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    Hawaii Skylights & Solar Fans
    It went well. All the work was done on time and on budget, by professionals. The person who gave the F grade refused to pay or she would write bad reviews everywhere. That is libelous, so I'm letting this forum know that review should be removed as the legal process moves forward with a defamation action, lest they risk being enjoined.
    - Ken S.
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    Hawaii Skylights & Solar Fans
    BAIT AND SWITCH, The owner assured me that the skylight would be removed by specialists and he would manage the job. Instead, right before the job he tells me that he’s sending roofers that he had sub contracted. Then one day before he says he would not come to manage. When I told him that his estimate was for 4 specialist and only 2 non skylight guys show up he was defiant and unwilling to work out a revised estimate. In addition, when I told him I would write a review, he threatened to post my personal information online so that no contractors would work with me. STAY AWAY!
    - Tiana N.
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    Hawaii Skylights & Solar Fans
    It took a lot longer than anticipated to do the work due to the difficulty working in the cramped attic and some unusual conditions in the original bathroom vent installations, but I was not charged any extra. Oliver took the time to fix a threshold on my front door with materials brought from home, just as a courtesy.
    - JOHN S.
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    David's Custom Roofing & Painting, Inc.
    Everything was done according to our contract. The workers were hard workers, very pleasant and kept us informed on the progress as they went along. They cleaned up everything at the end of each day, there was nothing left on the grounds. I would not hesitate to use them again.
    - Betty L.
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    On Top Roofing LLC
    The contractor and crew showed up at the arranged time and quickly began tearing off the old roof. The proper number of workers were on hand to work on both the house and carport roofs. Carpenters worked in conjunction with roofers to Rand R the damaged plywood and rafters and fascia. Work was done on time and very professionally. Additional damaged fascia was discovered and we were charged just for the additional materials and nominal labor. Cleanup was done very quickly and completely. None of the plants around the perimeter of the house were damaged. My wife and I were so impressed with the carpenters, that we are going to hire them to do additional carpentry work on our home.
    - David Z.
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    Armani Professional Services
    Great. It took much longer than expected due to problems with the original construction, but Oliver took the time and didn't charge me any extra. He also brought materials from home and fixed a threshold problem I had, just as a courtesy. He was scrupulously punctual and great to work with.
    - JOHN S.
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    Htw tech Services
    Warren entered a contract to replace glass for a sunroom.  He required full payment for the materials  plus half of labor cost. He ordered the glass but never ordered additional materials needed to complete the installation.   He has never answered or returned a phone call since I gave him the money a year and a half ago. He has, however responded to emails saying that he has had trouble getting all he materials and that work would begin soon. Finally I called the supplier and found out he only put a deposit of half the purchase price of the glass although I had given him the full payment plus shipping and half his labor cost. After discovering this, I asked Warren to refund the remainder of the money to me, about $5300.00 so that I can complete the purchase of the glass and find another contractor. This was about a month ago.  Although I have received emails that my refund is coming soon, I have not gotten a check.  Furthermore, Warren represented himself as a licensed contractor which he is not.
    - katrena k.
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    Hawaii Skylights & Solar Fans
    I ordered three Wasco Skylights from Hawaii Skylights and Solar Fans (AKA Cool Home Hawaii).  I was quoted a price of 3,200.  I found the prices on the estimate for the skylights were higher than everything I found online so I negotiated with the Owner Ken Sheeks for a price of 2,800.  The skylights were installed by one of Ken's installers.  The guy brought a young kid with him that didn't know what he was doing.  The installer actually told me he usually worked alone but was training this kid.  The kid broke on of the tiles in my roof because he didn't know how to walk on them correctly. They could barely carry the skylights up the roof and they put them down on the monier tile roof with no padding under them.  This roof is basically cement so it put some decent scratches in my skylight.  In addition the installer broke the crank mechanism while installing but didn't tell me.  After the installer left I noticed the crank mechanism wobbled when i tried to crank the skylight open.  So I contacted Ken and he came out to have a look.  He climbed a ladder to look at the crank and was complaining that he hates climbing ladders.   Seriously ?  He is in the wrong business if he hates ladders.  He screwed the crank into the wall to prevent if from being lose but made no effort to repair the fact that it was no longer attached to the skylight.  I complained that I wanted it fixed correctly and not just hacked into place.  Ken refused to do anything further saying, "What do you want me to do ?  It isn't lose now!"  I was getting angry so i decided to just pay him and get him out of my house.  He was rude and unwilling to correctly investigate the issue but removing the skylight and looking more closely at the crank. In addition Ken charged my 3,100 after installing saying that the shipping cost more than expected.  Why did I bother negotiating from 3,200 to 2,800.  I had missed that Ken had written "Estimate" next to the shipping.  Make sure you nail down the shipping charge if you do business with this company. A few weeks later during a heavy rain I discovered that the unit was leaking.  I refused to work with Ken any further so I decided to contact Wasco directly.  Since Ken is the only authorized Wasco dealer I thought it was their responsibility to help me deal with his poor attitude.  They agreed with me and were willing to help me correct the issue myself.  Wasco did a great job of identifying that Ken's installer had failed to drill two weep holes that were supposed to be drilled in the field.  I was provided instructions on how to drill these holes.  I also discovered while on the roof working on these holes that the crank was pulled out of it's mount holes and therefor the seal was torn adding to the leaking issues.  Wasco sent me new gaskets that were torn and I was able to repair the skylight myself.   I now feel like I am better able to install Wasco Skylights than this company is because I took the care to contact Wasco and determine the issue.  Ken should have done this when I first reported the problem with the crank. I will NEVER do business with this company again, I recommend you stay away.  Buy your Wasco skylights from someone else even if you have to have them shipped and hire an independent contractor to do it right.
    - Ronald G.
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