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  • A
    MGE did a great job! Mike, the owner. was friendly, courteous, and explained everything clearly from the beginning so there were no surprises. These were huge projects (lower level was flooded and needed complete restoration. Because of the efficient way that Mike and his excellent crew and sub-contractors worked, things went smoothly. I would gladly recommend Mike and MGE Construction If I have more work to be done I would hire them again in a heartbeat!
    - Alice K.
  • A
    Platinum Remodeling & Handyman Services
    Great. Platinum was great about communicating what would be done and when. The workers came when I was told they would come and did what I was told they would do. When issues arose, I was told about them and they were dealt with. Their professionalism, superior communication and follow-through are what sets Platinum apart from other construction companies.
    - Carol H.
  • B
    K2 Bath Deck & Kitchen
    I hired K2 because I liked their people; because their ideas and thoughts on the remodel furthered my own, and they came with good references. I had them redo my main bathroom from the studs out, and push out a wall to get more room for a walk-in shower (in place of the tub). They built a knee wall for the shower and tiled the floor, the shower and the walls up to chair rail height; installed a new pedestal sink and toilet, and hung three wall cabinets. I am very pleased with the results and impressed with the craftsmanship, especially regarding the tile; I requested a basket weave design for the floor and subway tile for the walls, and they did an excellent job. They did a lot of work in the house but always took pains to clean and pick things up at the end of the day. The reasons I would be ambivalent about hiring them again were poor to middling communications and the length of time it took to complete the work. Regarding communications, there were few check-ins during the project -- unless I initiated them -- and I was often in the dark about what was happening until it was too late to do anything about it. My biggest gripe along this line is that I didn't get the sink I had contracted for. I had chosen one with an especially wide lip and flat bottom for maximum utility, but the one installed was of a different brand, with a curved bottom and a narrower lip. By the time I realized this, the sink had been installed; it's a fine sink, but it was annoying that we hadn't talked beforehand. The toilet had been chosen to match the sink, but that too was different. Regarding the time of the project: When we first discussed the work, they talked about 3 to 4 weeks, perhaps starting in January or February. When I signed on the dotted line, it was 6 to 8 weeks. In the end, the project was launched in April and took a full 13 weeks. I recognize that it's impossible to guarantee a completion date, but my friends thought the project took way too long and in the end I have to say I agree. Much of my frustration came toward the end, when the project was nearly wrapped up but they had neglected to re-install the duct grate and neatly trim out the opening in the drywall. The project manager, a very good guy (I liked all the K2 people on the project, from the salesman to the workers), came to the house twice on the weekends to take care of some last-minute tasks, which I appreciated. But by the end I was terribly anxious to shoo all out of them out of the house, clean things up and get things back in order. Bottom line: K2 does very good work and my experience with them was satisfactory. But they still left some room for improvement, which is why I can't give them five stars all around.
    - KEVIN D.
  • A
    Barreto's Services LLC
    The company was referred to my daughter by one of her coworker. Initially my daughter's primary interest was to have her popcorn ceiling scraped and replaced with knock down ceiling. She also wanted painting done in her lower level. After visiting with owners she learned that they had Handyman experience and had very good ideas. she ask if the could remodel her bathroom. They removed the old tile floor in the bathroom, replaced with new tile, removed the old vanity and plumbing and replaced with new. They were very friendly and easy to communicate with. They didn't talk over her head and were very creative with ideas and solutions. May daughter has already agreed to hire them for other "Handyman" projects in her home as will I in my home.
    - JOHN H.
  • A
    The Magic Painting Co
    The Magic Painting team were very punctual and professional, attentive to all our particular needs and requests. They got the job done in very timely fashion, right on schedule, and were very careful to use drop cloths in every place neede to that no pqint spatterd on furniture or cabinets or appliances or the floor, and they did a get job of cleanup, They did a great jobe with the new texture!
    - WALT T.
  • A
    Handy Rite
    I have worked with Ben on a couple of projects in my home. Even though I usually dislike having people work in my home (invasive, dirty etc) it was extremely easy with Ben. He listens to what I want / need and delivers smoothly. As a single woman, I must say, he made things extremely easy, hence, me not stressing with the home projects. He pretty much takes care of everything - including the ordering, picking up. He is professional, transparent, quick response and clean with project. And I dont feel the intrusion or am I left with a dirty home. The other major part for me is trust. He has mine.
    - Alexandra R.
  • A
    Green Clean Restoration & Carpet Care
    We had water damage in our basement due to a failed sump pump. We decided to hire Green Clean for all phases of our project including final finishing work phase replaciing drywall, millwork, and painting. Overall we were very pleased with the work that Jason and Mitch did with all the finishing work. They were always on-time, approached the job with a high degree of professionalism, and were very nice to work. Our project manager, Rhett Trotter, did a great job keeping us informed through out the project. Rhett was very helpful educating us on the different carpet options available that fell within our budget related to our insurance claim. We would highly recommend Green Clean as a contractor to complete your finishing work in your home following water damage.
    - Jeff S.
  • A
    A to Z Contracting Inc.
    Very well. Val's team was prompt courteous and very neat! They cleaned up completely every day, their work was excellent and the tile work near perfect. Val made some useful suggestions on the final design that really improved the final look of the bathroom. They started on time and finished on time( 5 days). Everything is plumb and square, all lines are straight and there are no leaks in the plumbing
    - Andrew P.
