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  • A
    Condon Contracting
    Dana and his crew Mike and Jeff, were awesome to work with. Their work was impeccable and very professional. They are a great crew, show up on time, were very clean and did an excellent job. Love, love, love my new bathroom. Would hire Condon contracting again in a heartbeat.
    - Connie G.
  • A
    Tile By Simon
    Tile by Simon was great! We will be hiring them again when we update our master bath. Also, it was so refreshing to have someone work on our house, listen to us, and provide us exactly what we had asked for, and for a reasonable price.
    - Danielle H.
  • A
    Grand Royal Hardwood
    Avery did a beautiful job on our floors. I was confident in his ability, and he was very easy to work with and was patient while I considered stain options. There's no way anyone can tell where the existing hardwood was and where the added hardwood begins. Excellent.
    - Anna S.
  • F
    Poor color match, irregular stain. I expressed my dissatisfaction and they took the door back to the shop and then took a month long vacation without notifying me. In all I had no front door for two months. I then took back the door without correcting the problem, because I couldn't stand to be without a front door any longer. Would never use this shop again.
    - Charles H.
  • F
    Jim's Floor Service
    In early January, I contacted Jim's Floor Service after reading his A rating with Angie's List and reading his reviews. Jim was real busy and sent Wally over to gather the information for a proposal. At that time I was only going to add wood to the two bedrooms and refinish my existing kitchen floor. Wally expressed to me that we should really refinish all the existing wood floors so that the flooring would all blend. I showed Wally the existing bundles of #1 red oak flooring (70 sq.ft.) that I wanted used. We scheduled to start work January 25, 2015. We moved all the furniture into the dining/living room areas to prepare for the start. Prior to that date, I called Jim and expressed my worries over the wood blending if I don't refinish all the wood. He came over to look at the floors and discuss it with me. He expressed it really should be all done so that it all blended well together. (The floors were in good condition and really didn't need to be refinished.) We also discussed finishes. He said the finish I had on existing flooring was oil. He sent us a new proposal which included 3 coats of finish instead of 2. We wanted them all to blend and so we decided to go ahead with all of it. New proposal sent January 17th, 2015. When the wood was delivered, I expressed concerns about the oak being #1 red oak because it was not stamped. All of our existing wood was stamped #1 red oak Heritage. Jim said it should have red tags on it. It did not. He assured me it was #1 red oak. The start date was pushed back to February be completed by February 7th. We had to wait for the wood to acclimate. Then we had to wait for him to get help to move the furniture in the garage at our expense. At some point Jim actually came over and started ripping out baseboard and removing doors., and taking off the doors. Laying the wood etc. Job was postponed due to snow. He didn't want to move the furniture into the garage when it was snowing. Finally by the first week of March the flooring was finished with two coats. We could not believe our eyes. The new flooring installed was much darker, knottier, and more rustic than our existing flooring. When we looked down the hallway the existing wood was much lighter then the new wood which was very dark. The interlacing of the oak boards was not blending at all. (photos) The new oak wood was not the quality of the existing oak wood. We looked at the flooring for a few days to see if we could live with it. Then I contacted Jim and explained the problems, and told him it was not acceptable. At my request, Jim agreed to have the distributor's rep come over and inspect the wood. (March 8) March 10th Jim and the distributor's rep came over. Jim admitted that it did not look good. I explained that we could live with the 10x10 small bedroom because it was to the side. (even though we disliked it) Our main concern was the first floor master bedroom because you looked down the hallway and the wood was so much darker and more rustic. Jim agreed to redo the flooring in the opening to the bedroom from the hallway which is approximately a 7x12 area. The rep, though he backed Jim, claimed it was #1 red oak. He said he would contribute 60 sq. ft. of top quality new red oak flooring. March 11 the new wood was delivered. We had to wait for the wood to acclimate. So on March 16th, Jim replaced the wood using our wood and some of the wood from the distributor. He took away all the remaining wood, including my wood which he didn't use. On March 17th the final finish was applied. March 18th, tells me the floor looks beautiful. March 20th, Jim texts me and asks when they can put the furniture back in and collect the balance. We were in the mountains because we had to be out of the house. Late on the date of March 20th we came back to our home...once again walked in and couldn't believe what we were seeing. From the front door you could see ripples running all through the floors. There were gaps that were never properly filled. The areas by the sink and doors were still showing water damage. The floors were sticky. There was gunk and dark drip marks underneath the finish. Squeaks never fixed. And previously we had brought up our concerns about the sanding