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    The team from NAS did an exceptional job. Removed the old countertops and installed the new one's in the same day. They were meticulous with the installation and left my kitchen clean without any evidence of construction. They also did a bunch of little things that showed that extra customer care touch (cleaning the area below my sink, vacuuming behind my range. NAS is definitely the way to go read less
    Steven B.
  • Four Points Remodeling & Design Center
    Jim and Missie and their team were terrific. Missie and Jim both helped with the design. Chris and John were in our home on time and working hard every day. They were personable, professional, and highly skilled. Jim came regularly throughout the process and assisted whenever he was needed. All the work and materials were of the highest quality. Chris hand-built the bench for our new banquette and Jim built us a beautiful new oak table. We could not be more pleased with the result and recommend Four Points for any remodeling project read less
    Priscilla M.
  • Four Points Remodeling & Design Center
    Over the past few years, Four Points remodeled our kitchen, upstairs bathroom and basement. Each job was completed as promised, on time and was done very professionally. The work crews consistently notified us of progress and allowed for minor adjustments to the plan along the way. Work began on time each day and everything was cleaned up at the end of each day. We're running out of rooms to remodel, but if/when we need another, we'll call Four Points first read less
    suzanne h.
  • Four Points Remodeling & Design Center
    Everything went fine as expected. I would recommend Four Points to anyone! They are reliable, punctual and left a clean work area. Jim and Missy offered good ideas that we incorporated into the design.
    Bernie S.
  • Rocky Mountain Granite
    Rocky has pros and cons associated with it. Overall I would buy from them again if they had a product I couldn’t get elsewhere or there was a very significant price difference for the same product, but I would have mixed feelings about it. Pros: SOME people who work there are very welcoming and friendly. Everyone there clearly knows their stuff. Pricing is clear and quotes are fast if you go armed with your design. Love that they quote you in a way that you can know what almost any slab in the facility will cost you. Pricing is fair, and in some cases lower than several other fabricators in the area. Huge selection that can be viewed indoors, including some brands that only they carry locally. Love that they will let you go look on your own in the warehouse. Templates that they make are life size so you can hold them up against your slab and choose how you want your veining and seams to be placed - much easier to visualize this with this type of template than with a computer rendering that others use. Seams are excellent, although that’s partially because I chose a product that is not super challenging from a seam placement standpoint. Installation crew and templating guy was awesome. Also Madison who works in the sales team was excellent and I would recommend asking for her. She’s much easier to work with than some of the other salespeople. Cons: Some people who work in sales are not welcoming and make you feel like an intrusion. Policies are very strict about what they will or won’t do - more so than other local fabricators. For example, for some products they absolutely will NOT provide a sample. This is extremely frustrating when you need to select other materials such as tile and paint. I’ve never worked with a vendor that won’t give or at least loan you a sample. They tell you to bring your other materials into their facility and make your selections onsite. This is completely ridiculous and ineffective, because the light is wholly different there than in a home, and it requires you to go visit them with other samples over and over again. I probably went there 8-10 times to see other materials held up against my slabs, and even then I was really stressed knowing that it all would look different in my home due to lighting. The lack of samples is the biggest reason I would avoid doing business with them again unless they carried a product I couldn’t get elsewhere. I went to almost every fabricator in town to look at slabs, and no one else refuses to provide samples. Another policy issue - they will only make one size thickness of backsplash, which is unusually thick. This is not attractive in my opinion, but more importantly, affects your faucet placement. The extra thickness is small (either 1/4 or 1/2” - I can’t remember which), but it’s in an area that very small to being with so the difference really matters. It crowds the back of the faucet, making it look odd, difficult to clean behind, and depending on the design of the faucet can interfere with being able to pull out the drain stop far enough to close the drain. I had to have my vanity placed out slightly from the wall to accommodate this. Had I not been using a designer I never would have known this would be a problem and known how to deal with it. Also, they don’t like to move slabs for you. If you need multiple slabs and want to see each one before purchasing, they just tell you they are all the same (NOT true, even for quartz). Templating is done by hand and tape measure, not via laser measurement, which is what most fabricators use these days. They literally lay huge sheets of plastic over your countertop and carve the pieces with a knife to make the template. While I liked that this made it easier to pick the seam placement, it is not as exact as a laser, and resulted in a