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Perry Brothers Construction
5.0
The work done to convert a rundown garage into a cozy cottage was extensive. The project was completed on time which was crucial because a disabled person was ready to move in. Bill Perry was always available to answer our questions either on site or by phone. The outstanding craftsmanship that was obvious by the end of the project fulfilled our expectations. Thanks to Bill and his crew!
- Jim L....
DENNIS KITCHENS & CABINETRY
2.0
We are very unhappy with the hurried and disrespectful service from Dennis Kitchens. They repeatedly showed us, through words and actions, that getting paid was their sole priority. Forgetting that the 'job site' is someone's home, the needs of the people who live there were inconsequential to them. 2021/22 had very high, record snow totals, and several winter storms kept 2-3ft of snow on the ground for weeks. Our long sloping driveway is treacherous, even with a hired plow and frequent shoveling. As the sole occupant of the house that winter had a disability, we asked multiple times to reschedule the renovation and postpone the cabinet delivery until we could better manage the snow with the resources we had. Dennis Kitchens disregarded our needs and belittled the disability, insisting on continuing the work and robbing us of the choice, in our own home. As a result, their own plumber flipped us off in text message. Dennis Kitchens, under their own volition, shoveled a path themselves under the pretense of helping us, only to charge us months later for such benevolence. Dennis Kitchens did not complete tasks in the proper order. Already made impatient by the snow, they were unwilling to wait for the floors to be finished, and were only concerned with getting their portion of the work done "to get paid," regardless of the outcome. After submitting our tile and countertop choices months prior, they told us our selection was never recorded, and now they are charging us for selecting it too late. Incidentally, we discovered our tile had arrived three weeks ago through the supplier, not from Dennis Kitchens. Apparently an installer injured his back, oops they'll send someone tomorrow... If money was an issue, they could have approached us for a solution, but instead they decided to cut-corners and make judgements on someone's disability, by taking away our ability to make decisions on our own home. Despite spending a fortune on renovations, we will live with their hastily cut corners indefinitely.
- J F....
DE&K CO
1.0
“I Hired DEK to demo my mothers home (she passed in a house fire in that House) and rebuild new for me (a disabled Vet), my wife (who has MS) and my sister (who is in a wheelchair) on a contract price for a 2000 sf home for $338,000 + $23,000 for the demo and content removal.. In my opinion, during the course of construction, I found the work was not performed in a good and workmanlike manner. DEK did not follow the plans and made changes to the construction plans without consulting me first.”
- Terry M....
R M Construction
5.0
We call them and they call us back to set up an appointment. They are very helpful and will do just about anything we ask them. We have been using them almost 30 years to help us with projects big and small around our home. I would recommend them to anyone because they are really good.
- Anne O....
South Shore Dream Bath LLC
5.0
I am disabled veteran with ALS. I had a bathroom that was ADA approved but not for a wheelchair. The VA worked with Dream Bath to remodel the bathroom. Dream Bath had gut the bathroom and put in a new shower that was wheelchair accessible. South shore dream bath has remodeled three bathrooms for us. My daughter also had a bathroom remolded by Dream Bath. We were completely satisfied with their work. The work was done on a timely basis. One bathroom was a handicapped shower and they had to work with the VA. They were very professional in their work. We completely trusted them. You could walk out your house and leave them there to work.They always were on time and kept us informed on their progress. They were courteous and reliable. We highly recommend South Shore Dream Bath if you need a bathroom remodeled. The finished work is excellent.
- Thomas M....
Accessible Solutions
5.0
They were on schedule and they stuck to the schedule that was preagreed on for the job. The job they did was impeccable. Originally they were just home contractors, but members of their family became disables and they saw how they could benefit people by making home modifications. Their goal is to not only do the work appropriately but also be according to government regulations. We had to replace our toilet with another one because it was too wide. They are so precise. They do everything according to code. They make sure the work is attractive and welcoming as well. I would rate them high overall. I have recommended them to a number of people. The grant was for $30000, but we paid them $34000 which was higher.
- Elizabeth L....
Jeff Veglia Remodeling & Tile Contracting
5.0
