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    Xact Restorations LLC
    I never tell anyone who to hire. That is always the choice of the individual. I just share my experience. I was looking to hire Mr. Ruth to help me after a flood destroyed a good part of my home. After hearing far too many discrepancies in Mr. Ruth's rough quotes, and his constant push to up sell me, I decided not to hire him. Knowing that I had no knowledge of the remodeling/insurance process, Mr. Ruth coerced me into allowing him to buy paint even before I received the insurance checks. But I did know enough not to give him a paint deposit. When I said that I would just buy the paint myself after a contract is agreed upon, he pushed me to have him buy it early. He said it would save me money because I would get the sales event pricing for that month plus his contractor's discount. After I told him I was going to use someone else, I offered to buy the paint back from him in good faith. He sent me an invoice for almost double what he would have paid for the paint. (I actually had to contact the paint store to get the information because Mr. Ruth refused to let me see the original invoices. ) He didn't include the sales event pricing or his discount he first offered me, and it seemed to include labor that was not performed. Due to Mr. Ruth getting his attorney involved right away, I was forced to seek legal counsel. Per an attorney's suggestion, I sent Mr. Ruth an offer and acceptance letter with a check for an amount closer to the actual sales pricing of the paint. In good faith, I waived his discount, and even added some labor. In that letter, again per the attorney's suggestion, I made sure that it CLEARLY stated that if he accepted the check that he would be releasing me from all civil claims and disputes. This would have been an easy and quick way to settle the whole dispute. Mr. Ruth deposited my check almost immediately. After that I received notification that Mr. Ruth had placed a lien on my home for remodeling work that he claims that he had done, and for materials that he used to remodel my home. No remodeling work has ever been done to my home by Mr. Ruth. My home is still in the same state that it was over a year ago. The only material provided was the paint that I had paid for before the lien was placed. When I reached out to his attorney to remind him of the agreement made when his client deposited my check, I then received an email that included a version of the offer and acceptance letter legal document that had been altered to favor Mr. Ruth. The section that mentioned releasing me from civil claims and disputes, which was the main purpose of the letter, had been removed. That letter also served as a paint guarantee, which is now null and void due to the alteration of the letter. So Mr. Ruth took my money in bad faith, placed a false lien on my home, and he still has the paint. He also refused to add things to a contract such as a start and finish date. After I did more research I realized that consumer watchdog groups strongly suggest that you should get a start and finish date on a contract, and also a plan on the contract if that finish date should not be met. Mr. Ruth refused to add anything stating that contractors don't give finish dates. I have been dealing with this issue going on 9 months now. I provided a lot of proof to Mr. Ruth's attorney showing how the letter had been altered, including proof of it written on and printed from a friend's computer, an affidavit from that friend stating that they saw me type it and that they proofread it, and an affidavit from the attorney that suggested the offer and acceptance letter. Mr. Ruth's attorney responded saying that Mr. Ruth refuses to remove the lien...unless I agree to "fully and completely waive and release any and all claims against Mr. Ruth and/or his company and keep everything regarding this dispute and agreement confidential". So if I agree to let him have my money, and then also keep quiet about all that he's done, they will remove a lien that was placed against my home using false information. I just think people need to be very aware of how this company, and its owner, does business.
    - Amy A.
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    Intown Craftsmen
    Up front we were told the repairs could take 2-3 days and it ended up taking about 2 1/2 days. They started the day they promised, too. The roofing was done the first day ��and everything was well cleaned up afterwards. While there's always going to be some missed��nails and old shingles we've found very few. They even cleaned out the flower pots on the patio! The interior work was done over three days. Joe & Phil were very thorough, considerate and remarkably quiet - I was able to work quite easily while they were here. They also closed off the work areas with plastic to minimize dust and took care of our hardwood floors. They did great work - you can't even tell where the problem areas were.
    They also volunteered to fix the bracket and reinstall it so we could fly our American flag again.

