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  • We hired Nordic Services to restore our townhouse after extensive water damage. This involved drywall repair, plumbing, flooring and tilework, along with finish carpentry. Both my husband and I were so impressed with the professionalism and quality of workmanship Nordic provided. Every detail was attended to and followed up on to ensure our satisfaction. We would wholeheartedly recommend Nordic to anyone needing a restoration or remodel.
    - Jana S.
  • This is the second time we have used Conard construction for a house project. Gary and sons were fantastic and meticulous in their work. They take great care in the quality of product they use and the work that they do. We will definately be hiring them again for our future house projects.
    - Rosa W.
  • David Hoblea (owner) and his team at IRC completed a remodel of our master suite (bath and bedroom) and nearby powder room in summer 2017. IRC is by far the best contractor that we have ever worked with, and we have done a lot of remodeling. David was responsive and clear in his communication all through the project. His dedication to quality is paramount, and really put our minds at ease in how his team planned and executed the project. We are thrilled with the result, and never would have been able to accomplish such a successful project without IRC.
    - cynthia C.
  • My wife and I decided to have a contractor remodel our rather large master bathroom. We interviewed about 12 contractors in June 2017 looking for a contractor that could do the job between September 11th and November 6th, 2017 who had good reviews. My daughter was expecting our 2nd grandbaby and we were providing daycare to our 3 year old granddaughter with plans of providing daycare to both her and the new baby grandson starting on November 6th once our daughter’s family leave expired and she resume her work schedule. Note: I don’t name companies or give reviews on companies that I don’t actually do business with. From the first meeting in talking with Vic Johnson of Johnson and Sons Construction, Edmonds, WA, we hit it off real good. Vic was very professional and met with us multiple times and we had multiple phone conversations to both ensure our selections were ironed out and that actual costs were identified. Our time frame was going to work for him as well. Vic was very helpful as we made our selections for everything, A to Z. We worked **** ** our selections but without Vic’s knowledge of current products and materials we would not have had such a good outcome. When the work was to start, Vic and his team showed up at exactly 8:00AM on September 11th (as they did most days) and introduced us to John and Tony who do the work. I have worked with other contractors who seem to work on other jobs while yours is left hanging – that didn’t happen. John and Tony worked full days Monday through Friday for just over 4 weeks until our project was substantially complete. We had some short waiting periods for sub contractors who were real plumbers, real electricians, and a real roofer. We waited cabinet parts, and high-quality shower door glass to arrive, but it was all ordered well in advance. There was about a 2-week period where not much was going on and we were waiting for the quartz company, doors and moldings to arrive, shower door glass. Vic took care of submitting plans for obtaining the proper permits, etc. I’m old, so admittedly, I had some sticker shock at the costs of doing such a project, but Vic was real kind and patient with me. This was a complete reconfiguration of our original floor plan, so electrical, plumbing, and structural elements had complete changes. We had two surprises to no fault of our contractor. We got the wrong size rollout from the cabinet company for under the sink on one side of our vanity and the door company who was providing doors, jambs, and moldings to be an exact match to our cabinets overlooked including the door jamb wood to our pocket door and our closet door. Vic gave us a choice of just waiting for the door company to provide the exact woods or if we could work together to finish some wood quickly to match. We did a real good job coming close the first time, but Vic insisted that it had to be exact. Vic came through with all new wood and much to our amazement we had an exact color match and the project was completed on time with perfect results. We love our newly remodeled bathroom. I come from a life long career in maintenance and construction. So, I’m used to dealing with contractors & skilled craftsmen and I can tell you that it just doesn’t get any better than this. I cannot say enough good about John and Tony’s workmanship. John was the Leadsperson on the project and he is very methodical and measured and planned every cut to come out exact. I highly recommend Johnson and Sons Construction…
    - John B.
  • Ray gave us a thorough pre-inspection and we knew exactly what we were going to get. He started the project on time and kept going until it was completed. Extremely happy with the quality of the results! I would highly recommend him to anyone.
    - Julia M.
  • Excellent. Edwin was acting foreman for all the projects. He along with his assistant handymen, Mario, did a superb job painting most of the interior rooms and removing popcorn from three of our bedrooms. They were professional, efficient, courteous, good-humored and fair in their pricing--even to the point of allowing us to assist in order to defray some of the expense. Their co-worker Denis later took charge of installing sheet rock in our unfinished garage and in other open spaces in the basement, installing two garage-door openers and cutting and removing concrete in our basement bathroom. The latter was part of a re-modal. Denis too worked tirelessly to get the job done professionally and in a timely fashion. I can't praise these guys enough. My wife and I will gladly continue to hire All Cities Painting for future projects.
    - Marco D.
