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    As experienced homeowners with remodels and custom new-home construction in our past,  we made the decision to buy a dated 23-year old home knowing a lot of work was ahead for us.  We've had plenty of DIY experience, so we separated out the work we would do ourselves from that we wanted done by a contractor.  The master bathroom was definitely in the latter category.
    The bathroom was large, but oddly laid out.  The floors were carpeted, the vanities were back-to-back, and there was no toilet privacy. All that, plus pink countertops, shower, tub and toilet fixtures dictated a total demolition.
    We shopped model homes for ideas, talked with kitchen and bath consultants in the big box stores, and visited several bath and kitchen specialty contractors before inviting anyone in for a bid.  DreamMaker Bath and Kitchen was the only contractor invited and that was based on the tenor of several in-office visits.  Owner Ernest Gilbert was both cautious and forthright in his approach, wanting to make certain we knew what we wanted, had realistic budget and time-table expectations and that there was a chemistry that could lead to a successful completed project.
    Then, after making an on-site visit and taking measurements, the owner invited us back to his offices to discuss the scope of the job, review options in layouts -- all done with a computerized CAD program that allowed multiple mock-up views of our bathroom -- and 
    sort through multiple possibilities for cabinets, granite, and tile.  After a couple of weeks of back-and-forth discussions fine-tuning the room layout, Ernest brought in a designer to work with us in the final selection of materials, colors and hardware.  We've used designers before and there's no better way of ensuring the right "look." 
    The project was estimated at six weeks and took longer, by a couple of weeks.  Still, there were workers on the job virtually every day.  It was not a simple, nor an easy job.  The space was gutted, floors jackhammered so plumbing could be reconfigured, and new walls and doors added.  Adam, the lead carpenter on the job, is a gem.  Not only is he skilled, but a perfectionist for getting the details right.  He protected adjacent rooms with plastic barrier walls and plastic or paper sheeting on the floors, made certain the work space was cleaned daily and refuse hauled away.  Remodeling is messy -- no getting around it -- but he made the mess tolerable.
    There were a couple of hiccups along the way.  The glass half-wall for the shower enclosure was slow in arriving, then had to be returned because it was cut wrong.  The wood finishing trim for a wall of cabinets was a shade off.  The sheetrock texturing in the commode area was poorly done the first time.  But everything was corrected to perfection.  If anything, Ernest and Adam were far pickier that we were.  
    For anyone who has experienced working with a contractor before, there is always the concern that payment will be requested before work is done or that subcontractors may be unpaid resulting in liens on the home.  DreamMaker covered all contingencies with their contract, requested payment only at times specified in the contract and provided signed release-of-lein forms. 
    While we are delighted with the final result of our remodel, we would caution homeowners to make certain everything they want done is spelled out in the project Scope document.  We assumed towel and toilet paper bars were included, whereas there apparently had never been a selection specified in the Scope.  While it was not a big deal; it was easy enough for us to buy and install these last minute items, it was an unwelcome surprise.  
    The other issue is getting the punch list resolved.  This is the final touch-up list that results from living in the finished space and 
    noticing little discrepancies:  ie, a drawer that doesn't close as smoothly as it should, second-coat paint missing from louvers, a loose faucet, etc.  None of these make the space unusable, just nuisance issues that take time to correct when we wish the job would just be completed.
    in fairness, these nuisance issues have been present in all of our previous contractor dealings.  And, with DreamMaker they are certainly not a deal breaker, as we are now talking with them about taking on our kitchen.
    - George S.
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