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  • A
    We hired Maxi Serve for some water damage after a pipe that connects to the water heater broke causing a leak into a bedroom below it. Maxi Serve inspected the damage, saw that there is some mold, removed the mold, and then drywalled & painted it. The service was professional and courteous. Work was done on time and within budget.
    - Maciej S.
  • A
    This company is very professional for businesses and large problems but if you have a smaller home job like i had, I'd recommend finding another company. I'd never dealt with a mold issue before and i liked that they would take care of everything, which is why I selected them. But after the mold part, i could see that it was going to be very expensive for me so I stopped wirh them and took care of it elsewhere. The reason is that most everything for the damage in one corner of a small room resulted in the quote being "qty 1 unit" minimum and in the end i felt I was paying too much. The contract was very complicated and gives them a lot of flexibility to add more later. That makes sense since damage cases can have unknowns, but i figured the initial quote allowed for some unknowns. I had mold, termite and dry rot damage that was hidden for years due to an unseen roof leak in the wall. They opened the drywall, which i had partially opened already, sealed the area and eliminated the mold. They did a neat and good job. That was $3000 and they did a good job with plastic, clean-up, mold removal. And i had to pay $1800 more for asbestos check, lead check, and final mold testing. That's ok, but i didn't realize in advance how much the other company that they called in would be, with no warning. I accept that now, but maybe I could have had those tests done more cheaply. But in retrospect Scope seemed high to me anyway. They charged for every roll of tape and plastic expected to be used, with no adjustment at the end. But at the end they added another $300 for a job supervisor (not in the original quote) which i think is part of the job for a small homeowner and need not be extra. Especially because they did what they quoted. There were no extra surprises behind the wall. I would understand for a large business, etc. So, the next set of work was going to be to fix the damaged wall and the roof. The wall damage was taking a long time to quote and the roof was already being quoted at $1700 above the $4200 quote I had gotten from an experienced roofer who saw the damage. They even said in the roof quote that they wouldn't haul out the debris. So i stopped them, got a termite repair place to fix the wall the next day for much less than what Scope waa preparing to charge me, and I will also get a guarantee on my roof from my new roofer, and i found a drywall person. So I'm just saying, as a homeowner with what I now consider a minor issue, i would not recommend this place. But if I had a major job or wanted to not deal with it myself, I'm sure they would be great. They had a great contact person (Kathleen) who always kept me informed of progress and workers were good. All their trucks looked new so my neighbors were happy. In the end for me, the cost was my issue. I predicted with Scope this would end up being about $15,200 total. Now, on my own, it will be about $10,000. That makes a big difference to me. And to finish this, I'm using licensed contractors, not guys on the corner.
    - Ray B.
  • A
    We just bought a house, and needed to get some popcorn ceiling containing asbestos removed. However, we were on a tight timeline due to the 10 day waiting period. Larry took that into consideration, and scheduled work to begin as soon as the 10 day waiting period was over. His crew arrived on time, and were very professional. They made sure all affected areas were sealed off, and cleaned up throughly after work was done. Price was fair, and work was done just in time for our move into the new home.
    - Jhomarie L.
  • A
    It went exceptionally well. Larry is the greatest. He worked very **** ** this project. His team that came to clean the property was very professional and friendly. I hope I never have another asbestos problem again, but if I did, or if someone I knew had one, I would definitely recommend Larry and All Clear again. Thanks Larry and Hector. This is a true statement and I stand by it. :-)
    - Sabriana S.
  • A
    Oscar was efficient, helpful and professional. They did one initial clean out and when it tested haz still, they returned and cleaned more and check aggressively to see if it was hiding. Continued until they completely removed it.
    - Katherine C.
