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Woodworking reviews in Maineville

  • A
    Dadstasks Painting and Remodeling LLC
    Darryl and his crew have done multiple projects for our family, and we cannot recommend them enough. From basic work to full-blown renovations and made-from-scratch creations, Dadstasks has been consistently great work for a very competitive price. Any time we encountered little issues, like small touch-up spots for paint, a crew showed up first thing the very next day to correct it. Communication is always fast, and everyone that's come to our home has been professional, courteous, and respectful. We'll use Dadstasks again, any time we have a project - small or large! Thanks for your hard work!
    - Joe G.
  • A
    Cincinnati Handyman Services LLC
    Eric has done multiple tasks for me. He did two bathroom remodels for me at a prior location for which I���ve left reviews. I���m just mentioning it again as I sold that condo and a big factor for getting it sold were the beautiful baths. I moved into a new build recently and had Eric complete some changes including an oversized closet in the utility room which was a wasted space. I asked Eric to install shelves to convert to an additional pantry. As usual he was very detailed and particular as how to complete. We discussed wood vs wire shelves and Eric gave me the pros and cons. Once we decided upon wood shelves Eric was frustrated in finding good wood to install. I so appreciate that he was particular in making sure I had proper and long lasting shelving. He was able to add side shelves that I never contemplated, taking full advantage of the space. They are so awesome. His in-depth knowledge and expertise of home maintenance and remodel never ceases to surprise me. He���s very thorough and particular with the materials and brands he chooses as well as being picky with his own work and in turn that is gratifying to know a job is well done and lasting. I can���t recommend Eric enough.
    - Jonelle H.
  • A
    Siegel Design Center, Remodeling & Design
    Siegel Design completed a major home renovation including total kitchen remodel, new flooring in the entire main level (5 rooms), and finished our entire unfinished basement to add a TV/sitting room, 2 bedrooms, full bath, workout area, and storage closets. Andy & Cheryl were great to work with, from designing & selecting options to communicating everything really well with us during the renovation. Also, every drywaller, painter, electrician, etc, who came in during the renovation was super nice and very friendly! We were told by another contractor that a kitchen wall could not be removed, but Andy was able to remove the entire wall to open our kitchen up and make it larger. Andy was able to build a very unique wall for a see-thru fireplace, which turned out absolutely beautiful. I've gotten so many compliments on the craftsmanship of the finished product, everyone tells me that our kitchen looks like it's from a picture in a magazine. Thank you so much Siegel Design!
    - Andrew M.
  • A
    FELDHAUS CONSTRUCTION LLC
    If there was a rating higher than A I'd give it to them. Easy to work with, high quality and professionalism, on time, great communication. Any delays on this project came from us or suppliers, not Jeff. Now, almost a year later we have had zero issues with the work done. Zero.
    - Michael F.
  • A
    FELDHAUS CONSTRUCTION LLC
    We hired Jeff and his team to remodel two bathrooms in our home. The result and the experience were excellent in every way. Jeff was very good at communicating with us, we always knew what was going to happen when. They came when they said they would be there and did what they said they would do, and did it with first class quality. When issues arose, as they always will, they worked closely with us to choose a solution. Any delays in the project were due to our situation and/or outside suppler lead times, not anything under his control. Jeff suggested a couple suppliers to us, both of whom did great work. I will not hesitate to ask Jeff and his crew back for our next project.
    - Michael F.
