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    Black Sheep Electric
    It took perseverance on his part and mine to get the right down rod and ceiling adaptor, but in the end it was great! He was always on time, or called when scheduling was pushing him back. Great journeyman electrician!
    - John H.
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    Black Sheep Electric
    They showed up on time, installed the fan without any problems; they were courteous, and said that the company would send me the bill, but stated that it would be what Mark stated it would be. Very good service!
    - Art C.
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    Black Sheep Electric
    Black sheep electrical did a stellar job to my complete satisfaction. They were professional yet very approachable and friendly. They scheduled me quickly...as they knew the electrical work was holding up my other home renovation projects. I was impressed with their quick turnaround time and communication. The work itself was fantastic, better than we discussed and came in at the bid amount with no overages. I highly recommend them and know going forward to call them before seeking other electricians!
    - Patrick C.
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    Simon's Construction Services
    Great! James is a true craftsman and very detail oriented. Both James and Joel were respectful of me and my home - keeping it clean, draping the work areas and protecting the floors. When I wanted additional work done, Simon was quick to respond and made sure I understood the impact on timing and budget. Best of all, I love my updated bathrooms and entry.
    - Lorri S.
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    Simon's Construction Services
    Progress was very efficient, notifications from contractor excellent, completion time line on track, overall VERY IMPRESSED!!!! I will be hiring them again to do additional work next spring on the other side of the duplex!!!!
    - Jerry M.
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    Simon's Construction Services
    February 2011, I decided it was time to replace the tile around the tub in our main bathroom (I had never done a project like this). Once I had the tile removed from one end wall, I realized this was going to be more than I bargained for. Plus, we saw the tub should be replaced; as well as the flooring; and the toilet. Thirteen months later (my wife is very patient with me), we began getting bids to complete (do) the job. When Simon, of SCS Contracting, came by to give a bid, we were very comfortable with his demeanor. He looked at things; listened to what we said; and made suggestions, but didn't try to push us to anything. He gave us the options, but left the choices up to us. When we called for the bid, we asked for tub replacement; tile/tub surround installation; toilet replacement; ventilation fan installation; and new flooring. As a "if the budget could handle it", we also asked what the cost would be to replace the vanity top and back splash; sink; and paint the bathroom. Simon gave us a rough estimate we were pleased with; and set up a time for us to meet him at The Home Depot to make our choices for materials, so he could give us a complete estimate. His suggestions here were, again, very welcome and not pushed. It took us about an hour on a Friday evening to make enough choices to get the project going (a couple of things, we could decide as the project progressed). Less than two weeks (work days were Monday through Friday) from this visit to The Home Depot, we had a finished bathroom. We ended up getting the bath tub replaced; a tub surround installed; new shower fixtures; glass tub doors installed; flooring replaced (including sub-flooring, as needed); toilet replaced; sink and faucet replaced; vanity top replaced; back splash tiled; ventilation fan installed; and painting done. And it looks fantastic!!! At the end of each work day, everything was cleaned up and we didn't have to negotiate our way around a "construction" zone. And, a big plus, we were never without the use of a toilet or sink in that bathroom during the project! We have a second bathroom in need of a "total makeover", and are looking forward to giving SCS Contracting another job in a few months.
    - Mike M.
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    Above All Contracting
    Great in all respects. Extremely professional work by Steve Filenko and his team. Kept the house very clean during work. Will definitely seek their help for other tasks in the future.
    - Gary C.
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    Above All Contracting
    Steven and his crew are a family run business and they are very talented at what they do.  Their quality of work is amazing.  They want their customers to be pleased and happy with the results.   The first bathroom needed so much repair.  There had been previous water damage from when the previous owners who owned our home to the drywall and in the shower stall.  The bathroom was completely gutted out prior to the start of Steven's crew coming in & new blue board was hung.  Steven's crew replaced the damaged studs in the shower.  The old pan was removed which was fiberglass and replaced with a dry-pack liner, drain, & curb and then tile which looked so much better and gave a solid base to stand on.  The previous shower door never shut properly and the new door had nice features such as opening in or out ,  Easy Clean on the inside of the glass, and a strong handle for gripping. The new valve was a nice addition with one pull handle & a shower head that had several choices on water spray.  I found I needed one with a better turn radius for both short and tall people.  We went with all Moen products in the shower area.  The bathroom is small so a pedestal sink made a more spacious look.  I had two different sinks delivered to the house and Steven's recommendation of a larger one was a good choice looking back.  The bowl is wide, deep, and lots of space around the top to set things on.   I found that not all "white" is the same.  The sink looked so white (Kohler) next to the round toilet (made by American Standard) which was more creamy white but I have gotten used to it.  Tile was added around the sink for the backsplash which matched the shower tile.  A custom mirror was installed above the sink.  A vanity light was hung to replace an old light fixture from the 70's.   A laundry box was installed which looked much better then the hole in the wall that was originally there.  A fan with a light replaced an old light fixture.  A timer was added which is handy to set for 10 minutes to remove the moisture.   Steven recommended a track light and it was such a great addition to adding more light to the shower stall.   The tile used for the shower was returnable once the job was done which was nice also.  The painting turned out beautiful.   The second bathroom had small 6 inch white squares of tiles in the shower and above the old vanity.  The addition of 12 x 12 tiles updates the look in the shower and the vanity top came with a backsplash.  The shower valves were replaced with a single handle faucet and the shower head has several spray choices.   It was nice to update all the fixtures in the shower area to the spot resistant brushed nickel tones.  I was able to find a brushed nickel recessed wall toilet paper holder which Steven installed too.  An elongated toilet was installed.  It feels taller and is a couple inches longer.  I ordered a 60 inch vanity that came with a marble type top.  Steven and his crew adjusted the plumbing for double sinks and installed the vanity.  Since the vanity came with chrome handles I went with chrome single handled faucets.  Custom mirrors were hung above both sinks.  It would have been nice if wood framed mirrors were available with this vanity but I ended up going custom brushed nickel framed.  It looks more updated then just a large piece of glass like what was originally there.  The paint turned out so nice compared to the wallpaper that was coming off the wall.  All the brushed nickel towel rods, curtain rod, and shower curtain rods made great additions compared to the old chrome previously there.  I did have to go with a longer shower curtain since the rod was higher and I found a no hook curtain that has a snap inside liner that can be removed to wash.  The vanity light was also a beautiful light above the vanity compared to the old gold 70's style.  A fan was also added to this bathroom with a timer which will help tremendously with moisture.   9. Steven and his crew were great to work with.  They would remove their shoes when they entered.  They kept the area clean while they worked and they always open to questions which helped me a lot thru this process.  I will be calling his crew to do more work in the future.
    - Linda P.
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    Mr. Handyman of Spokane
    He also noticed that my door handle was loose and he fixed that for me too. I would use him again in the future.
    - Tammi F.
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    Mr. Handyman of Spokane
    It was great. They had hung a ceiling fan for me. I came home and the ceiling fan had drop down from out of the ceiling. It was hanging by wire. I called them the next day to let them know. He was like, oh my gosh. The owner came out and fixed it, no charge and all that so I was happy with that. I appreciate their customer service and their responsiveness to some concerns that came up after the fact. They immediately took responsibility to fix the problem.
    - Tammi F.
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