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    Jack's Tile & Carpet
    They came and just placed tile over my seriously damaged linoleum. It was done very quickly. However, I have a kitchen door that opens into my garage. They did not have what was needed to put molding down at the door and door would not close all of the way..(FLIES COULD COME IN FROM THE GARAGE!) Door needed to be trimmed underneath to fit. They had not trimmed the door. They left, and I did not know that the door would not close all the way. It was a Friday evening and I could not reach them all weekend.. I was finally able to get someone on the phone on Monday and explained that I could not close the door and they said that they would come back and fix it. Someone came back and shaved some off the bottom of the door. But the door had to be trimmed crooked (underneath).. to accomodate the tile not fitting correctly. After he left, I noticed that the door, shaved on the bottom was not straight. They had put back the old molding (a very worn plate), and put the old screws back in...but they were not screwed in all of the way. I selected the tile that was placed over the old linoleum..but the door looks awful because it could not be cut straight.!! I can't believe how sloppy the workmanship was. I had paid a $700.00 deposit and still owe another $700.00. They have not contacted me and I have not contacted them. I wish that I had known more about this company; and definitely regret that I selected them to :replace my ...or place tile over my very worn linoleum. JUST PLAIN SLOPPY! I am an older lady and selected Jack's flooring ..I regret it. If you need a good company to replace flooring..DON'T CALL JACK'S! I can't help but think that they took advantage of me because I am old and crippled.
    - Linda C.
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    C & E Contracting
    They did a great job on our bathroom remodel, drywall repair, new flooring, interior painting, and installing new flooring. His carpentry and woodworking are excellent and his prices are fair. Recommend him as great handyman for any projects.
    - Ronald H.
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    Several significant issues were encountered when having hardwood floors installed by Just Floored, Inc. at 363 Fenwick Rd., Building 261, Fort Monroe, VA 23651. After completing the installation process, Just Floored, Inc. departed the premises leaving a 3 foot gauge, a one foot scratch and a four inch scratch on my hardwood floor for my wife and I to find. The installation crew placed furniture over the gauge before leaving. After we complained, the company returned a few days later for what we thought would be an estimate of damages and a consultation on ways to remedy the problem. My wife and I soon determined that they were cutting our new wood floor and patching it without our approval (written or oral approval). We later determined that the attempted to repair the floor made the issue much worse by: 1) Sawing planks in the house without encapsulating the area which allowed hardwood dust (a known Class 1 carcinogen) to enter the room and ventilation system. This later caused respiratory issues for both my wife and me. 2) Putting nails directly through the face of planks to keep them in place after patching damage they caused (not a professional practice). Will also cause issues if we decide to screen or refinish the floors. 3) Patching a NEW floor by stripping the tongues from the wood, which eliminated the manufacturer's tongue and groove system. Based on the final bill, Just Floored insists that the damage they caused, the patched floor, and additional damage made during the attempt to repair the floor constitutes a brand new hardwood floor. 4) ���Ignoring Eastern Flooring's (the hardwood manufacture) "STRONG" recommends to use "adhesive in addition to the proper nailing schedule when using 5 inch or wider planks." Just Floored did not consult with the owner before deciding to use what they considered a cheaper method of installation. 5) Leaving an uneven plank and making additional scratches during the repair process. 6) Even though Eastern Flooring requires installers to provide warranty information, floor care information, the product name and code number, Just Floored insists that they cannot provide the code number for the wood. 7) ���After the initial attempt to repair the floor, my wife and I identified more issues. The installers immediately removed equipment from their vehicle and attempted a second repair. I stopped them immediately after noticing the dust in the room from the first attempt and that they were going to saw the hardwood floor again without respirators and without encapsulating the space. During the initial repair attempt, I was in another part of the house and started feeling ill and suspected it was because of the dust. I reported the issues to the company. 8) The installation process prevents a door from closing properly because it makes contact with the floor.
    - Harry G.
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    Titan Contracting LLC
    REALLY well! :) We trusted them enough to leave them to do the work while we were not home! This is how much we trust Erik and his staff. We have never before felt that way. Erik feels like part of the family in a lot of ways. He cares that his customers are happy and satisfied and if they aren't he will work hard to make sure they are. We will use him again on a home we are thinking of purchasing in Burg. There are a TON of contractors out there. Very few we have found that are this good, this well priced and this dependable. HIRE THEM!
    - NIna D.
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    Empire Today��
    Signed the contract with Empire Today for installation of new flooring to be installed on June 22. On June 22 at 9am was told the flooring was not available. My wife of 76 and I, 73 had boxed up all the rooms and was ready which took several days. I then had to contact the salesman and was offered 4 selections of which were not the same quality or to our liking, but with the house all tore up we selected one to be installed the next day. On June23 the crew of 5 Mexicans in which only one could speak sort of English arrived. All he kept telling me is to pay him but I wanted conformation the floor would be installed which he said he would not say due to an uneven floor in 2 rooms which the salesman said would be leveled. After talking with the a bunch of managers they still would not come to my home and evaluate the floors. I feel Empire Today was trying to take advantage of us due to our age. I have concluded since I have not heard back from them with a result they just do not care about their customers. This company has too many mangers and care about the cash not the quality or backing what they say, they do not walk their talk.
    - Phil C.
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    Total Home Improvements
    After having a good experience with THI on my exterior work five years ago, I've always gone back to them to have other projects done. My experience with this company has been very positive. 

