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Glass Repair reviews in North Olmsted

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    Vortex Remodeling & Renovations
    Mike finished our basement beyond our dreams. At first, we were a little reluctant to go with him and his company. The reason being was the cost. We thought that he was way too expensive. He did charge us a consultation fee that was taken off of our bill. The consultation fee did not bother us at all because we understood that we wanted a big project done and did not want to waste his time ���just��� too come and give us a bid. We actually had 4 other contractors come out to our home and paid them fees as well. He communicated with us very well throughout the whole process to let us know what was going on. I have heard horror stories of contractors not keeping their customers in the ���loop��� of what is going on or not talking with their customers for days on end. I was actually amazed that Mike had all of our material in our garage or in the basement by the 2nd day on the job. Well, their was some items that were not their because we had them on order. He actually put the supplier on speaker phone while he ordered the vanity for the bathroom. I knew that the item was actually ordered which was awesome! Any ways, about my basement, things did take longer than I had expected it to take. After each phase was done I then understood why things took as long as they did and completely agreed on the steps that were taken to get the best finished product. Mike turned our ugly basement into the Taegu ma haul! The drywall was perfect, and the ceiling was textured the way we wanted it. The moldings or trim what ever it is called was cut perfect with no gaps. We had tons of different lighting ranging from track lighting, cans, to single lights on dimers for accenting pictures. He custom made an oak entertainment center for the TV with tubes that went threw the wall so they were not hanging in front of the wall. The bathroom had to have the concrete floor dug up so the drains could be tied into the main drain for the house. We were told that their would be cutting and pounding in the basement. Everything that was done passed inspections the first time. I had a custom built snail shower made by mike and his crew. They custom made the shower floor and did the design on the walls perfect. The glass block looks really cool from the outside when we put the dimmed light on from inside the shower. Mike even built my wife a custom nook in the shower for her to put her legs on when she shaves, it is the coolest thing ever! Mike and the crew did not do the carpet but the guys that did it were awesome. We did have some change orders but nothing that was not expected because we were told in detail on what may or may not happen as we moved forward with things. Mike did explain in detail how and why certain steps needed to be done on day one of our meeting and he was very, very knowledgeable with what exactly needed to be done. This is why we were not ���shocked��� with the change order prices. We could tell that mike actually has done this type of work personally and was not just a ���salesman���. Mike actually worked on our basement with his crew to make sure things were being done exactly what he wanted and what we wanted as well. I can not say enough of mike and his company. His contracts were very detailed as well with no "grey" areas. Hopefully this letter will help people make a yes decision to hire mike and his company over other contractors. This type of work is definitely. ���You get what you pay for���. Brian Jones
    - brian j.
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    Highest Integrity Services, Inc.
    I had an issue where I called other companies and they told me that the job wasn't big enough for them and these were Angie's List super service award winners. I called Highest Integrity on Monday and they came out on Tuesday to take care of the mirror. They took care of the issue within 15 minutes and hardly charged me anything for the work.
    - KAREN F.
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    Glass Doctor of Cleveland
    We used Glass Doctor. They were pretty quick about replacing the window. They came out like a day after we called and took about a week to replace it. I don't think that there is anything that I disliked about them. The cost was like 160 dollars.
    - David S.
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    Imperial Home Center, Inc.
    As stated above, the bathroom needed to be completely torn down to the bare studs, a door removed to allow for enlarging the shower.  Plumbing fixtures needed to be moved to accommodate the new shower configuration.  A back wall was added to the shower to allow for moving a heat vent on the floor.  A half wall was built as part of the shower for the vanity to be attached to and glass doors and marble were made part of the shower.  A new vanity mirror with two light sconces was put up, a new vanity with banjo top, and new toilet installed.  Light switches had  to be moved and made separate from the current switches. A combination heat light and vent was placed in the ceiling and can lights in shower. A brand new closet cabinet was built behind the door and new tiles put  down on the floor.  All of this came at a very reasonable price especially compared to the other estimates we received. 
    Ron the salesman was very helpful with the design and throughout the whole project.  The workmen, Bert and Miguel were wonderful workers.  They arrived on time every day, worked until everything that could be done that day was finished.  They communicated with us about everything being done so that when problems arose, they were handled smoothly.  We have been completely pleased with the work and plan to use this company again for future projects.
    - Barbara G.
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    B-K Glass Window & Door
    He showed up on time, looked at the window to make sure what was needed. It was a Pella window and not just a simple replacement. He had to do the work from inside. He put down a drop cloth to protect my carpet. He then carefully remove the wood
    trim, glass and adhesive. He cut the glass, reversed the process, cleaned up and finished the job. The cost was exactly what they quoted over the phone and took around an hour. We were very pleased with this company.
    - TIMOTHY S.
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    Odell Construction Inc
    As stated above, the bathroom needs to be completely torn down to the bare studs, a door removed to allow for enlarging the shower.  Plumbing fixtures need to be moved to accommodate the new shower configuration.  A back wall will be added to the shower to allow for moving a heat vent on the floor.  A half wall will be built as part of the shower for the vanity to be attached to, glass doors and marble tile will be part of the shower.  New vanity mirror with two light sconces added, new vanity with bandjo top, new toilet.  LIght switches have to be moved and made separate from the current switches. Heat light and vent placed in the ceiling, possibility a heated towel rack so new receptacle added, can lights in shower. Closet cabinet built and tiles for flooring.

