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  • Had a very discouraging consultation with this company regarding a bathroom remodel estimate. My husband and I went in hoping to schedule an in home consultation which has been typical of previous estimates from other contractors. The woman who helped us made it clear that she did not want our business when she asked us rather bluntly how much money we were planning on spending and when it was less than $10,000, telling us that they "don't even touch the wet space for less than that". I was surprised that this $10,000 estimate only included the shower...not even the rest of the bathroom and mentioned that we had already demo'd our very small bathroom entirely only to be told that wouldn't save us any money. Without having seen the space, getting dimensions or hearing about the layout, I was surprised at how quickly we were dismissed and a home visit was not even scheduled because she "didn't want to waste our time or their time". We were told that it was "impossible" to have our bathroom done for less than that, implying that anything less would be poor quality and that these type of bathrooms, (the vast majority) are in shambles within 5-7 years. In a town of craftsmen and welders, this surprised me. What's more important, is that I have since learned her stately to be completely false just based on other bids from general contractors here in town. My husband and I are not so young or so naïve that we don't understand the expense and work involved in remodeling. We both work full time and save money for any projects we have in mind and are very excited and optimistic regarding the start of any new project. However, I walked away from their showroom feeling frustrated, looked down upon and genuinely discouraged. Quite frankly, if I had $10,000 or even a million dollars, I most definitely would not be spending it at Re-bath. My advice is that if do you go there looking for a quote, leave the Bentley at home and roll-up in your overalls, callused hands and trusty-rusty...and don't let any salesperson make you feel like you aren't worth their time.
    - Shannel R.
  • The salesperson, Sue Fishko was a true professional and helped me pick and choose everything I was wanting to put in.  I provided my own tub and drain kit outside of their services as they didn't offer exactly what I was looking for in selection of those fixtures.  Vince Medina was my installer, and he was a true professional.  He did his work very promptly and diligently, a true professional through and through.  I work nights, so had to sleep in the room right next to where he was working all day,  which was a little awkward I'm sure for the installer, but he got everything done and kept it fairly quiet as needed.  The fit and finish in the end was perfect.  I waited a month to post the review to make sure everything was working and settled right, and it's been truly amazing.  I can't say enough about the work and service I received, and would recommend them to anyone.  Service is not cheap, but you certainly get the quality you would expect for your money.
    - Edmond M.
  • Unfortunately one of the single worst experiences I've ever had as a Real Estate Investor. It was an absolutely horrible experience with David. He lies and cheats his way through a project extracting as much money as he can and then questionably paying what he calls his "employees" who are really just inexperienced laborers from Craigslist. He ruined the wood floors, covered up vents, created leaks in the kitchen, had unfinished work, installed the crown where cabinets wouldn't open, and more! Once he learns he can no longer provide a reasonable finished service, he runs and takes your money, never to return a call again. For how much pain and agony this guy caused me, hopefully my review saves the next person from the same thing.
    - Justin H.
  • We were extremely pleased; Alex has super work ethic, he comes when he says he will, he works hard while he’s on the job, and his work is outstanding. He is also very fair in the price he charges. We couldn’t be happier with the work he did. I highly recommend him. 
    - Linda S.
  • To sum it up, we have had a horrible experience with Cut Above Construction and Design. My husband and I do not take pleasure in writing negative reviews and we do like to support local businesses. We consider ourselves honest people (my husband is a veteran and firefighter) and I am a social worker and we hope that no one will have to go through with what we went through with Cut Above Construction and Design.

    We entered into contract with Cut Above in 2014 to have our shower remodeled due to an extensive leaking problem that caused substantial damage. Contractor and owner of Cut Above, John completed the framing himself and then used a subcontractor to complete the major renovation. The cost was $7600. The cost of the renovation was pricier than other estimates however we naively thought that you get what you paid for.

    In 2015 we noticed that the shower was leaking again. We contacted John and he agreed to repair the shower. We took it at his word that this was something that had never happened before. John seemed to direct the blame on the subcontractor who was used (who had since passed away). However, isn’t it the owner/contractor’s ultimate responsibility to make sure that the job was completed properly? Cut Above said that the leak was coming from the shower step and that portion of the shower was repaired (2015).

    Sure enough, this year (2016) we noticed that the shower was leaking again! We contacted Cut Above about the leak once again. This time they performed a simple shower pan leak test and discovered that the leak was actually coming from the shower pan. Why didn’t they perform this easy test last time? The shower was repaired for the third time. John let it known to us that he was doing us a favor by fixing it a third time as he was doing it at his own cost. The repair process was drawn out as it was considered a low priority for them.

    The end result of the third repair was unsatisfactory to us but John is not returning our phone calls! We are now left with a shower that looks like it has been repaired twice, shower glass that is uneven and unsealed with caulk smeared on the glass, a moldy basement ceiling due to the current shower leak and silicone footprints all over the bathroom tiles.  We do not know if the shower leak has been fixed this time as John has never returned to perform a leak test. We are finally going to ‘cut our losses’ and fork out more money to get the shower glass fixed. We contacted the glass company ourselves (who did the shower glass on the initial shower remodeling in 2014 and did a great and professional job). The glass company have come and looked at the shower glass and were disgusted by the way it was caulked by Cut Above. The glass company has kindly agreed to help us with the shower glass repair even though it was botched up twice by Cut Above. The extra cost is well worth not having to deal with Cut Above again.





