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Insulation reviews in Ravenna

  • D
    Perfect Construction LLC
    My partner and I planned to completely renovate our kitchen
    and enlarge the eating nook, which had a half-bath adjoining, and which was
    itself an early addition to the house, into a full bedroom-full bathroom area.
    We hired Perfect Construction to do the bedroom/bathroom part of the project.
    How did it go? Not very well.
    We were given a quote of $15,400, but after signing, the
    price escalated piece by piece until it reached $24,875. We signed the contract
    in October 2013, ground was finally broken in mid-January 2014, and now, in
    mid-June, the construction is about halfway completed. We were told the whole
    project would take three weeks.
    As I said, ground was broken for the project in mid January:
    to wit, they dug a hole. As of March 7, that���s as far as they got. They decided
    they could not do the addition by adding on to the original structure, as
    originally planned, and they added $4,500 to the job for demolishing the
    existing structure. They then decided that didn���t include re-doing the
    plumbing, so they added $1,100 for plumbing the bathroom.
    As of April 3, 2014, they had poured the footers, built the
    cinderblock walls for the crawl space under the addition, and poured the floor
    of the crawl space. In the process of pouring the floor, the cement truck drove
    over our sidewalk, breaking three or four squares of it and digging deep
    furrows into the property. The men immediately got to work tearing up the old
    sidewalk and framing up some new squares. I asked them to go ahead and fix one
    more square while they were at it, which was broken, but not by them, and they
    said no. I subsequently received a quote for $350 to fix that square. I
    declined.
    We originally told the salesman that the porch which was
    atop the old addition (which had some kind of flooring ��� tar paper maybe? ��� and
    a wrought iron railing) was to be renewed on the addition, as we intended to
    use it for a sleeping porch. A subsequent representative (our salesman was
    fired in April) told us it would cost an additional $900 to finish the roof as
    a porch and install a railing.
    Also about this time, a new operations man was hired by
    Perfect Construction, and he came out to inspect the job. He expressed shock
    that the job was taking so long, and that the trash from the demolition was
    still piled up in our yard. He said he would be in contact with me every single
    day and that men would be here working every day until the job was done. (Neither
    one of these happened.) I replied that my partner was having knee surgery on
    May 6 and we needed that bathroom downstairs. He assured me it would be done by
    then and encouraged me to let them do the tiling of the
    kitchen/bedroom/bathroom, as it would be done quickly and right. Under the
    circumstances of this looming deadline, I agreed (I had wanted to do it myself,
    but I am a novice). This added over $2,000 to the project.
    As of the second week of April, they finally hauled away the
    mountain of trash from the demolition ��� (which they could have put into a
    container as they were tearing down, instead of doubling the work).The broken
    concrete from the sidewalk stayed there a few more weeks. Another trash heap
    built up in the back yard as construction proceeded. The trash stayed there
    until May 30th, when they finally sent someone to clean up the back
    yard. The first thing he did was try to take my topsoil. I stopped him from
    doing that. He said, ���They told me to come here and clean up the trash!��� ���Trash
    yes, topsoil no. You may not have it.��� He got in his truck and left, returning
    about three hours later, and loaded about half the trash into the dump truck.
    He came back a week or two later and took MOST but not ALL of the rest of the
    trash.
    When a man was there to do the wiring, I bought a ceiling
    fixture for the bathroom that was a combo fan/light/heater. When he saw that,
    he said, it will be extra to install that. I said how much, he said maybe $200,
    but he would have to ask. The next day he told me $600 to install the fixture.
    That got on my very last nerve, so I said no. The project manager came out
    later (probably the fourth different one we have had) and said rock bottom price
    would be $350. I said no.
    As of today, June 15th, the framing is up and the
    walls are roughed in (no insulation, no siding, no drywall) the plumbing is
    roughed in, the wiring is roughed in, one of two windows is installed, the
    cement backer-board is installed for tile, and the thermoplastic olefin (TPO)
    is on the roof. Other that that, we are still open to the outside through the
    remaining window, the eaves, and the gap between the main house and the new
    structure. Our fence has been torn down for these six months, so the dogs have
    no play area. The kitchen is torn out, we have no water on the main level, no
    bathroom, no kitchen, our cabinets and appliances have been in storage for six
    months (except the washer, which I had to pay an extra $40 to have delivered
    separately, because our 30-year-old one gave up the ghost) and I have been
    doing dishes in the bathtub upstairs for four or five months with no end in
    sight. It has been two weeks since anyone was here working on the house. I am
    told the latest in our succession of four or five project managers is no longer
    with the company.



    - N.C. H.
  • A
    Ohio Home Improvement
    The job started the week of Christmas, so it started slowly due to the holidays, but once they got started I was amazed how quickly the old deck came down and the new foundation was built.  The walls and roof were done in a day, then the insulation and drywall.  They often gave me ideas to make the Sunroom more to my liking.  They were always on time, put in a great day's work, and very professional.  Their workmanship was "FANTASTIC".... I could hardly believe how quickly they were able to put in the windows and doors.... the insulation and drywall came next, simultaneously with the roofing.  There were between 2-6 men every day.  The ceramic tile on the floor is awesome, and I finally got to see how a spackled ceiling was done, and loved the job they did for me.  They cleaned up every day, and I almost cried one day because it was coming together so quickly, and so professionally... TOTALLY FLAWLESS!  They put vinyl siding all around, and it matched my home perfectly.  I have only high regard and praise for everything they did.
    - E Dusty Y.
  • A
    Energy Smart Home Performance
    I called Energy Smart Insulation after checking customer reviews.  I had three other companies come to give me an estimate before I found ESI.  Nate came and checked what he felt I needed and pointed out a lot I hadn't noticed before where I was losing heat.  He was very professional and seemed to know more about the type of insulation I needed.  The workers arrived on time used a cloth runner where they walked from the first floor to the attic. They pointed out everything they did and even found a couple of things they patched up.  They cleaned up before they finished each day.  I was very happy.  I recommended them to a friend looking for insulation--she also had other contractors and decided on Energy Smart Insulation after Nate checked her home. I doubt this company needs to advertise as satisfied customers will pass the word. Great Job--I would use this company again.  It's a good feeling to work with someone who goes over problem areas in your home with you---not give a lecture-I had choices, it's my home--and they made me feel just like I had some control.  The next evening the temperature went down in the 40's-------and I could feel the difference that quick. Thanks Energy Smart Insulation and thanks to Angies List I found them. Bonnie C. from Ravenna.       
    - Bonnie C.
  • A
    Anthony Slabaugh Remodeling & Design
    Great job and would definitely hire again.
    - Mark P.
  • A
    NRG Masters
    Excellent professionalism. Would recommend to anyone. The only small problem was the actual date of service was not confirmed.
    - Rhonda V.
  • A
    Energy Smart Home Performance
    The job was completed even better than expected ,wonderful crew.
    - Bonnie C.
  • A
    Energy Smart Home Performance
    They did a wonderful job. They were very polite and professional. We are going to use them again to complete our basement. They were very honest and trust worthy.
    - Joan S.
  • A
    KSU Student Recreation and Wellness Center
    They have pools, basket courts, volley ball courts, workout areas and A-Smile walking track around the top of the building. I am an employee of KSU so I get the membership for free.
    - Ed F.
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