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  • A
    Superior Roofing, LLC
    I had been waiting all summer for another company to find the time to replace our gutters. I finally gave up and started calling other roofing companies. Many didn't return calls, a few said that they couldn't get to me for months, one even told me they simply don't have enough staff to service all of the demand. When I called SUPERIOR ROOFING, they responded immediately, got me an estimate within days, and completed the job beautifully within a week of my submitting the contract. I am so pleased and grateful for their responsiveness, their professional communication, their high level of service and high quality of the work. Thank you!
    - Kate B.
  • D
    When we bought our house almost 5 years ago, it had Flipclean gutters in place. We had extensive remodeling done and some were removed by the contractors. After a year and a half of workman, Flipclean sales/service came back and reinstalled and added more. Last fall we knew we would be having a screened porch added, called Flipclean in Richmond (same company as before) back in December 2018 and advised that we would need the few gutters reinstalled and another piece added in a couple of months. We have been calling since February asking them to come and repair and add; they don't answer, don't return phone calls when we leave a message and when we have spoken with them, they always say that, "We are so busy" and/or "Don't have another job in Charlottesville". Although we like the gutters and the ones up are working well, we advise to NOT purchase this gutter system if you live outside the Richmond area!
    - Kathleen P.
  • F
    KB Contractors
    I should have hired a lawyer from day one. We went to court where our claim was mediated by the judge. We took Mr. Bodenstein to the Virginia Department of Professional and Occupational Regulations. Mr. Bodenstein was fined $4500 dollars and his license was revoked until he went through classes on the regulations and successfully passed them. Mr. Bodenstein at first resisted Va DPOR and then pled guilty to all of the charges. The Va Department of Professional and Occupational Regulations discovered that none of Mr. Bodenstein's subcontractors were licensed. Those subcontractors were: electricity, plumbing, propane, HVAC and concrete foundation. We paid $123,000 to Mr. Bodenstein, lost $40,000, largely in legal fees, in the court settlement and had to spend an additional large sum to repair and replace shoddy work and omitted work. Mr. Bodenstein used a workman who was released daily from the local Joint Security Complex and Mr. Bodenstein failed to live up to the contract he signed with the prison. Not knowing the worker was a prisoner who was locked up for theft, we gave him access to the property. Mr. Bodenstein told us this worker was a "master electrician" and he was not. Yet that workman divided the power coming to the house, installed a replacement electric box for the house and the cottage, installed all electrical wiring and a new electric panel for the cottage. He also installed propane piping which was incorrect and failed to pass the occupancy inspection and had to be replaced at considerable cost. He did major plumbing work. Mr. Bodenstein began work before obtaining a building permit and what was supposed to be a three month job extended from early June until he was fired a week before Christmas. Mr. Bodenstein has an excuse for everything and tells elaborate tales to explain away his problems. However, when the Virginia Board of Contractors at VaDPOR investigated him for a full year, all of his stories melted away in front of them. Mr. Bodenstein was often away for weeks at a time. His "supervision" was cursory. We had pipes freeze because areas were not insulated or insulated improperly. The new roofing Mr. Bodenstein had installed did not include the necessary replacement ridge vent system, The plumbing hook-ups for the dishwasher and kitchen sink leaked and flooded the floors. Even after all of this, we are very satisfied with our cottage. It took extra money and other professionals to make it right, but we are delighted. The work Mr. Bodenstein had done was not all bad. In fact, some of it was exceptional. But corners were cut and he got testier and testier. We live on the site and were always available for any sort of consultation. Our "contract" was split into individual contracts in what VaDPOR determined was a way for Mr. Bodenstein to get around his $119,999.99 license ceiling. We learned a lot during all of this. Eventually, Mr. Bodenstein sent us a "change order" which was invalid. Relationships deteriorated and he was fired. Hire that lawyer if you get involved with Mr. Bodenstein. And contact VaDPOR in order to understand how to deal with a licensed Virginia Contractor. VaDPOR is on your side against contractors who don't follow the regulations. It is not enough to be told that the contractor is insured and bonded. Ask to examine the documents.
    - David S.
