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  • Between the insurance company(ASI) and GRR, we had major he said-she said runaround with GRR pointing fingers at ASI and ASI pointing fingers at GRR. Both were at fault. Tree fell on house 9/2/16. As of 10/31, still very little movement on the house and was told the trusses would take two weeks to get built. Fine, since ASI was fighting us over what they would pay for and what they shouldn't have to pay for. HOWEVER, ASI was always forthright and said they would pay for just about anything with additional evidence from GRR for the work. This should have translated to description of additional work and pictures in a supplement to ASI for the entire roof to be covered. I asked for this from Rod/GRR and I never got it. I had to get nasty with both ASI and GRR to get any movement after 1 1/2 months of stalemate. I had to call ASI personally and request an additional adjuster come out and take pictures for proof to submit for the additional funds. GRR/Rod never did it. Rod suggested in an email that as of 10/31, they still were NOT SURE THEY WOULD HAVE THE FUNDS FROM ASI TO TAKE UP OUR CASE. At no point was it ever made clear they could just walk away prior to this. All parties had signed a contract for GRR to do the work. Update: 10/31 - get an email from GRR that the flooring is on backorder 4-6 weeks. And you just NOW figured that out????? That's after I supplied the information on the flooring TWICE! Additionally, I asked for an out of pocket estimate for the entire roof to be reshingled, in case ASI wouldn't pay - NEVER got it from GRR. It's almost like the math is such voodoo, that they can't disclose anything. Update: Trusses going up today 11/22, almost three months after tree removal and almost one month after trusses 'were ordered'. Another flooring hiccup: The provider who originally got me my floors when my husband and I remodeled in the Spring of 2016 couldn't get them in a timely manner and gave GRR the runaround. Wouldn't have been a problem had you ordered them in a timely manner back in September when I first supplied the information. I had to research options for getting that exact flooring, as Rod was incapable of doing so on our behalf. When I finally found one on the internet, Rod proceeded to order the flooring to find out that the shipping from PA was $609. He promptly emailed me and said this was a financial problem. I proceeded to calculate the differential between the flooring costs with the shipping and the amount allocated by the insurance company. There was over a $3000 difference and that says to me that GRR felt they could not have it installed for $3000 or below in a 1300 sq ft house. CAN YOU SAY RIP-OFF? When we finally settled this by ME asking ASI to reimburse GRR for the shipping costs on top of the what they were already allocated, Rod ordered the flooring and then proceeded to 'forget' transition strips in the order. MY GOD - HOW BAD CAN YOU BE?????? Update: 12/28/2016 - flooring still not done. Rod can't seem to get the transition strips for the flooring from Home Depot. Supposedly on back order. He called at 4:30 pm and I had them in my hand by 6:30 pm. Will make the two-hour trip up to the house to do his job for him. Anticipated move-in is 1/6, though originally, it was before Christmas. We have been out of the house since September. I wouldn't wish this on anyone. Fence isn't fixed, patio roof isn't fixed, oh and I found a 2x4 laying on my new plants. I took pics and messaged him. Supposed to fix it, we shall see. Subcontractors are going in and out of the kitchen and garage, even though they aren't supposed to. They are even using our tools from the garage. The most unprofessional General Contractor ever???? Found out the painters used the extra paint sitting in our garage to stain our new doors and also paint the new eaves outside. They didn't even buy new paint to do the work. I have pictures as proof. They were supposed to paint most of the ceilings and walls, but did not do that either (pictures as proof) and the insurance claim gave them money to do so. If I hadn't noticed and taken pictures as proof, they would have gotten that money from ASI. Same thing regarding the 'new' doors - only two new ones were installed, the rest were the old ones with new lacquer, courtesy of my personal paint stash. Update 1/5/2017: Due to move back into the house tomorrow, and no professional cleaning was done. My daughters and I had to clean the entire house into the morning hours to have everything ready for the move-in. Update: 1/12/2017, found where my dishwasher face was heavily scratched. GRR/Rod suggested it wasn't their guys. Who else could it be since we haven't lived there in four months? After much haggling and getting my GC husband on them, they finally conceded and replaced it. Punchlist stuff was still going on 1/12/2017. They came to work on my master door frame and when they left, the door was totally not closing right. Asked them to come back. Basically, the striker plate had to be moved inward. They moved the striker plate, but failed to chisel out the appropriate hold for the door knob. 'Oh, did you want that?' Seriously????? Took almost four weeks to get the differential check between the insurance settlement and the bill for the repairs. They said it was lost in the mail. I got so much runaround with them, I told them I would pay for the stop check fee and have my daughter pick up the check in the office. She showed up twice - first time, the check wasn't signed, second time, no one was there. Hire at your own peril.
