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    Two River Interiors LLC
    We purchased a mother/daughter house in spring 2015. The main house needed remodeling and we wanted to completely renovate the smaller unit including the kitchen and bathroom (included reconfiguring the bathroom and moving a wall). The main unit work included a remodeling to make the main bathroom senior friendly and we added central A/C to both units. We also needed quite a bit of landscaping done which included removing concrete around the pool and repaving, adding a new fence & sod, building a fire pit and plantings. Andrew and his design team worked very closely with us during the planning stage to make sure that all our needs (and wants) were being met. They did professional renderings of the space with the proposed changes and made sure that we were happy with the final product before starting on any of the major projects. Andrew did a great job from start to finish on this project and I would say he has the ability to not only focus on the larger aspects of the job but also notice the smaller details. He even went above and beyond and spoke to the neighbors during the demolition stage so that they would know what to expect which I thought was a great and I'm sure they appreciated. All of the work that Andrew's team did was of the highest quality and we trusted him to get everything done to code and to our standards. Andrew has a good network of subcontractors and other specialists in the area and coordinated every aspect of the project so we didn't have to worry about finding different people for different jobs. This was extremely important since we weren't on site while work was being completed and didn't have the time to deal with this. If at any point we were unhappy with anything he would propose a solution and try to work with us. We ran into a few unforeseen issues since the house was older (which I think happens on almost any project!) but Andrew worked with us to explain everything and made sure they were taken care of. We are extremely happy with all the work that Andrew and his team did. The guys who work with him are trustworthy and worked hard and we couldn't have done any of this without them. I can honestly say that I was so excited with how spot on the finished project was compared to the vision that I had in mind at the beginning. I would definitely recommend Two Rivers and would hire them for any other projects.
    - Michelle R.
  • A
    Big Dog Construction LLC
    Telly was prompt and professional throughout the process from estimate to final discussion. He kept me informed of problems as they arose and how they were resolved. He also shared a great deal of information on the materials and processes being used. His crew was first rate as well. The tile work was impeccable in spite of a difficult space to work with (bowed walls and settling floor). The tile scheme was white tiles with gray grout so that any imperfection would have been magnified. The drywall finishing was particularly impressive with sharp corners and invisible seams. I wish I had found Big Dog earlier in my condo renovation and would definitely use them again
    - Walter T.
  • F
    Kitchen Wizard and More LLC
    This contractor lacks integrity and quality of performance is questionable.  Contract date was dated Jan 23, 2015 which 1/3 deposit was paid.  Today, the job is "in progress" with maybe 15% completion.  Everytime I contacted him about status, where he's at, its one excuse after another, such as issue with boiler at home, truck broke down, I have the flu this week, my wife is sick, etc. 
    Tony Skulitz charged me separately $200 to replace all the valves, and then nothing got replaced, though he stated sure dont worry about it I already purchased them.  I wanted the kitchens vented, which he charged me another $400 each and I asked what material, and how the work would be carried out.  Tony stated he's using the flex pipe and run up the attic to roof.  I stated to him the use of flex pipe is fire hazardous and voids the manufacturer warranty on the fan.  This kitchen wizardstated that's what he used all the time in other homes that he worked on that required vented kitchen fans.  I said no flex pipe, he asked what should be used???  
    He started laying down tiles last week even before finishing up the drywall in the kitchen.  The plaster seams on drywall was bumpy, not even sanded down. 
    I requested diagonal design on tiling, he didnt' cut or purchase borders and left the floor with these 1 inch triangles pieces around the perimeter.  I told him it was a horrible job, issues with alignment and lipage.  He text me back to mark them and he will fix.  I was at the house yesterday, he didnt even show up to work.  PLEASE BEWARE.
    - nina l.
  • A

    I was looking to purchase a hammer drill and did not know much about them.  As soon as I began looking at them, a sales associate who was knowledge with the product answered all my questions.  As a result I made the purchase.  I find most Home Depot Sales Associates to be very outgoing, friendly and helpful.

