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  • A
    Remodeling a house can be a very challenging prospect, and requires finding an excellent and innovative designer, and a builder/contractor with experience, integrity, and attention to detail, who has well-established relationships with the subcontractors in the various trades. In our recent remodel project in Davis, we found just that in Lauren Vaage, a long-time Davis designer/builder. Our 50-year-old Central Davis home really needed expansion and updating, and we contacted a number of people, including a highly sought-after designer, a major Davis remodeling firm and another designer/builder. The initial ideas we got from these meetings were relatively standard and straightforward. In Vaage's case, though, we had been aware of some of his other truly unique work in Davis, and contacted him as well. From our initial meeting it became clear we had found someone truly passionate about what he does, who was excited about how he could transform our home into something we truly wanted. He asked us for lists of goals for the project, and our priorities, so that he understood how to design something that really worked for us. As a designer, Vaage is truly an artist, with a keen eye to how the ultimate form should not just be driven by functionality but by what works aesthetically as well, with the chosen materials and methods available. He also knows how to work within the state of the art in the different trades to get the most out of both the material cost and the cost of the labor to construct his vision. And Vaage's vision is unique - his passion is such that he spends great amounts of time visualizing, revising, placing himself mentally in the space which will result, imagining what it would be like to live there himself, while keeping the ideas of his clients in mind. We truly admired this aspect of Vaage's talent and devotion: he was able to create a vision of how we could remodel our home to make it not just larger, but make far better use of the space inside and out, while presenting to the outside a striking architectural expression. We needed to add onto the front of our house, adding a bedroom and bathroom, and his amazing solution was not to basically build a standard "box" on the front (creating a long, dark entryway) but to turn the entire front addition by 45 degrees, opening the front to the morning light and to the street like welcoming arms. The design was capped off with a stunning entryway which floods the house with natural light. As the design phase progressed it became clear we had found the right person. As a builder, Vaage is a true artisan, and has found an amazing group of other artisans with whom to work. He has personally worked in and mastered many of the modern building trades, including framing, roofing, siding, drywall, and so on. He has thus spent years cultivating relationships with many other artisans of the trades, whom he trusts perfectly to do the work professionally. Rest assured that if you were to launch a project with him, you'd get not just Vaage, but an amazing team of people to do the framing, carpentry, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, tiling...you name it. He works some of the best - and local - people in the business. Vaage has amazing attention to the details of a remodel project, and realizes that as each stage progresses, the success of the previous stage is necessary to ensure the success of the next. This is something we had not appreciated before entering upon the project, but as the project evolved it became clear why Vaage was so keen on getting the smallest details right. Vaage shows up at the project every morning and guides the subcontractors through the next stages, pointing out the details that will make the project special. He does not just leave and do something else, he stays there alongside the workers and anticipates and solves the inevitable problems that arise. He is totally committed to the ultimate integrity of the workmanship in his projects. What he builds will last a very long time and will be done extremely well. In the end we have a striking new home, beautiful and functional, with many impressive artistic touches that you won't find elsewhere, all designed and built to Vaage's very high standards. We feel very lucky to have found him, and we made the right decision to have him design and build our home. If you want a truly unique, high quality, artistic, non-cookie-cutter upgrade to your home, whether a large or small project, we highly recommend you work with Lauren Vaage.
    - John C.
  • A
    Lauren Vaage has been our "go-to" contractor for more than 10 years. He handles both large and small projects with dare and keeps his clients in-the-loop throughout the process of design and construction. He and the sub-contractors he employs (electrical, flooring, paint, plumbing, sheet rock, tile, etc.) are all craftsmen in their own right and their work is top quality. Also important is the fact that the projects are finished on time. Lauren has worked on our fencing and gates, built outside storage structures and fully remodeled our two beautiful bathrooms. We whole-heartedly recommend Vaage Design Build/Davis Artisan Builders for your residential and commercial endeavors. Joy Fergoda Kathy DeYoung
    - Joy F.
  • A
    Jason Carter clearly is trustworthy, experienced, and focused on understanding what his customers want. In contrast to other contractors who pushed their own vision for how they would do things, he focused on truly getting what I and my wife wanted. There were multiple points in which he gave us good information that had had my interests prioritized over his, saving us unnecessary expense and hassle if we had gone with one of the other contractors. He and his team were efficient, effective, and solid professionals.
    - Dorje J.
  • A
    My husband had a stroke and I had to redo a bathroom, where he could have some independence himself. So, I had one may, so he can walk into it. 
    Dan Powell, give him an ?A+? all the way! He was excellent! It took a long time, but it was a big job. 