Overall? FANTASTIC!!! I can't say enough terrific things about Jeff, his staff and his sub-contractors. Right from the start it was a positive experience. Jeff responded quickly to my first call for an estimate. He looked over the project, made some suggestions and sent a written estimate within 2 days of evaluating the project. He started the project about a month later. The 2 men who did most of the work, Elvis and Winton, were wonderful. They arrived promptly every day, were competent, pleasant, professional and respectful not only of us but of our house. As you can imagine, there was a fair amount of dust and debris since they had to break through a wall. They covered both the bathroom and the bedroom with plastic sheeting through the destruction phase. They cleaned up every night and left the bathroom (except for the shower) in very useable condition each day. At the end of the project they did a very thorough clean up. The quality of their work was excellent. Jeff came by almost every day to make sure all was going well. He bought the perfect tile, marble for the bench seat and two way shower head (mounted and hand held) for the project .The glass sub- contractor ordered and installed a beautiful glass wall and rod for a curtain on one side. The project was completed in the expected time frame and the shower is beautiful and functional. Not only that, but shortly after the project was completed we had a leak in the kitchen coming from the bathroom. Even though the site of the leak was not below the shower, I thought it might be coming from the shower since the project had just completed and it appeared after I used the shower. I contacted Jeff about it. He came out the next day and couldn't find the source. Jeff, Elvis, Winton and Tony, the plumber, came by the following morning and spent 4 hours trying to find the problem. As it turns out, the leak was from the toilet, which Jeff's crew had never touched, and not from the shower. The shower remained perfect! They fixed the toilet flange, cleaned up everything and didn't charge us one penny, even though the problem was not caused by their work. I highly recommend these people and Jeff's company. If we ever need a contractor again I will definitely call Jeff Veglia.
- Sally B....
FRASER TILE
1.0
The job was supposed to be complete in 4-6 weeks. The first week and demolition went well. However things drastically went downhill from there. Tony did not arrive typically until 10am and left most days at 2pm. What professional keeps these hours? Most contractors demand to start no later than 8am! What was worse was that the entire time he was working, he talked on the phone with family and friends so the time he spent working was not fully productive. By the end of the third week, I was very concerned because the job was not progressing, and Tony did not demonstrate the knowledge or drive to complete the work. He was consistently on the phone asking others how to do the work. When I questioned him, he made excuses for the delay, but said he had the work under control. At about 2.5 weeks, he began to build the cabinet and it was a disaster. He does not have carpentry skills, and was not able to follow the specific specifications I gave him. I knew I was in trouble when he stopped work on the cabinet and moved on to other items. When I asked about the cabinet he was very evasive. He would not answer phone calls and his voicemail was always full so you could not leave a message. To make matter worse, this bathroom, which I made Tony aware of from the start, is a handicapped bathroom that my elderly mother and disabled sister rely on for their personal hygiene. Tony was still working on the job 2.5 months later! I was so frustrated, but did not want to give up because I would be very difficult to hire another contractor who would pick up where Tony left off, not to mention very expensive. Tony then complained that he had not received a second payment for me and he needed the money to complete the job. Even though he was only half complete, in order to incent him to finish, I paid him the second payment. At this point I had paid him 85% of the total bill. The next day after having time to cash his payment, he informed me that there was a plumbing problem in the shower that could not be fixed. Because he had piped the shower incorrectly and not installed diverter, when you turned the shower on, water came out of both the shower head and handheld spout. I told him that this was unacceptable, and that he needed to stop making excuses and finish the job. One hour later he called me and rudely stated that he was quitting the job!
- Jennifer K....
FRASER TILE
1.0
The job was supposed to be complete in 4-6 weeks. The first week and demolition went well. However things drastically went downhill from there. Tony did not arrive typically until 10am and left most days at 2pm. What professional keeps these hours? Most contractors demand to start no later than 8am! What was worse was that the entire time he was working, he talked on the phone with family and friends so the time he spent working was not fully productive. By the end of the third week, I was very concerned because the job was not progressing, and Tony did not demonstrate the knowledge or drive to complete the work. He was consistently on the phone asking others how to do the work. When I questioned him, he made excuses for the delay, but said he had the work under control. At about 2.5 weeks, he began to build the cabinet and it was a disaster. He does not have carpentry skills, and was not able to follow the specific specifications I gave him. I knew I was in trouble when he stopped work on the cabinet and moved on to other items. When I asked about the cabinet he was very evasive. He would not answer phone calls and his voicemail was always full so you could not leave a message. To make matter worse, this bathroom, which I made Tony aware of from the start, is a handicapped bathroom that my elderly mother and disabled sister rely on for their personal hygiene. Tony was still working on the job 2.5 months later! I was so frustrated, but did not want to give up because I would be very difficult to hire another contractor who would pick up where Tony left off, not to mention very expensive. Tony then complained that he had not received a second payment for me and he needed the money to complete the job. Even though he was only half complete, in order to incent him to finish, I paid him the second payment. At this point I had paid him 85% of the total bill. The next day after having time to cash his payment, he informed me that there was a plumbing problem in the shower that could not be fixed. Because he had piped the shower incorrectly and not installed diverter, when you turned the shower on, water came out of both the shower head and handheld spout. I told him that this was unacceptable, and that he needed to stop making excuses and finish the job. One hour later he called me and rudely stated that he was quitting the job!
