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    Granite Land
    I've used Granite Land for a couple years now in several houses and remodels that I've done. They are always the ones I refer to other people needing countertops done. They have great pricing and high quality installs.
    - Courtney R.
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    Onyx Renovation LLC
    Stacy is the best! He fixed the door quickly. We moved into a house and had already spent money to fix the door ourselves. We should have called Onyx first! He was referred by a close personal friend. Very knowledgeable and professional. Looking forward to a kitchen remodel very soon!
    - Janet W.
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    A friend of mine told me about A/R Remodeling and I decided to hire him because I truly love the work he has done with my friend. A/R remodeling did a great job I truly love my bathrooms they look great really pretty. He has done a very professional job at my house, A/R Remodeling made my bathrooms from scratch and he did a very nice job. I���m so excited with the result it truly made me house look awesome. I recommend him 100%. He is honest and reliable. He did the job on the time frame agreed.
    - Lydia M.
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    Texas ReBath
    While any major home remodel can seem daunting, Mark's group of professionals made the master bathroom remodel process easy for me. Mark, a Navy veteran, is the owner, and took my call when I inquired about an estimate. Debbie is the interior consultant, and she took her time going over several options and price points. She was very easy to work with, didn't push any options over another, took my input into consideration, and was mindful of my goals and budget. Katie, at the front desk, was very courteous and professional. Matt and Julio were a great team, and were very knowledgeable, professional, and organized. They arrived on time and tidied up at the end of the day. We ran into some minor issues which were easily overcome, and they exceeded my expectations. As advertised, this was a five day job. The remodel turned out much better than what I had envisioned, and I'm extremely happy with my "new" bathroom. Their warranty gives me peace of mind, and I expect to enjoy the bathroom for many years to come!
    - Frank N.
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    Empire General Contracting of Texas, LLC
    Very well. Carlos and his team were great to work with. If there were any issues or questions Carlos called me immediately. We worked through them right away. He finished ahead of schedule. We lived in the house during the rehab. Carlos was totally thoughtful about that.
    - Frank T.
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    Whats Next Remodeling LLC
    The contractors and workers were punctual, professional and extremely skilled. They kept us informed at every step. We weren't sure about all the design details, but because of their recommendations the shower turned out fantastic.
    - Mayha T.
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    The Personal Touch Cont
    I set out a point by point Project Plan, agreed that I would supply and pay for all materials, reviewed the project plan with Willard and we agreed on a price. Although he said it may be as much as 2K more, I was prepared to deal with this when we got to the end of the agreed upon price. I paid over half the total amount up front as I trusted Willard having hired him for small jobs before. My family and I were leaving on vacation just after the first 1/2 week of work. Willard told me that he had to go see his sister, but his crew would be working while he was gone. We returned and nothing but the bathroom demo had been done. Willard returned and shortly thereafter started wanting more money. I was not happy with this and found out he had spent all the advance money I had given him and was now unable to pay the sub-contractors required to complete this work. His subcontractor showed up at my home to do the new shower I had scoped. At my home, we had this work, fixing 2 soffets and painting them, removing an old gas heater, capping off and fixing the tiles, refinishing the attic, hanging a new garage (interior steel) door, fixing a broken cabinet in my bathroom and re-sheet rocking a panel of wall in my bedroom that had been ruined by the prior owners. In that week, his tile guy built out my shower and it was lovely. The glass doors were not in when he was done so he said he would do this himself. One of Willards guys did the soffet work and painted and it also was done well. In the attic they used a leaf blower to move the insulation around to be able to lay the boarding. There was an argument over how this should be done which I would not get involved in. They finished the attic. The insulation was not put back in place or under the boarding, so now the hallway under this area is hot as all heck during the summer. My husband is going to have to go back and take out the boards put the insultation under them and then reattach the boarding. Willard hung the steel door, but had not cut out the area in the door frame to install the deadbolt. They went back to my other house as it was critical and way behind schedule. His tile guy wanted me to pay him directly, which I did as Willard had no money to do so and had told him I would pay him. So for all the work I listed to be done at my house. The door still has no deadbolt installed, the wall in my bedroom and the drawer in my bath were not done, the glass enclosure is in my garage in a box, Back to the other house: Willard had me meet him at Home Depot one morning to rent the stripper to refinish the wood floors and we had a heated discussion as he was still talking about not having money, and I told him he would just wind up working other jobs and doing mine when he had time, if he didn't leave me completely in the lurch and I was not happy with that. At that time we were already at the second deadline he had given me and the only things done were the demo'd bathroom, the plumbing for the shower and tub install (which I had to pay the plumber directly to accomplish), the interior painting (again which I had to pay the guy directly to get done), carpentry work on the outside of the house (which was and is still not painted), 3 steel interior doors hung (done and working), All fixtures in the house which I had purchased new (still in boxes), the countertop in the kitchen (still waiting), installing the toilets, vanities, mirrors, etc in the bathrooms (still in demo condition on both counts). AFter yet more weeks and weeks of this ****, I told him ENOUGH, i"m done. I called the locksmith and changed the locks. Funny thing, all those days he said he would go to my house and never worked, or showed up late. He showed up early to make sure he could get his tools out of the house. I will never, ever hire Willard for anything again!
    - Lisa K.
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    Boss Design Center
    In 2014, we decided to remodel our laundry room. Because we had used Boss Design before with our master bathroom, we didn't hesitate to contact Boss Design again for the laundry room. Sean created a lovely design plan and helped me talk my husband into adding an extra closet in the laundry room (I am so glad we did, it is packed full!). Tyler ordered modern Medallion cabinets that perfectly fit the design and space. I would again highly recommend Boss Design because of their attention to detail, craftsmanship, custom cabinetry and beautiful design.
