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    Total Remodeling Systems
    Construction can be painful but this was a very painless and almost a pleasant experience. Total Remodeling Systems is a very responsive, quality based company that is concerned with customer satisfaction.
    - Donna B.
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    Xtra Care Landscaping & Design INC
    Outstanding Service! Our lanscaping project was just completed and looks really good. Xtracare presented great design ideas for our backyard. They were very prompt in answering our questions. We highly recommend XtraCare to any one.
    - Linda B.
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    Ace Deck & Fence

    Ali Farzad from Ace is amazing to work with. We first worked with him last year when we bought our house and needed our fence installed. They did such an amazing job with our fence that we had no doubt we would use him again for our patio. Ali and his team are so meticulous and professional in the way they do their work. They take no shortcuts and are always deliver on their promise of time, cost, and quality. It took them less than 3 days to get our patio done and we couldn't be happier. Ali and the Ace team are part of our family and we consider ourselves long term customers after both of our experiences. We highly recommend them for any needs you may have with patios, fences, and other services.


    Thanks Ali and the Ace team!


    - Leslie S.
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    Virginia Home Remodel LLC
    Al  and his team finished roughly 1,800sqft of our basement.  This included a bathroom with
    a custom shower, replacement of patio door, a wetbar and a media/exercise room.
    Everything was done to code and inspected without any issues.
    They take their work very personally, and it showed in our satisfaction
    and in the end product. Everybody that was involved in my remodel was very nice, professional,
    and such a pleasure to work with.  I am very pleased with the beautiful
    contemporary basement they built for me and am looking forward to working
    with them again on future projects.
    Thank you!!!

    - Lily M.
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    Innovative Outdoor Living
    An email we sent on Apr 3, 2015, at 11:32 AM provides a summary of our issues. 
    "Jon:

    Unfortunately, your unwillingness or inability to meet to resolve the pending items, in addition to the lack of responsiveness, is forcing my hand. I think we have been exceptionally patient to this point, but this project is now in its seventh month, and while there have been some legitimate reasons for delays (terrible weather in February), there have also been myriad lost opportunities to progress, and ultimately complete, the project between September and now. That includes many instances where we were told work would start, only for no one to show up followed by one excuse or another as to why.
     
    Given I have been asking since March 16th to meet to address the final points, yet here we are on April 3rd with no meeting date, here is how we intend on moving forward:
     
    -You meet with me at the house on Saturday April 4 at 8 AM (or later that day if 8 AM doesn?t work, but not later than 5 PM ? but most certainly on Saturday April 4) to review the issues and agree to the plan forward.
    -You schedule and complete the work to clear the agreed punch list on or before the end of the day Tuesday April 7th.
     
    If either you don?t respond today to confirm when we are meeting April 4, or if you do, but the work does not get completed by the end of the day Tuesday April 7th, then we will deem that it is your intent not to complete the job and that you intend to forgo the remaining 10% final payment for completion. We will then seek another contractor to complete the work and provide the missing items.
     
    For clarity, the list of open items is below per our most recent exchanges on the subject.
     
    Open items/last discussion points:
     
    From Jon: 1.The screen is the same as the sample that Reynaldo brought out and he confirmed it with your wife, weve never used anything like it before so we only got it because it was requested and much more expensive than our standard method. What seems to be different?
     
    We Responded: The screen we specified in an email to you on December 9 from xxxx was SuperScreen #1714. What was installed appears to be a much lighter version of screen than this, based on looking at the different samples we have. We specifically wanted the heavier screen which comes with a 10 year warranty.
     
    From Jon:  2.I don't remember discussing crown molding on the interior,again something we don't usually do. If its in the work order and I missed it I will be glad to install it
     
    We Responded: This was specified in the scope of work attached to the agreement, section 1.P:  ?One (1) inch tongue and groove pine ceiling with PVC crown molding.?
     
    From Jon: 3. The downspout was buried with a solid PVC pipe and a pop up drain as discussed,I don't recall being asked to do anything different ?
     
    We Responded: We didn?t discuss this, but would like to have. It seems hap-hazardly done, and there is no pop-up drain, just a ragged hole in the ground where the pipe comes up. I?d like to look at this (and walk through a few of the other things) with you in person so we can come up with a reasonable solution.
     
    From Jon: 4. With all the work we did back there and with it being so wet,we did a good job at not destroying the entire back yard.  I expected alot worse.
    I will issue a credit for some sod or seed and straw. Do you guys have a lawn/landscape guy?
     
    We Responded: We don?t yet, but appreciate the gesture. Let?s discuss live in person.
     
