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    Greenify Energy Savers
    They came out one day to build up a "wall" around the attic access so that the new insulation wouldn't fall out whenever the access was opened. The next day they blew in the insulation and installed the attic fan. The whole process was quick and painless, and the workers arrived on time each day. Everyone was very professional, explained everything, answered all my questions, and left the house clean.
    - Hydee C.
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    Powell's Pro Building and Remodeling
    My wife and I HIGHLY RECOMMEND Powell's Pro Building. They met our every need and desire. Their employees were so easy to work with. Very, Very friendly crew that we soon called them our good friends. They came in UNDER BUDGET...what a great Christmas surprise for us. I could really go on and on. My wife and I now consider the Powell's and their entire crew as good and cherished friends. Powell's can be counted on!!!!!!!
    - Peggy P.
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    Chimera Construction LLC
    We underwent a kitchen remodel the summer/fall of 2017 with Chimera Construction. We are pleased with our experience and finished product. Travis and the team were great at discussing pros and cons of various elements of the kitchen allowing us to make informed decisions every step of the way, including when we decided to go with a significant change to the project. We appreciated the openness and honesty throughout the design, construction and finishing process. All employees and sub-contractors were respectful and true craftsmen. It was very comfortable having them in the house, as we were living in the house during the remodel. The craftsmanship of the custom cabinetry is top of the line and is sure to be a lasting statement in our home. The project took a little longer than estimated, but we were in constant communication throughout. The quoted cost was the actual cost. We highly recommend Chimera and would use them for future projects.
    - Theresa D.
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    Best Property Improvements
    Ross came and added attic insulation. Was quick and did a great job cleaning up when finished. He had the paperwork ready for the rebate programs, makes it very affordable and I hope it saves on utility bills too.
    - Scott B.
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    Best Property Improvements
    When working with attic insulation, basically no homeowner wants to get up there on his own no matter how good the offers at do-it-yourself places...attics are dusty, itchy, cramped and usually anything BUT inviting.  But choosing a good insulation contractor can be equally daunting.  So first off, we had the energy audit done from our utility company; this not only gave us a good idea of what areas needed to be sealed or insulated, but also gave us the estimated R-value of the insulation in our attic (and the audit price is fully refundable once you have the work done).  Then it was on to sort out which contractor to do the work...and after several bids, the choice was easy.
    Ross, the owner and operator of Best Property Improvements since way, way back, is not only knowledgeable and professional, but is about the lowest, no-pressure guy you could want.  He came right as scheduled, crawled up into our attic and explained how an attic basically works, that is. much like a pair of lungs...air intake is just as important as air outflow, and of course, adding more insulation is much like throwing another blanket on the bed.  After a quick scan of what was already in our attic (insulation-wise and it's R-value, which coincided with what the utility company said and was a low R-19 since our house was built in 1976 in much of the fiberglass insulation had compacted), Ross came down with his various flyers and spent some time going over our options...did we want to just get up to code with R-38, or would we want to go higher for a few dollars more, or even higher (which we did, going to almost R-60) for just a bit more?  He then explained the difference in costs, even detailing the rebates that we would receive from each utility company so that we could get a better idea of our "actual" cost to have the work done (as with all companies, the contractor is paid the full cost and you submit the rebates to get your monies back...in this case, our rebates from the utility companies came to nearly $375).  Using the $75 Angie's coupon was no problem and cut our costs even further.
    On the day of the work, Ross and his technician arrived on time, spread mats throughout the area the hose would be (our house used spray-in fiberglass insulation) and then his assistant, Tony, began installing paper marking rulers (to allow you to see how many inches of insulation were applied) throughout our attic.  Then came the foam baffles to be stapled onto the soffit openings (the "lungs" or outside air intake...you don't want those blocked or it can lead to mold in your attic since moisture gets trapped up there), and there were about 16 of those.  And then the new fiberglass material.  Ross took the time to show me the entire procedure, from feeling and seeing the new cotton-like material (non-itchy, quite expansive, and little irritation to eyes and such, rather like down feathers once ground and shot into your attic), to watching it go in and easily covering even the farthest corners of the attic (ours was 875 sf), dodging an old television antenna and other fixtures such as canned lights and fans with ease.  Within an hour or so, the entire attic was filled with another 16 inches of insulation (bringing our total to nearly 22 inches) and extra batting was placed onto our attic entry door in the ceiling, along with siding on the opening to keep the new insulation from falling out should we ever venture back up there.
