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    Collegiate Window Systems
    The installers were professional, polite, and industrious. I was amazed at how quickly the windows and doors were installed, and I loved the color options for the internal window frames. They match our woodwork beautifully. The 90 year old windows they replaced had some interesting pulley hardware that I remarked upon. When the installation was complete, one of the installers brought me a number of the pulleys and asked if I wanted to keep some. It's cool to have some of the history of the windows from this old house.
    - Jeannette V.
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    Orcutt Painting Co
    I used Orcutt Painting to paint my entire place, in addition to staining and varnishing, and I cannot express enough what a beautiful job they did. The crew was always prompt, courteous, and professional, not to mention super neat and clean. And Sam was so easy to work and communicate with! His priority is understanding and meeting his client's needs - always giving his undivided attention, answering questions, and explaining things. Without hesitation, he goes above and beyond expectations. My home looks beautiful and I wouldn't hesitate to use Orcutt again ��� I highly recommend them!
    - Francine C.
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    HireHaven
    I have an old house. Renoviso replaced old slab doors with vinyl pre-hung doors on front and back of house, and replaced the trim wrap on all windows. I really like the Renoviso website and would definitely use it again. The selection and ordering process was very easy because the website walks you through all the components of the job (entry door, storm door, hardware). The installers were very professional. I'm so happy to have tight-fitting doors with no drafts, and clean window trim!
    - Nancy C.
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    Precision Door Service
    Precision earned a 5 star rating with its exemplary service today. The technician clearly knew the products thoroughly and made a quick diagnosis. Addressing me in a courteous and professional manner he explained what the problem was and the options to handle it. Everything was made clear, I knew what the cost would be and once I approved the work, he completed it efficiently and left everything in perfect order. Then he provided instruction on the new motor package from touch pad to an overview of remote access. We were very happy to invest in a quality product delivered with so little stress. I would recommend Precision without hesitation. Thank you for a well done job.
    - Toby P.
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    Morgan Exteriors LLC
    Morgan exteriors created a beautiful 4 season porch out of the back of our cape. From the first initial meeting right through until the last wall of sheet rock was sanded, their team displayed the highest level of professionalism. Polite, professional, easy and fast to contact and respond with questions and/or changes. We would highly recommend them and hire them again!!
    - melanie t.
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    Power Home Remodeling
    Power sent a representative out to review all of the work that we were looking to do. At first we were skeptical, it sounded too good to be true, but with no money required for a down payment we decided to use them. They followed through on their promise 150%. Everyone was on time, professional, and polite. The project went smoothly and efficiently, they were very attentive to every detail we mentioned and we could tell they wanted us to be happy with the work. We loved it so much we will be doing our siding with them in the next few years. I would recommend them to anyone. This is how contracting work on your home should be done.
    - Patrick S.
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    Power Home Remodeling
    We had a negative experience just trying to get an estimate. We called to get a quote for replacing a patio door and they sent a representative came to our house that evening, which we appreciated. He was an hour late so arrived during the kids' bedtime, but he was friendly and acknowledgeable. He provided us with a sales presentation on his iPad about the company, its footprint across the United States, why it is the top place to work for millennials (we are not millennials...), its arrangement with Sam's Club, etc. That didn't make a difference to me but I was disappointed to hear Power only offers one type of sliding door: an all-vinyl door with plastic handle. They could not do a wood-inside-vinyl-outside like other contractors or offer a range of handle finishes. I was honest that I doubt we'd go with Power but I would appreciate receiving an estimate for comparison. But he couldn't get his iPad to generate the estimate and went outside to "call IT." I offered that he could just email or mail the estimate late but he said all estimates must be delivered in person, no exceptions. He seemed genuinely apologetic and explained it was company policy. Someone else called back the next da but didn't seem to know any specifics of our situation; they just wanted to see what would make the sale. They wanted to send another sales representative to the house and again refused to send an estimate by email or mail. I explained that we already met with their rep for over an hour and another meeting would be a waste of everyone's time unless they sent an estimate ahead of time, but they wouldn't budge. We walked away at that point. I later heard that Power has a reputation for offering a discount if you sign up that day, so you don't have a chance to think about the estimate or compare with other contractors. I do wonder if the representative faked "iPad problems" because he knew there was no way I would sign up that day and the estimate would be higher than norm. Reputable contractors shouldn't have to resort to those tactics.
