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    I got my house renovated last month. IV Remodeling renovated a new walking shower, installed a frame less glass door, replaced counter tops, fitted some square sinks and refinished the vanity. When I did a search for the contractors, IV Remodeling came highly recommended online as well as from a few acquaintances. Also, of all the quotations that I received, the one from IV was the most competitive and the time taken for delivery and installation was very reasonable too, so they were my obvious choice and I am so glad I decided to go with them. Jose, the project manager, and his team did a fantastic job with the renovation. I recommend them very strongly!
    - Gail M.
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    All work was performed to our satisfaction and then some. in the kitchen, Jim's creative remodel result in our being able to use all existing cabinets and expanded our working area and greatly improved the kitchen's aesthetics. Jim would always go out of his way to ensure that the work was done properly. My feeling was that we hired a contractor, and made a good friend.
    - Mike K.
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    Beyond Handyman Services is an excellent company.  They do beautiful work within budget and to schedule.  We purchased a home in Austin from out of state and hired them to coordinate work to be done in a short timeframe by several subcontractors, as well as completing a huge list of their own.  Brent Helton was a trustworthy agent on our behalf and made sure the work was done to our high expectations, which we found out is also his standard.  He coordinated demolition of brick from the living room fireplace wall, on counter spaces, around four columns and an arch in the kitchen and the installation of Texas stone; electric & HVAC repairs/upgrades; plumbing for an upcoming kitchen remodel prior to the demolition & installation of reclaimed hardwood floors throughout.  And all of this within a month.  Their list included: painting the living/kitchen/dining spaces and closets; installed baseboard throughout; replaced thresholds & trimmed four doors to accommodate the new floors, made masonry & drywall repairs inside & out, replaced a toilet, advised on improvements/repairs and helped us create a schedule of future projects.  Brent worked very well with the sub-contractors we hired and when we needed other specialties, he offered excellent recommendations.  Brent proved himself as a conscientious, honorable, communicative, knowledgeable professional.  We highly recommend Beyond Handyman Services.  Brent and his people are our handyman resource and trusted building & construction collaborators.  They certainly live up to their name by delivering ?beyond? any handyman services we?ve ever used.
    - Cathlyn A.
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    Michelle is an awesome designer. She turned our dreary master bath into a luxury spa. She helped us decide on all the changes and finishes. Her team tore out our horrible tiny shower enclosure, the ugly tile counter and 12x12 tile floors and all the dated plumbing and fixtures. Now we have an awesome frameless shower. The counter is a gorgeous high end one of a kind granite. The fixtures are all polished nickle. And the tile work is amazing. Her contractors were all very professional and accommodating. We have used Michelle for multiple projects in our home and she has never disappointed us.. When people come to our house their reaction to the improvements Michelle makes is usually "Wow". Can't say enough about this lady. She definitely loves what she does and she is GOOD!
    - Bonnie B.
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    The project went beautifully, with very professional salesman [Tony Laudadio, who came to our home in the first week, filmed and measured everything, calculated with his IPad, and gave us a firm cost, with a free flooring flyer discount], Josh Agrelius [scheduling], Matt Wallace [project manager], as well as Jason Duane and Christina in the Austin office -- all providing information, advice, and assistance over a two-and-one-half month period, from initial call and visit through final installation. The main work was done in a week-and-a-half stretch by two very skilled tradesmen from South Austin, who were courteous, competent, clean, dependable, helpful with decisions and changes, as well as very appreciative of our hospitality. There were no added costs, even when we made changes in fixtures and flowing choices. When they finished -- meeting the deadline that ReBath had set two months earlier -- we then chose our own paints and completed our renovations in the next week.

    We wondered about the price and how Tony did the estimate, since his work order just listed the materials that we had chosen. When I asked for a detailed list of item and labor costs, they sent only a list of rough combined material and labor costs for each of the rooms. When I noted that some folks on Angie's List had noted somewhat "high costs," ReBath stated that the costs were actually reasonable, consistent with the high quality of materials and workmanship. I found that to be true, as best I can tell.