  • A
    JLC Contractor
    Very smoothly. They arrived when scheduled, completed the work in a timely fashion, and cleaned up after themselves. The new gutters look great and no water in the Ingushes room on my lower level. I would hire them again.
    - Judy Z.
  • A
    Expertise Painting,Inc.
    Dan Kirby did an excellent job. He was always punctual, worked diligently, and paid attention to even the smallest details. The quality of all of the work was excellent including the work he did to re-glaze all of the windows which were in bad shape. I plan to call him as soon as I am ready to paint the interior of the house.
    - NP G.
  • A
    TOP Quality Home Improvements LLC
    We had our Charlottesville home out for many years. Tom was our go-to guy. He is responsive, and incredibly talented. We were told we needed several big ticket repairs and when Tom took a look, he was able to do a beautiful job while saving us quite a bit of money. This is your old-fashioned jack of all trades. The guy knows his stuff, is completely trustworthy and we have come to rely on him. We have since sold our home and have passed Tom's name on to the new owners. If there were more professionals like Tom around, I think we would all be in better shape.
    - Michael & Hilary B.
  • A
    TOP Quality Home Improvements LLC
    It went very well. I was kept up to date on the repairs so there were no price surprises. The work was expertly done & on time. Once the area was opened up the and the extent of the water damage was determined everything went exactly as promised including the price.
    - William S.
  • A
    Noonan's Handyman & Landscape Design
    From the first encounter, I realized that Joseph was going to different.  Personable, concerned, articulate, thorough and organized come to mind.  Before starting the job, he came by to review his notes and plan for the week ahead.  I had a friend over who overheard my conversation with Joseph and he commented later that the line of discussion and detail was unlike he had ever heard from a contractor.  
    Joseph's work is excellent.  While I didn't need to, I know that had there been anything to attend to or re-work, he would have done it eagerly.  
    Some people are wired to do enough to "get by".  Joe Noonan isn't one of those people.  

    Delighted with his work and he has worked himself into additional work with me going forward.
    - James H.
  • A
    Noonan's Handyman & Landscape Design
    The main reason beyond quality and trustworthiness is that I would give a high recommendation/rating for Joseph Noonan and his team is that he takes your job very seriously and personally for best outcomes.  He is very solicitous of your satisfaction and makes serious offers to redo or right anything if not satisfactory.  The quality of work is excellent and you get the clear sense he's your friend, not just your contractor. Incredibly busy way out for months but well worth the wait.
    - Lynda F.
  • F
    Sentry Exteriors
    I purchased the Inspection on October 6 and they sent someone out later that week. When the salesman, Jim, arrived he said he usually works on $100,000 metal roofing contracts and he had no idea what to do with the Angie's list "Big Deal" certificate I presented. He told me that the repairs would most likely not be more than a few hundred dollars but that he'd need to send someone out to look at the roof. After many calls on my part to get something scheduled (he never came through on his promises to call me) I was able to schedule an inspection for early November. The inspector arrived an hour late around 4:30 PM which was shortly before sunset. The inspector was on the roof for a little while after it was fully dark and came down saying that he suspected I needed some sealing around vents etc (apparently he didn't check even though this repair was supposed to be included as part of the tune-up) and that the roof still had a few good years left in it. He didn't even ask to inspect the interior for leaks (another part of the "deal" I paid for). The inspector told me to expect the report and quote for repairs by the end of the week. The following week I called requesting the report and quote and I was told that it would be emailed to me that night. It wasn't. I called at least 4 other times over the next two months, each time being promised that I would be emailed the quote, without receiving anything. Finally, on January 13, 2016 I received a quote for a complete replacement; this quote included only a dollar amount and no other information. When I emailed Jim about the repair quote and report I was told (and this is a direct quote from his reply) "I?m not sure what you thought you were getting for a hundred dollars." Apparently he thinks this excuses the horrible customer service I received and failure to perform the services I was promised. Clearly he's used to dealing with $100,000 metal roofing contracts, as he told me when we first met, and my business, or the business of any other individual homeowner, is not a priority for him.
    - Kevin C.
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