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    Cannavino Construction
    Everything went perfectly on time and I was well communicated with. Contractor involved me in issues and changes from blueprints. Contractor allowed me to research and make informed decisions. I trust Rich completely and highly recommend him.
    - Diana M.
  • A
    Pear Tree Construction
    Steve and his team did a fantastic job from start to finish, what a great company! From day one the professionalism and the attention to detail were top notch! Couldn't ask for a better general contractor!
    - Adam S.
  • F
    Premier Remodeling LLC
    Horrible. Please see ratings above. Tile needed to be done multiple times and came in WAY over budget. Floors needed to be redone a couple of times and still not great work. There is some "finishing" work they said they would come back and finish after the tiles settle (little floorboard work, putting up doors) the next day. They never showed up, and when trying to contact them (Matt Stone and Dave) they will not return phone calls or emails. Was quoted for a week, they were here over 3 weeks and did not finish the job. Now will not respond. 
    Part of the quote was for them to clean up, and again was told they would do when coming back. It was not done.. cleanup was left to me and took a couple of weeks to clean up broken tile/floor/wood. 
    - Robert K.
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    Envy Home Services, Inc.
    As in all construction jobs there are always communication or misunderstandings. These guys took all of this in stride and did their very best to understand and over come these things. We seemed to have to wait forever for the city to approve our permits. During the construction there was a rain storm overnight, the tarp they put on the roof to cover any spot that was not sealed was blown up and a large amount of water did get in. I cannot blame them for this as they did do their best to cover everything for the night. They came right away when I told them there was water damage, and took care of replacing everything that had to be replaced. The room went up without any problem except for having to wait for the custom glass, even they hinted that it took some time. The largest concern was the brick patio. Now it looks great, but during the construction it seemed to take a long time. The brick company was a sub-contractor for this company, and the job was "too small" for most other brick companies even though these guys would use them in the future and would most likely keep any brick sub-contractor busy even during the traditional slow season. The sub-contractor severely underestimated the amount of time and labor to do such a "small and easy" job.  Thr contractor had to do extra work to make up for the sub-contractors mistakes.
    Over all if I had to do it again I would use these guys and I would do more research prior to starting and maybe I would push the city to get things done just a little faster.
    - Evguenia K.
  • F
    Constant delays, many of which were because of the crew being pulled to work other jobs, while my basement sat open without walls, to the outside elements. Heavy equipment parked in my yard and left unused for months at a time.
    The project was to be started in March, and didn't begin til near end of April. Promised 3-4 months. Wasn't completed til November, after contacting the owner of the company and threatening legal action.
    Was given an initial quote of 70k for the project. Later shown another version of the contract with changes having been made to it and quoting 80k. Later again the price changed and was increased again. Ended up paying out over 125k for the project, not counting the fact I purchased all the fixtures for the bathroom. Also things were left off and not done at all, like the heated floors. Sump pump was added on top of the original specs at my expense, and then not graded correctly for drainage, causing all the fixtures in the basement bathroom to back fill with water, until the pump ejects.
    Neighbors kept a running calendar of when this crew was actually on site, and they were present less than half the time, during this period. The contractor Matt Cosmo proudly said that many people happily took business cards from him.
    The neighbors returned these business cards to me later, after stories were shared among them, about this project.
    I honestly feel I'd have been better off with a pick axe and shovel and taking this project on myself. It certainly wouldn't have taken any longer than this 'professional'  had.
    - Steve W.
