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GMART Inc
5.0
Going to Angie's List to find someone with an A rating to do a siding job at my home brought me to the Gmart Inc. ad because all 80 reviews were rated A or A+. After reading half of them, I decided that this was the company to do the job. Greg came out promptly and when my son and I told him that we were interested in veneer stone on the front of the house and garage as well as LP Smartside siding, and new windows, he advised us as to how it would look best. He also told us that he would replace any rotting wood and insulation board if and where it was needed. We are very satisfied with the beautiful job that his crew did. Our house looks great and the quality of his work is impeccable. Greg is very accommodating and goes the extra mile to make sure that you are happy with the work done. When finished, his crew cleaned up nicely [like they were never there]. I would definitely call him in the future if I have any more work to be done at my home, and I will refer him to anyone looking for quality work because I can trust that he is honest and the job will be done well. Thank you Greg for making our home look new and beautiful.
- Mary S....
SCHWAKE STONE BRICK & FIREPLACE CO
5.0
For starters, this is now Windy City Fireplace, restructured part of Schwake. In same location, but apparently company restructured. Angies List did not let me enter it as I wanted to. Project went well from start to finish. Showroom has an amazing variety of stone, well displayed. Robert Greene helped me with selection and pricing. Ordered a beautiful stone veneer and limestone hearth to go over my existing painted brick fireplace. Roger coordinated everything well. Scheduled installation was scheduled for two days, Friday and Saturday. Easier on me, so I only had to take 1 day off work. Masons who came were a father and son. Multi-generation of bricklayers, which is exactly what I wanted. They did a great job of restoring the fireplace and taking out the older gas line. I highly recommend this company for anyone who wants to do a fireplace. Whether its a restoration or new one.
- John S....
JJ Stucco & Plastering System Inc.
5.0
Easy. They gave us an idea of price and setup a time. They were here when promised and got to work. They laid out the stone on the lawn prior to installation and asked for my approval. All went smooth.
- Nicole B....
Opal Enterprises Inc
3.0
My experience with Opal was good until the very end. It started with an estimate from one of their sales associates Ryan who was a great salesman. He sold me on the company, even though they were the most expensive of the five estimates I got. He explained that Opal provides some of the best quality workmanship in the area and as a result they are a bit more expensive. They certainly have the reviews to back up their claims. In hindsight (now that the project is over, and now that I have experience in this type of project) I wish Ryan would have walked me through more of the details of the project and decorative options before we began work. In the end the house looks good. However, there are some finishing touches that were never discussed, such as accessories for the versetta stone, and hence were never done. In fairness to Opal, I never asked about these things. I do think that items such as the accessories for the Stone should have been brought up by them. The crew that showed up to complete the work arrived on time everyday and worked a full day for about 8 days to get the entire job done. The crew did a great job keeping me informed with the progress of the job. When something would come up (such as rotted wood) they would show me and then they would show me the same area after they fixed it. Through out the project Opal gives you a number of people to contact in case you have a question or an issue. Our salesman Ryan and Project manager Steve answered or returned my calls promptly. When the crew finished their work I was able to do a walk around the house and create a punch list of items that still needed to get done. This is were things took a bad turn and is the biggest reason Opal received a and quot;Cand quot; in Overall Experience and Professionalism. When I walked around the house I noticed an area that I wanted to add a piece of trim to. I notified Steve the project manager and he came over that same day to take a look. He did some measurements and said that it wouldn't be a problem. I asked him what the additional cost would be, and he went to his truck to make the calculations. At that moment the owner of the company Voytek Opalski drove up and walked up to me on my front lawn and introduced himself. He proceeded to ask me why I was unhappy with the work. I explained that I was not unhappy I just wanted to add a piece of trim and was willing to pay for the additional cost. He said okay, that they should be able to do that. He then told me (rudely in my opinion) that it would have been easier if I would have told them about this extra trim before they finished the job. This immediately got me a little upset. Of course it would have been nice if I could have told them about the trim before they finished but I didn't know that it was something that I wanted until I saw the completion of their work. Him saying that served no constructive purpose other than to make the customer feel bad. I tried to explain that I didn't know I would want the extra trim because I wasn't sure how the house would look at the end. I told him that some of the little details were not gone through with