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    We were working on a huge remodel of our kitchen breakfast nook are of our house.  My wife and I had designed the kitchen to include a greatly enlarged island area.  We had (finally) completed the installation of our cabinets after two months of work gutting the old kitchen and pulling up the old ceramic tile floor and replacing it with slate tile.  Throughout the remodel, we had repeatedly looked at all of the local big-box home improvement stores looking for the right counter top material for the kitchen counters found nothing.  We had trouble finding counter material that we both liked in the stores.  Eventually we did find a granite we were willing to settle on at Lowes when we learned that they would not be able to install the counter the way we wanted.  Our kitchen island is approximately 5.5 feet x 8.5 feet  and we wanted the island's counter to be one solid piece. The associate at Lowes told us they would have to install the Island with a seam because the island was larger than the biggest slab their fabricators and installers could handle.  We decided to wait because we'd really wanted the island counter to be made without a seem.  It turned out to be lucky that we waited. 
    My wife started looking into granite counters from smaller design companies.  I was reluctant because I assumed the smaller shops would be more expensive than the big stores.  We'd already gone over budget on several parts of the kitchen remodel. But seeing as we were not able to find the counter top, I agreed.  Right away, my wife found exactly the granite she wanted for the kitchen counter we wanted by looking at granite suppliers' websites.  We put together a list of potential fabricators to contact and get quotes.  Since we had no experience with what to look for in a granite fabricator, we relied upon Angie's List review to narrow our list.
    After getting quote from three different fabricators, we decided to go with Artisan.  All of the quotes w received were close - within a couple hundred dollars.  The quotes were about the same as we'd received from the big-box stores (whew!). We went with Artisan because we felt most comfortable with Lisa - she seemed to understand what we were looking to do with the kitchen in terms of the style.  As an added bonus, Lisa said that they could fabricate the island counter out of one slab.  We also liked their pricing model - they passed on the material at their cost without any markup and they were happy to work with any of the stone yards in the area.  This pricing model ultimately saved us a significant amount of money.  
    Lisa was familiar with the granite we were interested in but let us know that that particular material was usually around $1300 per slab at the local yards.  We needed two slabs. Lisa offered to look around for us since she was at the various local yards throughout the week for other customers.  Since we'd been without a proper kitchen for months, what was a extra week or two. Within about a week Lisa called to let us know she's seen some slabs we might like at a local yard. The slabs were a special buy and were much lower than the $1300 slabs were were initially interested in.  When my wife wen to look, she found the exact granite we where set on in the lot of special buys - and best yet, they were only $650 each!
    Artisan's installers were out the next day to template.  About a week later they guys brought the counter.    It was quite a feat to see, but the island was one enormous piece.  It must have weighed better than 900lbs.  The installation was flawless.  Every piece was cut perfectly.    The guys caulked everything and sealed the counter a second time (it had been sealed once at the fabrication shop).
    Lisa and her team were great.  Overall we couldn't be happier with the results.  The kitchen looks great and counter is awesome.  The single slab kitchen island makes quite a visual impact for visitors.  The bargain granite Lisa found saved us $1300 over our initial quote.  Next time I need stone fabrication I will call Lisa again.  
    - Eric S.
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    Zekreations Inc
    Zeke is the owner of Zekreations.  He and his employee, Roger do excellent work.  Zeke pays a lot attention to detail and focuses on making sure the finish is perfect.
    Zeke was a great help in finalizing the design elements of the pool bath.  Even though we'd already picked the style and finishes for the remodel, he offered several ideas that we incorporated into the final design.  I'd already done most of the demolition of the old bathroom, so they were able to start on removing and redoing the shower floor.  They completed that very quickly and moved to installing the new backer boards on walls and then the subway tile.  The subway tile required a a lot of attention to detail to ensure that each row was straight and level.  Zeke made his own spacers to ensure the spacing and was meticulous in making sure each row was exact.  Several times there were small sections of the wall tile that didn't come out to Zeke's high standards so he would remove those sections and redo them.  The subway tile made for slow going, but it looks perfect.  It could not have come out any better.  Once the slate floor was installed, they quickly finished the rest of the bath room.  In the end they finished on time and the bath looks fantastic.
    When we started the kitchen and great room remodel we got a few quotes for the floor work.  Even though Zekreations was not the cheapest bidder, we knew they had experience with our slate tile (from the bathroom remodel) and they would do a great job. They started on the agreed date.  I had already removed the old kitchen and cleared out all the furniture so the room was ready to go. Somehow they were able to remove approximately 600 sq ft of the existing ceramic tile from the kitchen in one day.  The next day they began laying tile.  Zeke took his time planning the layout of the tile to ensure it would look great in the room.  Over the next three days they put down about 1100 sq ft of slate tile.  My wife and I had picked out a very dark grout which required a lot of additional effort to install and clean.  Even so, they finished on time and the floor looks awesome.  

    - Eric S.
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    Waring Brothers Cabinets
    Steve was recommended by my painter for vanity replacment, and he did not dissapoint. Came to the house, measured, sketched as we discused my needs, and was back with his estimate in a day or 2. He made and installed custom cabinets and counter tops. His experience and knowledge were valuable. The job was done quickly and when promised, and everything was cleaned up. I needed a plumber for the new sinks and toilets, Steve recommended a plumber he works with who was also top notch, professional and fairly priced. NOTE - my price estimate may be off - the lighting, toilets and sinks were not part of Steve's bill, and my memory is fuzzy. Just know that his cabinets are nicer and better made than "off the shelf", and at a better price.
    - Laurie V.
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    Palm Bay Plumbing Services Inc.
    He showed up on time, very friendly and very professional,
    - Anthony O.
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