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  • This installer, Bob Denisar, drilled holes in my shower pan incorrectly during a master bath remodel. Tried to blame me for the mistake! Said the vendor instructions were not clear as if I wrote them personally. He made a half-hearted attempt at repair but never completed the job. Made every kind of promise about making sure I'd be 100% satisfied and were all lies. Also made the mistake of making the final payment before other tasks were completed and that's the last I saw of him. Had to constantly harass him for 6 months and in the end he never repaired my shower. Had to hire a specialist who thankfully did a fantastic job. Bob also promised to pay me for that and of course never did. Bottom line is the guy is a crook and charlatan! Dishonest, disingenuous with absolutely no integrity Don't hire him, don't pay him and don't refer him. He'll make every promise in the world and never follow through.
    - Michael C.
  • Excellent! I love them, they were referred to me by a friend of mine that had just had her bathroom renovated. I'm so glad I took her advice and called them. Really easy to talk to, no pushy sales tactics. I told them what I wanted and Vanessa had a 3 concept designs done for me to choose from.
    - Jean B.
  • They did a great job. Communicating with Vanessa and Roan is great, they got back to me right away with any concerns or questions I had. I am very satisfied with the work and would hire them again without a doubt.
    - Anne D.
  • Martin and his crew are excellent. Did a great job. Very happy with the work done. They went the extra mile to make sure we were very satisfied with all that was being done. Very prompt showing up first thing in the morning each day.
    - Ed D.
  • He came to give an estimate for my job, but he seemed like he had a lot of work already and didn't really seem interested in my job. Although his office said they would follow up, I never heard from them again.
    - Elizabeth I.
  • The required work was done over several month during 2017. Unfortunately, our experience with E.S. Tile was both frustrating and very upsetting. The major issues are as follows: - ES Tile prepared their written cost quote from detailed work lists, careful "to scale" floor plan drawing provided by the homeowner, and following detailed discussions regarding the high standards of craftsmanship expected. The owner, Eloy Sosa, offered a verbal estimate that our job would require 4-6 weeks. They started the job mid-June 2017, did massive demolition until the end of June, and then went on vacation. They did not return to actively work on our job for 75 days. This left me without access to some kitchen and powder room facilities for months. The project was not completed fully until the end of October 2017. - ES Tile elected to renew the kitchen flooring by not only removing the original floor covering, but also the sub-floor right down to the floor joists. As it turns out, the new sub floor, it's overlay, and the new floor covering were installed in such a way that the new floor is now uneven. The thickness of plywood supplied today is not as thick as the plywood supplied 50 years ago. This difference was apparently not considered when replacement material was used, causing a "hump" where new and old construction meet all along one wall. The overlay sheet, installed over the subfloor, was not finished to achieve an unbroken surface by "skim coating" joint areas and other imperfections, causing joints between the overlay sheets to telegraph through the new sheet floor covering. - ES Tile brought an outside electrical contractor (Mega Power Electric Inc.) to our jobsite to perform necessary electrical work. The work done by this contractor failed to meet both the Delaware Code and NEC requirements. The original electrical work accomplished on this site was left in a completely unsafe condition. Proper GFCI circuit breakers were not installed, code compliant receptacles were not used, poorly made ground connections were discovered, and the circuit breaker panel was left open and without its cover. Further, neither ES Tile nor Mega Power Electric arranged for a certified electrical inspector to visit this site in order to examine and approve the new electrical work as required by Delaware Regulations. ES Tile was given the opportunity to rectify the sub-standard electrical work, eventually commenting they could not find a provider willing to re-do another contractor's work. I had to hire and pay a truly qualified and licensed electrical contractor to rectify the electrical issues. Mr. Sosa did permit for the cost to be deducted from the final project payment. - ES Tile failed to oversee, inspect and approve off-site fabrication of quartz countertops and backsplash. The materials originally delivered had minor blemishes, off center fixture position, and poor fit-ups. They were unable to solve these problems. I eventually