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Reviews for Installing Bathroom Vanity in Louisville

SCHOTT SCHOTT & SCHOTT PLUMBING & HEATING
5.0
Excellent. Daryl at Schott is old school, no nonsense and knows what he is talking about. He is a little more expensive than some other places I have gotten quotes from, but his work is top notch. He uses quality parts and I have never had an issue with any work they have done for me. They have my business for life
- Carolynne M....
Tom Drexler Plumbing Air & Electric
1.0
Awful, they cancelled my appointment a few hours before the window they gave me. Then had the audacity to tell me I could pay extra to be on the "on call" list for someone to come out. I would never recommend this company.
- Edwin E....
Dauenhauer Plumbing
5.0
Small leak was difficult to find. Wall was opened in dining room on first floor and behind the bathroom vanity on second floor before the leak could be located. Once the leak was found, both hot & cold water lines were replaced. Chris very professional. Cleaned the area very nicely after job finished. Have use them before and would use them again.
- Lewis A....
Cherrywood Custom Woodworking
5.0
Ryan Bruzan did an excellent job recreating the vanity on paper. We did not, however, use Ryan for the job. We had already paid for this work to be done (to the elusive general contractor) and felt we could not sink the amount of money needed to customize the vanity. Ryan is very professional and a true artist in woodworking. We only wish we could have began with him for this project.
- Robert P....
Glory Electric II LLC
5.0
I contacted Randy via Angie's list by email. He called that same day (Sunday) and we scheduled an estimate for Monday. The pricing was more than we wanted to pay, so we agreed to do pay half now and reschedule the other half to be done at a later time. He started immediately. No project has ever gone smoothly at my house with all of its little quirks. Randy got more than he bargained for. The bathroom light was his first obstacle. It was a bear for him. We had to make a trip to Lowe's to get supplies when he found the exterior vent to be non-existent. Installing this light took two days to complete. The second day was installing the vent, outlets, and some exterior lights. More was done the second day. He ran into more trouble with the ceiling fan as the contractors who built the patio didn't allow access. He had tear part of our ceiling out to access roof and run a line across the porch. He did not expect this extra labor and this was completed on the third day. He installed the kitchen light but the motion sensor did not work. This was discouraging since the fact that the original light was broken was the whole reason we called an electrician in the first place. He considered the job done and thought we'd just need to buy a new light (the dials on the new light seemed to be broken). It was assumed that it was an easy fix for us to do. The wires for the light were behind the wall with a small access hole in the wall that you had to crawl through (told you our house was quirky). My husband, in trying to fix the same light, had to crawl back there and worked for 1.5 hours and finally got the light's sensor to work. However, he said it was a rat's nest of wires back there and that Randy would have to rewire with a junction box. Obviously, additional charges would have to be paid He came out again and charged us $235 to fix this. The only things we wish could be different is: 1. The agreement to do half now and then half later was not feasible. The $600 worth of work and labor only fixed a few things partially. It was impossible to delay finishing the work for another day as it was half done. We had to go ahead and get it all done and pay for it all at once. 2. The motion sensor in the kitchen was technically not correct at first completion. And then we had to call him again to try and fix it and the wires. This price ($235) seemed a little excessive but I do understand it was more of a troubleshooting problem and that it was in an extremely difficult spot to get to. The great things about Randy: He was willing to work right away and was very conscientous cleaning up after his work every day. He also got into more than what he expected on several projects. The projects (exhaust fan and ceiling fan) were more extensive and labor intensive than what he was expecting. Regardless of the hardship, he stood firm at his quote. He did not charge us extra even though others would have. That was wonderful because I know the bill would have been much higher if he had known what he was getting into. He doesn't cut corners and we know the things he fixed were done correctly. We would definitely hire him again (but he may not want to take the job!). :-)
- Cj T....
Adams Construction Services Inc
5.0
Decided upon Adams Construction based on his credentials and the good reference of 4 other people where he did similar work. A contract was drawn up and after exchange of several emails and visits to office it was settled and deposit applied. Price appeared to be about 5% higher than competitors but accepted contract hopping for a turnkey job. Schedule set up on a flow sheet to work around my schedule so I could be present during the work. After job completed I would have to say that I am not happy with Mr. Adams choice of tile sub-contractor, due to tiles not flush with each other on floor and walls and plumbing fixtures for shower were not installed in center of shower wall, so the tile had to be torn out and fixtures moved, then re-tiled, so now we are stuck with it. After shower base warms up from hot water, it pops when moving around in shower, therefore again the tile contractors did not install base correctly, so now we are stuck with it. Mr. Adams never sent me a critique sheet or satisfaction survey to see what could have been done better. I would suggest a thorough check of sub-contractors be accomplished before proceeding with any work.
- Dan W....
Coffey's Home Improvement
5.0
My husband and I were very pleased with their work. They were punctual, consistent, respectful (of us and of our property), and easy to communicate/work with. We have three young children who were, as children often are, curious and underfoot. Albert and David were not only patient with them, but we also interactive and allowed them to watch and ask questions. Price was a little higher than some other estimates, but we were fine with paying the extra amount after being so impressed with their professionalism, their fine work, and their prompt response/quick work.
- Emily W....
Nick's Remodeling Service
5.0
We contacted Nick a few months before getting started on a project to renovate our upstairs bathroom and install a half-bath in the basement. He came out and gave us a great estimate, even after we changed some of the particulars. The agreement basically was that we'd provide all of the fixtures (vanities, lights, paint, tile, etc.) and he'd provide the labor and basic construction supplies (drywall, wiring, lumber, etc.) as part of his bill. Nick's approach was a little less formal than the other contractors we brought it, which took a little getting used to, but as with any renovation project, you're left with the work and the bill and both were outstanding. Once he got started, he moved very quickly. Upstairs, Nick demo-ed the old bathroom to the studs, installed shower and floor tile, beadboard for the walls, installed new water fixtures and bathroom vanity. Downstairs he framed in the area around an old toilet rough-in and water lines to create a nice half bath. He installed a toilet on a tricky decline and a utility vanity. He also painted both areas. Really in about two weeks he was finished when other contractors told us it would take months. Even when there was an issue with carpet in our basement getting ruined during the work, Nick stepped up to help us replace it without any hesitation. We'd recommend Nick without any reservation and hope he can work with us again on future projects. He does a quality job done quickly and for a great price.
- Chris M....
Tom Drexler Plumbing Air & Electric
5.0
Jeremie Schneiders the designer came out and gave me an estimate of my dream bathroom and then we worked to what I could afford. His design and helpful suggestions as to fixtures and tiles turned out beautiful. Scott and Chris, the installers were here every morning promptly and at work at 7:30 a.m. They worked all the time with no goofing off and cleaned as they went. Didn't mind me asking questions even encouraged it, always put tools away and clear paths before left for the day. The work they did is so professional and looks amazing. I highly recommend this company.
- Nadine E....