me so I didn't know what the the finished project would look like completely. That's when he said, and quot;why would you sign a contract with us if we didn't give you all the details?and quot; I just about lost it after he said that. I agree, in hindsight I wish I would have gone through those details before signing with them...I know better now. The job was almost over now though and hindsight is 20/20. I could not understand why the owner of the company was at my house making me feel like a bad home owner and like I made a bad choice. Before he showed up things were going well. Steve was calculating the additional cost of the trim and the work was going to get done. Mr. Opalski needs to either stay in the office and leave the customer service in the capable hands of people like Steve and Ryan, or he needs to learn how to deal with customers. He created a problem where there was no problem by showing up to my house and arguing with me for ten minutes. The sad thing was that there was no one to complain to seeing as he is the owner. I shared my frustration with Ryan the sales associate in hopes that he would share that with Mr. Opalski, but I never received a response or apology from the owner. The argument was so heated and needless that I can not recommend Opal enterprises to my friends, family and neighbors. I can not recommend a company to anyone where the owner displays such a complete disregard for the customer.
- Jonathan B....
Bate Remodeling
5.0
John was the only person I could find who was willing to undertake a very challenging repair of an antique mirror by reattaching the very thin ornamental tin veneer covering the mirror. At first blush, reattaching a piece of tin might sound like a simple job, but it could have resulted in disaster if the wrong technique was used because the tin was very old, thin and brittle. That's why two frame repair shops refused to even attempt it. John took the mirror and brought it back looking beautiful, with the veneer reattached and intact.
- Penelope G....
Handyman Pros
5.0
Gary arrived promptly and immediately set out to perform the work at hand. I had installed my wall cabinets and attempted myself to install the base cabinets, but my uneven floor was more a challenge than I anticipated. I tried the levelling myself and spent 4 hours. Gary did the complete job, including veneers all within 6 hours and then finished up by fixing striker plates on two doors. Very pleased with the results. I have crown molding for the cabinets and a few other minor drywall repairs that I will have them back out again to complete in a month or two.
- Gary F....
Handy Men & Mrs Helper Kitchen & Bath
5.0
When I inquired about the job and the price on Monday, Faith contacted me a few hours later. Tom was available the next day. Tom showed up on time and took his time to make sure what I needed done. I came up with the best solution and within 2 hours I had the doors hanging properly and looking good. Tom was profession and had the skills and the tool to get the job done in a timely manner. I have some other house projects that are above my head and will be using Handy Men and Mrs. Helper for my future project.
- Chad L....
Your Chicagoland Remodeling
5.0
I requested an estimate online and was promptly contacted by Chris to schedule the appointment. Chris came out promptly, as scheduled, and was very professional and knowledgeable. I was provided a detailed estimate that described every aspect of the job from beginning to end. The work was done by a two man team consisting of Christian and Andy. I was very impressed with their professionalism and work ethic. They worked very hard and cleaned up the work area at the end of each day. The job was completed in 4 days. The demolition consisted of the complete removal of all wall framing approx. 20 foot in length, removal of two vinyl windows, removal of exterior brick veneer, removal of two layers of gutters and removal of aluminum fascia. The team also erected a temporary support wall prior to taking down the wall. Once the demolition was completed the team framed the interior wall, installed windows, installed plywood sheathing and tyvek wrap, installed vinyl siding on approx. 38 feet of dormer wall, reinstalled gutters and new aluminum fascia. I was very satisfied with the quality of their work. I have several other renovations projects to complete and look forward to working with Chris and his team again. I will definitely recommend Chris and his team for the quality of their work, affordable prices and skill set.
- Allan T....
Country Living Construction Group, Inc.
5.0
John Michael was very professional, I would absolutely use him again and I have recommended himto two friends who were also happy with his work. He is timely, thorough, neat, and has a lot of knowledgeto problem solve. I first tried him on an Angie's list deal and had him changing hinges and all kinds ofdifferent things. This was the second time that I used him. I would definitely recommend him.
- Glenda W....
Johnco Builders Inc
4.0
We had some water leaks and needed to replace the veneer brick and siding on our house. I called 4 places to get quotes. Johnco Builders came first. All in all, he came to the house on 3 different occasions to answer our questions and educate us on what to look for. He was very patient with us and made several adjustments to his quote as we determined exactly what we wanted to do. In the end, we did not hire him to do the job.
- Doug B....
Budget Right Handyman
1.0
