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  • F
    The owner of Squash Blossom remodel has re-located to Baltimore County, Md. His name is Larry Lundberg. The contract he presented my husband and me did not contain the Notice of Cancellation which is legally required by the Maryland Home Improvement Commission. The Squash Blossom Remodeling website advertises a MHIC license number that does not exist; although he does have a current MHIC license in his own name. When we learned that, we did further checking and discovered that in the past Mr. Lundberg often did not pay the companies that supplied building materials for his jobs. Those companies sued him for building materials. We decided to cancel the contract. We asked Mr. Lundberg for our deposit back. We had given him $9729.60. He told me he had spent our money on a "Spec House" he owned and could not repay our deposit. THIS MAN ACTUALLY TOOK THE MONEY WE GAVE HIM FOR OUR BATHROOM REMODEL AND SPENT IT ON A "SPEC HOUSE"! DO NOT TRUST LARRY LUNDBERG WITH YOUR MONEY!!
    - Connie D.
  • A
    Rarely do you find a Contractor that meets and exceeds your exceptions, however RAF is such a Contractor. Rob, the owner, was responsive, fair and overall just great to work with. We had received several other estimates for the repair work. Rob's price was great and he thoroughly understands the insurance process. Rob, even went out his way to personally work with the insurance company and take some of the pressure off of us. We are happy we chose RAF. Our new roof was installed in a timely manner and looks great. The damage in the house consisted of replacing several ceilings, plenty of drywall work, duct work and painting. His right hand guys, Nick and Joey really knew their stuff and the several rooms they repaired are better than they were originally. They took extra care to cover and protect everything and sometimes you didn't even know they were there. They did such a fantastic job, we plan on hiring Rob and the crew again in the near future for some other remodeling of the interior of our house. I will highly recommend RAF to friends or any others that need high quality work done in a professional manner and at a fair price.
    - Frank B.
  • A
    After deciding that the price of new cabinets was more than we wanted to spend, we contacted Kitchen Savers to get a price on updating our existing cabinets and drawers. Our salesperson (Al) worked with us to come up with a reasonable plan and the cost seemed fair so we moved forward. We added one new base cabinet which Kitchen Savers provided ahead of time so that we could get the new countertop (which we purchased separately) installed. The remaining cabinets were refaced. Our installer, Patrick, did a very good job and was very pleasant during the week that he was onsite working. During the install, Patrick pointed out that one of the doors arrived with slight flaw and told us that he had already requested a replacement. After Patrick left, we discovered another door that had a slight mark on it and I called Kitchen Savers. The service department was easy to work with and within days they had replaced both of the damaged doors. We now have an updated kitchen and are pleased with the final result.
    - Daniel W.
  • A


    I am originally from Switzerland. My Expectations are: High Quality Workmanship, Precision Workmanship, High Quality Materials, Timely Execution of Entire Task, Competitive Pricing.

    I engaged six (6) Roofing companies to provide me with Information and pricing for a New Roof and two (2) New Skylights. Five (5) Roofers were from Angie's List, one (1) Roofer was the Original Roofer of 30 years ago. This was a very time consuming process.

    Three(3) Roofers were very competitive and it came down to quality Workmanship, References, and if Roofing was their only business. I was not interested in people Remodeling Kitchens, Building additions to a house and Roofing. A new Roof is what I needed, so I chose a Roofer that only does Roofs.  Two (2) Roofers were out of their mind cost wise and not using better products. One (1) Roofer was using inferior products and left the door open for additional charges to the customer later on.

    OUTSTANDING describes the QUALITY work carried out by Home Wise Pros.

    The Owner Mr. Jay Gleason supervised the entire process. Always courteous, always on time. Always firm. He will do what he says he will do. He will not mislead you. Very honest.

    Timely: only 1.5 days with a full crew...Home Wise does only Roofs...they are efficient and good at it.

