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  • A
    Genovese Home Improvement
    A little slow getting started, but they began the project went smoothly. Love the room. It looks great.
    - Dane B.
  • A
    ABC Screen
    After several calls to other places, ABC was the only one that responded quickly, kept in touch with us re: progress for permits and our requirements. All dates and times were promptly kept. Crew asked our preferences about a few options. Very professional.
    - Mary L.
  • A
    Bill Long Home Improvements
    He is very good. We've used him several times. He has a small crew. His prices are very affordable. Sometimes his responsiveness has been very good but sometimes it takes a while for him to get back to us. We priced around on the last bunch of work. We had two other people come out and they never got back to us with estimates. We've used him 3 times and would absolutely use him again.
    - Paula F.
  • A
    Unique Builders and Remodeling LLC
    Remodeling the kitchen was a project we desperately wanted but feared the most; and we decided to take it on before the holidays. It was the best decision we ever made! We gained use of a daunting empty wall, have more counter space, increased the overall functionality, and all our friends say the room seems larger and more spacious than before. Our original intention was simply to replace some countertops and get an idea of better use of one wall. Joe sat with me and my partner and discussed ideas which excited us. He suggested building a wall unit on the unused wall with utility closet, overextended counter top with the possibility of seating and a wine rack (quickly observing from our little counter rack that we liked wine). He was NEVER high pressure, but was full of a range of ideas and took his cues from us. When we asked questions he quickly made suggestions, but I really felt all final decisions of how shallow or deep to go in our remodeling was up to us. He provided us with detailed estimates that offered a range of options, and broke the project into component parts indicating which step should be completed together and options we could wait on, since finances was a clear concern. In the end we decided to “go all the way” and Joe walked us through every step of the process in a highly informed and professional manner. On two occasions we ran into unexpected “problems” (including old – pre-new roof water damage in one wall and an existing heating problem which he was able to solve); and Joe was clear and patient, at an obviously stressful time, about the options available for addressing the concerns. He detailed the best ways to solve the problem and left the decisions to us. Over time our trust in him and his thoughts grew completely, and we were more than happy to do whatever he recommended. He clearly worked h****** detailing his advance estimate and worked equally hard to stick to it, outlining places where our unexpected problems led to modifications in the expected expenses. In the end the quality of his work was amazing, he arrived every day as he said, he always left the house clean and ready to be lived in, and he was very friendly, professional, knowledgeable, and interested in our feedback on a regular basis. We are now thinking about a bathroom remodel and would look forward to working with Unique Builders in the future!
    - Lori C.
  • A
    Huls General Contracting
    He came almost immediately to our home, looked at our areas of concern, made suggestions for the repairs, and advised us to place a gutter along the roof above our kitchen window. He gave us the name of a local contractor for the gutter work and even contacted him for us and brought him up to show him the work we needed done. Trevor has a reputation of honesty and we trusted that if anything could be done to solve our problems, he would let us know either way. He would not charge us for his time and advice.
    - Susan C.
  • A
    G & R Contracting Inc
    G&R contracting is a wonderful business to work with.  They were reliable, affordable and friendly. Gordon and his crew got our house safe and ready to move into for our 3 month old son.  Even though we had numerous delays from the bank, Gordon still completed the work and was available to start when we needed him.  G & R Contracting will be doing another major overhaul on my house.  We live in Schoharie and took heavy flood damages.  He will be replacing everything in the house from the ceiling down, including all the work he just did in June.  That means new insulation, siding, windows, doors, outlets, sheet rock, trim and anything else that you can think of.  I know that I can count on Gordon to get it done properly, and in a timely manor.   
    - Gail H.
