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  • A
    Superior Carpentry
    James removed tub and tile down to the studs, Also old flooring. He and his workers kept dust to a minimum and cleaned up each day. Installed shower pan and tiled shower. Installed wainscoting on walls, changed plumbing to different wall, installed sink and vanity. Installed fan, light, and mirror. Installed new flooring. Installed shower door. Reversed swing of door. So he did plumbing, electrical, tiling, flooring, and carpentry. All done on budget and on time.
    - David K.
  • A
    Mr Electric

    We did not get him from Angie's List. I keep using them because of their personalized service. They are really prompt, pay attention and get back with us right away. It is not always the least expensive, but it is not always the most expensive. If they provide good service it is worth paying a little more.

    - Nanette H.
  • A
    Phase 2 Electric
    It was amazing! My initial call was returned almost immediately. Curtis came the same day to ***** the project and give me an estimate. He came promptly on the day and time we agreed on and was very respect ful of our home and did a perfect job, attentive to tiny detail so as provide an attractive fan. By that, I mean that in installing a wall switch, he provided the capability to switch on the fan and light separately. I couldn't be happier and would recommend Phase 2 Electric of Freeland, MI to anyone...and I will.
    - Margaret S.
  • A
    Van Herweg Electric Inc
    Responded to my morning call and we were able to coordinate great with the power company working in the neighborhood. Showed up at the time we agreed. Price was never discussed and I really did not know what to expect until I was billed.
    - Roberta J B.
  • A
    Tri-Pups, Inc
    We asked Tri-Pups to make it look like our side entrance was never there.  We wanted the siding on the house to blend in, the new wood flooring that replaced the stairs to match the rest of the wood, the new baseboards to match, etc.  And they did just that!  When we tell people there used to be an entrance there, they have to see the pictures to believe it.  It looks amazing!  We were really impressed by the wood floors - you can't tell the new flooring from the old.  

    We've used (and continue to use) Tri-Pups for all our home repair/maintenance/upgrade needs.  We were initially referred to them by someone putting gutter guards on our home.  They served with Tri-Pups on the local chamber of commerce.  Tri-Pups first project for us was building a fence in our backyard.  They did a great job, so we just kept hiring them.  So far we've had them build a fence, install ceiling fans, re-grout a shower, install baby locks, fix a toilet, fix an outdoor electrical outlet, add a door lock to a sliding door, build custom baby gates....

    They always show up on time, explain what they are doing, do the work and clean up.  They always leave the space they are working in cleaner than what they found it.

    Everyone on the team is friendly, easy to talk to and we just feel comfortable with them.  Since their team is so small, we know everyone on a first name basis.  It's very comforting knowing you can come and go while they are working in the house and not feel at all worried.  While their competitors may have lower prices, Tri-Pups will not sacrifice quality.  Chris is very detailed (along with Debbie and everyone else) with his work.  If he's putting his name on it, it will be done correctly.  This is one of the many benefits of working with a small business - the owners are only as good as their reputation and Tri-Pups takes their reputation very seriously.   
    - Erin V.
  • A
    Phase 2 Electric
    Excellent service! Very responsive. We had a breaker start smoking and lost power. He came out within hours of calling to take care of a serious situation. We highly recommend. Very professional and great work. Will be calling him back to some additional work.
    - Michelle B.
  • C
    Elite Building Solutions

    The best way to start this is to describe the entire remodeling as it went down.  We found companies on Angie?s List that would do windows, siding and remodeling of our back sun room.  We had were old single pane windows with a spring loaded aluminum side casing. They were cracked and very hard to open and close. The back sun room had a door we do not use and two steps from the kitchen to the room (about 15 inches high each), the floor also had a hole from a rotted out piece of plywood.

    After meeting with high pressure salesman and companies that would only do windows and siding we selected Elite Builders. The president of the company was very personable and seemed to really care what we wanted. We told them that we had a limit of $30,000.00 for the project.  After taking measurements and looking over the project they came back with an estimate of $30,000.00. We signed a contract in August of 2014 with half of the $30,000.00 down. We did add a garage door front porch railing and two entry doors to the project for about $4,000.00. We were introduced to the on-site manager at this time. He had been a plasterer and was moved to the manager?s job due health reasons. After a week they sent a new employee with a representative from the local building supply firm to measure for the windows.  This representative told us that what we wanted was not what we should have and proceeded to his measuring instructing the new employee as he went. The windows were to be new install (with mounting flanges versus remodel windows with no flanges) as flanges seal better for weather proofing.

