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    Champion Windows and Home Exteriors of Louisville
    Champion added a 8 x 16 patio cover to our house. The roof material is 3" thick insulated material. They were on time and did a wonderful install job. Their price seemed a little high, but their customer service was great, workmanship was great.
    - George P.
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    Moore Construction Services
    We purchased a smaller house than desired however it did have the acreage we wanted. So...., we decided to build since this was our retirement home. Moore Construction (I have used several times over the years) provided the estimate and we agreed upon price. The remodeling consisted of a new roof, new windows, doors,??and siding on the original structure. Both bathrooms were also remodeled with new cabinets, vinyl?and showers.? Many other smaller changes were made such as?closet?shelves and new?ceiling tiles in the downstairs apartment.?New construction included a large sun room, and converting existing garage into a bathroom, pantry and laundry room.?To this, we added two additional rooms and a garage.?Also, a side deck. We had several growing pains with a project this large however it all worked out to a beautiful and functional home.?Would I recommend Moore Construction - Absolutely!
    - Gloria H.
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    Golden Hands Construction
    Went incredibly well. We had gotten several bids from other contractors and none of them seemed to listen to what we wanted. The bids would come in listing work items that we had specifically said we did NOT want. Finally, we asked Chris for an estimate. He listened, ask good questions, and gave us a reasonable bid, cautioning that there were a lot of unknowns in how much of the existing greenhouse could be re-used. They started when they said they would, and had a crew of really professional craftsmen working at our house for a month. They had great ideas for how to reuse materials, or change the design to make it more attractive or functional. They created the greenhouse of our dreams! There is no question that this is the contractor we will use for every future house project we have.
    - Ellen J.
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    Custom Homes by Chris Austin
    The project took a little longer than expected, but mostly because we changed our minds about several things during construction. The work crew was extremely courteous, considerate, and conscientious. Their workmanship was excellent. The overall project turned out beautifully. We are extremely pleased with our new sunroom.
    - Jeanette G.
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    Bailey & Weiler Design/Build
    This is the fourth time I have used Bailey and Weiler and every experience has been perfect! They are always on time, they always show up, they get the job done in a very timely manor, the customization and creativity are second to none! The quality on every project has been unbeatable, and even the follow up after the project is done has been outstanding! They have always kept me up to date on the progress of each project. On our last project we got three bids and all three came in almost exactly the same, therefore I am confident that not only do they do very high quality work, but their prices are fair and competitive. Their honesty, integrity, and service have all shined through in every single project we have done with them. Our first project was a roof repair and water damage repair...you can't even tell anything ever happened it was done so well. And we have never had another problem with the roof since. We recently had our back deck collapse and called Bailey and Weiler. They were out to the house the next day to assess the damage and develop a plan of attack. Two days later, they had a guy (who is the friendliest guy you will ever meet) start dismantling the deck, and ordering replacement boards. As soon as the board were delivered, the same guy came back out and finished it up. They also discussed with us why the deck collapsed, and how they were going to properly reinforce it so that it would not happen again. Since they were there we also asked if they could build us some new steps on the deck. The guy working on our project went home that night and build them...he put them on the next day. He really went out of his way to take his personal time at night to make those steps for us. The whole project went very smooth, Don called me several times with updates, and the day it was finished, it looked like new and everything was cleaned up and back to normal. I have several friends who have used these guys and every single person has been 100% satisfied with every aspect of the work, the cost, the service, and design. These other people have used Bailey and Weiler for custom homes (from $600,000 to $3 million)...pool houses (from $60,000 to $300,000)...kitchen remodel...commercial remodels. When you find someone this good you want to tell everyone about it!! Without a doubt, if you have a project that you want done right...if you want something unique and high quality...and a fair price. Use these guy!
    - John H.
