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  • A
    We have been using the kitchen for several months now, and are still as happy as the day it was done. Great service, very professional and they completed the work just under budget. The team was polite, hard working and clean. The quality of design and materials are very good. We are now planning to have all the bathrooms redone by Ehrlich's next year. Very pleased overall and would recommend Ehrlich's Kitchens and Baths.
    - Ellen P.
  • A
    We went to the Page location and worked with Joe. He was readily available for anything we needed and he was also a great resource. I HIGHLY recommend Joe at Beck Allen Cabinetry!! He is one of best professionals we have ever worked with. Thanks Joe!
    - Susan R.
  • A
    We had an excellent experience with this company. All those we interacted with: the owner, the designer, production manager and installers, were incredibly accommodating and responsive. The cabinets are of high quality and we are delighted with them. The pricing is similar to what we would have spent at Lowe's, but with custom design and detailing that put them in a different class. Highly recommend.
    - Marcia M.
  • A
    We are very happy with the work Good Neighbors did remodeling our small decades-old kitchen. As part of the remodel we had them install double pocket doors in a supporting wall between the kitchen and an adjoining bedroom. We also had them incorporate most of a hall closet into the kitchen space. With these two changes they were able to comfortably add an island and more than double our counter space.  All the work except plumbing and electrical was done by the very competent and trustworthy crew of Chris and Caleb, who answered all of our questions and gave very helpful advice and generally kept the workspace clean. The quality of work is good to excellent. Tom, one of the owners, came up with a wonderful layout for the wall tile.
        The sub-contractor doing the small amount of plumbing was very good. The electrical work included replacing the main panel, running all new electric lines, and installing both "can" lights and pendant lights. This subcontractor did excellent work and correctly diagnosed a line problem on Ameren's end that had plagued us with dimming lights for years when we ran appliances--this was fixed for free after they called. Unfortunately the electricians worked evenings and weekends with almost no advance notice; we were told by Good Neighbors that this was not their usual contractor. Regardless, everything turned out great and all inspections were passed with no problems. 
        How the project progressed: After a quick initial visit from Steve (the other owner), he brought in Joanne Conley from Henry Plumbing (also listed on Angie's list) who did the actual kitchen design and helped us select all the materials and cabinets. Her attention to detail was amazing, and she immediately noted one hidden problem (easily solved) that neither Steve nor us had noticed. We definitely give her an "A". Joanne then referred us to the appliance company. She contracted the countertop installer. After that Tom, Chris, and Caleb took over, with us making sure to "touch base" every day or two.
        The project was completed within budget and ran about two weeks over the projected six weeks. Besides a couple snow days, most of the delay was due to us deciding to change the location of the island and its overhead pendant lights well into the remodel (and after the ceiling had been painted). The fact that Good Neighbors would do this for us so late in the game without any resistance speaks very highly of their desire to please their customers.
    - William S.
  • A
    According to my brother & sister-in-law, the project went great.  The owner came to start the project and stopped by almost every day.  The worker was meticulous and did great work.  No complaints...only praise for a job well done.
    - Robert K.
  • B
    I found Mr. Poinitski by searching for Amish furniture on line. My kitchen was redone almost 20 years ago with beautiful Amish cabinets, except for an ugly island. (I could not afford an Amish built island at the time.) Aside from the long wait, it went very well. There were no problems. I was a little nervous that so much time elapsed after I had paid $900. I was afraid that I might have to kiss that money good-by. But in the end it worked out fine. Mr. Poinitski took care to match the wood and pattern of the new island with my existing 20 year old cabinets. The new island now looks like it fits right in.
    - GEORGIA S.
  • A
    We received gorgeous craftsmanship that looks great. It was ready two weeks prior to our promised date. Working with Eric was a joy.
    - Trevor S.
  • A
    I couldn't have ask for a more positive experience. Ron took care of us like we were old friends. Their attention to detail and their customers was outstanding.
    - LINDSEY B.
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