    - Janet W.
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    Innovative Woodworks
    I contacted 3 contractors, all A rated by Angie's List.  Jason was the only contractor who came out and actually examined the job.  The other 2 did phone estimates (given demensions and materials desired) wer much higher one at 13,500,the other at 10,000.
    I signed the contract in May, Jason said it would be in August.  Due to rain and vacations, the job was performed in late August.
    Dominique and his crew of 2 arrived on the appointed day, unloaded and went to work.  The team is professional, pleasant and fast.  They had the old  rotten deck totally down in 3 hours.  They started the joists and stringers that afternoon.  The concrete for support was poured last thing as to cure overnight.
    As I had Breda Pest Control scheduled to treat the house along the deck side, they stopped late that night.  Breda arrived on time, did the treatment the next day and 2 crew folks started to work promptly. They built some really nice benches, sized to match the height of our deck chairs.  They used screws to anchor the decking which is better than the previous contractor.  They cleaned as they went, made sure I was pleased with the work.  
    My husband and I are very pleased with the new deck.  The benches are comfortable and it looks so nice, even though not stained yet.  We certainly would recommend this company to our neighbors.
    - Lissa J.
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    Image Renovations of Atlanta
    Our simple "replace the bathroom floor" project on our 1948 bungalow morphed into an entire home renovation, including raising the ridge and 2 storey 10 x 16 stairwell/kitchen addition. Jean-Claude consulted with us from the architectural planning phase through arranging for the various subs (framing, insulation, sheetrock, and roofing), and on to his crew's completion of the house. I especially appreciated how he was able to think creatively, and help us arrive at interesting solutions to potentialy expensive stumbling blocks. While his freely expressed opinions may annoy some people, or architects, I appreciated them, figuring he was the construction expert. He clearly thought some of my ideas were a bit odd, but worked with me to evolve them into something pleasing and buildable. When we changed an item from the original plan, there were no "change fees;" Jean-Claude doesn't mind designing and building as the situation needs (like adding a closet where the architect missed there would be ample space). He always kept cost in mind, and was invaluable in providing advice giving us the best build and finishes for our modest budget. His crews, and subs, were all very nice, clean, respectful men; no foul language, no hanging around doing nothing, and the site was left swept and picked-up every day.The project took several months longer than anticipated, of course, but was well worth the wait.  It's more than even the architect imagined.  It's now an extremely structurally sound home, interestingly designed, with space well-used, and more storage stuck here and there than we thought possible.  Even small details like plumbing and attic vents were placed unobtrusively, and painted to disappear.
    - Kerry L Q.
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    Innovative Woodworks
    I called Innovative Woodworks based on the reviews on Angie's List. Initially, I met with Jasper to talk about our installation. He was very friendly and professional. We wanted to install a screened porch on a small deck upstairs, but have it match an existing screened porch downstairs. The railings were a bit different than a standard porch, and we wanted a gap at the bottom of the rails so we could sweep out the porch after pollen season. However, we also wanted to fill the gaps with a removable piece to keep the bugs out the rest of the time. We also wanted the railings to be built as panels, so we could remove them easily to change out the screen (that was sandwiched in between the double railings) or to repaint easily. So we had a very specific idea of what we wanted and even drew diagrams for them to use as a guide. I received a prompt proposal by email after our meeting.

    Dominic and his crew did a beautiful job building exactly what we wanted. Workers were here in the morning and worked until the sun went down. It took them several days to finish, but they always cleaned up the work area at the end of each day. They cleaned up their area completely when the job was finished. Jasper was timely in responding to any emails, and even applied a $100 coupon to the invoice after the job was quoted. The office was also prompt and courteous in returning calls, and they put me in touch with Dominic immediately when I had a question. They would be the only company on my list if I needed similar work again in the future.


    - Tresha G.
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    THE YARD ARTIST

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    - Randall E.
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