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  • A
    Horizon Construction & Remodeling Inc
    We chose Horizon to refresh the exterior of our home based upon the good ratings in Angie���s List and Houzz. They were very prompt in setting a time to meet with us. Leo listened very well to what we wanted to have done and then he walked us through how they would go about getting the job done. He detailed for us the many steps they would go through to prepare for the work that would need to be done for removing old facade, adding new stucco, painting, adding stone veneer and replacing patio fence. He explained some of the extra steps they do that others skip, which are important for a long-lasting result. Leo laid out for us the expected start time and timeline for completion. Based upon some other estimates that I had received, Horizon���s cost estimate was very reasonable. Their back-office staff was also very helpful to us in selecting the materials to be used on the job and working with us on scheduling. Once the job got started, it progressed according to plan, and all city inspections were completed timely without need for any change to the work they had done. The job was completed to our satisfaction, on time and on budget; they even did a few extra add-ons without charging us anything extra. Job well done, thank-you!
    - Curt C.
  • A
    Above It All Roofing, Inc
    If you are looking to have your roof replaced or repaired, you can not do better than to call Above It All Roofing.  We contacted them in November, for an estimate along with estimates from 2 other roofing companies.  Long story short, we decided to go with an independent roofer that was recommended to us by a friend, which turned out to be a terrible mistake.  After over three weeks we still did not have a roof.  I called David Brunn with Above It All Roofing, , who did the original estimate for us and explained the situation and asked him if there was any way that he could come out and look at what we had and give us an estimate on what it would cost to fix it.  He came out within a couple of hours, looked at the state of the roof and said he would get with his boss, Michael Allen (the owner) and see if they could help us.  He said he would get back to us that day.  He called us back, said that they could help us and would get started as soon as possible and would work us in when they could, because they had several other jobs working at the same time.  They started the next day by coming out and hauling away all of the trash that the previous roofer had left in front of our house and never removed.  David Brunn, pulled the new permit with the city that Friday. They came out the next day with a full crew, removed all the damaged underlayment and nails and began replacing the damaged, broken and rotted shiplap, rafter tails and replaced all the facia boards.  By the end of the day they had completed all of the woodwork and had our roof completely protected from the rain.  The following Saturday they came out again with a full crew and completed our entire roof, including all new flashings and vent pipes, which they painted to match the new roof shingles, along with 4 new dormer vents.  When they initially came out, Michael Allen promised that they would have us completed by the end of the following week and they did.  They worked quickly, professionally and completed the roof and all repairs to the wood as we had requested. This company and all of the staff that we dealt with were extremely professional and showed genuine concern for what we had dealt with from the other roofer including the damage done by the other roofer. David Brunn was here consistently, during the entire roofing procedure.
    My wife and I cannot thank, David Brunn, Michael Allen, and Alejandro and the entire Above It All Crew, enough for the job they did.
    If you want a roof on your home that you can be proud of and not look back and wonder if you paid too much,
    call Above It All Roofing, you will not regret having a job, well done.
    - Don A.
  • A
    Kevin's Painting Svc
    I researched Angie's List for painters .  I found 3.  I called all of them via phone.  All 3 returned my call in a respectable amount of time.  They all came to my house to assess the work to be done and subsequently provided me a quote. I felt most comfortable with Kevin.  He certainly had the best answer for my concern with the tile roof.  He told me that his crew uses "thick" styrofoam sheet to walk on the roof.  Great answer but it did not happened!  Regardless they showed up on time.  One negative about the beginning of the job, Kevin did not show up at the same time as his crew, he came much later.  It would certainly make the customer feel more at ease for Kevin to introduce his crew and not let them show up with just a piece of handwritten job order.  Regardless, Kevin's crew led by Arturo were simply the best.  Arturo was the best supervisor for the job.  He knows his paint, he is meticulous, detailed oriented, professional , and I could go on.  Because of Arturo and his crew, the end results were outstanding.  I had another vendor that subsequently refinished my floors, he was so impressed with the paint job and the attention to details that he contacted me to get the contact info for Kevin's Painting..  Great Job! Thank you Kevin, Arturo and his crew.
    - Luc P.
  • A
    GoodFellas Construction
    We were looking for a general contractor to help us with some long overdue fixes at our home. We looked on Angie's List and found GoodFellas Construction, the remodel was extensive. Our home needed major changes since it has not been seriously renovated since it was build. We needed a lot of  work done we did; layout changes, wall paper removal, wall resurfacing (to even out the wall so they look normal) removal of old carpet, vinyl floors, new windows, new sliding door (doorway to the backyard) additional lighting and we redid one full bathroom, one powder room as well as, the whole kitchen since, it has not been renovated since its build date. We also added to our renovation in the middle of the remodeling process- we added the outside wood. The outside wood like most of the house went through it's natural wear and tear. We needed help fast!!!  Remodeling the house with GoodFellas was honestly tons of fun! We went to different tile and cabinet places in Irvine with our project manager and he would give us the inside scoop to what was worth splurging on and what was not worth it. He also had great suggestions on what sites to go to get ideas on the different styles I could use, but he was never too assertive and always guided us but never pointed which direction we should take aesthetically. The guys that worked on our house were just great fun guys that were always great to be around. They never complained during the heat and cleaned up the best they could when they left. e had a fair idea of what we hope to accomplish with our home.  We did  research online prior to meeting Goodfellas. still their experience took our vision even further, they put together mock ups and worked within our agreed budget without sacrificing the quality of work. As I said earlier we had lots of projects going on here it is-