  • The short version: We are absolutely delighted with the finished product. Eric met or exceeded our expectations every step of the way. I would highly recommend him for any remodel work. I would re-hire him again for future work in a heartbeat. The long version: Eric started by quoting our job honestly and accurately. The bathroom in question is large and the scope of the work we had envisaged didn't match our budget to start with. He was honest and frank about that and we appreciated that level of integrity and adjusted our budget accordingly. Eric completed the demo work with very little mess or disruption, in fact I can't believe how little mess there was since he tore out the entirety of a 20 year old master bath. Once the remodel itself started, it became clear that his craftsmanship is second to none - every detail is taken care of in a smart and sensible manner. He is also able to bridge the gap between design and implementation very expertly - using his experience to suggest design improvements as the project moves from concept to reality. He is very responsive to changes to the scope of work that happen naturally as a project progresses and prices changes very competitively. He was able to do everything in our bathroom except plumbing, electrical and glass work (which he subs out to highly qualified sub-contractors) and because he's doing most of the work the finished product is consistent, high-quality, polished and seamless. My final comment speaks to the pride he takes in his work - you can clearly see it in every grout line, every brush stroke. He also happens to be a super-nice guy - we were out of town for a considerable portion of our project and I felt totally comfortable leaving him alone in our home. Before and after photos included in this review.
    - Paul H.
  • In a word: Poorly. Paint: Bare spots in bathrooms, they had to come back and redo a closet they missed. They also were highly motivated to paint the house in January (it had been raining for weeks, and was ~40 degrees outside) Drywall: Texture was left on the windows and had to be scraped off, there were nail holes in the (new) kitchen and dining room ceiling that were never explained (and poorly patched) Structure: I have deck post bases that are held on by one screw. The hole they drilled in the concrete directly adjacent to them? Never used, never filled. Plumbing: I have a (new) 4" abs drain line going through an area I'd been hoping to turn into a bathroom. They worked on and spliced into the 4" cast iron stack, brown fluid leaked from the joint until I called their attention to it. Their first attempt at replacing my sump pump had it dumping water right outside the exterior wall of my basement. Roofing: They tore off the roof (without pulling the required permit), and put down new shingles and underlayment. As of early January: we were missing a few ridge shingles, leaving an opening into the attic space, and my inspector found other shingles had been pressed into service as ridge shingles. Concrete: They mis-poured two footings on the first go. (The first stair for both entryways was not the same height as the rest). The deck footing was poured on disturbed soil (my stairs slope in two different directions) One footing was poured directly onto the foundation drainboard, and onto the lowest riser for the stairs (which will rot, and need to be replaced within a few years) Framing: My pocket doors almost fit within their pockets. (one's missing an offset, the other was mis-hung twice and still scrapes on the frame. The frames for the pocket doors "float" and are not secured to the floor. The new exterior door had light shining around it, and the new (preframed) interior door is neither plumb, nor does it open smoothly. (It catches on the carpet, right where it caught on the subflooring before the carpet was installed) Finishes: The window trim sitting in front of me goes from 2 1/2" to 1 1/2", and conflicts with the (newly framed) pocket door/wall. There is a floor grate installed our dining room that leads to the outside (it's been stuffed with fiberglass batting to keep the drafts out). We'd completely replaced the flooring in the house, and no longer have forced-air (a mini-split was installed). To date, I have not gotten an answer as to why they felt the new linoleum needed to be cut into so a (legacy) floor register could be retained there. Exterior flashing needed to be replaced, as the (new clapboard) siding drained water behind the lower siding and the sheathing. One of the gutters sends water rushing towards the house for some reason. Their billing procedures are opaque, their costs are not broken down by category (hours, materials, etc). To their credit, they did itemize the ($300) cost for the (code-required) hand rails they retrofitted onto the porch they'd... already... completed. They mis-installed the range hood. Twice. The communication is fantastic.... when you owe them money, or are possibly sending them business. It's non-existent when you have a question, or are trying to get them to do something. (Photo-documentation of the work being done was promised to us multiple times. To date, we've not received it.)
    - Sean M.
  • This company performed the worst work I have ever seen. There were paint drips, uneven paint, they used a combo of flat and high gloss on the moldings--total disaster, nail holes left in the moldings, paint and grout everywhere, including splashed up the walls. The tub wasn't grouted properly, grout all over the tiles, things left unpainted, dents in walls, caulking globs everywhere, the moldings mis-aligned and I could go on. They left a complete mess and then wanted payment. When I told them the work was sloppy and unprofessional, and I wanted it fixed, it took them 2.5 months to come back and still they left everything a disaster. It unfinished and I wasn't happy with the work, and they'd hardly addressed any of the issues. When I complained, the carpenter compared me to a nazi and the owner walked me through my house and told me my house was finished terribly so that it didn't matter what they did as it was still better than what I had. Not only was this untrue, but they should have done a professional job no matter what my house looked like. He told me it was the best they could do and he was finished with my home. I am left with a major mess and to pay someone else to clean up their disaster.
    - Jill C.
  • Jim and his crew did an excellent job. Quality and safety were Jim's main priorities in addition to assisting us with getting the most value during all phases of work being done. The scope of our project grew tremendously and Jim was gracious enough to work through every additional need through to completion. Jim had a solution for every issue we encountered! Jim is down to earth, professional and extremely knowledgeable in all phases of construction. . He assisted us in areas that we were completely uninformed about. We highly recommend Makay Construction and would hire again in a heartbeat!
    - Cleofitas M S.
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