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  • A
    Mad River Pool Construction
    We had a wonderful experience with Mad River pools from the initial meeting through the finishing phase. Mad River owner Mike Ramee was a pleasure to work with. He oversaw each stage of the project which went seamlessly. It was in three segments, pool with waterfall, a very large stone patio, and screened Florida room. Mike oversaw all of this and he was great to work with. The men who worked on the project were all professionals. They were here on time, finished on time and were trustworthy and skilled. They were the best crews ever! The whole project was reasonably priced. We love our pool and porch and if we had to do it again, believe me, we would call Mike and Mad River Pools!
    - Feroline L.
  • A
    Equity Builders Group
    EBG is very professional, skilled, punctual and responsive to the homeowners request.  All of the work done by the provider has met all expectations for quality and completion time.  The provider has done a variety of jobs requiring various skills and competency.  Our interior painting job required use of numerous colors and the meeting of different colors in the same room and painting rooms with vaulted and extra high ceilings.  All rooms met homeowners satisfaction and provider also shared an idea for the wall by the jetted tub creating a marbleized appearance.  EBG is exceptionally neat and cleans up as if they were never in the home.  I highly recommend EBG without reservation.
    - Judith B.
  • A
    Pioneer Maintenance & Repair Co

    Nate is very pleasant,  knowledgeable, quite skilled at homeowner related tasks, and really dependable. He came to give an estimate for the work and was honest about what needed to be done and his availability, although was able to schedule my to-do list fairly quickly. Nate does such great quality workmanship that I would highly recommend him as your 'handyman', he surely will be my first call when there's any new to-do's or projects around the house. He even kindly did a couple of little things not on my list that he noticed needed to be done. It is such a wonderful feeling to have thrown away that to-do list, have my house looking great and especially, to finally know a handyman that is as talented and personable as Nate!

    - Theresa C.
  • A
    Southern Living Outdoors LLC
    They are outstanding. They are a Christian Organization and We Christians love that. Jeff is the owner. They are outstanding and very professional. We compromised on a couple of things and the price came down. They build incredible houses and they showed us some pictures. What they wanted to do wasn't on our budget. He did a lot. He showed us  pictures of what the podium would look like. They are extremely dignified.
    - Gene W.
  • D
    Bob's Pools & Screens
    Overall I would describe the expereince with Bobs Pools and Screens SAD! The guy Dave, who did the tiles did a horrible job installing the tiles. Many of the tiles were put in place very sloppily (no gap between the tiles at the top, wide gap at the bottom, Some stuck out further than others). He installed tiles on a Friday while I was at work. When I got home I noticed the shoddy workmanship and called Robbie the salemans we worked with on this project. Of course Robbie was off for the weeked and never bothered to return my call. So Saturday morning Dave comes out to grout the tiles and I explain to him that I'm not happy with the work and that I had called Robbie but he did not respond. I show Dave what I'm talking abour and Dave goes into a tiraid and begins making excuses saying it's normal because it is a re-tile and had we done a pool resurface along with the tile this would not be the case. Now I can understand this to an extent, however the tile spacing was so bad that this excuse did not hold water. Dave finally calmed down and said he would use his angle grinder to open some of the missing gaps, which he did. (Robbie still never returned my call.)
    Even though it looked better than before, overall it was a sloppy job and every time I sit next to the pool and look at it I get irritated.
    A few days later Dave and a couple of other guys returned to do the deck resurface. Same thing, sloppy work. They missed a number of area's that should have been filled in more. These areas were very noticable to the eye and made the deck look patchy in these areas. Of course they had already painted the deck as well. So I call Robbie the following morning to let him know and he said he would be out the following day to inspect the work. Robbie comes the following day and agrees that these areas that need rework and that his guy would be out the following morning to fix them. The next morning the guy shows up to do the work and starts arguing with my wife about doing the patch job and starts going on about how we could go back and forth all day if we wanted all the bad areas filled in. My wife calls me to explain this and so I talk with the guy and remind him that Robbie had checked his work and agreed that the patch work needed to done. After he was done and I get home and I noticed that some of the areas he had patched he had not been repainted. I again called Robbie and he said the would provide me with the paint to cover up these spots.
    Now here's the kicker in all of this, after the job was completed and Bob's had been paid in full, I noticed that I have brown grout stains all over the bottom of my pool. Apparently Dave did a poor job of cleaning up the grout he dropped on the bottom of the pool and it hardened onto the surface. We have large oak trees behind our lanai and brown debris in the bottom of the pool is common in thing in the spring (which is when this work was done). So I had assumed the brown spots were just debri from the trees. About a week after the pool was filled and Bob's had already been paid in full. I did a thourough cleaning of the pool vacuming, brushing etc, thinking all this was just debris. Wrong! Permanent dark brown grout spots all over the bottom of my pool.
    Thanks Dave! Thanks Bobs Pool and screen for such wonderful craftsmanship!  If you want half a$$ed work with attitude call these guys!

