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  • A
    Envy Home Services, Inc.
    It was easy to make contact with the company, they came soon and on time to make the free estimate. Adam, Bill and the crew were friendly and professional. We just have kind of a contingence at the beginning of the project with the starting date, because of company's job backlog, but it wasn't a big problem for us. They clean everything. They made all the paperwork and village permits, we just took care of our HOA. The communication with the company is really good, they answer right away. Our sunroom looks beautiful, we can't wait to enjoy it starting this coming Spring!!!
    - cesar r.
  • A
    M DENNISON CONSTRUCTION

    They came out and inspected everything and noted the problems and then came back to do the job. They were very clean, prompt, had all equipment and finished in a half day. I was very pleased with their services. I would recommend them to others and would use them again. 

    - Patricia S.
  • A
    Bodnar & Associates
    The work rendered by the provider was excellent.  Our home is fifty-six years old, and in all that time, has never needed any work done on the plumbing until recently, when we discovered that the showers were losing pressure due to sediment build up in the pipes leading from the water heater.  Prior to phoning Bodnar and Associates, we had contacted another outfit, whose representative was content to merely examine the work which he believed needed to be done, and afterwards, try and sell us on  their membership and collect his service fee.  After this experience, we contacted Bodnar and Associates.  In the past, we had employed Mr. Bodnar for other home repair and remodeling services, though were unaware that plumbing was within the scope of what work he rendered.  We were very pleased when when one of his representatives came out, and spent one entire day replacing the old pipes with new copper ones.  Both showers work like new again.
    As for the overhang, we were required to remove one of the aluminum panels, as our utility company refused to permit any of their workers to climb up onto the roof to attach the power line to the connector.  For a time, it appeared as if the entire overhang might have to be taken down in order to perform this, and indeed, other contractors we had contacted were unwilling to do this for us without considerable cost.  It was then that we contacted Bodnar and Associates once again, and were told that this was a simple matter, and could be done without much effort at all.  The single section was removed, and once the line was attached, was put back up by Mr. Bodnar's workers, as if it had never been taken down in the first place.
    In short, the work rendered by Bodnar and Associates was done professionally, and in consideration of our budget.  We will continue to employ Mr. Bodnar for any additional home remodeling and repair work we might require in the future.
    - Dana F.
  • D
    Champion Windows and Home Exteriors of Chicago
    Timeline: In August 2009, we contracted with Champion to install a 13'x15', 4-season sunroom, including the concrete foundation, for $30,000.  We were told that it would be complete for Thanksgiving.  It was completed Mid-March 2010 due to all of the delays caused by Champion's multiple errors - a full 4 months late.

    Drawings and Permits and Foundation: The first project manager was a nightmare, drawings delayed, he didn't return our calls, didn't meet his own deadlines, clearly didn't have a good working relationship with the Village.  The Village made him re-submit the drawings three times.  For a professional construction company, we were surprised.  It was only the beginning of the nightmare.  Finally, we planned to be out of town during the pouring of the foundation.   The manager  called us in Mexico to ask us ~where to pour the foundation~.  No, I'm not kidding.  We asked him to please consult his drawings that were approved by the Village, and if there were further questions to ca ll us.  When we got home, guess what?   They didn't pour the foundation  where they were supposed to!  It was off by a full foot. 

    I was furious, my husband said it'll be fine, it's still going to be a great room, does it really matter?  So rather than have them jackhammer the foundation and re-do it, we decided to just keep going.  Huge mistake.
     
    Roof: Since the room was placed about 10-12 inches further toward the east side of the house, once the construction began, Champion  had to cut into our roof eaves to make the roof of the sunroom fit and still have the right pitch.  They did this on a day when my husband was not home, but when he saw it, he was furious.  They said "oh don't worry, we do it like this all the time."  Well, my husband's Dad was a general contractor, and my husband knew this was going to be a nightmare from then on out, and it was.  Now that we were so concerned about the eaves and flashing, my husband inspected their work every day.  He made them re-do the flashing around the "cut-out" a few times.  We are keeping an eye on the corner eaves of our home , because we don't know that the rotting won't begin any day now from water damage in our existing home, from the installation of the new sunroom.