    - Ericka S.
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    D S Brody & Associates Inc
    Long story short, they did a superb job, came in at just about the price we were quoted despite some ���surprises,��� and were flexible and professional. A year in, I still couldn���t be happier with how the work turned out. Specifics: on top of being entirely gutted, the downstairs bathroom needed the toilet and the vanity switched, the upstairs bathroom needed to be extended into a hall closet, and both bathrooms required somewhat finicky tile work to be completed. Furthermore, we discovered that the pipes going from the basement into both bathrooms and the kitchen were not up to date and needed to be replaced in their entirety. Furthermore, due to some poor scheduling, first we were in Japan during demolition and early rebuilding, and then we were in Florida during much of the tiling process. Dominique kept in touch regularly and dealt beautifully with our absence, including through the discovery of the bad pipes, a (briefly horrifying) realization that the upstairs of our house was not actually built on a perfect 90 degree angle, and a multi-week delay of our tile shipment. The finished work looks and functions wonderfully, and we���ve had no problems whatsoever during this past year. I want to commend not only Dominique but also her crew, particularly foreman Obel, who continuously went above and beyond to get things looking and working just right for us. We would absolutely hire D.S. Brody for any further construction we might need, and strongly recommend them to anyone else in the area.
    - Hannah M.
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    DesignWorks Company
    I would give DesignWorks my highest recommendation, and they are at the top of my list of contractors to call for future work:
    Paul is excellent to work with.  He is extremely knowledgeable and detailed, giving us a high degree of confidence that we'd know exactly what we were getting and paying for.  He and his crew delivered on every promise; there were no surprises.  They were on time, cleaned up after themselves, no loud music, smoking, course language, etc.  We have young children so this was important to us; we felt totally comfortable with the kids when they were around.  The workmanship was excellent, and we're very pleased with the new bathroom.
    At one point we fell behind schedule due to some city inspectors (not his fault), but Paul worked on the weekend to make up the time.  In the end, we landed where he promised.  Several months after the job was complete, there were a few minor cracks in some grout due to settling; Paul came back - free of charge - to patch it up.  He even fixed up a few other things in the bathroom hallway (rehung a door that wasn't true, and fixed another that wouldn't latch); these were not part of the contract, and were done gratis.
    For full disclosure, I would only note two downsides, neither are deal-breakers:
    (1) He was the most expensive of the contractors we had to quote the job (by about 15%).  He was candid about how he marked things up, and allowed us to source many of the materials ourselves to save some money, but it was still expensive.  Those on a very tight budget may be priced out, but it is arguable that the peace of mind and quality is worth it.
    (2) I was a little disappointed in the electrical sub-contractor.  While all the work was done very well, he neglected to clean up some wiring in the basement.  It was not worth calling him back to do it himself, but disappointing given how well everything else went.
    Professional, timely, high quality, helpful and detailed.  Definitely give DesignWorks a call for your next job!
    - Brian M.
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    Precision Builders & Restoration Specialists
    We wanted a new kitchen for the longest time but there were so many issues.  First we wanted to stick with cabinets on the bottom because i love my old style kitchen layout and windows.  We also wanted to upgrade to granite counter tops and maybe a nice tiled backslash to accent the wall.
    Second our kitchen was in need of a pantry, we were sick of sticking of can good under the sink next to all the soaps and chemicals, we were able to work out an idea after some very careful planning to utilize and expand the space where the fridge was.
    After explaining our wants and time frame, we were happy to hear that our new dream kitchen was in the ballpark of what we budgeted. What surprised us was how straight forward the process was and how close to the sketches and plans we drew up were.
    First day 
    removing and widening the entryway for the pantry
    putting in place the new dishwasher 
    Removing all dirt and cleaned up for the day
    Second day 
    ripping the old kitchen counter tops 
    removing old kitchen wall to create a custom backslash
    removing of old sink
    removal of old granite counter top
    Basic structure was added and soon we had Shelves that were pretty large
    creating a custom archway for a nice artistic touch
    Third day 
    finishing the pantry and putting last touches on
    putting the kitchen cabinets in
    installing the sink
    Fourth day
    installing the granite counter top
    installing old kitchen wall to create a custom backslash
    Finishing up all the work
    - Arthur M.
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