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    C & L Construction
    C&L Construction performed our job with professionalism and expertise! Eli is warm, friendly and honest and that is so important when you have projects in your home. Communication was quick and consistent and we felt included throughout each stage of the project. I would definitely recommend C&L Construction to anyone and use them again myself!
    - Ashley F.
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    GoodFellas Construction
    I heard for Goodfellas from my neighbor and also saw job they did and it was brilliant, so I contacted them for my basement remodel. They gave me estimate and their offer was very good so i agreed to sign a contract. They remodeled basement in scheduled time and within my budget. The quality of job they did was excellent and basement looks perfect, just as I wanted!
    - anthony r.
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    Nexxus Remodeling Inc
    This is where it gets interesting: I interviewed three top rated businesses from Angies List which is my usual pattern. The first two were usual, pleasant, listened to my vision, took notes. I had reviewed all their reviews and brought up some issues that had been mentioned (not every customer can be pleased of course) which they explained or clarified. The third was Tony from Nexxus. After explaining my process of vetting he told me I was wasting my time, that my (common) approach tended to essentially have contractors race to the bottom in price and quote an unreasonable price that would not result in good quality work. Not only that but that having a design drawn so early was also a waste of time and money and useless because things change as you go along, with additions, obstacles etc. Besides being brash and opinionated, he looked like a biker with tattoos on his hands, And his quote was the highest of the three. But he pointed out one thing. All reviews from people who ACTUALLY HIRED HIM were A's. All the negative reviews were from people who were put off by his attitude, some reviews based only on the initial phone call and for whom he had done no work. So i went to his website and watched a video where he explained why he believed the process of getting so many quotes was not helpful and even detrimental to a good outcome. (He needs to update that video, it is a bit low energy.) Now I had had work done in the past, and had sub-par results because i had to work and could not keep an eye on things, so i was determined to use a contractor to oversee everything. In thinking about it, and reading reviews of his work, it occurred to me that the subcontractors he hires must do good work to be able to produce the results quoted in the other reviews, and I found out later he has worked with them for years, no turnover. So after explaining to him that I thought that we would be butting heads throughout the process, I hired him. ( I had a strong vision and strong personality myself.) Things turned out as he said. Where we expected one weight bearing wall, after demolition there were two that were weight bearing. The inspector wanted TWO beams on one side due to poor design of the original house making three beams. Due to weight calculations, the beams had to be the stronger composite beams. The ceiling of the kitchen came down (there had been a prior leak, and revealed galvanized pipe and some odd criss crossing of pipes that explained the glug glug glug we would hear upstairs in bathroom from sink when the bathtub was draining. We discovered the roof leaks that had been missed due to years of drought and blocked by insulation and the stucco based ceiling. And after demolition i was able to re-vision the kitchen in a way i could not before. I was initially seeing just an updated galley type kitchen disappointed that there was not enough room for a freestanding island. So i was sitting in the distant corner looking at the space available and a totally different design came to mind. By creating two "islands" coming off the wall i would have the same effect that i wanted. One would be a cooking space with exhaust fan, stove oven, sink and prep space, next to double wall oven. The other one in the former sun room would serve as informal eating area with sink to rinse dishes and dishwasher next to it. That left the other wall free to create one long counter with the 5 windows, no need for upper cabinets so it is open and airy, and room for two prep areas with counter space and sinks. (yes if you are counting, that makes 5 sinks but one is the utility dog washing sink next to the stacked full size washer-dryer.) The floor had to be bulletproof with three dogs who race around the house and the mess i make cooking, so he brought in a group that did epoxy floors for restaurants and car showrooms. With the master bathroom upstairs, the plan was to include the other bathroom's small square shower space into the new master shower. But after all was gutted, in made more sense to put the wall hung toilet in that space freeing up more room for the steam shower that now had room for two shower heads and a bench. And custom work really means custom. Standard counters are lower that i like, so i had mine made two inches taller. They literally held up the sink, and all fixtures so i could determine the height and placement of all fixtures. They blocked out the shower floor so i could optimize the space before they started. At the beginning of the project, Tony went with me to all the main shops to pick out all the finishings, faucets, shower heads etc. (The kitchen faucets i got online) and especially tile for both bathroom floors and walls, and tile for shower and bathroom floor and ceiling (you need to tile the ceiling in a steam shower.) Fortunately, i had changed my job location and go home for lunch, and Tony met me nearly every day to go over the work and plan. Head were butted. But not with me, but ON MY BEHALF with the subcontractors who pushed back on some of my ideas (5 sinks). So, in the end, Tony was correct. Even though it makes Tony's job more difficult, a fixed design early on would have limited my ability to change on the fly and the quote he gave me anticipated the multiple changes I ended up making. So, do not be put off by his gruff facade, me is that way because he cares. I enjoyed working with Tony, and plan to have him do any further work needed on this house. If you want quality, and expert craftmanship go with Tony. If you want the lowest price and motel quality work, go with the lowest bidder. And hurry up. Turns out he is a biker and races on weekends so who knows what might happen at his age! (Had to get a dig in.) Any questions, e-mail me at sjjjbrown@sbcglobal.net
    - Stephen B.
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    Absolute Maintenance & Consulting
    The service was awesome and the pricing was very reasonable. the crew came out on time everyday. They were helpful with all questions and made sure we understood the process and I would definitely use this company again and recommend to each and every home owner i know.
    - Tamika U.