Budget Right does fraudulent work. Let me explain….. I hired them to remove and replace the front door on my apartment (with landlord’s permission, agreement to repay). Numerous times I discussed with their project manager what the goals were, and that the project was not a cookie cutter project. The door in question has a larger than normal rough opening in the CMU and structural wood framing. The extra area around the new door would need to be built up with additional wood to make a standard 36x80 door fit in the space. This was discussed with project managers and the estimator. In an attempt to ensure a proper plan was developed, I paid to have an estimator come out and look at the door, and the situation. The estimator measured for the new doors, and those are the measurements I used to purchase the new door. On the day work was to begin (Monday, April 3rd, 2017), a technician arrived after 8am (late). He did not have any idea what he was supposed to be doing. My landlord told him the job was to remove and replace the door, and his project manager would have the details (I had assumed Budget Right would have constructed a specific plan, but apparently not). He was left to do his work (because we assumed a professional could be left alone without needing to be supervised). When I returned home at 4pm, I saw the technician had installed the door incorrectly. He had relocated the door forward into the brick veneer (not a structural element of the house), whereas it had been attached to the CMU. I immediately called Budget Right, and informed them the work was being done incorrectly. I also advised the technician to stop work, but he insisted on continuing. I spoke with project managers several times the first evening, who assured me any deficient work would be corrected at their cost. Here is the list of problems with the installation of the doorway: 1. Relocated from the CMU (structural element) to the brick veneer (non-structural element). I have spoken with structural engineers, architects, and other home improvement specialists, all who agree this in and of itself constitutes bad work (both structurally and professionally). As one handyman noted, “The job was to remove and replace. That means you put the new door exactly where the old door was, unless instructed to do otherwise.” 2. The brick veneer opening is actually smaller than the CMU or structural wood framing. Because of this the door/frame barely fit into the space. However, this leaves no room for a threshold. The door, as installed, cannot be opened more than a few inches because it hits the carpeting by a full ½” or more. 3. The technician installed the door in such a fashion as to butt up against the side of the threshold, instead of closing on top of it (like every other door in existence). Therefore, water hitting the front of the door does not roll down the threshold and away from the building. Instead, because the door does not sit on top of the threshold, water can seep between the door and threshold and leak into the building. 4. The brick veneer opening and structural framing are slightly offset from each other horizontally. Because of this, once the trim was fully installed the door would not be able to open a full 90 degrees (like a normal door). The hinges on the door would end up slightly behind the trim work on the structural wood framing. Problems 1 and 2 were brought up to the project managers on Monday. Again, I was assured the work would be corrected at their cost. When the technician arrived on Tuesday, I showed him issues 1 and 2, and explained what needed to be done to correct it (the door needed to be relocated to the CMU, and raised up). However, he continued simply working on trim work as if the door was going to stay exactly where it was (according to the technician per the orders of his boss). Once again, I called the project managers, several times, and I was assured the work would be completed correctly at no additional cost. It eventually became clear the technician was not going to install the door correctly, and I sent him away (because the longer he stayed, the more time he wasted, and the more likely they would try to make me pay for more time). My conversations then moved to being with “John H”. John H refused to listen to what I said, and repeatedly insisted the door was installed correctly (I had to scream over and over again “The door will not open! The door will not open!”). He attempted to bully me into accepting the door by claiming I had signed a statement saying I accepted the work. However, this was not true. The statement in question had three sections, two for acknowledgment of the number of hours worked, and one for job satisfaction. I signed only the sections acknowledging time worked, I did not sign the section for job satisfaction (because the work was done incorrectly). John was betting on the fact most people don’t read contracts, and assuming I could be bullied into believing I had signed something I didn’t. John further attempted to blame me for the problem, claiming it was my fault the door was installed incorrectly because I was not there. This is a fallacious argument. At no point did Budget Right attempt to contact me regarding moving the door to the non-structural brick veneer. The job was to “Remove and Replace the front door”. Every person I have talked to agrees that a sane person would interpret that to mean the door should go back exactly where it was. Budget Right’s claim this is correct for “environmental seal” reason is equally fallacious, given they installed it such that water can leak in and the door is now past the empty