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    Brian Broderick Handyman
    Brian did a terrific job with the work requested. He arrived on time, was very thorough, and made sure the work was done to my satisfaction. He takes a lot of pride in his work, which was shown in the final result of the projects he completed. He was also very helpful on answering questions as well as providing advice on future projects. He was very reasonable on the project pricing and cleaned up after the work was done. I would both recommend Brian and definitely rehire for him for additional work in the future.
    - Victor D.
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    Berger's Painting
    The entire job was done in one week and that's with a continuing rain therat and downpours.  Bob's staff fo four ment did an outstanding job of reporting on time, showing total and complete professionalism and working a highly efficient manner.  They were most considerate of the property and preserving the grounds and protecting all that they handled.  They could not have been more cooperative and freindly, not a trait found n ready supply these days with contractors.  The finished home looks brand new with its new coat of paint.  The washing of the roof tiles turned out beautifully and sparkles like new as well. Bob Burger, the owner, was up front about all aspects of the job from start to finish.  His price was extremely competitive.  All-in-all, this was a totally painless procedure and would not hesitate to recommend Bob and his crew to others.  On a separate note, I used one of his carpenters to reconstruct a wood fence on the patio along with installing glass bricks on top of a stucco wall. He did exemplary work and truly added a touch of class to the finished job. Art Hershey
    - Arthur H.
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    Renewal by Andersen of Orange County
    Casey and Fernando were conscientious and knowledgeable. They were careful to protect our home as they worked. This was important as all of the interior work had to be done while standing in the bathtub. They did an excellent job removing the glass block wall and installing the new window. We had them install a large window that slides. We selected Renewal by Andersen because we trust that the materials will stand up to being in a shower and that any water will that gets in the window track will drain. Casey and Fernando were a pleasure to have in our home.
    - Shirley D.
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    Stone Age Design & Build Inc
    We had asked eight different general contractors to submit estimates/bids for our full house interior remodeling project. All contractors were selected from Angie's list or/and yelp, all with excellent reviews and ratings. Being full time working parents of two young kids, and having a very little experience with house remodeling, ultimately we were looking for a contractor/crew the we could trust to execute on time and close to a proposed budget (and without "sweeping anything under a rug"). The estimate from Stone Age Designs was the most detailed and the easiest to understand. It was also the least ambiguous of all eight estimates that we've received (the labor costs were separated from the materials allocations and the estimated prices of materials were clearly identified). Moreover, Lou Philippe and his crew of Stone Age Designs invested by far the most time in measuring our house, and discussing what exactly we would like to do prior to submitting their bid. We ended up selecting Lou Philippe and Stone Age Designs for our project, and now, almost two month after the end of the project, we could not be happier with their work. The project took three month two complete (very closed to the originally plan). The entire process went very smoothly. No surprises! Throughout the project we had been in constant communication with Lou via email and text. He was extremely responsive: quick email replies any time of the day or night, very detailed invoicing, and always willing to spend time to answer questions. We had regular meetings (typically once a week) at the house, to discuss and inspect the progress, as well as to plan for the next week. Throughout the project,  Lou was a tremendous help with selecting materials (tiles, hardwood, paint, accessories, etc). Based on our selections, he did most of the purchasing and hauling himself. In addition, Lou took care of all the permitting, inspections and other city related headaches (with absolutely no delays to our great satisfaction). Moreover, Lou helped us a lot with elements of interior design (I probably should not say "he helped us" but rather write he "did" the design). We had shown him several inspiration shots of what final look of the house we desire. Based on our inspiration photographs, Lou prepared three different layouts, complete with 3D renderings. Similarly for master and kids bathrooms, he offered us at least 8 different layouts. Once we finalized the layouts, the crew quickly went to work. Often, they had to work around the material availability, as we managed to select few of the tile and plumbing products that required an extended shipping time. Both, kitchen and bathrooms were build very quickly (that is including custom cabinets and vanities). The crew was at the house six days a week (and sometimes seven), often working 10 hour days and then more. Both Lou and the crew members did show extreme attention to details. For example, after the interior of the house was painted they didn't just move on, but instead went around the house and carefully inspected and marked all (even the littlest) of the defects that required re-work. Similar inspection was done at the very end of the project. The payment schedule was NOT front loaded by any means, and seemed quite reasonable. Towards the end of the project they surprised us by performing few upgrades that we didn't ask for completely free of charge (e.g. install new doors for a hallway closet doors, extra smooth painting, some additional electrical work in the garage) The crew was very respectful and a pleasure to deal with (for example, whenever we were walking around the house, inspecting the progress, they would always pause and offer explanations of what there were busy with at the moment). At the day of the project completion, we found the house to be sparkling clean and ready for moving in (the windows and mirrors were wiped, the floors vacuumed, they even power washed the back yard and our drive way).  The stone age designs also came back few weeks after we moved in to do a quick inspection, and replaced a faulty faucet.  We are very happy with the quality of the work and overall experience. Thank you very much, Stone Age Designs!
    - Yevgeniy S.
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    I have never seen or met a contractor and his workers that are so clean.  EVERY day the yard was cleaned up immaculately.  It was like I didn't even have work being done.  Joe and his workers arrived every day on time and when he needed to pick up materials in the morning he always communicated with me ahead of time.  The work was completed within the specific contract term and I didn't have any issues with additional costs being added because of un-foreseen things happening.  In fact, I have already recommended Joe to couple of friends that are considering redoing their backyard.
    - Carrie S.
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    It is testy for me living with construction going on underfoot. We made it through. The bathroom in awesome, beautiful tile work, help with the cabinets, such a great update. Expensive shower fixtures, beautiful and functional.
    - Robin B.
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    - JANET G.
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    The contractor was terrific. He came to me with a detailed plan on how the work was going to flow and an estimate of how long it would take. His estimate was $19292 with the understanding that we may have change orders depending on we were going to find when we opened the walls to do the structural work. He has his own crew that were all experienced in electrical, plumbing, insulation, drywall and structural knowledge. He asked for a $1000 deposit. Smithie has a urban planning degree as well as a contractors license. The project went smoothly, and I did make some changes. He was open to all my suggestions. Our inspections went very well as did the structural engineer's visits especially when the new beam went into the kitchen ceiling. I received a payment request every two weeks or so which was very detailed as to what the payment was for. The project ended up at $26085.94. Phase II, new addition to bedroom and bathrooms started immediately.
    - BARBARA L.
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    He was honest and stood behind his work. He did what he was suppose to and was there when he was suppose to. He was a pleasure to deal with.
    - Stephanie H.
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    Jeff Kerber Pool Plastering & Remodeling
    I think the experience is well represented in the above start to finish. These people like the rest of us are not divine. A couple small bobbles were owned up to and the company took ownership without argument. As a homeowner and as a licensed contractor I can not rate them lower the very best I have seen in their industry.
    - EDMUND S.
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