    It took about 4 months to do it. He was very good, he really was. You had to totally take out all the way down to the ground. It wasn?t just a regular redo, it was a big job. I would use them again, mainly because I trusted them. I tried to pick somebody from Davis, because they try to protect their reputation, because they live here. That is the reason I choose him. 




    - gratia s.
  • A
    Brent, the owner came to view the project. He suggested an improvement in the existing plumbing layout. His bid was competitive with others and we like to support local business people. One of Brent's employees, Preston, did the work. We were given wise advice by Preston, about not reusing the existing valves. We had to find replacements to fit the handles, which caused a short delay. I think the project turned out to be more complicated than first appeared. Preston got it all figured out and we were very happy with the job.
    - Barbara G.
  • A
    I cannot praise enough the work that Mat's team did. Sergio with Mat's son as an assistant, did all the installations. The backsplash was copper 2x2 tile with glass accents. It's beautiful. My husband was particularly impressed by how well Sergio lined up the grout lines. The tile removal and replacement was just perfect. On removal, no adjacent tiles were cracked or damaged. There is no clue that tiles were removed and replaced. Sergio made a nice pattern on the drip area. We also asked Sergio to cut a group of tiles that my husband needed for a project of his. Sergio was kind enough to not only cut the tiles but improved the tile layout before he cut it. We added a few items to the bid so Mat needs to revise his estimate. We got several bids prior to selecting Mat so we know his cost is very competitive.
    - Barbara G.
  • A
    Everyone was very professional: quality of work, cleanup, willingness to make minor changes to the original plan, punctuality.  Wide range of materials to choose from.  Very friendly and helpful sales staff.
    - Fred B.
  • A
    How do you define excellence except to say that these guys seem to only know one rule: do everything possible to get it right the first time.   I had no idea what refacing a cabinet meant before we started and it sounded a little weird to us, but I will defy anyone to see these cabinets and not have your jaw drop at the professional look and feel and function.  All the extra time and energy spent carefully measuring, and measuring again, was very impressive.   We even has a tour, not just of the showroom, but of the actual cabinet shop itself, where all the custom work and finishing is done.  We went to the showroom to pick out cabinet finsh and style from an impressive selection.  Now that I remember, the soft close feature and some of the cabinet styles were a bit extra, but not significantly so. 
    From start to finish, every detail was attended to, and if any small detail was missed, we were invited to mention it.  I had the cell phone # of Kerry, the sales specialist, and spoke to her a couple of times on the weekend to make sure of who was coming the following Monday, since I had forgotten.  To label Kerry as only a sales rep would vastly underestimate her knowledge of the process, from countertops to sinks to cabinet design to scheduling and installation and more.  An example of the time this family business puts in:  Kerry spent the entire 8 hours of countertop installation at the our house, keeping an eye on the process, answering our questions and pointing out to the installers any minor issue that needed attention.  Another time, Kevin, the head of the company, came out to our house after we signed the contract and spent over 5 hours precisely refining the earlier measurement estimates done by Kerry at the onset.   
    I neglected to mention that we acted as our own contractors, a challenge for sure and one not everybody would want to endure, but we learned a lot as well as saved a lot of money AND we saved 40-50% more having cabinets refaced rather than having the entire kitchen and bathroom ripped out and completely starting over.  Plus, it made the process a bit shorter with less mess for sure.   Now that I see th result (it may sound silly, but I can't wait to get up for coffee and the "view" each day and I'm not talking about a sunrise).  This glow will fade i'm sure, but what we will remember is the professional, and personal, attention given to our project and to us through the entire journey.  We are very proud of the remarkable harmony of cabinet finish, Quartz countertops, floors, appliance finish (slate) and even the cabinet pulls.  But the support of the Cabinet Crafter folks was the key to so much of this success.  Thank you.
    - michael s.
  • C
    I did not go with the provider.  They told me that to get frameless shower doors in my master bathroom, it'd be $4,000 installed. They even identified who they'd be getting it from.  I called the vendor and the vendor said they'd do it for $1,500 after I gave the the measurements.  Yancey is marking up their glass by $2,500.  Which is an insane money grab. Of course, they need to make a profit.  But that kind of markup is just gouging someone.  Go with an independent guy that doesn't need to mark up third party work.   They will force you to go to their cabinet maker, and hardware distributors.  Begs the question whether there's a kickback.
    The high grades are for their designer who was professional, punctual, and always responsive.




    - Danielle R.
  • F
    First, they would not provide me with an itemized bid. Steve King said that Kitchen Mart would not allow him to do itemized bids.  Which means they're refusing to tell you what each component costs. Why wouldn't a company be willing to do that?  Second, their bid was 33% higher than my original bid they were doing a comparison off of!  Crazy.  Look elsewhere. Shady way of doing business not tell you individual cost items.
    - Danielle R.
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