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Cabinet Refacing reviews in Bridgeport

  • A
    Kitchen Cabinet Resurfacing
    Job was completed in two days, as detailed in the proposal.
    Crew arrived by 8am each day and worked in an efficient manner.
    I took pictures during the entire process and the crew didn't mind at all.
    All construction debris was removed and kitchen cleaned when job was completed.
    I have since moved and intend to have KCR reface my current kitchen.
    The owner has been to my new home and made two wonderful suggestions for more storage.
    - Linda W.
  • A
    Andrew Draves - Wooden Kitchen Cabinet Refinisher
    Andrew was pleasant and professional in every way. He carefully evaluated our situation, explained exactly what he planned to do, the materials he planned to use and how long the job would take, and left the impression that he really knows, and enjoys, his craft. He emailed an estimate to us within a day or so, followed up with further information and offered to refinish a door front as a sample. He also provided the email address of a customer whose cherry cabinets he had refinished. Ultimately, we decided to do the work ourselves, but I'm quite confident he would have done a very nice job. I don't know if his estimate is on par with other refinishers since his was the only one we solicited.
    - Beth B.
  • C
    HM Construction & Painting
    I bought an Angie's List Big-Deal for $299 for 8 hours of general contracting work.  I had a floor to ceiling built in cabinet about 48" wide that I wanted to have the top part taken off so that the lower cabinet and shelf would be all that is left.  I wanted to salvage the crown moulding around the top because it had a couple of pieces that were custom cut and I didn't want to have the molding replaced all the way around the living room.   Helio came and did a consultation and we discussed whether he would be able to get the cabinet to a point where it's ready to be sanded and painted by me within the 8 hour time frame.  Since I was willing to do the finishing work the unit Helio said it should be able to be done within 8 hours (4 hours of 2 workers). At this time Helio was very friendly and very professional and made a good impression on me.  I don't think he was over promising and was very realistic and open about the work that would be able to be done.
    Now as far as the actual work, I was not at home while the work was performed, my husband stayed home and approved the work that was done so I only saw the finished product at the end of the day.  The crown molding looked ok  the way that they had decided to put it together.  One of the molding pieces that was not custom cut couldn't be salvaged so they went and bought a new full-length piece (at an additional cost for materials which was fine) and worked in the salvaged pieces and I think when I get done with a lot of caulking, patching, sanding and painting that it will look  ok with the molding that is already in the living room.  Not perfect, but good enough to justify not having all the molding completely replaced.
    However,  there was a very noticable and very ugly piece of shoe molding that had been put on the top back of the cabinet to cover a gap between what is now the new top of the cabinet and the wall.  The cabinet shelf had a curved edge and the molding was just jutting out beyond where the curve started and looked terrible and unfinished.  No basic carpentry work had been done to try to properly fit the molding or to curve it to make it look at all finished or like it belonged there.  And is already  nailed down and it's impossible to fix without pulling it off completely and re-doing it.  So, I called Helio to let him know that there was a problem, and he said that my husband had given his sign off on the work before they left, but that he would send someone to come fix it anyway, which was nice.  So we scheduled another time for one of his crew to come by to see about the molding and try to fix it.  When his crew person came I pointed out that the molding didn't fit and was hanging over the curved edge of the cabinet and looked unfinished and he said that he could cut it shorter so that it isn't hanging over.  I asked if he would also curve the molding or put a nice edge on it so that it looks finished and he said no, that's impossible (I think it was impossible because he had no intention of pulling the molding off and starting over).  So he used a multi-tool and cut off the overhanging pieces and left the edges at a 90 degree angle and it still looks quite bad - like something that doesn't belong there was just stuck on.  I'm not sure if they are just rushing through the project because of the 8 hour Angie's list deal - of if they really didn't know how to do the carpentry part of it, but I sent pictures to a friend who does carpentry and he said that it is a basic thing to put a finishing edge on a piece of molding.   I would have rather either not had something put on that was wrong, or have been given the option to pay for a little extra time for it to be done right.   
    So after the second visit Helio texted me and asked me if I was happy and said if I wasn't that he would sent someone back again, but I just said that it was fine because neither my husband nor I can take any further time off of work to wait around for someone to come by a third time to try to fix this shoe molding on the back of this cabinet.  I think I'm just going to pull it off and figure out how to fix it myself.  So after two visits and $575 (original $299 deal + materials + debris removal) I still have a cabinet that isn't ready for me to sand and paint. 
    - Leslie V.
  • F
    American Cabinet Door Replacement
    Andrew Opgaard failed to contact me to schedule a date for the contracted work.  Only after filing complaints with Angie'sList, the BBB and my credit card company, did I hear from Andrew with an attempt to schedule a date to do the work.  The BBB reflects several complaints, including current complaints that have not been resolved/responded to.  Since Andrew did not meet the terms of the contract, I have elected not to continue to do business with him.
    - Pamela B.
  • F
    American Cabinet Door Replacement
    Andrew came to my house twice, once to look at what I needed done and to provide a ball park estimate.  He then came back to measure and show me numerous samples of materials to choose from.  I signed a contract with him in May.  He was punctual, polite and clearly very knowledgeable about his business.  I am shocked that he has chosen to ignore the terms of our contract and is refusing to return my email and phone messages.
    - Pamela B.
  • A
    Ackley Cabinet LLC
    Very professional, trustworthy, detailed and meticulous.  Greg and Scott did an excellent job and I never lost total use of the kitchen in the process.  Everything was put away at the end of their work day so that I could use my kitchen in the process.  My kitchen looks brand new and custom,.  They even built me a new pantry cabinet.  The inserts alone gave me so much additional space and organization.  It was worth every penny, and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend them.
    - Barbara M.
  • A
    Excalibur General Contractors, Inc.
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    - Shane H.
  • A
    Ackley Cabinet LLC
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    - Andrew D.
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