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Lighting Installation reviews in Hudson

  • A
    Blind And Sons LLC
    They were very nice, available almost immediately, and they came back to fix the 2 lights when they flickered. I wanted ring cameras and doorbells to go up also, but was told the price would be well over $1,000.00 which was not an option right now. They did come out and replace 2 of my outdoor lights with 2 barn lights I had, and I love the barn lights which were very inexpensive on Amazon. I can't find the exact date on my checks, so I'll just say December 3.
    - Sharon Rhea F.
  • C
    TJ Brown Company
    Any concerns we had Tom was prompt and made sure we were pleased. Updated as of 02/28/2018: I called him the first week of November to let him know that some of the floors appeared to be weak, there were some squeaks in the floors, the caulk in the front door had shrunk, the towel rods were loose, and the dishwasher was sliding around. Tom said that he could take care of everything and that he had a painting job in my area soon and that we would stop by and take care of it for me. I waited from November until the end of January and he never came by so I called January 31st and he assured me he didn't forget about me, he has a job coming up in the area and he will be over. It's now been about 4 months and I don't know how patient he wants me to be. I called him on Monday 2/26 and have no received no return call which is very unusual for him. He is normally excellent at returning calls. I've been very patient and would like this taken care of.
    - Chuck C.
  • A
    Jim's Electrician Services
    Jim and Joe were great! Wonderful to work with ans by far the neatest electricians I have ever worked with. Jim was happy to discuss any options I had with wiring. He wasn't at all condescending, but rather wanted to be sure that I had things exactly as I wanted.
    - DEANA B.
  • A
    Rons Electrical Service
    I remember I was very pleased.   Prices were very reasonable, he came when I wanted him to, and I had an emergency one day and he came within hours. I am very pleased with his work. I have also given his name out to other people.
    - Kimberly S.
  • A
    Litescapes by Dan Husney LLC
    Dan exceeded our expectations in every aspect of the project. We met with and received estimates from three area landscape lighting businesses and Dan really stood out from the rest. His many years of experience in landscaping and lighting, his knowledge, passion and artistic eye really made him the best choice for us. He worked with us to develop the best plan for lighting around our home while staying within our budget. Unlike his competitors, his responses to calls and e-mails were always prompt. Once we hired him, he worked tirelessly to complete our project on time. Dan is meticulous with every part of his work - he even made last minute adjustments to our lighting all the way down to the end to be sure we were completely satisfied. We are very happy with our lighting and would definitely hire him again.
    - Leah A.
  • A
    Kingsmill Group Inc
    Very well, it was somewhat sporadic being over the holidays, but the contractors always called first and let me know when they were arriving.  I was amazed at the speed and quality with which they all worked.  They even installed the click together floor for me in the smaller room, and framed/drywalled a kids cubby under the stairs.  Chip Answered all my questions in a timely manner and was communicative about details.
    - Carolyn B.
  • A
    Walt's Handyman Services
    From start to finish, my husband and I were so impressed with Walt. He is punctual, honest, very reasonably priced and does great work. We are so happy with the end result and will definitely call him for our next home improvement or repair project.
    - Laura C.
  • A
    Rons Electrical Service
    Job went very well.  The kitchen is now well lite and the wife is very happy.  The three accent lights in the family room near the fireplace made a huge difference in the look of the room.  Nice job Ron
    - Richard J.
  • A
    Cassi Electric Inc.
    Greg was very communicative, flexible and collaborative, explaining what he would be doing and how it would work. I felt very at ease working with him. The lights look fabulous and make a huge difference in our home. The cost was very reasonable, too!
    - Lukas T.
  • D
    JM Design Build

