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Woodworking reviews in Broadview Heights

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    michaels fine woodworks

    My daughter wanted corner shelves in her kitchen at the end of one of her upper cabinets.  As a birthday gift, we had mike build and install them.  Her response after seeing the end result, "It is so much nicer than I ever imagined it could be!"  We were all thrilled with his work and he is a pleasure to work with.  We will continue to use his services whenever the need arises.  Quality work at a fair price.


    - JUDY R.
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    American Wood Reface
    Overall it was a great experience.  Leanne was the salesperson who worked with us initially.  She came to our home and was very patient with us going through samples and pictures of previous work that was done.  There was no pressure at all and we felt very comfortable with her.  Some of the things that she quotes, we found alternatives (i.e. the countertop and tile backsplash install) that were cheaper, so we didn't have AWR take care of those.  After reading all these reviews on Angies, we felt comfortable giving this company our business.
    Later, after we signed the contract, Jason (the owner) and another carpenter came out to measure out the cabinets and walkthrough the planned job.  The actual work of the install took place a number of weeks later.  We were under the crunch of trying to finish most of the remodel by the holidays and they were on time and very professional.  Most of the work was done by a carpenter named Pat.  He was very polite and always cleaned up after himself.  The job was done within the 2 week time period that was scheduled.  Cabinets look great, very high quality.  Appreciate the splurge on soft door closing hinges.  There was one issue where Pat had some difficulty hiding the wiring of our hood and installed it in a way that did not hide the wiring at all.  I was not there for the install and was upset that this was his intended solution, so I wrote to Jason and he was very responsive for making things right.  Ultimately, they refunded me the amount of money that it took for a friend of mine to do the electrical work to hide the wiring ($75) which was appreciated.
    I found AWF a good company to work with to have our cabinets refaced.  Our kitchen looks fantastic- much better than it would have been if we just painted our cabinets.  I wish that they would have been able to do the venting work for the hood install, but I realize that this is not their specialty.  Overall, even though it wasn't necessarily cheap, I feel like I got my money's worth from working with this company and would not hesitate to use them again.  I appreciated their responsiveness to my feedback and their willingness to make things right.
    - Michael C.
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    Architectural Justice
    This is a review of the installation of our countertops, I wrote a review on 9/25 of the process up to this point.

    We were given an installation window (8 - 10 AM) and the installers arrived in that window.  They laid runners throughout the house to protect the floors and carpeting that they would be walking on. They went right to work and we are so happy with the results. Our kitchen is a U-shape with a peninsula and a separate computer desk. As a result, the granite was installed in 6 pieces.  The team did a great job in picking where to make the cuts to ensure that the granite flowed well and that the grain was going in the same direction throughout the kitchen.  The seam we were most concerned about was off the peninsula and the most visible.  We are thrilled with the match and the quality of the installation. 

    Because we had existing travertine tile on our backsplash, they installed filler strips to raise the height of the cabinets (because the formica we replaced was thicker than the granite).  They also added strips to the front of our cabinets to cover the filler strips.  These were stained to match our existing cabinets and we can't tell the difference - it looks like they were installed with the cabinets.

    All the countertops were installed beautifully and we are so happy with our selections and the results.

    We scheduled a follow up visit with Denise (our designer) to pick out tile for our backsplashes in the bathrooms and computer desk.  We opted not to do the traditional granite backsplash.  Knowing that we plan to do additional upgrades to our master bath shower and floor next year, Denise helped us with selections for the backsplash as well as ideas of how they would incorporate with our selections down the road.  Because our computer desk is off the kitchen, she helped us select a tile that would compliment the existing kitchen backsplash.  She is very creative and well versed in their product selections and what is trending as well as what will give us the most out of our remodel (for resale down the road).  

