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    Could not have gone better. We've had Lallier Construction do work for us before. Never disappointed.
    Ronald B.
    Excellent work on everything! Russ was a pleasure to work with. I have him working on a tile kitchen backsplash and a kitchen island.
    Ronald B.
  • Josh Gilbert Construction
    Josh was very professional. He gave us a price and showed up on time to do the work. He not only did what was asked but also replaced all the plumbing under the sink with new stuff and still ended up finishing the job $100 less than the quote! Did it all in less than a day.
    Judith M.
  • BK Tile
    This was a great business to work with! The entire team was punctual, proficient, respectful. The job was done as described and at the same cost as the estimate.
    Shelley A.
  • C & R Specialties LLC
    Very smooth project. We had everything ready, coordinated with plumbers/furnace company, and ready to go! We purchased most of what was needed prior to beginning. Very easy to work with and professionalism is second to none! Understanding of our concerns and excellent attention to detail. We agreed at the beginning we would do some of the work: initial demo, painting, backsplash and flooring installation. We will use this company again in the future read less
    Marie J.
  • C & R Specialties LLC
    Caleb did a great job. He has very good eye for detail. He managed to level and install a hardwood floor in a very old house that was not an easy task. The cabinets were hung perfectly and he even stain matched a few custom pieces to make the kitchen look even more finished. I trust Caleb and C and R specialties for any work on my home read less
    Brian H.
  • REJW Concrete & Handyman
    It went very well. The work done took aprox. 15 hrs. Much faster than we expected. You can't see where the holes were in the ceiling. They wiped counters, swept floors and took trash out when done. We have already planned to hire them to do some other work in the near future.
    Donna D.
  • City Builders
    The price was what they quoted me so there weren’t any surprises. They have been around for a while so I went with them. I didn't get any other estimates. I only had certain days that I could get off and I let them know the days I wanted. They didn't get back to me and they just showed up. Luckily I had taken the days off. They were here really quick for the check. They called and said they wanted to get pictures for their book. They got the check and didn’t even take any pictures. Had they waited a couple more weeks, I would have been able to get a tax rebate. They put the windows on from the outside; they didn't even have to get in the house. I wish they had told me so I wouldn't have moved everything. I wasn't happy about those things but they did good work. The guy was actually done a half day early on the windows. I need more work done and they irritated me enough that I might not call them back, but I can't complain about the work read less
    Patricia S.
    We hired Koch to remodel our kitchen. The work took several months. At the beginning of the project, we worked with Carri, who helped us design the kitchen, and she also coordinated the entire project. (painters, flooring, plumbers, electrical). She was easy to work with, and answered all of our questions. She also kept the project moving along. During the project, the employees of Koch who worked in our home were always courteous. At the end of each workday everything was put away, and the workspace was swept. The end result was gorgeous!! Since the construction, we have had Koch come back to make a few minor repairs or adjustments. They always came back immediately. I will hire them again in the future read less
    David D.
  • Dizdarevic Construction
    Dizdarevic Construction previously completed a basement remodel at our home in the fall of 2009 so we considered them for a full kitchen remodel. To expedite the process we prepared a scaled drawing of the countertop footprint and of the wall cabinetry. We then took our drawing to a local home center and had them prepare computer generated views of the project with dimensions and a cost estimate for good (but not high end) stock cabinetry. We submitted the plans to Senad for his suggestions and an estimate. The cost estimate was only slightly higher for his own shop-made custom oak cabinets than for the store's cabinets . Getting the store estimate first and submitting it to him proved to be an extremely useful technique since it provided a starting point discussion of an eventual design. Based on Senad's reasonable cost estimate and his prior good work we felt comfortable having him do the work. The remodeled kitchen is about 16' X 12' with about 20 lineal ft of floor and wall cabinetry in a U-shaped design with a very wide countertop eating area. An additional 7 ft of floor and wall cabinets were installed along an adjoining wall. High quality laminate countertop and tile were installed . Senad himself installed Pergo laminate flooring in the kitchen extending to about 30 ft of hallways and into two closets He also installed an oak railing with turned spindles. Two Jeld-Wen windows in the kitchen and a custom door to an adjoining room were installed . A new plywood subfloor was installed throughout. We did the cabinet and subfloor demolition and wall painting ourselves. Wall preparation went well with Steve doing a great job of matching the plaster texture to the existing texture of the walls joining the kitchen. Tile installation by E.S. Tile was superb -the grout color matched the tile well and the accent tiles were perfectly placed in the field. The tile installer Elfad also suggested applying tile to the 7 ft segment of the adjoining wall and bringing it up to a window. We hadn't considered that before. That addition made a huge, huge difference in establishing continuity between the kitchen tile and cabinetry and that wall. After the demolition of the old cabinets there was an exposed pipe in the sink vent piping between the wall and the ceiling which had been enclosed in an old cabinet - quite an eyesore . This appeared in an area where the new cabinets were not to extend to the ceiling. A quick fix might have been to extend the cabinet there up to the ceiling and enclose the offending pipe in the new cabinet or perhaps to install crown molding. Not so. With some delicate sawzall work and sheer muscle new PVC pipe was re-routed in the wall. The plumber and Senad stayed quite late that night to get it done - we were impressed. The plumber also discovered and repaired a sink drainage issue that could have been a costly one if not detected. Cabinet installation went smoothly despite this writer's goof of indicating the we wanted a spice rack rather than drawers installed near the sink. As is his style, he did one of his trademark " hey - no problem" and replaced the rack with drawers - a most understanding guy. He also quietly tolerated our indecision concerning installing a laminate or granite counter tops. We don't regret going with the laminate countertops and like to say that with the money we saved with the laminate (about $2000) we had more than enough to have Senad install a gorgeous glass insert oak door which he expertly trimmed and mortised read less
    Patricia A.
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