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Home Builder reviews in Kenmore

  • A
    Rain City Home Northwest
    Brian was right there to give us his advice and fixed it just as he explained. Was prompt, returned our calls and most important, did exactly what he said he would do under cost. Who does that? Thank you Brian for your service. I know it wasn't a huge job for you and your attention to us was very professional.
    - Kari M.
  • A
    Phoenix Construction Inc
    We had a dysfunctional kitchen that hadn't been updated since the mid 1960's. The space was awkward, divided in two parts, little main kitchen and a back porch storage area. The space was boxed in, cut off from the adjacent family room and dining room. There were two hot water heaters in the house and garage, the kitchen unit had been in place since the 1960s remodel. We did a complete teardown of the kitchen, gutting the space down to weird things we found under the floor. We also addressed issues in the family room. It started as a carport, then became a garage. In the 1960s the previous owners built a new garage and turned the old one into the family room. Everything needed to be opened up so the kitchen related to the rest of the house.
    The design process was collaborative. They've remodeled a lot of kitchens, the suggestions of Phoenix and its subs were welcome and helpful. I did a lot of and quot;mentaland quot; cooking and had my own ideas of what had to happen in the kitchen and how much counter and peninsula space we'd need (I recommend this approach). The end design really works.
    The original estimate was a surprise but when we looked at the breakdown George (Piano, owner) provided, every task was described and the price per task reasonable. Ultimately, we decided to spend even more and take care of upgrades to the electrical, brought our heating system up to code, wall ceiling and floor insulation was strengthened, floors refinished, etc. I work from home so the remodel would have to include me being on the premises many weekdays. I worried about that but it turned out not to be a problem. I didn't mention that we did the remodel in winter; some days were at or below freezing.
    At the outset I want to say that Phoenix and subs cleaned up every night. They installed large plastic sheets with zippers (to get in and out of the construction zone) to keep dust and debris contained. We had a job captain who visited or worked pretty much daily on site. The contractors and all subs showed up on time every day they were scheduled. I would use any of them again and have recommended the subs to friends looking for electricians and plumbers. During the remodel every question and issue was dealt with that day or the next. Permitting and inspections went well, no delays. If systems needed to be shut off, they gave me notice and made sure the basics��� gas, water and heat were running at the end of the construction day. One night a member of the crew returned two hours after the end of the day to be sure the house had heated up. We never felt like we were living in a construction zone, the rest of the house worked as usual. Our and quot;field kitchenand quot; was located in the dining room: microwave, electric frying pan, dishes, etc. We didn't have dust so we could cook every night.
    Every task was completed at or below the estimate. Billing was comprehensive and happened as agreed, in stages as the job progressed. Billing questions were answered promptly, most were answered before we asked.
    The end result was spectacular. The finishes are top quality. We never prepare guests who knew our old kitchen for the change. It's a lot more fun to see the reaction when they come around the corner and behold the end result.
    - TERI H.
  • F
    JOHN F BUCHAN HOMES
    They were contacted in writing with photos. Response, "you are not the original owners. They have 6 years to contact us on this matter. Once the home is "signed off" by inspection, we are longer responsible". We will also write about the Inspection Report too.
    - Catherine A.
  • A
    Rain City Home Northwest
    Brian was very accommodating, professional and did a great job. I'll definitely higher again and refer.
    - Glenn A.
  • A
    Custom Builders Inc
    Everything turned out jbetter than we expected.
    - Wade B.
  • A
    Pratt Construction
    unknown
    - Leland O.
  • A
    LZL Construction Inc
    It went perfectly!
    - Sonja S.
  • A
    Evans Carpentry & Home Improvement
    He was professional, precise and he did a good job.
    - xerxes s.
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