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  • The work was done well and quickly within the constraints of the weather. The crew was pleasant and were attentive to detail. The small amount of siding replacement was done quickly and well. The owner came to check in with the crew regularly. He also came by to review the job when finished and to complete the small remaining items.
    - Andrew K.
  • Paul and Predrag work together as a team. Paul leads the interior work and Predrag leads on the exterior work. Estimates were done in a timely fashion and work detailed. They were responsive to questions. Insurance certificates provided and started when they said they would. Paul was very helpful in selecting the interior color where we were changing the paint color. Where the color was to stay the same he matched it exactly. The work was done in a timely & orderly fashion and the quality is great!  At the end of each day, the work area was broom swept/vacuumed and tools and equipment were organized and out of the way. We liked the interior work so much, we hired them to do the exterior house painting.  We wanted to stay with the same color scheme and Predrag matched the colors exactly.  He noted any rot and had a carpenter do repairs (this was included in the estimate). Exterior was scraped, primed, and painted.  The work was done in orderly fashion and we knew each day what section of house they would be working on.  Again all tools and equipment were cleaned up & out of the way at the end of each day.  Paul and Predrag have a real attention to detail.  The quality of their work is excellent.  We are very happy with the results and will be using them again this fall to paint the other bedrooms and baths.
    - Barbara J.
  • Gazo's crew would cut corners (that were detailed in the contract)when were weren't watiching. The contract stated the house would be wrapped in special recommended house wrap under the siding. His crew did not cover a side in the wrap and put the siding over the old wrap (tyvek) when we weren't watching. If you do any business with this guy make sure you detail everything in the contract right down to what materials will be used. Gazo gave us a contract with sub standard materials to be used despite giving him explicit explanation of what we wanted.  Gazo does not come back after he gets his last check to fix mistakes, so you better make sure everything is right before you pay him. We would never hire him again for anything.
    - Philip C.
  • Tyler and his team are extremely professional.  They power washed my house, replaced rotting clapboards and did other necessary carpentry prior to painting my house.  Tyler is very knowledgeable about paint and has a great eye for color choices.  I strongly recommend talking to Tyler about your color choices prior to painting. Eric is a really good carpenter and takes tremendous pride in his work.  All of the painters are very polite and friendly.  I completely trusted them with my home.  Be sure to contact them a full year before you need your house painted.
    - Paul G.
  • The owner, Luke, and his staff were able to give us an accurate written, itemized estimate within a few days of our inquiry. They were easy to talk to and explained exactly what their plan would be to fix out decaying chimney.
    Originally, my husband was going to seal the chimney after the work was done, but Luke offered to do it for us for only the cost of the materials (we already knew how much materials would have cost us by doing it ourselves) so we immediately agreed since his price was more than fair!
    We also originally did not plan to have our front porch steps and stone worked on, but they were so knowledgeable about the chimney repair and the advertising on their truck mentioned stonework, so I asked their advice about it. Luke gave me a quote of only $40 to fix both issues & I don't think I could have even bought the supplies/materials for that amount!
    Since the stairs are about 20 years old, I never thought the new cement patch would even come close to matching, but Luke took extra time and effort to make sure it did.
    Part of the job was to cap the unused flues and they had to return to do that. I did have to contact them a couple of times to remind them to do that, but once Luke said he could be there on a certain time & date, he even showed up during a stow storm to do it! Without me mentioning it, he brushed the snow away from the porch to check how the stone/cement work was holding up (perfectly, we both agreed).
    I feel lucky to have found this company since they could not have done a better job, been more professional, or cleaned up after themselves any more meticulously. I had got a much higher estimate form another company (well over $1,000), not including the porch repairs or sealing of the chimney.
    - S M.
  • I received 6 estimates re: residing my 3,000 sq ft colonial home. I intervied 4, and signed a contract with Ron Roy, owner of Roy's New View in Colchester, VT. He's very personable and earnest, and provided me with names and addresses of recently completed projects.
    Having distributed vinyl siding in the past, I was keenly aware that Ron knew all the subtleties of how to install the siding, as well as the and quot;tricksand quot; of the trade - what it takes to make a good experience a great experience.
    Ron and his crew of two assistants worked diligently to keep this project on schedule through the rainiest June in recent memory. Ron always was there to answer our questions and concerns, and wrapped up the project within the time frame we had discussed.
    The punchlist was small and Ron and his crew took care of all items on the final day with one exception: The new exterior lights we had ordered were too lare for the blocks he had installed, but he was quite willing to order larger ones for us that he would have to re-install at a later date. He returned several weeks later to install the lights; he did that within the budget.
    We are very pleased with the work performed by Ron Roy and his crew. They were polite, respectful of our property, cleaned on a daily basis, and exceeded the work guaranteed in our contract.
    I would have no reservation in recommending this man and his work ethic. Ron Roy's New View is highly recommended by us
    - Ronald B.
  • Ben is amazing!  I found his name on Angie's List and he came soon after I called to see what we  wanted done.  There was still snow on the deck!
    When he came back to start building, he met with a civil engineer we know to discuss the structure holding up the existing deck (about 10' off the ground) and ended up reinforcing it so it could hold walls and a roof.
    We bought 6 skylights and he put them in for us.  When I paid for flooring he said I didn't need that kind and returned it to the lumber yard and bought the correct kind - saving me about $200.
