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Door Installation reviews in El Toro

  • A
    J & J Painting & Decorating
    Very professional, reliable and honorable company/ team to work with, not to mention their price is very competitive. I am really glad I hired them for my interior painting job, which includes the wall, ceiling, baseboard, and all the doors. Love the outcome and I���m really happy about it. As a matter of fact, I���m going to hire them again to paint my garage in the next couple weeks. They���re your worry-free team to work with.
    - Kester H.
  • B
    Home Remodeling By Treeium Inc - Orange Co
    The Lior Lazarovich was great he always text and tried to say on top of everything. The Project turn out better then I could hope for. They got the work done faster then we though it would be. They pass all the inspections with "Flying colors" However I need to add the workers they hire seem to make more work for themselves in every step they had to come back to fix mistakes. Also the workers showing up when told they would did not always happen. Bottom line would I hire them again YES. I have asked then to come back already for the next step I have planned at my home.
    - Jay R.
  • A
    American Vision Windows
    Initially we were a bit concerned, as we had asked if the project could be done by Christmas and were told it should not be a problem, however once we'd given the deposit and were called to schedule a measuring session, it was quite a ways out so given time for fabrication and scheduling an install it looked like it might not happen till Jan. However our sales person and the staff member who measured the windows said we would get them before the holiday. They were installed yesterday, the 27th of November, as promised after the measuring, so in plenty of time. We switched out our kitchen from a central, sliding window with fixed side windows to a central picture window with a set of casement windows on the sides. Huge difference, our yard overlooks a park and it's wonderful to see the view without the center bar, and poor condition glass. In our office we replaced the 2-panel slider with the same style, however the quality is tremendous, a huge difference. I've mentioned to friends I am having trouble with realizing the door is closed, as the glass is so clear that it looks like the old door when it was open. In addition the screens are virtually invisible. In our bedroom we changed the configuration from a 2-door slider to more of a french door look, with a pair of central sliders bracketed by solid panels. The central-locking screens work well, and the unit came with dual top-mounted sliding lockbolts built in. Really dresses up the room, we are changing our curtain setup in the room to make the door more visible. The install crew showed up right on time, and did a good job of not making a mess, and cleaning up after themselves. I had prepared everything by moving furniture out, removing window treatments and trimming roses and bushes outside the kitchen. I also had learned from the installer that the company was planning to put casing around the sliders, and would put up casing I supplied, which matched the rest of the house. I primed and painted it and cut a 45 degree angle on one end of each so they would only have to trim the straight end on uprights and one 45 on the top pieces. After they completed the installation they filled the nail holes and caulked everything. It will still need some more prep before the final paint but they did a good job. Respectful guys, polite and accommodating, the lead person walked me through everything and answered my questions. One thing I noticed right away was how much quieter it is in the house. There were quite a few kids playing in the park after the install, I closed the windows and doors and could no longer hear them. Looking forward to a hot day to see how well the windows perform reducing the pass-through of heat. On the final walkthrough I did discover a rip in the office slider screen, the lead person noted it and said I'd get a call back soon to set up a replacement of the screen material. I did get a call the next day and it's set up for the same week. We have a dog, and a sliding-door insert style doggy door, which no longer fit as the frame is thicker. I modified it to work with the new slider, and realized one of the top-mounted lockbolts would be a good way to add security to the unit, so the company is installing one when fixing the screen, for 60 dollars. I did not negotiate on that item, thought about it as I provided the casing which with paint cost more than that, given how accommodating they were with the project it's possible they would have discounted the price but we thought it was reasonable. My wife is very pleased with the results as well, we would recommend American Vision to others, and when it comes time to get windows for the rest of the house we'll call them back.
    - Dan M.
  • A
    Renewal by Andersen of Orange County
    Everything went smoothly. The front door looks beautiful. Touch up painter, who was a planned part of the installation schedule comes tomorrow. Installers came on time and were done in about 4 hours which is less than what we had expected. Jesus made sure that we were satisfied and whether we had any questions before they left. While we were hoping to spend less money to replace our door, Renewal by Anderson's price was competitive and we felt that their reputation was an important factor in the decision.
    - Bruce H.
  • A
    Renewal By Andersen Window Replacement
    Dan and the others who coordinated the visit were considerate of my time and explained the project thoroughly. The entire process was done with professionalism and attention to detail. While the glass was being made, I was kept well informed and was provided with the expected timeframe which was accurate.
    - RUSS C.
  • A
    Stephen King (owner) arrived at my home on time to give me an estimate for the work.  He gave me some great ideas and suggestions on how to make the most of the space as well as aesthetics.  He completed the design and estimate at my house and I had it in hand when he left.  Over the next few days we made a few changes in the design and clarified some of the details and signed a contract.  I was told it would take approximately 3 weeks to get the materials.  I was called two weeks later to schedule an install date.  The installation crew arrived promptly as scheduled.  three installers, arrived at 9:30 and were completely done and cleaned up by 4 PM.  The installation went off without a hitch.  The finish detail was excellent, caulking was clean and neat.  The lead installer walked the finished job with me and explained to me how to adjust shelves, etc.  The job site was left spotless.  The crew was pleasant and easy to have in my house.
