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    Ben's Construction Inc
    It went better than expected. Ben's team were prompt, they completed the work on time. The stairs are beautiful. In addition, Ben estimated that he'd have to replace the cedar posts. Once he had taken the original stairs apart, he discovered that the posts were still in good shape; he didn't need to replace them. Ben adjusted our final invoice, reducing it by cost of the labor and materials of new posts.
    - Laura W.
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    Shamrock Roofing
    All aspects of the work were executed efficiently, professionally, and with skill. The Shamrock team worked through difficult weather to replace a large, complicated roof. This included the removal and replacement of asphalt shingles, rubber roof, and copper panels. The Shamrock team also replaced cedar shingles on multiple dormers, made repairs to the subroof, replaced many areas of damaged molding, as well a skylight, and several copper and wood gutters. They also designed and installed a custom heating wire system in multiple areas of the roof to prevent ice dams. The installation went very well and we have had absolutely no issues in the month since the work was completed. The Shamrock crew responded to all of my questions and concerns, while working on the job and whenever I contacted them over the phone. As our roof structure is large and very complicated, Patrick and his team took the time to explain all of the options and advantages/disadvantages of different approaches as issues and questions came up. I am very happy that I went with Shamrock for this difficult job. I would recommend them highly and will definitely use them in the future.
    - Christopher K.
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    Hulk Construction Services
    Rodrigo and his crew were amazing! They were prompt, responsive, available, professional, and did very high quality work. They finished on time and on budget and without any problems at all, and consistently asked if I was happy how things are going - they really do care about customer satisfaction. We have worked with many contractors over the past few years while renovating our home inside and out, and this is one of the best contractors with whom we have ever worked. I would recommend them very highly and with no reservations whatsoever.
    - Matthew N.
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    Innovative Contracting Services Inc
    We are very pleased with the job ICS did for us on our large 2-family. They stripped all the shingles and window frames from the house and replaced them with HardieBoard planks and trim. In addition, ICS replaced the railings and lattice on our front porch, painted all trim and new work and replaced the downspouts on the house. Emanuel, Nick and Elizabeth were great to work with from Emanuel?s original visit and estimate through conclusion, quick to communicate and answer any questions. Work was done professionally; workers
    took care not to damage more landscaping than absolutely unavoidable and cleaned up thoroughly after each day?s work. The price was very reasonable for the amount of work we had done. Recommend highly.

    - Joe F.
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    Jeffrey Willette
    Job went as scheduled despite two families occupying 2-familiy dwelling for 3 1/2 months.  A contractor left or was not performing as detailed, but Jeff seamlessly replaced them with a more reliable team.
    - James C M.
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    Netto's Painting & Carpentry
    We had several rooms that required repainting as the result of ice dam-caused leakage.  We called Netto in late March and he came over within a couple of day and gave us a quick estimate.  He was able to get started promptly and we had most of the initial interior work done in April.  This included removing wallpaper, repairing the walls and repainting.  The work was done to a high standard and he cheerfully came back to correct a few minor mistakes.
    Later in the Spring, we were able to rearrange furniture and he returned to do additional interior to the same high standard.
    We also had extensive damage to the rear of the house that included a destroyed basement bulkhead and an expanse of facia and soffit that were pulled off by falling ice.  His lead carpenter Jose rebuilt the bulkhead, including putting on a new rubber roof. Some rot was discovered under the fascia and this was replaced.  
    Damaged vinyl siding was removed and the original clapboards restored by removing paint with a special tool, filling holes, sanding and repainting.  Where necessary, he replaced damaged boards with high quality cedar.  The finished product looks great!
    All of the workers we prompt, courteous and easy to deal with.  They cleaned up the worksite and used HEPA vacuums for the lead paint dust generated in our older home.  
    We were extremely pleased with Netto and Company and plan to hire them again next summer.
    - Dennis L.
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    Viola Roofing & Contracting
    Spring?s here and with the winter horribillis of 2015 behind us many thoughts are now turning to newly leaking roofs.  Last spring I
    was charged with coordinating a bidding process for our leaky roof. It was an interesting experience.  Before I dissect my process and give my review let me start with a bit of advice.  When requesting a bid specify you want it to"architectural spec?.  ?What in the heck is that?? I hear you asking (don't worry I had the same reaction). It's the details you know, where the devil hides. Basically, it's what will be done; each step of the process; materials used and how much (including manufacturer names); and when it will start and finish.  With a wide range of roofers that could potentially respond to RFQs (Request for Quote) asking them to conform to an industry wide acceptable format will help you to compare and separate the wheat from the chaff.
