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    Maks Maintenance and General Construction Inc.
    Perfect! Their attention to detail, professionalism, hard work, and excellent communication is exceedingly rare these days. Nothing went wrong, there were no surprises, and this was a HUGE project. Every day they were on the job from early morning until at least 6:30pm. I am detailing the work below. This company has expertise in all areas and I was 100 % satisfied with everything they did. I even had the opportunity to add on additional work as the project progressed. 1. Demoed all floors, doors, carpet on stairs, trim on windows, drywall, one wall, bar, ceiling, bathroom in basement 2. Relocated wall for bigger bedroom, contractor provided all materials 3. Lowered entire ceiling (installed 2 by 2 over existing joists), contractor provided all materials 4. Electric Inspected electric outlets in basement Installed 10 can lights in main room with 3-way switch and dimmer Installed 4 LED can lights in smaller bedroom with dimmer switch Installed 2 CAN lights in hallway with 3-way switch Installed 4 LED can lights in bigger bedroom with dimmer switch Installed 6 LED can lights in laundry room with new switch Installed new can light in shower with new switch. Installed new standard exhaust fan with new switch in bathroom Installed 1 new GFCI outlet in bathroom and 2 in laundry room over new countertop. Replaced all outlets in entire basement installed new light fixture over sink Installed 2 new light fixtures in 2 closets. Contractor will provided all materials except light fixture over sink which we bought 5. Relocated plumbing for laundry sink, installed new sink and faucet. new sink and faucet was paid for by us 6. Installed R19 insulation on all exterior walls. Contractor provided materials 7. Installed 1/2 inch drywall on walls and ceilings throughout basement and closet under stairs up to primer, contractor provided all materials 8. Bathroom: Installed new durock (cement boards on shower walls). Contractor provided materials Installed new shower base and faucet. We paid for the shower base and faucet Installed new tiles (standard design) on shower walls and floors with new grout. We paid for these materials. Installed new shower door. We paid for the shower door Installed new vanity with sink and faucet, new mirror, toilet and bathroom fixtures. We paid for these 9. Installed 6 new hollow core doors (6 panel) with new 2.25 inch trim primed Installed new standard doorknobs. Contractor provided all of these materials 10. Installed new frame and new trim around 6 windows, contractor provided these materials 11. Installed new floating floor (standard design). We provided the flooring 12. Installed new 3.25 inch primed baseboards with shoe base. Contractor provided these materials 13. Cleaned and prep laundry room floor and installed floating floor over it 14. Installed 5 new oak stairs with risers in basement Installed 8 new oak stairs in kitchen Stained and applied 2 coats of clear coat and one with color 15. Painted the ceilings, walls, doors, baseboards and windows with 2 coats of paint our choice of color based on contractor color pallet 16. Installed 8 feet of wall cabinets with laminate countertop on legs from contractor samples. Contractor provided these. Initial cost: $41,854 Most of these are our own add-ons as the project progressed. A few of these were due to the house being non-compliant with Village code. 17. Installed 3 electric boxes with new circuit breaker for smoke detectors (required by Illinois or local law) 18. Replaced 36 inch garage door with 6 panel. 19. Installed new closet to surround water meter 20. Dumpster rental (There was more stuff to throw out by the time we pitched a bunch of old furnature) 21. Extra wall for laundry room to surround the water meter and enclose it 22. Extra for 4 bi-fold doors for laundry room to surround the water meter and enclose it 23. Installed 220v outlet in laundry room because we would like to have an electric stove down there someday 24. We decided that we instead wanted a full size bathtub in the bathroom instead of just a shower. remodeled news drain for tub and new drain 25. We wanted a shelf embedded into the bathroom wall to hold items 26. Extra trim for the exhaust fan, extra trim for the tiles 27. New laundry vent for dryer (was not in compliance, existing vent had wrong materials and vented the wrong way) 28. Replaced electric plates (out of compliance) 29. Relocated door opening for laundry and installed new utility closet with louver bi-fold doors 30. new toilet flange, grout, new electric lights with pull chain in the two new enclosures (furnace and sump pump) in laundry room 31. Three additional electric outlets and new switch 32. As part of being able to have an electric stove in the laundry room, relocated and rewired multiple electric boxes 33. Installed new railings 34. Installed new sides for 2 staircases 35. Remodeled gas line for dryer (non-compliant) 36. Installed drywall in sump pump enclosure with one coat of taping 37. Upgraded door to garage 38. Over the 4 ton weight limit for dumpster Total add ons: $10,210.84 Total cost: $52,064.84
    - Lynette H.
