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    J S S Remodeling
    James is a complete professional. He did exactly what we contracted to do, did it in a timely manner, was always on time and keep his job site clean and neat. Couldn’t ask for a better experience with a contractor.
    - Donald W.
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    Brooks Drywall Solutions Inc
    Person came out and did measurements and I was told he would call back the next day with an estimate. No calls. I attempted to contact them five days later and Mr Brooks would not respond. I have no idea why he did not have the basic business sense to at least call but I could never trust them. The worst I ever dealt with and by far the most unprofessional. They are not even amateur
    - Richard N.
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    A & J Home Improvements
    Wow, I don't know where to begin. On the very first day that John arrived to look at our job, he arrived on time and I said to myself, this is a good indicator. Every single morning he arrived promptly when he said he would. Our bathrooms were in bad shape. Removing the old wallpaper left walls that needed mudding and sanding. John did this several times until the walls were smooth to paint. This was tedious work, but I never heard John complain. He was always pleasant and very easy to work with. By the time he got finished with the two bathrooms and one bedroom, I couldn't believe my eyes - he did a fantastic job! Not only did he do what we needed him to do, but there were a few small jobs that he helped us with, such as putting magnetic catches on my kitchen cabinet doors so they would close promptly, fixing my front door so that I could open it easily without having to pull to open it, and repairing a piece of floor trim that was cracked. My husband and I are so pleased with John's work that we plan to have him come back to work on our living room walls! I would recommend John to anyone if you want someone who will give you a professional job, arrive on time, communicate with you when plans change, and is easy to work with. Thank you, John. We very much appreciate all of your hard work. We are still smiling!
    - Arlice B.
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    A & J Home Improvements
    This was my first attempt at remodeling a bathroom and you wouldn't believe how much I threw at John by way of bad decisions (hint: check to see if your plumbing comes through the floor or wall before buying a vanity) and less-than-professional work done by yours truly. John was very patient and creative, always offering me a variety of fixes so that I could come to a decision on price versus "finish" that I was happy with. I think the end result looks great (although the parts John worked on probably look better)! For this project, John: removed an overbuilt vanity and sink; re-routed the plumbing into the wall and dealt with the required drywall repair; did one coat of paint and a second coat of paint for cutting-in so that I only had to do the last roll; replaced a light fixture; painted and placed the trim; mounted the new vanity (hard when the vanity has no brackets!); hooked up the plumbing; probably some other things I forgot. He's punctual, tidy, trustworthy, and overall great to work with--and the work itself is of very high quality. Also, have you ever had a handyman bring you trout? I am so happy we'd worked with him on a previous project because when the DIY bathroom remodel went sideways we knew exactly who to call. He's very honest and will tell you if he's not the right guy for the job. My only complaint is that he's sometimes booked out pretty far in advance, although I suspect he would find a way to fit someone in if there was an emergency.
    - Peter H.
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    Appalachian Building Concepts
    This was one of our large remodels that we planned out with Appalachian Building Concepts. After demolition, Mike Motley and his crew began to put in the 26' above the ground ceiling beam to support the roof system. They then built the roof system and then something really neat happened. We were going to drop our ceiling down to 9'-0" but Mike and Lou suggested that we leave the vaulted 26' ceiling instead - that was one great idea. It added so much more to our house. The room feels so massive now. Much better than a flat ceiling. The other project that I gave them during this remodel was a Cantilevered porch on the side of the house. Mike mentioned that he has won awards for building portico's and other landscaped pieces. I gave them a drawing of what I wanted and they built it even better than what I gave them. The porch is quite amazing and became a talking piece with those who visit us. Not many have seen it before. This project was a bug success. This is the 4th time I have hired Appalachian Building Concepts and they keep delivering on great work.
    - Dean H.
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    Jackson & Jackson Inc.
    The work was done in a timely and professional manner. We added many tasks during the renovation and each was met with suggestions for proper repair and timely execution.
    - Michele B.
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    Jackson & Jackson Inc.
    Arthur, the owner, was prompt, courteous, and reasonably priced. He stuck to his original quote and did not go over budget. He had a few different workers on site, but consistently had Eric on the project. We appreciated the continuity as it was usually just the female of the house and our young child at home. They were both very friendly and thoughtful in regards to being around children. The job took a little longer than expected, however I would much rather it take a few extra days and be done with the high quality level that Art and his team strive for. The team always made themselves available by phone or text with questions or requests (they even solved a few problems for us for free:). Their knowledge of so many different areas was impressive and there didn't seem to be anything they couldn't handle. We will definitely use Jackson & Jackson again for future projects!
    - Britney C.
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    Jackson & Jackson Inc.