    Sliding: door and Windows: There is a sliding door between the room and the house, where they had to tear down the bricks and remove an existing bay window. They had to add more brick to the top (which is standard procedure) to that the doorframe would be the correct size.   Well, they put a  5 inch high step-over for the sliding glass door, and covered it with a piece of siding.  My husband tore that off when he got home, and they had used wood shims all along the floor to prop up the the sliding glass door frame  to the right height so that the frame would fit the window.   They kept trying to tell us that it "would be fine."  After stepping over this frame for a couple of days, we just weren't ok  with signing off on a safety issue like this, where someone could take a serious fall.  It was like stepping over a curb.  We made them take it down, and correct it from the top, like it should have been.

    The one sliding window above the heating unit caused a significant warp in the frame of that window, and the window didn't slide open, it got jammed.  We didn't know this until later in the Spring when the weather was good enough to open the windows.  They tried to just shave and shim a solution.  Once again, we had to force the issue and make several calls to come out and fix the issue, not the symptom of the issue.  

    Yearly leaks: As it is. we now just expect that we'll have a leak at some point during the winter, and they will visit and re-flash.
    Although all of the workers and subcontractors they have sent out were very nice, and they keep trying to make this work, but the bottom line is, we have had leaks from flashing, leaks into our eaves, leaks into the skylights, and the flashing has to be re-done every winter because of leaking.  Thank God there's a lifetime warranty.

    The initial manager was finally fired partway through the initial construction, so we didn't have to deal with him anymore, but once a foundation is poured incorrectly, there's only so much "nice talk" that a new project manager can do - he's left sitting with a mess.  I'd love to say that the other problems were only because of the original foundation mistake, but they weren't.  Champion continued to try to make cosmetic, half-way fixes rather than doing the work correctly.  If my husband weren't so knowledgable about construction, we would be in way worse shape than we are.  

    Now that we've got a few years behind us, we're not angry anymore.  We just know that every year, without fail, there will be a leak, we will call Champion, and we have to be prepared to have my husband home so that he is satisfied with the work they are proposing for the latest fix.
    - Susan G.
  • A
    Envy Home Services, Inc.
    Everything considered the project went very well except for the time duration from start to finish because of the very stringent Village Codes and inspections. Envy Home had to make major revisions to the electrical work they had originally expected to do as well as change the foundation plan from using the existing concrete slab and sinking the footings to putting in 42 inch deep footings with a raised insulated deck. True to their commitment, they stayed with their original contract price and provided all the services required of them within budget.
    - Barabara T.
  • A
    WMT Construction Inc.
    Great! Tomek works fast, remembers everything he tells you and does small little repairs while doing the big work with great competency and efficiency. He is a pleasure to work with and returns to do your punch list and more. I might actually miss him when we are done.

    Jay and Joan Beadle Glenview, IL
    - Jay B.
  • A
    First John llc Remodeling/Repairs
    We are very particular about our home and were worried from the onset about whether or not we would be able to find a company that would provide quality work. Since we live out of state, we were also worried about being able to trust people in our home. We found several contractors through Angie's List, interviewed them and had them prepare an estimate for our first project which was to replace our exterior storm doors. Once the bids were in and the interviews complete, we hired First John Remodeling. After seeing the finished product we decided to use John's company for our next two projects. Several neighbors have watched them work over the past few months and commented positively on how professional John and his staff were. In addition to the quality of his work, John has been extremely flexible with us, whether it involved changes and/or moving dates to accommodate unexpected guests. It can be difficult to coordinate projects, get a good quality product for a fair price and find someone you can trust. But, with his incredible work ethic, outstanding work and professionalism, John has made repairing/remodeling our second home a wonderful experience. We have been more than happy to refer First John Remodeling to our friends on the Island.
    - SUSAN K.
  • A
    Envy Home Services, Inc.
    Very well.
    - Kiran P.
  • F
    Champion Windows and Home Exteriors of Chicago
    Awful service
    - Shilajit K.
  • A
    UNLIMITED REMODELING PRO INC
    great
    - GEORGE K.
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