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    Total Quality Construction Services LLC
    I had an old shower/tub taken out and a new tiled walk in shower installed in my master bathroom. I am so pleased at how beautiful it turned out. This company is very professional and did an excellent job. The workmen were friendly and very neat with their preparation and cleanup. The company owner was easy to work with and made sure I was pleased as the work progressed. They did the complete job in just 5 days and stayed within my budget. I would rehire them in a heartbeat.
    - Jarrell A.
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    Alliance Home Inc.
    What a great experience! Excellent workmanship! Jason and his crew are very professional. We needed guidance and could trust him to the utmost. When they finished...we missed them! Will definitely us him again.
    - lynn s.
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    TDE Inc Construction & Painting
    It went extremely well. Tom Edge, the owner was great to work with. He wanted us to be happy, and was prompt on returning any calls or texts. His construction supervisor over the project, Joel, was also great. He was a perfectionist in getting things done right, and explaining to us why or why not certain things could be done. We were more than pleased with their work!
    - Tina L.
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    Meehan Electrical Services
    Jeff's guys did a great job. Got it done quick because we needed to move in, but it was done efficient just how we needed. Jeff's estimate was fair and the price did not change. No surprises. Great work.
    - John M.
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    Deans Construction-Roofing & Remodeling
    Exceeded our expectations! All employees were professional and caring, meticulous and personable. Our project manager, Rob, was so knowledgeable and easy to work with--he was infinitely patient with the changes we made and responsed to our calls and emails within minutes! From design to execution, Dean's is an exceptional company.
    - DEBRA D.
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    TDE Inc Construction & Painting
    There was only one hitch, and it was not the fault of TDE, but the kitchen floor manufacturer/installer ( not a sub-contractor) - I might not have even noticed it, but not only did TDE catch it, but they insisted the floor be replaced at no cost to me. Joel Rinckey's attention to detail is amazing. Every one on the crews worked really hard. The job was competed by the time promised.

    - Jane F.
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    Hogan Builders Inc.
    This was an increasingly frustrating experience. After ignoring my instincts that perhaps his company was either too busy or too disorganized to handle the project well we ended up going ahead. My husband worked in the trades with him about 10 years ago and thought he seemed like a stand up guy. If I had just asked for some word of mouth reviews from people in Athens we would have heard enough to deter us, but we didn't do it because of time constraints. 
    He and his project manager were constantly vague or delayed providing information. Many important processes were skipped, including pulling a permit to repair a wall which required structural, electrical, and plumbing oversight. It was agreed that the back wall needed to be repaired before starting the porch, but then his crew went ahead and started the porch before even putting windows back in. This was when it was starting to get cold, mind you. 
    When they added not the back porch they pulled back about 8" of the roof line all the way across the back porch about 16'. After the porch roof was built it was left exposed with no tar paper for at least a month during which time we noticed water pouring in at the porch ends and through the wall onto our brand new door. When I finally reported this it took them about 20 days to get the roof covered with tar paper. I thought the issue was fixed at this point. 
    While there were many small details of the project that went wrong, either through their inability to effectively communicate with their crew or our needs being ignored, the biggest issue we encountered is the lack of professionalism and bullying that transgressed because of the water leakage issue. The week before they "finished up" we started to demo inside for a bathroom renovation we planned on doing. The inside of the wall, right under post for the new porch, was sopping. The brand new lumber and insulation we had them put in was soaking wet and a great deal of mold was growing. The owner said he would come and view the problem at the start of the next week. After we did not hear from him or his project manager, who had come to look and said they would remove the affected drywall and insulation, by Tuesday of that week, and after repeated instances where they didn't do what they said. We removed it ourselves and started drying it out. Unfortunately, the span of the the porch wall where moisture was getting included our kitchen and only working bathroom. Even though we have only asked that he deduct the labor for taking out the drywall and replacing the insulation ourselves, he has refused to take any responsibility for the leaking, saying that because we had a hole in our house that there is no way he caused further damage. He has even blatantly lied about why he did not come look at the problem. Prior to his work we did not have a closed wall system that was taking on water and while parts of our rafter system were and are currently exposed, our roof was not leaking into our home. Even after we took out the wall and were trying to dry it out, moisture was still coming into our home under the west side of the porch. The project manager said they would flash and repair that section, but it was not done.
    In addition, when opening up that wall we noticed places where the wall framing was not attached to the sill and even scarier, places where there were no supports added to hold up the subfloor and floor which had previously been attached to the sill or damaged. Places where several feet of flooring where just hanging off the nearest floor joist.
    Needless to say it has gotten ugly. His information is so disorganized that his final bid did not include the most recent change order and was about $1200 higher than it should have been. His communications about money have been bullying and he either does not respond reasonably to any critique or he ignores information. We have been working to reach a compromise to find a fair amount to pay him, deducting the work we have had to do to fix dangerous, damaging, or incomplete work, but he refuses to negotiate the amount he is demanding and is threatening and lien on our home and court. So, we have had a pretty bad experience. 
    - Timera T.
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    Hodge Design & Remodeling Inc
    We are going to add on a bathroom and closet to our house. We called to get an estimate. He came sometime last fall, I think it was October. He was very formal and seemed professional, went through the whole process of how their company works and all that.  He told us he would get back to us a few weeks later with an initial estimate. Never heard from him again. Obviously a failing grade. I don't know if the company would do a good job, but if they can't even keep their promise of returning an estimate, I'm not further interested in dealing with them.
    - Andreas H.
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    Hogan Builders Inc.
    We contacted them in Fall 2015 to get an estimate for a bathroom and closet addition to our house. After a few back and forth emails/calls, we scheduled a date and someone came. Nice guy, seemed professional, talked us through their process, we told him what we wanted, etc. He took measurements and told us he would send us an estimate a few weeks later. That was about 4 months ago. Never heard from them since. Obviously, that's a failing grade. Maybe they do a good job for the projects they actually do, but if they can't even keep their initial promise to return an estimate I'm not further interested in working with them. Too big a red flag right there.
    Strangely, we had that happen with 2 out of the 4 companies we contacted for an estimate (the other non-responder was Hodge Design). Not sure why that is. If they don't want to do the job, at least they could send a quick email or call to let us know that they can't/don't want the job. Obviously I can't recommend them.

    - Andreas H.
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    Deans Construction-Roofing & Remodeling
    Deans Construction has gone the extra mile to make sure that everything was to our satisfaction. Chris, as well as his staff, especially Jamie, is conscientious and friendly. Chris responds very quickly to texts or calls. I always felt very comfortable leaving the workers at the house while we were at work. The workers have been punctual, courteous, polite, and efficient in every job that I have requested. ( I actually think I will miss seeing some of them.) Any concerns that I may have had were dealt with expediently.
    I have already hired Deans Construction to do another job for me and would not hesitate to hire them again. The work was speedily done and beautifully executed. I have recommended Deans Construction to my daughter and son-in-law to do the renovations on their new home.
    - Lee G.
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