stopping so far away from the walls and fireplace and were told not to worry. Ripple now shows. I expressed that I was still unhappy with the master bedroom flooring. He did so much stacking of short boards it looked terrible. It gives the illusion that the wood boards are not straight, but slant to the left. We still did not like the transition between the hallway and master bedroom. I was so upset, I could not speak to Jim. On March 26th I contacted Jim and explained the issues with the floors. We met on April 1st. We went over all of our issues. Jim could see the problems....especially the ripples or sand marks as he called them throughout the floors. At this time we addressed the stove sitting at a tilt after his son had moved it. The back left corner was missing a couple of boards, which Jim offered to add. Unfortunately our kitchen counter had a deep scratch in it. He said that they don't set things on counters. We stated that they had taken out the stove drawer and set it on the counter right where the scratch now exists. Though I had seen his son leave tools on the kitchen counter. We had not noticed the scratch before because there was so much dust on everything everywhere. The hall closet floor was striped, but not finished.The edge of the step to the basement waas wobbly.His opinion was to put on another finish coat on the floor, but in a water base. (At this point there were also scratch marks on the floor made by our 15 lb. dog) He believed this would resolve the problems. He also offered to add some wood boards to level out the stove and try to correct the bad squeaks. He stated he would talk to someone in regard to repairing the deep scratch in the kitchen counter. Jim came by and filled some of the gaps between the boards. I asked him to leave the filler so that I could go over the floor with it instead of me just reviewing it. Jim came in and fixed some of the issues and scheduled our last coat of water base finish for April 8th. On April 8th Jim text me and stated he was sick with COPD. I told him to just get better. April 12th Jim text and stated he needed one more day to recoup so he didn't have to drag his oxygen tank around. I had already committed the dogs to the kennel. We had reservations at a hotel. So I left the key for him to do the final coat on the 13th. On April 14th, I text Jim to ask how the final coat looked. He text back, I think it looks great. Come to find out he didn't even see it. His son applied the final coat. We arrived back home on April 16th. The ripples were still all over the floors. The final finish did not resolve the most serious problem. April 25th, met with Jim. He acknowledged the ripples or sanding marks were still all over the floors. The ripples were definitely caused by the sander. He offered to start all over and re-sand and refinish the floors. OMG!!! CONCERNS; 1.) Our hardwood flooring has already been sanded three times. Sanding again takes away the longevity of the floor. It would be the last time that we could ever refinish the floor. 2.) With all of the uneven areas across the floors created by Jim's Floor Service, would that present a problem with taking more wood off in order to even the floor out? How thin would that leave the remaining top surface of the floor? 3.) We would have to be replacing all of our wood flooring prematurely due to the damage caused by Jim's Floor Service sanding job. 4.) It is now been 22 days since the final finish, and we have scratch marks on the floors. One of our dogs is about 15 lbs and the other is about 30 lbs. This should not be happening. We kept the dogs in the kennel for over 72 hours which is what Jim stated we needed to do. 5.) Every time we get to a finishing process, we have to leave the house for two days or more. We have to kennel our dogs. We have to eat out. All of this is a big expense. We have been living in our basement since the end of January. 6.) Our furniture is still stacked in the garage. They piled the furniture with out using the padding I provided for them. I can see one nightstand is scratched up on the side. I am afraid of any damage we might find to the furniture once it is brought back into the house. The buffet is sitting on top of tile in the main floor bath dressing area. (which has blocked off our closet which holds our winter coats and linens etc.)he furniture is blocking our refrigerator which we haven't been able to access. And we have not been able to garage our cars. 7.) Wally had told us that the sander they used was 90% dustless. We have sticky dust all over the house in in our kitchen cupboards. Had we been told honestly, we could have covered what we needed to in plastic and sealed off the upstairs. I have spent days cleaning up the dust, and cleaning out my kitchen cupboards and all that was in them. 8.) At this point, we do not trust Jim, nor trust in him to do a good job. He has proven very poor workmanship throughout this job. Though we believe it is his son that has created most of these problems. (for reasons I am not going to state here, but Jim is aware of it) Jim is actually a really nice guy, and he has tried to get things right. And he is not always honest. But we are beyond that with all the damage. He has no empathy to the fact that we have been displaced for for three months and have incurred a lot of additional expenses. 9.) The whole reason for refinishing the existing flooring was so that it would all blend. 10.) During this time I have had other contractors look at the job to get other professional opinions who will back up the poor workmanship and damage to the floor.