- Jennifer K....
R & R Contracting
5.0
We hired R&R Contracting (Dan Nephew , owner - [*** Link removed ***] to do a major addition to our home. We could not be happier with the result or the process. Dan and his brother John are conscientious, hard-working, kind, patient, calm, levelheaded, capable and smart. They worked through difficulties one might anticipate encountering when expanding a house that is almost 150 years old. The project ended up being much larger than anyone anticipated, and the end result was amazing. Basically half of our house was redone. We are very grateful for their professionalism and heartily recommend R&R Contracting. What follows is a lot of detail illustrating how complex a project it was that R&R completed so well. We live in a house built in 1870 that had been expanded over the years, but it did not have a bedroom on the first floor, had too many flat roofs and had 1.5 small bathrooms, with only the half bathroom on the first floor. We wanted to expand the house to permit us to live longer in our home as we age. Specifically, the original scope of our project was to change our ½ bathroom to a full bathroom, to change the flat roof over our living room to be pitched and to add a bedroom to the back of the house. We also wanted the alterations to facilitate the installation of solar panels later and to ensure that the new addition was done in ways that would permit us ideally to stay in the house even if we were to become disabled. In addition to R &R, we hired an architect to help us because zoning limits what can be done in small lots like ours and because we wanted to retain the basic shape of the house as faced from the front. Our project turned out to be complicated. Integrating the existing stone foundation to the new addition was challenging because of the risk of collapse of the original foundation. Maximizing the size of the bedroom to accommodate the smaller footprint required by zoning meant using different size lumber and spray foam insulation. This in turn made it impossible to have a window in the attic above the new addition. It was impossible/impractical to integrate the original HVAC system into the new addition because of the stone foundation. That meant installing a separate, second heating and cooling system. Installing the new bedroom revealed that our back mudroom was inadequately supported. It needed to be torn down and rebuilt. Because the new addition had an attic, our upstairs bathroom lost its one window. That led us to redo much of the upstairs bathroom When starting to install the peaked roof above the new living room, replacing the flat roof, we learned that the living room was not properly supported below nor did the roof above it adequately support our second floor. We needed to reinforce and then repaint the living room and redo its flooring. We needed to upgrade our electrical service to 200 amps to accommodate the new (second) HVAC system and to position our house for solar panels Dan and his team worked through all of these complications and because of them the end result for us was A full bathroom with a linear drain glass-enclosed shower with the smallest of lips permitting us to walk in easily A new bedroom with a walk-in closet and a barnyard door connecting to the bathroom, able to accommodate a wheel chair down the road. The walk-in closet door is actually a Murphy bookcase, an bookcase that can be opened. A newly painted and newly wood floored and adequately supported living room A new mudroom, replacing the old one A new deck, replacing the old one Refinished wooden stairs leading to the second floor A new wooden floor in much of the upstairs hallway 200 amp service An upstairs bathroom with a new sink, toilet, vanity, fixtures and built –in cabinet where the windows was, also newly tiled and painted and with the bathtub refinished An attic above the new bedroom, with a pull-down ladder A peaked roof above the living room and the attic and the mudroom, meaning I have much less to shovel in a bad winter New wired smoke detectors A newly surfaced drive-way Because of our change-orders and the unexpected complications, the project was considerably over budget; but that has nothing to do with R&R. This kind of thing is common in projects like ours. We expected it; and when we started to approach our upper limit, we worked with Dan to limit expenses Dan did an amazing job hiring and handling subcontractors. This includes the electrical company he hired, the same one we had hired independently many years before to remove knob and tube wiring. When this one and the same company said during our project with R&R that there was knob and tube wiring to be removed, I showed Dan the company’s original certification that the knob and tube wiring had been removed; and Dan worked with the company to remove the remaining knob and tube wiring for free Thank you to Dan, his brother John and R&R for an outstanding job!
- Michael S....

