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    Craftsmen Home Improvements
    Stephen spent 3 hours of my time discussing and taking measurements of basement. Small - approx 600 sq ft. He verbally estimated job would cost 17-19K. He said he'd have a typed up proposal with estimate by end of weekend ( he came on a Wednesday). I never heard from him again or any follow up from craftsman.
    - Thomas S.
  • F
    GOOD GUY HOME IMPROVEMENTS, LLC
    I called to schedule a consultation/estimate for a small basement remodel - approx. 600 sq ft. Mr. taulbee showed up on time, took measurements, etc as expected. Didn't have a business card though - said he ran out. After explaining and discussing my wants, he said that he'd have a drawn up estimate and emailed within approx 3 days. Over a month has passed since then with no phone call, no email and no estimate.
    - Thomas S.
  • A
    Mowery Construction Inc
    These guys are real pros. They make sure they understand what you want, spec everything out, and do a high quality job on time. I would definitely use them again. All the guys that did work were pleasant and professional. Excellent.
    - Paul D.
  • A
    Ohio Home Doctor
    We called Ohio Home Doctor to see if they could give us an estimate for putting an egress window in our basement, and they walked us through it on the phone. They didn't come out to the property but that was fine with us since we were looking for a rough ballpark. In addition to the estimate, though, he walked us through the process and also pointed out things we should ask other vendors to ensure we compare apples to apples and get it done the right way. Overall, very helpful and informative. If we proceed with the window, I will definitely be giving them a ring.
    - Chris S.
  • A
    GOOD GUY HOME IMPROVEMENTS, LLC
    This is actually our first review as we don't typically do them unless we have felt that we know enough about the company to actually give a truthful rating. Having said that, we cannot imagine having a better experience than what we had with Joe and his crew. Joe is the owner and has a small crew that works with him on jobs such as framing and painting, installing tile, etc. The sub contractors that were used for plumbing, carpet, drywall, electric, installing drop ceiling, and installing counter top (wet bar) were all very professional.
    Joe is very low key, and has extremely helpful suggestions. He is by far the nicest contractor we have ever worked with. Once he came out to hear what we wanted done to our basement, he was very timely with a proposal, and we were impressed with his offer. The entire basement took a little longer to complete, mainly because of working around the holidays. Well, that and also because we added things to the original proposal. Joe was awesome in going with the flow and doing everything exactly as we wanted.
    Joe is a very honest contractor. He did a great job telling us when he would be at our house and would text us if things changed. If he was unhappy with something that was done, he would correct it just as if he were doing the same work in his own house. A perfect example of this is when he removed and replaced a pocket door that was not sliding very well to the new bathroom.
    We have had a plethora of work done in and around our house and have worked with several contractors/professionals, i.e., two story house addition, landscaping, and electrical work. None of them compare with the professionalism and integrity that Joe exhibits.
    Since the basement is now finished, our family has used it every day. We are so very happy we went with Good Guy Home Improvements and would HIGHLY recommend them to anyone.

    - Brad B.
  • C
    Craftsmen Home Improvements
    During the month of October 2010, I was interested in having my basement finished.  I had appointments with several contractors.  The first was with Craftsmen.  The individual that showed up was on time, initially polite and well dressed.  He looked at the basement area and took a few measurements listening to what I basically wanted (# of rooms, etc).  He then did inputting (which I did not see) on a laptop which.  He then gave me a power point presentation on his laptop explaining how his company worked.  Then he provided me a small piece of paper with his dollar quote on it and proceeded to pressure me to make a decision and sign with his company to do the work.  He wanted to know the names of the other contractors that I was scheduled to see and had the attitude that his company was the only one that could do the work.  Also, the estimate did not include tasks such as painting the walls, which I'd have to get done separately.  The estimator had only one solution to my basement and it involved very expensive materials.  He did point out that all walls would be using purple board (similar to what is used in a bathroom shower wall area) and proceeded to seel this solution based on the inevitability of flooding in my house.  I politely asked the individual to leave and he did.  
    All the other contractors that came later took a week to prepare a bill of material showing labor, material, etc.  These ranged from a single sheet of paper to a detailed spreadsheet.  They also provided a rough sketch of what the basement would look like and offered different options on materials.  
    What I did not like about craftsmen was that they insisted on the most expensive materials from what i could deduce.  Also, their sales pitch was based on fear of impending flooding.  Further, they provided no details as to what went into their price quote and wanted a decision right then.  I eventually did have the basement done but not by them. 


    - Steven A.
  • F
    Millennium Fine Homes
    On December 22, 2008, Millennium Fine Homes, LLC (Millennium) was contracted to build a custom home. After eight months and twenty-three days of the nine month performance period and being behind schedule an estimated 120 days, Millennium did on December 3, 2009, walk away from the job and defaulted on the contract. The Homeowners, in an effort to reach an amicable resolution with Millennium?s failure to perform, sent Millennium a Cure Notice providing Millennium a seven (7) day cure period, as required by the contract, to provide Homeowners reliable assurance that Millennium would perform the contract according to its terms and conditions. Due to Millennium?s breaching the contract and subsequent failure to provide reasonable assurance to cure; the Homeowners, on December 13, 2009, terminated Millennium for default for breach of contract due to failure to perform. Also on December 13, 2009, the Homeowners issued Millennium a Demand Letter demanding the return of all funds drawn from the construction loan account but not dispersed to subcontractors/suppliers. Millennium refused to comply with the Demand Letter. The parties went to arbitration starting in July 2010. The homeowners won and received an Arbitration Award. On November 4, 2010, the Greene County Common Pleas Court awarded a judgment lien against Millennium Fine Homes, LLC, in the amount of $222,651.73 as a confirmation of the September 15, 2010 Arbitration Award. Demand for payment was served on Millennium Fine Homes, LLC on November 11, 2010. Millennium Fine Homes, LLC, owned and operated by Mr. Douglas A. Pund, Jr., who now also does business under the name of Millennium Real Estate Development, LLC, was found to have materially breached its residential construction contract, was ordered to refund an overpayment of construction funds, and pay additional construction costs (?cost-to-cover?). As of this report (January 23, 2011), Millennium continues to ignore the responsibility to pay the awarded amount to the homeowners. This judgment lien can be viewed at the Greene County Common Pleas Court Recorder's Office.
    - Mike H.
  • A
    GOOD GUY HOME IMPROVEMENTS, LLC
    Good Guy Home Improvement did a wonderful job with our basement. They were very professional and were very good at listening to what we wanted and then made it happen. Their workmanship was high quality and we are very pleased with the way our basement turned out.
    - James F.
  • A
    James Construction & Renovation LLC
    My experience was good. Price was good.
    - Timothy M.
  • A
    Simple Home Solutions
    Tom was excellent. He took care of every detail kept us informed addressed every issue and delivered on all expectations. We are very happy with our new basement.
    - Donna K.
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