    Our experience with Architectural Justice is that they are a one-stop-shop.  They will be our first stop for all our future upgrades.
    - laura s.
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    Dream Decks LBC Construction
    I highly recommend the Dream Decks team.  Andrew was very patient as he worked with us to design a new deck constructed with Trex.  The work is absolutely first class.   Luke's carpentry is very well done--it looks perfect!  The workers were polite and left the area cleaner than they found it. We decided at the last minute to add lighting, and they were happy to accommodate the change.  They take a lot of pride in their work and really care that their customer is happy.  We are beyond thrilled with our new deck!
    - Lee J.
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    Certified Craftsmen of Northeast Ohio, LLC
    It isn't often that one gets more than he paid for, but in this case, I can only say that Tom Nevits went out of his way to provide just that kind of bargain.  Tom is the owner of Certified Craftsmen of NE Ohio, and is exactly that, a true craftsman.  He can do it all, but his specialty is carpentry, which proved fortunate for me, since all the aforementioned projects required carpentry expertise.  In each case, Tom did an excellent job either fixing, or restoring, things that had long bedeviled me, owner of an almost 60-year old dwelling.  He made short work fixing a warped furring strip on an exterior door.  He caulked it well to prevent moisture inflitration, which had caused the problem in the first place.  Next, he realigned our bathroom linen cabinet to its adjacent vanity counter top, a problem he resolved using a single wood screw.  Other contractors estimated it would take hundreds of dollars to fix that very same problem.  The final two jobs required more effort, but Tom was up to the task.  He replaced a badly damaged trim board that had been gnawed 
    by our dog when still a puppy, and installed a new one in its place.  He also got a balky pocket door, which had never worked properly since we moved in, to operate smoothly.  That repair wasn't even among the ones he agreed to fix!  He simply did it as a courtesy.  In fact, one previous contractor stated he wasn't even willing to work on this type of door, which Tom fixed for free in approximately fifteen minutes, because they present such a formidable challenge.  In total, these repairs exceeded the two hour time limit in his Angie's List offer, but Tom did not charge any extra money, except $14 to buy the wood he needed to repair the jamb, which he actually drove to the store and purchased for me!  Tom cheerfully knocked all these jobs out in a friendly and courteous manner.  I was very grateful, because not only did he repair things that had bothered me for years, he literally saved me hundreds of dollars in the process.  Tom is a savvy contractor, with more than 20 years experience in the home repair business.  As I stated, his specialty is carpentry, but I would trust his professionalism to tackle just about any basic job.  He promptly answered my calls and e-mails, he was professional, and personable, and most important, he provided top-notch work at a more than reasonable charge.  I'm glad I found Tom Nevits, and I truly would not hesitate to contact him in the future for any other home repair projects I might need done.
    - John L.
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    Northeast Ohio Renovations
    The work went very well.  Bob's crew started exactly when he told me the crew would, and they worked very hard (on hot days, along with a couple of rainy days) to have the job completed before the 4th of July.  The crew did a wonderful job cleaning up.  I had several questions during the job, and the crew was very helpful in providing answers.  Additionally, throughout the entire process from initial consultation to job completion, Bob was always available to answer questions.  The new roof looks great!
    - Elia W.
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    Pride Remodeling Co Inc
    Paul, owner of Pride Remodeling was great !!!
    I received three estimates from contractors found on Angie's List. Paul was the only contractor most receptive to what my wife and I wanted and gave the most complete estimate.  Our goal was to enlarge and remodel our galley kitchen; by moving out a load bearing wall common to the kitchen / attached garage and extend out the front of the garage equally.  Additionally, remove chimney, add skylight, add new kitchen entrance door and steps, remodel complete kitchen (cabinets, flooring including basement steps, appliances, insulation, etc). 
    After selecting Pride Remodeling, Paul gave us names of companies that he recommended... for flooring & back splash, cabinets, interior / exterior replacement doors, appliances, kitchen faucet etc which helped start our quest in the right direction.  We didn't use every business he recommended but it was good for us to see different types of products businesses have to offer.
    Paul has great guys working for him, Eric and Mark. They all worked extremely well together, all are very knowledgeable and trustworthy and seemly had fun - enjoyed working (go figure :).   Details were never overlooked.  Paul has a 'keen eye ' ever watching how the work was being accomplished, and if he saw something that needed to be 'tweaked' he would take care of it right away.  They ended each day  by cleaning-up and organizing their tools, effectively preparing for the next day.  The sub contractors Paul uses; George the electrician (CMR Electrical Service), plumbing and cement were equally as great.
    My wife and I were very pleased with the outcome of the remodel and highly recommend Pride Remodeling for any job.

    - Bill B.
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    J & J Professional Services
    Joe and his crew were extremely responsive, helpful, and professional. They explained everything before doing the work as well as answered all the questions we had. We would highly recommend J&J for any work.
    - Brian H.
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    Trust Construction & Management Inc.
    The overall experience was great. Todd showed up when he said he would, was extremely polite, even went out of his way to do the job right. Our deck was built incorrectly by someone else. The floor of the deck is over a foot higher than than the top of the pool so we couldn't use a ladder. There are no ladders that extend 68" or more. So, we decided to call Todd. He said he could cut out a 4 x 4 piece of the deck flooring and add a couple of steps so that a ladder could be mounted. He went out of his way and spoke to personnel at Litehouse to make sure his ideas would work with the ladder we purchased, drove all the way to Medina to pick up supplies so we wouldn't have to wait another day or two to have the job finished, and even offered to come back if we needed help putting the ladder in the water. He is extremely professional and even called to let us know he was on his way. I would highly recommend Trust Construction and will use them again in the future. Thanks, Todd!
    - Rita S.
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    Cherosky & Sons Inc
    They are awesome! They are very nice and good with my kids and dogs. They were polite and cleaned up everything after the work was complete. They are so friendly and are just like family to us. They are such wonderful people and I can't say enough good things about them. He is so percise and accurate with woodworking. I recommend them to everyone.
    - DANA R.
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