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    Remedy Residential
    I would recommend Remedy Residential to anyone and everyone. We are absolutely thrilled with the remodel Eric did for us as well as with how great it was to work with him. His skill set is immense along with his knowledge about old homes and new. In our case, our house in North Boise was built lathe and plaster in the 1930s. He knew exactly how to handle it and everything that comes along with working on it. He maintains good communication, has great recommendations and in general is an all around great guy. We appreciate all the work he did, all the sub contractors that he managed and for how well he kept everyone accountable. I will undoubtedly reach out to him again for our next project.
    - tim n.
  • A
    Expeditor LLC Construction Services
    We loved working with Jim and Expeditor. This project was for a Church, and we had a limited budget but lots of enthusiastic volunteers. Jim worked very closely with us to coordinate what our volunteers could do so we could reduce our costs. Jim was VERY patient with us. The work he did was very good, both in quality of work and choice of materials such as cabinets and fixtures. We appreciate Jim's flexibility and would definitely use Expeditor again.
    - Leslie P.
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    Scotty's Potty's Plumbing
    After 3 service people couldn't seem to finish a simple 2 day bathroom makeover, I came to Angie's list hoping to find someone who could. I immediately saw Scotty's deal..2 hours for $170 and figured everything should be around 3+ hours. I had already purchased all my new parts and some of the work had been done by the others. I contacted Scotty and he was responsive... explained everything... sent pictures, model numbers, where purchased, etc. of everything that needed to be done. He showed up with a helper and looked over everything. Because of an error by the company that I purchased the new fixtures from, I was missing the tub spout, but received a whole new set of fixtures the next day or two. It was not necessary to have it that day as Scotty was doing the behind the drywall installation. He asked me if it was a screw on or slip on..I could find no information on in the paperwork and I called the company and they're system was offline, but would return my call asap. In the meantime, Scotty was out in his truck, and produced a chrome Moen spout... and said if he used his, he could do it. I did not want that spout, as the one I ordered was quite different and modern looking..part of the reason I purchased it. I finally got through to the company and they said it was a screw on. Half the day was already wasted on a part that had nothing to do with the installation of the pex pipe. He said he would rather wait till the part came, I had already told him on our initial contact that I didn't have the spout.. again..it wasn't necessary to have to do what I had hired him to do. He started to leave.. after already wasting my time hem-hawing around with a part that I would be installing myself anyway. I asked him if he could put the vanity in and the faucet. I begged him to do it really as the person in the home had already been placed in limbo by the previous 3 service people. Since she (homeowner) had a broken back, I was handling everything. He seemed reluctant to do the work... perhaps because it was a high-end vanity with a vessel sink and new faucet. I figured that he had already wasted my time and the vanity was part of the job anyway.. and he was there. I think the job was harder than he thought, but it wasn't anything difficult. He finally got it in the bathroom, but needed something or other to complete it...so...in the meantime, I received my new order containing the spout..so I had 2 complete sets of new valves, fixtures, etc... and one spout. He seemed confounded about the valve and went back and forth between the 2 sets of my fixtures. I was to return one back to the company from whom I had purchased it, as to not get charged for 2 sets. We had an appointment, he totally blew it off, and then showed up unannounced early the following day. I don't live at the address and my friend had to try to figure out what he was doing until I was notified. I showed up shortly thereafter... I'm only a short distance away.. Scotty informed me there was some problem with the valve leaking or something. When I arrived, he and a different helper were outside with a makeshift "test" for me to see that the valve leaked. He had already put 4 pieces of pex pipe into the valve and had the outside hose on to perform the test. I watched as he turned the diverter... one for hot, cold, shower, tub, and a handheld device. The diverter worked correctly as I could see the water switch from pipe to pipe. He cut the end caps off the pipe as he turned the diverter..so the water would shoot out. He then asked me if I saw the leak...I really didn't see anything leaking..there was water on the valve... because he had just shot the hose through it... the pex pipe attached was just for the test...so if there had been any leaks, it should have been up to him to apply plumber's tape or glue or whatever to make the connection watertight from valve to pipe. I mentioned that, and he insisted that it was the valve. The valve itself can't leak..it's merely a solid square of brass with holes in it for the pex to attach to. I was more than a bit taken aback by all this..as he had seen the valve and several times already and hadn't mentioned any sign of a problem...in addition to the fact that he missed the prior appointment without a phone call ... and didn't answer.. and showed up on his own.. with a different helper. My friend and I were fairly disgusted by now...I began to get the feeling that I was being jerked around... he had already wasted so much time and still hadn't pulled out the old galvanized steel pipe... or do what I had hired him to do. He then informed me that we were at 5 hours...or more as far as