ADA Contractors in Boston

1.8

(5)

City Of Industry, CA

Business Description: American Tubs designs and manufactures a complete line of premium quality Walk-In Bathtubs that are ideal for people with Limited Mobility, Seniors, Disabled and people with pain, arthritis, stress and other debilitating conditions.
1.0

(3)

Waltham, MA

Business Description: EZCare Bath LLC is a proud member of the Better Business Bureau that specializes in walk in bath tubs. Our business services include but are not limited to bath systems, walk in tubs, marble and granite surrounds, and shower doors. EZCare Bath designs quality Walk In Bathtubs that are ideal for people with Limited Mobility, Seniors, and Disabled. Our walk-in tubs are all well suited for people with pain, arthritis, stress and other debilitating conditions. Whether you chose a classic, compact, or one of our over-sized walk in bathtubs, rest assured that you will feel confident knowing your safety and bathing independence will be maintained in your home for years to come. Seniors and individuals with various mobility challenges have made EZCare Bath Massachusetts leader in the design, manufacture, and installation of quality Step in Tubs, Walk In Baths, Walk in Bathtubs, Walk in Tubs, Powered Baths, and Easy Access Showers for over 20 years. Call Jack for pricing.
4.5

(7)

Lowell, MA

Business Description: Our Beliefs: Communication, follow through and customer satisfaction are the keys to a satisfied customer and a job well done. Do it right the first time -- and do it as if it were your own home. We take pride in the quality of our work and are proud to be associated with it -- this is not a job it's our profession... With over 25 years of experience in both residential and commercial maintenance we have the skills to do the job -- here are a few of them: General Maintenance - Interior and Exterior -Carpentry - Interior and Exterior - Plumbing, Electrical - Painting & Staining - Hardwood Flooring Installation and Repair - Tiling, re-grouting - Kitchen & Bath Remodeling Basement Remodeling - Drywall Installation and Repair Doors, Windows and more.. Your one stop shop, our work is not subcontracted, what you see is what you get - we are honest reliable and ready to handle your job! Yes we can ! For more information or a free estimate email us anytime.
5.0

(3)