Bathroom Vanity Installation in Louisville

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5.0

(1)

Fairdale, KY

Recent Review: Excellent work would recommend to anyone.
4.0

(66)

Louisville, KY

Recent Review: The job had some challenges but he handled it well.
4.3

(3)

Louisville, KY

Recent Review: Excellent. Daryl at Schott is old school, no nonsense and knows what he is talking about. He is a little more expensive than some other places I have gotten quotes from, but his work is top notch. He uses quality parts and I have never had an issue with any work they have done for me. They have my business for life
4.4

(457)

Louisville, KY

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Recent Review: Went well. Danny and Mitch were personable and efficient. Both did excellent work.
4.7

(1548)

Louisville, KY

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Business Description: We service most everything in the home. Licensed in Heating, Cooling, Plumbing, Electric, & all Kitchen appliances with 1 year parts & labor. Christian owned & operated. We also repair most everything on home inspection reports. HVAC systems come with 10 yr parts & labor factory warranty. The only company in Louisville to clean the air conditioner coil with BBJ biocide (an enzyme that kills all the mold on your coil above the furnace in your home).
4.7

(616)

Louisville, KY

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Recent Review: Small leak was difficult to find. Wall was opened in dining room on first floor and behind the bathroom vanity on second floor before the leak could be located. Once the leak was found, both hot & cold water lines were replaced. Chris very professional. Cleaned the area very nicely after job finished. Have use them before and would use them again.
4.8

(37)

Goshen, KY

Recent Review: Excellent. Bevan is a man of his word.
5.0

(40)

Louisville, KY

Recent Review: Ryan Bruzan did an excellent job recreating the vanity on paper. We did not, however, use Ryan for the job. We had already paid for this work to be done (to the elusive general contractor) and felt we could not sink the amount of money needed to customize the vanity. Ryan is very professional and a true artist in woodworking. We only wish we could have began with him for this project.
4.5

(103)

Bradenton, FL

Recent Review: It was a complete renovation, from painting, taking down walls, adding in new doors, taking down old wall paper and mirrors, installing new bathroom vanities, kitchen sinks, carpet cleaning, installing a new water heater, picking up, delivering and installing home furnishings and fixing the lanai sliding doors. I have recommended Lisa Connors Husbands for Hire to many of our friends that have also purchase condos in the Florida area and I would defiantly contact them again if we decide to do other renovations. Thank again!!!
4.8

(38)

