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  • C
    Had to have them come back and replace a tile that had a hairline crack. The tiles seem uneven and the grout lines are not uniform. I was satisfied with the planning and purchase stage; but would not use them again because of the tiler.
    - Eileen F.
  • F
    AAA Plumbing

    Called AAA plumbing to get estimate on having a kitchen faucet installed..I had already bought the kitchen faucet and just needed it installed.  I also had a strainer basket I needed installed in bottom of sink.  The gal gave me an estimate of 475. and that was just for the faucet.  She then said it would be as much or more to install the strainer basket as it was more work to install than the faucet.  I hired another plumber and his bill was 135. for both of those services and also putting new faucets on my washing machine.  Quite a difference in price!  I felt that price was ridiculous!  Will never hire AAA ever again..have used them in the past and felt at that time that they were overpriced...

    - Eva M.
  • B
    Originally we inquired about cabinet restoration and counter top installation.  The bid for the counter top portion was very high. In fact, over 40% higher that another provider for the exact same product and service.  Although the bid for the cabinet restoration seemed high, they are the only company in the area that provides this service and it is considerably less that new cabinets so we went with it.  Our initial contact with Kitchen Tuneup was at the home show on March 27, 2015 where I expressed my disappointment that they had not contacted me after I requested information on their services the previous year.  They apologized all  over the place and said that they would call me as soon as the home show was over.  Two weeks later I received a call that their project manager could come out the next week.  He did and was on time.  As he left, he said I should have the bid in about a week.  Two weeks later (Apr 30) I received the bid.  The project was started on May 27 and finished on May 29.  I was very pleased with the job that Brad did.  He was on time and very professional.
    The project manager contacted us on June 5 to say that he would be getting together the final invoice and would come out.  I responded to him that the check for the second half of the payment was ready.  Have had no contact with him since then.
    Needless to say we did not use Kitchen Tuneup for the counter top.