    When he was done with the structure and flooring, he returned to put wooden siding against the house where the vinyl siding had been, but first I had him sign the wall underneath.  We are so pleased with the porch and with his precise work. 
    If you look at some of the photos at his sight, our porch is shown!
    - Gail C.
  • Durning the summer of 2010 extensive work was done on our house in Shelburne Vermont by Beagle Builders. The work included residing the house, a new metal roof and replacing many windows. The upstairs windows include two casement windows and two bay windows. Downstairs there were five new casement windows. The siding installed is mahogany clapboard which was recommended by Beagle Builders as being long lasting and maintenance free (with re-staining every 10 year or so). The wood was prepared by staining/sealing both sides before installation. The new roof is metal. Within two months of the work being finished we noticed black streaks running down the clapboards on both sides of the entry way coming from the bottom of the roof. Mr. Durand was called and came to inspect. He had 'no idea' why there would be black, gummy residue leaking from the roof down the wood, nor did Mr. Durand offer any assistance in repairing or troubleshooting the black streaks. In February after the first significant snow storm, the back chimney had been sheared off the house. The clamps securing the chimney to the house had never been replaced after the new siding had been installed. The chimney, which had been built in the summer of 1992, was cement brick and fully lined. While re-staining the house in June, which I had been told would need to be done, we noticed that none of the trim around the new windows on the ground floor were set flush to the wall allowing water to get down into the casements. We also observed that the staples holding the clapboards were starting to rust and staining the wood. In several areas, the clapboards are starting to have a heavy, black mold. The chimney was replaced by our insurance, but there is still roof damage by the eves where the chimney pulled off. We have also had the downstairs windows repaired and reseated into the wall. Beagle Builders was again contacted to see the window installation problem, and he commented after observing the obviously poor installation that 'heads would roll', meaning that his employee was responsible. He told me that he would cover the cost of the repairs to the windows and "the check would be in the mail". No check has been received. I have had several builders come and assess the house. Their consensus is that the staples were not stainless steel, which they should have been, but that staples should not have been used in the first place and never recommended for wood siding (stainless screws ARE recommended in areas that this type of wood would be used). The black leakage is from a combination of the wrap which was placed around the windows and doors and the rust. They also said that as the staples continued to rust, the siding would start to fall off of the house and would need to be replaced. One of the builders went to where Beagle Builders claims to have bought the siding. To be told by their specialist that Mahogany is not sold in this area because it does not hold up it our weather. We have no idea where it came from and Mr. Durand is not forthcoming with any invoice. The mahogany was recommended by Beagle Builders over the cement board we had originally contracted to use. We expected competent recommendations and quality work which was funded in part by refinancing our home. Now we have an inexcusable mess and work that is sub par by any standard. We stand to loose our investment in our home because of this incompetent job which will need to be addressed immediately.
    - Gail M.
  •      A College guy came to door offering painting services so i decided to get a estimate. Next evening a professional looking college guy showed up gave estimate and assured me they are trained painters by Sherwin Williams and lead certified and that if i got 2 coats paint it would have 2 year warranty. I was told it would take 3 days to complete. I had choice of paying for 1 or 2 coats i chose 2 as i was covering up another color.

      Day of the work 8am 5 college guys showed up and started pressure washing vinyl siding and scraping house, i was a little surprised to see someone starting to paint as the rest of house was being scraped and pressure washed at the same time.  A few hours later i checked the trim on my back porch that was supposedly completed with 2 coats of paint and i noticed the old color still showing through and many parts that were not touched at all.  I showed the leader of the group the area and said i was not happy with the work and was a little concerned that  they were pressure washing and painting at the same time. He told me that they could not do 3 coats. I kinda wanted them to at least hit the areas they missed completely which they did eventually but was still shoddy work.  I also told the one in charge to be sure not to blast any water under my siding as it is an old house and do not want any damage done. He assured me they would not and later i checked and the pressure washer guy was blasting upward at the siding which is not good.  It should be straight on or blast the water downward to prevent water from getting under the siding. I was also very surprised that they were done painting 2 coats of paint on the trim and pressure washing entire house by 5 pm.  Overall i would say they are a hard working bunch of guys but unfortunately not trained painters by Sherwin Williams or in pressure washing and did a very poor job of painting and i will have to go over it again myself. Was very sloppy, paint on siding, door bell button, and door handle and that is just on the ground level that i can see. Also there is pieces of lead paint scraping on the ground i had to pick up myself.
    - russell e.
  • Exceptionally well!! We had to do time and material and that is always some risk with a new contractor. Throughout this reconstruction job, I could only think and quot;I am really getting my money's worthand quot;. Jeremy Lucia is competent, thorough, efficient, and cleans up to keep his workplace orderly. He and his helper work together as a fine team. Jeremy is excellent to work with and is trustworthy. The quality of my work at completion was excellent. For masonry, stone work, patios and the like, I would wait in line to get his services. Prior to engaging Lucia Masonry, I had two independent recommendations from folks in the construction business to seek out Jeremy Lucia for this (somewhat complex) job. His website at gives an indication of the breadth of his capabilities: http://www.luciamasonry.com/
    The price above covered both labor and materials.
    - James D.
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