Greenville, IN

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Recent Review: I contacted Randy via Angie's list by email. He called that same day (Sunday) and we scheduled an estimate for Monday. The pricing was more than we wanted to pay, so we agreed to do pay half now and reschedule the other half to be done at a later time. He started immediately. No project has ever gone smoothly at my house with all of its little quirks. Randy got more than he bargained for. The bathroom light was his first obstacle. It was a bear for him. We had to make a trip to Lowe's to get supplies when he found the exterior vent to be non-existent. Installing this light took two days to complete. The second day was installing the vent, outlets, and some exterior lights. More was done the second day. He ran into more trouble with the ceiling fan as the contractors who built the patio didn't allow access. He had tear part of our ceiling out to access roof and run a line across the porch. He did not expect this extra labor and this was completed on the third day. He installed the kitchen light but the motion sensor did not work. This was discouraging since the fact that the original light was broken was the whole reason we called an electrician in the first place. He considered the job done and thought we'd just need to buy a new light (the dials on the new light seemed to be broken). It was assumed that it was an easy fix for us to do. The wires for the light were behind the wall with a small access hole in the wall that you had to crawl through (told you our house was quirky). My husband, in trying to fix the same light, had to crawl back there and worked for 1.5 hours and finally got the light's sensor to work. However, he said it was a rat's nest of wires back there and that Randy would have to rewire with a junction box. Obviously, additional charges would have to be paid He came out again and charged us $235 to fix this. The only things we wish could be different is: 1. The agreement to do half now and then half later was not feasible. The $600 worth of work and labor only fixed a few things partially. It was impossible to delay finishing the work for another day as it was half done. We had to go ahead and get it all done and pay for it all at once. 2. The motion sensor in the kitchen was technically not correct at first completion. And then we had to call him again to try and fix it and the wires. This price ($235) seemed a little excessive but I do understand it was more of a troubleshooting problem and that it was in an extremely difficult spot to get to. The great things about Randy: He was willing to work right away and was very conscientous cleaning up after his work every day. He also got into more than what he expected on several projects. The projects (exhaust fan and ceiling fan) were more extensive and labor intensive than what he was expecting. Regardless of the hardship, he stood firm at his quote. He did not charge us extra even though others would have. That was wonderful because I know the bill would have been much higher if he had known what he was getting into. He doesn't cut corners and we know the things he fixed were done correctly. We would definitely hire him again (but he may not want to take the job!). :-)
4.8

(50)

Jeffersonville, IN

Recent Review: Decided upon Adams Construction based on his credentials and the good reference of 4 other people where he did similar work. A contract was drawn up and after exchange of several emails and visits to office it was settled and deposit applied. Price appeared to be about 5% higher than competitors but accepted contract hopping for a turnkey job. Schedule set up on a flow sheet to work around my schedule so I could be present during the work. After job completed I would have to say that I am not happy with Mr. Adams choice of tile sub-contractor, due to tiles not flush with each other on floor and walls and plumbing fixtures for shower were not installed in center of shower wall, so the tile had to be torn out and fixtures moved, then re-tiled, so now we are stuck with it. After shower base warms up from hot water, it pops when moving around in shower, therefore again the tile contractors did not install base correctly, so now we are stuck with it. Mr. Adams never sent me a critique sheet or satisfaction survey to see what could have been done better. I would suggest a thorough check of sub-contractors be accomplished before proceeding with any work.
4.9

(34)

Boston, KY

Recent Review: My husband and I were very pleased with their work. They were punctual, consistent, respectful (of us and of our property), and easy to communicate/work with. We have three young children who were, as children often are, curious and underfoot. Albert and David were not only patient with them, but we also interactive and allowed them to watch and ask questions. Price was a little higher than some other estimates, but we were fine with paying the extra amount after being so impressed with their professionalism, their fine work, and their prompt response/quick work.
4.8

(67)

Louisville, KY

Recent Review: We contacted Nick a few months before getting started on a project to renovate our upstairs bathroom and install a half-bath in the basement. He came out and gave us a great estimate, even after we changed some of the particulars. The agreement basically was that we'd provide all of the fixtures (vanities, lights, paint, tile, etc.) and he'd provide the labor and basic construction supplies (drywall, wiring, lumber, etc.) as part of his bill. Nick's approach was a little less formal than the other contractors we brought it, which took a little getting used to, but as with any renovation project, you're left with the work and the bill and both were outstanding. Once he got started, he moved very quickly. Upstairs, Nick demo-ed the old bathroom to the studs, installed shower and floor tile, beadboard for the walls, installed new water fixtures and bathroom vanity. Downstairs he framed in the area around an old toilet rough-in and water lines to create a nice half bath. He installed a toilet on a tricky decline and a utility vanity. He also painted both areas. Really in about two weeks he was finished when other contractors told us it would take months. Even when there was an issue with carpet in our basement getting ruined during the work, Nick stepped up to help us replace it without any hesitation. We'd recommend Nick without any reservation and hope he can work with us again on future projects. He does a quality job done quickly and for a great price.

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Excellent. Daryl at Schott is old school, no nonsense and knows what he is talking about. He is a little more expensive than some other places I have gotten quotes from, but his work is top notch. He uses quality parts and I have never had an issue with any work they have done for me. They have my business for life