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  • F
    GT BUILDERS
    He had a bunch of young people helping him. He would show them how to do the work and then leave them to do it. I asked about this but he said it'd be ok. We've had nothing but problems with the windows leaking. He keeps coming out and putting new silicone but it doesn't appear to be fixing the issue. During the last rain another window leaked and water got in the wall making the paint bubble and chip off. I'm almost certain he put the wrong kind of siding on the outside of the house which is causing the issues with the windows. I am going to have to have the windows pulled out and fixed by someone who actually knows what they're doing.
    - Robert G.
  • A
    A.W.Kelley Sewer 'D' Rooter Plumbing
    None better. Peace of mind. Honest to a fault, prompt, very reasonable. I would never risk calling anyone else. I've had enough experiences where you know you're getting ripped off because it's an emergency. That never happens with Anthony Kelley. He came to my home on CHRISTMAS when my water heater blew and I gave overnight guests. He got the job done. I am so loyal to this company.
    - gayle t.
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    The Healey Company Inc
    I currently live on the west coast, but came to own a family house in the South Side Slopes. By the time I acquired the house, it had deteriorated and was in very poor condition. As I really wanted to try and keep the house in the family, I realized I needed to find someone who could, at least, stabilize the house and get it into rent-able shape for me, as I would need that income to help pay for the work the place needed.
    Because I live so far away, it was especially crucial that I find someone I felt I could count on and trust. I found The Healey Company through Angie's List. They seemed perfect for the job; they are located in the South Side, they have lots of experience with working on old houses in that area, and they could even manage the rental property for me when the house was finished.
    I contacted them and soon learned that it was going to take a whole lot more money, and a whole lot more time, to do the job right. I?m a big believer in doing something right the first time, whenever possible, so I took a leap of faith (and took out a sizable loan) and embarked on this project with The Healey Company.
    I didn?t know what I was getting myself into, and perhaps The Healey Company didn?t either?taking on a complete novice client like me?but the results far exceed what I had originally envisioned. The house is beautiful and I seriously envy the tenants (the wonderful tenants that The Healey Company found for me) and look forward to someday being able to enjoy the house myself.
    Some of the plusses of working with The Healey Company: they guided me every step of the way?from helping me find a good local mortgage lender, to helping me the find insurance to cover the house while it was being renovated (a bank requirement and one of the biggest challenges). They did excellent work, fulfilling my wishes to bring as much light and as much storage space to the house as possible, and essentially turning a crumbling shell of a house into a solid, beautiful home and a credit to the neighborhood. I believe Mike Healey is an honorable person and I feel lucky to have found him and his company. Designer Christine Rider did an amazing job of finding me the best quality finishes and fixtures my budget allowed and I am grateful for her hard work, vision, good communication, and patience.
    Some of the minuses of working with The Healey Company: they are not inexpensive, but I believe, in the end, that they earned every penny and I got what I paid for (and probably then some). The project took longer than expected, but I guess with a 100+ year old house, ?surprises? are to be expected. Prompt communication is not Mike Healey?s strong suit. He always got back to me, eventually, but often not as promptly as I would have liked.
    - Mary W.
  • F
    Mickel Construction Inc
    This review is to warn other homeowners that Steve Mickel of Mickel Construction is an unprofessional and ridiculously overpriced contractor.  In June 2015 a cabinet designer referred me to contractor Steve Mickel, stating he was more
    professional than other contractors she has worked with.  Unfortunately my wife and I have found Mr. Mickel to be anything but professional.  Mr. Mickel and I agreed to meet at 3:30 on a Monday.  I had to rearrange my work schedule, race to pick up my children from school and get home in time.  However, it was all for naught as Mr. Mickel completely forgot about the appointment. After mounting frustration and forty minutes, I called him.  Upon answering the phone he didn?t know who I
    was and that we had an appointment, despite him telling me the meeting time two days before.  Due to the designers strong
    recommendation I was willing to set up another appointment.  Having been burned once, I called him an hour prior to the meeting to insure he would make it.  My instinct was correct.  He wasn?t going to make it and it was clear he had no intention to inform me.  He asked for another reschedule and, despite growing frustration, I accepted owing to the cabinet designer?s initial recommendation.  But his lackadaisical attention to my business cost us two weeks trying to find new times to meet.  On the third effort we met and I showed him the designer?s plans.  He agreed to investigate the engineering requirements of removing a wall and to provide an estimate in a couple of days.  (Note: After one month he still hadn?t delivered on the written and itemized estimate).  At our first meeting I informed Mr. Mickel that my family was leaving on a three week vacation but that I wanted to get the estimate and permitting process started before we left.  Being the start of summer, my wife and I
    wanted to have the kitchen completed before our children returned to school.  We hoped that he could immediately start
    demolition and construction upon our return. He agreed to have plans drawn up and submitted to the city, assuring me
    that the permit would be in hand and he would be ready to get working when we returned home.  He failed to draw up the
    plans and submit them to the city.  He also said that he would bring his plumber and electrician to our house to
    complete his itemized estimate.  He failed to show up for that appointment as well.  By this stage Mr. Mickel?s disorganization and failure to deliver on agreed upon meetings and projects had cost us five weeks.  I decided that I was done with Mickel
    Construction. 
