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  • A
    SOD Home Group
    We did a remodeling project for our house. Luxcess Home by SOD Builders was very knowledgeable, skilled, did met all the deadlines of many topics related to the remodeling project, communicated with us very often and met the budget very good. The office staff and the project manager were sharp, knowledgeable and always responded punctually to us. The communication was critical during the remodeling process. The painting team did a very detailed job and made sure to cover everything before they even started to paint. After the work was finished, our supervisor came over and checked everything at the house. All his corrections were fixed by Luxcess Home by SOD Builders people on a the same week. Luxcess Home by SOD Builders did the remodeling job done very professionally and to our best satisfaction.
    - Steve C.
  • A
    Unique Plastering
    Unique Plastering came out gave us a bid on re-stucco on the back of our house. Manny gave us the quote and I said, Hired....I didn't even interview anyone else. Manny was professional and knew what he was talking about. Unique Plastering came out when they said they would and did the job, and cleaned up everything upon finishing. The quality of the work was fantastic and they will always be first choice for us.
    - Dave N.
  • A
    Everlast Construction
    I am an engineer in Silicon Valley and as such have been known to be direct, and some would say abrasive. Dealing with oversensitive people has always been a problem for me as I have trouble communicating succinctly simple issues without polite social protocol getting in the way. I have read a lot of the reviews here about Everlast sales people, and project managers being the same. I personally found this refreshing. Working together, we got a lot done in short order. I knew exactly what I wanted, and a good feel for how do to it. We were able to get to the heart of matters quickly and didn?t worry about any distracting conversational pleasantries. In fact, I found their employees delightful in this way. I chose Everlast because of their aggressive sales representatives and the upfront honesty I perceived in them. They could deal with me and me with them. From this beginning, I formed a relationship of trust with the employees of Everlast. We both understood each other. If, at times I perceived the construction work was not proceeding as planned, l learned the most important lesson when dealing with Everlast was this trust and patients. As time went on, Guy Hagai became my project manager and go to person at Everlast. I found him attentive to my queries, very easy to work with, and detail oriented. He kept me updated regularly with the progress of project and made me aware of a lot of the things I had overlooked ? thankfully. His management of this project relieved me of a lot of the stress I otherwise would have suffered through because this was the first time I had ever undertaken such a large project and was not knowledgeable of all aspects of its scope. Because of his years of experience in this field, with customers like me, and dealing with the many issues related to City permitting, scheduling, material selection and so on, things progressed smoothly because of his stewardship. The initial quote for the work to be done was $80K. It was to include 3 new bathrooms, new kitchen, new master bedroom, installation of tile floors, new ceilings, all new electrical, 14 new doors, complete interior painting, installation of recessed LED lights (and a lot of other incidentals ? too long to list). I was told that their best estimate for completion was to be 3 months. By the fourth month, job was not complete. I caught myself getting impatient and inquired why. Everlast informed me that due to new building code requirements, (added window egress required for new master bedroom and extra peering under removed load bearing wall) these delays were the result of City engineers being back logged for weeks as a result of the booming construction being done in the area. The delay was caused by circumstances beyond their control. What they didn?t tell me was that because of these changed code requirements, they were obligated to modify the structural design drawings, and re-submit them to the City of Fremont ? twice. They did this work without charging me extra. I know how much it costs to have this done ? between $2000 to $3000. Again, they did it without extra cost to me. But dealing with the city caused a 6 week delay ? not their fault. I can attest to this because I have dealt with the city of Fremont as well and understand how impacted they are. Everlast used the time to add features to the house I had not planned on getting - for free. I estimate the cost of these added extras to be in excess of $30K as I had long ago gotten quotes from other companies to have them done individually. In total, this amount would far exceed the loss in rent I suffered from a vacant house and delayed completion. Even after the City approved the modified plans Everlast continued to add features they felt ?should? be done. They did these things without asking me for more than the agreed on $80. Everlast did these they are conscientious, trust worthy, and were interested in doing a professional, thorough job which would satisfy me ? the customer. They accomplished this and more. All I had to do was be patient. The list of ?no added cost? additional improvements Everlast made to my property which were not included in the original quote of $80K are as follows: 1. Removal of load bearing wall and installation of glue-laminate beam and under house peering. 2. Construction of ?pass through? opening from the kitchen to the dining room for convenient inter-room access. 3. Adding motion detection LED lights in all bedroom closets. 4. Installing cedar wood flooring in all closets. 5. Wiring and installing ceiling fans in all bedrooms. 6. Installing 2 new windows to allow for egress code compliance. 7. Refinishing of all the existing wood floors in the house. 8. Refinishing of all the existing tiles floors in the house. 9. Installation of glass brick shower stalls, and entry way walls. 10. Replacing all ?under house? sewer lines from all bathrooms, kitchen, and laundry room all the way up to the city line. This alone would have been a $6000 expense. They did a beautiful job under there. 11. Re-routing of kitchen gas range hood exhaust flue through attic/roof in order to accommodate an enlarged diameter pipe. 12. Removal of many walled structures within the house which wasted a lot of floor space and once removed opened up the architecture significantly. 13. Purchase and installation of hardwired carbon dioxide/monoxide detectors in every room. I found the employees of Everlast to be very easy to work with. They always had my interests in mind. I got way more than I expected and would recommend this company to anyone in need of such services. Three days after Everlast completed construction, I received multiple requests to rent the property. All who saw it thought it was beautiful. By the fourth day a rental agreement lease was signed. Here is a view of ?almost? finished product: [*** Link removed ***]
    - scott c.
  • A
    CertaPro Painters of Fremont, CA

    The owner T.J. came out to examine the site.  He provided a written proposal that was a little lower than others, and a lot of information about their process, available color-consultant, guarantee, etc. T.J. was available by phone or email to answer any questions about the proposal. He said he wanted to do whatever it takes to win my business. Other companies didn't seem as customer-service focused as CertaPro of Milpitas.  These were some things I noticed during the proposal phase.

