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  • F
    Ashley Construction
    I am not a customer but the neighbor of the customer. 11/22/2017, the subcontractor Ashley contracted, C&H Disposal of Elmer NJ, pulled a dumpster from neighbor's yard & drove on my yard, leaving ruts where the tires were & damaging the enclosure for the water & gas (the water company fixed). C&H Disposal's driver left without informing me & I found it the next day as I got home from work after dark. Ashley said C&H Disposal took full responsibility for the damage & I would have to deal with them. I called C&H Disposal about the ruts & a month later after many false promises & a bunch of resistance, C&H Disposal showed up unannounced & filled in the ruts. Just topsoil; no seed, fertilizer, or an erosion preventer. The sidewalk damage makes this muddy. Winter & the downpour 4/16 showed that damage was done to the curb & sidewalk where C&H Disposal's truck drove onto my yard. The water pools on the sidewalk where the truck did the damage & causes muddy grass & possibly ice in the winter. I called C&H Disposal about the issue 4/13 (left message) & 4/17 & followed up both times by calling Ashley. I was told 4/17 by C&H Disposal they would not repair the damage because I waited 5 months (actually 4 months) to contact them (they were mostly unresponsive to get the ruts filled in). I didn't tell them the extensive damage because the damage didn't become apparent until months later due to the weather. They also questioned how they know their truck did the damage. If they initially responded & sent someone to inspect the damage, they would have seen the damage their driver incurred. They did more damage than initially observed & now refuse to repair the damage they caused. I followed up with Ashley & they agreed that since it had been 5 months (actually 4 months) since the damage occurred, they agreed with C&H Disposal & would not repair the damage to my sidewalk. Contractors like this give honest contractors a bad name.
    - Dan L.
  • A

         I had difficulty finding contractors that could/would do the entire job.  Some home improvement contractors would not do the electrical work, some hesitated cutting through the vinyl siding or through the metal ductwork, some hesitated doing any ductwork at all, and all of the electricians I called would not cut the hole in the side of my house.  Most of the home improvement contractors that were able to do the complete job were booked up several weeks in advance and generally did much bigger jobs than what mine involved.  When I called Woodcraft, Wayne sent Hugh to give me an estimate on the following day.  Hugh arrived on time and, after assessing the situation, felt confident that he could do all aspects of the rather complex job. 
         The work was completed two days later by Wayne and Hugh.  They stopped first at a home improvement store to buy the required 3 1/4 inch by 10 inch wall cap with damper.  They were careful enough to buy one with extra horizontal duct length that could be cut to the exact desired length, rather than risk buying one that was too short to reach the ductneck on the range hood.  They came prepared with the proper tools and got right to work, completing the job within about two hours.  They first put newspapers over the underlying range to protect it from construction debris and from scratching.  They easily removed the existing microhood and its wall plate.  One of them measured and found that the 3 1/4 inch by 10 inch rectangular hole in the drywall and interior sheet metal wall of the vertical ductwork had to be lowerd by about 1/2 inch.  While one used his saw to fix this, the other one wired the three wires of the new range hood to the cord of the discarded microwave oven using wire nuts.  He was careful to place the wire nuts inside the framework of the range hood and to place a snug ring cap around the cord where it exited from the range hood to keep the wires from sliding around and shorting out.  After additional measurements and pencil markings, four large holes were drilled in the corners of the 3 1/4 inch by 10 inch rectangular hole to be created directly to the outside.  He had to push fairly hard to drill through the metal, but he was able to create nice holes with clean edges, even through the vinyl siding.  Next, he finished the rectangular hole by sawing from each drilllhole to the other drillholes from the outside of the house.  This also resulted in a clean cut through the siding and through the sheet metal as well.  They placed and measured the wall cap damper and cut it down to the proper horizontal length to fit through the wall and to connect precisely to the range hood's ductneck.  They screwed the wall cap damper in place to the exterior wall of the house and used clear caulk to seal the wall cap's edges to the siding and house wall.  Next, they installed the range hood, which turned out to be rather difficult due to somewhat poor design, with screw holes located very close to the large fan rotors.  They easily overcame this difficulty, however, by working very well together as a team.  Otherwise, they could have easily spent an hour just with the actual range hood installation itself.  They checked the range hood operation, including all six speed and the lights.  They also checked outside that it seemed to be venting well.  They cleaned up, including sweeping the floor, and loaded the discarded microwave on their truck, when they saw how far my house sits back from the road to which I would have had to carry it for trash collection.
         Overall, they did an outstanding job on a small project that was a mixture of carpentry, siding, HVAC, electrical, and  handyman.  They were proficient and professional in all categories.  It was a pleasure having them do work in my home.   

    - Richard M.
  • A
    Walter Renovations LLC
         Matt called and emailed me promptly and was very helpful answering my many questions regarding this somewhat complicated job.  After I sent him requested photos, he gave me a phone estimate of $450, but I would first have had to hire an electrician to wire the range hood wires to the old microwave's cord with plug.  A local electrician came to my house and gave an estimate of at least $100 to wire the range hood wires to the old microwave's cord, but he did not recommend that I hire him to do that and, instead, recommended I find someone out there who could do the complete job.  It took me another nine days of searching to finally find someone comfortable doing the complete job, including the electrical work.   They did an excellent job for $350, including the wall cap with damper that needed to be purchased.  Matt gave me a higher estimate due to travel time to my location.  Matt is located about 31 miles south of where I live, but the contractor who actually performed the work is located about 29 miles north of where I live.  I guess travel bothers some home improvement contractors more than others.  However, I am still quite pleased with Matt, since he was very helpful, sincere, and conscientious.  I'm sure that he would have done an outstanding job if the range hood had come with a plug-in cord.      
    - Richard M.
  • A
    Rob Lawrence Home Improvements
    I contact Rob for a free estimate. Rob came out a day or two after I called to completely inspect the roof and chimneys. He quoted me a very reasonable price. I delayed the work until after the holidays. Rob's estimate to not go up over the two month period that I waited. Once contacted Rob came out and completed the work in three days just as he said he would. He was very professional and made some needed repairs at no cost to me. He was more concerned with doing the job right that nickle and dime for every little thing he found once he removed the siding. I will keep Rob's number on hand for future projects.
    - Sharon D.
  • D
    Emmons Roofing & Siding LLC (Emmons Construction)
    Never got back to me
    - Dennis P.
  • A
    Seashore Construction Corp
    Installation of work and clean was excellent
    - Joseph R.
  • A
    East Coast Roofing, Siding, & Windows
    They were great.  Their customer service was very helpful.  The crew that came out at work did a fantastic job.  I have nothing bad to say about them.
    - Patricia G.
  • A
    Steve Benvenuti
    He was good. He was reasonable and did a nice job. His work was a pleasant surprise. He was easy to deal with and accommodating.
    - Andrea D.
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