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    I found Remodeling Network LLC online and set a appointment with ED to go over a kitchen/bathroom design for my moms house. Ed was great he drew up concept drawings and gave me a great contractor to complete the work. The job came out great. Ed and his staff are extremely professional. I would recommend this company. Most Important Remodeling Network LLC works within your budget. Thanks Again Rich
    - Richard K.
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    Amazing job with our bathroom!! Could not be any happier with the result. I had tiles put in as well as shower, toilet, mirror and sink. Will definitely hire G&G construction agian!! Highly recommend G&G!
    - Angelika C.
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    Tools to the Rescue is the best of the best and the only contractor I trust alone in my house. They did an absolutely incredible job ripping out my 1937 lathe, metal wire, and plaster bathroom and replacing it with a shiny, new, modern one. Tools to the Rescue managed every part of the job while we were on vacation and communicated with us as needed, and sent progress photos, keeping us fully in the loop. They helped walked us through the entire design process as well, letting us know the pros and cons of each of our potential decisions. Tools to the Rescue went the extra mile to stay late whenever necessary to get the job done on time and under budget. Their craftsmanship is beyond compare and they never settle for anything less than perfection. Tools to the Rescue were very personable and exceptionally clean, leaving everything sparkling clean each day. I really can't say enough good things about them and give them my highest possible recommendation!!!
    - Marty C.
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    Eduardo does excellent work and is a talented designer. He understood our vision for the kitchen and was able to help me express that to the Lowe's design rep who worked with us. He explained all the steps in the process to me, which was more complex then I knew. He & and his team installed custom cabinets from Lowes and the backsplash, as well as removal and replacement of the old backspash in back of the old cabinets. He painted the old cabinets to match the new installed ones, and finished the job once the granite counter tops were installed. He also created custom pull-out drawers for two very deep cabinets that were useless to me. His work was done perfectly and he and his team always cleaned up after they finished. I would definetly hire him again. His prices are honest and fair.
    - Badria M.
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    Great communication, high quality work performed - professional. We have received many compliments on quality of the work including from City inspectors. Cristina was very helpful with design / supplier suggestions, assisted us with choosing the tile, kept us updated on work schedule and was quick to respond to my questions. Daniel and Serg. were the onsite carpenters, plumbers and tile masons. Installation of Powder Room was completed before demo of 1st floor bathroom could begin. Powder Room (Basement) - Created a 5' x 5' powder room within laundry room in basement. Crew chipped through concrete slab and hand dug soil along a narrow trench from proposed powder room over to the existing main sewer pipe within laundry. Studded out the walls using pressure treated lumber along floor and closing in walls with moisture- and mold-resistant gypsum board. Placed bead board along bottom half of walls. Porcelain tile flooring with wood effect. 1st floor bathroom - Complete demo of 1st floor bathroom down to studs. Replaced sections of water damaged flooring/wall structure. A waterproof membrane was placed over entire bathroom floor creating a wet room for a barrier free (curbless) shower. The 12" x 12" floor tiles were sloped within the shower toward a linear drain with tile insert along the back wall. I would recommend and would hire Cristina and Daniel again. Thanks for the beautiful bathrooms.
    - Bill C.
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    (This message originally sent to Home Geeks office:) I want to take this opportunity to compliment your wonderful crew on two jobs very well done. I really can't say enough good things about Denis Esposito and his partner, Mike (whose last name, regrettably, I didn't get). The interior work they did on my basement and kitchen, as well as the exterior work above my bay window all turned out beautifully. Their hard work (under some brutal weather conditions), attention to detail, and dedication to quality was nothing short of exceptional. I've never seen any workmen go so far above and beyond the call of duty as they did (particularly Denis). I hope you'll pass my thanks to Denis and Mike for their outstanding efforts. The repairs to my home that they completed far exceed "satisfactory." On that basis, I'd have no reservations in contacting Home Geeks for any future work to be done, or in recommending the company to anyone needing a high-quality contractor. Sincerely, Rick
    - Rick V.
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    This was a 6-month long process (starting in July of 2017), involving the total renovation of the first floor (new kitchen, bathrooms, central air, electrical upgrade, etc.), after which the project paused while we moved downstairs. Then, the same was done to the second floor, along with new siding and a new roof. Throughout the entire process, the owner Chris and the project manager Jeff were right on top of everything, letting us know when to expect the various trades and ensuring that the project moved along swiftly. All of the work done was first-rate, and the few problems that came up were addressed in a timely and satisfying manner. We now have a 2-family home that we are proud of, all thanks to Chris and all the people at Magnolia.
    - Charles A.
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    There was a bit of a delay at the start which was no big deal, but in hindsight was clearly a sign of things to come. By Memorial Day weekend, our master bath was 60% complete but Vinny the Master of Delays and Excuses promised it would be completed shortly and he would be able to start on the guest bath immediately thereafter. Another 25% payment ($2,100) was made in good faith with the now delusional thinking that the bathrooms would be done in a week and the kitchen would commence by June 1. Fast forward to mid-July, our master bath was now 95% done (no shower door) and our guest bath was 75% done (no vanity and wall tiling 85% complete). In order to complete the guest bath, Vinny the Master of Delays and Excuses asked for an additional $1,359 to cover cost overruns for materials that exceeded initial estimates. It took two months to almost complete two bathrooms but it took literally two hours for him to show up to collect the check. Hmmmmm���.. Fast forward to Labor Day weekend���.. our master bath remains 95% complete (still no shower door) but our guest bath is complete (hiphiphooray!) and kitchen remains at 0%. Fast forward to early October���.. our shower door is in (hallelujah!) and the subcontracted counter guys have come to do measurements (holy progress batman!). On October 12th, Vinny the Master of Delays and Excuses requested our credit card number for a deposit on counters. Knowing that we were withholding the last 25% payment ($2,000) until counter work was completed, we were not about to provide a credit card number to him. Instead, we dealt directly with the counter guys. On October 23rd, the counters were installed (I have no negative comments about them and hope they do not lose business on account of Vinny the Master of Delays and Excuses) and we set up an appointment with Vinny the Master of Delays and Excuses to install and reconnect our faucet and dishwasher water lines and to discuss backsplash tiling timing for 9am on October 24th. By 5pm of October 24th, Vinny the Master of Delays and Excuses was a no-show, not answering texts and not picking up calls. At this point, we have decided to hire another contractor to finish up what Vinny the Master of Delays and Excuses failed to complete (installing and reconnecting water lines and installing backsplash tiles). In summary, DO NOT HIRE! The experience was entirely frustrating and we are thankful that we did not provide our credit card number to Vinny the Master of Delays and Excuses although hiring another contractor to finish up the plumbing and backsplash will indeed be an incremental expense.
    - Jack P.
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    They called me and stated they were on their way and than called me an hour later saying vehicle broke down and they had to reschedule. Fast forward a month later and numerous phone calls to them they disconnected their phone and basically scammed me out of my 500.00 good news Angie���s list took care of the issue and issued me a refund. STAY FAR AWAY FROM THESE SCAMMERS
    - Jessica S.
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    Poor Rudy had to wade through mounds of garbage and junk just to get me an estimate. He worked with me via phone and email being that I am not local. Which is usually hard for service providers to do. He patched walls, re-painted, replaced locks, light fixtures, etc. Very professional. Even had a contract prepared.
    - Drew M.
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