    - Larry T.
  • C
    Scott McCaskell Construction
    It took almost a year (it was a 600 sq. foot house to begin with). He left his van in our drive for months while he was off working on other projects, not working on the job here. The paint job on the outside is coming off, it's been up there about a month. There is hardly water pressure in the first floor bath or kitchen. The yard is basically trashed, fence destroyed. I would never use him again.
    - Joel W.
  • A
    A C E LLC
    The renovations at both bathrooms works truly good, everything that we planned and hope for was accomplished by Aaron and his team. We love our new bathrooms and enjoy the luxury and the beauty after the renovation. A well good job done. Thanks a lot - still waiting for ur bid on the floors.
    - Nicole R.
  • A
    Kitchen Tune-Up provided us with several consultations during which we made several revisions to our plans for the total renovation of our kitchen. Their ideas were creative, yet reasonable for our particular layout. Their showroom is so helpful because they have so many of the elements one should consider when remodeling the kitchen--tile, backsplash, cabinetry, displays, hardware, countertop material. | |They tore out the kitchen one week, Nov. 4, and a flooring retailer installed new floors two days later. One week after the tear out, Kitchen Tune-Up returned to put in almost all of the cabinets except one that had to be installed after the quartz countertop was installed. Each day after they were finished, they cleaned up and left things in an orderly way. | |The subcontractors they hired showed up when we were told they would be there. All were courteous and considerate--Jay, Rich, Brad, Tim, and Steve. | |From the time of the tear out to the end date, we had no kitchen sink and used a small bathroom sink; the stove and dishwasher were in the garage; the refrigerator was a in the dining room, but always plugged in for our use (with no water or ice). I assume this is normal for kitchen remodels. Having no sink was the biggest headache as it is difficult to wash items like crockpots and pans in a small sink. (We ate out a lot.) | |One really important thing for us was that Kitchen Tune-Up always took careful measure to insure that our new floor was protected from the doorway through the entry way into the kitchen and under the refrigerator. And when the cabinets were all put in, the appliances were all put back in the kitchen as part of the cleanup of each day's work. | |There were some minor delays that were caused by delivery of some shelves missing in one unit , but that was quickly remedied by a call from Russ or Robert. We are still awaiting the pantry door, but that is because it had to be measured and ordered after some drywalling was done. The door is expected within the next week. The longest wait time was between the measurement for the quartz counter top and its installation--three weeks and 5 days. The countertop is in (and beautiful, definitely worth the wait), the backsplash is being installed, the plumber was here today to get our sink working (Hallelujah!!!) and the disposal and the plumbing to the refrigerator. The electrician was here and will return tomorrow for under counter lighting and final hookup for switches and the garbage disposal. | |The deadline for the job was the week of December 2-6. It is expected to be completed this week of December 9-13 (except for the pantry door.) Although I am in a bit of a panic because the family is coming for Christmas, I can see that the completion date is near. (And from what I hear, being that close to the initial completion date is good.) | |Another important comment is that I was always treated with respect and cheerfulness each time I went to their showroom. Amy is their front desk person and made me feel welcome every time I stopped in (And that was very often !!) Russ, the owner, Robert, production manager, and Randall, along with Chris, were all very helpful and knowledgeable. | |The kitchen is coming together beautifully. We are pleased with all of it...and with Kitchen Tune-Up. (By the way, when we weren't here, everyone was closely supervised by our pomeranian Winston...and he has only good things to say about the way they all treated him!!!) | |
    - Mary H.
  • D
    All Star Construction
    We had a range of projects running from small to large (relative?) which is why we chose to use a general
    contractor. All Star had a good reputation on Angie���s list which is why we contacted them. The process seemed to start out OK. Within a week of contact, we had one of the contractors come out and look over the site, take measurements, pictures,
    etc. We told him that, considering the number of projects, how we prioritized them would depend on the cost of each
    project and then asked when we could expect estimates, his answer was, ���A couple of weeks.��� This would prove to be
    the standard answer I got whenever I asked a question.
    It took five weeks before we had a face to face sit down only to learn no drawings/plans had been drawn up and no
    estimates were ready. When we finally did get some numbers, we knew we needed to revise our biggest project, and we
    did, significantly, but the price barely changed and we were not given a cost detail for the revision. We did not want
    to abandon the whole process so we decided to press on with one of the other projects. We received a contract but it
    was vague in detail so we asked for clarification of the dimensions and a specific start date, or at least a range for the start date. We were flatly refused those requests.
    Throughout the whole process we had to initiate all communication. We got responses but they were often vague or gave a sense of stalling, i.e. ���I���ll get back to you.���
    After two months, we still couldn���t get a start date on a single project.
    I don���t doubt the positive reviews that I read on Angie���s List but I have to believe that the quality of service
    depends on the specific contractor. I recently read a review ( that sounded very similar to our experience and I have to wonder if they were
    dealing with the same contractor that we were. I would suggest that if, within a month of the process, you find you are
    wondering what the heck is going on and why you���re not getting answers, cut your losses find someone else.

    - Maya G.
  • A
    Holdaway Construction
    He is a little more expensive but we were dealing with plumbing and I did not want to have any issues. He came recommended. He is timely and he has good people working under him. He is a perfectionist and gets things done right. When he is done it looks good. We could have gone cheaper but you get what you pay for.
    - Mar M.
  • C
    AAA Plumbing
    When I called the company, they told me the repair would cost $35. When they came to my home, they told me they had to check the book to find out the cost to repair the toilet. They told me according to the book it would cost $400. After they started working on the toilet they told me it needed an expansion ring and would cost an additional $300. The guys were nice and professional but the prices were outrageous. I called the manager, and he told me they would refund the $300 because the guys had not told me about the extra $300 cost until they had started working on the toilet. I waited a month to get the refund and it never came. I filed a report on them and finally received my refund.
    - Arnie L.
  • A
    All Star Construction
    it turned out wonderfully. They kept us informed from start to finish. They have a website that can be checked daily to see what they will be doing the next and what the finished product will look like.t
    - marg V.
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