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    L & R Suburban Landscaping Inc
    Perfectly. Couldn’t be happier. We wouldn’t consider going elsewhere for any landscape work. Layla, Ron, and the field personnel are ALL very professional and considerate as well. I will not enter the cost below, but rest asssurred it was major work.
    - Allen C.
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    Metro Chimney & Masonry
    I enjoyed using this company. The crew and owner, including his son did a good job. They cleaned up well and the masonry work looks nice.
    - Michael E.
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    CROSSTOWN CONCRETE & BRICK PAVING INC
    Greg and his team were fantastic. Extremely professional and quick. They even let my 4 year-old assist them. They did beautiful brick detail to our driveway and repaired part of my walkway to the front. I definitely will be hiring him for future projects.
    - Elizabeth L.
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    TWIN CITY LANDSCAPE
    From our first telephone call to request a bid to the final inspection, everything went extremely well. Debbie was responsive, very knowledgeable and a pleasure to work with. The workmen who did the actual excavation and building did a fine job. If we ever undertake another project of this sort, we will go straight to Twin City Landscape.
    - Helen N.
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    Severson Masonry LLC
    Very well. Luke and crew did an excellent job. Of all the contractors that bid on the job Luke did the most complete analysis of what was needed before providing the estimate. Definitely would hire again.
    - scott M.
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    Hardline Concrete & Masonry
    I loved working with these guys and they did an excellent job. I hired them to rebuild the brick in front of my garage as well as install a sidewalk and apron. During the middle of the project we added a small stamped concrete patio. All work was professionally done. The work was clearly explained as to why they did things certain ways and the had very good communication. They were very prompt each day. I would use them again and they earned a strong recommendation from me.
    - Troy H.
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    Building Renewal Inc
    I cannot give high enough praises. I was treated with respect, with white glove service for every aspect of construction, repair snd remodel.
    - Laura E.
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    Craftsman's Choice Inc
    Our old garage was literally sinking into the ground, so we new we needed to replace it. We shopped around for years and ultimately got a bid from Craftsman because they had done such great work with other window and woodworking projects we've had. They came in at about the same price as two of our other lowest estimates, but with higher quality materials (HardiePlank instead of vinyl siding, etc) and we knew that they take pride in their work and were easy to work with. So we went with them. They tore down the old garage, laid the new foundation and framed it up in 2 weeks--it was lighting fast. After that, there was a bit of a delay in getting the siding up and finishing the project, but overall it was inordinately fast, about 4-5 weeks until final inspection, and all of our neighbors were surprised by the speed, quality and professionalism of the crew. The final product is beautiful, they are one of the best companies in the country for installing HardiePlank, the garage is extra tall, with an 8 foot tall door, 2x6 construction, plenty of storage room, and everything that we wanted. We had a fence that connected to the old garage and Craftsman even took care of moving the door and a panel to make it work with the new garage (larger footprint), as well as removing a bush to make a new path along side the garage. They took care of all the little details and didn't nickel-and-dime us, they just looked at it as one project that they wanted to do to our complete satisfaction, and they did so. We will definitely keep using them for any project they'll do and strongly recommend them. We have used a lot of contractors over the years to work on our old house, and they are the best in terms of a combination of quality/professionalism/price.
    - Brian R.
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    Craftsman's Choice Inc
    We selected Craftsman's Choice based upon reviews on the James Hardie WEB site and reviews on Angie's List.  We contacted the company and Ben came to our home to discuss the project and give us a quote.  Ben was very personable and explained the work and answered all of our questions to our satisfaction.  Ben gave us a list of customers in our area and we looked at several of the homes to evaluate the work appearance and quality.  The work was started as scheduled and took a little longer than planned due to weather issues. A project manager (Chris) was assigned to our job and he was knowledgeable and professional.  A 3 person crew was assigned to do the siding, soffit, fascia, door and window wrap work.  The same crew (Eric, Rick and Bennie) worked dally until the work was done (about 3 weeks).  We were impressed with their work and their professional skills.  They answered all of our questions that arose during the work process in a direct and pleasant manner.  The stone work was performed in 1 day by a separate crew from a subcontractor.  The stone work was done to our satisfaction and looks very nice.  The painting was performed about a week after the siding completion (to allow for the caulking to cure) in one day by a crew of 3 people.  Ben had noted that there was some rotting wood around 4 of our windows and said that when the siding was torn off that they would evaluate what needed to be done.  It was determined that the windows needed to be removed to repair the damage.  Ben did not pressure us but proposed replacing the windows rather than reinstalling the old (20 year old) windows.  We chose to replace the windows and that was done after they arrived in 1 day by a crew of 3.  This crew was different that those that did the siding but were also very knowledgeable and professional. Overall, the house looks great and we are very pleased with the results of the work performed by Craftsman's Choice.  We believe that they gave us a fair price and just took care of a number of minor things that came up during the process without charging us for each and every item.  Everyone that worked on our home was personable, highly skilled, and professional.  We enjoyed interacting with them as the work progressed.  We would have liked to have a little more pro-active communication from them during the various work steps to keep us informed about pending deliveries and starting dates for the various work steps.  We discussed this concern with Ben (one of the company owners) during a follow-up visit and he said they were growing rapidly as a company and planned to improve on this communication work.  Everyone (neighbors, friends, and relatives) that has seen our home has commented on how nice it looks and our neighbors were particularly impressed with the crew's daily clean-up to keep the home as neat and tidy as possible during the work process. We would highly recommend Craftsman's Choice to anyone that wanted siding and related work performed on their home.