Bow, NH

Recent Review: Ryan and his team were amazing in every way. Not only did they do fantastic work but they exercised a lot of patience and attention to detail with our project. This entailed Ryan walking the space about 4 times before we even signed a contract, just to be sure he understood what we wanted. Communication of progress and issues were timely – and in our case made to myself on the West Coast and my brother occupying the space – so double the efforts. They also are very up front about any potential or surprise issues and the best way to resolve them – NOT the most expensive way – the most proper. We now have him doing some work at my parents’ house and I am planning to use him for a garage/mudroom/laundry room addition in the fall. Note that the cost may look high but take into account the cost of putting in a proper support beam to replace a supporting wall, having 2 pocket doors installed, complete electrical rewiring and foam insulation (was all old and original) as well as an ADA shower unit costing about $2k itself from the manufacturer.
4.9

(181)

Newburyport, MA

angi certified
Recent Review: The work done to convert a rundown garage into a cozy cottage was extensive. The project was completed on time which was crucial because a disabled person was ready to move in. Bill Perry was always available to answer our questions either on site or by phone. The outstanding craftsmanship that was obvious by the end of the project fulfilled our expectations. Thanks to Bill and his crew!
1.3

(3)

Norwell, MA

Recent Review: We are very unhappy with the hurried and disrespectful service from Dennis Kitchens. They repeatedly showed us, through words and actions, that getting paid was their sole priority. Forgetting that the 'job site' is someone's home, the needs of the people who live there were inconsequential to them. 2021/22 had very high, record snow totals, and several winter storms kept 2-3ft of snow on the ground for weeks. Our long sloping driveway is treacherous, even with a hired plow and frequent shoveling. As the sole occupant of the house that winter had a disability, we asked multiple times to reschedule the renovation and postpone the cabinet delivery until we could better manage the snow with the resources we had. Dennis Kitchens disregarded our needs and belittled the disability, insisting on continuing the work and robbing us of the choice, in our own home. As a result, their own plumber flipped us off in text message. Dennis Kitchens, under their own volition, shoveled a path themselves under the pretense of helping us, only to charge us months later for such benevolence. Dennis Kitchens did not complete tasks in the proper order. Already made impatient by the snow, they were unwilling to wait for the floors to be finished, and were only concerned with getting their portion of the work done "to get paid," regardless of the outcome. After submitting our tile and countertop choices months prior, they told us our selection was never recorded, and now they are charging us for selecting it too late. Incidentally, we discovered our tile had arrived three weeks ago through the supplier, not from Dennis Kitchens. Apparently an installer injured his back, oops they'll send someone tomorrow... If money was an issue, they could have approached us for a solution, but instead they decided to cut-corners and make judgements on someone's disability, by taking away our ability to make decisions on our own home. Despite spending a fortune on renovations, we will live with their hastily cut corners indefinitely.
3.0

(2)

Boston, MA

Business Description: DE&K Co is a Design Build firm with 3 operating partners with a combined 70 years construction experience specializing in both residential and commercial construction and servicing all of the New England area. We take great pride in quality of our construction and client satisfaction.
5.0

(1)

Woburn, MA

Recent Review: We call them and they call us back to set up an appointment. They are very helpful and will do just about anything we ask them. We have been using them almost 30 years to help us with projects big and small around our home. I would recommend them to anyone because they are really good.
4.9

(61)

Rockland, MA

Recent Review: I am disabled veteran with ALS. I had a bathroom that was ADA approved but not for a wheelchair. The VA worked with Dream Bath to remodel the bathroom. Dream Bath had gut the bathroom and put in a new shower that was wheelchair accessible. South shore dream bath has remodeled three bathrooms for us. My daughter also had a bathroom remolded by Dream Bath. We were completely satisfied with their work. The work was done on a timely basis. One bathroom was a handicapped shower and they had to work with the VA. They were very professional in their work. We completely trusted them. You could walk out your house and leave them there to work.They always were on time and kept us informed on their progress. They were courteous and reliable. We highly recommend South Shore Dream Bath if you need a bathroom remodeled. The finished work is excellent.
4.1

(6)