    We had full confidence that Odell Construction could do an excellent job on our bathroom, but the estimate was just more than we felt we could afford. We will definitely consider them again when another construction project comes up.
    - Barbara G.
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    Pride Remodeling Co Inc
    This job involved the complete removal of existing shower, vanity, fixtures and commode. The bathroom has two doors so one is being eliminated. The shower is being made larger, so new shower base & curb will be added, marble wall panels, seat in the shower, soap & shampoo caddy, glass doors, grab bars & faucet.  New commode, vanity, storage cabinet, marble banjo sink top, towel bars, exhaust fan with heat & light, and vinyl tiles grouted on floor.  Electrial work involved replacing a sub panel with new panel for bath fan/heat unit, 2 wall switches, 2 vanity light & switches, shower light with switch and GFI wall recepacles. Permits and registration with the city would be handled by Pride, haul away of all debris and dumping.

    We have full conficence that Pride Remodeling would be a great company to do the job, but their estimate was more than we felt we could afford.
    - Barbara G.
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    Bear Contractors
    I am pleased to send this review of Bear Contractors. I am an Interior Designer, and had been looking for a contractor to implement my plan. Any ones that I knew were not sure they could give me what I wanted entirely. Bear said they could do it. I was a little leery at first because Angie's List gave Bear's carpenter 1 shaky review. Jim assured me that they wouldn't use him; they had a new one, Mike. Mike came every day and did the job to perfection (so ask for Mike). Everything I wanted was executed in the time specified; even to making the unusual custom mantle I asked for. They insulated the walls first and now I don't have to wrap my fireplace in a blanket to keep out winter drafts. I could not be more pleased,  and to put the icing on the cake, their cost was 1/2 the price of other estimates. I am including  before and an after pictures so you can see for yourself how well they implemented my design.
    - Bonnie M.
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    D&A were very helpful in accurately cutting the 1/8th inch plexiglass for the rear sliding window of my pickup to replace the one I had broken. I had anticipated having to replace the entire unit, but was wiilling to spend a few dollars to see if I could salvage the damaged window. I was very, very pleased when I got home with the cut piece of plexiglass and found that it fit the frame and supporting hardware perfectly. I anticipate no problems. D&A only charged me $6.00 for the cut piece. I probably saved over $150.00 by not replacing the entire unit and doing the repair myself along with their expertise.
    - Robert P S.
  • F
    Glass Doctor of Cleveland
    Stayed home to be available. Never called, never followed up.
    - John T.
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