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  • Mr Haynes promptly contacted me and made arrangement for estimate. He arrived arrived when scheduled and provided me with an estimate. He made apt to complete the work and showed up on time. He did the work which took a total of about three days including allowing the cinder blocks to dry. He clean up most of the debris.. I would recommend him for any masonry work need.
    - pat m.
  • I had several quotes for this project, but this contractor offered this best quote for the work.  After reviewing many comments on Angie's list I decided to use his services.  I contacted Mr. Haynes and he responded quickly. He provided a quote and gave me an estimate of how long the project would take. When I decided to use his service we agreed on the contracted amount.  He was very timely coming to begin the project within 10 days of our agreement.  He showed up and did exactly what we agreed on.  He completed the first part of the project the first day.  Allowed the cement to set for 45 hours and returned and completed the project.  He cleaned up everything to my satisfaction and the retaining basement wall was done.  He is excellent in his work and I would use him again and recommend him to anyone.
    - patricia m.
  • It went very well. The workers always cleaned up when they left each day.  I was a little apprehensive because I'd never had someone else choose plants for my yard.  I worried because it was July before the plants went in. Would they survive?  He also added some sod to some bare areas in my front yard.  It looked wonderful last summer, but July and August were dry.  I watered and  waited anxiously for spring to see what would come up.  Almost everything survived and it looks great again.  The way it was designed makes mowing the yard so easy. Roye listened to what I wanted.  One of the last things he did was move a plant that I felt was going to be in the way of the outside faucet. It's all nice.  I love the patio.  Such a huge improvement.
    - Debbi M.
  • Roy was great!  He gave me excellent advice for a retaining wall, plantings and seeding.  He also gave me estimates for his company to do the work.  Very knowledgeable and professional.  I'm planning on using this company to complete the work soon.
    - Natalie B.
  • Mr . Haynes replaced about 20 or so bricks . They matched well as did the mortar. He returned two days later and sealed entire chimney. Nine months later still looks great.. The folks next door used him as well after us and found the work needed done to satisfaction.
    - David D.
  • I purchased a "Big Deal" from Angie's List.I was contacted within 2 days to schedule the service. I needed a Saturday Appointment and they were able to get me scheduled in just 2 weeks. The technician was on time and very professional. He spent a couple of hours cleaning and inspecting both fireplaces. He answered any questions we had. He cleaned up when he was done. I would use them again.
    - Kimberly S.
  • Neville salvaged all of the old brick because it could not be purchased any longer and re-layed the wall perfectly.  Really good work!!!  Neville is very experienced and I would have him do any brick work I needed.
    - Gary A.
  • They fixed a ceiling in our sun room, refinished our hardwood floors, removed carpet, and tiled our kitchen and bathroom. They painted trim and fixed a couple of cabinet doors. They refinished floors in our hallway closet that was not in our original bid and didn't charge us anymore. They stayed on scheduled and within budget. They were very professional and left our home clean when they left.
    - Crystal B.
  • I contacted Remodel Masters via Angie's List for an estimate on porch repair on a second home that my husband and I own. We wanted a new porch floor installed and the lower walls of the interior porch replaced. Randy Capone, the owner of Remodel Masters immediately replied to my email. He came out a few days later and provided us with a written estimate for the new floor and interior walls.
    Randy and I communicated mainly via email and he was very good at keeping me updated as to when he could begin work on the project. He advised me that he was currently working on another outside project and due to several rainy days, work on that project would be delayed, thereby delaying the start of work on my project. This was perfectly understandable.
    Randy advised me that he could begin work on my porch on August 26th. He arrived promptly at 9:00AM and began work. As my husband and I are retired, we were both on the premises when the walls and floor were removed. Over the years, my husband has done many woodworking projects (including building a small cabin that he and a friend use when camping). I state this to show that my husband has a solid knowledge of and background in woodworking and construction and is able to judge the validity of the information he is being given and the quality of the work that is being performed .
    When Randy removed the porch floor and the interior walls, it became apparent to all of us that the project would require much more than just having the floor and interior walls replaced. The house is approximately 60 years old and there was extensive damage to the wood that that the porch floor was resting on. All of that wood needed to be replaced in order to accomodate the Trex Transcend flooring that we wanted installed.
    Randy inspected the upper portion of the porch in the presence of my husband and myself and found additional damage to the wooden structure. At that point, it became a unanimous decision that the entire porch needed to be demolished and replaced. This, of course resulted in an increase in the cost of the project.
    Randy and his helper removed the entire porch and installed columns to prop up the roof. Per the city's building code requirements, Randy and his helpers dug four 36 inch footings. A building inspector came out to inspect the depth of the holes and approved that step of the project. Randy then filled the holes with concrete and left them to set up over the Labor Day week-end. He then returned on Tuesday, September 3rd and begain construction of the new porch.
    Randy used pressure treated wood for the deck frame and the vertical columns. My husband was highly impressed by the fact that although it was not necessary, Randy added stability to the porch by corner bracing the framing of the porch even though the supports are bolted to the concrete footings. He said that this shows that Randy's work is "top notch". Praise from him is praise indeed.
    The city required a second building inspection once the outside framing was completed, Again, Randy's work received immediate approval.
    Randy and his helper then installed the interior and exterior siding and then screened in the porch. While his helper did the screening, Randy built steps from pressure treated wood and attached them to the house. He constructed and attached a railing for each side of the steps and per the city's code requirement, added a grippable handrail to the railing.
    At this point, the third and final inspection was done. Again, Randy's work passed with flying colors.
    Although per our contract, Randy's work was finished, he was kind enough to hang a screened porch door that we purchased for the entryway to the porch and also installed quarter-round on the interior of the porch floor which gives the project a finished look. He also tightened bolts on a wrought iron railing which were loose. These three additional services were not included in the estimate and we very much appreciated Randy doing these extras for us.
    Randy and his helpers arrived on time each day and cleaned up after their work on a daily basis. All of the demolition and construction was performed in temperatures of well over 90 degrees. Randy did not sub-contract any portion of this job. He is the owner of Remodel Masters and was on the job each day doing both the demolition and construction himself with limited assistance. He answered all of our questions with great patience.

    My husband and I feel that Randy's work and craftsmanship is excellent. We believe that our money was well spent with him and that he truly earned what he was paid. We will definitely consider him for future home remodeling projects.E
    - Monica B.
  • We have hired them.  They are to start on September 14th.  We asked them to delay because of a trip we are making.  The quote they provided us was for $2030.00.  We decided to go with them to do the work for us probably because my husband really liked his friend, Earl Brown, who is knowledgeable and helpful.  They had a coupon going which was $200 off chimney repair and they also gave us a senior discount on top of it.  They also gave us some references.  We looked at two of the places and then got to talk to one of those people who deal in furnaces. He was very very helpful.
    - Helen P.
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