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    Custom Painting Svc
    Awesome, they were on time, on budget, and the gentlemen whom did the work were amazing and a pleasure to be around. My wife and I are building a house, and i will ask for the same crew to come paint the inside when the time comes!
    - Chad B.
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    All Four Walls Drywall Repair
    Fantastic! Very thoughtful and concise work. 100 year old + buildings require extra care. I have a few and will continue to use Four walls contracting.
    - Bob B.
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    DC Interiors
    The project went very well. Mr. Colvin was on time to arrive and completed the job in the time frame he had indicated. His work was meticulous and precise. You cannot see the patches that he applied to the drywall. We really appreciated his attention to detail and his excellent craftmanship. He has restored our home to what it looked like before the repipe.
    - We dell C.
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    Blue Dawn Painting & Drywall
    They are very professional and did an amazing job and in a short matter of time...my house looks like new & im very happy and pleased with the results :)
    - Jackie P.
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    Plumbing Plus
    I dealt with Paul the owner and one of his plumbers, Eric.  Both of them were great to work with.  They did not try to "find" additional work to fix.  The price for all the work seemed very fair/reasonable (Eric spent an entire day working at my home).  Also, they took the time to recommend what needed to be fixed immediately versus what could wait to be fixed.  I did get an Angie's List discount and did not get charged extra for driving out to Park City.  I definitely recommend Plumbing Plus, and I'll use them again if/when I need more professional plumbing help. 
    - Michael G.
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    Retrospect Building & Design
    It went very well and I am very happy with my "new" house. Dan and Landon were great to work with. When waiting for painters, etc. Dan always kept in touch and let me know the schedule. The project was completed pretty close to schedule. We had to make a few changes as the work progressed because this is an old house and I threw in a few additional changes. I have asked Dan to come back and work on an outdoor project this fall - it will be nice to see them again!
    - Colleen F.
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    Retrospect Building & Design
    My wife and I recently bought an early 1900s home and are in the process of restoring and renovating it. One of our first projects was to modernize the bathroom as it lacked a shower and was in serious need of updating. We found Dan through Angie’s List and given his high marks we called him in for an estimate. For this project we wanted to move the tub (to bring things up to code), add a showerhead, lay a new tile floor and wainscot, redo the plaster on the walls and ceilings, update the electrical, add a bathroom fan, and put in a heated floor. My wife and I did the demo and bought all the lighting fixtures, tile, grout, plumbing fixtures, and electrical components. We got six estimates for the plumbing, drywall, and electrical work ranging from over $20k to $4k. Four of the estimates were in the $8-5k range, with Dan right in that price range. We liked Dan from the start and we appreciated his detailed estimate, so we asked for references and photographs from some of his previous bathroom jobs. He promptly provided photos and references’ phone numbers. All of his references gave him high praise. What really sold us were photos of his previous bathroom jobs; very high quality, professional tile work. We weren’t disappointed. Dan and his plumbing and electrical sub-contractors started their work promptly. We really liked his plumbing sub-contractor, Greg (from Hungry Trout Plumbing), and his quality work. The electrical subs were average. Dan hung the drywall and did the tile work. Our old house is crooked in just about every direction and Dan took great care furring the wall and making the walls straight and the room square. He also worked diligently to level the floor before laying the tiles. We used 1 in hexagonal tiles on the floor and Dan did a commendable job getting the many grout lines even while incorporating the “random” dot pattern we wanted. On the walls, we used 4x4 tiles and Dan was masterful at keeping the many grout lines perfectly straight along long stretches. His tile work is definitely high quality. Further, his presence was always welcome – he is an honest, hard-worker who was pleasant to have around. All in all, we are very happy with Dan’s work and love our bathroom. We would use Dan again on a major project.
    - Brett T.
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    Custom Painting Svc
    Estimate was honored as written. Work was excellent in both sheet rock and painting. Able to exactly match paint. They were professional, courteous and checked with me as work progressed. I plan on hiring them to additional work.
    - George L.
