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    Steve's Home Improvement
    The initial quote was close to our budget $225k. The (first) signed contract became $256k. In the middle of construction, after he was told many times that my parents were exhausting their savings in building the house (after we were already deeply into the project), we were told that Mr. Angiolillo required a new contract for $306k (or the project would stop); after we begrudgingly signed that (second) contract, after another number of months, Mr. Angiolillo requested a new contract for $352k, which we would not (could not) agree to (Mr. Angiolillo explained that this would pay for ���most��� of the work, and my 78-year old father, and 67-year old mother could, ���get a mortgage,��� in order to pay him the rest. That���s when we started looking into ending our relationship with him. For the most part, the work that was performed (done by Angiolillo���s subs) was good ��� there were some issues, such as the omission of a dryer vent, and some small head scratching issues, but most of the issues were not in the work, per say, but with Mr. Angiolillo, himself. He became erratic ��� fighting with one of his subs (that apparently, returned much later in the process, but whose departure GREATLY slowed any work being done) ��� involving a lot of cursing and ethnic slurs, and after that time, I saw less of Mr. Angiolillo, at the site, and when I did see him/hear from him, he was clearly not in good condition (slurring words, sometimes incoherent), and claiming that ���things were costing more than he had planned, and ���a lot more money would be required��� to finish his project ��� on a day he was onsite, when a set of fiberglass doors (Jeld-Wen) impact doors, ordered from Home Depot (a brand he had recommended, and which cost about $4100) arrived, was impaired when he used a box cutter to help me removed the packing material, in order to inspect the doors ��� he put a big scratch on them (in front of me), then claimed he did not do it. On another day, he appeared at the site, to install windows, and was clearly impaired ��� we saw him stumbling around, while carrying the windows, cursing, while claiming he would, ���install them himself��� (since his sub had stopped coming to assist him) ��� shortly later, he appeared to be working on the window framing. My wife and I left him to his work, when , later that same day ��� around 8 or 9 pm - my wife told me that she saw his truck still at the job site, behind our house, and she said she was worried he was dead. We went out to investigate, and he was passed out, with his tools strewn throughout the yard, keys in the ignition, car doors open ��� it took several minutes to wake him; he was conscious, but looked very impaired, and did not speak, at first. I helped him recover a little and I helped him pick up and put his tools back in his vehicle; he spoke of issues including a car accident, and trouble at home. The aforementioned set of $4100 doors were hung, by Mr. Angiolillo (himself), and another worker, and when we examined the work, found the doors did not close (had to lock them in order to keep them from opening), and were scratched badly, on all sides. Much later, Mr. Angiolillo claimed that my parents had caused the issue by leaving the door open, to blow in the wind, and that, ���inferior Home Depot paint���, was to blame for the scratches in the door ��� and for this install, he priced it at $2100 ��� higher than any rate I could quote, from anyone else. To cite another example, of this same behavior, one of Mr. Angiolillo���s last projects worked on for the guest house, was to paint the house (which he was fired, before it could occur), install drywall, stucco, and insulation. He quoted the painting work at $10k-11k, the drywall, stucco, and insulation at $35k. Since our ���split��� with Mr. Angiolillo, as our contractor, we had the work quoted by 3 additional, local contractors ��� painting averaged between $3500���$4500, drywall (smooth) was $8k, $1k for insulation, and $2k - $3500 for stucco. On another occasion, when I spoke to Mr. Agiolillo, he expressed frustration that my parents told him, that they were unable to come up with money, beyond the scope of the numbers they had (begrudgingly, and nearly exhausting their savings to do so) agreed to on the $306k contract, he stated his belief, that, ���they (my parents) has $500k to their disposal, but they just wouldn���t give it (the money) to him. This practice of price exaggeration, constant demands for huge sums of money, past numbers on his own, signed contracts, bordering on extortion, and Mr. Angiolillo���s own erratic behavior, are my parents��� biggest issues with Steve���s Home Improvements of Palm Beach, Inc., and less the work, with any of its flaws. God help anyone who hires him for this type of project!
    - Lee S.
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    FRANK'S SHEDS
    We were looking at utility sheds for the yard and checked pretty thoroughly until we found this dealer, who handled something that appealed to us, an all-metal shed competitively priced. They were helpful and easy to deal with, albeit a little casual about paperwork. This resulted in our ending up with paperwork for one thing and a shed that was different, in two different ways. Our city, Margate, is stiff necked about these things. Long story short, the manufacturer and the real heroes of this narrative, a company out of Vidalia GA, after two weeks of back and forth trying to satisfy the city, SENT A TRUCK AND CREW AND MODIFIED THE SHED to suit the city, so it passed inspection. They were courteous and sympathetic and the soul of helpful, willing to cut to the chase and solve the problem rather than leave us sitting with an illegal, unusable shed for any longer. Really great people, and we recommend Lark sheds to anyone, as well as Franks, but watch their paperwork!
    - THOMAS W.
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