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    Home Force Builders Inc
    Mike and Tony were awesome. They were always on time and the work was wrapped up exactly when they said it would be. They were clean and courteous about making sure my light carpet on the first floor was kept clean on entering and leaving. Mike communicated everything they were doing and listened to what I wanted. I had an old paint color on my walls that had changed in color a little bit because of VOCs (?) and Mike made sure to match it perfectly to the rest of the walls. I came home after work on the day they were finished to a beautiful basement! Very nice people!!!
    - Pamela F.
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    WM Wolff Construction
    The workers were wonderful.  They were prompt, efficient, tidy, and very courteous.  They moved the furniture, taking care not to damage anything, and moved everything back into place when they were finished. 
    My job was no small feat.  On the first day I was greeted with a small army of workers.  I couldn't get over how quickly they were able to install the floating floor in my bedroom (13' x 15').  There were two guys installing and two guys making the cuts, while the fifth guy was cleaning up and providing the materials.  The teamwork was outstanding.  By the end of the first day 3/4 of the work was completed.  By early the last day, the flooring was completed (including a very challenging landing), trim was installed,  furniture was moved into place, and the floors were swept and vacuumed.
    I wouldn't hesitate to hire Wolff Construction again or refer them to family and friends.
    Thank you Bill and your wonderful team of carpenters.
    - Michelle J.
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    Johnco Builders Inc
    As I have stated above both project were finished on time. The employees were very polite and maintained their work area in order during construction. In addition they would clean it up at the end of each workday. We did not experience any problems or delays during the two projects. The quality of work was superb, as I have mentioned above. Finally, I will definitely use Johnco Builder for any future projects.
    - Adam W.
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    CCCM Inc
    A grade of ?A? is just too low for this company! Terry went well above and beyond what I would expect anyone to do. It was just like having family working for you, people that genuinely care. The issues first started when I discovered that a large portion of the carpeting in my rental property was soaked. The property had been vacant for sometime and a leak had developed in the ceiling above my furnace. I turned off the water to the entire house, turned off the breaker to the furnace, and started contacting various plumbers on Angies List. My situation was urgent in that I had a tenant moving in less than 3 weeks and now had a potential mold problem (due to flooded carpet), a furnace that would not start after I turned the breaker back on, and a leak in my ceiling. To make matters worse, I had been at a new job only 2 days (after being out of work for some time) and did not want to take off work! All the plumbers I called said they would charge overtime for evening work. (That?s if they even answered the phone). But Terry from CCCM had a different approach. He first came out on a Saturday when I was off work to find out what was going on. He then determined that this was going to involve more than just an hour that morning to fix and did not charge me. I gave him a key to the house so I did not have to be there. That Monday they set to work on isolating the source of the leak. As it turned out, the bathtub was leaking a bit, but the larger source of the flood was the stupid ice maker line. I told him I wanted it disabled permanently and he fixed the lines so that it could not be reattached. Terry was in contact me throughout the day via cell phone as his employees worked on the home. He advised me that I could prevent problems down the road by installing shutoff valves for both the toilet and sink in the upstairs bathroom which is standard practice. Piping under the bathroom sink was original, over 50 years old and in bad shape so they replaced that. Later, his employees advised that the faucet in the kitchen sink was leaking which I completely forgot about! With my flood, the leaky kitchen faucet had completely escaped my mind. CCCM employees discovered rusty piping under the kitchen sink and replaced that as well. Then there was the dishwasher. Oh my, I had turned it on the week prior and noted that it sounded like a jet engine. But I had never checked if it was actually working (duh) and they determined that it was not. The water lines were all kinked up and no water was even coming to it. Wiring to the dishwasher was exposed and they found and fixed that as well. Someone could have gotten a shock if they stuck their hands back there. During the course of the work it became necessary to cut thru drywall and Terry advised me that insurance claims could cover such work (not the actual plumbing work) but work resulting from damage that failed plumbing caused. This even
    - Lynette H.
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    CCCM Inc
    I can't say enough good things about Terry D. and his company CCCM. He was honest, totally reliable and treated us like family. He found ways to save us money without taking shortcuts on quality. He gave us expert advice on areas of concern we had not considered and was more than fair with the bill. The cost was extremely close to original estimate. There was only minor overage for materials for some extra work we had done that was not considered in estimate. He didn't even charge us for labor for several things not considered in original estimate. His contractors worked very hard and were also professional, courteous, and timely. I really appreciated the fact that he called and came when promised. He also and kept us informed every step of the way. It was such a pleasure working with Terry and his sons, that I would definitely use them again and recommend them to anyone considering remodeling or repair work.
    - Helen H.
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    Sound Construction Inc
    Scheduling seems to be an issue with this provider. I arranged my entire day around him doing the work and he called to cancel.
    - Carla M.
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