    During the actual work process communication was great throughout. The owner, T.J., came out to the site every day and talked with me and with the painters, discussed any problems or open questions.  The lead painter Joe communicated with me throughout the day whenever any questions came up, and at the end of each day let me know that they were leaving and what the status of the work was and what they would be doing next. Both painters were always courteous and polite.

    They did several days of prep before they started actual painting.  They gave me good advice about fixing some of the pre-existing problems like sloppy stucco that had been smeared over the edge of the vinyl windows. They were somehow able to remove it without leaving a trace.

    I appreciated that the painters took pride in their work and doing the best job they possibly could. They were very competent and knew exactly how to handle every situation they encountered.  They did a lot of detail work I honestly never expected painters to do.  They spent more time doing things carefully and thoroughly than I ever expected.  This made me feel I was getting a great value for what I was paying.  At the end of the job T.J. came out and they had me walk around and carefully look over the work to point out anything missed and make sure I was satisfied with every aspect of it.

    In summary I was very impressed with their commitment to customer satisfaction and the superior level of workmanship provided.

    - John G.
  • A
    The project went very well - on time, on budget (with later extra on change orders) with overall good quality. Mike finished the project exactly on the day he promised! To achieve that, he put extra effort on weekend himself to keep everything on track per the schedule he handed over to us when we signed the contract, which is very tight and other contractors say they can't do. We really, really appreciate that as the winter was coming and Christmas was just around the corner.  He stuck on the quality. He saw the exterior stucco work had some flatness problem on one side (he called it wavy but I didn't notice that at all. He said that he could see it at 2:30 pm when the sun light shines at certain angle). He got his subcontractor back, scraping down the stucco and refinishing it until he satisfied). His subcontractors including electricians, cabinetry guys, granite guys, tile guys, hardwood floor guys, glass shower guys all provided top quality workmanship (5 out of 5). Only the interior texture guys may earn a little than perfect rating (still good but not great - 4 out of 5). This may due to his regular experienced guy had injury on his arm so his apparatus finished the work.    I highly recommend Mike -  his bid may not be the lowest but should be reasonable and you can't go wrong with him.
    - Yingjian W.
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    Custom Exteriors Inc
    Quality of work was outstanding and work was finished well ahead of time. John Banke and Francisco were both very professional, made helpful suggestions to improve the final results and were very accommodating. Good companies are hard to come by in this business. I would use them again in a flash if the need arose.
    - Srinivasan M.
  • A
    So-Unique did an excellent job. They arrived on time, and finished the job on time. They were also very careful to keep the area clean, and to clean up any mess that did make. When a problem developed with the sheet rock, they quickly came back and fixed the problem. The guy that came back reminded me that if any other problems appear, to call them back. I am very pleased with their work.
    - Iris Y.
  • B
    Custom Exteriors Inc
    The sales associate was very helpful and helped us through the decisions in the process. The lead contractor was barely ok. He would promise to do things and not follow through. He would promise to show up at certain times and not actually make it - mostly a talker and not much of a doer. The actual workers who did the work were exceptionally good, and did take care to do careful work, but timelines were not even close to being met. We did not have a problem with the work taking longer, but the company should have been more realistic in the time frame required. The lead contractor went on an extended vacation during the job which made it difficult to get the last bit of the work done to our satisfaction. The most distressing thing, though, was that the lead contractor authorized about $40,000 to run on my credit card without my express authorization about one week before Christmas...this was rectified relatively quickly after my very forceful phone calls to the owner of the company, but it definitely soured the relationship with this firm which is really too bad since the work that was done was very good overall. I had made several attempts to contact the company regarding the timing of payments prior to this, but those contacts did not result in clear information regarding payments. I think if we had to do it over again, we would have this company do the windows and go with a different firm for the stucco.
    - Peter G.
  • A
    Custom Exteriors Inc
    Initial impressions based on estimation visit; estimation visit was easy to schedule and the salesperson showed up on time. Made measurements and had to call Kevin to match a competitors bid. Estimate given was $2100. I decided to visit their showroom; sales person showed me windows and gave me a final estimate of $2500! Nevertheless I decided to go with them because of favorable reviews on Angie's List and the *owner* seemed like a person I could trust. Window measurement: person came out as agreed made measurements and left. Window replacement: a crew of 3 came in and did all the work on the windows in one day. There was apparently some miscommunication between the sales and workers, but the foreman took care of all issues. Window stucco: I am willing to bet $100 that the stucco work was subcontracted (the sales person's claim was all the folks are on the company payroll). The person did a decent job (but I have to admit I am no expert when it comes to stucco!). There was some pressure to sign off on worksheet after window install, but I deferred signing sheet until job was 100% done. Company sends a rep out to use Windex on windows and I give my final payment. Recommend a payment schedule with zero receivables in mail yesterday.
    - Vijay G.
  • A
    Five Star Windows
    When we decided to go with 5 Star Windows, Jose re-measured each window and door. We generated a check for 1/3 of the total costs and the company ordered the Milgard windows and doors. About five weeks later, Jeff arranged a week for installation. We issued a check for the second 1/3 of the total cost. Jose, Pedro, and Esparto teamed up and finished the job in four ten hour days. We provided milk bones and the fellows took good care of our dog, Missy. When the men finished the job, Jose and Missy shared a parting minute. The last 1/3 installment check went home with Jose for deposit. There is no question Milgard windows are top of the line. However, we also received top of the line care from 5 Star Windows. We believe the window fit and sealing, the stucco, and the trim work to be outstanding. In short, the consumers now enjoy a quality product and craftsmanship.
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