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  • A
    Willis Builders Inc
    This was a top to bottom complete renovation of my house. All work to be done was described in well written project proposals. I have lived in my house since 8/1/1972. Over the years I have had workers here to do some renovations and repairs. Matthew Willis of Willis Builders, the Project Manager Marcelo Gomes, and all the workers that came to my house were very professional. I am very, very pleased with the outcome of this renovation. My house is better than brand new only because I was fortunate to have Willis Builders do this renovation.
    - LINDA B.
  • A
    Prime Construction Corp
    To all.. I DON'T have the patience or time to write reviews but I will say, I am handy with tools and do a lot myself. With that I am also aging and value my time more and more. We have also recently had one of the famous contracting nightmares. Prime Construction under the guidance of the family owned company, came in delivered QUALITY workmanship, fixed numerous issues that previous contractors had not done to code. Each day they where clean, timely and professunal. If you want it done and done right with attentions to details and true support along the way this is worth every penny for sanity and quality. I wish more people operated this way.
    - Heather W.
  • A
    Glenwood Kitchen & Bath LLC
    Richard provided great follow-up service on a 2011 master bath project. When we called him about the blocked door, he sent the carpenter who worked on the original project the same week. Mike removed the door, removed all of the loose paper inside the wall, and showed me how to remove the door myself in the future. We were very pleased that even 7 years later they were very responsive to a request to fix something from the 2011 renovation.
    - David B.
  • A
    Hassle Free Home Improvements, Inc
    Can't say enough about how accommodating the team was for each change that became necessary. A real pleasure to work with Hassle Free. Quality of work is 5 star plus. The project came out better than we hoped for, on schedule and on budget. We are very, very happy customers.
    - Peter A.
  • A
    R. D. Nanz Contracting Inc
    RD Nanz Contracting is a family owned and operated business run by Bob and his son Ian, and I would recommend these guys over anyone. We began our journey by fielding estimates from various contractors around the area. Prices ranged by the hundred thousands. We actually committed to another architect before we were referred to Bob and Ian to clean up the mess the previous guy had made. Once work began, the crew operated with the up most of professionalism. They treated the project as though they were working on their own house, no minor detail was left undone. Bob worked with us on each step of the way, offering tips to save money in some places, that allowed us to spend more in others. We can not be happier with the way everything turned out. It is my Mother-in-laws dream home. Skip ahead to earlier this year, we had an unfortunate accident with a unattended candle tipping over on her deck, causing the siding to catch on fire. Both Bob and Ian were over the next morning to make sure everyone was OK, and to make sure the house was sound both structurally and electrically. It was not an easy task, but Bob and Ian were able to restore and erase any trace of the damage that was caused. We will be using Bob and Ian's services for any future work we need to have on our home. With an industry that fraught with home improvement and contractor horror stories, R. D. Nanz Contracting Inc will give you the peace of mind that your in good hands. I
    - Courtney L.
  • F
    Robert J. Rozanski
    He���s not insured!! His license expired Oct. 2017. Did a terrible job. Charged double of the estimate. He put up tiles on my roof incorrectly and much lighter in color than what was already there. When I spoke to him about coming out to fix the roof, he told me to ���go f���k myself���. DO NOT EVER HIRE THIS BOTTOM FEEDER FOR ANYTHING!!! HE IS A FRAUD AND A SCAMMER!!
    - Michelle G.
  • A
    Matthews Construction & Design LLC
    Brian was quick to respond, had no issue with the fact it was a relatively small job and said because of the size of it, he could fit the work in quickly between other jobs. We agreed to the basic price plus whatever materials were needed. It was scheduled for about 2-3 business days later, he and his guys showed up exactly when they said. Brian and his guys walked through the scope of what needed to be done first thing, they required very little explanation but we agreed to the exact scope. His team got the job done as agreed to with no issues, they were professional and cleaned up thoroughly after completing the job. I would use them again and consider them for a variety of sized jobs.
    - James B.
  • C
    For the basic construction he and his crew did a good job. They used quality materials and put it together with good workmanship. I did ask that some material be upgraded and he did that without hesitation. We did have some issues that needed to be addressed. He promptly took care of them. He also had to make some changes but the fee he charged was very reasonable and he willingly made the changes. The only issue we had is the quality of the tiling job. In short is was fairly poor with tiles that too much "lippage" (i.e. not flat) and cracks in the grout due to either improperly mixed grout, improper curing of tile-setting material or not forcing gout into joints properly. In short, I would hire them again but NEVER for a tiling job. Hire certified tile setter (Ceramic Tile Education Foundation).
    - Robert M.
  • A
    The Master Trapper Inc
    Mark from Master Trapper set squirrel traps, caught and released one squirrel that had gotten into my home, and repaired a hole in the gable that allowed the squirrel in. He was very professional and personable, and performed high quality work. I'd definitely hire him again if needed.
    - Adam B.