     My experience:  I made about 8 phone calls to perspective bidders (all garnered from Angie?s List) and four responded.  I was lucky; the first bid from Viola Roofers became the gold standard.  
    Here's a quick rundown of my experience: Bidder A Viola Roofing: Gave the detail I needed to make an informed decision from the start.  They came to assess the roof soon after my initial phone call and within a week I had a full spec bid.  I also asked them to include a "what if" bid on the head house that needed to be newly sided; additional skylight replacement; new gutters; and light masonry work.  They answered questions quickly and with a genuine openness to follow-up anytime (and I did).
    Bidder B: Came by, was very nice, took measurements and answered my questions.  A week later when no bid arrived I called.  His response: "this project is outside our scope".  Now this was a head scratcher. Our roof is a simple flat roof atop a three-story city building. This company has been in the roofing business for three generations it also advertises itself as a contracting and construction company.  Whateverrrrr!
     Bidder C:  Was very cordial, came to see and measure the roof but when the bid arrived it was not to architectural spec and $15,000 higher than Viola?s.
    Bidder D:  Was three hours late for our meeting.  His review of the roof and taking of measurements struck me as disinterested.  Yes, I know that's a subjective observation but salesmanship is salesmanship.  His bid was more than doubled Viola's and had limited specs.  One line-item did have me puzzled: a crane rental at $3,600 (close to 10% of the total bid).  On the face of it the crane made sense, but why wasn?t this cost listed on the two other bids.  Did I miss something?
    So I called Mike Viola and asked him a simple question: "Mike, how are you going to get the material up to the roof and debris
    down." His reply, "we carry it." That was a defining moment; Viola wasn't padding the bid and he got the contract.  Everything was done as promised and on-time, including the "what if" portion of the work. A week before the work began Mike called so we could coordinate activities for the start date.  This included making provisions to move cars so a dumpster could be dropped.  Viola
    Roofing took care of all the details. The value for the money was good; the workmanship excellent; and their bid came in significantly lower than the others. The team cleaned up the backyard of loose debris. The test came this winter, and a big test it was. I am glad to report the roof did not leak!  When the weight of snow accumulation became worrisome Viola Roofing was hired once again to clear the roof and break-up ice dams along the side of the building.
    Would they be asked to bid on future projects?  YES, YES, YES!
     A few parting tips: If you know nothing about roofs, their replacements or construction (I was 0-3 on all the above) run to your
    computer and start learning!  If you have friends in the construction business ask questions and keep asking them until you understand terms that will be contained in the bids.  Research each bidder?s standing with the Better Business Bureau; your state's licensing authority; and the AG's consumer complaint division. Research the manufacturers that produced the roofing materials.  And finally I didn't use the roofer's standard contract.  All the bids I received also doubled as contracts.  Not a good idea from a consumer point of view.  On advice of friends in the biz I purchased a copy of the The American Institute of Architects contract form and adapted it for this use.  Yes, it?s a process but if spending $25,000 is not a walk-in-the-park for you, then it?s time well invested.  If $25,000 is a walk in the park for you, what in the heck are you doing on Angie?s List?
    PS Thanks ED & PP
    PPS Thanks Angie?s List (and also for Indiana, you?re heroes in my book!)
    - Richard Per B.
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    Dharma Surface Cleaning -
    Great experience. Contacted Dharma via email and he's responded both times early the next morning. I sent pictures and he gave me an estimate for the work broken down by component as I had requested. We arranged for the following week and he called in the morning to confirm time and showed up when he said he would. Very pleasant gentleman who worked very hard for 4 hours, stopping only during a brief thunderstorm. This is not only pressure washing, but true house surface cleaning, as he used a scrub brush where needed, too. Although I did not pay to clean my 100-foot driveway, he did it to make sure everything he washed off the house was out of the driveway. For an additional $10 each, he used a substance to wash the moss and green algae off a large window well and a part of the driveway. A true professional and gentlemen that we enjoyed chatting with as he cleaned up and packed his equipment. I will definitely call him again. A real gem and a terrific job.