    Master bath, I really wanted some simple, but with a splash of color. We completely demolished the room and started from scratch, we got rid of the tub that doubles as a shower and got a bigger standing shower with a seat! We also added sea blue glass looking tiles all the way towards the ceiling and added a beautiful glass walls and doors around the shower. We had only working sink, we got the other one fixed and added a beautiful double vanity with 4 recessed lights. For the floor we did white subway tiles. The result was more beautiful that I envisioned it was going to be! My husband and I absolutely love the simplicity of it! The guys knew that was our only shower source so they moved extra quickly on it. The whole bathroom project took 10 days!! We're so happy that we didn't have to find temporary living space during the remodel! For the powder room we used a stand alone sink that makes the room look bigger. 
    For the rooms we changed the carpet (thank goodness) to a beautiful soft sand color. And we changed the entire living room and kitchen floor with subway tiles, since I absolutely love them. The kitchen had a wall that separated the room to the living area, we got rid of the wall and added an island (bar). This was our project managers best design idea. it's really nice to be cooking and still feel like I'm apart of conversations outside the kitchen. The windows,  were so horrible we got new beautiful window with wood shutters that really makes our home look beautiful from the outside and in. We also decided to get rid of most of the lamps around the house and opted in for more recessed lighting, they cleaner we love that aspect about them. We went on houzz and found really great modern farmhouse kitchen, I showed my project manager and what he created at the end is even better then we envisioned it to be! 
    We had the easiest time with them such a great group of guys that worked on our home. We need to do our roof and some work in our backyard in the near future we'll definitely go to people we know that can handle it, goodfellas! The guys worked 6 days a week and was able to complete the job in 8 weeks. That's impressive considering the scale of the project.We're so happy with the outcome we'll update our review as soon as we start or outside projects next month!!! 
    - Carol B.
  • A
    Specialty Siding
    Great! The crew (Victor and Abraham) were on time each day and worked long hours in order to complete the job. Daily clean up was done as well. Our sales rep Dave was very kind and informative. He was very helpful in assisting me to understand all my options without me feeling pressured @ all! Also Gail the owner was wonderful! At times that I felt a bit confused with all the details she clarified things for me. Would definitely recommend Specialty Siding!
    - theresa b.
  • A
    Timeless Touch Home Remodeling Company
    We've renovated two other homes from top to bottom but nothing to the extent of this project. We remodeled and repaired everything in this 40 year-old home except for three rooms in this house. Timeless Touch was referred to us with high recommendations from our realtor. Jerimy Boyd is the owner/operator of this company and he is honest, hardworking and takes pride in his workmanship. He looked after all the permits with the City, the headaches with the Homeowner's Association and started this project off on the right foot. We built a 2nd story addition over the garage, a 1st story addition in the entrance and created a grand foyer, which increased our living space by just under 700 square feet.
    We just bought a home that had been flipped by an investor who and quot;remodeledand quot; the home by using cheap granite and just resurfaced the kitchen cabinets by putting another coat of paint on the door but left the 1970's interior intact. We decided to rip everything out except for the hardwood floors and build an addition over the garage to gain two more bedrooms and a bathroom, along with an addition to extend the foyer and den. This was an engineering feat because of all the footings we had to put in to support the 2nd story addition and removing load bearing walls to make the kitchen an open-concept design. Our real estate agent recommended Jerimy Boyd at Timeless Touch, who worked with us from start to finish by recommending a competent structural engineer/architect, getting all the permits and dealing with the Home Owner's Association on my behalf. What I liked about this contractor was that they did all the work themselves vs. hiring a bunch of subcontractors, came on time every day 7:30-4:30 and cleaned up everything each day. My neighbors would come over and always comment on how they appreciated our house not looking like an eyesore, unlike most other construction sites. Timeless Touch guarantees all workmanship and I've appreciated working with Jerimy and his crew because they are honest and respectful of the home that they are working in ( I've experienced 6+ contractors who have smoked inside our other homes, defiled the restrooms, and ruined our linens while wiping their under-washed hands). I would recommend Timeless Touch because I plan on using them again for future home projects. This is a relationship I'd like to keep whereas in the past, I used to always say, and quot;good riddance!and quot; after a project was completed by my other contractors.
    - Jeanie C.
  • A
    Vincent Smith
    Vince returned calls and showed up on time. I worked with him doing the painting while he did the hard part of cutting the wood and piecing it all together. He is confident in what he is doing, but not overbearing. Very easy to work with. Reasonable cost. Would definitely use him again. Wish I could give an A+.
    - Brian O.
  • D
    George Parks Roofing & Painting
    We had numerous issues with how the work was done, as well has how George responded to our concerns, and would not hire him again.