  • A
    Champion Windows and Home Exteriors of Rochester
    They did a great job installing a sunroom  onto our already existing porch. The manager made a very good estimate of the job to be done, explained everything very well, and did work with us on the price. (It was a bit more than the estimate we had gotten from another company, but we decided to go with them because we felt the quality of the glass would be better).  They worked with us on the dates of installation and did everything on time and with excellent quality.  I felt comfortable discussing the project  with them and was glad to see that it was going the way the manager had described it. The builders were very friendly and promised to come to install window blinds in summer if I still feel that I need them at that time. I was quite touched that the manager, during his last visit - right after the job was finished -  even gave us a small gift card to pay for the home address tiles that had gotten destroyed while they were taking out the existing poles.  We didn't expect that, and this was a very nice touch. We also appreciated how meticulously both the manager and the office staff kept track of the progress over the phone - I never had to call to push them to do anything.  They all were very courteous and professional - and that is not something one encounters every day.  In our experience, they really stand out as an excellent business model. We will definitely recommend them to anyone we know who needs these services.
    - Irene B.
  • C
    Patio Enclosures
    I’m not totally satisfied with their work. They had to come back a couple of times to fix things. At the very end they hurried to finish up and there were things that I wasn’t satisfied with. I did bring it to their attention and they did come back but they had to come back twice to fix things. The salesman was super; it was just the work afterwards that I was not happy with. In the end they fixed what was needed to be fixed.
    - GLORIA C.
  • D
    FITCH CONSTRUCTION, Inc. & the Fitch Design Studio
    The remodeling was hampered by poor follow through. One set of employees would start, then be replaced by employees who had no knowledge of the job. Workmanship was very shoddy. We had 6 windows added to our room. One single window and 4 sets of double. One of the double windows was not level and tipped to one side! We had to point it out to the contractor! The single window had to be rehung as there was a problem there too. Electrical outlets not attached to studs, still have one of the windows we can't use. We can open it, but it won't close. Many other problems. Contacted many times.....but no one has come to fix problems! Year after year after year.
    - Connie C.
  • D
    Champion Windows and Home Exteriors of Rochester
    I already had an existing back porch, which consisted of a concrete slab (18'X24') and a solid roof (which had/has skylights in it). This porch was already screened in but we wanted to make it into an all-season room so we could use it year round. We had spoken with several "enclosure" companies and had several estimates done. However we were looking for "particulars". When we spoke with SCOTT BARANAUSKAS- the salesman at Champion, he assured us that all of our "particulars" could and would be met. So although they were more expensive than the others, I feel (typically) you get what you pay for. Except this time. Scott told us once the project was under way that it should not take more than two weeks- tops. Paperwork was signed in February. When I called at the end of March, I was told they were waiting on the building permit. The building permit was issued on 04/12/2011. The project began shortly thereafter. The final walk through was on 05/21/2011. Thats over 5 weeks! And even then it was only completed because I called the headquarters to find out why this project was taking so long. The female that I spoke with assured me that it would be complete within the week. (After I spoke with her, Scott called me to inform me that it was not necessary to call the headquarters and that they would get it done as quickly as they could. Interestingly, we never saw or heard from him again.) There were many issues involved in why it may have taken so long. We live an hour from the Rochester facility. They kept telling us that "it was such a long drive". (You knew that when we signed the papers.) Therefore the installer didn't get there (on the days he actually came) until late morning and left early afternoon. I spoke with him and he informed me that they were "short handed". And he had been assigned to another project at the same time. They had to sub-contract out the electric, since the installer was apparently not a certified electrician. However the electrician they had come in could only stay one day. He was not able to complete all the electric, leaving the remainder to the installer. We have had many issues with the electric in this room. Because of the sloppy install on the breakers (its loose in the box), it trips frequently. They also hired a carpet installer to install the carpet. Scott had assured us there would be a thick pad under the carpet so that the coldness from the concrete would not be felt. Wrong. Also along the edges of the wall, the carpet is unraveling. It can be seen along the edge where the carpet is not attached to the floor or a strip. After approx. 6 months, we noticed a crack in the sheet rock over one of the windows. After we went through one winter, we noticed a very large "buckle" in the sheet rock over top of another window. I understand "settling", but as I said, the concrete pad and the roof were existing. They did however remove the original posts that were holding the roof up and installed different ones. Initially the room looks great, but on closer inspection, many flaws can be seen. After paying $25000.00 for this room, how long is it going to last? Interesting too is the fact that to this day- we have never recieved a phone call from SCOTT BARANAUSKAS, the Rochester office or even the Champion headquarters to find out if we are saitisfied with the results.
    - Tresa H.
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