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  • A
    Chris was punctual and thorough. His attention to detail was excellent. Through each step of the project he was flexible and listened to our requests. The job was completed on time, on budget and better than we had planned.
    - Drew B.
  • D
    Not good...Tim is really a nice guy, but wasn't consistent, wasn't punctual. Damage was caused but he repaired it. Tim did some work, we paid him $'s, got some work done, but we lost money as a result of having to move onto another GC to get the work done. His subcontractors: floor refinishing, did a bad job.
    - Chris F.
  • A
    We needed a carport built in the alleyway of our Bellevue home (along with an existing shed removed and concrete pad poured). Bill and his crew did a great job, not only providing a custom-built carport (nothing prefab, all hand built) but also working with the City of Bellevue on permits and quality checks (historic district). It looks fantastic! Much thanks to Custom Carpentry!  They, at a later date, built a small deck in our backyard which is enjoyed through the nice weather.
    - Mark K.
  • A
    From the very beginning, Chrissy (the showroom manager) was very helpful and responsive unlike some of the other companies I had contacted.  I emailed her a basic drawing of our kitchen to get an estimate of having granite installed.  She didn't get the first one I sent and emailed right away to let me know it didn't come through.  The estimate was very reasonable and included a piece for our island as well as finished edge, template, install, and undermount sink cutout.  Once we accepted the bid, I sent a check for half as a deposit.  Chrissy sent me a list of granites and three different locations where we could go and actually view the slabs.  She even offered to meet us to help in the selection process.  We were put on the schedule right away for template and install but because of trouble with our kitchen remodel, I had to contact Chrissy and reschedule.  I was very nervous because I though we may incur a fee or lose our deposit or something but she was great.  She said she completely understood and to let her know when we were ready.  As soon as our cabinets were in I emailed Chrissy who put us on the calendar right away for the following Monday for template and 2 weeks from that for install.   The gentleman who came out to template for us was very professional and friendly.  He used digital imaging for the template.  Two weeks later the truck arrived with our countertops.  The installers were great; very professional, friendly and personable.  They took the time to make sure that they didn't scratch any of our appliances or new cabinets.  They hooked up our sink (not plumbing) and sealed our granite with a top of the line 15 yr sealer.  The counters look AMAZING!  The final bill was right on the original estimate so there were no surprises.  I would definitely recommend them and use them again in the future. 
    - Amy W.
  • B
    Person from company came by and talked with me about what I wanted to do with the kitchen.  He took measurements and answered some questions I had in regards to possible material to use and if some tasks would be a problem (like taking out an unused window and covering it over).  He was there for about half an hour and then left.  Did not get any kind of finalized plan and didn't get a chance to follow up on it.  With that in mind, overall the experience was positive as the person who stopped in was polite and seemed knowledgeable.  My only disappointment is that we did not get any kind of estimate or plan.  I really wanted to get some idea of how much a possible remodeling would cost so we could aim for that.
    - Beth M.
  • A
    The experience was very pleasant.   Nick came for the initail meeting and took measurements and explained the process.
    I did meet with the suppliers and made some selections/upgrades that were not included in the original price.
    The actual work took a little longer than was originally quoted due to some issues that surfaced during the demo,  I was not surprised since the original bath was added between 1900 - 1925.    The additional charges were minimal and the work was outstanding.   Everyone involved was extremly professional and I enjoyed the entire experience.
    I love the final product.
    One recommendation is to request more protection from dust,  especially if the work is being done in an older home.  My home is small without doors to close off most of the rooms, 

    - Carol R.
  • A
    They were really good. It was kind of nice having all of it centralized at Lowe’s, and they contacted the contractors that we paid at Lowe’s, and everything was done at Lowe’s. So, that was kind of cool. They always made sure that we were satisfied before they paid the contractors. They were always on time. They always cleaned up, and if we had an issue, they fixed it right away. We were pretty happy.
    - DENA S.
  • A
    Very well. Nick called me shortly after I made a request, he came out a few days later, he informed me that his company does everything as far as houses, roofing, bathrooms, I asked about seeing other projects he was currently working on, he said it was not an issue, he gave me a catalog of his previous projects to look through. The entire experience was professional and great. Nick's bid was fair, reasonable, and given to me very quickly. I tell anyone and everyone to call Nick if they have a remodeling project as his bid will always be competitive and the quality of experience from start to finish often unparalleled.
    - John B.
  • C
    I want to say that simply because I did not like Steve does not mean that he is not good at his job or that he is not capable or competent. I emailed Steve and described the project to him (I found him via Angie's List), about 4-6 hours later I got a call from Steve. Steve asked me to describe the project again and his next statement was, "I just want to make sure you have a realistic expectation of what something like that might cost" I know that contractors deal all day long with people who have "unrealistic expectations" that jerk them around and waste their time, I am not one of those people.(In case you are wondering, a bathroom take down, remodel and rebuild at a minimum will be about 10k in 2008-2009). I thought it was a bit condescending and while justifiable, not a good way to start a business relationship. I thought, fine and I let it go. Steve arrived on time, was professional and pleasant while we met and offered some good ideas so I thought lets wait and see what he says. As promised his bid did arrive early the next week. His bid was $20k plus. He pointed out that he does not underbid and that he only does high quality work. Given that everyone says that, I took some more bids. Steve's bid was 6k higher than the next highest bid. I would suggest and recommend taking at least 3-5 bids always and to always question people. Contractors and you have to have a similar vision. I have no doubt Steve's work is good, reputable and that he is a good contractor. I think he probably has expectations for the size and type of work he would like to do and that my project was not interesting to him or in the same league. And so while I personally did not mesh with Steve that is not to say that I would not tell others to consider him. Again, he was on time, polite and willing to take on the project. I don't know if I would ever call him, but I might tell others to give him a chance. My only other recommendation is when you look at Angie's List, to keep an eye open for when reviews were sent in. Steve didn't have many this year or in the past few years, whereas other contractors have.
    - John B.
  • C
    I e-mailed Pat and described the work I wanted done. We set up an appointment and he came out. I already had plans drawn up and I knew exactly what I wanted. Pat looked at me, my age, and the current condition of my house and I think just decided it wasn't worth his time or that I was jerking him around. I think he pretended to take measurements and pretended to be interested, asked me to e-mail him a copy of the plans. I e-mailed him a copy of the plans, said it was nice meeting with him and said I hoped to hear back from him soon. I didn't hear back from him at all. Not a phone call or e-mail anywhere. He was in my house less than 10-15 minutes. I thought about e-mailing/calling him to remind him but I didnt have to with any of the other contractors. Ultiamtely I chose someone who was a little more timely with returning phone calls. Everything up to the meeting seemed fine. Maybe I was just a little sensitive. Update August,19, 2010: I recently posted some reports on roofers and had some feedback from them so I was looking over past reviews of contractors, I just saw his response. Perhaps he did e-mail me or mail me his bid. I cannot say whether or not that is true, all I can tell you is that per his request I e-mailed him the plans and specs of the project I had planned and I never saw anything in my e-mail or mail. Could just be a typo in his mail or e-mail that cause it, but I never heard anything. I e-mailed him recently to state that I never did recieve anything from him. He asked if I would be interested in having him do the work now or see if I need anything. I told him no. Based upon the communication break down a year or so ago it wouldnt make sense. It probably was a bit rude of me to say that. But anyway. I am sure Pat does good work and I am sure he has fixed his communication issues. I believe this because if you look at the reports, they have only gotten better and he has stopped running into the issue of not sending e-mails or follow up. So I suppose he has improved. Glad to hear it. Keep up the good work, Pat.
    - John B.
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