billing...I got the impression that he was either trying to milk a simple job for more and more money...or he was unsure about how to proceed. I paid him $300 cash to get him to finish and for installing the vanity. The next time I heard from him, he was back at the house and I was on my way over... when he decided that I should meet him and his helper (former employee of Standard Plumbing and supply) at Standard Plumbing. I wasn't sure exactly why, but figured he might need a part or something... and probably expected me to pay for it instead of picking up whatever it was he needed and putting it on the final bill. I had to go bother my friend with her broken back because I thought she should be a part of whatever he was doing.. since it is her house. Not expecting to be doing this, it took me a bit to leave my job, pick up my friend, and get to Standard..all the while trying to figure out why he insisted on me meeting him there. I had more than enough shower valves, pipe, and had even gone to home Depot on my own time and purchased over $200 of connectors, couplings, supplies, etc. recommended by them. My phone must have rang 20 times while I was preparing to pick up my friend and head to the supply store. I texted him and told him I was on my way. Finally we get there, and Scotty and his helper were there with an employee. I noticed a box that contained a new valve on the counter...but was informed that all parts must be the same..the trim piece, handle, etc. In other words, he was steering me to choose a whole new set of fixtures so everything would match. I didn't understand why we couldn't use the LED waterfall shower head and the modern spout (which is why I ordered it in the first place) they simply screw on...all the threads are 1/2". Apparently at Standard Plumbing, you can't just purchase parts, so the helper took over and directed us to different whole systems to purchase. Expensive sets of fixtures. But we didn't really like the basic look of them, but settled on a Price Pfister set in brushed nickel. While the lady who actually worked there was trying to figure out if it was even in stock, we were all at the desk and I asked Scotty once again why we couldn't use our own fixtures... the ones I had TWO sets of... that I had already purchased. He couldn't answer me... and I didn't like the way his helper spoke for him. I didn't hire the helper, I hired Scotty. I felt as if there was a bit of a conflict of interest...as he was a former employee. In the meantime, the woman employee had determined that the whole new $500+ unit was NOT in stock (surprise) however, I could drive to Nampa to pick it up. By that time, my whole day had been wasted yet again.. Scotty could not answer any of my questions about why I couldn't use my valves (2), or why I couldn't use my own shower head and spout... since they all simply screw on once the diverter valve and pex is complete and the wonder board is installed (by me... Scotty informed me he doesn't do anything like that) By now it was approaching 4pm.. and I thought...why do I have to go pick this up?? I've already purchased everything else, overpaid (by $130) the $170 initial price for 2 hours... and didn't feel like I had gotten my money's worth. I shouldn't have to pay for the plumber not knowing what he is doing, especially since I had sent pics, model #'s, etc. from the initial contact. As I sat waiting for the lady to figure out everything... and write it down..I felt as I was being treated in a very condescending manner... and being bullied into buying a whole new set of fixtures that I simply did not need. I got up and said that I was leaving... I'd had enough for the day and I needed to try and figure out what was going on. I hate to say this, but I know it happens, a lot of guys think that because a customer is female, they can be taken advantage of. I knew there was no leak.... and I knew my valve worked. If not, I had another brand new one. Chances are one of them would work. I was also under pressure to get the 2nd unit returned to the company where I purchased it from so I wouldn't be paying for it. I didn't know what to do...but I was quite upset..I wanted to trust the plumber I hired, but I didn't think he was being honest with me. That was the end I saw or heard anything from Scotty. The homeowner tried to contact him and find out what the **** was going on, but he said he had already explained it...so I guess we were at an impasse. He wasn't going to do the job I hired him to do... unless I purchased a whole brand new set fixtures from Standard Plumbing. I didn't know if he was truly correct ...I had seen with my own eyes that my diverter valve worked... and the one drop of water he insisted was "leaking" was from the hose running water through the valve. Besides, the test pex wasn't going to be attached to the valve...new, taped up pieces would be used in the actual installation..glue if necessary.. that's the plumber's job. Both the homeowner and myself were extremely frustrated and felt as though we had been taken advantage of...by Scotty, his helper, and Standard Plumbing. Guess they must get some kind of kickback by steering customers there to purchase new and completely unnecessary parts that weren't even in stock... and make me go pick them up. His inconsiderate waste of my time, showing up unannounced, not showing up when he had made the appointment... and bringing not one, but two different guys over. Women don't like 500 different dirty, messy people in and out of their homes... for no reason.. especially when they have broken backs, and I had to interrupt my schedule because nobody could stick to theirs. Without a phone call...or answer.. nobody could seem to finish the simple job that had now stretched into 6-7 months. I don't like to be nasty..I don't like to have to wonder if I'm being played and lied to... and if the woman at standard had moved a little faster... and had the Pfister been in stock...I would probably have spent another $500+ on parts I hadn't wanted or chosen just to get some pipes and a valve in the wall. The homeowner was in too much pain to keep trying to get in and out of the tub... and would have appreciated someone to do what they said and install the **** pipes and valve. That's all Scotty had to do...but I guess he couldn't figure it out or we didn't spend enough money at standard. I apologise for the length of this, but that's exactly what happened. As I said, I never heard from Scotty again and he blew the homeowner off... and the IRS might want to make sure he declares that cash income that he got from me. I normally don't pay UNTIL THE WORK IS COMPLETE... unless there is a mutually agreed upon written contract stating otherwise... and there wasn't. So...