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  • A
    ANK Construction Inc
    Working with ANK was a good experience when we built our home from ground up. Andrey scheduled all our contractors and got reasonable bids and guided us through the process. He was responsive throughout and took the time to answer all our newbie questions. Before this project we had worked with Andrey on a remodel for another house in Redmond. The price was reasonable and the project finished on time.
    - Geetika N.
  • A
    Innovative Kitchen & Bath
    We were very pleased from the initial design visit and work through the final result. They listened carefully to design decisions we had already made, made suggestions and explained pros and cons in detail, and helped the end result be even better. The project manager and contractors were all professional, easy and fun to work with. The quality of their work was excellent. Our job was a small bathroom gut/remodel and not super high-end, but we felt the quality of work and level of communication was the same we would have received on a much more expensive job. We are hiring IKB again to replace countertops and backsplash in our kitchen.
    - Thomas M.
  • A
    Kitchen Plus
    White glove treatment is the best way to describe how Kitchen's Plus handled my kitchen project. From my first meeting with the designer to my final punch list review everything went very well. No high pressure sales, quality products/materials, and fantastic attention to detail and commitment to customer service. My PM, Tim Burr, made sure I was taken care of every step of the way. Even coming out on a Saturday morning to deal with a small drip from the kitchen sink. Regarding commitment to excellence, the tile installer noticed small imperfections on the back splash tile. He would not install an inferior product and ordered all new tile. I plan on using Kitchen's Plus again when I get around to remodeling my bathroom.
    - Valorie R.
  • A
    Classic Remodeling NW Inc
    I am a repeat customer, so I knew the carpenter, Joe, coming in. I started by using their design contractor. I gave her the colors and ideas (beach theme, ceramic wood-look floor tiles), and she pulled the rest together. Invaluable because I can't trust my own taste. They removed a square shower in the corner and a set of shelves next to it, and glassed in that end of the room for a full shower. We put tile down along the whole room, with a recessed shower pan, and a linear drain against the wall. Joe built-in medicine cabinets, and trim all around the room, per my design pictures. The subs included a glass door guy, the plumber, the tiler, painter, and the countertop slab tiler. We also had some work done in our hallway. They removed the single boob light from the middle, and installed two recessed lights on either end, along with putting two switch boxes on either end of the hallway. Joe built a floor to ceiling cabinet in a 13��� dead space at the end of the hallway, which included a laundry hamper on tracks, cubbies, and shelves. And then on a whim, I asked to have our old hallway linen cupboard doors replaced to match the new ones. We had two leaks during and after, but one reason I would use them again, is how they handled both times. One was a leak from the plug on the toilet supply. We found it on a Saturday morning, and I ended up waking up our carpenter with my text. He came out and figured it out and fixed it by 1. The other one was after everything was done and cleaned up, and we had paid for everything. The basement bathroom ceiling, fan, and wall below the master was wet one day, and we realized a joint in the pipe from the master toilet to the stack was slowly dripping between the two rooms. I texted Joe again, and he referred me to our GC, who came out with a plumber and fixed it. They had to make a hole in the downstairs drywall, so he has been coming back regularly to put three layers of mud on the new drywall. I was so sure that they would regretfully find that it wasn't their fault and we would have to deal with the cost and bother of finding a plumber and carpenter. Start to finish, it took about four months, but three weeks of that was the initial tile order, and another three for an incorrect tile order.
    - JOELLE B.
  • A
    Manole Quality Construction LLC
    Emanuel���s work was excellent. The tiles look great and everything is level and square which is in contrast to what the original bathroom was like. He was prompt, professional and very clean and tidy and I would not hesitate to recommend him to anyone who wants a great quality tiling job completed.
    - Clare E.
  • A
    Soos Creek Woodworks
    We recently completed our kitchen remodel with Bryon and Lee of Soos Creek Woodworks. See my previous review, which I submitted recently for our bath/laundry/dressing room project. We did the kitchen a few months after the other project, which brings me to my first point about Bryon and Lee: Flexibility. We'd originally planned to do the kitchen first and then the bath/laundry/dressing room. However, our plans for the kitchen lagged so we switched them, which was no problem for Bryon and Lee. They also went out of their way to accommodate a break for us between projects, which we really appreciated. They finsished the first one in March, packed up, did another job they had pending a little bit earlier, and came back in July for the kitchen. Our kitchen was a full blown, down to the studs remodel. Bryon and Lee handled everything except the countertops, wood floors, and painting the cabinets. Cabinets were all custom built by Bryon and Lee in their workshop with lots of extras like soft close and plenty of rollouts. We added lots of things during the project such as fixing a pocket door that didn't work right, moving a duct, finishing some wood french doors we had installed, fixing up a ceiling in an adjacent room, and a whole bunch of finish carpentry. As with our last project, Bryon is just a fair guy who won't take advantage of you, just wants to do it right, and have you be happy with the result. Bryon and Lee went out of their way to accommodate schedules with other contractors we had in for the project, as the wood floor, countertops, and cabinet painting are best left to specialists. You'd think that after 3 months (and 2 months for the previous project) we'd be sick of these guys but we never really got there with Bryon and Lee. They're personable, honest guys doing great work and we sort of miss them. Hopefully they'll stop by to say hi one of these days...
    - Jason S.