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    Precision Pools & Spas
    Sorry if I get carried away here but I am just too impressed with Precision Pools & Spas to simply make a note on how well they did!  I didn't have to worry about giving Precision Pools a down payment and then not having them show up, they didn't even ask me for a down payment!   Our pool was built in the late 60's and had already been re-plastered once and re-tiled twice. I was tired of fixing the tile every spring and the coping from the previous pool company could be pulled up by hand so I decided to have the pool stripped and the problems fixed. I call three pool companies to give me bids for the demolition, new plaster, coping, and new tile. Two of the companies I found in the phone book and Precision Pool & Spa I found on Angie's List. Of the two in the phone book one responded fairly quick and the other (after two calls) called back after the job was underway. Precision Pools called back within a day. I needed the bid broken down into the major items because I was going to be doing some of the work. Precision Pools was the only one to give me a bid that was what I wanted, was within reason cost wise, and that was flexible enough for me to work with. Doug Heer, owner of the company, brought up all the different division heads to look at the pool so they would know exactly what they would be dealing with. I talked with all the people about what I wanted and the pros and cons of the job. During this process Doug gave me the bid for the job and brought samples of the tile and plaster for us to chose from. Doug gave me a date that they could start the demolition for old plaster and a time frame of how long it would take. I might add that I checked with my neighbor who was in the process of having the same thing done. Their pool reconstruction was already underway. They told me who they had selected and how happy they were with them. Doug at Precision told me they had also bid on my neighbors job but didn't get the job. I am now swimming in my pool and my neighbors pool is still in the same condition as it was when I ask who was doing their job. Services performed included removal of old tile and two layers of plaster down to the gunite. Cutting bond beam for new coping and installing new coping. A new brown coat for the tile bed and new plaster for the pool. The morning they were supposed to start a crew showed up about 9:00am and went right to work. This was during the crappy time of spring which was more like winter but the demo crew, rain suits and all went right to work. The next part involved cutting down the old bond beam so a new one could be poured. Because all the equipment need to do this was already on the job site it was done the next day. They following day the crew doing the coping was on site about 9:00am to install the forms needed to pour the concrete for the coping. The next day Dave, coping guy, showed up bright and early and by the end of the day the coping was done. Next day the crew showed up removed the forms, cut the expansion joints, and sealed the coping. We didn't care for any of the normal pool tile samples, they just didn't go with our yard so I told Doug Heer I would be trying to find my own tile. What I found was a pebble tile which would look great. Doug had his regular guy come up and look at the tile sample and he gave us the ok on it. After I got the tile it was so heavy I wasn't sure it could be hung without slumping. I talked with Doug about my concerns and he ended up bring in a specialist who had used this type of tile before, just to make sure there were no problems. I was impressed! A few bad days of weather and a weekend went by and Clint Seeley showed up to put the brown coat on for the tile. When it was time to lay the tile I went over with Clint exactly how I wanted the tile. When it came time to tile the Jacuzzi and steps I was in the trenches with him and actually laid the tile on the steps. We had a wait of one week for the plaster because other jobs were in front of us. Doug told me the plaster crew would show up towards the end of next week. Thursday came and a crew showed up to pressure clean the pool. They told me they'd be back at 7:30 the next morning. The waste containers showed up by 6am. And the Plaster crew was there by 7:00. One day of plastering and one day of touch up and cleanup and I was filling my pool with water. One thing I really liked was that there was no evidence that I had any work done. No excess material left on the job, no damage from the work crews, no food wrappers from lunches etc. This was not normal. The last time I had the pool done the work crew left their excess coping and mortar buried in my compost pile!   My hats off to the guys at Precision!
    - Nancy D.
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    Mr Patch
    Mark was fabulous. He let me know ahead of time that this would be an expensive job that would take several weeks and was honest that there might be additional expenses beyond the estimate. I was not in a hurry, so that was no problem. Mark was meticulous and thorough, and actually spent several more weeks on the job than expected. Of course that cost was above the estimate, but I was so appreciative that he took the time to get the job beautiful. He primed my rooms for painting and cleaned up after the job.
    - Annette E.
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