$300 later... when the deal I signed up for was for $170 for 2 hours ... and if and/when he surpassed that deal, he should have spoken up.... he didn't.. he didn't do that much work... In a nutshell, on my initial first impression Scotty seemed clean(er) than the other 3 people who are being sued....but between missed appointments, showing up when not scheduled, and basically lying straight to my face... and STILL not getting the job done... I'm very unhappy with what transpired. I don't know exactly what he was hoping to get...extra money I assume..either by going as slow as possible and racking up my bill from the $170...or some kickback cahoots with Standard...I wouldn't ever hire him again. He was pleasant enough at first...I watched everything that he was doing..a lot of hand wringing about a tub spout and lying about the diverter valve...but became condescending, surly, and insubordinate... I'm not a plumber but I'm also not stupid...my grandfather owned a construction/contracting/ company... Oh...in closing...I had to hire and pay for yet another guy to come on in.... and guess what Scotty??? Everything works swimmingly...no leaks... except by the faucet on the vanity that he installed. My advice.. especially to the ladies, is whether you know anything about plumbing (or whatever) or not, you should be able to to expect the person you hire to be honest.. and competent. I'm extremely disappointed and out a whole lot of extra money ... and time...watch what these guys do...all of them... and have them explain everything to you so that you do understand what is going on... after all .. it's your money that they're trying to separate you from.
    - Sandy V.
  • A
    Rebath
    We spent 20,5 hours beforehand with the designer, Tianna, who took measurements, drew floor plans, helped us decide on colors and materials. I thought it was overkill, but her work laid the foundation for everything that followed. On the day work was supposed to begin, it did! On time and they finished the demo on Day 2. Each day they were at the house they told us what time they'd be back the next day and that day, what time they'd be leaving. After 3.5-4 weeks (depends on how you count) they were done and we had a new bathroom.
    - R S.
  • A
    Prime Plumbing, LLC
    Great. Tyler is very communicative and responsive. He was the best bid I received (and I got 7) as well as the most helpful. He communicated his timelime and worked quickly, and has been available within a short window when I've needed other things added. His work is great and I would recommend him to anyone (and have).
    - Pamela S.
  • A
    Metropolitan Brothers LLC
    Everything went great, showed up on time and worked quickly and efficiently. Payed attention to all the details! Made sure we were ok with what they done so far before continuing to the next project. We are very happy with the results.
    - Maria I.
  • A
    Brilliant Services LLC
    Where do I start. I'm going to keep it short. Just talk to Steve the superintendent. ANYTHING you need the guy will make it happen. And it will be done right the first time no hand holding. The guy runs a tight ship and takes customer service to the max. I had brilliant services install my shower while remote. Gave them a key, they executed and that's that. Steve even made a trip back to educate me on an issue I am having with an unrelated job. Good people, thanks Steve!!
    - Ryan F.
  • A
    T & R Construction
    Tim and crew did an amazing job. We weren't very organized about what we wanted and they were able to make excellent suggestions. We're extremely excited to have a nice new bathroom and we'll definitely go with them next time we need a remodel.
    - Matt S.
  • A
    JSC Handyman Services Inc
    It went great. The overall quality of the work was top notch & the craftsmen were courteous &professional. The shower area had some issues with the tile work & I called them out a couple times to review the situation with a quick fix, but after several months it was clear the underlying structure under the tile was causing the problem. Jonathon came back out warrantied the work and rebuilt the tile section over 3 days & we're super happy with the results. I would highly recommend JSC. We've used them extensively on several other projects around the house & have always been happy with the quality of their work. Sheetrock, baseboards, attic ladders, kitchen remodel, appliance installations, siding repair. You name it they've done it and they've been great to work with.
    - Reed H.
  • A
    Larson Builders LLC
    We found Mike on here and from the 1st conversation he was great to work with. He was easy to communicate with about our projects and what my vision was for our kitchen window. The window was not an easy/quick fix. Mike offered up a few options and then took the time to really talk it out with me so we could make the best choice. He did a great job on the window and it looks so good! He also wired and installed 2 ceiling fans for us and finished up baseboards in another area. Mike was great to work with, honest, and more than fair. He was on time and I felt comfortable leaving him in my home while I ran out here and there. We will definitely be calling him again for future projects.
    - Sam H.
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