    Prior to the install we painted the interior of the closets white.  We used white cabinet material which included double hanging, single hanging, lots of shelving and two clothes hampers.  The mirrored closets that we chose were the top of the line by Contractors Wardrobe, were frame less, triple door on a triple track.  They are awesome.  After years of wanting to redo my closets having them finally done is great.  The entire project was so easy to have done and the cost was very fair.  I highly recommend Interior Door and Closet Company.
    - Renee G.
  • B
    Kyle Beym Home Improvement
    This was my first experience working on a remodel. I picked Kyle because he had a coupon listed at the time for a reasonable amount for the labor and some basic materials.
    Contact with Kyle was very responsive via phone or email.
    I had to purchase all the tile, vanity, toilet, shower doors, faucets, and lighting myself. While this avoided any chance of a markup from the contractor, in retrospect I really could have used Kyle's assistance with double checking the quantities ordered and making sure that everything would work well together. We ran into several delays and instances where I had to scramble to find stuff that worked because what I ordered was insufficient or incompatible.
    The crew he sent were friendly and punctual, but the primary guy working on site seemed pretty new and did not speak a lot of English.
    The demo was done very quickly and the rest of the house remained pretty free of debris, but there was definitely a lot of plaster dust covering the adjacent rooms.
    The first problem we ran into was when our hot water stopped working. It took several days, multiple guys on the crew, and a lot of water before they finally realized that the new shower mixing valve had been installed backwards causing the hot & cold water pipes to flow into each other.
    The next problem was with the tile floor for the bathroom & shower. There were multiple small tiles on sheets that had a fixed pattern, but they ended up laying them down in an inconsistent orientation which caused the pattern to get screwed up. We didn't catch this until the tile guy had left for the day, but after calling Kyle he came back that night and scraped it all out. It wasted some tile but thankfully we had just enough extra to cover the rest of the floor. Ultimately there were still a few random loose tiles that were askew but thankfully they're not very noticeable. If you have them do patterned tile work, make sure you check it frequently!
    The last problem happened while they were hanging the medicine cabinet/mirror combo. They didn't ask which direction to hang it before it went on the wall, so it ended up going backwards from the direction it should have opened (it has two doors with an 70/30 split and the long door was put into a corner where it couldn't open fully). I asked them to rotate it and the did, but in the process of doing so they simply rotated it around without taking the shelves out and broke one of them. While it was very audible what happened, they didn't really take responsibility for breaking it and just swept up the glass without telling us what happened.
    A few other problems weren't noticeable until we started to use the bathroom again. The major issue was noticeable within a day or so was that the drain on the shower floor was slightly higher than the surrounding tile which meant there was always a little puddle of water in the shower. The other problem was that the grout in the shower area became cracked, discolored, and even fell out in some areas. I think in some cases this happened because the weight of the shower door caused the tiles it was placed on top of to lift up slightly. In any event, we eventually contacted Kyle about these issues and he sent a crew back in September to fix them and so far so good!
    Unfortunately one problem remained which I had asked them to fix as well; they mounted the towel bar on the wall slightly too far apart so there's a visible gap of about 1/8" where the rod can slide between both brackets. While I mentioned this before they left the job, they did not fix it on their last day or when they came back later in the year to fix other issues. It's livable for us, but it's a good example of something you'll want to pay attention to if you have Kyle's team work for you.
    While I liked working with Kyle himself, and I appreciated his willingness to resolve to the issues that came up, I think things would have gone smoother if he had taken a more active role in verifying or handling the ordering of supplies and if he'd come on site to regularly inspect the work. I suspect that some of the quality issues were because we got his B or C crew due to the coupon. If you trust yourself to order things and have time to inspect the work, I think you can get a good value for your money.
    - Andrew B.
  • A
    Bob was absolutely awesome! One of the friendliest and most relational repair men I've ever met. He was completely clear about each repair, the parts, labor, time it would take, options, etc. I helped him out a bit on the projects so got to know him even better. I plan to make Bob our permanent go-to handymen for all home projects and repairs I can't do myself.
    - Darlene B.
  • A
    Perfectly.  Bob and Martin are very respectful, don't get upset by the four barking dogs ( I try to keep them quiet).  Do excellent tag teaming to get the most out of my money.  I will have them back whenever I need help and Bob will agree to come.
    - Susan M.
  • A
    Mobile Screen Service
    Neto was very knowledgeable, efficient and professional.  The work that he provided was absolutely excellent.  I would highly recommend this company as well as use them again when needed.
    - Constance H.
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