    - Richard B.
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    Craftsman's Choice Inc
    What's the saying?  All is well that ends well?   That does a pretty good job summing up our experience with CC.  I can recommend them without hesitation and plan on future business.  There were problems that came up, some were quite significant, but it's not so much there were challenges but more of an issue of how CC handled those issues. While the idea of residing our house was something discussed, we had ugly EIFS (aka - fake stucco) and equally noxious vinyl siding, we didn't have that push to undertake a whole-home residing project.  Until, that is, we found evidence of water intrusion.  The moisture found was under a window located on the main floor.  And my-oh-my was there damage.  All framing directly underneath this window was completely rotten.  Blackened framing that looked horrible.  The cause was improper flashing on a brick row which funneled water directly into the wall ? 14 years of damage, BAD.  This was the first sign of trouble and what got us to move on this project.  Knowing the reputation of EIFS and with the damage discovered under the window we decided it was time to get some work done.  Contacted CC and other contractors to solicit a bid for the job. Keith from CC was our initial contact.  We made arrangements to meet and discuss our needs and get a quote for the work to be done.  The scope of the project was fairly large: - Reside house - Repair framing / insulation / vapor barrier / drywall under window due to water intrusion - Replace window - Remove top level of bricks and install a masonry cap with proper pitch When we first met Keith we were impressed with his readiness and demeanor ? I would describe it as quietly reassuring.  We showed him the damaged framing and window, discussed our initial ideas on siding and what we'd like to achieve once the job was all done.  With that Keith departed and  informed us it would be approximately 1 week to pull together the needed information and provide us with a cost estimate.   This all occurred during the Christmas holiday period so we were impressed with his attentiveness during a busy time for everyone. The cost estimate was emailed to us and provided exact detail on everything outlined.  Trust me when I say, you will have few questions about the scope of their work.  We reviewed their ?Siding Proposal Details? which clearly outlines what they will (and won't) do including details on what they will and won't repair should it be damaged during the siding installation process (this was relevant in our case).  At this point we were reasonably confident that CC would be our choice and after a couple of back-and-forths with Keith on what our ColorPlus color choice would be we gave the green light and got things rolling.  Approximately 5 weeks passed and was then notified all material were ready and CC got started.  Job commenced and a crew of about 6 laborers arrived. The project manager, Jeff, made a routine appearance but otherwise the crew-lead, Chris, was the daily go-to for anything.  Was told the job would take approximately 4 weeks and despite some thoroughly rotten spring weather they were true to their word. Now there were some problems along the way ? it's a big job so no surprise there.  The first issue was how the crew sided a bump-out.  The renderings Keith had done showed the whole of the bump-out sided in shingles.  The first attempt at siding this area was not going to work ? it looked nothing like shown in renderings so we asked them to do it over.  The problem was Jeff, the project manager, was not receptive to the idea.  In fact he was rather obstinate.  He made it clear that the job needed to get finished up and at this late stage a redo wasn't going to work.  From our perspective: wrong answer.  We made it clear that was not acceptable and made it clear to him.  Well, perhaps we caught Jeff at a bad time,  everyone has a bad day, but Chris surfaced the issue and made it clear that they'll do what they need to do to fix it.  Which they did.  Removed the siding  as originally installed and on the second try got it spot on.  Excellent.   The only other issue, and this was a big one, had to do with some damage done to a whole-home generator that sits adjacent to our home.  There wasn't any damage done to the generator itself ? it was the wiring within the wall near the generator.  These generators are about the size of small refrigerator lying on its side.  They kick on when the current cuts-out.  It was discovered,  while CC was installing siding near the generator, that the generator was not starting for its weekly exercise ? yes, that's what they call it, exercise.  I contacted the electrician that did the installation and to make a long story short it was discovered (after a LOT of time diagnosing the problem) a nail had missed its mark, the framing stud, and pierced the wiring conduit holding the power lines running from the generator to the sub-panel - OUCH.  This caused a short which prevented the generator from starting.  Not good.  I was informed by the electrician that none of his time was covered under the generator's warranty which meant we were on the hook for his time.   And that time is EXPENSIVE. It was a BIG bill.  This wasn't a pierced AC freon line. This was MANY hours of an electrician's time.  I asked the electrician to directly invoice CC and informed both Keith and Jeff of what happened and our expectation that they will cover this cost.  Without hesitation they informed me they would cover the cost and were fine with the direct billing by the electrician.  After some back-and-forth with the electrician and CC we finally got things ironed out between the two parties and the electrician was paid for his time.  All is well that ends well. Now, it should be said that one of the reason we were very enthusiastic about hiring CC is they explicitly state in their ?Siding Proposal Details? the following:  CC fixes any damage to your wiring or AC-lines caused by the siding installation at no additional charge.  Believe me, lots can go wrong on these jobs and this is a perfect example.  At a previous home we had reside by a different contractor and with damage to our AC lines we understood the importance of having a contractor that will repair those things they damage.  This is a perfect example of something that can go horribly wrong for both customer and contractor but did not because of how CC chose to deal with the issue:  they were true to their word.  Priceless!  Strengths: - Easy to work with ? everyone, from Keith to the siding crew - Attentive and responsive - Leaves work site in good condition - Stand behind their work Would I hire CC again?  Absolutely!
    - Jim A.
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