    - Gerd S.
  • F
    Wonderful impression on sales call, and no real complaints showing up online so we contracted for a new pool deck, giving 50% down. Check was cashed next day. After delaying the job 3 times, they have refused to respond to phone calls, emails, voice mails, Better Business Bureau complaint. The address listed on their website is a house for sale, additional addressed I found are all either for sale, sold, or empty.
    Do yourself a favor, stay away from them.
    - John C.
  • F
    I explained that I clean it on a weekly basis and that I purposely didn't clean it so he could see how it looked. He proceeded to explain my fence and other things unrelated to my pavers were dirty also. He was rude, insulting and treated me very badly. I ultimately asked him to leave and he laughed about it. I ended up having to ask him 3 times to go. I also asked for his name before he left and he turned around and laughed at me again. I contacted the company and found out that he is one of the owners.
    - Linda S.
  • A
    Superior Craftsman Inc
    As a new resident in a strange city, I was more than a little apprehensive about hiring "strangers". In my previous city, I had 40 years worth of contacts for all types of tradespeople who had done a myriad of work for me. In fact, many friends came to me for referrals. . Here, I knew no one. I was in for an absolutely pleasant surprise!
    Tony (the owner) came by the appointed time for the initial inspection. He was pleasant, professional, and prepared. I explained exactly what I wanted done. He took notes, and shot some pictures of the areas in question. We spoke at length about the project and how it would be executed. I was on a very tight time frame for the work to be completed and he told me they were exremely busy, but would do his best. True to his word, he managed to free up two of his employees for me. James and Sal arrived on time and after sizing up the work, began dismatling the rotting, and visually restrictive trellises. It was clear these were not just "handymen" at work. They were craftsmen who had years of experience in home construction, and thus were able to figure out the best approach in demolition. What impressed me most about their work ethic was their attention to detail. I have seen horror shows unfold in previous jobs when no thought was given to the potential outcome before action is taken. Case in point, the removal of the satellite dish. Prior to starting, both James and Sal walked around it and discussed angles of fall before starting their cut. The result was a "controlled fall" that accomplished the job without further destruction.  As the day went on, the view of the backyard from the porch slowly improved. The last big hurdle was the removal of the satellite dish. Previously, the view from the master bedroom window featured an unobstructed view of the back of this 10' wide monstrous relic from the 80's. By the time these fine men were done, the morning view now includes the pool and a beautiful back acre.
    Toward the end of the job, Tony came by to help with the debris removal. The majority of the wood had been cut down to small pieces, as well as the satellite dish. The metal pole for the dish, as well as the 4 x 4 supports for the pergula, were either completely removed or cut several inches below ground-level. The last part of the job was sealing the holes made by the lag bolts and putting the gutters back. The latter ended up in better condition than when James and Sal began working. The gutters are now much more efficient and better attached than before. When work was ended, we all shook hands and I told Tony how happy I was with their work. I was almost sad to see them go. Needless to say, Tony and his crew are now part of my growing contacts in my new home town.
    - Angel M.
  • A
    United Trades of Florida
    Perfect, exactly what we asked for. Everyone on the job was polite and professional.
    - Donna M.
  • A
    Equity Builders Group
    It really went well. I would not hesitate to have John Cox of Equity builders again.
    - Jane M.
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