    Most of his workers spoke no English at all, and the foreman only spoke limited English, making communication difficult. When we had a disagreement over how some of the work was being done, George raised his voice over the phone and threatened to quit the job. He was supposed to come over in person to resolve the matter, but never showed up and just had his men continue the work.

    The first thing they did was power wash the house, which didn't make much sense to me since they would need to tear down the existing siding and re-stucco before painting, both of which would generate a lot of dust and rubbish. When removing the old wood siding, they left the old tar paper, now torn and ragged, in place, making it hard to see the studs. My husband pointed out that one of the studs that was visible was ridden with old terminate damage and bought a 2x4 for them to replace it. They put up combination chicken wire / tar paper over the old stuff and stuccoed before I could inspect it. However, on one corner of the wall they hadn't completed, I noticed the tar paper was underlapped, which is improper installation. I asked them to fix this and they said they would, but I suspect the rest of the tar paper that was already stuccoed over had the same problem. Later, I was able to see from the inside of my unfinished garage, that the tar paper was punctured in places.

    We were expecting the brick veneer to be thin cut brick facade affixed to a backer board, much like what is done with faux rock siding. However, this was not stated in the contract. What they actually did was build a free-standing brick wall in front of the wood framing, which is okay except it means the wall (which is not attached to the house slab) moves separately from the house in the event of settling or earthquakes. This could cause the wall to crack or fall. In fact, the pre-existing concreting footing they used for one side of the wall base was already unstable. Although George agreed to re-pour the unstable footing, he told us not to worry about the construction technique and and insisted the approach we were advocating (thin brick attached to backer board) wouldn't look right and he refused to do it. Given our concerns, we inquired with the city building office if a permit was required for this work, and indeed it was. When I told George of this, he became upset and threatened to quit.

    The workers eventually finished the brick veneer, but I noticed a couple of other problems. The tar paper backing had not been extended over the sill plate (in fact, it stopped just short of the top of it), meaning moisture can weep into the wall. George was dismissive of this concern and said that wouldn't be a problem in a dry place like California. I also pointed out one of the walls was missing a weep hole, which they did end up addressing (although it probably doesn't matter, as any moisture will likely drip into my wall before finding its way to the weep hole). The garage motion lights attached to the brick were installed with exposed wirenuts. When my husband brought this up to George he said ?I'm not an electrician? and said we should hire one. The foreman eventually agreed to cover them with the old junction boxes, which were not a good fit and haphazardly affixed, but better than nothing.

    The painters sprayed the first coat without having done any prep work on the wood (trim, facia, and eves). I don't know if they primed any of the new stucco siding, but they almost certainly didn't prime the repaired stucco because it was applied and painted the same day (which means it wasn't properly dried). My husband spoke to the foreman about the lack of prep work, and he assured him they were going to do it (despite the fact they'd already painted over flaking paint in some places). My husband inspected the work when they were done scraping and had them revisit various spots and pointed out places to caulk and patch (he was out there with them doing it together). They just ended up painting directly over these areas, and didn't prime first as they should have. My husband ended up doing quite a bit of touch up work after the fact where they had painted over flaking paint. Also, they didn't cover the wire screen vents on the garage when they sprayed, so our lawn mower (which was on the other side) ended but getting a nice streak of paint.

    The replacement concrete tiles appeared to be used. My husband had to send the guys back up on the roof twice to finally address all the broken tiles he could spot. Each time he marked the broken ones on paper for them, so there really was no excuse.

    The crew did not clean up adequately. They left behind their trash, pieces of tile, nails, gravel, sand, and even broken glass from the light bulb they broke.

      Another thing that bothered me is that George asked for half the money when the work began, which seems excessive. Perhaps that's what made him comfortable threatening to quit the job when we raised issues; I know we certainly had less leverage because of it.
    - Natalie P.
  • A
    L.A. Roofing and Restoration
    - Gene K.
  • A
    Specialty Siding
    - Mohammad S.
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