    After a couple of weeks the windows arrived and were placed in the garage, the siding was placed outside near our garage. Another week went by and the windows/siding crew arrived (10 employees from a sub contractor).  I later found out that Elite only had about 10 employees and was only a general contractor. In about 3 days they had all of the old aluminum siding taken off and the new siding up and windows in. The old siding (worth about $4-500.00 at today?s prices was placed on my neighbors lawn. They then charged me $300.00 per load to remove the old debris and aluminum, it took about 3 trips. My written estimate did not show any credit for the scrap value of the aluminum, and I found out later that they used their own trailer for the debris and had a dumping permit ($30.00-40.00) at the landfill.  In the process for installing the siding the trampled my 29 accent lights in my bedding, I now have 3 left working. Some of the windows are retro fits with mounding holes for reinstall holes in the sides, to be covered by plugs. I have never seen shimming with 2x4?s and 1? lumber to get the windows in the old openings, it seems that they ordered smaller windows than were needed and put in lumber to make them fit.  In this process we had to completely re-plaster every room because of the smaller windows. They did offer to put new trim around all windows which would have cost about $1,500.00. They stained the trim to match our existing woodwork but when it arrived it looked like a camouflage patchwork of paint. We asked them to try again. Since it was the middle of winter we both agreed it would be too much odor to polyurethane the wood then.

    It took quite a while before they were able to get started on the sun room, as they also get work from boarding up fire damaged homes and get a retainer from the insurance company. They had the same crew that did the siding work on the porch remodel and had the floor and steps removed in a day. The new flooring was installed as well as the 6 foot sliding door. The carpet was then laid down.  After a day the carpet was sucked down into the ½? gap between the sheets of plywood as they did not fill in the gap. The carpet was pulled up and the gap filled in with wood putty, and re-laid. They put up a new set of stairs (now 4 steps) and put in a railing that was similar to an outside porch/pool railing. We had paid for an ornamental railing and newel posts. When we stated that it was not acceptable they ripped the railing out. In the process of putting down the floor they left the wiring above the floor.  They had to remove the floor to place it under the new sliding door. They then found that the floor had severe squeaks and had to rip it up again to add more stabilizers under the 2x4?s. They had placed the insulation on the old concrete and when the floor had any weight it would act like a spring and squeak. It still squeaks today.

    They had another pair of workers come and put in the ornamental railing and outside railing.  They did an outstanding job. We also found out that we only had a 60 amp service (like everyone else in out neighborhood) and the old XO series breakers that they do not make any more. We decided to upgrade to a 160 amp service at this time, with new service head and a main disconnect.   They also did a great job and had it done in a day at another $2,000.00.  They were also subcontractors.

    It is now April 2015 and we are nearing the finish line. There were many small items that needed fixed after our review. Some still go unanswered, we were shown one outside railing and they installed a different one. We asked to have screen door that could reverse the screen from the bottom to the top (prevents my grandson from pushing it out) It looks as if it cannot be switched. They did adjust our total bill down from the charging of two pairs of ornamental railing for the sun room down to one.


    - James R.
  • B
    Phase 2 Electric
    He was pleasant, had to leave to go to store and get some part he forgot( mind you I am being charged hourly). It took 2 hours to complete. The one reason I paid for a Professional was because I did not want my BRAND NEW wood floor drilled into. He mis-measured the location and came up through my wood floor. It was a small hole but still the whole point was to avoid doing that..job took a total of 2 hours he knocked $10 off for the mistake.
    - Kelly M.
  • A
    Embrey Electric LLC
    Amazing work.  Very, very prompt even though I was short on time to give him notice of what needed to be done because of coordination of the pool contractor and plumber.  A fair price, great communication, and excellent work.  No exceptions I will always use these guys unless they simply can't do what I need.

    - ERIC L.
  • A
    Blasy Electric, Inc.
    Everything went great. I called them to come out to give me an estimate on recess lighting in my family room. I wasn't quite sure how I wanted it set up so they gave me an idea of what I should go with and it sounded good. They sent a crew out a few days later and it took them about half the day to complete the job. They even had to cut the recessed lights into existing drywall on a new dimmer switch. When they left not only did it look great, there wasn't a spec of dust! I would highly recommend them
    - darla f.
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  • 1977

    1098 W Anderson Rd
    Linwood, Michigan