    - David L.
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    Ben's Construction Inc
    By the end of Ben���s portion of our project (3 solid weeks of the crew���s work at our home), we were not only completely satisfied with the quality of Ben���s work for us, but we were also very impressed by his ability to creatively troubleshoot issues that came up, his thorough attention to detail and appearance, his genuine concern about water issues related to wood rot and basement leaks, and his commitment to having the crew do an amazingly thorough clean-up job at the end of EACH work day.  In all, Ben was truly the most pleasant service person we have hired and worked with over the past several years ��� and for these reasons, we found ourselves raving about Ben and the crew ��� to both friends and neighbors.
    Ben is also trained and certified as a James Hardie Plank installer.  In talking with other homeowners about this siding product (and in reading reviews and experiences on the web), we learned that it is critical to have someone who has solid expertise in Hardie siding installation ��� so that the warranty for this product is validated by the company.  In our case, Ben arranged to have the regional Hardie rep come to view our site at the outset of the project as well as after the project work was completed ��� after which we received an inspection and approved warranty paperwork from the company.  This ensured that any issues we have with the product going forward over the years will now be honored by the Hardie company. 
    To sum things up, here are some of the ways in which we were impressed by working with Ben and his crew ��� and why we would recommend this company for any renovation (and presumably roofing work) in one���s home:
    ·        Ben was helpful and infinitely patient in helping us decide on color, plank width, details of trim, etc.  Once we had narrowed down a couple of options, he ordered material and constructed some large sample boards that we were able to nail up on the outside of our house to view at different times of day and under different sun and shade conditions.
    ·        Schedule was extremely precise.  The crew generally came when they said they would and took as long to do the work as they said they would.
    ·        Communications were the best we���ve seen:  Ben or others on his crew would respond promptly to phone, email, and texts ��� and would call us if there were questions or any kinds of minor changes or morning delays.
    ·        Clean-up EVERY day was absolutely amazing.  When the crew went home for the day, there wasn���t any debris or nails or even dust where they had been.  Ben told us that he knows this is important to most homeowners, and so he has trained his crew accordingly.  Still, we were truly amazed.
    ·        The quality of the work was fabulous.  Both big and small items were done with precision, no skimping on details, correcting flaws when found, and making suggestions on details to improve both look and function.  We ended up having Ben and the crew do several tasks that hadn���t been planned and which, frankly, we had all but given up on doing.  For example, we have lived with an old and wobbly wrought-iron railing for our front steps that Ben���s crew was able to weld and re-set firmly within a couple of hours.
    ·        Everyone worked hard, was polite, and careful.
    ·        Finally, last but not least, Ben���s price was very reasonable.
    We would not hesitate to hire Ben���s Construction for any future renovation or repair project for one���s home. 

    - William C.
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    O'Sullivan Installs, Inc.
    After contacting O'Sullivan Installs about an estimate to replace all the windows in my brownstone condo, I met with George Williams who is the sales representative.  George looked at the current windows and asked what type of replacements I was looking for.  He showed me the different types of replacement windows that O'Sullivan Installs uses and developed installation cost estimates for each type of window on the same day.  George answered all my questions and there was not any high pressure sales pitch.  Once I chose O'Sullivan Installs, George and Tim O'Sullivan (the owner) came over to finalize the paperwork and take final measurements.  Tim took care of all the necessary permits with the town which included review and approval by the town's preservation committee (extra effort on his part since I was not aware that the window replacement needed preservation committee approval).  Tim kept me informed throughout the permitting process.
    Installation took three days as there are always complications that come up in a building that's over 100 years old.  Tim and his crew were great and kept me informed every day.  Their work was very detailed and thorough.  Extra kudos to them for having to carry really big windows around the block and up a couple of flight of stairs (that's what happens when you don't have reserve parking in front).  They also took care of disposing of the old windows and cleaned up every day.
    Tim and I did a final walk through to make sure everything was completed and to my satisfaction.  It was a very professional operation from start to finish.  The price was fair and the quality of the work was excellent.  I would highly recommend O'Sullivan Installs for future work.
    - Stanley D. C.
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