    - Cathy B.
  • I really wanted to give a glowing recommendation for Cut Above Construction because I do believe they are an ethical family-owned business and try to do good. However, they built a beautiful shower for me that is virtually unusable because there is no room to stand in it.
    The project I hired Cut Above Construction (CAC) to do was to replace an existing glass brick shower because a leaky seat seemed unfixable after years of failed attempts. It turned out that CAC subcontracted the building of a custom shower pan, laying all ceramic tile, and installing glass shower surround. So all they had to do was frame the shower and benches on the existing footprint and serve as general contractor for the subs.
    They did an excellent job as general contractor. They communicated with me well, letting me know when to expect things to happen and answering questions I asked. They managed the schedule very well and chose good subcontractors.
    But the work they personally did was unprofessional. They installed a bench that was twice the depth of the old bench, leaving only about a square foot of space to stand and still be under the shower spray. When replacing the external bench that abuts the shower, their joints were not mitered, had huge gaps, and were rough-cut and splintery. I had to ask them to sand down the splintered end cuts as best as possible. They created nail holes in my linoleum that could not be repaired. The end result is that I paid almost $7000 for a shower that creates a safety hazard for me when showering because I don't have enough room to stand or turn around in it.
    - Carol E.
  • First of all, we never received an estimate, therefore no work has ever been done.  We called several weeks later and was told that they were sorry but have been busy. We had to leave the state for a while but still had email access and to date (two months later), we have not received an estimate, a phone call or anything.  Also, we asked them if they could recommend a company that pumped septic tanks, as we knew ours had not been pumped in 4 years and should be pumped.  They suggested a company and told us that they would make the contact for us.  That, too, did not happen.  We contacted the company on our own and had the septic tank pumped.  Picture us - still waiting!
    - Sunny D.
  • I think that the job went very well.
    I needed to remove a cement incinerator, a sidewalk, fence posts, clothesline posts and a network of sumac tree roots. 
    John and his son arrived Tuesday morning and finished four days later on Friday.
    All the debris from the excavation was removed and taken to the dump.
    The cost was higher that other bidders' but I chose John's company because he had the equipment to do the job done right. 
    They also estimated a longer time period to do the job.  Other bidders' estimated that the job would take two days.  That seems too short, and they didn't mention using a Bobcat Excavator.
    Both men were friendly and professional. 


    - Robert B.
  • From start of remodel from initial design to finished product Cut Above Construction were very professional in all aspects of project. It did take a little longer than anticipated as we had to wait for our custom cabinets but once they were delivered everything else started falling into place. The prep work before cabinet arrival was quite extensive as they had to tear down some columns and a wide shelf like item that went from one side of room to the other, rewired and placed new can lights and special plug ins for a charging station, also had new lights installed in living and dining room, new sheet rock, tape and mud, new porcelain tile was laid on floor, gas lines were rerouted to go to island area for new cooktop, the making of the drop down from ceiling for the new hood over island. They were very conscious of keeping the area clean especially when they were done for the day, hung plastic sheeting from ceiling down to keep overspray from getting on any furniture or belongings when doing texturing. We had a new electrical panel placed for all extras going in. John, the owner of Cut Above Construction was there almost everyday and personally checked in all cabinets when they came in to be sure all were there and not damaged. Once they got started with cabinets we could really begin to see the kitchen coming into shape, they made sure all cabinets were hung or placed perfectly level and matching to cabinet they were attached to. Once the appliances were placed it was really starting to show the excellent work they were doing right down to the most minute piece of baseboard to the crown molding and all the caulking of floor tiles and backsplash, finish strips along cabinets, making sure all cabinets and drawers were closing properly. Everyone that has seen our new kitchen or pictures of it stated it could be on the cover of a magazine as perfect as it is. We would highly recommend Cut Above Construction for a kitchen remodel. The cost quoted above does not include appliances, most of cost went to materials and subcontractors, the labor charge from Cut Above was very reasonable. Overall this was a great experience and we would like to commend John, Jennifer and Elijah for an excellent job, they have every reason to be proud of their work and it shows well.
    - sheila c.
  • We had a leak in our shower that leaked down to the lower level in our home. The carpet and much of the lower wall board had gotten soaked and we found mold on the wall, floor, and moldings.
     They had to remove the shower floor and walls up to 4 ft from the shower floor. They removed the wall board, carpet and molding from the closet in the downstair bedroom. The floor was replaced with a new concrete shower pan. The shower was repaired with new cement wall board and re-tiled. The glass shower enclosure was removed for the work and replaced with the same enclosure. The moldy bedroom walls  were replaced. The molding at the floor was moldy and was replaced. The company found a leak from outside through the wall where the sewer pipe left the house. It had settled and had about a 1/2" gap that went straight through the concrete wall. They repaired the leak with silicone and concrete. The work was completed in 3 days and we were satisfied with the final finish.
    - robert c.
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