    We actually could not be happier with the beautiful outcome!!!  We had lots of choices for shower and floor materials, in both color and substance. Given the small samples that Tony could bring to our home, we found it most helpful to go twice to the ReBath office on Howard Lane in North Austin to see larger and more varied samples, as well as model displays, in picking our shower stone walls and flooring [at Tony's suggestion, we visited Floors and Décor warehouse on Braker Lane to see their huge offering, before choosing a different more dramatic flooring there for the Master Bath]. The materials and colors that we chose, with some advice from Tony and Matt, turned out great - many shades of browns to greys in the wood and granite, with striking contrast in the dark bronze fixtures. And removing the dividing wall in the Guest Bath, as Tony suggested, made a huge difference in the open feeling, so well implemented by the two craftsmen who did all the work. 

    We are grateful to the whole ReBath of Austin team, and we highly recommend them to our friends and others.  

    - Alan P.
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    Ed is wonderful to deal with. He is honest and always focused on quality outcomes. He came when he said he would be here and we could not be more pleased with the work. We recommend him highly and without reservation.

    - Gerald N.
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    They were recommended by my cousin. They were awesome. They're one of the best contractors I've ever dealt with. It was all top notch, they kept on schedule, always knew what was happening, when it was coming in and it was great communication. It just went flawlessly. If he can work you in to his schedule then you're golden. You won't have any concerns whatsoever.
    - Sheri D.
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    It went really well. Anthony said he would make the addition look like it belonged there from the beginning and he did both outside and inside looked good. He handled design, deconstruction and rebuilding including framing, electrical and plumbing. Some problems did arise as always happens when tearing out and adding on. He addressed each. Final clean up was really well done. They even cleaned up things in the area that were not part of his work.
    - Charles K.
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    Ed is a consummate professional with more patience that you could expect from any contractor. He came out and answered any and all of our questions and did so with a smile and great attitude. All of his work has exceeded our expectations.
    The first project was to convert the old and outdated bathrooms in our parents condo to a stand up shower in the main bathroom and upgrade the master bathroom from a fiberglass insert to a tile installation. The toilets were also replaced with new ones and the master bath received a new vanity. I met Ed at the tile store to pick out tile for the job. Material cost was an issue and he was very respectful and helpful when it came to controlling the expense. The main bathroom actually had a toilet that was facing towards the shower and Ed was able to correct this issue that had been a problem since the unit was built in the 70s. The remainder of the job went very well and Ed is a highly skilled artisan when it comes to the subject of remodeling. We were amazed at the transformation that the two bathrooms underwent.
    The second project was a bit out of the ordinary for most contractors. We asked Ed if he might be willing to help us assemble an enclosure for our spa that we had ordered from Canada. We wanted something to keep our expensive spa out of the elements and give it shelter from the often harsh storms that we sometimes get here in Texas. We didn't know any other contractors up to the challenge and Ed agreed to help us with the project. We cannot express enough how lucky we were to have Ed's help on this. The directions were not very well written and his insight into general building procedures proved invaluable when it came to putting that monstrosity together. The finished product turned out great and we have received quite a few complements on it since.
    The last project that Ed did was a barn door style privacy divider for my father's main bathroom at his condo. Ed matched the door to all of the current cabinet finishes and ordered and installed the custom door and mounting hardware. We had originally envisioned a cheaper grade IKEA type curtain to accomplish this task and what Ed put together was well beyond anything that we could have envisioned. 
    We cannot recommend Ed's work enough. We have some remodel projects in the future that will require his attention. He usually has a full slate of projects but he is one of those rarities that is well worth the wait.
    - Theodore D.
  • C
    I first contacted Texas Shower Company on Monday 4/1/13, and received a prompt reply from Chad that same day.  I described the scope of the project and location, and he indicated an interest in providing a quote.  I responded to his email within an hour, and asked if he might be available to meet on Friday or Saturday of that week.  I did not hear any further from Chad for 8 days until Tuesday 4/9/13 when he emailed  and asked if I would be available to meet him on Saturday 4/13.  I made arrangements for that day, and Chad showed up on time and we discussed the project in complete detail.  He was very pleasant and professional, took the requisite measurements, and indicated he was very interested in the job.  He said he would have a proposal back to me within a week.   After 4 months now, I have never heard back from him.  Both the initial 8 day delay in his response, and the fact that neither a proposal nor any further communication followed our meeting is a bit frustrating, and resulted in a waste of both of our time and a delay in my project.  I can certainly understand if a contractor is too busy or uninterested in a particular job,  but simply the courtesy of timely communication isn't an unreasonable expectation. Showing disrespect to prospective clients by being unresponsive is really surprising and most unfortunate.
    - JEFF K.
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