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    Eanes Chimney Sweep
    Horribly! We were selling our house that had a fireplace wood stove insert. The inspector claimed the liner was in code violation and made the buyers very nervous. We asked Rodney of Eanes Chimney, to give us an opinion and estimate. He first quoted me 235 plus materials, then after more consideration quoted me $1000 total but with a week's delay to wait for the liner. Because of the urgency, I investigated buying the liner locally for 550 and doing the job myself. I cleaned the flue, removed the insert and old liner. I used to be a home improvement contractor. I was about to buy the liner and begin installing it. Rodney said he would inspect it when I was done and give us a clean bill of health to present to the buyers. But then the buyers insisted the work be done by a professional. I explained this to Rodney and that I had already done part of the work. I asked him what he would charge to do the rest, hoping it would be a little less than $1000. He then quoted me $1950!, insisting he needed to buy a more expensive better quality solid liner, not the flexible inferior kind I was going to buy. I was enraged but had no choice but to hire him so my sale would go through. I gave him a deposit of $1000. He arrived the following Monday with a flexible liner! A mistake he admitted. Because we were closing in a week, I told him to install that one, but I expected to receive a substantial discount for the lesser quality liner. He got back to me and said the $1950 was the correct price for the flexible liner. He had mistakenly given me that price instead of for the more expensive solid liner. Enraged again! He agreed to give me 100 off and refused to give me the clean bill of health for my buyers, unless I paid him the balance of $850. I had no choice and agreed reluctantly. Rodney Eanes plays the part of the country boy, church going, good man fed up with red tape and overzealous home inspectors, but he is profiting well from it!
    - John D.
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    Black Goose Chimney Sweep Inc
    They took a while to come out and do the work. First appointment was in December and no one showed or called. Second appointment for inspection was in January. Then they said they would come out to do the work and it took them another 3 weeks. In that time they were also looking for a new fireplace screen for us. Could not find what we needed so came out and sealed the chimney as requested. They came in and did the work and we felt did an honest job.
    - Carol S.
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    J & D Masonry LLC
    Jeff Dame was excellent. He and his team were on time and completed the work in the time frame he stated. The cost was reasonable and the final bill was actually less than the estimate. He is very honest. The work quality was excellent.
    - Albert d.
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    Dollman Construction, Inc
    My project entailed transforming a dark, space-consuming stairway 
    encased within walls, into an open floating stairway. The old staircase 
    completely separated the living area from the kitchen-dining rooms, 
    prohibiting any conversation between those areas. I wanted to create a 
    space that would allow the entire first floor to function as one open 
    room for entertaining. After interviewing a few contractors, I hired 
    Jimmy Dollman (Dollman Construction). From the first meeting, Jimmy 
    separated himself from the others. He asked relevant questions to 
    ensure that he understood exactly what I wanted from the renovation. 
    After several conversations and review of an idea book, Jimmy 
    completed design drawings and then thoroughly explained each part of 
    the renovation process. Certain design elements required thinking 
    outside the box so that building code requirements were met, while
    still creating the look and ?feel? I wanted. The timeline for completion 
    of the project was to be no later than Aug 2nd.
    It was completed on July 25th. I then added an additional project, the replacement of the kitchen 
    flooring, on July 28th. The stairway renovation turned out so well that it 
    made the kitchen floor appear shabby and out of place. Even with 
    special order tile, Dollman completed everything by Aug 15th
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    The renovation was done on our second residence, a townhouse that is 
    a 3 ½ hour drive from our permanent residence. We only made one 
    visit during the four month renovation. However, Jimmy routinely sent 
    pictures at all major milestones. I could also count on receiving his 
    updates every Friday. I always felt ?in the loop? and fully informed. I 
    was never worried or concerned about not being on site.
    The townhouse has vaulted ceilings in the living area, yet was dark and 
    relatively small with just one North facing window. The dining room has
    a sliding glass door with Southern exposure and opens into a huge open 
    kitchen. There was a prefab gas fireplace that took precious space from 
    the small living room, yet was never used. The design that Jimmy and I
    created got rid of the fireplace, and completely opened up the 
    staircase, making it appear to ?float? with as few visible support beams 
    as possible. We chose a stainless steel cable banister system that 
    allowed the dining and living areas to become one open living space. 
    The end result is an incredible contemporary design that takes 
    maximum advantage of the vaulted ceiling.