  • F
    I guess the old adage is somewhat true, "you get what you pay for". Out of the four contractors we interviewed, Supreme's quote was significantly less than the others we received. However I'm not even sure we got what we paid for considering we had to hire another contractor to fix most of the work that Supreme was hired to complete. I'm very upset with our experience and spoke and met with their office manager Kerry on their shoddy work. They offered us $500 in compensation for the mistakes but we never received it. Although $500 doesn't cover the large amount of money it cost us to fix all of their careless work. Do yourself a favor and avoid working with this company at all costs!!! We were very dissatisfied with our lead contractor Simon. I would strongly recommend you avoid working with him. He was never on site and difficult to reach. When we he did show up he was usually late for our appointments and acted rather indignant when we brought up our concerns on their errors. We had very expensive Italian tile (wood look) installed in our house and he did not even bother to show up during the consultation on how it should be laid. As a result, it was laid incorrectly. The spacing went against our instructions and it was laid unevenly throughout the house. Our vision was that it would look like wood and therefore the spacing was to be no more than 1/16th of an inch (the store we bought it from strongly suggested that spacing). However, they laid it 1/8th of an inch inconsistently which made it very obvious that it was tile. Supreme said they did this because that was the manafacturers suggested spacing, however, they went against our wishes and it's our house, our project. The tile alone costs us 18,000 dollars so to be unsatisfied with how it looks is very upsetting. Additionally the grout color was completely wrong. It was supposed to be dark grey so it blended in. It dried uneven shades of white. They blamed us for this as we bought the grout however they grouted the entire place knowing it did not look as we wanted and never reached out at during the process to say we should buy a different color grout. They refused to fix it and we had dye the grout ourselves. The spacing between tile was very inconsistent; some was 1/8th of an inch and some had no spacing. I really wonder if they just don't know how to lay tile or if they were just sloppy and trying to finish quickly. Regardless they never stopped and asked us when they had to make critical decisions that affected the way the floors looked. Lastly the floors were left dirty and were never cleaned after installation. The drywall on the bathroom and stairs was done sloppy and not sanded before painting. The half bath where they removed wall paper and painted was not finished correctly. The wall had holes and divots in it and the way they dry walled it did not cover this. They said it was an additional charge to finish the walls correctly and we never requested that in the scope of work. We probably would have coughed up addironal money if they had mentioned this to us however it was never brought to our attention at any point. We were extremely displeased with how horrible the bathroom came out. I think it's fair to assume if you pay for someone to remodel your bathroom that they would finish the walls seamlessly, otherwise what was the point in having them do anything? They also did not bother to paint the door frame or door which was orange. We had to pay another contractor to come in and re dry wall, sand and paint the bathroom. They also left the old toilet and sink in our garage (despite our agreement that all materials would be hauled out of the premise). We had to pay someone to come haul it away. Lastly they did not hook up or install correctly the appliances they removed during remodel (the fridges ice maker was not hooked up and they left the /dishwasher uninstalled). They also removed chandeliers and never reinstalled them. They left the work areas filthy and never cleaned up before leaving. We were so disappointed and upset with the work and the way we were treated during this project. I really dislike the way our floors look and will probably redo them at some point. I'm so upset that we paid nearly 40k between labor and materials to dislike it as much as we do. Many of the guest we have over comment on the floor. They always say how much they love the tile but see how poorly it was installed. I would be happy to share pictures of the work with anyone who is considering hiring them. I hope this review helps others avoid getting into the situation we did.
    - Amy J.
  • A
    James was great! Showed up on time and got the job done quickly. He was very friendly and made sure to review everything with us before he was done. There were a few surprises once he started the install, but he was able to adjust his plans with no added cost to us. Job was completed on budget and on time.
    - Douglas M.
  • A
    Mold inspector joe Zeni came out to take samples of our ceiling. He was on time, polite, professional and very knowledgeable. We are in the beginning stages but we are very happy so far.

    - cheryl P.
  • A
    If i could give an A++, i would! Mark and Brian inspected for mold in a home we had in escrow. As our inspection period was short, Mark made time to come on very short notice. He was beyond thorough and very strategic about where and how he took samples so as to avoid any unnecessary costs. 
    It turned out the house had a serious mold issue, which was missed by another inspector.  Mark and Brian patiently spent a lot of time on the phone with us explaining the results and the extensive remediation that would be required for us to move in.  Ultimately, we felt the home was not safe for our family. 
    if you need someone to look into mold in your home, i HIGHLY recommend you call Mark.  And, if you have anyone in your family with mold sensitivities, there is absolutely no other choice - call Mark and his team to ensure a prospective home is safe.
    - Jamie A.
  • A
    Vickie is excellent!  She was very professional, on time, and extremely thorough.  We had rented a house on Lake Minnetonka and discovered Black Mold in the basement.  Vicki confirmed our findings, and came back with a comprehensive action plan that was easy to understand.  She is all about finding cost-effective solutions for problems, and I would highly recommend her company.  If you even have the slightest concern that you might have mold, spend the money on Vicki.  You'll be glad you did!!
    - Stephen W.
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