    Clean Up: Home Wise Pros takes every precaution not to damage your slate, brick work and surrounding area to your house. Clean up included a magnet to pick up any unseen nails to prevent you having a flat tire.

    Home Wiese Pros removed two (2) layers of old Shingles, replaced two sheets of Plywood, and installed a 40 year Roof Shingle.

    In conclusion, during the last thirty years I have engaged many contractors that have made lots of promises, that they never delivered on. It is nice to know, that there are companies like The Home Wise Pros, that actually carry out all of their promises without compromise.

    - Oreste K.
  • C
    Was supposed to get 24,000 worth of kitchen remodel for 10,000. Our quote was 20,900, so we had to put up an additional 10,900. Asked since we are putting up 20,900 are we getting 50,000 worth of kitchen remodel and was told no. We were saving 3-5000 maybe. This price also did not include the cost of materials like tile and grout. This is a classic bait and switch and is illegal.
    - Brady M.
  • A
    Frank came to our home and completed a detailed estimate for a full kitchen remodel.  We had many contractors come out for the same estimate and Frank was one of a few that actually spent a significant amount of time with us and measured every inch of our existing space.  His extensive knowledge in not only construction but architecture left us feeling confident that he would design a beautiful kitchen. 
    He did not disappoint!  We were able to go to the office and see detailed designs of two different kitchen layouts.  While we were there his staff went above and beyond to entertain my 2 year old so that we could concentrate on the design.  We waited on pins and needles for the $ estimate and we were surprised at how reasonable it was.  I got the sense that Frank is an honest contractor interested in his reputation more than nickle and diming his customers.
    Our remodel plans are currently on hold due to outside factors but in the Spring we will absolutely be using Ruxton Design and Build.  I will also be recommending their services to my friends and family.
    - Brady M.
  • B
    The design was great but the designer was difficult to work with.  The contractor and daily work crew were outstanding.  They did excellent work, cleaned up everyday before leaving, were courteous and pleasant and gave us a beautiful finished product.  I would not work with this designer again but would recommend the contractor to everyone.
    - Jennifer M.
  • A
    All of the employees we worked with were knowledgeable and easy to work with, including the estimator who came to our house, the showroom's salesperson (James), and the employee who did the actual installation (Roberto). They worked collaboratively with us, listened to our ideas and preferences, and offered suggestions that we found useful. They started on schedule, and finished on schedule, and worked every day for a full day. Our job was not the easiest because the bathroom's dimensions were not perfectly square, but the tiling work and fixtures were installed beautifully. The installer, Roberto, and his assistant, worked neatly and cleaned up after every day's work. We were very pleased with quality of the work done and would use Metropolitan again.
    - Gloriane G.
  • A
    Bottom Line Remodeling was extremely professional and flexible. They were attentive and worked with me on a self-designed kitchen. It was obvious that they cared about making my kitchen look the best it could look. They went out of their way to update me on a regular basis during the kitchen remodel so there would not be any surprises. I would strongly recommend Rob and his team in the future and he can use me as a reference at any time.
    - Christopher V.
  • A
    This project was a delight from start to finish! When my wife and I got married and blended families in 2009 she and her three children were living in our current home and I had a small Cape Cod I shared with my daughter. Neither house was really suitable for a family of six and we briefly considered selling both houses and starting fresh. But we all loved the old, historic farm house that had been part of my wife's family for six generations and decided we would sell my house and use the proceeds to renovate the farm house. We actually kept my house until the farm house renovation was done because for a project of this scope, we would have to move out. Sarah and I spent the fall and winter of 2009 contemplating ideas for the renovation: looking through books and magazines, inviting ourselves over to look at the houses of people we knew whose home we liked and hear their stories of renovations and additions, and looking for a builder. I had been a licensed builder and carpenter years ago but knew at this point in my life, this project was beyond me. My background did allow me to draw fairly detailed plans of what we wanted. It also meant I had heard many stories of builders who were difficult to work with, if not downright unscrupulous, and seen both outstanding and shoddy workmanship. Whatever builder we ended up with would have a client that was both sympathetic to the often unavoidable variables