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    RJ Scalzi & Sons
    Scalzi and Sons is a top-notch organization. They really know their business, and are true professionals. In particular, Matt Amaru is very responsive, friendly, conscientious, and customer focused. On more than one occasion, Matt went the extra mile. For example, he spent over 2 hours helping identify and fix a roof/dormer leak NOT of his making (roofers fault) - at no additional charge. We have used Scalzi and Sons on two separate properties, and would not hesitate to call on them again. HIGHLY recommend.
    - Tami D.
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    D & S Partners Construction
    Sanfer was great to work with. Always responds right away to any questions. Price was fair and everything looks great. I got several other quotes Before going with D & S. The other companies on Angies a list were over charging because they only want the big jobs. Would hire again.
    - Scott K.
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    Arcaya remodeling
    Consumers beware! We were swindled by this contractor. After paying this contractor a substantial amount of money, he abandoned our job. He abandoned our job on November 21, 2019, leaving us with a house with no electricity, no plumbing, no kitchen, missing windows, unfinished stairs, unfinished floors, unfinished tiling, no baseboards, no interior doors, no window trims, unfinished deck, unfinished roof, unfinished balcony, an unfinished basement with a huge hole in the basement concrete floor, unfinished siding, unpaid subcontractors, construction debris, and an unfinished driveway that he also damaged. Although we paid him according to our contract, he repeatedly asked that we pay for items he was responsible for, as advance payments to him. He stated we could subtract any advance payments provided to him from the "end of work payment". Desperate to move the work along, we stupidly agreed to several of these requests, which included advance payments to him, advance payments in the form of purchasing construction materials that he was responsible to purchase, advance payments to pay subcontractors that he was responsible to pay, we even paid for the removal of construction debris. The last check given to him was an advance payment of $6000.00, which he requested to purchase materials to help complete our job. Feeling desperate to move the work along, we once again agreed and paid him. In fact, when asking for this money, he sent his entire crew to work on our home, telling us he was prepared to have his crew focus solely on completing our job, so we can finally move back into our home. However, as soon as the check cleared, the crew diminished, and he never provided the materials, a few weeks later he abandoned the job. It was our dream to renovate our home, and we worked hard to be able to finally do the renovation. He turned our dream into a complete nightmare.
    - Mario S.
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    Mirandas Contracting inc.
    The wind from a recent storm blew off the metal covering of the barge board at the gable of our house. Replacing it was a fairly small job, but required several tall ladders to reach the repair area at the gable end of a three story two family. Mirandas Contracting was able to come out within a week of contacting them. I appreciate their ability to come out for such a small job on short notice. They did a great job repairing the metal barge board covering; the quality of the work is much better than what was there. I shouldn't have to worry about it blowing off in a strong storm. When they left, my Halloween yard decorations and outdoor furniture were returned to their previous spots and the job site was cleaned up. I would hire Mirandas Contracting again.
    - robyn b.
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    Cechinel Siding & Windows
    Bruno did an excellent job repairing 4 trim panels for my house. All look beautiful when finished. I am very happy with the results. They also trimmed an overhanging tree branch. Good communication and quick response to my inquiry. Thanks!
    - Gang C.