    The employees of THI are very courteous and professional.  They come on time and with a positive attitude.  The project managers that I worked with (I had the same person for two of my jobs and a different person for this latest huge remodel) were very knowledgeable of every aspect of the job.  They both did a good job scheduling all of the trades workers and keeping everything moving forward.  They both communicated very well with me and I always knew exactly who was coming, what they were coming to do, and when they would be there.  Did everything go exactly on schedule - well no.  I added several changes to the job, including gutting and redoing another bathroom at the last minute.  So we had to adjust time frames and expectations.  When we had a delay in the cabinet installation, due to my decision to rip out old plaster and replace with new drywall, Greg, the project manager worked swiftly and deliberately to catch us back up so we could finish as projected.  

    THI uses good sub contractors.  The floor, tile, electrical, and plumbing guys rocked.  They use small companies so there isn't a crew coming into your home.  The tile installer works alone.  The electrical company has two employees so the same two come every time and get to know your home electrical system well.  Same with the plumbers and floor installers.  I like that about THI.  Sure it isn't as fast sometimes as if a crew is sent in, but these trades people were truly professional, treating my house like their own.  I believe they did a better job than a bigger company would, and had more pride in their work.  To be honest, the owner of the dry wall company they used for my job was a bit rude, but Total Home Improvements quickly remedied that issue once I let them know.  All of the other sub-contractors were so very nice and professional and respectful.  I feel very fortunate to have met these fine craftsmen.

    My experience with the sales representatives has also been very positive.  I used the same sales rep for two of my projects and he partnered with another sales rep on the major interior renovation they just finished.  They worked with me on the design and we made adjustments along the way.  

    I do not have any experience with the painters, however.  i have a painter that I have used for years (also works alone) so I opted to have him do the painting for my job.  

    Anyway, I am happy with all the choices I made throughout this renovation and with the work that Total Home Improvements did themselves or had done to make this reno happen.  It was complicated, removing walls and installing engineered beams, etc.  I worked at home throughout the whole reno, so I basically set up in one room.   My advice to anyone considering a renovation is to be very clear in what you want to have done and be very specific in your contract and understand the allowances, etc. in your contract and make adjustments if you need to. I marked mine up on a word document so I could be absolutely sure we were on the same page.  It took several revisions before we finalized the contract.   Also be realistic with your expectations and understand that there will be puts and takes along the way.  Material gets delayed; you make a change and things have to be redone.  Be patient and keep in constant contact with your project manager.  Understand that these people are human too.  The project manager may have a dozen jobs at any given time.  

    My tape measure broke the other day so I guess their work is done!  But if I have any other home improvements I have Total Home Improvements on my speed dial.  Seriously, it got frustrating at times - it was a 6 month major renovation after all.  But any frustration on my part was situational and the project manager was experiencing the same frustration.  Together we worked through any issues or decisions as they arose.  

    After the job was complete i'd say it was done pretty close to perfectly.  I have an old house and there's only so much you can do with an old house.  In my opinion Total Home Improvements did as much as could be done to maximize the footprint of my house, updating it from its 1970's look while maintaining the character of the home.

