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Sunrooms And Patio reviews in Woodbury

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    Affordable Building LLC
    Alan came to meet with us to help decide what we wanted the porch to look like. He was very good in helping us put our ideas together. He came back in about a week to go over the plans and estimate with us. He explained how he would construct the porch and how long it would take. He was neat and professional in his work. . When he left at the end of the day the construction site was cleaned up. We are very excited about the finished porch and the installation of our new patio doors. Alan was great to work with.
    - Cindy O.
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    Redstone Builders LLC
    We needed the deck to be replaced. It is roughly 38 by 20. It is so big that we thought we may have a screened porch on one side so that the kids could enjoy without the bugs. And then we started to wonder what if we had a sunroom so that we can play all year instead. While we were at it, I thought I would really like to open up the kitchen to the family room. So, I went through Angie’s list and found the builders who got “A”s from every single person and categories for the kitchen and the deck. I found 2 companies for the kitchen and 2 other companies for the deck and the possible sunroom-because we didn’t know how much it’s going to cost to add a sunroom, we decided to ask them and give us a bid. I read every reviews of every one of them. Redstone was the one for the kitchen and the deck. I had the initial contact with Bob and until we decided which one we would go with, we had many dozens of e-mails back and forth. As someone mentioned “while we are at it,” is a deadly sentence in the renovation, we ended up deciding to make a guest room and a bathroom in our unfinished basement area because it would be “cheaper” to do it together while the people are already here working for us. We got a designer from Redstone for the kitchen so that companies can bid fairly on the same option. Redstone was little higher in the budget compared with the other company but there was an advantage because they do the deck also which can save some money. Their price for the deck was lower than other deck people. At that time, I already know that I wanted to go with Redstone because Bob was extremely responsive that I never even have to wait for a few hours. I thought there could be a lot of things going on during the renovation, it would be very important to have someone that you can really rely onto instead of just waiting. So, we decided to go with Redstone for the kitchen and the basement. The sunroom was still up in the air because of the price range- I made him give us bids 3 times on the sunroom-first rough bid, second bid on the draft’s man’s drawing, 3rd on the other deck company’s plan. While he didn’t even know he would get a job or not- let alone WE didn’t know if we would do it or not, he was extremely patient and responsive to every single question we had. By then, I was really hoping that he would come with the lowest bid so that we can go with him. And he did. We had many discussions before things really started. I told Bob he got the job on 5/28 and I told them all these need to be done by 7/15 so that I have a week to organize and decorate the room before my mom comes over from overseas. We had many more e-mails in a few days (because that’s what I prefer with my 2 little children and English being a second language). They started the work on Tuesday 6/1. The real impression starts here. Every single day, the workers made sure all the work area is covered and when they are done, they left the site clean-I wouldn’t pick up food and eat it but clean enough for 2 and 5 years old and 2 dogs(one of them is a blind). I was wondering why I only see Bob not Dan (co-owner) until then. When the work started I saw Dan more, a lot more-also wonderful. They deal with different things and work very efficiently. The other thing I loved about them is they have Maximum guaranteed price. They have allowance for things like countertop, appliances, kitchen sinks etc. and if we ended up buying one of them cheaper, then we are saving money that much. They are also really cool with what I can find online and give us honest advice. One evening, there was water leakage from the ceiling to the kitchen (a drop at a time in slow motion); I called Dan and left a message. The plumber came in 20 min and so did Dan. He made sure everything was fixed-even though the problem was the previous home owner stopped the leakage in a wrong way with the wrong pipe-Just little bit of jerking in the pipe broke the seal. They don’t compromise to save money on them-they make sure that WE are satisfied. They also have higher standard when they give you the bid as Bob said he rather gives higher bid and give you money back at the end than try to cheap out. I thought it could be the contractor’s excuse but he was telling the truth. Almost every single time, I asked for upgrade on certain thing, his answer has been “I think we can cover that”. We ended up actually renovating 8 rooms-kitchen, office (unfinished room to an office), add a full bathroom, sunroom (14 by18) going all the way down to create a guestroom underneath, new deck (18 by 20), powerder room and family room were painted and retexture on the ceiling. During the kitchen renovation, they left the stove, microwave and the fridge so that we can cook. Dan was at site every single time the new workers come in to make sure things are addressed right, done right and make sure the progress is easy on us. I was told about all the terrible stories and the stress you can get from the renovation but it wasn’t at all like that to us. Being gone about 11 days for a vacation during the renovation helped knowing that the work is under control by someone you can really trust. Things have been great. I’m very impressed with their work and personality. I cannot not mention Keith Pew-who does the demolition, frame work and pretty much everything else. He not only works very well but also a great person to be at the work site. You can tell that he cares. Every day, after work, he made sure all the work site is clean-vacuum and sweep with broom. He sometimes let the dogs out for us while I try to be out of site as much with 2 little ones. He really makes sure what is best for you and does it in a second-my 5 years old son wanted to invite his sons to his birthday party? Some people just do their best because that’s what they are, not because they want more jobs. I think Dan and Bob are like that. They are knowledgeable, honest and hardworking people in a very efficient manner. I felt like a renovation is a life in a miniature version and Dan and Bob are great parents in that small life making sure the children feel safe and guiding them to the right direction while let them make a lot of choices as long as it’s good and worthy. When there are unexpected surprises, Dan would say “It’s o.k. We can handle that.” If I say, I would like this, can we do this in our budget? Bob would say “We can cover it.”-In my mind, I feel like I’m saying “Mommy, may I have this?” and Bob was a generous mom. What about Keith? He has been a very nice babysitter making sure we are all taken care of while mom and dad are not always around. They support, listen and are so patient that I never had to go to the corner. I wish the very best to Redstone in the future.
    - ARTHUR L.
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    FOUR SEASONS ROOFING & SIDING
    ALTHOUGH SHEILA AND JEFF WERE NOT UNFRIENDLY, THEIR WORKER INCORRECTLY INSTALLED THE WINDOWS SUCH THAT WATER WAS LEAKING INTO THE WALLS OF THE PORCH. BY THE TIME I FIGURED OUT THE PROBLEM, JEFF AND SHEILA HAD LEFT THE COMPANY. FORTUNATELY, GREGG SCHMIDT, ANOTHER 4-SEASONS CONTACT FIXED THE PROBLEM AND DID VERY GOOD WORK.
    - JOHN C.
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    Lulicon Inc
    Great interaction although only one.
    - Shantel R.
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