Andover, MA

Recent Review: They were on schedule and they stuck to the schedule that was preagreed on for the job. The job they did was impeccable. Originally they were just home contractors, but members of their family became disables and they saw how they could benefit people by making home modifications. Their goal is to not only do the work appropriately but also be according to government regulations. We had to replace our toilet with another one because it was too wide. They are so precise. They do everything according to code. They make sure the work is attractive and welcoming as well. I would rate them high overall. I have recommended them to a number of people. The grant was for $30000, but we paid them $34000 which was higher.
5.0

(231)

Lynnfield, MA

angi certified
Award 2021Super Service Award
offers coupon
Recent Review: Overall? FANTASTIC!!! I can't say enough terrific things about Jeff, his staff and his sub-contractors. Right from the start it was a positive experience. Jeff responded quickly to my first call for an estimate. He looked over the project, made some suggestions and sent a written estimate within 2 days of evaluating the project. He started the project about a month later. The 2 men who did most of the work, Elvis and Winton, were wonderful. They arrived promptly every day, were competent, pleasant, professional and respectful not only of us but of our house. As you can imagine, there was a fair amount of dust and debris since they had to break through a wall. They covered both the bathroom and the bedroom with plastic sheeting through the destruction phase. They cleaned up every night and left the bathroom (except for the shower) in very useable condition each day. At the end of the project they did a very thorough clean up. The quality of their work was excellent. Jeff came by almost every day to make sure all was going well. He bought the perfect tile, marble for the bench seat and two way shower head (mounted and hand held) for the project .The glass sub- contractor ordered and installed a beautiful glass wall and rod for a curtain on one side. The project was completed in the expected time frame and the shower is beautiful and functional. Not only that, but shortly after the project was completed we had a leak in the kitchen coming from the bathroom. Even though the site of the leak was not below the shower, I thought it might be coming from the shower since the project had just completed and it appeared after I used the shower. I contacted Jeff about it. He came out the next day and couldn't find the source. Jeff, Elvis, Winton and Tony, the plumber, came by the following morning and spent 4 hours trying to find the problem. As it turns out, the leak was from the toilet, which Jeff's crew had never touched, and not from the shower. The shower remained perfect! They fixed the toilet flange, cleaned up everything and didn't charge us one penny, even though the problem was not caused by their work. I highly recommend these people and Jeff's company. If we ever need a contractor again I will definitely call Jeff Veglia.
4.8

(37)

Stoneham, MA

Business Description: Since 1986, Fraser Tile has serviced New England with the finest craftsmanship combined with knowledgeable and personalized service in all phases of your remodel. Our Services Include: Custom Cabinetry, Counter Tops, Fans, Flooring, Lighting, Tile & Stone, Fixures & Faucets, Showers, Shower Doors, Whirlpools & Tubs, Water Damage Repair, and Tub Recesses. We look forward to servicing all of your remodeling needs!
4.4

(10)

Methuen, MA

Business Description: 3 EMPLOYEES. USES SUBS FOR ELECTRICAL. COST IS DETERMINED BY THE JOB. NO TRAVEL CHARGES. NO SERVICE FEES. NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR AFTER HOURS SERVICES APPLY.
5.0

(1)