gap between the wall and the counter that was unacceptable to me. I was told that the gap is necessary in order to get the counter in place, because they had to set it down from the top between two walls. If that’s the case I should have been warned and been able to decide what to do. In my case, the reason they couldn’t just slide the slab in from the front (which would have eliminated the need for the large gap) was that a door frame was in the way. Had I known that would be an issue, I would have had the contractor remove the frame. But the person doing the templating never told me that either the frame would need to be removed or they would need to cut the end a little short to get around the frame. And the worst part is that the end of the counter where the gap is was not cut straight, so it’s noticeably wider in some parts than others. This has to be due to the hand vs laser templating process. Either that or someone made a mistake cutting it. They had no good solution for the problem except to put a side splash over it, which I did not want, or caulk it. But the gap is much too wide to look decent with caulk, and the caulk will highlight the unevenness of the gap. Solution is still TBD. More cons - they will not template small pieces such as shower benches and curb pieces. You have to make your own template and bring it to them. Better hope you measure exactly right, and don’t need any wonky pieces like I did. Also, during the decision making process where you decide what parts of the slab to use for what areas of the counter, it’s clear that they want you to cut the slab in such a way that they have big enough remaining pieces to sell at full price rather than as a remnant. Which I can understand I guess, because you pay by the foot not by the slab, but it’s frustrating to be steered away from what you may want. I didn’t push the issue so I don’t know whether they would have acquiesced if I had. So all in all I give them a B. While I had many frustrations, they really shine at price and a huge material selection, which I value a lot. I wanted a very authentic looking marble veining color and pattern, and to not have the little dots that are common in quartz. The Mont brand, which is only carried by Rocky in the Rochester area, was far superior in meeting these desires than any other quartz, so I’m grateful to have found it at Rocky read less
    Lisa W.
  • Four Points Remodeling & Design Center
    Our master bath remodel went very smoothly, start to finish! Our project was on the smaller side, but we received the same attention to detail and quality workmanship that our friends did who had Four Points do a gorgeous upscale kitchen remodel a few years ago. Missie is a talented designer who really helped us bring our ideas to life. She was very patient as we contemplated our options before finalizing our plans. Chris and John, our crew, were extremely professional, tidy and punctual. They observed all CDC safety guidelines and we felt very safe having them working in our home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Jim touched base with them regularly, and personally oversaw a couple minor tweaks that were required at the end of the project, as there are in any home renovation project. We love our new bathroom and cannot wait to plan our next project with Four Points read less
    Linda K.
    Bill and his team did a beautiful job manufacturing the product and delivering it well within a reasonable time-frame. I am extremely happy with their work and would recommend Barrett Wood products to anyone in need of help with countertops and the like. I had a very positive experience with them.
    Caroline C.
  • Piccirillo Enterprises
    I waited a year to rate the work provided by Piccirillo enterprises. Tony was very professional in conversation. We hired him based on reviews. He had instead of the crew to work on our house one person and occasionally he came, not often. The work lasted two months longer than projected. The finished product overall looks nice. However after a year I've now had the plumbing fixed in the kitchen and both bathrooms. The problems were basic plumbing not done properly and leaking water caused more issues. I would not recommend hiring this person as you get presented with a plan that sounds great, then in retrospect get to pay thousands to finish the job so it not only looks nice but it actually functions properly. His worker Adam did the majority of the job and as I said it looks nice, but all the major things I had fixed were installed with Tony present. I did reach out to Tony about the issues and he offered to come look at the problems, but after spending alot of money to fix other issues i decided it was in my best interest that I hired another business to fix the problem read less
    John P.
  • M C M Natural Stone Inc
    first they said they were short personal but would get back to me about when they could possibly do the repair. after 4 more calls to them and them not returning any of my calls and not answering when they were still open I gave up! totally unprofessional would not recommend at all
    paul b.
  • Do-It-All Contracting of New York, Inc.
    Doug and his team did an excellent job on my kitchen! My kitchen was very old and hadn't been remodeled in a very long time. Doug and his team took out all the old paneling (including the plaster behind it), and installed drywall, new flooring, new countertops, and new sink. He even took the time to install baseboards, window and door trim that matched the rest of the house. All for a very low price! Would definitely call him for other projects read less
    Monica D.
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