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    BG Construction & Remodeling Inc
    B & G Tile and Construction recently completed a garage addition at
    my home in the Windsor Hills area of Los Angeles.  My husband and I were
    referred to B & G by another contractor who previously provided a
    bid on the Project using our plan set developed by an architect  we
    hired prior to the bid process and got approved by L.A. City Bldg. &
    Safety plan check.  Little did we know that the drawing set contained
    omissions which B & G identified prior to demolition and called to
    our attention.   B & G also anticipated the Bldg. inspector would
    require the extension of a retaining wall which was not correctly 
    defined in the 'approved' plan.   This raised the cost of the bid for
    the project which is never good news; however, it was identified early
    in the process and the contract was revised to include the additional work prior to demolition.
    My husband and I received a number
    of bids for the project from other Contractors which ranged
    significantly less as well as more.  However, we determined that the contractors either
    did not catch the architect's errors and underbid or did identify the error and
    purposely unberbidded while expecting to obtain change orders mid-project to cover any unexpected
    conditions.
     
    I'm glad we engaged B & G Tile to complete the project; Joe Giram,
    was always available by phone and text when we had questions or required
    updates on progress.  If we had it to do over again, we would not have
    hired the architect to develop a plan set without an experienced
    contractor/Project Manager reviewing the plan in relation to existing
    conditions and identifying discrepancies prior to beginning the bid process.  Just
    because you have what you think is an 'approved' plan set from Los
    Angeles Bldg. & Safety, you are still at the mercy of the assigned
    Bldg. Inspector who can require changes in the field once construction begins.
     B& G was up to the task of dealing with our architect's errors as
    well as the assigned Bldg. and Safety Inspector's demands and we would
    recommend them, particularly for additions to existing property with difficult conditions.
    - Vilma D.
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    American Drain Works & Plumbing Company
    Connie is the best.  First off, she's really passionate about what she does.  My wife and I are both small business owners, and we know how hard it is to run a small business, so we always like to work with other business owners who put in a lot of sweat to make their business run, but don't forget that relationships are what great small businesses are built on.  Connie gets that.  She's friendly, smart, and comes ready to solve your problem no matter what.  She's also sensitive to your budget.  We're in the middle of a renovation of a 1924 Craftsman in Leimert Park, which is to say we have a very long project list, and we don't have unlimited resources.  Because of how many projects we have going on at once, we're very budget conscious.  When Connie came out to look at the situation she understood right away.  She offered a lot of tips on where I could save money, and what was the best place to spend to get our money's worth.  She worked out a budget that had a best-case scenario (savings-wise) and a couple alternatives, to prepare me in case the install was tricky, so I wouldn't be caught off guard. 
    The work went really well.  Connie was on the job-site a lot to make sure everything was done to her standards, (she's a perfectionist, like me, so I appreciate the careful eye.) Her associate, Steve, did a lot of the labor.  He was also great, worked really hard, told me every step of the way what was happening, and made sure I could look over the work to OK it.  He ended up getting the new pipe through our porch and foundation, which saved us a lot, and solved a number of problems along the way as they discovered quirks to how the old line had been run and tied into the city water.  
    Connie made sure everything was done correctly, and quickly, and in the end we came in at the original best-case quote she'd given me.  Before they left, Connie walked me through the install, and showed me how to adjust the pressure regulator.  It's clear when you talk to her she really knows her stuff when it comes to plumbing.  She shared a lot of tips for me, not just regarding the work they'd done, but because we're doing a lot of DIY reno she told me a lot of things to look out for.  
    If you're looking for a quality plumber, I'd give ADW a try.
    - David B.
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    Boston Brick & Stone, Inc
    I called for a foundation inspection and to have some cracks repaired in my house.  One guy came out, crawled under my house and seemed to do a thorough inspection including pictures of what he determined were  faulty repairs from the previous contractor.  After about two weeks, I finally get a written report indicating that the foundation expert was going to look at the pictures and get back to me.  Fast forward a few more weeks.  I contact try contacting the guy who did the initial inspection only to find out he is no longer with the company.  I contact the foundation guy and he makes an appointment to come and do a re-inspection.  Although he did come, he clearly was not comfortable coming to my neighborhood because it was during the time of the Michael Brown/Ferguson unrest and he did not want to be anywhere near Leimert Park.  This was in November 2014 and in December I emailed him to see what his estimate was.  He emailed me back, said he thought he had sent me a report, apologized and I never heard from him again.  He did however mention that he did not think this was something that I could present to my insurance company.  Maybe that is why he never got back to me besides the fact that he did not want to be in the Crenshaw/Leimert area. Needless to say, I am looking for someone else at this point and I will be sending this same scenario to Angie's List.
    - Yvette T.
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    Boston Brick & Stone, Inc
    It was a Big Deal that I purchased from Angie's List. I am actually considering working with them. I have been talking to my insurance company regarding some things. I think they did a real good job. I haven't spent any additional yet. The person they sent out was very nice and very thorough. They were professional and knowledgeable. They were good. They did well for the deal.
    - Yvette T.
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    The Foundation Works
    Matt Frey came out to inspect my property and he was 5 minutes early which I appreciated. (I am tired of contractors showing up late!).  He crawlers all under the house, took plenty of pictures, made sketches to demonstrate the problems and issues.  He then provided detailed inspection report via email two days later with cost breakdowns which fit in the budget we had talked about on his visit.  The project was approved and a date was selected.  The crew that came out to perform the work were early - thank you. There were five very polite and hard working guys who came to do the work.  They completed the job on time having accomplished all of the repairs that had been negotiated under contract.  Each day the crew cleaned up after themselves which is a real added plus in my book.  
    I would highly recommended The Foundation Works for your foundation work.
    - John D.
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    The Foundation Works
    Matt, the inspector, was punctual, thorough and went out of his way to explain his findings to me right on site. I received his written report in clear and understandable English without the use any trade jargon later that day, together with photos illustrating the key issues.
    - Jens D.
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