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    Eco Clean Inc
    I was very impressed. Matt from Eco?Clean arrived promptly at 7:35AM, and the work was completed about 11 hours later. I watched most of it, and I don?t think any of them even took a lunch break. They were very relaxed about me observing their work, which I found fascinating. Despite the use of heavy equipment, there was a fair amount of manual labor in the trench. At one point I told them that they were certainly earning their pay, and Matt gave me a very amusing rejoinder. He was a delightful young man and I enjoyed chatting with him while we observed the initial trenching. The sewer laterals are laid almost seven feet deep in this section of Portland; my understanding is that that this is deeper than other municipalities. The pavement sections pulled up by excavator were visibly thick. Matt said that this was unusual - he?d worked on an excavation a short distance up the street, and the pavement was thinner, an inch is typical. The lateral was in a slightly different place than indicated on the City of Portland?s records (the pipe was laid in the 1940s), so they had to excavate another, smaller section. When they found the current ?tap? to the main line they had to replace it because the sewer line is clay tile, and the lateral was Orangeberg (paper saturated with tar); what was done in the 1940s to tie them together and seal the join was to dump concrete over the join. That was effective but tough to reopen. The cost was $785 higher than the agreed upon estimate because of the new tap and extra excavation required; however, the estimate that I signed did clearly indicate that unforeseen issues could cause an increase in the cost. I witnessed all the work and accepted the extra cost as necessary. This type of work is akin to exploratory surgery ? they don?t know what they?ll find until they open up the ground. The team worked exceptionally well together. They had to excavate the sidewalk and a small portion of my lawn. After they completed bedding the pipe in gravel, the trench was closed and hot topping was applied to the roadway. It was not an inexpensive repair; however it had to be done, and the price was competitive: Dig Safe notification was required; trenching was required; sidewalk opening and road opening permits were required; a flagger was required (I live on a street that experiences a lot of traffic daily); the City of Portland had to approve the work before the trench could be closed.   One thing was difficult: the initial sewer backup occurred 10/31/15, I received the initial estimate on 11/02/2015, and the replacement was done on 11/19/2015. There were delays while Eco-Clean handled an emergency request for the Maine DOT in another town. It?s great to get serviced by a company that the MDOT thinks highly of, but I wasn?t aware of why there was a delay, the communication from the owner simply stopped for a while. There was some confusion when I asked for a copy of the televising of the line that occurred when Keith burrowed the line. I didn?t realize that they can?t video the line while it?s still plugged. I think as a residential customer I needed a little more explaining than a commercial customer would need; also I?m the type of person who asks lots of questions because in the end I?m responsible for what occurs at my property. These things are my only caveat; I didn?t know what was going on, so I began contacting other companies who might be able to do the work. Also there was a shorter delay for the revised estimate to reflect the 24 feet of PVC pipe the previous owners had installed from the house to the property line. On the positive side, because of the delays and technical problems in regards to getting a faxed/signed estimate to the owner, he pulled the permits on faith after talking with me. The permit cost was $1,450 so that was a big leap of faith on his part. I was able to use the water facilities at my parent?s house during this period, so in the end it all worked out fine. It?s amazing how pleasing it is to be able to use the facilities! The houses in our small post WWII development have an out of code sub surface drainage pit [SSDP] and house trap in the sewer pipe area in the cellar. When there are heavy rains, I have a tiny burbling brook in that area of my cellar as the rain water percolates from the ground into the SSDP, up into the cellar, and out to the sewer pipe. I?m concerned about moisture issues so I showed it to Matt and he provided some thoughts on how it could fixed. I?ll probably ask Eco-Clean to address that issue in 2016.
    - Bernadette P.
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    Evolution Iron Works Inc
    We were very pleased with the products and their work. It was an expensive job. They were very responsive and cooperative and were reasonably priced. It was a good experience.
    - christine v.
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    Maine Coast Kitchen Design
    I was sent to Maine Coast Kitchen by referral from my realtor. I had been to 3 different kitchen design places (including Home Depot) and was even contemplating buying the off the shelf cabinets and doing it myself just to get it done (EEKS, that would have been a disaster.) When I looked up this firm, I immediately called my realtor and reminded him that I am not a wealthy person. He told me politely to hush up and go talk to Tina (the beautiful and gracious owner of this place) anyways. Tina asked me to send her my Home Depot quote, and then without warning blows me out of my seat by asking and quot;If I can meet or beat this, will you work with me..and quot; OF COURSE! She's had me to go her gallery on Commercial St., she's feeding me truffles, and water on a hot summer's day... how could I say no to this? I put in a deposit, figuring worst case scenario I get the same design, better cabinets, and granite. I should also mention my kitchen space is not easy to design in. I have 4 doors, 3 windows, and an archway to work with. I also wanted an island, which I was told in my long narrow kitchen was IMPOSSIBLE. I don't believe in impossible, and luckily Catherine(Tina's AMAZING designer) didn't either. Catherine met me in my ragamuffin renovation dusted home within the week (must better than any other design company) and took measurements. I gave her a sample of the flooring I had just put in. She asked me about how I use my kitchen, my cooking habits (there's a lot of those, I truly believe it's the heart of the home), and what happens in the space in general. She asked me about our dreams (we don't have kids yet, we're just trying really hard to make that happen.. and for once I felt like someone heard that, and understood a permanent change should account for future dreams). I met them a couple days later in the Commercial St office again to see my design. I took my Mom, this is kind of a big deal... and if there was ever anyone would would give me a brutally honest opinion.. it was Mom. We both left there floored with the design. Things I would never in a million years have chosen because of silly rules I set for myself sat in MY new kitchen. I say MY new kitchen, because already it was mine, made for me, and encompassing who I am. It was like Catherine had known me as long as my Mom had. It was perfect. Catherine even worked with me in picking paint colors, and the back splash... stuff she certainly is under no obligation to do. Did I mention she added an island? Oh and they beat all 3 prices I had received. I do promise to tell everyone about you Catherine and Tina. I already have. You will soon have a client from 7 hours away, who wants you... and only you to do for her what you've done for me. I'll leave you with the note I sent the ladies after my granite was installed. Hi Catherine and Tina! Not sure if the guys will be getting the photos they took to you, but I wanted to send you what I have. I still need to do a bit of trim work around the windows... but everything looks SO amazing! As soon as I have some finalized photos I will post on Houzz, and I'll start working on some rave reviews shortly. Kevin and I truly cannot thank you enough for your brilliant design, our house not only feels like a home, it feels like OUR home. As soon as the granite went in today I finally started to relax, feel a bit more at peace, and now I take great pride in the heart of my home. Your staff has also been completely wonderful. Being in renovation mode and dealing with a variety of contractors, there are often hurdles and bumps along the way... but Maine Coast definitely did everything they possible could to eliminate those stumbling blocks for us. You have a wonderful staff, both at the design center and installing your granite. Thank you again, so very much, for an amazing experience.
    - RUTH S.
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