  • F
    Fair & Square Remodeling LLC
    This is more of a eulogy of the deceased; as this business, owner/CEO Mike Otto, has declared bankruptcy and at this time there are about 18 law suits filed against him/his company in court. BUTTTTTTTT...���..YOU CAN LEARN what TO DO and NOT TO DO by carefully reading this review (BTW: We personally did not sue him). My wife and I wanted to totally update our 12'x14' kitchen using the same floorplan and then move an 8'6" wall between the current half bath and the garage pushing that wall 18" into the garage for extra room and turn that into a laundry room. Keep in mind that except for that 8'6" wall, no walls were moved and the WasteDrainVent and supply lines were already there for the washer, as well as the 220volt line and connection. (I know a lot about construction, have a big workshop, but I have a lot of health problems that prohibit my doing the work-but I do have to be honesty and say I have never worked in that field). We met with Mike Otto (CEO) at our home. He is a very tall, very stocky blonde haired white man, in his 40's. I'm 6'3" and he towered over me. He seemed liked a nice guy and had been written up in the Star Tribune in Feb 2016 (you can Google that) with a photo of him stating he had a new way of bundling remodeling projects to make the process easier. OUR 1ST MISTAKE: We only talked to him; no other bids. No matter how happy you are or think you are with one businesses proposal, get two others! At the least, it gives you time to think. Our first red flag should have been that he had me sign a very long contract, but then took it with him. Leaving no copy for us nor the State of MN required "Right to Cancel" paperwork. I had to call his office and it took almost a business week to get it emailed to us, technically past the cooling off period of three days. Mike Otto stated to us that it would take 2 months to do this. New Cabinets, flooring, appliances, and a pass thru in the wall from the kitchen to the dining room. Apparently this featured article in the Tribune had garnered him a flood of new business, and he was not able to turn any of it down, even though he had about 13 people working in his office and 2 carpenters. We had 16 sub contractors on our project.....sixteen. The start date kept getting pushed back a month at a time. We finally asked him over to our house and stated we wanted "out". We would pay any reasonable cost on his part (realize NOT a single nail had been driven yet). He gave us a bill for over $30k. (MISTAKE AGAIN: We should have gotten a lawyer). His contract actually had a clause that if you sue him and lost, you had to pay for his attorney fees! When they finally did get started it was a few hours at our home and then on to another project. We would get emails at 11:30 at night that they were going to be there at 7 AM. We had sub contractors showing up with NO announcement. Mr. Otto had leased a suite of offices in the Waterford Office Park and leased new SUV's for his project managers. Everything else was sub'd out. He even had two accountants at one time. Although they had a person who was listed as procurement person to help you pick out appliances, flooring, cabinets and such; no one every helped us. We designed and picked out all the colors, cabinets, counter tops, faucets, sinks (2), paint, flooring and tile work ourselves. Mr. Otto invited us into his suite of offices to apparently show off show 3D glasses software where we could walk through our kitchen. The only problem; they had our kitchen all done incorrectly. I informed Mr. Otto that I can go over to the supplier and touch and feel the cabinets and such, this 3D viewer is of no value. As more and more problems occurred we would get different project managers. We had four total. The first one, Beth, was the only one who actually had a background in residential construction. One of the project managers they assigned to us had a history background after studying in England. But she didn't know a header from a king stud. Mike Otto hired a man with the sole purpose of trying to get his business back on track. I actually had the female accountant tell me when I called and told her the next installment was on the way; "Oh thanks, we really need that money." The man Mr. Otto hired told us he could not get him to stop getting signed projects when they were so far behind finishing projects and cash poor. The last straw was when someone had previously broken off a large drain/vent pipe in the wall, then the insulation was used to cover the mistake and the wall sheet rocked, the cabinets, flooring and countertops installed. Then the plumbers found out there was no drain pipe for the sink. They had to tear out very expensive Omega cabinets, Cambria counter tops and LVT flooring and cut the sides out of two of the cabinets. The man (second in charge) sat down with my wife and I and stated "what do you want to do". We said we just want Mike Otto to walk away. Mr. Otto still wanted over $8,000, saying he didn't have enough to pay his sub contractors. We then discovered that we had been billed $13,000 over the contract price, besides the many, many "change Orders" that always included a hefty amount each. We finally got a very good attorney : MISTAKE #2: Hire the attorney BEFORE you even sign the contract. It will cost about $200-$300, but it will give you peace of mind and information. We ended up owing Mr. Otto, so the $13,000 plus went to that. At this point we just wanted him to void the contract and we would both sign and also provide us with the mechanic lien waivers. It took him months of lying and excuses before he signed the paperwork, but we never got the waivers, and he still insisted on a 6 month non disclosure agreement. I spoke to all of the subs and many had not been paid. One lady at a business stated Mr. Otto actually asked her to just forge a waiver and send it to him. Otto would email me saying he had all the waivers, when that was nothing but a lie. We actually got off fairly good. We probably lost $6k with attorney fees, maybe a bit more. But what we really lost was time. We have a new GC in charge and the project will be done in 3-4 months. That will be a total of 2 years 6 months since Mike Otto started this less than 300 square foot project in March 2017. I have no doubt that Mr., Mike Otto will once again start up a new contracting business under a new name. I personally don't know him, but all I've got to say is, once you get bit, don't put your hand down there again. Find another dog to pet.
    - MARK M.
  • A
    Lawrence went above and beyond the call of duty. The work is flawless and you can't tell there was a hole in the ceiling. I appreciate his work and if needed I would not hesitate to have him do another repair.
    - Matthew M.
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