Matching on Angi
I've used United Remodeling for numerous renovation projects and cannot recommend Alessandro Ferreguetti and his professional crew highly enough. For a "makeover" of our suburban colonial-style Weston home in preparation for putting it on the real estate market, United did complete exterior and interior painting, repairs of wood flooring and mouldings, repairs of wooden gutters, installation of new gutters, and numerous other small jobs. This was a large project (a 9000sf main house and 2 outbuildings), and the United Remodeling crew did whatever it took to make the house look good - as a result the entire estate showed beautifully, and within 3 days of going on the market it sold to the highest bidder for more than the listed price. I was so happy with United's work on our suburban house that I engaged them again to do a number of renovations for the contemporary-style Back Bay condo to which we subsequently moved. These highly varied projects included replacement of the entire HVAC system (including ALL of the ductwork behind the walls and ceilings), installing two sets of stacking washer/dryers, renovating a loft bedroom, installing new light fixtures, and building an entirely new outdoor roof deck, in addition to more typical painting, wallpapering, and floor refinishing work. To succeed, many of these projects required patience, frequent communication, and creative solutions from Alessandro to overcome the tight spaces and unexpected obstacles that are so frequently encountered in older urban buildings. In the course of these projects, I have personally come to know and trust numerous United Remodeling employees and subcontractors in addition to Alessandro himself, including carpenters, painters, paperhangers, floorers, roofers, plumbers, electricians, HVAC specialists, metal workers, and other trades people. Every one of them has been conscientious, courteous, and driven to produce quality work. To cite just one example, one of our rooms was slightly expanded by removing a non-structural wall, which required laying additional oak hardwood flooring. The easy solution would have been to lay a simple threshold across the old border and lay new floor boards in the newly created floor area, but that would have made the room expansion obvious. Instead, and on their own initiative, the United crew painstakingly removed random lengths of the existing tongue-and-groove oak floorboards and installed the new tongue-and-groove floorboards in such a fashion that it is impossible to distinguish the border between the original and the new flooring. The result was a larger and more beautiful room than ever. Now, isn't that the kind of attention to detail and pride in the finished product that one would seek in any contractor?