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    R & R Contracting
    We hired R&R Contracting (Dan Nephew , owner - [*** Link removed ***] to do a major addition to our home. We could not be happier with the result or the process. Dan and his brother John are conscientious, hard-working, kind, patient, calm, levelheaded, capable and smart. They worked through difficulties one might anticipate encountering when expanding a house that is almost 150 years old. The project ended up being much larger than anyone anticipated, and the end result was amazing. Basically half of our house was redone. We are very grateful for their professionalism and heartily recommend R&R Contracting. What follows is a lot of detail illustrating how complex a project it was that R&R completed so well. We live in a house built in 1870 that had been expanded over the years, but it did not have a bedroom on the first floor, had too many flat roofs and had 1.5 small bathrooms, with only the half bathroom on the first floor. We wanted to expand the house to permit us to live longer in our home as we age. Specifically, the original scope of our project was to change our �� bathroom to a full bathroom, to change the flat roof over our living room to be pitched and to add a bedroom to the back of the house. We also wanted the alterations to facilitate the installation of solar panels later and to ensure that the new addition was done in ways that would permit us ideally to stay in the house even if we were to become disabled. In addition to R &R, we hired an architect to help us because zoning limits what can be done in small lots like ours and because we wanted to retain the basic shape of the house as faced from the front. Our project turned out to be complicated. Integrating the existing stone foundation to the new addition was challenging because of the risk of collapse of the original foundation. Maximizing the size of the bedroom to accommodate the smaller footprint required by zoning meant using different size lumber and spray foam insulation. This in turn made it impossible to have a window in the attic above the new addition. It was impossible/impractical to integrate the original HVAC system into the new addition because of the stone foundation. That meant installing a separate, second heating and cooling system. Installing the new bedroom revealed that our back mudroom was inadequately supported. It needed to be torn down and rebuilt. Because the new addition had an attic, our upstairs bathroom lost its one window. That led us to redo much of the upstairs bathroom When starting to install the peaked roof above the new living room, replacing the flat roof, we learned that the living room was not properly supported below nor did the roof above it adequately support our second floor. We needed to reinforce and then repaint the living room and redo its flooring. We needed to upgrade our electrical service to 200 amps to accommodate the new (second) HVAC system and to position our house for solar panels Dan and his team worked through all of these complications and because of them the end result for us was A full bathroom with a linear drain glass-enclosed shower with the smallest of lips permitting us to walk in easily A new bedroom with a walk-in closet and a barnyard door connecting to the bathroom, able to accommodate a wheel chair down the road. The walk-in closet door is actually a Murphy bookcase, an bookcase that can be opened. A newly painted and newly wood floored and adequately supported living room A new mudroom, replacing the old one A new deck, replacing the old one Refinished wooden stairs leading to the second floor A new wooden floor in much of the upstairs hallway 200 amp service An upstairs bathroom with a new sink, toilet, vanity, fixtures and built ���in cabinet where the windows was, also newly tiled and painted and with the bathtub refinished An attic above the new bedroom, with a pull-down ladder A peaked roof above the living room and the attic and the mudroom, meaning I have much less to shovel in a bad winter New wired smoke detectors A newly surfaced drive-way Because of our change-orders and the unexpected complications, the project was considerably over budget; but that has nothing to do with R&R. This kind of thing is common in projects like ours. We expected it; and when we started to approach our upper limit, we worked with Dan to limit expenses Dan did an amazing job hiring and handling subcontractors. This includes the electrical company he hired, the same one we had hired independently many years before to remove knob and tube wiring. When this one and the same company said during our project with R&R that there was knob and tube wiring to be removed, I showed Dan the company���s original certification that the knob and tube wiring had been removed; and Dan worked with the company to remove the remaining knob and tube wiring for free Thank you to Dan, his brother John and R&R for an outstanding job!
    - Michael S.
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    Three Sons Window & Door Inc
    They guys did a wonderful job. I had a small punch list of things to fix and it was completed with no questions asked. Looking to have them come back and possibly replace my old wooden deck with a composite one.
    - Vincent R.
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    AR Home Renovations Corp
    Old Detached Garage at house was falling down and needed to be torn down to the cinderblocks and rebuild. AR Home Renovation performed this work and rebuilt the Garage to have updated electrical, a single door rather than two smalls doors and a new A frame roof with additional storage space. Experience was excellent from start to finish. Additional Exterior and Interior work is being performed by AR Home Renovation in the followings months.
    - Yun L.
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    Ranch Roofing
    Ranch Roofing was great from start to finish. Everyone was professional and courteous and a pleasure to work with: Todd, my salesman; Bob, the owner; the roofing manager and team; Dave and his carpentry team; and Ryan, the scheduler. They communicated very well, always answering the phone and emails promptly and professionally. They know the science of roofing systems and were able to explain my options to me so that it was easy for me to understand. They were forthright and upfront in explaining any and all additional costs that could possibly occur once they stripped off the old roof. The quality of the work was outstanding. I recommend Ranch Roofing to anyone who wants a quality roofing job from a professional and friendly company.
    - Don D.
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    Greater Mass Home Improvement LLC
    Moses did a good job with installing new windows and was fast. His painting job was not good nor was his gutter work. The newly installed gutter is leaking. He told us that he has fixed it but its still leaking.
    - Arun R.
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