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  • B
    CNY Handyman Inc
    Patrick O'Toole quoted an hourly rate of $55 an hour, after which I asked him for the 10% discount advertised on Angie's List (as I am 71).   He refused to give it, saying the $55 was a discount and that he usually charged $70-75 an hour.   Patrick had a marked condescending tone when talking to me.    The bright spot was Tim, who did the remodeling.   He did an excellent job.   I would recommend him to anyone.   Separately I purchased paint and all the fixtures, bath and floor tile that were used with the exception of a small window, which Tim purchased.
    - Linda R.
  • D
    Owens General Contracting
    .The radiant heat system was installed incorrectly. He put fiberglass insulation right up to the pex tubing, never leaving the necessary air gap needed, and put the reflective barrier under the fiberglass so all of the heat goes into the fiberglass and doesn't reflect up to the floor. All of that was done in the sunroom  Under the kitchen floor  he just put the pex tubing  and no insulation or reflective barrier and  in half of the family room he just put the pex tubing and fiberglass insulation without the required air gap, and no reflective barrier..In the other half of the family room he tried to replicate a warmboard by "carving out" a track in subfloor , but didn't put a reflective barrier in.He then put a second layer of subfloor under that, fiberglass insulation under it, and a reflective barrier under the fiberglass. He told us he had installed this kind of heat and didn't need a heating guy.He was asked by us at a point if maybe some one else should be called in to help and he said he was talking to engineers at a plumbing company and that they told him to install it  this way.We contacted a plumbing and heating contractor to come out and he said it was installed incorrectly.We got two more professional opinions and were told the same thing. We told our contractor what the others said about it not working without a reflective barrier and he said" it'll be fine, if it doesn't work in this half of the family room ,you can turn on your gas fireplace".We've had an additional seven heating /plumbing contractors that all conclude it's installed incorrectly. Also he never installed any radiant heat in the mud room or laundry room as was supposed to be done.He reluctantly  came back and installed bubble wrap insulation under the kitchen and half of the family room, but none of the other areas are accessible  without ripping up the floor. The contractors all said the bubble insulation was  installed without the required air gap.
      The hardwood floors are uneven in spots. We have an area  in the kitchen with a gap of more than 1/4' by 14ft. that also expands vertically ,causing a tripping hazard. An area in the family room gaps  1/4" by 9ft..We've had other flooring contractors come out to check these problems. They found subfloor missing under areas and  think the hardwood is nailed directly to beams in some areas. They said an area 3ft by 14 ft needs to be ripped up in the kitchen and 2ft by 9 ft in the family room  to assess to situation.  The area in the kitchen is near cabinetry , which  could become an issue.We've also been told the flooring  in all the rooms "rolls and pitches".
      The ceiling in the kitchen is not level.A 12ft. opening was made between the kitchen and sun room. There is a 1 1/2 in. difference from one end to the other.We had a 3 layer crown molding in our design that can't be put in due to the visual asymmetry caused by this discrepancy. Our contractor told us "I just made the ceiling flat, I didn't level it". To compensate for this discrepancy, he put the cabinets 1 in higher on one side of the room. Now the molding and two columns can't be installed due the total look of being out of proportion. When we told him this looked horrible, he said it couldn't be fixed. Later he relented , and said he'd lower one side or try to raise the opposite side to make it level. He later decided he wouldn't fix anything until he was given monies owed  to him. 
     Some of the crown molding directly above the cabinets is installed at different angles. Some cabinetry was damaged during installation and never repaired. There are two 92" cabinets that are racked.One of them houses two ovens. The lower oven sticks out  and gets caught on things when walking out of a pantry door near it. He said he'd remove the ovens and fix it, never did. On one cabinet door, the hardware was installed in the wrong spot. A new door had to be ordered .We never had it reinstalled correctly. Some cabinet doors are rubbing  causing the finish to wear off.....never readjusted.
     He never installed the range vent. He told me to have someone else do it , as he was too busy.
       During installing drywall behind a stone fireplace , the mantel was damaged.  They never told us,we found it. They glued the mantel piece back, but never repaired mortar work on the side that was damaged. 
    One window is not straight. None of the hardware was installed on 8 windows.He told me my husband could do it.
    We have ice build up in a corner of the sun room roof he installed. That corner is very cold in the winter. The foundation was repaired all around the outside and insulated,but was still drafty. He said he'd insulate better from the inside,but forgot and put in the hardwood floor. When we complained, he sprayed foam from the can all around and it's still sitting all over the finished floor, possibly damaging the finish.
      We have an area behind a corner cabinet where the cabinet isn't flush to the wall ,leaving a gap large enough to put your fingers behind it. Cold air blows through it. We were told the wall wasn't square.....he installed it. There isn't any insulation under this corner unit and no hardwood floor under either.The lazy susan cabinet  and the counter on top  of it is 10 colder than other counters.
      He painted the ceiling  3 times and it's still streaky. He also only primed parts of the sun room. Some of the corners with new sheetrock are cracking.
      He was supposed to put radiant heat in the mud and laundry rooms, never did. He took out the heat duct in the laundry room and never replaced it.....now we're without heat. He ripped out a cabinet in the laundry room and cut a wall to install a closet and just left it. The opening from the heat duct was left open allowing mice to come in from the basement.
    1.    The island in  the kitchen seems to be sinking.....the floors roll towards it. Another contractor told us we need more support.
    We were told the kitchen part of the remodel would take about 3 weeks......we went without a stove and sink for almost  4 mos. It still isn't finished as is seen with all of the issues above.

    - Sandy L.
  • A
    New York Sash
    My bathroom had not been touched since our home was built back in 1952.  Needless to say, the installer had a few challenges because of the age of the room.  At no time did it seem to frustrate the installer and the service provided by him was excellent.  He went over and above to make the remodel smooth and the quality of his work excellent.  The materials installed are beautiful.  Never would have imagined how beautiful the bathroom turned out.  The remodel was performed in three working days with the third day more of an odds and ends finishing touches day.  I would highly recommend New York Sash for their employees, their materials, and their customer service.
    - Barbara S.
  • A
    JARVIS BUILDERS
    We contracted with Doug Jarvis 09/08 for a complete kitchen renovation. From the demo (which we did) to 100% completed installation was 6 1/2 weeks, which beat the anticipated schedule by several weeks. Doug was friendly, knowledgeable, efficient, and worked closely with us to help us stay in budget. His work quality was excellent, and since we had a detailed payment schedule based on completion milestones worked out in advance, we never had a problem with his work (or predecessor activities) getting done on time and paying him for it. Doug was very flexible when we wanted to make changes, and adapted well when the cabinets not only showed up late, but were missing a key component which pushed up against the counter tops installation. He always looked out for our interests, and we couldn't be happier with the way things turned out. We would recommend Jarvis Builders without reservation. Thanks, Doug! - Peter & Betsy Scheu, Chittenango, NY
    - Peter S.
  • A
    Affordable Solutions by Brian
    Being my first experience with home remodeling it went well. The end result was exactly what I wanted and it turned out great.
    - Jessica C.
  • A
    McClurg Remodeling
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    - Arthur F.
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    McClurg Remodeling
    So far am 100% satisfied with the service I have gotten to date.  They really work with you to make you happy.
    - Arthur F.
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    Fonseca Plumbing and Drain, LLC
    It went very well.  He arrived on time, he was efficient, and worked really fast.
    - Florie D.
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