    - Rosina E.
  • The provider was drssed appropriate and very professional. I explained what I wanted and the provider took my ideas and transformed them into real life. The provider was able to show me a 3D model of the complete project of my closet space. The model was very detail oriented with the actual dimensions of my closet. The providers communication was very effective and the estimate given was very affordable. I would definitely recommend this provider to anyone that needs their closet renovated.
    - Adrian S.
  • Perfect installation. The design they provided worked perfectly. The installers were very neat and used all effort's to not make a mess, especially important as this was a new home. The precision of the closet shelving and personalized needs was what made these closets and shelving perfect. We cam from a larger home to a downsized home, so maximizing storage was the goal. Mission accomplished.
    - John P.
  • Matt's Maintenance & Remodeling built a closet in a bedroom with interior lighting, plastered, hung the doors & installed the hardware, rewired electrical to install a ceiling fan & light and painted the bedroom.
    Matt & his crew were very professional - arrived when stated, did great work, were easy to communicate with, cleaned up every day & finished the job within a reasonable amount of time.  Matt returned phone calls quickly & addressed any requests I had proficiently & professionally.  I would definitely recommend Matt's company.

    - sherry b.
  • This has been a complete nightmare from start (in mid November) until now, and it is still not finished.
    We started this job in mid November, and still did not have a usable shower until mid March. We had hoped to have it completed Dec 1st for our daughters wedding reception.
    We never received an estimate, and the job was done piecemeal and haphazard. Mistakes were made that had to be corrected, we oftentimes never knew if someone was going to show up to work or not.
    And calls were not answered promptly.
    Since insurance was covering all the work to do the shower we accepted that we would go over the final bill at completion. But there are mistakes in the bill now as well , and we still do need a grab bar installed as it was in the original shower.
    I was going to wait until completion to write a review, but my patience has worn thin. 
    Needless to say we unfortunately cannot recommend this company.
    - Dale F.
  • My house was built 21 years ago. Dyna Fit did all my closets at the time. Considering they were still in business after this long, I decided on going with them after receiving a few quotes. They were very courteous and helpful the entire time. The work was done with high quality and they left the area very clean. I was happy, again, with the experience and I would recommend them to anyone.
    - Mike C.
  • I found him to be very competent. It was a very difficult job. Several people had looked at it and not even one could tackle it. He came up with a plan and installed it. He did a very neat job without making any mess. He used good quality materials. I would recommend him. His price was definitely cheaper than any other closet company would have charged. He was willing to design it too which made a difference for me. He was willing to come in and look at the closet. He thought about the project and came up with the plan. He executed the plan and installed it in a timely manner. So it was a very good experience. I felt confident with him right away. I have other friends who had used him in the past who had good experience with him. I am planning to use him for painting and flooring.
    - L B.
  • Tom is excellent. His estimate was right on and he does excellent work. We are getting our house ready to put on the market. We had many odds and ends to do. Tom finished each project. He is very professional. We will use him for all of our handyman needs.
    - Elizabeth L.
  • Great end product. 
    We were very satisfied with the look of the final product compared to the drawing and cannot wait to have my parents start enjoying their new room.
    - Kelly T.
  • They were very easy to work with and very few days when we could not use the kitchen.
    - Marilyn C.
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