    The demo included removal of the fireplace?s gas line, relocation of 
    numerous electrical outlets/switches, removal of four walls and the 
    existing wood floor. New hardwood oak flooring was installed. Custom 
    made steps and wood railings were milled and stained to match the 
    dark cherry colored flooring (perfectly, may I say). With the entire 
    downstairs repainted a crisp white (less my one Chicago Maroon accent 
    wall), the contrast was made even more dramatic with the installation 
    of new lighting. Two can lights on a dimmer switch under the first 
    landing were added as a suggestion from Jimmy. Two new pendant 
    lights and matching stairway sconce of pewter and nickel completed the 
    contemporary feel of the new space. 
    An area that was considered marginally functional became a perfect 
    warm and inviting entertainment space. Now when you walk through 
    the front door, you feel like you could be in a trendy loft apartment in 
    Manhattan. 
    Now that the project is complete we know without a doubt that we 
    hired the right contractor. The new staircase exceeded all our 
    expectations. It was completed ahead of schedule and on 
    budget?with no hidden expenses or financial surprises! Mr. Dollman 
    and his company?s professionals were a pleasure to work with, 
    responsive, caring and talented. We would not think of working with 
    any other contractor in the Roanoke or Blacksburg area.
    - Anita B.
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    Eanes Chimney Sweep
    Awesome job, awesome folks!  Rick Eanes is first class.  He inspected the chimney, top and bottom.  When we showed him evidence of water intrusion into the house in the area of the chimney, he offered to go into the attic (which is very difficult) and inspected the chimney and roofing from the inside.  While he was on the roof inspecting the chimney he took photographs of probable water intrusion spots and will email the photos to me.  He and his helper then removed the flue pipe from the oil burner and found the chimney packed with crud.  They vacuumed the chimney clean and completely emptied it, which was an incredible effort.  After the chimney was clear they reassembled the flue pipe while explaining to my wife and me about the combustion process and why combustion debris was on the furnace and the floor.  Rick was very willing to answer all our questions and educate us about fuel oil combustion, its effect on mortar and proper flue sizing.  He also was very helpful by suggesting that if we decided to have the chimney lined with a smaller flue (the house is 60+ years old), he suggested timing that with replacing the oil burner, as the flue should be sized to the burner, and new burners are more efficient.  After the flue was reassembled they vacuumed the floor and oil burner where combustion products had blown when the oil burner was used last.  
    All in all, an exemplary service call.  Most importantly, Rick took the time to answer our questions, didn't rush and took time educate us.  We were very impressed that he was willing to climb into the attic (a difficult place to access) to look for possible water leaks around the chimney.  He was very willing to go beyond a simple service call.
    We will certainly use his service again.  We highly recommend him.
    - J.C. H.
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    J & D Masonry LLC
    I called requesting a chimney inspection.  My phone call was returned the same day.  He said he could drive by that same day because he was in town and look at the outside at least (our schedules did not match for him to come inside the house).  He called me that night to tell me there was already a cap (masonry not cement) and that the chimney had been recently repaired already.  He said the masonry will eventually crack, and to call him when it does, but that based on the outside he does not need to do anything at the moment.
    I believe he gave me his honest opinion, and I will be happy to call him in the future when I do need work done.
    - Catherine O.
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    J & D Masonry LLC
    The best part of this was that the task of matching the rest of the original stone facing was impossible.  He worked hard to try to match the color by adding tint to the concrete.  It looks good.  Trying to purchase something that matched the stone from the 1970s would be impossible.  He made his own faux stone out of concrete and stain, which was pretty creative work, really.
    - Ray S.
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    J & D Masonry LLC
    Even though Jeff underestimated the job, he was diligent in the repair work.  He said he'd do it for the amount quoted ($800), but I gave him 50% more because he did the job correctly and conscientiously.  It took him awhile to move his equipment out of the yard, but I didn't care about that because he was such a good guy and works for a reasonable price.  He was FAR cheaper than any of the other estimates I received.
    I would highly recommend Jeff for any masonry work in the future.
    - Michael M.
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    J & D Masonry LLC
    I called Jeff mid morning and he stopped by that afternoon to look over what needed to be done. He called that evening with a bid and the job was completed over a couple of days within a week of the bid. He provided some suggestions for maintenance and other improvements.
    - Jeremy S.
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    Stone Age Masonry
    David Conroy is a man of his word. The project was completed in a professional manner and according to schedule and budget. We hope to have Stone Age back soon for another hardscape project.
    - zebulon v.
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    1595 Spring Hill Rd
    Vienna, Virginia