space between the brick veneer and the CMU. This empty space is there because the brick veneer is not necessarily water tight, and water needs room to exit from between the CMU and the brick. Also, because the door was moved forward, the interior of the building is now exposed to that empty space, which breaks the insulation layer between the CMU and the structural wood framing. After I sent John a video of the door not opening, he agreed to relocate the door, but insisted on getting paid to redo the trim work (half of which was done). This is ridiculous because not only did they continue to perform work after they were informed the work was done incorrectly, but they were paid for 14 hours of work. They worked about 12 (10 on Monday, 2 on Tuesday), and at least 4 of that was after they had been informed the work was performed incorrectly. Moreover, given how bad of the job they did the first time around, you would think they would have some shame, and just finish the work for no additional money. I attempted to explain to John why his offer made no sense, but again he absolutely refused to listen to me. He kept talking over me, repeating that their offer was reasonable (not even remotely), and I finally told him to shut the **** up and listen, at which point he hung up the phone. Budget Right unequivocally engaged in fraud. They did not do the job they were hired to do (remove and replace a door means put the new door exactly where the old door was such that it opens), they caused unrepairable damage to the property (the holes they drilled in the brick veneer can’t be fixed without replacing the bricks), and further refused to fully complete the work they were paid to do at no additional cost.
- Brett R....
Don Roach Home Repair
5.0
Chip (Don) took the time needed to do the jobs properly. He methods were more time consuming than others, but the result was extremely good. The door and the frame were very weathered, and in places the veneer was coming off. It took a week of daily work to do. He used safe practices - the work area was protected with tarps, there was zero dust or other evidence of the job after it was complete. The door now looks as if it had aged gracefully and had been carefully maintained for that hundred years. 2nd job was patching cement on the front stoop in front of the door. This job was done to the same high standard. Before and after photos of the door are available, feel free to contact me through angieslist, or as a reference through Don Roach Home Repair, I will gladly give a personal reference by the phone or email.
- Steven G....
Nyberg Exteriors
5.0
It was great. Went like clockwork, the workers were honest, polite, cleaned up after themselves and generally tried to be as undisruptive as possible. Not an easy thing to do when you're knocking off stone and concrete and nailing on new siding. The house looks so much better; we're really pleased.
- Rosanne R....
Fogarty Home Improvement
5.0
Overall, we had a very positive experience and we are extremely satisfied with the work done by Fogarty Home Improvement. The project took about 5 months to complete and throughout the duration, it was very comforting to know that this unique project was in John’s very capable hands. John handled everything, start to finish, as if he’s done it a thousand times. John always promptly replied to our inquiries (made via emails, phone calls and text). Most importantly, he completed the project on budget and on time. He was very accommodating to our decisions to add or change things along the way. We never felt pressured to make a quick decision, and he offered some great ideas which we had not previously considered. We interviewed a several General Contractors before selecting Fogarty Home Improvement and have never once doubted that we made the right choice. If we ever have other home improvement projects, we will certainly go right back to John. We've been in this home for over 15 years and have had many contractors come through to work on various things. John by far has been the best among them all. As family and friends come by and see our lovely new “old” home, we are quick to let them know about Fogarty Home Improvement.
- Lydia C....
Johnco Builders Inc
5.0
Our 2 story back porch was starting to decay and was looking really bad. Some of the old windows were about to fall out. Parts of the old siding were peeling away and letting rain and snow in. Even the veneers of our old doors were peeling away and falling off. Johnco reversed it all and gave us a back porch to be proud of. It now looks like we live in a brand new home. They replaced all of our windows and doors with energy efficient windows and reinforced steel doors. They also included the aluminum capping, so that we don't have to worry about painting the window and door frames anymore. Our new windows were made with Low E glass to keep the sun's heat out in the summer and they were double glazed and argon filled, to help us save on our energy costs. And John went out of his way to find vinyl siding for the back porch that matches our garage's siding. It's a perfect match. They also installed a new gutter system with a new down spot and installed a brand new custom awning. Plus we had a new gate for our yard installed as well. It was a narrow entryway, so John was able to get a custom gate that fit perfectly. Mark and Carl, who were the installers, paid attention to every detail with their work and did an excellent job. Everything was installed perfectly. We are very happy with the outcome! Thank You Johnco!
- S K....

