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  • A
    Plumb Care Plumbing Inc
    Overall the project went as planned but took a little longer than anticipated because of a couple mishaps with ordering materials. However, the overall professionalism of the entire crew more than made up for it. Specifically their knowledge of working on older homes (nothing is square) resulted in a better than anticipated result. Also offered good ideas that saved me money.
    - walter d.
  • A
    Rock Solid Construction
    Very good. 4 jobs over two summers. 12 x 12 deck ($3,900) with stairs , 6x8 deck with stairs, brick steps and cyt new door into house through brick wall. Excellent work and we were pleased that is why we hired them 4 times.
    - Lou M.
  • A
    Deaton's Construction
    I had a fantastic experience with David Deaton and his guys. One of the reasons I hired him, without even getting other quotes, is because I had seen, and been impressed with, a kitchen/bathroom renovation and deck  he had done for a friend, and I wanted a contractor who is on the job every single day and does the work himself. The only parts of the renovation he subcontracted were the heat pump, insulation, and carpet laying. The project took about 25 days, which I thought might be a miserable experience, but David, Roger, and Clay were professional, kind to my animals, and very meticulous about cleaning up after themselves and keeping the chaos in my home to an absolute minimum. David was extremely responsive to my concerns, suggestions, and any changes I wanted to make along the way. He even dropped everything to help me with an emergency project in my home unrelated to the renovation. I can't recommend him highly enough and plan to bring him back for bathroom renovations in the spring.
    - Cheryl C.
  • D
    Mikes Remodeling
    .It did not go well. Missed six days over the course of the construction with lame excuses ie car trouble, it MIGHT rain etc. He did not have the experience he claimed to have when it came to the handrails, The steps and rails did not meet code. The pickets on the handrails are spaced randomly, they are not even(straight up/down),also used two different styles of rails. On the steps he had miscut the rails and the pickets were way off. He also plugged holes where pickets were supposed to be because he didnt measure correctly so the top and bottom did not line up. Also on the step  handrails, the top rails were not at uniform heights On the steps risers are required if the space between steps is over 4". I had to pay someone else to do this. On the steps to the landing he used four stringers. On the steps from the landing down he used three stringers and these steps give if a heavy person walks on them. For the treads he used the decking which was grooved on the edges instead of the proper tread boards which looked awful and created a trip hazard. He tried to cover this up by scabbing 4x10" or so boards on the sides of the steps. After about two weeks the boards started separating from the steps and also splitting in two.He told me a crew would be here everyday until the job was done. His crew consisted of him and his wife who was mainly a clean up person. HE REFUSED TO COME BACK TO MY HOME AND ADDRESS ANY PROBLEMS I FOUND. After several texts and phone conversations he blocked my number on his phones. I have since had to find other contractors who were willing to work behind someone else. this is not an easy task. I now have someone lined up to replace the shoddy handrails he installed. I am filing a claim in small claims court to try and recover my losses.
    - thomas m.
  • A
    BathPlanet of Lynchburg

    Our bath tub looked bad. It was scraped and cracked and probably the original tub installed when the house was built (1954). It was too far gone for re-glazing and I wanted to avoid the mess (and expense) of replacing the tub.  Our only other option was a tub liner. 

    The tub liner Tara of Bath Planet sold us and installed by Kevin was absolutely perfect! It looks like a brand new bath tub. It took approx. 4 weeks for our order to come in and about 4 hours to install. 

    My wife and I are very happy with the product and work done and would highly recommend Bath Planet of Lynchburg.

    - Gary S.
  • F
    Kitchen & Bath Ideas
    My wife and I contacted Kitchen and Bath due to the positive feedback we read on Angie's List and the fact they have signs in their business stating they're Angie's List recommended.
    To start with, we met with a nice lady there at Kitchen and Bath who showed us counter tops and gave us ideas for our kitchen remodel. After talking about 30 minutes, we decided to let Kitchen and Bath schedule the measuring at our house. That took place two weeks after we walked in the store. Which was ok as we were in no rush. After the measuring, it then took another two weeks for the lady at Kitchen and Bath to review with us her plan to remodel our kitchen. Again, not a big deal. We met with her and agreed on the layout and design. She then stated she would need to have an electrician come to our house to spec out the electrical requirements. She stated the electrician would contact me to schedule the visit. However, 3 weeks passed before I received that call.  The electrician showed up Oct 24th and examined our panel and electrical situation. He noted he'd have to add another circuit, but nothing major. It is now Nov 25th and I have not received a call from Kitchen and Bath. After nearly three months of trying to be a customer to have our kitchen remodeled I'm done. 
    - Rodney B.
  • A
    Tyree Plumbing Inc
    Like everything they have done over the years, the work was prompt. professional, courteous and effective. We have used them over the years for everything, new water heater, remodeling baths with new fixtures, repair of old plumbing bath drain mechanisms, outside water spigots, you name it. Always the same great service and competitive prices. They are ultra reliable, honest, pleasant people to deal with.
    - Joe P.
  • A
    Deaton's Home Improvement
    We were told up front that it might be a several weeks before the project could be started, which was fine with us. There were a few additional delays, in particular with the cabinet maker, which we felt indicated we were not a high priority, but this didn't bother us too much. In any case, Deaton was great about keeping in contact regarding the status of things, and the work he did himself was quite prompt and very professional. He even came out and re-leveled the dishwasher at no additional cost after another contractor had moved it when installing a new floor.
    - Woody M.
  • A
    Quinn's Home Improvement
    I cannot praise Quinn's workers highly enough. There were four workers, including the foreman Tony Haasz, and all of them were extremely professional but also very pleasant. They protected our hardwood floors and did their best to minimize dust,
    and every day before they left they swept and straightened their work areas. We have an older house (built @1920) so there were a number of surprises, particularly with the ancient plumbing and wiring, but nothing fazed these guys. They clearly knew what they were doing, and everything they touched looked like a million bucks after they were finished. The completed bathroom is absolutely gorgeous - it looks like something from a magazine. I would recommend Quinn's without hesitation to anyone.

