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Masonry reviews in Oviedo

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    Five Star Popcorn Removal

    This was a very intense experience.  The work started on May 5, 2014 and ended (completely) on September 2, 2014, two years to the day of our slab leak that lead to the reason for the renovation.  I had never gone through anything like this before so it was a learning experience for me.  It just so happened that our neighbor across the street had their property renovated by Five Star and as they finished our neighbor's bathroom they started ours.  Neither of us knew the other would be renovating or using Five Star.  But we both found them on Angie's List.  However, unlike our neighbor, we had our own drawings that Five Star worked from.  The first day of renovations was very daunting.  When the walls came down in the shower there was massive termite damage which was going to be costly to repair.  However, the house was bonded by a termite company who paid Five Star for that repair.  As the demolition continued on day one Pete, the owner kept saying to me "this was not a part of the bid quote, and that was not part of the bid quote." There were questions about the drawing and the measurements, basically more questions than answers. I could not handle it any more.  I kept seeing the cost of this work just going up and up.  Fortunately, I had also secured the services of an interior designer to assist me with the purchasing of the materials for the remodeling.  My husband stepped in and everything came to a halt. Pete pulled his crew back and on May 7th my husband called a meeting with the building designer who drew up the plans, the interior designer who was assisting me with the purchasing of the materials and fixtures and Pete the general contractor (Five Star).  The measurements seemed to be off with the shower area thus impacting the cabinetry which had already been custom made and several other challenges that dealt with the shower enclosure.  We were all sitting around our kitchen table and my husband laid all the issues out and basically said, "we are not casting any blame we just want the problems resolved now!"  All those bright minds sat at that table and came up with answers.  After the designers left my husband and I talked with Pete the General Contractor about his bid and what needed to happen and we proceeded from there. 

    After that meeting of the minds, I decided to use the interior designer as the liaison between the general contractor (Five Star) and myself.  Any changes, recommendations, on either side were to go through my interior designer.  She would process it, dialogue with Pete and then discuss it with me.  I would then make my decision based on her professional recommendations. I know if she was not involved, I am not sure how well I would have made it through this renovation process.  It should be noted that the reason this project took several months to complete was because our interior designer went on vacation out of the Country in the middle of the project and we chose to delay the project until she returned.

    Pete is not a talkative person, but he seems to know exactly what he is doing.  He has some pretty good folks working for him.  His tile guy is very good.  Definitely an artisan.  The shower is beautiful.  His design and creativity is extremely good.  He also uses a very good electrician who we found very easy to work with.  We trusted everyone.  Since both my husband and I worked every day during the week we simply gave Pete the remote control to the garage and they came and went as they needed. I gave Pete an "A" for professionalism.  If something did not come out right, he accepted responsibility and corrected it at his expense.  He was very interested in knowing that we were pleased with the work that was done.  At the beginning there was a major disagreement about a portion of the renovation that we expected to be included in the estimate and Pete indicated it was not.  However, after our "meeting of the minds " that occurred early on in the renovation process, he accepted the fact that he should have included it in the renovation quote and failed to do so and he accepted responsibility for that cost.  That action to me reflected his integrity.

    When we initially had our home re-piped after the slab leak we had selected a vendor we thought would do a good job because they had good reviews on Angie's List.  However, Pete and his crew during the renovation process found that the work done by that vendor was subpar and Pete and his crew had to redo some of that work.  That was a cost my husband and I had to bear because the company that did the re-piping refused to pay for the cost of repairing the shoddy work they had done.

    When the bathroom renovation was finally complete, I know I was tired and Pete and his crew were tired also.  However, when the covering came off the wood floors in the master bedroom they had laid, there were pit marks over various portions of the floor.  We cannot definitively say how they got there for many subcontractors were in and out of the house working.  Admittedly I was very discouraged at this point for I felt "what next."  My interior designer found a wood layer who stated he could remove the damaged wood and replace them.  Once again, Pete accepted the responsibility for this and covered the cost of purchasing additional wood and the repair cost.

    After the work was done we have called Five Star back for a minor leak in the bidet line, which they have immediately responded to which tells you a lot about the fact that they are willing to stand behind their work.

    In spite of it all I believe I probably have one of the most beautiful bathrooms in all of Central Florida and I thank Five Star for bringing the design drawn up by LeVon Hodge's Build Homes Inc. to fruition.  I am posting a few photos of the bathroom with this review.

    I would recommend to anyone who will be going into a major renovation the following:1)All parties associated with a renovation plan should all sit down together and discuss all aspects of the plan before you get the final bid quote so everyone is on the same sheet of music. 2) Ask whether there is an additional cost to the estimate for laying the title based on its size.  Also ask if there is an additional cost for laying the tile in a pattern. 3) Ask if the quote given for painting includes painting the trims (doors, floor boards, moldings etc.) 4) If one room leads into another or is an extension of another ask whether the quote includes both areas for a seamless transition. 5) If you are going to do wainscoting ask if the estimate includes the homeowner selecting a design of their choice as well as material. Lastly, I would recommend that anyone doing a major renovation strongly consider budgeting for an interior designer to work along with you through the process, especially if it is your first time.  The assistance and service well pays for itself.


    - Diana M.
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    Aabrams Chimneys LLC
    Prior to purchasing the home, I asked Aabrams to inspect the exterior brick home and walls. They came in the same day even when I explained that I was not yet sure if I would purchase the home/ They send Dany who inspected the property and pointed out things that needed repair that had been missed by the inspector. The following day Bernard sent me quote for the repair. Once I closed on the home, I gave them a call and they send Dany to do the brick repair. Part of the repair involved demolishing a brick arch in the yard that was high up and almost falling. AAbrams removed the arch and restored the wall where it was supported.  Aabrams also repaired the window frames and the whole wall for cracks in the mortar. Job was done with a high std. of quality. Only complaint if any, is that I had to remind them to pick up the check and ended up having to mail them payment.
    - Francisco D.
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    Let Brice Do It Concrete & Pavers
    They have done quite a bit of work for us. They are very good. They are doing another project for us in a couple of weeks. They did a great job in our backyard and so we are having them redo our driveway and pavers. We spent a lot of money for the previous job. They are polite, neat and clean. We like them. It took a little bit longer than I thought. Their pricing was very competitive. It was a lot more expensive than what I actually thought would be. We have already signed with them for another project.
    - STEVEN T.
  • C
    Finshed primary job, but did not come back and do the concrete cuts as promised after repeated phone calls came back and only did cuts on driveway middle, did not to clean up cuts along driveway edges. Still have a lot of concrete chunks that are coming off making a jagged edge along driveway and sidewalks.
    - Patti L.
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    Frank The Painter
    Frank wasn't the cheapest estimate, nor the more expensive. We went with Frank because he actually paints the house, instead of sending a crew or subcontractors. Frank and his partner, Ed, were at the house every day on time, and worked all day during the heat of September. We have a pond in the backyard, and they would fish during their breaks. They gave my son fishing tips and even gave him some lures - that made his day! I would definitely use Frank and Ed again.
    - LAURA S.
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    A & R Landscaping & Lighting Inc
    Very well. Wife loved it.
    - parker b.
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    Tom Easton Construction
    No appt.
    - Joy D.
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    Let Brice Do It Concrete & Pavers
    I would have liked to get the written or verbal quote for the work from this company. I have hired someone else to do the job.
    - Sandra D.
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    Let Brice Do It Concrete & Pavers
    They are a group of young presentable people. Their prices are competitive. They were on time and did a great job as promised. I liked their services and will use the same in future.
    - Lisa P.
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    - LISA I.
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