  • F
    Olive Grove Landscaping Inc
    I first met the company at a landscaping/home improvement show on 4/12/08. A week later they came to my home to discuss plans for a room addition, removing an existing deck, building a stone patio, including a hot tub and fire pit, and doing some landscaping. At that time, I was asked to pay $450 (50% down payment for the landscape design). On 5/17/08 some weeding and application of round-up was done and I paid $975 for that service. It was decided that I had some damaged trees, and they needed to be removed for $2500 and that was done. I met with the builder to discuss the room addition and paid a first installment of $8900. On 6/03/08 I met with the builder, the contractor, and the landscape designer to review plans. On 6/28 a second weeding was done as all the weeds had grown back in. On 6/29 I checked with the contractor to see if he had applied for the building permit yet, which he had not done. This was now over 2 months since we discussed the plans, I had paid out $12,825, and he had not even applied for the building permit. Nothing started in July in spite of my phone calls. In August the electrician came by to see what he needed to do. I called and left messages for both the builder and the contractor. Finally on 9/17/08 I paid $405 for the permit fees and $13,350 for the work to actually begin. Also in September I am told that the city of Naperville required an architect for the plans, so that was an additional $1500. The work proceeded through October and November. When I purchased my hot tub the dealer gave me very detailed wiring instructions and stressed that they needed to be followed exactly. I gave those to both the electrician and the contractor, and it stated clearly on the paper that incorrect wiring would damage the hot tub and void all warranties. I told them both several times to be sure to follow those instructions. When the installers came to put the hot tub in, the wiring had been done incorrectly, causing a delay. I told the contractor and the electrician, who said "If they want green wires, I'll give them green wires", and proceeded to wrap green tape around the incorrect wiring. I told him he couldn't do that but he just laughed. I called the contractor and he came over. Supposedly the electrician redid the wiring, but still incorrectly as when the hot tub was turned on the lighting panel was damaged. A few days later I started having electrical problems in my house, and the city of Naperville came and found that the main electrical line was cut when the porch stairs were put in. The day before Thanksgiving most of the work was finished, but there were still a few odds and ends that needed to be done. We did not have a final inspection, and they did not come back to clean up. They left lumber, concrete, empty packaging and containers and even cigarette butts that stayed there all winter, and which I had to try to clean up in the spring. During my attempts to clean up their mess, I injured my back, and had to pay someone else $300 to remove all the leftover construction material they had left behind. Since the main job had been finished the day before Thanksgiving, no actual landscaping could be done as it was already snowing outside. Due to many upgrades and the stock market tanking, I could not pay the balance and so a payment plan was drawn up. When I made my final payment, I subtracted the amount of the damages caused by the electrician and included a copy of the invoice. The company is now threatening to call their lien attorney as they feel I should have to pay for their damage to my brand new $10,000 hot tub! My complaints against the company include: - unreasonable delays in starting and completing the project - unprofessional practices including using an unlicensed electrician who refused to comply with wiring instructions and therefore damaged my brand new hot tub; the builder told me after the fact that the carpenters they use are meth addicts which I was not happy to know; one of the workers hit my dog with his truck which I know was an accident but it would have been nice if they had apologized and shown some concern for my dog; leaving a huge mess including their own cigarette butts which I had to clean up and hurt my back doing so; coming early on a Saturday morning in August to steal back some stones that I had paid for but which we never used -I would like to be reimbursed the $975 for the weeding and roundup which was absolutely useless - I should be reimbursed for the architect fees of $1500 as the contractor should have known that up front -I should be reimbursed the $300 it cost to have someone else clean up after the company -They need to stop harassing me and understand that they owe me for the money it cost me to repair a brand new hot tub they damaged by being totally reckless and non-compliant with the wiring directions in spite of the fact that both the hot tub dealer and myself stressed repeatedly that they needed to follow those instructions. - I have paid my balance in full and they should not be threatening me with a lien attorney.
    - deb s.
  • A
    Envy Home Services, Inc.
    Outstanding! I���m sitting in my beautiful sunroom on a lovely fall day. My only regret is having not done this years ago. Thanks, Adam and Envy!
    - Lori L.
  • A
    George Krinninger & Sons Inc
    Words can't describe how perfect this job went, its tough to find QUALITY people and Mike and his crew are A++++
    Highly recommend this vendor.
    - jason a.
  • A
    Tom and his crew were all very hard working and we love the end product!
    - Cheryl M.
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    Slamans Remodeling
    - RICK K.
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