    - Alicia C.
  • F
    Quinn's Home Improvement
    On the recommendation of a neighbor, I called the person (Tony) who had remodeled a kitchen for her in which she was pleased.  I left a voice mail saying that I was interested in remodeling two bathrooms, that he was recommended, and that I would like to speak with him about an estimate.  I didn't know at the time that Tony had gone to work for Quinn's Home Improvement.
    Several weeks passed with no response from Tony.  Finally, I received a call from Quinn.  We invited him to come give us an estimate.  He brought his designer, Amanda Pitts, with him to review the work.  Even though we thought we might be moving, our bathrooms were dated, and we thought a remodel would help sell our current house.
    Over the next several weeks, Amanda worked closely with my wife picking out the vanities, tile, and fixtures.  Once decided upon, we signed a contract for Quinn's to do the work.  We were told by Amanda that the work would take 1 1/2 weeks, and that we would need to stay elsewhere during during that time.  My wife told Amanda that she didn't want the work to begin until it could be completed without interruption.
    In the meantime, my wife and I closed on another house.  Amanda asked my wife if she would want to downgrade some of the fixtures since we were moving to save money.  Amanda said that Quinn was agreeable to that if we liked.  My wife agreed.
    The work was to begin on Monday, Sept. 2, but after a phone call from Amanda, it was re-scheduled to begin the next morning - Tues., Sept. 3.  Once the work crew arrived, my wife and I went and stayed with family for the next five days.  That following Friday Amanda called my wife and told her that the work would be finished the next Thursday.  After five days of work, both bathrooms had only been taken down to the studs.  The ceiling was not removed.  Plastic had been installed to block the work area(s) off from the rest of the house.
    On Monday, no one showed up to work.  On Tuesday no one showed up until 4 PM.  On Wednesday no one showed up until 2 PM.  We discovered that the crew had been pulled off our job to work another job site.  Steamed, I personally phoned Quinn to ask what was going on!  He promised to get the crew back on my job.  In the meantime, My wife and I were staying in a local hotel at our expense and living out of a suitcase.  Of course the work was not complete on Thursday as promised.  In fact, Amanda stopped responding to phone calls or emails.  Instead, we began dealing with Loran, who would relay Amanda's messages... or not!
    It was along this time that the plastic barrier was removed inside the house.  As a result, dust from sanding drywall spread to every room and coated all of our belongings.  It clogged our HVAC filter, which has to be changed twice.  The trim paint on the woodwork in several doorways was chipped off as the result of bringing in materials and/or removing debris.  Tape used to hold down construction paper on the floor left marks along the hardwood flooring where it was attached.  Grass was killed in the front yard where they left their trailer sitting for so long, as well as in the backyard where someone dumped paint.  
    The tile in one bathroom did not go all the way up to the ceiling as agreed, nor was it orientated correctly - horizontal instead of vertical.  Shutters for one bathroom window were never installed, and the contracted 'cubbie' to hold soap and shampoo was not initially installed until we said something about it.  Instead of it being tiled, it was simply boxed in with some composite materials and painted.
    The fixtures were, indeed, downgraded, and we were given a price break in the amount of $1200, then charged $850 +- for them replacing "damaged" plumbing and water damaged sub-flooring beneath the tub.  (Plumbing cost to upgrade to current code was figured in the initial estimate.  We were not going to pay twice!)
    It took four weeks to complete this job!  It was two weeks before there was a single flush toilet installed that worked.  We had to move prematurely into our new house and sleep on an air mattress in order to have a complete working bathroom.  I don't know what we would have done otherwise. My wife and I feel that our home was disrespected by these workers, and that they treated it like a dump!  We had to hand wash every piece of furniture we removed, as well as clothing and other personal items.  I had to paint the damaged trim, and try as she might, my wife could never remove the strip from the tape on the hardwood floor.
    Quinn did meet with us at the house to his credit, and he was agreeable to cost adjustments.  We have closed this chapter.  However, I doubt Quinn's Home Improvement will ever be hired by us again, nor would I recommend them to others.
    - Les P.
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