  • A
    Manole Quality Construction LLC
    I was in need of a remodel of my bathroom, after my previous installer only a year earlier installed, but with poor quality. Because there was water damage under tiles and subfloor. I asked for an estimate, and when ES quality gave me there bid, it was the most reasonable and within our time/financial budget. The remodel went fast and clean. We were amazed at the level of attention and craftsmanship. We were very impressed of his punctuality. And time and how he kept his word,constantly updating us of project progress. Our feeling was that we were in one of those shows were you have a before and after. And we won the lottery for this remodel. Amazing.
    - Alin R.
  • A
    Seattle Paint & Design
    Great marriage (literally) of both MaryAnn's skills in design and Jeremy's execution. MaryAnn was very attentive in the planning portion, visiting several times to give me ideas on how to renovate both bathrooms, and to guide me in options for my design choices for vanities, tubs, showers, etc. pointing out where I needed to spend more on quality and where I could save in other areas. MaryAnn was very respectful of my decision to spend some of my own time to do research and purchasing my own items. SPD was very flexible, since I delayed my project several times, they began work on June 2018 on the master bath and finished within reasonable time given the setbacks and additional scope I added along the way (requesting to close off an exterior window to extend the footprint of my bathroom to use a "hallway" area - hard to explain). After that was completed, they began working on my lower bathroom which is, at the time I'm writing this, at the midpoint of completion. All is looking good besides a few hiccups that were not not related to SPD. Additional points: RESPONSIVENESS: very good COST: Estimate was a fair range. Ended up going overbudget due to materials and additions to the original plan and "surprise" odd plumbing behind my walls that needed attention. INVOICING: I appreciate the weekly invoicing that is very transparent. QUALITY: I would score 97% perfect. If I'm being nitpicky, there were alignment issues with the shower fixtures but nothing that couldn't be adjusted later.
    - gail g.
  • A
    Soos Creek Woodworks
    It went great. This was the 2nd project we hired Bryon and Lee for. They remodeled our kitchen at our old house 5 years ago. Bryon is a master of all trades and handled everything except countertops and painting of laundry cabinets for us. He built beautiful custom walnut cabinetry for our bathroom and dressing room. He also built custom paint grade cabinetry for our laundry room, which we had professionally painted. Tile, faucets, shower, etc., are all in their wheel house. Things we like best about Bryon are: 1) He is extremely conscientious and very concerned with doing things correctly. 2) Broad skill set 3) Patience. My wife and I are collectively not the easiest customers but Bryon and Lee just keep calm and carry on while doing everything we ask through the inevitable stresses of remodeling. 4) Fair. Things came up during our project where Bryon could have really taken advantage of us. However, it is not part of his character to do so and when scope changed/increased he always made it extremely fair and economical. 5) Flexible. We discovered that our bathtub, which took 9 weeks to obtain, was smashed to bits when Bryon and Lee unpacked it. The guys found a way to keep going on other aspects of the project and took a few days off while we waited for the emergency replacement. I really appreciate that they didn't pack up and leave for another job. In short, if you are looking for true professional remodelers who care about their results and will do almost anything to make your project a success, you need not look further than Bryon and Lee @ Soos Creek Woodworks.
    - Jason S.
  • D
    American Home Remodeling
    I wish our experience was like the 8 other reviews. They were so overbooked they didn't have experienced workers to do our project, despite arranging a date months ahead of time to ensure there was enough time to schedule our work. Their inexperienced workers and sub-contractors caused many delays due to rework and wait times to reorder replacement items. There weren't many areas that were not affected, we had quality issues with wallboard install and finish, painting, plumbing installation including a water leak into the laundry room that we had to clean up ourselves, finish molding, clean up or lack of, appliance installation, ceiling electrical installed without a plan provided. We had to finally tell AHR to only send workers that knew more than we do about construction. We have always done our own home improvements and maintenance. we thought we'd treat ourselves by hiring pros to do our kitchen. What a disappointment. We are in our early 70's, I had a hip replacement and my husband knee surgery earlier in the year, which determined our project dates. Positive highlights were the floor installation, the installer was meticulous and obviously proud of his work, electricians were great despite the damage to our central vacuum wiring that took us 8 hours to track down and repair, counter top installation despite not getting the edge we selected. Our project dates were to be May 1st to June 8th. There were no change orders on our project. In mid-July we had a crew in to complete the finish molding and many other punch list items. Kitchen was mostly usable, but still not completely finished. I am not including additional delays due to replacement of 19 drawer fronts on our shaker cabinets that came with vertical instead of horizontal grain wood. The cabinet company did not publish any information on their non-standard drawer front grain. Distributor and contractor were not aware of this. In August we were winding down, the company came to negotiate a final payment amount. They wanted to close it out and discounted for the work that wasn't complete. On final payment day, they tried to convince us that the project just had "normal" construction delays and that they "gave" us money back. "Gave" us money on items they didn't want to bother with, that we have to do ourselves or hire someone to do. I do not feel I was given anything. Delays were the fault of their own workers. If you do hire them, I suggest adding a penalty clause for non-completion by due date. Make sure you are on site when workers are present. For instance, my husband had to point out they hadn't installed bracing for ceiling mount cabinets while they were closing up the ceiling, they had to remove part of the wall board and replace after the bracing was installed. This is my short version of a review. I had written a line item by line item list of all issues, but it was too long. If you would like a copy, or need more information, contact me at
    - S F.
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