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  • A
    Simon's Construction Services
    Simon and his crew were very professional and hard workers. The job was over 200,000 dollars and was done in a very timely manner for the amount of work that they performed. We are very happy with the outcome. Simon is very honorable and ethical. He truly wants to do everything to please you and your vision and have the best outcome. He's also a wonderful guitar player and you get a free show when he is at your home. I would truly recommend him for any job small or as large as ours
    - Tonia W.
  • F
    Simon's Construction Services
    The "Big deal" included contractor drawings, which was one of the main reasons I went with him. I'm extremely disappointed and frustrated. I've been more than patient with his continued "misunderstandings" on what it was that I wanted and the length of time it has taken (purchased on 11/23/14). ��He read my first review (this is the edited version) and put a response on his "side" that was extremely upsetting. ��Here is his response and my response in BOLD:

    Thank you for letting us know how you feel. Please remember we took no money from you for any of this. Here's my side of the story: Originally you paid $49 to Angie's list (not to me) for "The Big Deal" for a kitchen remodel. (It was for a BATHROOM remodel!) (I can refund that). Upon arriving at your house and meeting you and your husband, in conversation you said you were more interested in several other remodel items, ( I did tell him of other jobs in conversation as he was there for the bathroom remodel (just moved into my home and we are remodeling etc. many areas). ��I told him several times that he was there for the bathroom as I wanted to make sure that there were no misunderstandings. ��Again I got the "big deal" in order to get the drawings as this was something offered not by other deals. A drawing obviously would not be included on any other remodeling jobs we may have agreed to in addition��to the bathroom).��including basement windows and exterior walk up - and also an enlarged basement bathroom. I told you this might not be straightforward and we wouldn't have the computerized drawings (that easily are accomplished by our kitchen cabinet company). (He did say he could get me drawings of the bathroom but it wouldn't be the same as a kitchen remodel. Why isn't this clear on Angie's list??)��You said the priority was the exterior walk up several times. (HMMM... I did say I wanted it done as we we are remodeling and moving master bedroom to basement, hence the need for bathroom expansion! ��Again, I made it VERY clear his priority was to the bathroom. ��I know I made it clear as it was a fear of mine that he would only do the basement easement and forget about the bathroom and drawings. ��This fear was due to the fact that he did not spend much time on��reviewing the existing bathroom, and did not even take��measurements!)��My concrete subcontractor and I had at least four visits (He and the subcontractor came out one time, and he himself came out two additional times.....)�� to your house discussing the scope and location of the work, and you changed it at least twice, (the second time he came out was to review again the easement windows and door area and to take measurements as he didn't previously.... )��including one place where it would have been impossible to get our digging machines in. (I told him about two areas that the basement door could go... one I would like more than the other but not knowing if possible... I am not a contractor so how would I know that machines would or would not fit? FYI I have received from 2 other businesses an estimate to do the door no problems. I did change what we would do for the easement job as he told me that it��could not be done where I wanted it so I had to change the windows that would have been replaced help be conducive to the��limitations).��The drawings of the walk up were not completed because there are still questions about the location and plumbing pipes hidden in the ground etc. (Huh? Thought it��couldn't be done??? Also, I gave him $15.00 to have the lines spray painted) You had begun doing some of the demolition work yourself on the inside of the house which caused us some concern as to how well we could together. (WHAT? The demolition was removal of drywall in a basement room due to a leak!! This had NOTHING to do with the work he would do! ALSO I did ask about what there was that we could do to help with the cost of both jobs, including possibly digging the dirt, and he did not mention that it would be a problem).��We gave you two bids on two versions of the job,with the discount, and also gave an estimate on the enlarged bathroom. ( Yes, the first estimate, which did include the basement door???? AFTER he said that it could not be done... so I pointed it out and that is why��another estimate was done that was wrong as well!! This is after repeating to him several times as he didn't seem to get it! How��hard is it... 4 total easement windows to be replaced??? When he��came to the house I had to go over again what it was that was needed to be done in the bathroom, it was then that he��actually took measurements for the bathroom!! The bathroom estimate included things like new toilet and movement...which the original was staying and not being moved and a new door, which I told him I wanted to use the existing door so all doors would match...and to save money. This was only a few issues i had with this estimate. ��ALSO, a drawing was not given. ��After asking where the drawing was he told me that he could draw something up but the kitchen remodels is where he gives the drawing. ��This was where I felt I had been more than patient and this was more hassle then I wanted to deal with, can't imagine him actually doing the work and what issues would arise!!! FYI all these conversations can be backed up with not only my husband but my 21 year old daughter as they were there as well). Cordially, and sincerely wishing you all the best, Simon Estimated cost: 24000.0
    - michael f.
  • A
    Precise Construction & Design Inc
    We built a very small mother-in-law type addition to our home and I hired Chris Rizzi to design, build and install kitchen and bath cabinets and counter tops.  Chris was amazing in that he came up with a lot more cabinet space than we thought possible, considering the tiny area he had to work with.  His son, who works with him, is a master at staining and completing the finish work.  He also tiled the back splash area behind the sink and attached eating area.  In addition, we asked Chris if they could cover two wood columns that went from floor to ceiling and were located near the kitchen, plus add a decorative railing across the open area near the stairs.  We wanted them built out of the same wood and stain to match the kitchen cabinets.  
    During the construction stage we visited his workshop and were shown the many different machines he uses, and he explained how our cabinets were made.  His shop is immaculate and we were extremely impressed with it.  The end result of the project is beautiful and we are very pleased with it.
    Chris and his son are true professionals and craftsmen, and very pleasant and easy to work with.  We enthusiastically recommend them.
    - Carla D.
  • A
    Simon's Construction Services
    Simon Way, the general contractor, was great to work with.  He kept me informed of what needed to be done throughout the project and hired sub-contractors (electrician and plumbers) who did a wonderful job.  They just came in, did what was needed and left.  They didn't leave a big mess for me to clean up either.  The whole project was pretty much handled by Fred Stevens, the finish carpenter.  I can't say enough good things about Fred, except that he knows what he's doing, is a perfectionist with his work and a real craftsman.  All the people I came into contact with were very pleasant and professional, and I highly recommend SCS Contracting.
    The work went very smoothly considering several problems they encountered:  the wrong type of sub-floor material had been installed, lights in the bathroom weren't a suitable type, trim around kitchen fluorescent light box needed to be made, new doors and frames to replace existing ones were a slightly different size than the cut out space available, plumbing and faucet in one room in the garage present a challenge to use existing materials.
    There was a lot of work involved with both the remodeling and completing the new construction work that was never finished.  The project took longer than any of us anticipated but the end result is outstanding.

