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Woodworking reviews in Township Of Washington

  • A
    Vinnie and his crew did a wonderful job. We were concerned about pet stain damage to the floors once the carpeting was removed. They did a great job sanding and eliminating the stained area. They were also very accomodating to make sure that we were able to stay in the house during the entire refinishing process. Several other contractors told us that we would have to move out of the house for a period of 24 hours. Vinnie also replaced the spindles on our indoor railing. This was a tricky process because the replacement spindles were much skinnier than the original spindles. The finished product looks great. Vinnie was extremely accommodating with any requests that we made. He really worked hard to please us. We recommend him highly!
    - Ann G.
  • A
    My wife and I purchased our first property that is over 100 years old and needed to be gutted and done right. We hired Keith since he has great reviews here at Angie���s. From the get go Keith was responsive, professional about his work and very good at maintaining out budget. Since this was a full renovation job we planned for him and his crew to do electrical, plumbing, hvac, insulation, drywall, added a second bathroom to the house, open concept (which included removing load bearing wall), reconfiguring the floor plan. We are very happy with the results of our old, new place. Thank you Keith and crew. We definitely recommend.
    - Eduardo S.
  • A
    Built-Well Builders exceeded my expectations. My project was small, but, they treated me as if this was their biggest project. They were professional, met with the building inspector and completed the project on time and on budget.
    - Glenn S.
  • A
    It was such a pleasure to work with Keith and his professional crew. Our exterior work was completed in the cold weather months and done with the best of care. Everyone worked to lessen the weather impact inside the house - no problems whatsoever. New trim on all windows on exterior and interior - clean and fresh. Our bathrooms were taken down to studs, re-insulated and sound-proofed. All who work for Keith - electrician, plumber, tile professional, carpenters, painter - were perfection in their craft. Friends and family are full of ooh's and aah's for the new bathrooms. Cannot say enough about Keith and crew regarding their advice, expertise and wok ethic. On time, on budget. Could not ask for a better group of people to come into our home - trustworthy, clean working, and the nicest group of people work for Keith. Would have all of them back in a minute to do more work.
    - Robert M.
  • F
    I have held this review for a number of weeks, hoping to have a resolution. It now needs to be shared in an effort to help others avoid this pitfall. In October of 2015, we employed the services of Mike Ponce and AD Home Improvement to complete our Add-A-Level project in Bergen County. The plans were drawn by another Angie's List Contractor (DDD Concepts- Joe Primiano was a great guy, great architect and a pleasure to do business with). Our relationship with AD Home Improvement (ADHI) did not prove to be as amenable. The project progressed but with there were many issues, issues that became even more contentious after the final bank payment was issued. At this point the contractor & I are no longer on speaking terms. There are a number of post-construction issues that he will not address even though there was a supposed "One-Year Warranty" as stipulated in the two-party contract (dated -8/13/15). Areas of great concern: AD Home Improvement (on their own accord) fired & removed his sub-contractors from the job site for poor craftsmanship with Master Bathroom Tile/Dry Wall/other finishes. They had to re-do work on a number of occasions, this crew was extremely negligent (good guys, worked hard , minimal skill/professionalism) they took little precaution & showed little care for our home. Workers were not meticulous, they never covered Old/New floors (new floors were installed by a sub-contractor that I hired) scratches & dry-wall mud were spread everywhere (my flooring contractor estimated the damage to the new hardwood floors at approximately $500.00 - that is one-fifth of the cost of the new hardwood flooring project install) AD Home alleges they are not responsible for the damage to the floors because we installed "too early"���We installed exactly when my flooring sub-contractor recommended (following dry-wall installation). The fact that ADHI had to fire a crew of "professionals" shows you just what kind of headache we were presented with, imagine if you had to view this "craftsmanship" constantly being reminded of the cost of project ($225,000.00). Communication was constantly an issue, I