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  • A
    EVANOFF ELECTRIC
    Eric arrived on time, put drop clothes down,performed his job set up the inspection and was present. Inspection was approved. The inspector told me that Eric is one of the good guys. Good communication and picked up and cleaned up after the work was completed
    - Tom K.
  • C
    Michigan Home Improvements.com
    It was a very disappointing experience. I was charged a total of $2500 to install a sub panel and about 8 new circuits connected to the sub panel. Others had quoted me $750. When I asked the owner a month ago on the estimate, he told me that it would take 4 hours for 2 people and the final bill came up as 20 hours. Out of these 20 hours, several hours were just wasted running back and forth to Home Depot and lowes. If these are professionals and charging at $70 an hour, I expect them to be well prepared for the job which wasn't the case. I do not recommend this company to anyone.
    - Subrahmanyam P.
  • A
    JRB Renovations
    Excellent!! Bob's crew was above all expectations...Josh, Lee, Kirk and Vic were the best contractors we've ever hired. They were prompt, efficient, and finished the job in the proposed time. Always in contact with me regarding any changes in schedule. They enlarged my bathroom, changed the entire previous floor plan, and it is gorgeous...we couldn't be happier! My new laundry area, is upstairs now, and it is just perfect..better than I could have imagined...love it all!!
    - Bobbie B.
  • A
    Family Heating Cooling & Electrical Inc
    We'll begin with Terry coming to quote the job on April 19, 2014.
    Four other companies in the local area also quoted the job.
    While others tried to sell me a new furnace with the new air conditioner, Terry said there was no reason to replace it. I liked that, especially since my furnace has never given us any problems.
    On May 2, 2014, I called the Family Heating Cooling & Electrical office to confirm the quote and setup a date for installation. I
    spoke with Pat who assured me that despite my privilege of traveling to downtown Detroit to serve on a jury trial, their 30 day price guarantee would not expire by the time I was able to schedule a day.
    We decided that by Tuesday, May 19th I should be free from the constraints of our wonderful judicial system and no longer part
    of a jury.
    I also asked if the installation crew would be able to remove the blower housing unit from the furnace so that I would be able to
    clean the squirrel cage myself. Pat said that would be no problem and made note of this on his copy of the original quote sheet. He said I should do the same on my copies and mail one copy back to them, which I did.
    May 19, 2014 ? I called to confirm the appointment and was assured to expect the crew by 8:30 in the morning. I was also reminded to pay by check upon completion.
    May 20, 2014 ? Installation Day
    Ron and Jason arrived at 8:45. Fair enough, traffic in the morning is always fun.
    First thing Ron did was pull the blower housing for me. We set it on a table I had ready and I was able to begin cleaning it. Even clean a squirrel cage blower?  Never mind, I digress.
    After pulling the old A-coil, Ron could look inside and down into the duct below, he asked if I wanted to see. I looked inside and was appalled at the deteriorated condition of the bottom and one side. It was rusted, pitted and obviously leaking air into places air didn't belong going. I sat there for a few minutes as I contemplated how I was going to fix this unexpected problem. But when I turned around, Ron had already cut a piece of sheet metal and told me, "Don't worry about it, I'll fix that for you". He did a wonderful job of patching the area and taping off all the edges so that there were no air leaks.
    As the work progressed, Jason informed me that the city of Taylor requires a GFIC outlet outside at the compressor. Even though I did not know this and would have done the work myself ahead of time, they installed the necessary parts to comply with the local code requirement.
    By now I had finished cleaning the blower and Ron reinstalled it.
    In the early afternoon, all the parts were in place and ready to test. But the new unit would not cooperate. It seems something was keeping it from running. After some tender loving care, a few love pats and a swift kick . . . just kidding. After diagnosing the problem, it was determined that my existing thermostat was not compatible with the new system. But replacing the cantankerous thermostat with a brand new one, fixed the problem, the air conditioner sprang to life and ran like a champ. In fact, it lowered the temperature in the house so fast my girlfriend had to wrap up in a blanket during the test.
    By 3:30 they were finished. They had cleaned up, picked up, swept up and I swear, later on, I could not find one screw or scrap of paper or sliver of metal laying anywhere. Really . . . I looked.
    So, a new air conditioner compressor, A-coil, piping, wiring, Freon, pad for the compressor, condensate drain, rewiring the DTE AC interrupt circuit (which, by the way, wasn't connected in the first place) plus pulling the blower for me and then reinstalling it, patching the duct work, installing a new GFIC outlet and a brand new thermostat . . . I was sitting down and braced for the final bill.
    Final bill? . . . the exact amount of the original quote. I was happy to write the check.
    I have not, with any other skilled trade I have dealt with in my lifetime, had the experience of such a professional, well mannered and exemplary company.
    Footnote:
    I redid the supply for the air system myself, which involved a different opening through the wall just above the furnace stack.