    From Jon: 5. The Trex stairs should get 1 LED per 3-4' step. Yours are 4',2 lights would be really bright,however if I missed it I can do it but we will have to replace all the risers. Was it in the work order ?
     
    We Responded: It was in the scope of work doc ? section 1.M: ?Trex Recessed Stair LED Lighting; two per stair.? Let?s discuss ? maybe we can come up with a simpler solution?
     
    From Jon: 6. We have never installed lights on a firepit and my foreman Hector explained to your wife that it would be way to hot and burn/melt the wires. That's something I definitely don't recommend.
     
    We Responded: >>> Makes sense, although I don?t think she understand that from the conversation. It was also specified in the scope of work , section 4.C. We can drop this either way, but I do need to understand where the photocell transformer is and how to operate the lights under the wall cap.
     
    From Jon: 7. The EP Henry firepit does not come with those additional items,the bowl is only a few inches deep and doesn't allow for much of a fire.
    Again nothing we ever do or discussed,that kit costs half of what the firepit costs! Hector said he also went over this onsite.
     
    We Responded: EP Henry has only one Fire Pit kit, and per the installation instructions, it does include all of these components. We didn?t discuss this, but given that is what the kit consists of, that is what we were expecting to receive. I?ve attached the excerpt from the installation guide showing this. You can also look at their website and see the one kit they have includes these items. Let?s discuss to see what we can work out.
     
    From Jon: 8. We can add some dirt to the footings,they ares dropping because of the loose soil and all the rain/snow weve had. Not an issue as there is a lot of concrete under all of them.
     
    We Responded: I understand the footings are solid, but I think you?ll agree if there is compacted soil around these footings it would be much better aesthetically, plus we don?t want places for water to pool.
     
    From Jon: 7. We can vacuum and powerwash to clean up better,no problem
     
    From Jon: 8.Recaulking ,no big deal I will have it done after the cleaning.
     
    We Responded: Thanks ? I?d like to point it out specifically when we walk through this.
     
    From Jon: 9. I will check out the vent and try to come up with something,do you have an idea of what you want?
     
    We Responded: Nothing terribly complicated ? just something to clean up the framing, such as matching quarter-round.
     
    From Jon: The Trex warranty is already registered which is 25yrs and that is for all the Trex material used. We offer you a 5 yr on all the labor,which is in the contract.
     
    We Responded: Makes sense ? I?d like to agree exactly when the five year warranty starts ? if we can simply agree to a date in writing, that will work.
     
    Let me know what you think and  Iwill start on the items that need attention and wrap this up.
      
    Other issues we need to address:
    -              How to operate lights under wall & where is photocell transformer?
    -              Tighten (or show me how) cable.
    -              One of the screen frames is cracked ? replace.
    -              Fascia board under overhang on East side of porch  is warped with significant gaps ? needs to be replaced.
     
    Please let me know how you intend on proceeding within the plan noted above."

     We are still waiting for Jon to finish the items.  Our project was supposed to be finished mid-October 2015.
    ***Do not hire this contractor!***
    - Kristy Jo W.
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    Charles R Wood Builders Inc
    They were superb.  They did a great job.  It was so thorough.  They were so polite.  It was a job done very well.  They cleaned up after themselves.  It was just terrific.  So now, I have a wonderful new deck roof that is transparent and let the lights in which is so bright and so lovely.  I?m sorry we had to this at all but when we did I was happy that we finally found the company that was willing to take on this job.  I would highly recommend Charles R. Wood.  They do larger projects as well.  They just were great.  

    My insurance company paid for part of it but not all of it.  I think we paid $500 more out of our pocket.  I would tell others to please inquire about Charles R. Wood first and don?t bother with other people.  They were just great.  They were very professional and very easy to work with.  They had to apply this surcharge because it was a small project and we could not get out of the state farm and they were just absolutely few to help us with that.  So we ended up doing that roof deck.  They were also very accommodating about paying arrangements.  We split it out between two credit cards and a line of credits and we had no problems with that.  I was very pleased.  They were great people to deal with.   

