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  • A
    Phoenix Home Services Inc
    We're very satisfied and highly recommend Phoenix Home Services based on home renovations completed in August 2019. Clint met with us at the beginning of the project to provide plans and ensure everything was in order for county and HOA approval. From there, Steve provided outstanding project management and customer support while Dan and his crew provided exceptional workmanship. We highly recommend Phoenix Home Services and will use them again for any future home renovations.
    - John F.
  • A
    Phoenix Home Services Inc
    Let me start by saying I don���t give praise when it���s undeserved, and in fact I tend to be overly critical. So it���s significant that I can���t say enough incredible things about the folks associated with Phoenix and the absolute professionalism with which they approached this job. At every step they went ���above and beyond��� the minimum - for no other reason than to simply do the right thing. They sincerely take pride in their work, and they should. - they took my average house with an old carport and turned it into a residence people stop their cars to take photos of (really). The garage is simply awesome; it���s way better than my wife and I imagined. We started with a meeting with Clint, who listened to what we had in mind and produced 3D renderings that really helped us visualize things. He offered suggestions and gave important feedback that allowed us to save money while simultaneously get more than we guessed would be possible. Then we met Steve, who was equally laid-back but also equally attentive to our needs. Steve is the ���on-the-ground��� guy who makes sure all the work flows efficiently and that it���s done right. He makes it look easy when I am fairly certain it���s often a bear keeping all the balls in the air. He understands leadership - he has no problem loading up some debris just because he happens to be in the neighborhood, or pitching in on whatever task needs addressing. Trust me - he���s the guy you want in this role. The concrete guys and brick guys are artists! My retired neighbor watched them carefully while i was at work and was amazed they didn���t cut any corners - even with things that would go unseen. They took the time to make their work perfect. The electrician was also a great guy - actually took time to check out an issue that turned out to be unrelated to the project at hand, but his generosity and conscientiousness were much appreciated. Then there was Dan - the kind of craftsman you wish existed in every company you work with. Dan wasn���t satisfied until he made sure things fit perfectly and looked amazing. Again, just because he has pride in his work. He���s fast but ���old school��� - and the quality of his approach to construction shows. . . Clint stays in the game throughout, BTW, making sure you���re happy, checking in to ensure expectations are being met and things are perfect. You rarely see this level of communication, and it was refreshing, Beware: Clint is freakishly responsive to questions - if you email him on a weekend, don���t be surprised if you get a response within minutes! I could go on, but I think you get the picture. If you are reading this I assume you are considering options and weighing the pros and cons of different companies. I did the same. But do yourself a huge favor and at least meet with them to see how they operate. They are a joy to work with! Oh, and one last thing - they are fast! They finished our garage very close to the day I originally was hoping they could START. They just did everything incredibly well and so efficiently that things hummed along way ahead of schedule. I am writing this to help other potential customers who want an honest review. But to any Phoenix Home Services folks (including subcontractors) who might be reading this - thank you for making our home beautiful. You impressed the heck out of a critical guy with high expectations (and a carpenter for a father-in-law-law!). You should be proud and I will certainly call you again at the drop of a hat!
    - Angela B.
  • F
    Northern Virginia Insulators
    First call to the company I left a voicemail that was not returned. Second call got a person and set up an appointment for the next day. Estimator never actually went into the attic, rather looked from the access points. He went on for quite a while talking about storage in the attic and building a crawl space for which there are only a few items up there. All to be removed anyway. Told him this information but it didn't matter. Spoke nothing of putting in vent guards, sealing the seams and leak points in the ceiling, The estimator told me nearly zero about the company, its history, offer references, how they perform the work... I practically had to drag information out of him. Seemed in a hurry. He did talk about the various types of insulation which was informative. Told me he would e-mail me a quote within a day or two. Never got one. Silver Service Award? Not in my book.
    - Roger S.
  • F
    Summary: If you use Paumen Innovations, be sure to: have the job permitted; do not use any subcontractor he recommends (e.g. a counter top provider); hire your own inspector; and, hold-back at least 20% of the contract payment until any items your inspector finds are corrected. My first mistake in dealing with Paumen Innovations was agreeing to not have the job permitted (despite the scope of work requiring it). I subsequently got the job post-permitted and, at significant expense and with significant time and advice of the Fairfax County inspectors, brought up to code and had latent defects fixed. Do not repeat my mistake or buy into any notion that ���a man���s home is his castle��� and thus permits need not be obtained. In getting my job post-permitted, I found the county���s zoning office and inspectors were helpful and understanding. I would describe their approach as : we are public servants here to ensure safety. (Keep in mind that county inspectors will only inspect for code compliance; they do not comment on non-code items, such as improperly installed cabinets. To protect yourself from non-code work defects, I strongly recommend hiring your own home inspector to check the job before paying the final 20%.) Paumen Innovation���s carpenters cut many corners. They: - Didn���t install door sweep on front door; - left a door strike rubbing against its door frame (something the lead described as ���I can���t do anything about that.���) - Used dry wall screws to mount cabinets (versus ones provided by the cabinet maker); - Installed cabinet spacers asymmetrically; and, - Installed upper cabinets without spacers causing the doors and drawers to rub against each other and bind. Paumen Innovations cut corners insulating pipes in a wall. I was concerned about these pipes potentially freezing, so I advised Paumen Innovations that I wanted to see the insulation of them before they were covered with drywall. I returned home one day and the drywall was up. I reminded the crew chief that I wanted to see the insulation and he replied with a chuckle: ���Ops, I forgot. But they are well insulated.