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    Golden Hands Construction
    We had an old greenhouse that was almost falling down from rot, and it was built on an old redwood deck that was also in sad shape. We went through about 5 bidders, spending hours with them explaining what we wanted. We'd wait, and wait, and finally after nagging them we'd sometimes get an estimate. It seemed no one wanted to take this project on - and I had thought contractors were looking for work! We kept getting estimates that were for things we didn't ask for - like a sunroom that bore no resemblance to a greenhouse, or an all-redwood deck when we had clearly said NO REDWOOD - just pressure treated wood. The estimate for just the (small) deck and stairs was $25,000 with redwood. Finally, we had Chris Sturbaum come out. What a relief! He actually listened, asked the right questions, and gave us an estimate that he admitted was rough because there were a lot of unknowns - like how much of the old materials could be re-used. But it was a reasonable estimate and described exactly what we wanted.They started on time, they did great work, and they finished in a reasonable amount of time. If you are looking for something different, Golden Hands Construction can handle it. They are real craftsmen.
    - Ellen J.
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    Nu-Sash Windows
    LOVE IT! BEAUTIFUL!! COZY!! CREW WAS VERY PROFESSIONAL. WORKED SO HARD -- DID NOT WANT TO STOP FOR LUNCH OR BREAKS. SALESPERSON GREAT.
    - DON & NICKIE S.
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    L J Stone Co Inc
    THEY GOT AN IDEA OF WHAT I WANTED AND THEY DID THE WORK AS SPECIFIED. THEY WOULDN'T GUARANTEE THEIR DOUBLE PANE WINDOWS, SO I WENT WITH THE SINGLE PANE BECAUSE I DIDN'T WANT THEM TO FOG UP. I'M NOT HAPPY WITH THE SINGLE PANE BECAUSE THEY GET VERY HOT IN THE SUMMER AND COLD IN THE WINTER, THEY AREN'T VERY ENERGY EFFICIENT. THEY CLEANED UP WELL AFTER THEMSELVES AND THEY COMPLETED THE JOB IN THE TIME FRAME THEY SPECIFIED. THEY GAVE US A DISCOUNT FOR SIGNING THE CONTRACT WHEN THEY CAME OUT, SO I DIDN'T COMPARE PRICES.
    - DENISE M.
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    IVORY ENTERPRISES
    ED CAME OUT-HE WAS VERY PERSONABLE. 2 WEEKS LATER HE FAXED ME AN ESTIMATE. I FAXED BACK SOME CHANGES AND ASKED FOR ANOTHER ESTIMATE. I NEVER HEARD FROM HIM AGAIN. I CALLED AND LEFT MESSAGES 5 DIFFERENT TIMES WITH 3 DIFFERENT PEOPLE AS WELL AS HIS ANSWERING MACHINE. TOO BAD, BECAUSE I WOULD HAVE HIRED HIM. BUT SINCE I COULD NEVER GET HIM TO CALL OR FAX BACK--I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO THINK. I STILL NEED A CONTRACTOR.
    - ELIZABETH L.