Stone Veneer Installation in Chicago

5.0

(22)

Wood Dale, IL

Recent Review: All About Exteriors replaced the siding on our house with Hardie Board Panels and Trim. They implemented our idea thoughtfully and professionally with high attention to details. We appreciate great craftsmanship and communication as well as a competitive price. It was a pleasure dealing with the team of professionals who kept their workplace clean and finished the job on time. Our house looks better than ever before. We highly recommend this company.
5.0

(4)

Aurora, IL

Recent Review: My chimney had a lot of water damage in the upper section. I received 4 estimates for my chimney repair. Two firms wanted to do a complete rebuild, and the other two (including EG) wanted to do a partial rebuild. EG rebuilt the chimney from about the roof line up (appr. 400 bricks), replaced various lower bricks that were in bad shape, tuckpointed the entire chimney, and replaced the chimney crown. I had asked about installing a chimney liner. EG evaluated the existing chimney tiles and concluded that a new liner was not necessary. Instead, he simply patched some cracked portions near the top. EG did an excellent job, and the price I paid was FAR lower than any of the other estimates I received. I would gladly hire him again. A few things to note: 1) English is not EG's native language. There were a few times I had a little trouble communicating with him. This was not a major problem, but there may be times where a text or an email is more effective. 2) EG did not provide a written estimate. Instead, he gave me an oral estimate the day he evaluated the needed repair. (I later confirmed the estimate to EG via an email.) The final repair cost was very close to the estimate ($50 off). 3) It is obvious that EG takes a lot of pride in his work. 4) I asked about applying water-proofing and EG agreed this would be a good idea. He is going to be back in a week to do that work (also at a very reasonable price).
4.7

(7)

Libertyville, IL

Recent Review: Their price was pretty high. The work was outstanding but the price was a bit high. At the time it seemed reasonable. For the most part, the work still looks good but there are a few small cracks. It does look good for the most part though. I will use their services again in the future despite their pricing.
4.4

(7)

Libertyville, IL

Recent Review: It is absolutely beautiful! The guys who did the work did it all by hand (taking out old concrete, digging foundation for new walkways, cutting and laying stones, etc). They were professional, hard-working, on time every day, cleaned up each day. I worked with David Fiore and he was responsive, professional and worked to make sure everything was satisfactory.
5.0

(61)

ROLLING MEADOWS, IL

Recent Review: We've used Master Finishes for all our painting needs for many years. Keith and his crew are communicative, polite, and good. Keith always responds to requests and questions quickly. This time he went beyond the call when he noticed and removed some wasp nests and fixed a screen where birds were entering the attic. Highly recommended.
4.9

(11)

Prairie View, IL

Recent Review: Workers were quick, efficient, & polite!
4.9

(68)

Libertyville, IL

Angi Certified
Recent Review: Their masons just completed putting on stone veneer siding brick by brick all around the base of our home and did some tuck-pointing on our chimney. It came out absolutely beautiful! These guys are meticulous and got everything perfect. Thank you Shaunak for all your patience and help in the selection process, and for addressing all of our concerns in a very timely manner. Highly recommend!
5.0

(138)

Bartlett, IL

Angi Certified
Recent Review: Going to Angie's List to find someone with an A rating to do a siding job at my home brought me to the Gmart Inc. ad because all 80 reviews were rated A or A+. After reading half of them, I decided that this was the company to do the job. Greg came out promptly and when my son and I told him that we were interested in veneer stone on the front of the house and garage as well as LP Smartside siding, and new windows, he advised us as to how it would look best. He also told us that he would replace any rotting wood and insulation board if and where it was needed. We are very satisfied with the beautiful job that his crew did. Our house looks great and the quality of his work is impeccable. Greg is very accommodating and goes the extra mile to make sure that you are happy with the work done. When finished, his crew cleaned up nicely [like they were never there]. I would definitely call him in the future if I have any more work to be done at my home, and I will refer him to anyone looking for quality work because I can trust that he is honest and the job will be done well. Thank you Greg for making our home look new and beautiful.
4.0

(5)

Mundelein, IL

Recent Review: For starters, this is now Windy City Fireplace, restructured part of Schwake. In same location, but apparently company restructured. Angies List did not let me enter it as I wanted to. Project went well from start to finish. Showroom has an amazing variety of stone, well displayed. Robert Greene helped me with selection and pricing. Ordered a beautiful stone veneer and limestone hearth to go over my existing painted brick fireplace. Roger coordinated everything well. Scheduled installation was scheduled for two days, Friday and Saturday. Easier on me, so I only had to take 1 day off work. Masons who came were a father and son. Multi-generation of bricklayers, which is exactly what I wanted. They did a great job of restoring the fireplace and taking out the older gas line. I highly recommend this company for anyone who wants to do a fireplace. Whether its a restoration or new one.
5.0

