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  • A
    Masterson Flooring LLC
    Steve and Chris were both wonderful to work with. Steve was very professional and followed up with me several times to answer questions I had and to oversee my plumbing / tiling project for my shower. They did a great job and I would definitely hire them again.
    - Jennifer B.
  • F
    BP Construction Pros LLC
    We signed a contract to remodel our bathrooms in 2016 based on architectural plans given to BP Construction Pros but they kept delaying and then said they couldn't remodel the bathroom as in the plans given to them. However, they refuse to give us our $7,500 deposit from December 2016 back and no longer reply to emails or phone calls!
    - ROBERT S.
  • A
    Northside Adjusters
    Let me say it is not easy to find an adjuster when you have little or no experience in this matter ,but I got very lucky to have met with Harrison Whittaker ,after consulting with other companies I had little hope on receiving some money I had invested for damage caused by the hurricane Irma.He always answered my calls and explained why it takes so long and what he was doing to recover my money.At one point I really though I will get little or noting at all,and then Harrison called me with the good news ,I recovered more than I expected ,to be honest I received more than double of what I should of got. Thanks Harrison
    - gabriel c.
  • F
    Get Mo Cool Inc - Miami
    Awful. The merchant bailed on me. Get Mo Cool did not pull any permits for the job, even though the contract indicates that it will be done. Get Mo Cool took the money, ruined my unit, leaving me with holes everywhere and make my unit uninhabitable. Get Mo Cool doesn't answer my calls anymore and didn't reimburse me for the money he stole from me. I've also indicated to them that their employees are smoking Marijuana while performing the job. Be ware!!!
    - D S.
  • F
    Dahta Construction
    TERRIBLE!!! stay away from this liar, thief, and scammer. I hired Mike Heno of Dahta Construction in October 2016 to replace the windows and slider in our Miami Beach condo. We paid $5000 as a deposit to cover the cost of materials and permits. At first Mike Heno answered texts and phone calls, as we were talking about a second phase of remodel including the kitchen and baths. He started giving excuse after excuse as to why he was not showing up to do the work. The text responses started to slow down- and he completely stopped answering his phone. I checked with the city and no permits were ever pulled. After this going on for many many months we finally hired an attorney to sue to get our money back. He even had the nerve to call the attorney and say he would drop off a check "next week" which of course never, ever happened. Steer clear of this loser!!!! Worst contractor ever! As of July 2017 we still have not received our $5000 back.
    - Richard M.
  • A
    SFL Property Maintenance Corp.
    I schedule appointments with several contractors. One was extremely expensive and kept telling me I "NEEDED" to do a number of things or I would not pass inspection. (needed to raise the sprinklers, electrical and a number of other changes. None of it was "accurate" information. (FYI this contractor was a recommendation from a friend and NOT from Angie's List) After meeting with several contractors I decided to go with SFL Property Maintenance. They are great to deal with. The contractor pulled the permits with City of Miami beach (which is a mission) and kept me up to date with what was going on. He would call, leave messages or text to make sure I had status. The work was done quickly and professionally! Inspection passed without issue!! My headache is over! This is my first Angie's List review and I took the time to do it because SFL Property Maintenance did a great job!
    - Alain L.
  • F
    Dahta Construction
    The worst experience of my life. Lost sleep and nearly lost my job because of the headaches this group caused me. I am still trying to get this done after 10 months! It's a 1 bedroom 600sqft condo. Michael Heno and Henry Garcia are both highly unresponsive and unprofessional. It became obvious and I got Henry (the actual license holder) to admit that Michael is borrowing his license. Despite my contract and checks going to Dahta Construction. All of his sub's complain that he bounces checks or fails to pay them. The electrician he brought in, Hector Garcia should not be allowed on your property. He and his partner threatened with property destruction if I did not show up and pay them directly because they did not trust Michael to pay them. They never even finished the job and were just one of many who showed up late, promised completion on one date and never met the date. Ive had my condo board complaining on his people. They don't clean up and are reckless. One even peed into the old toilet that wasn't hooked up to the sewer line anymore!!! It took 4 months to get the permit, another 3 months to get the permit paid and official. Then he bounced the check to the building department. The tile took 6 weeks to install and it was done so terribly, that everything is now scratched because they took so long and had cement powder on the tile and walked on it for weeks like that. The grout still isnt done. I've ended up having to hire my own plumber, buy my own windows, find my own kitchen place in order to get this done hopefully this year. I'm still waiting on him and his people to complete installing the 3 doors I went out and bought for them and to finish the drywall. I've probably done more work than them at this point. Last weekend I even went ahead and installed my recessed lights after having bought them for him over 5 weeks ago! I will be filing a formal complaint with the state licensing board for these people. I recommend anyone thinking of doing business with Henry Garcia, Michael Heno or Hector Garcia to avoid these guys by a hundred miles. You are better off learning to do the job yourself on youtube or getting home depot to install things for you one piece at a time. The floor is so badly done, I really want to tear it up again and redo it. I just hope it's good enough once it's all cleaned up that I can stand it for the next 20 years despite it's imperfections and scratches. Maybe a good polishing will take care of the scratches. Oh, and still haven't passed electrical inspection. The electrician was nice enough to leave one of the existing kitchen lights plugged only into the circuit box, so there's no switch for it or any way to fix it without calling another electrician. I'd post pictures, but it's still not done. I'm expecting to maybe finish by May at this point if I go out and hire my own electrician for most likely another 2k worth of cost. June 14 2017 update - Since my last review, MIke has showed up once and still cut corners on the little he was suppose to do. Inspector said plans needed updating prior to framing inspection because we did not build what we planned originally. That was beginning of April and I told Mike the same day to get the revision done. June 14, the plans were finally updated but revision still not done. Project is now past the 1 year mark, job is no closer to complete yet and i'm going to be 20k over budget now, about the amount I paid Dahta and Mike for this job. Electrical rough finally got done, over a month ago, after waiting 2 months to get that done. Now I've got an angry electrician complaining he hasn't been paid yet. At least Henry finally admitted this is his problem and stepped in to pay the architect who had unpaid bills from a year ago. At this point, I've lost my dog to cancer while waiting on this condo, my mother is coming back after a year and still wont see my condo, and I lost my job due to the stress. I've agreed to give Henry and Mike one final chance (after hundreds of chances). June 30th to complete the job and I will remove these reviews. I've given up on the money owed to me and am doing the work myself and paying for everything myself. All Dahta and MIke have to do is keep the plans updated, inspections running and stop being the cause of delays. Then close out the permit and get out of my life. Otherwise, I begin the process of filing formal complaints with the state licensing board, and Miami dade county and Miami Beach licensing boards. I strongly suggest anyone else in the same situation as me to do the same. These people will only respond when the govt or the internet threatens them. Keep your lawyer handy but save your money, move on with your life, get it done, file the complaints and cross your fingers that the state bonding system will get you some money back. These people are smart enough at least to not risk losing their house over this work, trust me I already did the leg work. Never give anyone money up front, break the job up into smaller jobs. Pay as you go once work is actually done. That's the only way I've found to make this work with hired people in Miami. And pray someone doesn't give them a bigger job cause they will put you on hold. Hell, the guy doing my floor tile didn't even show up with a wet saw!! Hand tool and crooked lines everywhere. Perhaps there is a way for all of us victims to meet together and pool our resources.
