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  • Not only where they extremely responsive they are also very good to work with. The plan changed a few times to keep things in line with code but they were very flexible during the whole process. I especially appreciate the understanding of a client sensitive situation and the care they took to ensure everyone was at ease. I would certainly recommend them.
    - Monica M.
  • TS is THE BEST. They work hard, fast. So friendly, and always with a chipper positive attitude. The quality of their work is honestly TOP SHELF. TS is 100% HONEST. I would only seek help elsewhere if TS was not available. But i don't because i would rather wait for when TS is available.
    - Frank D.
  • Mark did a fantastic job, paying close attention to details, cost and our living comfort.  He was so dependable, honest and hard working.  All of his sub-contractors were top quality and always there when needed.  The total job came in under Mark's estimate.  We are in our late 70's  and our house is 49 years old and Mark made sure things were right right from the start.  A port-a-potty was put outside for contractors use, a temporary wall was installed to the back of the house where we were staying so we had privacy and to keep the dirt down. He made sure things were cleaned up every night, that we had  a way to prepare food, using a microwave set on our table.  The job entailed taking down part of a major wall between our kitchen and living room, totally gutting the kitchen; walls, cabinets, counter-tops.  A supporting beam was installed, new insulation and walls were installed, old kitchen window removed and a new one put in in a different area.  He relocated  the gas stove, putting in a new microwave with an outside fan, installing new cabinets, ripping up the old kitchen linoleum and installing hardwood, putting slate floors in the entrance areas, putting up crown molding in the living room and around the kitchen cabinets, painting walls, rewiring the entire kitchen, installing new lighting.   As he did the work and saw things that needed  to be strengthened or fixed, he did them.  Mark and his helper, Allen were always on time and worked hard all day.  Whenever questions or concerns came up they were addressed and worked out to everyone's satisfaction.  Mark was considerate of our needs and always available to answer any questions or concerns.  All the sub-contractors Mark hired were non-smokers, did not use foul language and were a joy to have in our home, including Mark himself.  Everything was completed in a timely manor.  We absolutely love our new space.  We have more work that we need done and Tongue & Grove Carpentry will be our Number One choice.  We would recommend Tongue & Groove Carpentry 100%.  He is worth waiting for to get him to do work for you.
    - Ruth W.
  • I truly believe that Mark is an angel, sent to perform a miracle for my family.
    My husband Tom crashed during a ski run last Sunday 12/29/2013. He sustained a badly fractured leg as well as fractured shoulder, so he could not use crutches. He had leg surgery in Morrisville and was released Friday 1/3/2014, confined to a wheelchair. Although the home medical supply company had brought a portable metal ramp, it was unusable at only 6 foot , very slippery, and at much too steep an angle for me to push him alone.(My husband is not large, only 165 pounds, I am petite but athletic). That first night we had to call the South Burlington Fire Department to help--it took 3 strong firefighters to get him up that metal ramp. We were grateful for that service but knew we would need another solution to take Tom back to his first checkup with the surgeon, scheduled for 1/7.
    The next morning, Saturday 1/4, my mother-in-law made some calls on Angie's List while I cared for my husband. After several  calls, leaving messages for other contractors, she called Mark and reached him. She explained our situation and the urgency of having a wheelchair ramp built by Tuesday.  He clearly understood and came to assess the situation by 11:00 am. I had a drawing of a  ramp design from a carpenter family member, which he looked at, but also made his own careful measurements and described a similar design. He was on the phone ordering lumber as soon as I agreed to have him perform the work. He gave me a verbal quote for about $800 and some possible variables which may have added to the cost (such as handrails and non-skid strips).  His plan was to obtain the materials and return on Sunday, 1/5, at 8:00 am to complete the entire project in that day. He asked only for me tho clear the garage as much as possible for him to have room to work.
    At 7:45 Sunday morning, Mark pulled his lumber-stacked rig into our driveway, popped his head in the door, and set to work. He worked non stop until about 1:00 pm, when he asked me to test the ramp. My husband was with the home health nurse, so Mark and I tested the ramp with the wheelchair empty, then with a few items to simulate Tom's weight (two 70 lb sandbags and a giant container of dry dog food). He worked on shaping some wood pieces for the wheelchair to roll over the base of the door into the garage and the bottom of the ramp. He finished with the guide rails along the edges of the ramp and diagonal non-skid strips along the entire 22 foot ramp.  By about 3:15 pm, he was done.  Before he left, we were able to truly test the ramp with Tom in the wheelchair and me pushing. It worked perfectly and we were extremely relieved to have it completed in such an amazingly timely manner!!
     In his design, Mark also made  helpful choices for us. Since Tom will eventually be back on his feet and out of the chair (3 months or so), Mark used all screws so the ramp can be more easily disassembled. He also told me to call if there were any needed repairs, such as the nonskid strips needing staples (they seem to be holding quite securely now).
    We are extremely grateful that Mark was able to help us. His responsiveness, quick planning and professionalism are outstanding, and I would be very happy to use him again (but hopefully, next time in less dire circumstances!!).
    - Elizabeth H.
  • Mark was on time and curteous. He gave me information to make an informed decision. He mostly talked me out of doing work. 
    and helped to understand the cost vs. benefits, long term, of the work I wanted done.
    - Michelle P.
  • Service was performed exactly as requested.  A month later, our insurance company complained about several rough shingles around the chimney flashing.  Alen sent out two roofers on a weekend and replaced those shingles without further expense.  
    A+++++ rating!
    - Richard W.
  • They never called me or emailed me,
    - Lee T.
  • It was great! Todd and Luke are awesome. Efficient, honest and friendly. We will definitely be working with them again! Highly recommended.
    - Jennifer K.
  • Went well. Samir is artistic, does solid work and enjoys his craft
    - Hugh H.
  • Mark is punctual, professional and extremely responsible. His prices are reasonable based on other quotes we received for our first project. We are extremely satisfied with the work done.
    - Amanda H.
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