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    General Contractors Unlimited
    I hired General Contractor’s Unlimited (David Kennedy is the owner) to remodel our kitchen, widen an existing door opening, and build a 4 season’s room addition for me. I should have known to get another contractor when they started on my addition 10 weeks after the agreed upon start date (they actually started a week after the initial completion date). David kept giving me one excuse after another as to why they were delayed, why they couldn’t get there, other job’s took more time than expected, and it wasn’t until I asked for my $10k initial payment back that he actually sent his guy’s to my house to drop off a tool trailer in my front yard. They showed up a week later to start work. GCU was to build an 18’x22’ four season’s room on the back of my house, and tie it into the existing roof lines so that it didn’t look like an add on room. It was supposed to be 18’x22’ because of the size of two existing concrete pads that we had, but the room is actually would up being 18’x21’. I was told by Dave “I guess I miss measured, but just put some flower planters at the end of the room and that should cover it up”. I also noticed the trusses he ordered were the wrong dimensions, because the peak of the addition is 2’ below the existing peak, and the overhangs are 1’ above the existing ones. My existing overhang’s are 18”, and the ones on the addition are 12” when I asked him about it he simply said “It’s too late to do anything about it now because the roof is set. I also noticed that the concrete block skirt that was to be installed around the addition wasn’t installed. When I asked Dave, he told me that if he installed concrete blocks, then the floor in the addition would be higher than the floor in the existing room, so he simple put my floor joists straight onto the footers and concrete pads so it would be level. The next thing I noticed was that there were only 4 cut outs for windows. I told Dave that the floor plan that I drew up and gave him has 6 windows plus a French Door, to which he responded “Oh, I only ordered 4 windows. Do you want me to order the other windows because you’ll have to pay for them since they weren’t in the quote (Get used to hearing this phrase). I told him to get 4 more instead of just two because my wife wanted to add two more windows for more sunlight. Once the room was enclosed and the drywall subcontractors finished their job (The drywall guys were GREAT and I hired them for another job I had done) the real cost of this project started to rack up. According to Dave, I needed to go buy the flooring, flooring underlayment, light fixtures, light switches, light bulbs, ceiling panels, baseboard trim, ceiling insulation, wall/ceiling/trim paint, and all the painting material because none of that was included in his quote. That’s a grand total of $6,600 that wasn’t in his original quote, nor was it stated anywhere that none of these were covered, so I had to come up with that out of my pocket in order to get the room finished. After 2 months the job was finished and I did a walk through with Dave. I asked why there was a white board wedged between the addition and the existing brick on my house, and Dave told me it was where his guy’s cut the opening for the room to long, so there was a 2” gap there, but it was ok because he covered it up was a plastic board that cost $75 and he thinks it looks good. I pointed out several issues I wanted fixed and corrected and he said that he didn’t see anything wrong with it and it looked fine to him. I let him know that it was my house and not his so I wanted these things’ taken care of. Simply things like: Paint the bare wood trim around the French/entry doors. Put a second coat of paint on the ceiling in the new addition since it was only primed. Paint the ceiling in the kitchen where the walls were removed and the drywall was patched. Raise the French Doors because they drag and scratch the floor. Remove the boards and install vinyl siding between the French doors and the windows on each side. Lower the can lights in the outside overhang so I can install the inserts. Install the vinyl siding at the bottom of the addition so the floor joist isn’t exposed. Replace the flashing over the fascia board so the wood wasn’t exposed. Replace the metal electrical boxes on the exterior of the addition with the flush mount electrical plates that were called out in the drawings. Fix the electrical receptacle in the existing living room that worked before the construction began. Install the tile backsplash in the kitchen. Clean up all of the nails and debris in the yard. Dave said that he would get back with me, but never did. He continued to ignore me for months. In that time, the ceiling in my addition began sagging and separating. The oak trim that I paid for turned out to be knotted pine and all of the knots began bleeding through leaving yellowing marks (55 at last count) all over the trim work. The French doors leaked, and would stick and they sit right on the floor so they continue to scratch the flooring and we can’t put a rug in front of them without moving it before we open the door. There are ½” cracks and gaps where the ceiling and the walls meet as well as there the fake ceiling beams butt up against the ceiling panels. In the past two years I’ve had to hire a contractor to repair an interior wall in our kitchen that GCU damaged, install our tiled backsplash that GCU didn’t, and I had to paint the existing living room myself. GCU did come in the fall of 2017 to paint over the knots that were bleeding through the trim but it didn’t work because they still bleed through. They also tacked up some quarter round and used a lot of caulk to try and hide the gaps that were showing all-round the ceiling. GCU came and talked with me in Feb 2018 and ensured me he would be back in April to fix everything…Today is the 30th of April and I’ve not hear a peed from Dave. I could have written a novel as to all of the other issues I had with the GCU crew, but I believe this write up speaks for itself. My suggestion to anyone looking to hire GCU to do work for the…DON’T!! You have been warned.
    - Pat J.
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