  • F
    CDM Construction
    Signed contract on October 24, 2017, for a total amount of $60,000.00 with CDM Construction. Breaking of Contract- Per the contract that was supplied by CDM Construction and signed by us, the entirety of the project should have been completed in 100 days. CDM Construction did not list in the contract that they would need any additional time related to weather delays. Only counting Monday through Friday and dismissing the following holidays (Election Day, Veteran���s Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year���s Day, Martin Luther King Day, & President���s Day) the date of project completion should have been March 21st. As of today, this project is still not complete. (200+ (twice the contract time length) days total and counting) Signed contract for $60,000.00. Total paid to CDM construction to date: $74,475.00. Amount paid to date to other contractors to finish portions of CDM���s work or repair damages caused by CDM to date: $8,655.00. Costs still associated that have not been finalized including materials and labor: grading, additional concrete to complete concrete pour, floor & tile repair, demo, & carpentry to fix incorrect buildout of interior floor height. Total amount over CDM estimate $21,130.00 or 38% over estimate with a number that will continue to grow as all repairs are finalized. Craftsmanship - -related to height of the floor/interior buildout. This lead to additional concrete (a solution invented by CDM Construction) needing poured outside which still didn���t fix the issue and only served to drive up the cost. From an operations standpoint, we are significantly higher than the guests we are serving. It was not built according to the plans submitted by a licensed architect that were stamped and approved by Warren County Building & Zoning Department, nor was this architect consulted during the buildout. -the floor installed this year has bubbled up in 5 different spots. This lead to damaging of the floor in multiple spots as well. The entire floor will need replaced less than 6 months after install. -electricity and lights needed to be fixed from CDM Construction rewiring building. 5 ballasts went from working in October of 2017 to not working in the spring of 2018. -CDM Construction twice refrained from properly using plastic draping that lead to dust, debris, and dirt covering portions of the property that were not associated with the buildout. Entire cleanup was performed by our staff, on both occasions, and additional dust lead to damages to a refrigeration unit. Other matters pertinent to our grievance: - The only work done in first month after contract signing included taking down a tree on 11/3/17; next site work was not performed until 11/30/17. This pushed an entire month of production further into winter. - December conversation with Mac Robinson III, owner/representative of CDM Construction, saying he needed additional money for concrete pour. This was off-schedule and not outlined in the contract. Mr. Robinson positioned to us as, ���the concrete company needs a down payment��� in order to proceed with the project. Payment of $16,000.00 was made on 12/15/2017. Concrete would not be poured until 3/15/18 and after an additional downpayment that was necessary to the concrete company (due to the need for more concrete, because the interior buildout was done incorrectly (See Above)) - Met with Mr. Robinson on 3/9/18 to go over work to date and work still to be done at that time. We took on additional parts of the project and have had other contractors we were ready to work with move on from project waiting for CDM Construction to complete portions necessary before their work could be started. - Numerous days/weeks where zero activity was present in the middle of project timeline not related to weather or supplies. Regular delays in project related employees of CDM Construction being in Florida & Texas. - Have one 4��� x 10��� (size approximate) portion of concrete still to pour, along with final site clean-up, and demanded additional money to finish the job even with the overages that are listed above. - Dates and deadlines, self-appointed by Mac Robinson III, listed in text messages, in-person conversations, and phone calls would come and go, rarely with an explanation. - Numerous times during our working relationship with Mr. Robinson he displayed a lack of organizational abilities necessary for budget keeping, accounting, and management. He has been unable to provide full receipts for materials and timecards for his employees. Another example is he was caught attempting to overbill us for the project by $3000.00 and $2000.00 when a clear payment was presented to him via text messages on 7/27 and 7/31, respectively. -Sub-contractor hired by Mr. Robinson contacted us directly, threatening to put a lien on our business. He had not been paid for his portion of the work and was told by Mr. Robinson that our portion of the payment was delinquent and was still owed to him (which was false, as Mr. Robinson had been promptly paid). - Contact with Mac Robinson III and other members of CDM Construction was hard, even impossible at times. Many phone calls and texts would go unreturned or returned numerous weekdays later while the project was at a standstill.
    - Joe F.
  • F
    CDM Construction
    Signed contract on October 24, 2017, for a total amount of $60,000.00 with CDM Construction. Breaking of Contract- Per the contract that was supplied by CDM Construction and signed by us, the entirety of the project should have been completed in 100 days. CDM Construction did not list in the contract that they would need any additional time related to weather delays. Only counting Monday through Friday and dismissing the following holidays (Election Day, Veteran���s Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year���s Day, Martin Luther King Day, & President���s Day) the date of project completion should have been March 21st. As of today, this project is still not complete. (200+ (twice the contract time length) days total and counting) Signed contract for $60,000.00. Total paid to CDM construction to date: $74,475.00. Amount paid to date to other contractors to to finish portions of CDM���s work or repair damages caused by CDM to date: $8,655.00. Costs still associated that have not been finalized including materials and labor: grading, additional concrete to complete concrete pour, floor & tile repair, demo, & carpentry to fix incorrect buildout of interior floor height. Total amount over CDM estimate $21,130.00 or 38% over estimate with a number that will continue to grow as all repairs are finalized. Craftsmanship - -related to height of the floor/interior buildout. This lead to additional concrete (a solution invented by CDM Construction) needing poured outside which still didn���t fix the issue and only served to drive up the cost. From an operations standpoint, we are significantly higher than the guests we are serving. It was not built according to the plans submitted by a licensed architect that were stamped and approved by Warren County Building & Zoning Department, nor was this architect consulted during the buildout. -the floor installed in January of this year has bubbled up in 5 different spots. This lead to damaging of the floor in multiple spots as well. The entire floor will need replaced less than 6 months after install. -electricity and lights needed to be fixed from CDM Construction rewiring building. 