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  • A
    It took about a week to complete the part of the project that Alpine did. We are still waiting on the painter to come and do the touch-up work (a separate contractor) They ran into a glitch when the carpet was removed and discovered that the subfloor was uneven. The problem was a support beam that had warped. They removed the sub-floor and planed down the warped beam so that the floor was level. All of the workers were professional. The crew that stained the floor were gracious in changing the color after I had second thoughts about the initial color that I had chosen. They put down several stain samples for me to choose from. All in all a pleasant experience.
    - Gloria W.
  • A
    Green Gable Contracting LLC
    We had already worked with Matt and Nick before on our Guest Bathroom, and they continued to be a pleasure to work with. Also for these jobs: reasonable in price, very flexible, dedicated, clean and precise. We have an older home that is not staight at all and they did a great job tiling the new shower and around the bath. It took some extra time as we had very thick tiles that were hard to cut, but they were done within our deadline. Will definitely use them again.
    - Meinske d.
  • A
    Green Gable Contracting LLC
    After a bad experience with our previous contractor, it was such a pleasure to work with these guys!
    Nick and Matt are responsive, neat (always put sheets on the floor, cleaned everything), reasonable in price, they take great pride in the quality of work. They made sure that we were happy every stage of the project and if there was a hick up they went above and beyond to fix it. Not only do they deliver, but they are truly a pleasure to have around. We will be using them in the very near future for our other bathroom.
    - Meinske d.
  • A
    EKB Kitchen & Bath Remodelers
    Tom responded to my inquiry on Angies List and came to prepare a estimate with a drawing & measurements. He made a recommendation to adjust one wall which was a great idea. His quote was very accurate for both time and cost. He recommended a Standard Tile in Edison as source for tile. He also referred me to Innovate Stones in Linden for quartz vanity top. Both of his vendors were very good. Tom coordinated the work schedule and the permits needed. All the work was performed by Krz (aka Chris) with help from and Domingo. Tom advised when the guys would arrive each day and they were always here as expected. The guys took great care to protect the wall to wall carpet from their daily arrivals and bringing supplies in from the truck and out with demotion debris. And they cleaned up & swept each day before they left.  When they got stuck in traffic or had jury duty, I received a call to let me know of any delay or absence. Of course, the inspections were favorable and the work was completed in the 3 weeks as estimated. The quality of the work is outstanding and I love my new bathroom. The overall finished room is stunning and I wish I had done this years ago with this awesome team.
    - Ann G.
  • B
    Alpine Flooring LLC
    After some confusion about the start date, they came as scheduled and put in a new hardwood floor with contrast banding. they were responsive to our requests. They cleaned up thoroughly after the job.
    - Peggy E.
  • A
    Harty Bros Carpet & Vinyl
    Harty Brothers provided excellent service.  They have a vast quantity of selection in the store.  They then came out to our house to measure and ordered the product, which arrived within a few days.  We schedule the install and the installer was prompt and careful in his work.  We plan to use Harty Brothers again next year when we replace the wall to wall carpeting throughout the house.
    - Karen M.
  • C
    Class Carpet & Floor Superstore
    I have to get a refund because they don't do small jobs, nor do they work in Somerset County New Jersey. The offer didn't state it was only for large jobs, and Somerset County was listed as a location they serve.
    - Beverly D.
  • A
    Fabio Hardwood Floors
    Fabio did an excellent job. We had to re-finish the floors in the whole house. We checked Angie's List and found Fabio and his crew.  And we have not regretted it. His people are very good. Everything is done very professionally, cleanly and smoothly.  And quickly too. Fabio's crew is not cheap, but worth every penny of it.  Would call again if I need the floors done. Will recommend.
    - Ludmila K.
  • B
    Perfection Hardwood Floors
    Initially took forever for the company to contact me and schedule a service date, but the work was outstanding.   I love the floors.   The manager just needs some organizational skills training.
    I initially gave them an F because I didnt think they were going to schedule the work, but they finally did so Im regrading them.
    - Cheryl K.
  • C
    Monk's Home Improvements

    I chose this contractor based on the Angie's list reviews. The foreman, Gilbert, is more responsive than the garage door contractor and the window contractor I recently picked, although all of them got A ratings by Angie's members and the "super service reward" stamp.

    The crew working on the floor would follow my request, choosing the better wood pieces from the boxes. However, I could not be there watching them all the time. After driving my kid to the summer camp and back in 30 minutes, or after I came back from lunch, there would be some pieces with obvious scratches or dark dots that do not look good -- but they were already nailed in the middle of somewhere therefore it would not make sense to redo, say, 100 square feet, just to take 2 pieces out.

    For the whole 750 square feet bedroom area, I bought more than 1200 square feet of the Bruce solid oak floor from Home Depot. At the end of the project, I was left with a lot of unused oak pieces with good quality that look much better than some pieces installed. And all the boxes were open, so I could not return them to Home Depot for any refund -- actually I do not care about the refund -- I did not ask the contractor for any discount regarding the installation price when signing the contract. At the end of the project, they told me that if I wrote the check payable to cash, then I do not have to pay the $770 sales tax -- but I declined the offer. All I want is a good looking floor because, how many times do we need to get a new solid wood floor in our lifetime? I thought I was paying for quality, but it seems that their marketing is better than the actual work they did for me -- or maybe it's just me. 

    Also, the crew would put the heavy power stapler on the wood that is already installed, which is more convenient for them while working on the conjunct area. Whenever I saw that, I would put the cardboard underneath the stapler and remind them to do the same. They would obey the demand, but only for a while. As a result, they left quite some small holes and dents on the floor. I talked to the foreman and he put the Minwax wood putty to cover those holes. However, only at the last day of the work did I find out that on the label of the Minwax putty there is a fine print: in the state of California, such putty is known to cause cancer, etc. Since we live in New Jersey, I guess that is OK. Anyway, I told them to stop filling holes and leave them as is.

    Before signing the contract, they asked me if I need to paint the walls after installing the floor. I declined since the current paint looks fine. Eventually I saw why they asked. The crew used rubber head hammer to get the wood close to each other but the hammer left a lot of black marks on the walls and the wood floor. These marks are hard to clean when I used wet cloth. After talking to the foreman, it became my responsibility to find the right color paint to match the current one -- they would only use a brush to do the covering up. At this point, I just do not have enough time to repaint the whole walls and wait for the dry up.

    They also installed 14 stair treads and 13 risers. Again, with the help of many Minwax putty, everything looks acceptable at the end of the project. Now after 7 days, I found gaps between 3 pairs of the tread and riser, each of them about one sixteenth inch wide and range from 13 to 29 inches long. It would be interesting to see how many more such cracks will show up as time goes by.

    - XUE D.
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