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    Thead's Custom Cabinetry
    Jim did incredible work. His attention to detail was impeccable. We took the old oven and micro combo out, and he had to recreate a frame to fit two new ovens, and it looks like it was always there. I could not be happier. It's hard to find craftsmen with pride in their work, and Jim definitely embodies that.
    - Toni C.
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    Superior Kitchen & Bath, Inc.
    Quality of Work: All of the subcontractors employed (tile work, granite and quartz countertop, electrical, plumbing, wood flooring, cabinet shop, interior design) were of top quality, making sure they kept to schedule and answered any questions we had. Kitchen layout and cabinets: We upgraded to beautiful walnut cabinets and we���re glad we did. They add an extra warmth and beauty to the kitchen. They are custom designed, so we got the vertical dividers, spice rack, under-cabinet drawers, trash and recycle bin pull-outs that make life more convenient for aging-in-place. The quality of the cabinet work is outstanding, both inside and out. They look like fine furniture. No funny little misfits that can happen even with the best factory ���stock cabinets���; they are never quite the dimensions you need. The layout allowed for a longer island with more counter space than we had and more clearance was gained by having a counter-depth refrigerator. To make up for less room for veggies, a Sub-Zero 2-drawer refrigerator was installed. Tile Work: These subcontractors worked extra hard to meet schedule, working into the evenings sometimes. (with our permission) The work involved tearing out a roman tub and replacing with an at-grade shower with no step-over dam and no shower door, so the exact slope of the shower floor was very critical so that the water would flow into the drain and not out onto the rest of the shower room. Plumbing: While the roman tub was being jack-hammered out, a leak was detected in the cold water line. After a leak-detector company found the location of the leak, the job site supervisor and plumber were able to facilitate a workaround by tapping into the cold water line in the master bath. Unfortunately this workaround eventually prevented cold water from going to the kitchen sink. Another workaround was put in place, where the outside water line was tapped into, a line run underneath the outside countertop and back into and under the kitchen sink. These workarounds only set the schedule back slightly. Scheduling: The office supervisor issued a work schedule each week showing us what activities were going to be accomplished each day. If someone didn���t come when expected, she was very responsive to our calls to find out why that particular contractor was unable to show that day and she always got back with me that same day, so I knew why. We never felt ���abandoned���. Granite and quartz slabs: The Superior Crew didn���t blink an eye when we discovered the incorrect size of quartz slab was being installed. They simply fixed the error at their considerable cost. This didn���t really cause an overall schedule impact because other tasks were being accomplished while waiting for the correct size slab. Interior Design: With 10 hours of an interior designer���s time included in the contract price, we were able to cut through hours of agonizing over tile choices. Our interior designer helped us make choices so that various aspects of the design were not competing with each other, like choosing a kitchen floor tile that did not compete with the granite on the island. The interior designer put together all of our choices, including grout colors, into a Google spreadsheet which helped guide the tilers and wood flooring folks. Wood Flooring: These subcontractors did an outstanding job in, first, leveling the floors so that there will be no future warpage, and second, in their attention to detail. They took their time on the more complex parts of the flooring, like where steps and vertical surfaces needed to be wood covered. The supervisor came back later to inspect their work, inform us of how to care for our new floors, issuing us a Bona cleaning kit, and lots of good advice. Electrical: All of our lighting choices were implemented the way we wanted, with lots of choices, depending on what task is happening in the kitchen: eating at the kitchen table, or preparing meals or washing dishes. They also came back to troubleshoot wiring for our telephone answering machine. Painting: This subcontractor put in lots of time, both in making sure that the surface texture was added properly, ensuring that a 10-ft plus shaft to a ceiling skylight was skip-troweled and painted, and that any missed areas were touched up. They made sure to match the existing woodwork so that we didn���t have to get the woodwork in the entire house redone. They came back as part of the end-of-the-project punch list work and made sure that every little detail was the way we wanted. Details, details, details: Finally at the end of the project, we listed anything we wanted fixed in a ���punch list���: grout needing more fill, new door in kitchen installed with a more stable base and grout rather than vinyl on the inside, paint touch-ups, wall gouges needing fill and paint. All of this was done over a period of several days until we got exactly what we asked for. Follow up: Superior Kitchen & Bath considers its clients as part of their ���family��� and has helped us with a problem we experienced after the remodel was complete. The office supervisor helped me locate ��� along with the helpful personnel at Ferguson ��� a microwave that would fit into the existing cut-out in our new cabinets. And their personnel will help install it! Above and beyond the call of duty. Kudos to all of the personnel at Superior Kitchen and Bath. I have already recommended them to our friends who are about to embark on a master bath remodel.
    - Nancy J.
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    Thead's Custom Cabinetry
    I sent Jim a message and he was very responsive. We had details and specs and he did a great job of creating a "new" space and making it look very nice. He also, w/out prompting, shored up some bottoms of cabinets that needed more support. We have already talked about a few other things we would love for him to do. Very pleased clients.
    - Toni C.
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    Superior Kitchen & Bath, Inc.
    The project went fine. Tom, Lisa and Brittany are excellent to work with. They are professional and responsive to our questions and any concerns that we had. The contractors were always polite, friendly and punctual. Manny, the project manager was on top of the project at all times. My husband, who works in the industry had some concerns about a few grout lines around the tub, but Manny had the crew there within hours to make very minor corrections. Lisa's input regarding color coordination, counter top finish edges and cabinet handles was on point. She convinced me to change from all white decor to mauve base cabinets--I must admit I absolutely love them. We would not hesitate to recommend Superior K&B to our friends and relatives and we will most definitely use them in the future for other projects.
    - beverly E.
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    James Bailey
    James was friendly and willing to tackle it all after assessing each job. His pricing was fair and we found him very easy to work with. We had two separate work days, and by the second visit he had figured out how to fix the wood rot and the door threshold, which were challenging. We appreciated his "can do" attitude and attention to customer service. We wouldn't hesitate to use him in the future.
    - KAREN W.
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    A Revitalized Bath And Kitchen
    The installation went very well, with few complications. The new door needed a slightly larger opening and they were able to make the adjustments needed without any issues. The job was completed on time. The new door looks and functions beautifully.
    - Rhonda H.
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    Phil Perin
    We've used them several times, in fact, the last couple of times I've called them they've been so busy. I had to get somebody else but they does an excellent work. The price is reasonable, it can down when they said it was going to. They finish the job on time and they clean up after themselves. They are not the cheapest.
    - CORINA T.
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    The Kitchen Doctor
    He was able to come into a preexisting kitchen remodel which had not been finished before we bought the home, and finished the molding around the cabinets Ordinarily this would not have been a complicated job, however whoever installed the cabinets did not mount them properly and it was impossible to reinstall the cabinets without having to do some major rework. He was able to work around the problems and still make it look right thought it isn't. Excellent job considering what he had to work wit
    - CYNTHIA K.
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    A Revitalized Bath And Kitchen
    I had initially contacted A Revitalized Bath and Kitchen to resurface my kitchen sink.
    However, we decided to go with a new sink altogether and have them do the installation.
    The job would not be an easy task, as my previous sink was tiled-in. Removing it without damaging the existing
    granite tile counter would be difficult.
    Greg came out to my home and we discussed all the options. He took measurements and carefully took note
    of my existing sink. I had not yet purchased a new sink so he researched and made suggestions on what he thought
    would work in the existing space.
    The installation was pushed back a day due to a scheduling problem on their part. I found out the morning of, so I had to adjust my schedule to have them come the following day.
    The removal of the old sink was challenging, but Greg and Erik did an excellent job of removing it with minimal damage to the existing tiles. I was very pleased with the way they took great care to protect my counters. They even built a special rig for the removal.
    However, a few replacement tiles were still needed and finding a match required a trip
    to Orange County to pick them up. This resulted in the job completion being delayed until the next day.
    The replacement tiles were not a good match. Erik and Greg were very professional about it and insisted that the work be done correctly and look the way I wanted it. Erik found new tiles locally within a few hours and was back on track to finish the job that day.