felt like I had to be the general contractor, reviewing sub-contractor work, making corrections, reading /re-reading plans, ordering/picking up supplies. At any chance he could, ADHI took advantage of "Change Orders"- to fleece the pricing. Mike Ponce was involved at the beginning & as soon as work started, he no longer deals with the day-to-day progress on the job (Oscar and Carlos- both very nice & hardworking but not the decision makers). The only time you see Mike after that is to pick up a check or contact by email/text if the price needs to "go up for something". I cannot tell you the number of times & the amount of frustration we had from requests for more money for things that were clearly stated in the architectural drawings... we debated constantly, sometimes it went in my favor (sent highlighted emails of architectural drawings & contract language) but it usually ended with me willing to "pay more" to get what my wife & I wanted, all for what was already depicted in the drawings (Siding/corners, Chimney, MBR fireplace, 1st Floor AC, 2nd floor loop for bb heat, Tankless HWH, Kitchen vent, Stair Rail spindles- of which we showed him a picture of the exact product & design...but we had to pay more to get what we wanted) all of these went down as change orders & came with an increased $$$ price tag. The most concerning issue was the negligence to details in the architectural plans, at one point I caught them in a serious deviation of the architects minimal requirements, plans called for all of our 2x8 original ceiling joists to be ���sistered��� (reinforced) with an additional 2x8 for strength & to carry the load of the new addition. After framing & sub-floor, ADHI opened up the first floor kitchen ceiling for plumbing for the master bathroom (directly above) & we noticed that none of the joists had been ���sistered���, when I confronted them about the deviation from the architect���s & engineer���s plans, they gave me some lame excuse that our beams were strong enough & did not need to be ���sistered���, I immediately demanded that they abide by the plans, especially in this area (would need to support the weight of master bathroom-tub-tile-etc.). ADHI knew they were caught ���cutting corners��� & agreed to retro-fit the joists under the new master bathroom, but I am sure the remaining 1000 sq. feet of the addition does not have the required ���sistered joists��� & added strength (constant creaking of the floors in the bedrooms and bath). There were also some very "shady business" practices regarding sub-contractors, there were major issue with the dumpster container disposal sub-contractor (Evergreen). The contract called for ADHI to incur cost of dumpsters #1-4, as soon as the roof was off the house, we were already on dumpster #4 (I was at the job site daily & never saw 4 dumpsters switched out) ADHI produced documentation for containers 1-4 which showed 2 dumpsters delivered & removed on the same day (like that would really happen). I did not want to cause an issue so I agreed to have my credit card billed for containers #5 & #6, we paid the dumpster sub-contractor (Evergreen) directly $1000.00 on 2/1/16 (after dumpster #6 had been picked up two weeks prior) & then after the final bank payment (three months later-May), ADHI requests my invoices from Evergreen & my credit card statements (his records were not complete) & then ADHI informs us that the $1000(paid on 2/1/16) was only the cost of dumpster #5, that the Dumpster Company (Evergreen) made a mistake in billing & that we owed them $1500 (claimed that we were billed for another job at another AD job site). Also, it was clear after Dumpster 7 was removed that there was serious damage done to our driveway. I agreed to pay the ridiculous balance, despite obviously being fleeced by AD & Evergreen, so long as the damage to the driveway was repaired, ADHI blamed Evergreen & said it was their issue to resolve, Evergreen said they were not liable because ADHI signed off on paperwork (keep in mind Evergreen is a sub-contractor arranged for & provided by ADHI). I told both ADHI & Evergreen that I will not pay a single dollar to either entity until the driveway is repaired & until I get all seven (7) signed invoices & delivery sheets for the containers. I have heard nothing since threatening to take both of them to court for the documentation. To add insult to injury, the master bath shower pan now leaks into my first floor kitchen. The plumbing inspector informed them that the shower pan was not "pitched" enough. Carlos insured him that they would remedy the issue when the floor tile was installed by "building up" the pitch. This was never completed & now the water sits in a pool at the rear of the master shower. ADHI refuses to address the leaking shower, despite their contract which clearly