    Then, while Tony cleaned up everything (from vacuuming to wiping down the floors), Ross filled out all the utility company rebate forms (even having pre-printed labels and envelopes to go with his pre-printed rebate forms), gave a copy of the final bill (which had four duplicates so you could send in a copy with each rebate and still have a copy for yourself) and then stuck around for a final check and to see if we had any other questions.  All in all, a painless, carefree operation.
    In the end, the bid by Ross was the same or LESS than other bids we had taken.  And he was so thorough that we were pleased that we had made the right decision.  Again, there was NO pressure as Ross gives you an estimate and basically says just call him later if you decide to go ahead and use him, giving you lots of time to do your research or gather more information or other bids.  I took the time to study our attic exhaust fan (many HVAC sites out there and the results are surprising as to what size fan you do or do NOT need...in many cases, people have too large a CFM fan installed and this defeats the purpose of your insulation since the fan will draw out your cool air in the summer, actually making your air conditioner work even harder) and whether I would need to replace it before all that insulation went in.  Ross was extremely patient and said to just call him when we were ready.
    All in all, we are quite happy with the result, especially since our total cost came to about $700 (with rebates and Angie's coupon) to have a warm house in winter and a cooler house in summer.  Again, despite upgrading our furnace and air conditioning, this (upgrading the insulation in our attic) was the one step we delayed until the end (perhaps unwisely) but are happy we made the decision to do so)...our energy audit is now complete and we are indeed happily nestled in our now more-comfortable home.
    - Michael M.
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    Best Property Improvements
    We had decided to redo our attic insulation when we had our roof replaced. When the roofing company called us last night and said they were able to move up the day to the next morning, we had to scramble to see if we could find a Questar/Rocky Mt Power authorized insulation installer with ZERO notice. Here is where Ross rode in on his white horse and saved the day. He was able to come out today with less than 24 hours notice and insulate our attic space to the level required to receive the energy rebates. Amazing! He explained the problems that are inherent in our neighborhood (no attic access without the roof being off) and was able and willing to work with the roofing contractors to make the installation happen. He answered all our questions and clearly explained what we would be doing. On top of that, he had all the rebate forms ready and filled them out for us so all we had to do was sign and put in the mail. Ross was very personable, professional and knew what he was talking about. I would recommend him in a heartbeat!
    - Stacy G.
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    HomeStar Windows & Doors
    Dave Orgill, the owner of Homestar arrived right on time for his appointment. there was no pressure, just a professional sales approach demonstrating the attributes of the Milgard window and the service Homestar providers. There was no discussion of other companies or the quality of their work., two of the other three bidders I talked to spent a lot of time tearing down their completion. The windows are high quality....installed on time...left my property as clean as when they arrived.
    - Charles F.
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    Kevin Hill & Son Handyman
    I never actually met Kevin but spoke with him several times on the phone. He had to go through some trouble trying to set up a time with the resident where the repairs were made, but he did so without complaining. I would be pleased to use him again if the situation arises.
    - Judy P.
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    SUPERIOR HOME IMPROVEMENT
    Horrible. Poor quality work. Damage to doorways and window structures. leaking window. We held back final payment of about $3000.00 until work was done correctly. Never happened! Company Owner put a lien on our home. We had to pay balance to get it removed. The damage was not repaired. Window still leaks. Worker rude. Owner rude and demeaning. We do not want them back in our home ever again.
    - Rebecca G.
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    Sunroc Building Materials
    I called and set an appointment for an estiment which was able to scheduled the very next day. The salesman came to the house was on time and friendly, and explained the rebates in detail to me.   When I called back to schedule to service, a couple of weeks later he had not written my account information down on his paperwork and thus had a diffucult time remembering me and my house. He explained they required 50% payment up front, and would collect the rest at time of service. We set the installation date for the following Monday or Tuesday depending on the company availability, and that he would call on Friday to confirm which day. He didn't call on Friday, and Monday came and went with no call from my sales person.  I ended up calling him late Monday afternoon confirming a time for Tuesday morning, at this time I asked for him to email me the rebate informtion.  The instalation men called to confirm Tuesday morning they would be coming later that morning. Later that morning, the installtion men called to say they were running late and asked if I would cancel a previously scheduled appointment.  I declined, and said they would have to come later that day, they were able to do so, and were there at the new set time and installed insulation as agreed, again I asked about the rebate information and again they said would speak to my sales representative. They still did not have rebate information as I had requested, and referred me back to my sales person. I left a message for my salesperson again asking about rebate information. When my salesperson returned my call he acted as if he had no idea why I was calling, and was terse with me on the phone and told me he would forward me the rebate information tomorrow because he was not in the office this day.
    - Amy D.
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