    The sink turned out beautifully and you would never know that they replaced any of the tiles surrounding it, as they matched the tiles perfectly.
    They were on time, professional, and thorough. I am very happy with the service I received and plan to use them again
    in the future for other home improvements.

    - Rhonda H.
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    TRC Garage
    We used to have a shameful garage that was so full of junk and so nasty that one contractor who came to give us a bid left; never
    called again and never came back. But Ryean from TRC Garage Specialist waded through our junk, got down and dirty
    moving our stuff so he could measure and brought in an amazing garage remodel.
    The cement slab had multiple cracks but the workmen spent hours cleaning out and filling in the fissures. We watched them apply the epoxy layers. Fascinating! After a month, the epoxy floor still sparkles even when it's dusty from use. It���s speckled so it doesn���t show quite so readily the debris that the wind blows in.
    The cabinets with the one inch shelves are perfectly positioned and so sturdy. The shelves don���t sag even though we have loaded them with some pretty weighty boxes. The cabinets were skillfully made and carefully hung by diligent, hardworking craftsmen. Cabinet doors are hung perfectly even. It���s so nice to have all that ugly, but necessary garage stuff, hidden behind nice looking cabinetry. The epoxy floor blends in perfectly with the cabinet finish.
    In fact, it���s so pretty; we decided not to waste it on the cars. Instead we moved in an elliptical, a treadmill, a big screen TV and a few comfy leather chairs. Sorry cars. We are so happy.

    - George C.
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