had to directly negotiate with both the manufacturer and the fabricator of the countertop to accomplish preferential resolution. I also had to design, fabricate, and install supports for certain sections of the countertops because ES Tile could not accommodate some aspects of the installation. Some of the countertops were not and are still not level despite remedial efforts. -They were asked on several occasions to provide both interim and final invoicing to satisfy good business practice, to document work done and to tally materials used. Such paperwork is important for insurance reasons, tax reasons and as evidence of responsible property preservation. At no time did ES Tile ever provide requested documents. -They promised to deliver both Product Literature and Product Warranty info so that future maintenance and/or warranty service could be accomplished with minimum effort. At best, only some of the information was ever obtained. Often I had to retrieve manuals and brochures from discarded product packaging. The foregoing were the major transgressions. There were many lessor problems, such as repeated breaks in work continuity that required me to create "punch-lists" of the next steps to smooth work restarts and avoid oversights when worker craft skills failed to meet the high standards promised. When I raised objections to the less than acceptable workmanship, I was often told that the work "met trade standards" or that I was "too fussy." Our experience does not even closely compare with expectations engendered by the ratings and reviews for ES Tile published on Angie's List.
    - BRUCE M.
  • I could not recommend Kingsman Carpentry more highly. Orlando has been a true pleasure to work with. All of the work has been excellent and anything less than excellent he was quick to resolve to my specific request without complaint! The prices are very fair and there are no hidden charges or extras or anything. He is extremely honest and dependable. He was willing to come during evening and weekend hours when I was in a real jam on timelines. He shows up when he says he will, gets everything done as promised, and is appreciative of the work. He is now my go-to guy for everything. He has put up a beautiful fence on my backyard, done major remodel work in my kitchen, some plumbing, some electrical, replaced the bathroom vanity, repainted, and repaired concrete, among other tasks. All done w/ a smile and great quality of work.
    - Susan L.
  • He came over, measured, promised estimate, never heard from him again When I followed up with request in writing, still no estimate So you would be doing him a favor not to use him, as he is obviously way too busy
    - Jane J.
  • Last year, we suddenly found ourselves in need of a kitchen remodel. A water leak had left our kitchen severely damaged. We needed new floors and base cabinets and decided to update the entire old kitchen. We started researching various kitchen remodelers and engaged with several before choosing Ferris. Ferris Home Improvements exceeded our expectations in design and installation. We initially worked with Ferris designer, Joel Hill. He is an NKBA Certified Kitchen & Bath Designer. He listened to our needs and designed a beautiful layout that was enhanced by his meticulous attention to detail. Joel helped us pick out finishes and advise us of products. We felt no pressure to buy something that was more expensive — instead, he gave us choices and guided us in making decisions. Once the design process was over, we worked with the installer – Glen Powell and his helper Brett who were phenomenal. At the beginning of the project, we received a schedule. They started on the start date and ended as scheduled. I’ve never been in a situation where a complex building project ran so smoothly. Glen is an expert installer and worked to coordinate all the craftsman. We highly recommend tile installer, Ed Hennessey. The details and carpentry in the kitchen are exquisite. After the kitchen was finished, Glen worked with us on a small punch list. We were impressed with how professionally the entire team handled the final details. The whole project was efficient and professional. Special thanks to Dan Heath, supervisor and Coordinator, Cory O’Neil. Two months after we completed our kitchen, we called Ferris to ask if they would start a new project with us – a basement remodel. We look forward to working with them again and highly recommend their services and their products.
    - Anthony M.
  • Darrel, Josh and their crew are amazing. They price by the job and discuss any possible change orders ahead of time. I so appreciate their honesty, punctuality and work ethic. I originally hired them to paint the house, but because they are general contractors, they ended up putting in all my lighting, fixing some electrical, installing windows and doing some construction and carpentry work.
    - Ruth H.
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