    Earlier in the day Ron had asked me how I intended to tie the new hole in the wall into the furnace. I said I really had no idea and would probably garble together some sheet metal pieces to make it work.
    As Ron and Jason were getting ready to leave, Ron said he had been thinking about my dilemma and suggested they could fabricate some sheet metal parts, some 10" collars and some flex duct to solve my problem.
    Yes, this would be in addition to the a/c installation, but the price he quoted was really less expensive than I could have bought the parts myself.
    I stopped by their office on Ford Road the next day and everything was ready for me.
    Very professional sheet metal work, plus all the other pieces and they even set them out by my car.
    - Steve B.
  • A
    AACE Services
    .AACE Services is extremely professional. They are friendly and easy to work with. They were timely and competitive in responding to quotes given by several contractors. When awarded the contract, they met with City electrical inspectors to review the work to be done. They started the project on time and completed it on time. They kept me informed on their progress throughout the project.
    They were neat during the process and cleaned up at the project conclusion. The work was excellent and approved by both the City Electrical Inspector and the City Building Inspector.
    The work was done during the worst winter in the area's history. They were able to work around the difficulty of snow and ice and still complete the project on time
    - James F.
  • A
    JRB Renovations
    I felt very comfortable with Bob when I first met him.  He is very professional. We had estimates with a couple other contractors which we did not feel could give us the quality we wanted. Or the expert advice we needed. 
    We really like all of his employees Kirk, Josh, Lee & Ray. They are very good at what they do, Bob included.
    Our kitchen is absolutely beautiful! I could have never imagined it could look this way after the mess we had before.
    Out nest project is our full bathroom. When the times comes, we will be calling Bob!

    - Tonya B.
  • D
    Ramirez Electric Inc
    Ramirez Electric had done some work for us a year ago.  As noted in our previous review, we were very satisfied.  We were surprised by the experience we had this time. We were fine with the original price we were given for the work, $900 plus $86 for the permit.  When they arrived we were told it would be an extra $100 because more line was needed.  We were fine with that.  And the work seemed to be done well.  The men who work for Mark Ramirez seem friendly and hard working. 
    Right from the beginning we made it clear to Mark Ramirez that we wanted everything up to code.  He assured us that it would be and was up to code.  However, when the city inspector came it was a different story.  There was to have been an outlet within 20 feet of the air conditioning unit.  I didn't think this was going to be a big deal, but when I called Ramirez Electric I was informed that it would coat us an additional $125.00.  I was stunned.  We had been led to believe that we were paying for an electrical job that was up to code.  We had even paid an extra $100.00 already, without complaint.  Mrs. Ramirez called back the next day and said they could lower the cost to $95.00.  I explained to her that we had been told that our electric work would be up to code for the price we paid already.  Also, we couldn't afford to give them any more money.  I planned to call the city, but thought I should call Jayco Heating, our heating and cooling contractor, first and let him know what was going on.  Jay Tackett, the owner, told me not to worry, and he would take care of it.  In the meantime we were surprised to receive a call from Mark Ramirez.  I explained to him calmly why we felt that we didn't owe him extra money to bring our electric work up to code.  I had to stop twice and ask him why he was hollering at me, when it was our home that had the problem and I hadn't raised my voice.  His attitude was unbelievable!  He was also rude to my husband. We had not only given him a good review in the past, but hired him twice.  He treats us this way over a $40.00 part!  We would never hire him again.
    In the end Jay Tackett, owner of Jayco Comfort Systems, paid Ramirez himself to bring the work up to code.
    - Leota B.
  • B
    Home Base Inc
    The quote was a bit of a shock which apparently isn't unreasonable. We spoke to the owner and he was very professional, very thorough, had his architect draw up some designs. He wouldn't give us a quote before talking to his architect.
    - John G.
  • A
    Designed Renovations
    I was very pleased with their work ethics.  Everything was cleaned up at the end of the day.  They arrived at the appointed time every morning.  It was a pleasure watching them work, and a greater pleasure kibbitsing with them !  I am pleased with tlheir work, and with Zac's help coordinating  the color scheme.
    - Burdette B.
  • A
    Home Base Inc
    We were very fortunate that the winter weather did not delay or disrupt the work schedule.  And as a result the remodel was completed ahead of schedule.  All the work crews were professional and courteous and very aware of the disruption to our daily living.  Each trade crew worked as a team when on site at the same time.  All additional cost issues were carefully explained before performed.  Home Base owner (Todd Dodson) was continually on site to assure that the work being done met our expectations.  He would periodically provide updates to the schedule and discuss and resolve all issues we had during the construction.  Although there was a significant amount of dust and mess, the workers cleaned up each day.  But I was a little disappointed as to the thoroughness.  As in most work sites of this type we needed a significant amount of cleaning after the job was complete.
    - larry m.
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