    - Carla D.
  • B
    Above All Contracting

    The finished product looks great, but it took much longer than expected. There were some unavoidable issues, but it took about 2.5 months instead of 1. Steven and his crew(s) were great to work with, but communication could have been better. There were many times we thought a piece of the project would be completed on a certain day only to find no one even came to work on it until three days later. We should have asked more specific questions, and they could have provided more insight into their schedule as well. I will say that we had company coming at that original 1 month deadline and the only place for them to stay was in the basement. Steven made sure the floor was laid and the toilet and sink were functioning in the bathroom, and the doors were hung - although without any knobs or locks. They knew we needed at least that amount done and they made it happen, but the overall project went no where near the way we had planned. Their estimate came in right where expected so that was nice - no surprises at the end. Now that it is done it looks great, and we are very happy with the finished project.

    - Melissa M.
  • D
    Handyman Connection - Spokane
    Nice people but quality of work varies widely anda ttention to detail is definitely lacking.  The price sounded fair until I saw the work that was being done and saw the overall end result of some of the projects.  Overall quality of work was an issue, some of the work performed was unexcuseable, clean up was lacking depending on the worker, etc.

    I would look at and consider other alternatives if/when I need additional work done.
    - K Z.
  • A
    Gold Seal Plumbing
    They did a great work.  We had one problem in that the shower base in one of hte bathrooms was defective and caused a pool of water.  It was not found until after the tilers had finished the shower.  Gold Seal replaced and repaired the shower base and the shower at their cost to make sure we were happy.  In another case, another tradesperson sawed thorugh a pipe and caused a flood of a lower floor.  Gold Seal was not scheduled in our home that day but dropped what they were doing and fixed the pipe, so we could have our water turned back on.
    - Tom L.
  • A
    Above All Contracting
    It went very well.
    - Tanaquil G.
  • A
    Above All Contracting
    Great, would hire again
    - Michael M.
  • A
    Simon's Construction Services
    The installer was here on Monday as promised and did a beautiful job of installing the railings.
    - Gloria R.
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