    - Michelle F.
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    Floyd's Construction & Painting, Inc
    After struggling to find a contractor willing to take on our kitchen remodel, we hired Scott Floyd's company. We are very happy with the results. Our project did not involve expanding the kitchen but rather refashioning it within the specific space to better suit our needs while, at the same time, making it look, to our lights, beautiful. And that, Floyd's Construction and Painting certainly accomplished. Among other things, we had Floyd's remove a built-in oven to add a cabinet drawer and an enclosure for a microwave, replace a built-in stovetop with a slide-in range and range hood, and enlarge the refrigerator cabinet. We also had his crew transform our existing cabinets: they thoroughly removed the walnut stain, sanded them to perfection, and after thorough prepping meticulously painted them a rich gray. In addition, Scott made sure that cabinets selected to house fine china would have glass placed within their doors. Scott also oversaw the installation of snow white guartz countertops and the backsplash of gray and white inverted subway tile. The conscientious painting of the trim, the walls, the pantry, and the ceiling; the suggestions regarding lighting and the door to our patio; the cleaning of our existing floors; the rigorous attention to prepping; the installation of the new appliances; and the thorough cleanup afterwards were among the additional aspects of the project professionally carried out by Scott and his men. After hearing horror stories about how long a kitchen remodel takes etc., we felt throughout that the company's focus remained on our project. He and his crew work steadily and carefully, and if something is not done to the highest standards, Scott, as a matter of professional pride and without prompting, has it redone���and redone again, if need be���until those standards are met. All in all, an impressive business with which to work. I'd have no hesitation in recommending his work to others.
    - Daniel M.
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    Sundance Custom Homes
    I never write reviews but as I cannot get in touch with Bud Gannon to resolve issues on my house remodel (for over a year now) I can only take to the internet and warn others. It all started well with Bud and Denise back in April 2016 - they made a good impression when they came over to the house and I decided to go with Bud. Work started well - he solved some framing issues that no one else seemed able to and had a family member doing plumbing work who were responsive and did a good job on what they were asked to do. The problems came with the HVAC, Electric, Siding and Sheetrock work. His HVAC sub kept complaining he was asked to come over and do work that was not ready .. in the end he ended up not completing work specified in the bid although Bud said it was completed (coil was to be replaced on one of the units). I paid Bud for the full scope of the HVAC bid ... I was actually able to get to Bud on this point and he told me he would send me details of other work that was done that was not in the bid but that detail never came .. on electric he never once looked at the work his unlicensed sub did .. I had to spend thousands in bringing in other electricians to fix his work. One of the biggest issues was not running a new electric line to a brand new HVAC unit causing us to have to rip out newly hung sheet rock. I paid Bud a separate fee of $15K for GC work and he didn't bother to even look at some of the more complex aspects of the job resulting in failures like this - see another issue on a gas line below. On the siding, Bud did react quickly to jump in for another contractor that was not able to get to the job as agreed. The problem was he sent out a D team that was drinking beer on the job and totally messed up. They were not using standard tools like chalk lines to ensure the siding was installed evenly nor were they following manufacture's installation instructions on installation of flashing at the butt joints .. (I have pictures for anyone that wants to contact me about the work). They even left the Hardie siding laying on the ground in the rain soaking it .. he promised to fix the job and I agreed only to hear every day for 2 weeks that his sub would be back the next day to get the siding on .. at the end of the two weeks he said he did not know what the problem was - he could not get in touch with his sub at which point I told him I was going to go with someone else so I could get my house resided (what else would he expect me to do when he says he can���t get in contact with his sub?). That made him mad and from that point on (end of June) he effectively walked off the job. In the meantime we discovered a gas pipe that has been cut by his crew in the master bedroom for some framing work done .. luckily we discovered this before the Sheetrock was put up - again where was he in doing his GC job and inspecting the work of his subs? That could have been a life threatening problem and not the least, extremely expensive to find the problem after the Sheetrock was up .. the final issue is the $12.5K mechanics lien his drywall sub has put on my title for work I paid Bud for in full .. talking to the sub, she said he just refused to pay and she has not been able to get in contact with him either - I heard from both his HVAC sub and Electrician they were not paid by him either - why do people steal other people's hard earned money?.. I tried for months sending hundreds of texts and voice mails .. he does not have the courtesy to call me back to resolve whatever open issues he may have (see update below) .. They both claim to be Christians - at least in my case Bud has demonstrated behavior totally opposite what one would expect there and been a compete disappoint and unprofessional. I cannot recommend them February 2018 update: The mechanics lien was released by the sub in the meantime - they had to as it was not filed correctly ��� of course I had to engage a lawyer to make that happen ��� incurring more cost. I doubt they���ve been able to collect their money from Bud. Bud sent me the following text on February 14, 2018 at 9:53 am: [Me}, I realize it���s probably a futile attempt but I would like to offer you an apology and just ask if there is anything I can do to make things right with you. I handled the whole situation with you improperly. I was wrong for that and I have no excuse for what I [sic} done. My response: Bud - it has been a long time. I must admit very surprised to hear from you. If you want to make some amends you might consider paying back some of the 15k I paid you to manage my project - this would help cover some of the additional costs I've incurred after I gave up trying to contact you including: ripping out new drywall to rerun a proper gauge wire to support 50amp to my steam unit , ripping up the kitchen floor to replace a leaking pex junction your plumbers installed on my kitchen sink and having to rip out new drywall in the garage to support a sagging joist that was not properly supported when your plumbers installed the drain on the master toilet. Probably not surprising to any reader ��� I did not get any response back. This guy is an absolute and complete fraud
    - Rebecca P.
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