our unique family likes and history.  It also had to conform to the difficult structural limitations we had run into.     Load bearing demands required that we live with awkward existing wall openings.  Space limitations demanded that we maximize what was available. Budget considerations were important but with big expectations nevertheless.  Looking back, we sound like classic nightmare clients.  Complicated remodel requirements.  Heightened design needs.  And, of course, a tight budget.  Majid nevertheless patiently walked through the numerous ideas we had and was thrilled rather than put off by the stack of interesting kitchen designs we had collected. He simply worked with us until we arrived at suitable plans and specifications.
    Second were the materials.  Bamboo ply throughout with exposed edges.  Beautiful chocolate coloration.  Contrasting but complimentary dark quartz counter tops and splash boards.  Brushed stainless backings and hardware.  Extensive lighting.  All customized to our expectations.  Numerous discussions in the planning process, no impatience on the part of Sage.
    Next, demolation and reconstruction.  We knew how difficult it is to estimate this aspect of renovations.  You never know what you will run into, even in relatively modest circumstances where no load bearing alterations were required.  The Sage crew worked around this well.  Very good cleanup, no delays.  Responsive and polite work crew.  Kept reasonably within estimated budget.
    Fourth and final: cost.  This is where the homeowner is most vulnerable.  At the very least, detailed budgeting is essential in order to avoid misunderstandings.  At worst, the significant disparity of knowledge between the typical homeowner and the provider can lead to significant and unnecessary expensive, whether it be a contractor, a sub, or even, as in our case, a very deceptive engineer (in our opinion) whom we walked away from earlier in our planning stage.  Here again, Sage came through for us.  We came out very close to budget.  At no time did we feel disadvantaged.  Straightforward dealings throughout.
    Hey.  In review, this may sound like an advertising.  It isn't.  I am a real crank when my wife and I are not treated well.  In fairness, that means that I need to be sure to compliment those we get good service from.  Don't take my word for it, however.  Put Sage on your list of possible contractors, meet with them, See if you don't reach the same conclusions my wife and I did.  

    - Michael M.
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    Flooring Solutions
      1. Excellent follow through did a perfect job, I sure would recommend George to anyone to anyone. I shopped 4 flooring companies and he had the best price and did give me "you also need this and that) to up charge me A++++ AAAA++A+ Thank you George!!!!

    - Thomas S.
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    Epic Interiors and Construction Inc.
    We HIGHLY recommend Epic Interiors and  Travis Bowen!!   Travis takes the time to listen to your ideas and then incorporates them into functional designs, adding wonderful ideas of his own.  He is creative, very patient and also extremely practical.  Travis keeps to his promised deadlines and is present at every stage of construction.  During the construction process, we lived in the upstairs portion of our home; every care was taken to ensure that we were as comfortable as possible.  Epic's crew was professional, competent and a pleasure to have in your home.  The end result of our remodel was spectacular, and we couldn't have been more pleased.  In fact, we are now working with Travis on planning the remodel of the upstairs of our home.
    - Carol T.
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    US Home Developers Inc
    Whole kitchen and 3 bathroom remodel with flooring and painting. Still in the process and going very well so far. Reggie and his guys are proffessional and do quality work. Would def recommend!
    - shahed r.
  • A
    Did a good job on refinishing our floors. They were on time with the quote and also with service. The materials they used we high quality and we were pleased that there was very little 'chemical" smell when they were done.
    - Richard M.
  • A
    As a Realtor, I recommend Abraham, the owner of Marble & Granite Import to my clients buying homes with great confidence. Abraham has installed granite in all my own home purchases over the last 10 years. My client bought a home in Irvine, CA, I recommended Abraham and his company for all the countertops and granite work. He did a wonderful job, efficient, professional and stands behind everything he does. Abraham guides his clients from the first design, template, picking out the actual granite from the Granite Yard to the finished product. I can recommend Abraham to all my clients knowing they will happy every time. I have also posted Abraham's information on my Websites!
    - Marlene D.
  • C
    We searched for a porcelain tile that we liked, and then we obtained two bids. Bryce the Tile Guy (Bryce Jones) was recommended by our roof installer. Our roof installer had previously recommended two other people whom I had used for drywall repair ($5,000) and metal vent fabrication ($2,000), both of whom were excellent. Thus when our roof installer highly recommended Bryce, we took his advice. In addition, Bryce outbid the other tile installer by approximately $1,500. We received an estimate from Bryce on October 7, 2008 which included $4,611 for labor and materials, $3,965 for the porcelain tile. We agreed to proceed and Bryce asked to purchase the tile directly from the distributor. The porcelain tile was $320 more than Bryce had estimated as we paid $4,286.30. The flooring project involved 20" x 20" tile with thin grout lines. In addition he had verbally agreed to make two holes in the tile in order to allow for the housing of two ground electrical outlets to be removed. Bryce explained how we was motivated in getting the project done quickly and was planning to start on October 13. He explained how he would finish the project by Sunday October 18th. My wife and I left for an extended weekend wedding trip. On Saturday the 17th I left a voice mail message with Bryce asking him about the status of the flooring. He did not return my call. When we returned to the home on Monday October 19th we were truly disappointed that the tile work had not commenced. Bryce finally returned my phone call two days later and apologized due to a family emergency. I understood and was sympathetic. Bryce started the tile work on Tuesday October 21st. He had estimated a 5-6 working day project. On some days he wouldn't show up, complaining about his half-brother's poor work ethic. He eventually continued the project with his dad. Both Bryce and his dad constantly complained about the unevenness of the floor and the complexity of the project. We were patient, and they were constantly behind schedule. They eventually finished laying the tile and sealed the tile on November 9th. However they had failed to make the two holes large enough for the electrical outlets in the ground. Bryce assured me that once he picked up the proper drill bit, then he would make the outlet holes. I made the mistake of paying the remainder of the balance on November 7, prior to the drilling of the electrical outlet holes. November 17: After I left many text message and voice mails, Bryce responded with a text message: "I picked up the core drill bit. I just need to find some time to get over there and drill the holes." November 21: "I have the bit to do it. Just too busy right now. I'll get it done in the next couple of days." Dec 3: "I'm extremely busy right now..." It's now Dec 18th and Bryce rarely returns phone calls/text messages. I am very disappointed that he cannot find 45 minutes in his schedule to finish the job.
    - anil t.
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    Tompkins Flooring
    - Mark K.
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    - Damian O.
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