    First - We ended up spending over $26,000.00 to have our bathroom completely remodeled of which the construction portion was $12,100.00. When we first called Kevin Haney at JM Design he was absolutely IMMEDIATE when responding to questions or concerns. We had a beautiful drawing of our bathroom done which showed a rough schematic of what we were looking for. The responses at the beginning were absolutely BEYOND perfect and made you believe that this company is going to really walk us through this process and create an environment that is positive. The moment we wrote a check for the deposit is when things went down hill fast. We signed at the end of March and the project did not officially finish till today 8/18/15. This was a 3-4 week project based on their timelines. They did not want to start until ALL the supplies were on site so we essentially had to delay the start date from 5/1/15 to 5/25/15 because the cabinets took 4-5 weeks to get in. They ended up not officially starting till the first week in June due to the holiday. We were one week into the project and they wanted to change the payment plan. We declined and they were fine with it but obviously it made us concerned about cash flow. Two weeks into the project (middle of June) all they had completed was the demolition work and they were looking for their payment that was due (half the money- remember this is technically when they were suppose to be half way done). Obviously we were NOT comfortable paying for half the job when NOTHING Was done. So we changed the payment plan to now be more specific to various jobs being completed. We agreed to weekly meetings to discuss the timeline which grew into a 5-6 week project then to 8 weeks tops..essentially on July 3rd we had a very frank conversation that said we were upset that NOTHING was done except demolition and the framing of the new closet had started (not finished or even close). Just a reminder this is now 7 weeks into the project when we are meeting with them. Up to this point the discussion of the timeline was apparently all crap as there was typically only one guy on the project which they claimed was all that was needed on the project however on July 3rd a new guy showed up at the meeting that had all the answers. With Jeremy and Kevin (owners) in the same room (my bathroom) with this new guy Mike we then proceeded to find out he has been on another project and this was his first day out to our house. The other guy (his name was Mike too) was basically the hired help to get the job ready for the other Mike....I guess. Anyway the new Mike (lets call him the project manager) proceeds to say that he will need 3 weeks to do the job and while I am BLOWING A GASKET that this now is going to be 10-11 weeks I figure I have to bite my tongue and move forward as its better than the legal option. Project manager cant get started until the following week due to existing commitments. We basically start over and he does a fairly good job with sticking to his timeframe. We had some issues that I expected the JM Design to do a better job of communication but the tile work we wanted done was not done to our specifications (they should have laid out a sample pattern and had us approve it but we assumed the verbal conversations were all that was needed) which is common sense. Even the contractors on the job knew the tile work didn't look right but they were told by their bosses (Jeremy and Kevin) how to do this. So essentially the problems were as follows: 1) Communication on how we wanted things laid out were not documented and therefore confusion existed ultimately costing me another $800 in tile work that I really have no idea what they were thinking with some of the areas 2) Communication on the timeline for the project was HORRIBLE till the end 3) drywall work and painting was NOT good..definitely NOT their strong suit as you could see the drywall was not patched and floated out correctly, painting required two coats and they did one so several areas you could see where the paint didn't cover or had drip marks, they got paint speckles all over the new tub and tile work because they didn't use a drop cloth. I mean this is the type of work I would do as a non professional 4) The grout on the floor is a different color- you see where they did one area one day and then did the rest of the floor on another day as there is clearly two distinct colors 5) The tub they installed is not supported properly underneath and we are currently trying to work with JM Design to get this corrected but they are not responding or even acknowledging our email. 6) they did not seal any of the tile work they did in the shower, tub area or floor as they said it was not necessary.. FYI- We were educated by EVERYONE.. Oakwood Village, separate contractors that sealing the tile is very important to keeping the tile looking new and preventing grout from getting discolored, etc.

    NOW IN LIEU of all of this we did keep $661.00 of the final payment with a HUGE explanation as to what we didn't like and what didnt meet our expectations which let me just be the first to tell that between the 1) $80.00 we spent to have all the appliances, floor cleaned 2) the $440.00 we are going to spend (once the contractor can get there) to have the drywall seems floated out along with doing a better job of cutting into the sealing 3) $150.00 we spent to have all the tile sealed (shower, floor, whirlpool tub area) 4) the $180.00 we spent to have all the duck work cleaned out (during the construction phase they exposed a return air vent and didn't block it back off so it sucked all the insulation that fell out of the attic right above the area that had the exposed return air vent which in turn caused the air system to fail. 5) $350.00 to have the tub pulled and supported properly on the bottom so it doesn't creek like its going to crack when you get in (still waiting to get all the quotes in to fix the tub). We also have the entire front of the house covered in white powder from where they cut the tile work on the front porch and never cleaned up after themselves. You hear about cleanliness and most of you are probably like me and would take the best price over someone who is clean however when you have a project drag out to 12 plus weeks you will QUICKLY start to get tired of the mess that is made and not cleaned up on a daily basis.

    I would not recommend this company as they might be the best priced but the service and quality will lack!

    - James C.
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