    Amazing.  Art and his crew are top notch.  No detail was overlooked and the communication was excellent.  They were very clean, and my new roof looks great.  They made sure everything was proper, including cleaning out the gutters when they finished! I paid $3,600 in labor and about $1,600 in material.  My roof is about 20 squares. The work was done in less than a week! I will definitely use Jackson and Jackson again.
    - Jake Z.
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    Helping Hands Handyman Services LLC
    Both Nelson and Joe were charming fellas and so easy to work with. They were in our home for about 3-4 weeks. I will have them come back for some final touch-ups and to fix any problems found during home inspection. My girlfriend saw the work they had done and said she will be hiring them to remodel her bathrooms. Both guys were very well-mannered. They teasingtly called each other "boss" and sometimes "son and daddy". They even found other minor things that needed to be done and asked if I wanted them to fix it, which I readily did. They were punctual and worked exclusively for me until they were finished. I did not have to compete for their time. They assured me this would be and it was. Many times they worked through their lunch and did not take many breaks. They worked fast and efficiently with good temperment at all times. When they finally said their good-byes, we hugged. They had both become very dear to us even though we never had met before this. I want to bottle them up and take them with me to our retirement home in Ohio. We found him on Angie's List. He had a five star rating with over a hundred reviews. That is why we hired him in the first place. Angie's List proved to be fruitful once again.
    - Nonnie W.
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    Morris Expert
    April 3rd Billy Morris agreed to a contract consisting of repairing ceiling plaster in my home, ceiling light fixtures and vent fans in bathrooms, shower mixing valve and shower head and handle, a damaged shingle causing a leak, replacing an old pipe boot causing a leak, and replacing chimney flashing. This job was supposed to start April 17th. On 4/17 Chrystal called to ask to reschedule because “something came up.” I allowed it and rescheduled the start date of this 3-day job to 4/20. On 4/20, one they sent one of Billy’s employee’s to my home. I was unaware that there was anyone other than Billy in his business and did not expect someone else. This individual showed up without knowing the job and stated that Billy just told him to come without providing any instruction. The employee started by putting joint compound in my guest bathroom plaster ceiling. This patch up was not the agreed upon method in the contract as the plaster ceiling was supposed to be replaced. When I stated this to the employee, he stated that the patch is just as good and that I did not need to replace the plaster. I said that the contract agrees to replace the plaster, but he refused to do so. The patch job was also horrific and was not sanded and was lumpy. Also in the bathroom, he replaced my glass light fixture over the bathtub with a cheap plastic one. He also did not clean up the bathtub after replacing the light mixture and said “you might want to clean up the bath tub because it got a lot of insulation in it and your daughters might get itchy if they bathe in there.” He then went to the living room where new plaster was supposed to be put in where the cracks were. The employee put a strip of joint compound over the cracks and did a paint brush stroke over it. When expressing my displeasure with this poor job, the employee once again stated that this patch job will do the trick, even though the contract stated something different. I now have long paint stripes all along my living room ceiling. The employee also dropped a tool on my tile and cracked one of them. This damaged tile was not replaced. The employee then went to fix the shower and cut an access wall. He cut a small hole in my wall in the wrong spot and left it there. He improperly installed the shower mixing valve and handle and left the home without turning back on the water line leading to that shower. After the guy left and my wife tried to take a shower, the handle shot off and high pressured water was shooting at her and she was screaming in pain. I had to run down stairs to shut off the water line leading to the shower. For the roof, the guy replaces the damaged shingle with the wrong shingle and in the process, ripped additional shingles in the row above the replacement shingle. He tried to cover it up by putting sealant on the ripped shingle to glue it back together. The flashing was supposed to be replaced, but he sealed the old flashing with the same sealant he used to try to cover up the shingles he ripped. He was supposed to replace a pipe boot causing a leak, but a decided to seal that up as well. I called Billy to advise of the poor job done. Billy promised he would come by the next day to fix everything. Billy came by and instead of fixing the roof first (the source of the leak), he went to my shower. The whole day he was there all he did was attempt to fix the mixing valve and shower handle and fix the access wall. He incorrectly installed the mixing valve and my wife the only temperatures were scolding hot or freezing cold. He apparently also installed the handle upside down. He cut a larger hole for the access wall and that was it. Then he would promise he would come by the next day to finish. He would say he was “on his way” and never show. Then he said the next day. Then the next. Then the next. 3 weeks later and Billy has never come back and he has kept the half I paid upfront. In the end, he took money from me and instead of doing the job, he damaged my tile, installed the incorrect shingle, did not fix my shower, left a hole in my wall, giant paint stripes randomly on my living room ceiling, a giant hole in my guest bathroom ceiling, and left me in a much worse place than before they started. My first experience through Angie’s List was a nightmare.
    - Derek T.
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