Boxborough, MA

Recent Review: We hired R&R Contracting (Dan Nephew , owner - [*** Link removed ***] to do a major addition to our home. We could not be happier with the result or the process. Dan and his brother John are conscientious, hard-working, kind, patient, calm, levelheaded, capable and smart. They worked through difficulties one might anticipate encountering when expanding a house that is almost 150 years old. The project ended up being much larger than anyone anticipated, and the end result was amazing. Basically half of our house was redone. We are very grateful for their professionalism and heartily recommend R&R Contracting. What follows is a lot of detail illustrating how complex a project it was that R&R completed so well. We live in a house built in 1870 that had been expanded over the years, but it did not have a bedroom on the first floor, had too many flat roofs and had 1.5 small bathrooms, with only the half bathroom on the first floor. We wanted to expand the house to permit us to live longer in our home as we age. Specifically, the original scope of our project was to change our ½ bathroom to a full bathroom, to change the flat roof over our living room to be pitched and to add a bedroom to the back of the house. We also wanted the alterations to facilitate the installation of solar panels later and to ensure that the new addition was done in ways that would permit us ideally to stay in the house even if we were to become disabled. In addition to R &R, we hired an architect to help us because zoning limits what can be done in small lots like ours and because we wanted to retain the basic shape of the house as faced from the front. Our project turned out to be complicated. Integrating the existing stone foundation to the new addition was challenging because of the risk of collapse of the original foundation. Maximizing the size of the bedroom to accommodate the smaller footprint required by zoning meant using different size lumber and spray foam insulation. This in turn made it impossible to have a window in the attic above the new addition. It was impossible/impractical to integrate the original HVAC system into the new addition because of the stone foundation. That meant installing a separate, second heating and cooling system. Installing the new bedroom revealed that our back mudroom was inadequately supported. It needed to be torn down and rebuilt. Because the new addition had an attic, our upstairs bathroom lost its one window. That led us to redo much of the upstairs bathroom When starting to install the peaked roof above the new living room, replacing the flat roof, we learned that the living room was not properly supported below nor did the roof above it adequately support our second floor. We needed to reinforce and then repaint the living room and redo its flooring. We needed to upgrade our electrical service to 200 amps to accommodate the new (second) HVAC system and to position our house for solar panels Dan and his team worked through all of these complications and because of them the end result for us was A full bathroom with a linear drain glass-enclosed shower with the smallest of lips permitting us to walk in easily A new bedroom with a walk-in closet and a barnyard door connecting to the bathroom, able to accommodate a wheel chair down the road. The walk-in closet door is actually a Murphy bookcase, an bookcase that can be opened. A newly painted and newly wood floored and adequately supported living room A new mudroom, replacing the old one A new deck, replacing the old one Refinished wooden stairs leading to the second floor A new wooden floor in much of the upstairs hallway 200 amp service An upstairs bathroom with a new sink, toilet, vanity, fixtures and built –in cabinet where the windows was, also newly tiled and painted and with the bathtub refinished An attic above the new bedroom, with a pull-down ladder A peaked roof above the living room and the attic and the mudroom, meaning I have much less to shovel in a bad winter New wired smoke detectors A newly surfaced drive-way Because of our change-orders and the unexpected complications, the project was considerably over budget; but that has nothing to do with R&R. This kind of thing is common in projects like ours. We expected it; and when we started to approach our upper limit, we worked with Dan to limit expenses Dan did an amazing job hiring and handling subcontractors. This includes the electrical company he hired, the same one we had hired independently many years before to remove knob and tube wiring. When this one and the same company said during our project with R&R that there was knob and tube wiring to be removed, I showed Dan the company’s original certification that the knob and tube wiring had been removed; and Dan worked with the company to remove the remaining knob and tube wiring for free Thank you to Dan, his brother John and R&R for an outstanding job!

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Ryan and his team were amazing in every way. Not only did they do fantastic work but they exercised a lot of patience and attention to detail with our project. This entailed Ryan walking the space about 4 times before we even signed a contract, just to be sure he understood what we wanted. Communication of progress and issues were timely – and in our case made to myself on the West Coast and my brother occupying the space – so double the efforts. They also are very up front about any potential or surprise issues and the best way to resolve them – NOT the most expensive way – the most proper. We now have him doing some work at my parents’ house and I am planning to use him for a garage/mudroom/laundry room addition in the fall. Note that the cost may look high but take into account the cost of putting in a proper support beam to replace a supporting wall, having 2 pocket doors installed, complete electrical rewiring and foam insulation (was all old and original) as well as an ADA shower unit costing about $2k itself from the manufacturer.