    I give them a ?B? on price because we could not get around the surcharge thing.  
    - Tamar M.
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    Steadfast Construction Inc
    We had an overall great experience with Steadfast.  We had a 2 level deck that we wanted the lower level converted into a screened in porch and an existing large window removed and a sliding glass door installed.  Miguel came out and gave us an estimate.  It wasn't the cheapest nor was it the most expensive.  It took longer than we would have liked (2 weeks) before we got the written estimate, but when we did, it was well done and included computer graphic of what the finished project would look like. We decided to go with Steadfast because of all the stellar reviews it had on Angie's list and I liked Miguel's manner. Plus, the business is established and had good ties to the community.  The project was supposed to start in 5-6 weeks.  It ended up being 10 before it actually began, but in their defense, it was the end of April when Miguel made his initial visit and I can only imagine that is their busiest time of year.  We had a couple of issues with calls not being returned during the 10 week time between the initial visit and the start of the project, but once the project began, they were responsive and efficient.  Gary and James were the 2 men that worked on our project. They were professional, respectful and their work was done well.  It took a total of 10 days from start to finish.  Their carpentry was great.  We needed the existing deck extended and several more beams added, plus some of the railing was damaged and needed replacement.  We wanted separate frames for each screen, so that when one is damaged it could easily be replaced.  All professionally done.
    Adding the sliding glass door was a bit of a project and required them to cut through our brick exterior to create a bigger hole They built a vacuum tent in the interior of our home to keep the brick dust from getting everywhere and the finished door was installed perfectly.  Once they were finished it looked as if it had always been there.
    They installed Dry Snap.  A prefab system that is installed under the existing top deck to create a ceiling and gutter system for the lower porch.  The online reviews for the system were not great and my take on them was that if not installed correctly, the system will have lots of problems.  I was worried. 2 days after the installation, we had a monster thunderstorm and there was a leak (a small leak for the amount and of rain we had and the power of the storm) The leak was where the system and the brick  meet. From my understanding and from what the Dry Snap says about their system is that it's water proof under normal raining conditions. This storm was a doosy!  But Gary and James came back out immediately and resealed it and we haven't had a issue since.  There was also a small issue that came up after the project was finished and paid for.  The handle of the screened door wasn't opening and locking correctly and Gary came out with in two days and fixed the it.
    The only reason I did not give them a perfect rating is because of the delay in the project time and the few calls not returned before the projects start.  Which in the grand scheme of things ended up being no big deal but was annoying at the time.
    It has only been 2 months since the completion of the project, so I cannot speak about the long term quality of the work but as of now we are extremely happy with our new porch and Steadfast and I do not expect that to change; however I will update my review in a few years to let you know how everything has held up.
    - Adrianne F.
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    HBServices LLC

    HB was fantastic.  They worked with us on the budget and really listened to our needs in coming up with the design.  For example, although we initially requested two standard skylights, Bob suggested a large (4' x 4') skylight to maximize the light coming into our family room and kitchen.  He also worked with us to get the dimensions of the banquette just right.  Our carpenter Mike did an outstanding job.  He suggested a herring bone pattern for the Trex flooring in the new porch, and the unique design he came up with really sets the space apart.   We appreciate his excellent craftsmanship and attention to detail at every step.  We are thrilled with our new screened-in porch and use it every day.  We have started showing it off to our friends and they are very impressed!


    - Jeanine S.
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    Archadeck of Northern Virginia
    It turns out Lew got very busy and could not take on our project at this time.  However, we greatly appreciate his efforts on our behalf.  He really went above and beyond in doing research with the City and advising us in dealing with other builders, and we would recommend him in a heartbeat based on our dealings with him.
    - Jeanine S.
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    House To Home Solutions
    The HTHS team were professional, timely, and proactive about identifying ways that I could save money on the project.  The workmanship was very good, and their approach to each job was innovative.  Daniel and/or one of his foremen, Anthony, inspected each phase of each task and were also good about answering questions and discussing options. 
    On the TV room renovation (April 2012 - $25k), they improved my energy efficiency by using a new RAINDROP building wrap underneath new pre-insulated vinyl siding.  They also should me that I could save money and have a consistent look around the house by redoing the old attic gable end faces done in the same material at the same time, so we did!  The cherry engineered (not laminated) flooring in the TV room looks great and is warmer than the old thing Wall-to-Wall indoor/outdoor carpet that it replaced.
    One of the challenges on the porch job (Oct 2012 - $11,500) was that the code had changed since the original porch was installed in 1964, so they had to dig out and build and then fill-in new six-foot footers, before they could even build the framing for the new concrete steps.   They did a nice job of installing new custom cut six-foot x 1 foot flagstone slab step treads and step risers going up the porch.  Water no longer pools on each step as was the case previously, thus improving its safety in the winter.  They also designed the railing system so that I only need to replace to two 4-foot end posts with two 10-foot end posts when I get them to install a portico roof over the new porch.  The porch and the railing system are designed to support the later roofing project.
    - Kevin W.
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