    Thanks for reading my review.  I wish you luck in your home projects.
    - Anna J.
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    Mares Contracting
    Mike was on time, professional, polite, and knowledgeable.  He took many measurements, asked questions, and took extensive notes.  I appreciated the attention to detail.  He provided a detailed estimate just a few hours after he came to my home, which was great.  I asked a lot of follow-up questions which he responded to promptly and completely.  In the end we needed to scale down the scope of the work we could have done all at once and we decided to go with other contractors because we had a very tight window of time in which to get the work done (not at all Mares' fault and Mike was willing to do as much as he could to get the work completed within our timeframe, which I also appreciated).  I hope to be able to work with Mares in the future!
    - Derek S.
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    Belletto Construction Inc
    Not as good as I would have hoped. He told me how many square feet of tile I needed to purchase. I brought. maybe, nine samples of tiles that I liked because with the price I didn't know what they were willing to work with. Sometimes it's more expensive and more difficult to work with another. I wanted to give them the option saying we don't want to use this because or it's going to cost you more to use this. So I showed the tile to their workman who came out. He said we use a lot of this 1 by 1. I said this is an old house, the floor is not going to be perfectly smooth and having done insurance for years I promise you instead of 8  by 8 tiles the 2 by 2 is going to be more forgiving on an uneven surface is it alright if we used this? He said that's mighty expensive, They are not paying for it so, do you know how to put it down? And he said he knew how to put it down, I asked it he was sure? He said yes, this is what I purchased. I came back and he had gotten all the tile up and he said my sub floor on half the room needs to be replaced and that's not in the price. I said ok what's the price to replace the sub floor and they gave me a price that was a little high. I said that for replacing a sub floor on half and he said that's for the whole room, so if you don't have to replace the whole thing then why don't you adjust that, and they adjusted that price. We agreed I paid them the extra money, and I said they could put my tile down.  He put the tile down, but it was not done in a good professional manner -- you know when you're really finished it looks like a finished room and it was not. I have a floor to ceiling mirror at one end of my bathroom which I pointed out to him. I asked it he realized I have this floor to ceiling mirror. He said he knew how to go about it. I stopped speaking because I thought he understood with a floor to ceiling mirror you have to either measure for it or start at the mirror so you don't end up with tile pieces abutting the mirror and then having it look tacky. Well, that's exactly what he did. Also it was not evenly cut along the wall. Not a problem. In that case you either take up the mold end and put it back down or put a shoe down to cover where at least it looked finished. None of that was done. The thing that got me, most of all was he left and didn't say anything. So I called his office and asked if he's finished. He said he remembered it wasn't finished completely. He said he had run out of tiles. I asked why didn't he tell me ran out of tile. By the way I bought the amount of tile he told me I needed. I will happily go and get some more. My whole thing is communicate with me you don't just run out of tile and leave. You tell me that I'm out of tile and I asked when is he coming back? He came back the next day or two whatever the case was and finished installing that tile and left again without saying anything. So I wondered if he was finished. It doesn't look finished to me so I called they said he was done. I said this is not acceptable, it doesn't look finished at all and I recounted all the things that went wrong. The guy in the background said he did not know what they want. They told me to take some pictures of it. I'm not a photographer and I don't think what I am talking about is going to really read in pictures, someone needs to come and at it. So the owner of the company finally agreed to come and look at it and when he looked at it he said "oh! I see," what can we do?" And I said if you want to put down a shoe mold in to finish up all these edges there's places where tiles not lining up a couple of them are going to have to come up and put back down. He hasn't done anything and the floor looks totally unfinished, it's just some tile in the middle of the floor and a huge gap around the edges. I point out all these things he said he would send someone out to finish it. They sent the same guy who was basically baffled about it. He said this looked fine to him. So now I thought I had to tell him what to do.
    - Alana F.
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    Belletto Construction Inc
    Because of high demand for the service, it took a while to get the job completed. When we reached a mutually acceptable date, two men showed up at the appointed time to do the job. They were professional and very knowledgable. They did a beautiful joe laying the tile and cleaning-up the worksite. I was very pleased with the finished job.
    - Donald E.
  • A
    Belletto Construction Inc
    It took a while to schedule the job but I got a call when there was a cancellation & they were able to start the same day. This is the second job Belletto has done for me and the results are just as beautiful as the first, which was a tile floor. The two young men who came were prompt, careful, polite, conscientious and neat. I had a lot of books, musical instruments, artwork, etc. in the room. They moved what might have been damaged, covered the rest in plastic, put things back and cleaned up carefully. My ceiling, completed in 2.5 days, is gorgeous and I'm very pleased.
    - Anita H.
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