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    HALDE INSULATION & SIDING CO
    I was just wanting an estimate for insulation removal and new installation if needed. They were all set up to do the job before even giving me an estimate and getting my ok. I asked for an estimate first and never heard back from them.
    - Mary Beth A.
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    HALDE INSULATION & SIDING CO
    After we had the estimate and accepted the estimate and they didn't get back to us about when they could do the service. I had to contact them several times to get them to come out. The work that they was very good though.
    - John W.
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    Hometown Remodeling
    October, 2012--John and his crew winterized my garage and turned the rafter section into a storage area complete with drop-down steps. The work was done timely and accurately. For what they did, I felt we would have been charged more by any number of other contractors, many of whom would not have done the work nearly as well. The results were fantastic. We had a normal winter, and where water would have frozen before, I now had a workspace that was as toasty as our TV room. It made my home-based business flow much smoother. I should also mention that they worked around the mess we had in our garage with great efficiency.
    End of May-August, 2011--This is when we were first introduced to John. I had a roofing project started by someone else who left the roof bare except for the tar paper. 1-inch rains had been occurring about 3 times a week through May and a good storm with wind would have removed the paper and destroyed the roof (we didn't know an 18-month drought was just beginning, but that's another story). When I asked a friend, they told me about John. I called him on a Sunday and pleaded my case. He had a number of other jobs that needed to be started, but because I was in a serious predicament and it wouldn't hurt any of his current customers to have him away for a day, he came by on Monday and finished the roofing. We have never seen anything done so quickly and accurately. In one day, one man installed a beautiful roof that still looks brand new. Since the drought seems to have ended, we've had it tested by a few rains and no moisture has gotten through. In spite of the fact that he could have charged me a confiscatory rate, he actually charged me less than I thought it would have been.
    Later that summer, John did an excellent job at replacing the rotted board that border the roof along the side of the garage with a white plastic board that perfectly matched the paint. He then made us a set of plastic gables that will last forever for the top of our house. They look fantastic and our occasional bat and mouse visits were eliminated (mice were climbing the vines).
    Summer 2012--My wife is a great gardener and has always wanted window flower boxes. John fabricated some out of a plastic the likes of which he'd used on the gables, however, they were supported with some steel frames that were bolted into the brick of the house. A grown man (maybe 2) could stand on them without them falling or tearing away and more importantly, my wife and all the neighbors absolutely love them. The cost of these was about what we'd have paid for some of the nice prefabs, which are of no better quality than John's and we still would have had to install them ourselves.
    SUMMARY: In John, we feel we have finally found our one go-to contractor who can make or fix just about anything that can be made or fixed. Both my wife and I frequently recommend him.
    Joe H.


    - Joe H.
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    Carlson Property Maintenance
    We bought our house in mid-May 2012 and planned to move in July 1. We did the demo work ourselves. Our first contractor and crew was slow, disorganized, and messy. They had no sense of time. We hired Paul to put up our fence about mid-June, but when he saw the state of our house project, we ended up talking about that and hiring him to take over as general contractor. He brought in extra people to try to meet our deadline.
    When Paul came on board the beams had been replaced, some electrical and plumbing work had been done, the gas furnace was in, but the water heater still needed to be installed. The windows and patio door were in. The basement stairs had been done and work started on the downstairs bath. The walls were still at the studs. The place was a mess.
    Paul put together a crew that worked efficiently and even cleaned up at the end of each day. A lot of the previous plumbing work had to be redone. Apparently we'd had an unlicensed plumber previously. The on-demand heater was difficult to install but the new plumbing crew figured it out together with our furnace guy. Paul brought in a drywaller who did a wonderful job getting the walls up and finished. They even painted which we had planned to do ourselves.
    We could always contact him by text him to find out how things were going, what he needed. We didn't feel like we had to be there every day to stay on top of things. He understood our time schedule. We didn't feel like we were walking through a dump when we visited the house. He helped us through the inspection process. We didn't finish quite on time, but considering everything we did well to be just a few days later. We ended up spending a lot more money than we'd anticipated, but we got quality work done when we needed it.
    - Janet K.
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    Steve Wallin
    I had asked for an estimate. I was given $4000-$5000 to retile both the walls in my basement that were leaking. He only retiled a portion of one of my walls but the estimate stayed the same price. I came home to find out he had been snooping in my basement and found paint brushes and sealer and paint. He did so without asking. Where else was he snooping? He used the sealer he found in my basement to seal the walls. Estimate still remained the same. He put all his supplies in my garage and made a total mess. He finished sealing the walls and retiling the portion of the floor. He totally trashed the trim around my "new" eggress window bringing supplies in and out the window. He said he would fix it. He did not. He insulated some of the walls. He ran out of insulation. Said he would be back to finish. He did not. He took 2 smoke alarms down off my ceilings and never replaced them. He used our hose in th back yard and a week later we find it still out there. He did not put it away. I came home to our ladder up against our house and he is no where to be found. We had to put it away. He said he would clean up his mess. All he did was take his stuff out of my garage and leave. I had to clean the garage. He had sand and pearock all over the place. He had gotten sand and pearock all over my basement steps (White Carpet which he never covered) and did not vaccuum them. He made a big hole in my basment ceiling and marked up my basement walls while taking the sheetrock off. Which he did not resheetrock because he claimed it became more extensive then originally planned. Too bad, you bid that price. His bid was to retile and resheetrock and fix the leakage and it was for $4000 - $5000 and he didn't do everything he bid but the bid remained the same and he left me high and dry to finish insulating and sheetrocking. He left me to clean up the mess he made. He made more issues to be fixed with his carelessness. He was very unprofessional and did not fix the things he messed up or broke. He just took the money and left. He also was very annoying about the money. He told me he would get one third to begin, one third when half way finished and the final third when done. The total time he was here he was always begging for more money. Most businessman have a business account that they pay for items out of and do not beg for money everytime they see you. We had discussed having someone come over and camera the tile to see if it was broken before he fixed it. I told him I wasn't willing to pay $300.00. I came home for lunch and there was a plumbing company outside waiting to get in to camera the tile. He showed up after they had finished and told me I needed to pay them. He did not okay this with me and a trustworthy businessman would have. I paid him the final third as he told me he was done and all he had to do was clean up. I had to clean up, I had to do his leftover work. He is not a trustworthy person and obviously the people he gives you to call as references are friends or relatives that give him a good rating. I have to pay someone else to come in and finish insulating, sheetrocking and landscape and hope that he really knew what he was doing and thatt he leaking will stop. Not trustworthy, not professional does not follow through with what he proposes and costs me even more money in the long run. I will never recommend him to anyone or ever use him again. Word of mouth is a very powerful thing. He is not a very reliable or competent businessman.
    - Kathi S.
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