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  • A
    After I called Vic, he arrived at my home, toured the house to assess the damage and set the expectation of when we would hear back with a full estimate.  He finished the estimate, and over the phone gave detailed pricing. I told him that I would do the painting myself (only a couple hundred, still very competitive) but I had to buy the same paint already anyway to fix other areas in the house. Vic called to confirm that he was coming out, and brought his talented crew (2 others) with him.  They worked all day, and when they discovered that the horsehair plaster in some areas needed to be replaced they had the experience to know how to do it right, and were able to finish the job. The result is that it looks wonderful.  Vic also fixed 3 other problem spots that I hadn't previously had quoted (small spots) and textured so that the house's beautiful plaster has now been restored to perfection. Vic and his crew were good workers, courteous, pleasant, cleaned up the mess (and there was a large one) very well when they were done..  I'm highly impressed.  He is, in my opinion, the best contractor I've hired from Angie's list. He even, at the end of the job gave me a few reccomendations on using the right primer before I would paint the work this weekend.  What a great pro.
    - Brian T.
  • A
    Jack Miller Plastering
    They do an excellent job. They also do a great job of cleaning up after themselves. They are very resonable priced also.
    - Cynthia S.
  • A
    Mullins Plastering & Drywall Inc
    Excellent!  Mr. Mullins was communicative and punctual.  He kept the work area as clean as could be expected considering that he had to remove plaster from a ceiling 100 plus years old.  The foyer has ornate woodwork that was securely protected from falling plaster.  His plaster and repair work were excellent. It was a pleasure to observe his work. He completed the work quickly and even gave my husband and me time to repair the mount for the foyer chandelier. I think this may have been a small job for him, but it would have been a huge job for us, and consequently, it was well worth the price. 
    - T E.
  • A
    Fox Plumbing & Heating
    Since we both are elderly, we wanted a step in shower with seats. Demolition of cast iron tub and wall surround was done in one day, all materials were removed and cleanup was done. Day two saw the installation of the tub base and plumbing and electrical work. Day three the tub surround was installed using screws into the studs. As the shower doors weren't installed yet, a temporary bar and curtain were installed so we could shower. The last day the doors were installed and plastering was done on the walls where tiles and wallpaper were removed.
    - Constance R.
  • B
    Stahl Mowery Construction
    One of the things we loved about working with Stahl-Mowery was the ideas they had.  We had worked previously with an architect to get ideas and we actually liked Paul's ideas and plans better.  I wanted a large open kitchen/sunroom addition with lots of windows and a patio door where I could see the countryside and we loved his ideas on how to achieve it. He also suggested a covered porch off of the kitchen/sunroom with a fan that is great for sitting outside. We enlarged and covered the front porch as well.  It was a very large project because not only were we adding an addition, we were also bringing the rest of the house up to modern day standards as it had no central heat, very few lights and outlets and no upstairs bath.  We added outlets/switches/lights to each room, the basement, the attic, as well as many ceiling fans.  We had issues with old plaster that needed to be repaired/replaced.  Most of the wood floors were refinished except for in the kitchen/dining room/laundry room where we had to put down new flooring. They added a laundry room with a closet and laundry tub vanity. The entire interior of the house was repainted as well. We took one of the upstairs bathrooms and made it into a bathroom. The toilet is enclosed in its own little room with a pocket door and we have a large shower, vanity and linen closet.  We absolutely love the bathroom. However, our favorite room is the kitchen/sunroom. We had an idea for it from the architect but the architect still had a supporting wall in the plan (since we were knocking out the back corner of the house).  I didn't care for it and Paul came up with exactly what was in my head for a large open room with an island, lots of large windows and a patio door. He took the architect's plans and made them so much better.  He also enlarged the doorway to the rest of the house to make it as large as possible to add to the openness. They also insulated the whole house and put in insulation and ventilation/soffits in the attic in addition to a new floor in the that just had boards over the joists. So they turned a creepy attic into a large usable storage space. Their carpenter is a genius.  The old house had cherry trim around the windows but white trim on the inside of the windows. When replacing the windows he carefully matched new wood with old to create a trim around and inside the window frame to match. He also matched the wood work in the addition so that, even though we wanted white to match our white shaker-style cabinets, the trim was the same style.  Also in the upstairs bathroom because of the new walls, he has to match trim as well. He built a matching frame around a large mirror in the upstairs bath which we love.  We did encounter numerous issues along the way.  The garage floor was not sloped and so did not drain and we ended up with large frozen puddles right after it was completed that winter.  In the process of taking off the end of the house, since we had no central heat, the pipes froze and burst in the basement and the water softener was ruined. The time frame was way longer than we anticipated.  There would be days when no one was working because the subs were working elsewhere. There were smaller issues that are bound to arise when doing construction. So we had our share of frustrating times. However having said that, in the end we absolutely LOVE our "new" farmhouse. Everything that was an issue was addressed and fixed. The garage floor was jack-hammered up and redone at a slope. All the busted pipes and the water softener were replaced. Smaller details were addressed. We have two residences and the farm was going to be our weekend getaway house. But we love it so much that we spend most of our time there and in a couple years we plan to sell our other house and just live there. In the end, Paul told us he wanted us to be happy with the job and he would do whatever he had to do to get the job done right.  I would hire him again knowing that the time frame might be longer than hoped but knowing that, in the end, the job would be done right. 
    - Chandra H.
  • C
    It seemed like there was bad communication because they didn't do what I wanted them to do. In the end they didn't finish the work because they didn't do it to my specifications. It seemed like they were rushing through, for instance they wouldn't sand down the drywall after they mudded it. I had to go back in and finish it myself. They were nice, but I wouldn't hire them again.
    - SHARON B.
  • D
    Brothers Handymen Llc
    I give them 'F'. It was terrible, the quality of the work. I paid them before the job was complete and I left for the weekend. When I came back, the quality of the work was terrible. I tried to call the owner of the company and he wouldn't return my calls. They never came back to finish the job. With drywall, you have to put on multiple layers, you put sand, then more mud on, and sand and put more mud on, I actually have pictures, do you guys ever attach pictures? I have pictures of the job that they left. I ended up getting a hold of one of the guys that worked with him and he came back and tried to make some of it right but the owner of the company never even acknowledged my phone call. They didn't finish it. They said it was finished. They told me they were going to stay the day that I paid them, they said they were going to stay until it was finished. They were supposed to have it ready to paint. It had to be sanded and mudded, they just left it unfinished. I have worked with him for a couple of years and never had any major problem with him until this drywall job. I never really had an opportunity to really tell him other than leaving him messages saying, "This isn't done, you need to come back and  finish it".  They did a lot of work for us.
    - Kelly M.
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