(43)

Lake In The Hills, IL

Super Service Award
Recent Review: Easy. They gave us an idea of price and setup a time. They were here when promised and got to work. They laid out the stone on the lawn prior to installation and asked for my approval. All went smooth.
4.8

(120)

Naperville, IL

Recent Review: Quick response. Company advised that they do not service Joliet.
4.9

(117)

Chicago, IL

Angi Certified
Offers Coupon
Recent Review: John was the only person I could find who was willing to undertake a very challenging repair of an antique mirror by reattaching the very thin ornamental tin veneer covering the mirror. At first blush, reattaching a piece of tin might sound like a simple job, but it could have resulted in disaster if the wrong technique was used because the tin was very old, thin and brittle. That's why two frame repair shops refused to even attempt it. John took the mirror and brought it back looking beautiful, with the veneer reattached and intact.
4.8

(840)

Northwest Suburbs, IL

Super Service Award
Angi Certified
Recent Review: Gary arrived promptly and immediately set out to perform the work at hand. I had installed my wall cabinets and attempted myself to install the base cabinets, but my uneven floor was more a challenge than I anticipated. I tried the levelling myself and spent 4 hours. Gary did the complete job, including veneers all within 6 hours and then finished up by fixing striker plates on two doors. Very pleased with the results. I have crown molding for the cabinets and a few other minor drywall repairs that I will have them back out again to complete in a month or two.
4.8

(1283)

Barrington, IL

Super Service Award
Angi Certified
Recent Review: When I inquired about the job and the price on Monday, Faith contacted me a few hours later. Tom was available the next day. Tom showed up on time and took his time to make sure what I needed done. I came up with the best solution and within 2 hours I had the doors hanging properly and looking good. Tom was profession and had the skills and the tool to get the job done in a timely manner. I have some other house projects that are above my head and will be using Handy Men and Mrs. Helper for my future project.
4.9

(128)

Midlothian, IL

Recent Review: I requested an estimate online and was promptly contacted by Chris to schedule the appointment. Chris came out promptly, as scheduled, and was very professional and knowledgeable. I was provided a detailed estimate that described every aspect of the job from beginning to end. The work was done by a two man team consisting of Christian and Andy. I was very impressed with their professionalism and work ethic. They worked very hard and cleaned up the work area at the end of each day. The job was completed in 4 days. The demolition consisted of the complete removal of all wall framing approx. 20 foot in length, removal of two vinyl windows, removal of exterior brick veneer, removal of two layers of gutters and removal of aluminum fascia. The team also erected a temporary support wall prior to taking down the wall. Once the demolition was completed the team framed the interior wall, installed windows, installed plywood sheathing and tyvek wrap, installed vinyl siding on approx. 38 feet of dormer wall, reinstalled gutters and new aluminum fascia. I was very satisfied with the quality of their work. I have several other renovations projects to complete and look forward to working with Chris and his team again. I will definitely recommend Chris and his team for the quality of their work, affordable prices and skill set.
4.8

(195)

Lake Bluff, IL

Angi Certified
Recent Review: John Michael was very professional, I would absolutely use him again and I have recommended himto two friends who were also happy with his work. He is timely, thorough, neat, and has a lot of knowledgeto problem solve. I first tried him on an Angie's list deal and had him changing hinges and all kinds ofdifferent things. This was the second time that I used him. I would definitely recommend him.
4.8

(32)

Algonquin, IL

Recent Review: We had some water leaks and needed to replace the veneer brick and siding on our house. I called 4 places to get quotes. Johnco Builders came first. All in all, he came to the house on 3 different occasions to answer our questions and educate us on what to look for. He was very patient with us and made several adjustments to his quote as we determined exactly what we wanted to do. In the end, we did not hire him to do the job.

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Their masons just completed putting on stone veneer siding brick by brick all around the base of our home and did some tuck-pointing on our chimney. It came out absolutely beautiful! These guys are meticulous and got everything perfect. Thank you Shaunak for all your patience and help in the selection process, and for addressing all of our concerns in a very timely manner. Highly recommend!