5 ballasts went from working in October of 2017 to not working in the spring of 2018. -CDM Construction twice refrained from properly using plastic draping that lead to dust, debris, and dirt covering portions of the property that were not associated with the buildout. Entire cleanup was performed by our staff, on both occasions, and additional dust lead to damages to a refrigeration unit. Other matters pertinent to our grievance: - The only work done in first month after contract signing included taking down a tree on 11/3/17; next site work was not performed until 11/30/17. This pushed an entire month of production further into winter. - December conversation with Mac Robinson III, owner/representative of CDM Construction, saying he needed additional money for concrete pour. This was off-schedule and not outlined in the contract. Mr. Robinson positioned to us as, ���the concrete company needs a down payment��� in order to proceed with the project. Payment of $16,000.00 was made on 12/15/2017. Concrete would not be poured until 3/15/18 and after an additional downpayment that was necessary to the concrete company (due to the need for more concrete, because the interior buildout was done incorrectly (See Above)) - Met with Mr. Robinson on 3/9/18 to go over work to date and work still to be done at that time. We took on additional parts of the project and have had other contractors we were ready to work with move on from project waiting for CDM Construction to complete portions necessary before their work could be started. - Numerous days/weeks where zero activity was present in the middle of project timeline not related to weather or supplies. Regular delays in project related employees of CDM Construction being in Florida & Texas. - Have one 4��� x 10��� (size approximate) portion of concrete still to pour, along with final site clean-up, and demanded additional money to finish the job even with the overages that are listed above. - Dates and deadlines, self-appointed by Mac Robinson III, listed in text messages, in-person conversations, and phone calls would come and go, rarely with an explanation. - Numerous times during our working relationship with Mr. Robinson he displayed a lack of organizational abilities necessary for budget keeping, accounting, and management. He has been unable to provide full receipts for materials and timecards for his employees. Another example was he was caught attempting to overbill us for the project by $3000.00 and $2000.00 when a clear payment was presented to him via text messages on 7/27 and 7/31, respectively. -Sub-contractor hired by Mr. Robinson contacted us directly, threatening to put a lien on our business. He had not been paid for his portion of the work and was told by Mr. Robinson that our portion of the payment was delinquent and was still owed to him (which was false, as Mr. Robinson had been promptly paid). - Contact with Mac Robinson III and other members of CDM Construction was hard, even impossible at times. Many phone calls and texts would go unreturned or returned numerous weekdays later while the project was at a standstill.
    - Joe F.
  • A
    Assured Construction
    Absolutely fantastic! I couldn't of asked for a better company to come in and totally renovate my house! From the slate tile to the wood ceiling and both kitchen and bathroom full remodeled and so much more this company is by far the best company! They showed up on time everyday! They got work done on or before the deadline! And the work was absolutely perfect they are very meticulous and pay attention to ALL the detail! They made sure both me and my wife were 100% satisfied along the way! The communication is a big thing with me and they exceeded my expectations when it came to that! This is by far the best company! All around 5 stars! I will be using them soon to finish my basement!
    - Stephen K.
  • A
    Continental Painting & Home Improvements
    Mark and the team were incredibly good to deal with. I have a cedar house which needed siding repairs and to be painted. The work was fabulous, the price was more than fair and the communication was top notch. I had difficulty getting other painters to even respond to my request for quotes. Mark communicated every day and exceeded expectations. I will only use Continental in the future.
    - Keith H.
  • A
    Yeah, We Do That.
    Greg is courteous, has great interpersonal skills, is attentive to detail and has a strong customer service orientation. In the course of moving his ladder, he put a slight nick in the banister. It was a small mark, which I would have likely missed but he brought it to my attention once he had finished installing the last two fans. He said he had wood putty in his truck and if the builder had left me any extra wood stain that he would repair the nick. Although I didn't have any extra wood stain, he filled in the nick with the wood putty and asked if I would call the builder to get the name of the stain they used in my home, which I agreed to do. We scheduled a time for him to return with the appropriate stain color to finish touching up the wood. He was here as promised that Saturday morning, painted over the wood putty area and left me the small can of stain he purchased for the repair.
    This experience shows that Greg also is a man of integrity by pointing out his inadvertent mishap, trying his best to repair the nick at that time and coming back a few days later to finish up the job and do it right. Some will say "well that's what he was supposed to do" and I would say that's true. However, people don't always do what they should do especially when an error isn't noticeable. When it comes to future handyman projects, Greg will be the first contact I make!


    - Suzane B.
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