��� Fairfax County���s building inspector did not think so. Paumen Innovation���s appliance installation was of substandard quality. The installers: - connected the dishwasher to the cold water line; - did not install bracing on the sides of the dishwasher/secure the sides of the dishwasher; - did not install an anti-tip device on the stove; - used only two of four screws to mount a stainless steel sheet behind the stove; and, - did not box in the water line for the refrigerator���s ice maker (i.e. they spakled around the water line which just comes out of the wall). Paumen Innovation���s electrical work has issues. The electricians: - left three incorrectly labeled breakers (two breakers listed as ���range,��� two breakers listed as ���fridge,��� a spare breaker listed as ���microwave,���) and left two blanks uncovered; and, - did not bond the gas line for the stove. Paumen Innovations recommended a particular granite counter top provider, vouching for the company and stating that using it would be a great way to help keep the project on schedule. I naively hired that company. It came back with a ridiculous quote, to which I objected. The company then came in with a more reasonable quote and blamed the issue on the granite wholesaler. Select your own subcontractors competitively; do not hire contractors recommended by Paumen Innovations. Prior to making the final payment to Paumen Innovations, its oft reply to the punch list items I identified was: ���I can���t do anything about that.��� By that point I was so frustrated, I just wanted them out of my house so I made the final payment. I later discovered additional defects that a professional inspector would have found immediately. I wish I had hired a professional inspector to find these and educate me on the standards of the industry to which I could have held Paumen Innovations before I made the final payment. If you hire Paumen Innovations, hire your own inspector to review the work and ensure Paumen Innovations completes any punch list items before you make final payment. To recap: if you use Paumen Innovations, be sure to: get the work permitted; do not use any subcontractor he recommends; hire your own inspector; and, hold-back at least 20% of the contract payment until any items your inspector finds are corrected.
    - Bruce A.
  • A
    Northern Virginia Insulators
    Brad is amazing! After losing all of my attic insulation to mold from a roof leak and it only becoming colder outside I was eager to have it replaced. Brad was prompt to respond and went above and beyond. When neither of us were able to find someone to replace the portion of my ceiling that also had to be removed for at least a month he willing volunteered to do it himself to ensure that he could safely install the insulation above it. Had Brad not done so I would have spent another month freezing waiting for the ceiling to be repaired. Instead 2 days later I had both and the difference was noticeable immediately. Not only that he was kind enough to follow up 2 days after installation to make sure that the temperature had improved. I would absolutely reccomend him to anyone.
    - Nicole G.
  • A
    All Renovations Inc
    Omar and Jim were very straightforward about everything (costs and schedules, and changes to each as warranted). Both were quick to respond to requests and questions. While I rate Price as A, since All Renovations did come in as the lowest bidder of the builders responding to my request for quote, remember that this is northern Virginia construction costs, and anything you think of after-the-fact or didn't have clearly established with any builder will result in price escalation. Also expect the unexpected. Final cost over original estimate was a little more than 10%, which is what I expected from the start. It should not be looked upon negatively as it concerns All Renovations. Make sure everything is in order for work outside the scope of All Renovations. I needed a tree root pruning before the foundation could be started, but I didn't have it ready in time as the schedule required. The All Renovations crew needed to clear the roots to keep on schedule, as the arborist wasn't available for another full week due to schedule movement as a result of inclement weather. It cost more for All Renovations to do the root removal so the foundation could be laid, but that is because I didn't have it synchronized ahead of their schedule.
    - Brian F.
  • B
    Two Brothers Handyman and Home Improvement Service, LLC
    Had 16' x 14' workroom that needed to be finished. The basement room was musty, dirty, cold. Ruben's crew transformed this room into a usable space. They insulated, framed, drywalled, painted and installed a large 4' x 3' x 6' closet. Took a week. They tiled the floor, installed recessed lights and created a shelving unit. The room will now be partial workroom, storage area, exercise space, and children's toy area.
    - Carmen S.
  • A
    Expert Handyman & Remodeling
    I hired them to remodel my basement. And then added the kitchen and the bathroom. Mr. Kabir was very professional and responsive to all if my requests. He was very professional and immediately took care any of my concerns. Good team, quality work, great price per quality.
    - Jahanzeb B.
  • A
    Phoenix Home Services Inc
    We have an older home in Kings Park (Springfield, VA) and we were in desperate need of a kitchen update. When we first started this project, we used a low bid contractor. Needless to say, a quarter of the way through the project we realized we had made a HUGE mistake and the project was going from bad to worse. We called several contractor's and Phoenix Home Services came in and absolutely conquered this project. They are by far the best in the business! From our initial consult through project close, they were on time, clean, professional, had a dedicated crew and the co-owner (Steve Bowes) was available day and night for those nuisance calls and became our ultimate support system. This company has top notch plumbers, electricians, drywall installers, painters, and the best carpenter in the business (Dan Gardener)! Would I recommend them, absolutely, positively!
    - Suzanne F.
  • F
    F H Furr Plumbing Heating AC & Electrical
    FH Furr subcontracted with another company without telling us beforehand that they did not do the work themselves. We have been pleased with FH Furr for HVAC and plumbing services, but they did not do the attic sealing work. The house was still cold. We finally paid for a home energy audit and found that the attic was not sealed in many places and poorly sealed in others. Unfortunately, we had FH Furr seal and insulate the attic nearly 4 years ago, so I have not been able to get satisfaction through our phone calls over the past month. Our salesman is very nice over the phone, but we have no solution. I have included an infrared photo example from our home energy audit showing that the attic was not sealed. I have an estimate from and energy company that it will cost me $10000 to take out the 4 year old insulation that FH Furr added, seal the job properly and add new insulation again.
    - Ruth F.
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