  • A
    Best contractor I ever worked with is Marvel Homes, (301) 785-2171, a small firm owned and run by Devin Nasvaderani, truly one of the nicest, most knowledgeable, most organized and honest people I have ever worked with. I have done three projects with him, and been thrilled beyond expectation each time. Devin's is the firm I chose to rebuild the damaged portions of my house after a big fire there. Because we had been through so many problems with other contractors leading up to the rebuilding - despite checking them out and watching them closely - we were REALLY careful before selecting the contractor who would do the rebuilding. We read EVERY single detailed review on Angie's List, we interviewed the top "contenders," and chose Marvel Homes. Even with all of this high expectation, I was blown away by the experience of working with someone who is honest down to his bones, cares about the quality of his work down to the smallest details, is a phenomenally good carpenter with a small crew of stellar, hard-working people he trained himself, was spot-on with every time estimate and cost estimate - and for all of this is relaxed and warm at the same time. They say at the end of a long project with even a good contractor you are "sick of each other" by the end - on the contrary, I was actually sad when the work was done, that's how positive the experience was. In fact, when we needed to replace old windows at my family's house, and I wanted to winterize my screened porch, I chose Marvel Homes for each of those projects and the experience was every bit as positive. I will give details that may help give you a fuller picture of our positive experiences with this business. 1). Many contractors we spoke to came with glossy brochures and polished salesmen. Devin came himself, no glitz or fake conversation, looked at the job with what was clearly a trained eye, and answered all of my questions honestly and to whatever detail I needed. After all we had been through, I had gotten so sick of the "schmoozy" soft-sell/hard sell routine of the bigger companies who talked a lot without saying anything, this was like a breath of fresh air on a stuffy day. 2). His low-key demeanor may fool you. Devin is the most skillful and experienced carpenter/craftsmen and most organized contractor I ever met. He looks with a trained eye at every aspect of the job, and is clear and up front down to the smallest details. He wakes up at 5 each morning and before he leaves for his first job or meeting, he has a print-out of each and every thing he needs to do or discuss on each job, site, or client he will meet with that day. Unlike many good contractors who are not so good with paperwork, Devin's paperwork was so helpful all throughout the project, for planning, knowing when we needed to make choices of materials, knowing when to expect which aspect of the job, knowing breakdown of costs - everything. 3). He does it right. Even if it costs him, he absorbs the cost to get it right. In contrast to the companies that would spend hours talking to me without providing any detail or accurate estimates at all, Devin spent 40 hours of work on his own time without getting paid for it, in order to get accurate estimates and details on each aspect, so I knew exactly what to expect time-wise, and cost-wise, so the insurance estimate would be spot-on, etc. 4). When the refrigerator came, I had chosen a bigger one than we had planned for. The island was already in, but Devin was concerned that with the few extra inches of the refrigerator, the smaller aisle space might be annoying when we would be using it, moving about the kitchen, etc. He arranged to meet me at the house to see what I thought, and then suggested we move the island a few inches back. Despite the fact that I was the one who had chosen that particular refrigerator, he did not charge me for the cost of moving the island, even though I suggested that that was only fair. He said something like, "the job isn't done into you are happy, and we get it right." Who does that? 5). His small crew is terrific. He has trained all of them, and treats them well, so they form a really cohesive team. They arrived on the dot when they said they would, and they left the work area and house cleaner than when they arrived. The respect they showed for me and my things was remarkable, which blew me away after having worked with companies that treated my house like their own work space, without regard for the people or things in it. 6). We had to work with insurance on the big job. Devin's estimate was so "on point" that there was no dispute over any of it, the insurance issued the check without delay. His time estimates of when a part of the job would be done were true and exact, making it possible for us to plan around when certain parts of the job would be done. And his cost estimate was exact also. He is licensed and bonded. He does things by the book, and in fact, the only "negative" comment we ever found for him on Angie's List is "he refuses to use cheap materials." Thank goodness he doesn't. There were so many things I noticed after I moved back home that I never would have noticed while the job was underway, so many corners a less honest or less skilled contractor could have cut that would have slipped by me until long after they were paid and gone. I can't tell you how many times I felt so grateful that we had found Devin. The fire was a nightmare in so many ways, but I have often said that finding Devin and Marvel Homes more than made up for it. His reputation for excellent, by the book, safe work was clearly known to county inspectors, and every inspection went smoothly, without surprises or problems. After you have had a fire, you especially appreciate a contractor that does it safely, and right. He charges a fair price for high quality work. Before Devin I used to try to get things done at cheaper prices. The work was cheap and I would have to supervise every inch and every minute of it to be sure, and even then, I got burned. Devin told me once that a large portion of his jobs are coming in and doing it right after someone cheaper botched it up. Having now worked with a company where I didn't need to supervise ANYTHING to get a proper, careful, skilled result and promised result, I will never go back to the other way.
    - SUZANNE S.
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