    - Judith Faye B.
  • A
    Tile By Simon
    I was originally intending on tiling my bathroom floor on my own, but decided to contract it out when it became obvious it was more complicated than I had anticipated. The area is only 77 square feet, but it is very oddly shaped. Additionally, the floor wasn't level and none of the walls are straight either. There were a couple of tricky spots where access was going to be challenging, and to top it off, I wanted a herringbone pattern instead of a standard grid. I believe it took about 47 tiles total, and all but 19 required a cut of some kind. For those associating price and square footage, it's worth noting that I did all of the demo work myself ahead of time, and my floors are concrete.

    I called on Sunday and they offered to come out the next day. They said it would take about 1.5 days and were accurate on that. The were able to estimate the job reasonably within a couple of pictures (it came out slightly higher because the photos I sent didn't show a couple of tricky spots, which I accept as reasonable).

    The craftsmanship is simply outstanding. For the all the challenges, I couldn't be more pleased with the result. I was particularly impressed that they put a tiny piece of tile where one of my walls bows in a little bit. It would have been simpler I'm sure just to fill it with grout and I doubt anyone would have noticed.

    - Michael N.
  • A
    All Things Carpentry
    All Things Carpentry did an excellent job.  Jason helped us tweak our layout and then built us a beautiful basement.  He was reliable, timely, tidy, and his work was very high quality.  We are planning to have him help us with some smaller projects.
    - Sandra S.
  • A
    ProWorks Flooring
    Recently we had our maple wood floors repaired, sanded and refinished by Matt & Jennifer Landauer's company, Proworks Flooring, based in Highlands Ranch, Colorado. From the initial sales visit through the project manager's walk-through (punch list), they were completely professional. We felt immediately comfortable with all phases and personnel and extremely satisfied with the quality of their work and care taken to minimize the mess sanding can do. Having an architectural background, I am very detail oriented and they were responsive at every turn. I would recommend them highly for any new, repair or refurbished wood flooring project.
    - David S.
  • A
    South Suburban Remodel
    We hired Tom who owns South Suburban Remodel to do a complete remodel of a full bathroom. Tom was 5-star wonderful . . . he listened to our needs, gave us advice with pros and cons, made suggestions for material resources, and was very accommodating to our schedule. He also coordinated the design and delivery of all services such as our granite countertop. The remodel went according to schedule and even included his tackling an unexpected snag with some floor joist issues; Tom did an awesome job with this, too. The end result is a beautiful new bathroom that we're enjoying at this very moment, one that we check out every day, go "ooh" and "ahhh" a lot. It's a bathroom that we're confident we'll enjoy for years to come. As you can tell, we endorse Tom to the max and can't wait to save up enough again to hire him to do, well, most anything that would make our house a home. Kudos Tom!
    - C. Heather H.
  • A
    Jim's Floor Service
    Jim?s Floor Service did an outstanding job on our home and
    we would certainly have them do work again in the future. We bought a home with
    traditional oak floors that had not been touched in a very long time and we
    wanted do something a little more contemporary. We went with a grey stain and
    we could not be more pleased with the final product.
    Jim was easy to get ahold of during the entire process and very
    responsive to questions and concerns. Jim?s Floor Service price was less than
    we expected and the quality and craftsmanship of their work far exceed our expectations.
    After the first round of stain it was not quite what we had pictured but Jim worked
    with us to come up with a great solution at a fair price. Jim and his crew were
    incredibly polite and respectful and we enjoyed doing business with them.  
    We would highly recommend Jim?s Floor Service.

    - Debra B.
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