    - Kenneth L.
  • C
    EKB Kitchen & Bath Remodelers

    We met with the Economy sales rep at their showroom and arranged to have measurements taken and an estimate provided. The rep took the measurements and produced a design on graph paper, basically reproducing the old cabinet lineup. Another employee produced a CAD drawing of the design with generic representations of the appliances. We accepted the estimate and signed a contract on 4-13-13. Installation was to begin in 6-8 weeks and be completed in approximately 6 weeks, putting the estimated completion date around 7-21-13  We obtained the necessary permit, ordered appliances and provided the rep with the model numbers as requested. Economy's electrician came out, surveyed the job and determined that no additional work was needed (the service was sufficient). Removal and installation of the cabinets started on schedule. A subcontractor came out to make a template for the countertop. When it was due to be delivered Economy was told that our original choice of stone was not available. A similar pattern by a different manufacturer was ordered. This countertop was installed by the sub after Economy's installer added some bracing that wasn't in place. The countertop sub took measurements rather than a template for the full backsplash. When it was delivered and installed it was off by enough that the electrical outlet boxes didn't line up, the corner detail was slightly off and the stove opening didn't match the installation specs (I printed these out online and gave copies to the sub and Economy's installers). The countertop sub came back and with some grinding and rearranging the outlets made them fit. Next came the appliance installation. Economy's installer couldn't get the stove in place and left, saying the countertop subs would have to come back. I later discovered that the problem was the bracing that was installed for the countertop was too large. I corrected that and put the stove in place. Next the refrigerator was put in its opening which turned out to be too narrow and too shallow. The depth of the refrigerator wasn't considered when the design was done, only the width and that was made too small by the installer. I requested that the refrigerator opening be changed with deeper panels. These were ordered. In the meantime the dishwasher walked off its mounting the first time it was used and Economy sent another installer back to reinstall it. The new panels came in, were installed and the installation completed . I went to the showroom to discuss the problems and make the final payment for the first phase on 8-8-13. The rep took $366. off the bill for my trouble.

    Economy's rep came out to measure for the second phase and we signed a contract 9-19-13 with installation to start in 4-6 weeks and be completed in 1 and 1/2 weeks, around 11-15-13. Their electrician was to be involved but he was on vacation so I was asked to contract that work myself. By 11-12-13 I hadn't heard from Economy. I called them and was told that the cabinets are in and that another employee will schedule the installation and call me. 11-21-13 I call and ask for the scheduler. He doesn't know anything about my job but will have the rep call me when he comes back. I call again and rep schedules installation for 11-26-13. Cabinets and installers arrive. Out of three cabinets one is the wrong cabinet (2 drawers instead of 1). Hardware can't be installed because the installer didn't bring long screws and one drawer can't be fully opened because it doesn't clear a piece of trim. I decided to accept the cabinets as is rather than wait for a replacement. The installer made a template for the countertop and the stone was ordered. 12-12-13 I called to check on the stone. It was in and installation was then scheduled for 12-16-13. The rep said he would come with the installer. 12-16-13 the installer arrived with a helper but without the rep. The counter top didn't fit so the sheetrock had to be cut out and patched as well as the holes created trying to get it to fit. I provided a piece of sheetrock and Economy's installer patched the hole and gave it the first coat of spackle. The installer asked for and received the final payment before leaving.

    It is now 1-3-13 and I have had no further communication from Economy. No "How did the job go?" No "Thank you for your $28,500. worth of business". Given all the problems, I wouldn't use Economy again and can't recommend them, but if you are going to use Economy, first of all, do your homework. Don't expect much in the way of design services so know what you want in detail. Also be prepared to supervise the installation. Again, do your homework, get the installation guides and read them because chances are the installer hasn't and may be surprised by what is called for (i.e. cabinets on a floating floor). Finally, don't expect much in the way of communication, be prepared to call them.

    - Walter T.
  • A
    Great. Answered any questions I had. Timeline they gave me was accurate. Came back when and touched up/ fixed a few things I had questions about. Would recommend them for any kitchen renovation.
    - Sue S.
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    - Brian S.
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    - Ellen P.
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