that pop up during construction but also be demanding of high quality work. We had a some references for Twining Construction and were able to tour a few examples of their work. I was impressed. We asked Roland and Randy to meet us at our house, see what we had to work with and go over the preliminary plans I had drawn up. Roland and Randy are friendly and laid back but obviously very knowledgeable and professional. They love the kind of project we had in mind and had experience in dealing with the complexities of blending a new, modern addition with a very old house. I knew this project was going to be expensive but we plan to be here until we turn up our toes and we wanted it done right. There are builders who may have been able to do our project for less that what we spent, but there is the old saying, "You get what you pay for." Now, after the fact, I can say that with Twining Construction we got more than we paid for. Between the quality of workmanship, the reliability of our builder and their performing on time and on budget, we enjoyed a pleasant and nearly stress-free construction experience. After an initial estimate of the construction cost, we hired, at the Twining's suggestion, a colleague of theirs who, though not a full-blown architect, was able to make CAD drawings of the renovation. His price was very reasonable and after several more meetings with Roland and Randy to consider various minor changes and revisions, we had full working blue prints from which the Twinings were able to give us a hard number for the cost of construction. The challenge I presented to Roland and Randy was the time frame I had in mind. Since we were going to have to move out and back in and to minimize the impact on our four children's school schedule, I wanted work to begin over the kid's spring break and have the job done by Labor Day weekend so we could move back in before school started again.  That gave Twining Construction 21 weeks to demo the old, roughly 600 square foot frame part of the house, and build a new 1,600 square foot addition. Under the best of circumstances, that would be a tight schedule for a custom job like ours. We moved out the week before Easter and the project, starting with demolition, began the Monday after Easter. The Twinings are fast and efficient. The demo and cleanup took maybe two days, the debris going to a facility that would salvage doors, windows and other items to minimize what would end up in a landfill. The foundation work started immediately after the demolition and the footings and crawl space walls were finished in short order. The Twinings design of the crawl space was integral to their philosophy of building a well insulated, energy efficient house. A concrete slab over an insulated vapor barrier was poured and the block walls have two thick layers of foam board insulation on the inside. This design enhances energy efficiency by providing a warm, dry, and clean space under the house which works almost like passive radiant heating under the floor. It also provided some additional clean, dry storage space for us! If I went into all the details of the materials and methods Twining Construction uses in the framing stage of construction, it would be an article unto itself. The framing itself is beautiful. Twining's idea of "rough carpentry" is comparable to what some builders would consider "finish work." The Twinings choreograph how their sub contractors are scheduled so the work, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, etc., is performed as efficiently as possible with no one sub interfering with another sub's work. Co-owner Roland Twining leads his own crew of carpenters, all of whom are accomplished tradesmen in their own right. Depending on the work being performed during construction, one or the other of the Twinings was almost always on site to lead or oversee the work being done. The Twinings do all their own finish/trim carpentry as well. The level of fit, finish and craftsmanship is exceptional. With the tight time frame I had given them, Twining Construction did their very best to stay on schedule. The only snag in the whole process was due to the kitchen cabinetry manufacturer who, two weeks before the scheduled delivery date, announced that they were cutting shifts at the plant due to the economy and therefore, our cabinets were running a month behind. Were it not for that, we would have moved back in Labor Day weekend. As it turned out, we moved back in on October 2.
    The Twinings were a delight to work with. There were no surprises, no unexpected cost overruns, and everything ran smoothly. Roland and Randy stayed in close communication with us. Their suggestions on design revisions during the planning stage were invaluable and reflected the construction knowledge and experience. Not a day goes by that my wife or I don't remark on how much we love our "new/old" house. Just about everyone who comes in the house comments on how good it looks and they take notice of little details in the craftsmanship that went into the new addition and how it was tied into the original stone house from the 1850's.
    - Sarah D.
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