outlines a "one-year warranty" on all work. After waiting over a month for resolution from the driveway/dumpster issue & ownership of the damage to the hardwood floors caused by AD Home, followed by a flurry of adversarial emails/text messages. I thought it best to move forward on my own & request a certificate of occupancy. When I called the town they advised me that ADHI never completed all the required permits. They never called for a fire inspection & engineering inspection. I scheduled both inspections on my own. The fire inspector informed me that AD Home never called for a smoke detector "placement" inspection, they just arbitrarily placed smoke detectors where they saw fit (they did not go by the stamped plans���go figure!). We were out-of-code in two rooms (basement & mbr). In the basement the smoke detector was placed in the middle of the basement, by code it needed to be in the bottom stairwell, in the master bedroom the smoke detector was placed on the lower ceiling, it needed to be placed in the higher tray ceiling. We failed fire inspection, inspector showed me on the plans exactly where all these changes were highlighted in "red" on the original plan reviewed documents. We had to pay an electrician to install two additional smoke detectors into the loop ($500.00 cost out of my pocket). AD Home has the audacity to claim that we still owe them money for "extras", & for the fraudulent costs of the aforementioned "dumpsters", incredulous. In no stretch of the imagination would I recommend this company to any other consumers, be weary. If you currently employee this company... hide your tools. The "crew" tends to "make themselves" at home, using your brooms, dust pans & anything else in your tool box. I would not have minded so long as things were returned to their owner. I personally am now out two (2) sheetrock knives, a pair of tin snips, a brand new dry-wall screw gun, a push broom, a dust pan & a mop, & the other day I noticed my saw-zall is shot. I am disappointed in the experience, lack of professionalism, lack of accountability & the overall finished product. We should not need to settle for mediocre results from a project that cost my family over $200,000.00. I now have a leaking shower pan, severely damaged hardwood floors & a number of dry-wall cracks... all a constant reminder of our pain and strife.
    - Nicolino N.
  • A
    Dennis and his crew did a great job from the first day that I contacted him. The work done was excellent and his entire crew was friendly and trustworthy. Dennis is an excellent communicator, which was very important to me since I was working with him from out of town. He usually answered his phone or got back to me in a timely manner. I highly recommend NJ Water & Mold to anyone. For the most part they stuck to the schedule that was outlined to me.
    - Steve S.
  • A
    Keith was great to work with and the results were excellent. I would highly recommend him as a contractor. Some detail below.
    Cost: The project was on budget. We never felt like we were being nickel and dimed, and, if anything, Keith performed more work than we had originally agreed to without a change in cost
    Design: Both Keith and his designer (Karen) provided us with excellent ideas, as we only had a general idea of what we wanted for the kitchen. They were critical in our decision-making process, both from a structural and aesthetic standpoint.
    Results/quality - We couldn't be happier with how our new kitchen looks, as well the improved functionality/storage. The quality of the work and cabinetry is excellent.
    Responsiveness: We were in daily contact with Keith throughout the project, which was especially good given our work schedules. Keith is very friendly and easy to work with.  
    On-site presence: Keith was on-site every day of the project to ensure his crew/subcontractors (electricians, plumbers etc) understood the scope of work for the day. Much of the cabinetry/carpentry work was done by Keith himself.
    Crew/subcontractors - on time, trustworthy, friendly, quality worksmanship
    Cleanliness - we have two young children, and Keith and his crew did an excellent job cleaning up every day


    - Stephen T.
  • A
    Ribo has done everything for me from sidewalks,steps all thru the entire home and up to the roof. In particular, great painting and sparkling, ceramic floors,walls, full bathrooms,doors,lighting, kitchens,Windows,siding,and roofing. Ribo has done it all for me with great results. Trust me, you can't go wrong with Ribo.
    - don k.
  • A
    Rick successfully resolved a few unanticipated issues with the installation. The door looks great.
    - Nancy F.
  • A
    Did a good job at a good price. Honest. Reliable. Has a good crew
    - lee r.
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