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Window Replacement reviews in Miramar Beach

  • A
    Excellent. From start to finish, these guys were great communicators. Their word was their honor. They made sure we had options on quality and at different price points. They told us the pros and cons of each option. The installation work was clean and efficient. Unfortunately for them we had other contract work going on which made our job a multi-trip proposition for them. They never complained about it. They stayed with us through a 7 month home renovation. The service they provided and the work they did was the best of the whole home renovation project by all the contractors and sub-contractors. Thank you Tracy, Kevin, Roger & Wendy. Best experience ever.
    - Gary P.
  • A
    We are extremely pleased with the completed project.  All the workmen were efficient, polite, and conscientious about doing the job RIGHT!
    In addition, David did several little things that were not in our contract to make the changes more aesthetically pleasing.
    The doors are a nice upgrade to our home, and make the rooms seem a lot larger!
    We got bids from 3 contractors.  David Meyers Builders, Inc., was not the least expensive bid, but as the old adage goes, "You get what you pay for!"
    - Dawn H.
  • C
    Rescreening of porch went well, arrived on time, did a good job. no issues with that part of the 3 part project.
    taking out the old shower and converting into a closet I would grade a B.  Only because the metal shelves were installed with little clearance making it hard to move them out of the way for me to paint the walls.
    The showcase was to be the two station shower.  This is a big shower, 5ft. 2in. by 7ft.  The first day of construction was to take out the old tub and walls, old shower, move drain in floor and water lines.  OK so far, they did not have a heavy duty hammer drill to take out the needed area in the floor slab to install the new floor drain.  Next day they had the proper tool and started building.  Water was moved, walls correctly put in, all no problems.  Being a non standard size they had to custom build a floor pan and did so with concrete. Whoops, not enough concrete, see you tomorrow.  Back with the concrete, that part done.  This was all done freestyle and is not really perfect as it is a little wavy.  grade it a C.  Now the sheets of tile and center drain,  the grout lines do not line up in several areas and the center drain trim was not square to the tile and had them resquare it.  Grade that part of the job a D- .  The back wall has a full length bench, as they were building it I asked that they pay careful attention and pitch it so water would run off the bench.  Grade that a F, also the step in to the shower is not pitched in enough, another F. The selection of hardware for the showers was great, only problem, they ordered the wrong diverter valve, more delays and a phone call to Chicago to straighten it all out because that is where everyone was attending a workshop to replace the product they were using on my wall with another of equal quality but having a lower price.  I got the higher price material and never was told they were getting a new line of material.  The glass doors from their supplier were late, promised, late again and again.  Finally arrives but the top rail is not correct and we have some more delays.  Finally done, finished caulking and did final caulk with a clear next to the opaque that had been used.  Clear is a far better look and I ask if they will recaulk to clear. " I'll get back to you on that and I agree, clear does look better."  Still waiting Jose.  Nice guy, full of promises, wants this to be the showcase job in the resort and hopes to get a lot of business on the project.  He was to be on top of this job the whole way, it was to be perfect.  No way Jose.  He will have all the excuses.  Still waiting for all of the warranty paperwork,  sick of hearing the excuses.  They sent a electrician, son of the owner of the electric company and a helper to install a ceiling fan and shower light.  They arrived without anyone saying they were coming.  Between Hometowns crew and me,[ having electrical knowledge] taught the two young lads how to do the job.  They needed a circuit breaker and did not have one so I taught him how to tap into another breaker.  Final grade, screen job A,  closet conversion B, and shower, anything from a B to an F, shower overall I give a C- to a D
    - peter s.
  • A
    The work started when promised and was completed on time.  There were a couple of defective windows when they arrived.  They installed and as soon as the replacement windows arrived, they put them in.  I couldn't have been happier with the work.
    - Joseph H.
  • A
    Prompt response to request for estimate. David was very knowledgable and we were able to foresee any problems before they arose. Work was completed on time and within budget. We could not be happier with his work. We are using him next year for an interior renovation.
    - Jeffrey C.
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  • A
    Bidding stage only, but great response so far.
    - Jeffrey C.
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