    - Victor A.
  • A
    Matt Construction
    I needed to do a total remodel to a rental property I had. Issue was I lived out of State. Discuss with Matt what I wanted done. Matt executed everything to perfection. Couldn���t be more satisfied with the job Matt did. Living out of State, Matt relieve all my stress on the project. I have kitchen and bathroom totally remodel. Matt install all new flooring and painted the apartment. Matt is very professional and his works speak for itself. I highly recommend him.
    - Aaron V.
  • D
    WR Contracting
    The final job was only acceptable after multiple changes and problems that would not have been corrected, had I not pointed them out. I am being "kind" with my rating. William will say he will work with you, but the work standards of his crew were so lacking, that constant supervision was required. Lack of communication with his workers OR complete disregard or lack of understanding of quality standards. If you own a low end rental property, then hire them. If you have a half million dollar condo like mine, then don't expect them to adhere to good standards. Here is a laundry list of problems: 1.) Worker cuts wooden baseboards without mitre joints. Consulted with William. He agrees and worker replaces next day with proper joints. 2.) Bevel needed at junction of baseboard and Italian aluminum door frame (e.g. costly). Instead of removing baseboard, worker uses a cutting tool. Worker puts two scratches in aluminum frame and bevel needs smoothing out. 3.) Pass counter between sink area and shower not level. Top was torn off and replaced with level surface. Quality of metal framing around tile shows small gash and scratches (seemingly sanded where several joints connect but I accepted). The rough cut hand cut edge of the top tile is positioned on the outer visible end instead of the manufacturer's cut. 4.) Original grout line on floor against the shower is got larger as it approached the spot where you enter the shower. Different workers remove row of tile and replace, but don't use a spacer (or the same one from previous worker) and the grout line between the next set of tiles is noticeably narrower. Less noticeable when darker grout was used. (See #5.) 5.) Grout color did not seem to be even color throughout. This was mostly (?) alleviated when they did touchup work. 6.) Shower head was not flush with ceiling. 7.) Requested they remove all hardware (all chrome: shelf, light fixtures, towel racks, etc.) before painting. They did not remove, they missed paint spots (only primer) and got paint around base of above objects. I removed them myself, worker cleaned them and painted properly. Still left undone: light fixtures with some old color paint showing around the top side and paint on base. 8.) Rebuilt wall at pass counter was uneven and covered half of the marble edging in sink area. After they tried to correct as best as possible, they had scratched the marble. Got discount to hire another company to sand. 9.) When they removed my Poggen Pohl kick board for the sink area, it was too damaged to replace. When I found out that a replacement board from Poggen Pohl would cost $290, I agreed to let them replace with a regular board. After explaining the dimension height I needed for the kick board, the worker just put the same baseboard as used elsewhere, which was too short and not plastic coated. They replaced it. 10.) Discovered shower head knobs were not correct: All three had arrows for hot and cold but only the middle one was a temperature nob. Turns out it was the manufacturer's fault in what they shipped, but again it would have been nice if this would have been corrected without me having to point it out first. 11.) Design flaw: Shower step over wall did not go flush with edge of wall on the shower hardware side. This is due to the fact they built the pass over counter too wide and the corresponding wall also covered most of the spacer for the cabinetry. By the time the short shower pass over wall met the shower side wall, it stuck out and was only acceptable because the baseboard there made it look flush. The interior dimensions of the shower were even.
    - Christopher G.
  • A
    Joe's Painting and Renovations

    Joe?s Painting and Renovations is outstanding.  I am the President of an award winning Art Deco Building in South Beach and can unequivocally say that Joe is a consummate professional.  We have retained him for several projects which have been completed on time and under budget without fail. The owner and his crew have a great work ethic, fantastic attitudes and exhibit true attention to detail.  They are clearly the best contractor we?ve dealt with in decades.  We know when we select his company for a  project it will be done right and without the need for us to micromanage or get involved.  Without exaggeration, his company is the finest we?ve ever dealt with in over 20 years.

    - BRAD F.
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