    Although I had no more interest in hiring Mr. Mickel he decided to send me a bill, while we were on vacation, for engineering
    designs that were useless to us.  He failed to show at three meetings, did not follow through on the permitting process yet he had no problem sending me a bill for work that he had not done.  Incensed, I called him while traveling home and set up an appointment for the next day.  He showed up and I explained my frustration with his failures to honor appointments and deliver on items he had agreed to.  Mr. Mickel had one lame sorry in response to my frustrations.  He has zero personality, which I believe is necessary given how much money I would be paying and that he would be working in my house.  Foolishly I gave him one last chance and we discussed moving the project forward. But during the conversation he dropped new surprises on me that had not been discussed before, such as the need for an asbestos and lead paint inspection.  He stated it would cost $800
    for the mere testing procedure.  While this may be a necessary part of the permitting process Mr. Mickel?s disorganized explanation of the renovation process leaves you thinking what new expense will he spring on me once we are committed.  (Note: We have since met with another contractor who quoted us a price of $150 for the test.)  We parted and he agreed
    to send me an itemized estimate.  The next day he emailed an estimate that was $25,000 higher than one other we had
    received, was only one line in an email, and it did not cover permitting expenses.  He stated that if we wanted to continue the project he would provide a full estimate.  We still had no clear picture of what we would even be paying for.  I had requested the full estimate over a month prior. Completely fed up, I told him we would not need his services.  How is it that a man who has worked in his profession for thirty years cannot even articulate to a prospective client all the cost break downs of a major job such as a kitchen renovation?  A contractor should be able to generate a list on either a piece of paper or excel spreadsheet to plug in numbers.  This way a contractor can quickly articulate all the necessary steps and allow customers to plan financially.  I was suspicious that Mr. Mickel did not want this level of transparency and I feared he had nefarious intent.  Keeping clients unaware of expenses would allow him to gouge for extra money in the middle of the job.  Who is going to say no to new expenses when your kitchen is non-existent?  Essentially he could hold my family hostage by slowing the process if we didn?t agree to new costs.  Given his behavior to this point, I was not going to subject my family to Mr. Mickel?s potentially
    disastrous work. 
    I cannot surmise how Mr. Mickel has stayed in business this long.  Does he exhibit a Dr. Jekyll to rich clients and Mr. Hyde to middle class peons?  Do his wealthier clients simply hand him money and say ?get it done??  If you are middle class and want to renovate your kitchen or bathrooms this man will make you a tertiary concern and take you for as many of your hard earned dollars as he can get away with.  My advice, don?t waste your valuable time with this company and Steve Mickel, he is anything but professional.
    - Stephanie J.
  • A
    JRG Construction Co
    I think John did a great job.  He was always here on time, and he was very particular that everything got done to perfection.  He took me to Home Depot and had me pick out everything. I'm glad we picked him.  Another thing about John was that he cleaned up every day before he left. He completed the job on time and without extra money.
    - Vince L.
  • A
    Medina Remodeling Company
    It all went really well, and my wife and I are very happy with our new kitchen!  Freddy worked with us on the price, and helped us to save costs by dropping off his dumpster trailer so we could do the demolition ourselves.  We signed the contract in December, and while we were gone for the holidays, Freddy had completed fabrication of the cabinets, and gotten all permits submitted for approval.  We started work in early January, and we were done in about 2 weeks.  It only took that long because we found some structural issues that required revising our plans and getting new permit approvals that slowed down the work.  The crew was great, and put in a couple of really long days to keep on schedule.
    - Jordan G.
  • A
    Baggett Construction Services
    I don’t have any complaints about Max or his crew.   They are conscientious, friendly, polite and clean.  I never felt uncomfortable around any of them.  When I had concerns Max did not hesitate to explain why something was done a certain way.  If he had to change anything on the schedule he made sure I was kept informed.  His estimates are very thorough but when issues arose not on the estimate he advised me of the options available and what he thought was the best course of action.  Max’s calm and patient demeanor helped me get through a major remodel of my rental property.   I feel very fortunately that  he is my contractor and he will be doing another job for me soon.   I have learned to trust his advice and his workmanship.
    - Teresa J.
  • A
    OCG Plumbing, Inc
    I called OCG Plumbing on Tuesday morning at 7am. I recived his voicemail on his cell phone. I left a message...Then 10 minutes later he called me back. Oscar told me that he could take a look at the water heater at 10am. He arrived on time to take a look at the heater. He told me that it would be no more than $1000.00 for the water heater. He removed the old water heater that was in a basement and recycled it in Marina. He installed a new gas line, vent, water heater pan, drain, and earthquake straps. Oscar and his helper where at the job for only 3 hours each. When I recieved the bill it was $918.00. I would use them again.
    - Tori M.
  • A
    Delia's Tile Design
    He did a beautiful job. The bathroom looks so much better! He cleans up his own mess. He really wants to make his clients happy and he cares about how they feel about his work.
    - mary g.
  • A
    Everlast Construction
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    - Michael K.
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