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  • Top Notch Remodeling
    Just as Paul said it would be. Not a penny over his quote which was a delight in itself. The tile installation and Paul were both very professional. It is assuring there are still very professional contractors out there. I would highly recommend Top Notch for any flooring and tile installation. And the best thing is the price of the job was very competive
    Paul V.
  • Healthy Home
    Excellent service, very informative, Scott explained the process, very pleasant. Spoke to me about other services that they offered. Very happy with the work that was done. would highly recommend Healthy Home.
    Thomas G.
  • Tarinelli Transitions
    The owner was prompt in his response, and on time for his estimate visit. The crew showed up the very next day and did an excellent job. I would hire them again.
    Scott A.
  • Enver Qemalli dba European Style
    Enver was just excellent!!! His workmanship was outstanding!!! I appreciated his dedication to his new walk in spa shower looks just beautiful. Please do not waste your time looking for anyone else. Enver is reliable, honest, professional, hard working... his work ethic is unmatched!!!
    Cathy P.
  • Tarinelli Transitions
    Very well - good people, and they do good work. I would recommend them without reservation. We had a few bumps in the road with the project, but they handled it well, and the final product is first rate.
    Joe G.
  • Tarinelli Transitions
    DO NOT USE Daniel Tarinelli of Tarinelli Transitions LLC, located in Murrell’s Inlet, SC. He terminated our contract over the phone today. He was behind on his jobs and wanted to pull our installers off our job so he could look good to the three jobs he is supposed to start next week (he has a work board with people’s names on it in his office). He called us this morning (Thursday) and wanted to move the completion of our job to the end of the next week. The plan/discussion before contract agreement was our installer/s would complete job fully before they moved from our project to another one. On the call Daniel said he wanted to “work together” to find something that worked and suggested our installers would be moved off our job until next week. Daniel wanted his installers to start on our bedroom this morning (no advance notice) and the installers still had tile to complete in two other rooms, which would make our home unusable for sleep and our pets. We looked at how we could rearrange our schedule, and the schedule of 4 other subcontractors to make a reasonable schedule and to make this work. I wrote up a possible plan so that we were all looking at the same information and to fulfill his earlier “ask” for help. I gave his office a follow-up call and got his secretary. She said he was “out” and would not give me his cell number, which I thought was odd. Then she said, “why are you telling us how to schedule people and how to do our job?” I said “that is not the point of the email; I was asked to offer suggestions. I will not discuss this with you and I’ll wait for him to call me.” He told his installers he sent a response email to us (lie). When we checked and did not have a response, I left a phone message for him to call me back before 2 pm. I let him know my note in no way was to tell him how to do his job or what to schedule; it was only to fulfill his request for us to work together to find a solution. I let him know his secretary must have read it first and seemed offended (she was actually rude). Daniel was not willing to work together towards a solution; instead, he was belligerent on the phone and told me he’d have to “charge us $500 for each layer of sealant put on our floor” and said that the contract was for only one topcoat (another lie). His contract says the following: “Topcoat sealer as recommended is included after install is complete – topcoat provided by homeowner (it was).” He was unwilling to work together to come to a reasonable solution that worked for everyone, said he would not finish the job, and cancelled the contract. He sent his installers back from lunch to pick up their supplies. His installers apologized for “the situation” (bad owner; reneging on signed contract; incomplete job). My husband who has had two back surgeries, torn bicep, and ruptured quadricep is on his hands and knees in the two rooms that were left with wet, unfinished grout. We told the installers that no customer should ever be treated as we were treated by Daniel Tarinelli and they should never let anyone treat them poorly. They were great workers and good human beings. You will regret it if you hire this man
    Jeanne A.
  • FloorTech of SC
    FloorTech did an amazing job on replacing ceramic tile throughout my house. They were reasonably priced & very professional. I liked the fact the owners, John & Lisa, were both very hands-on with everything from the initial meeting & selecting the tile to the install, to even following up a few days afterwards to see how I was liking the new floor. They made what could have been a stressful situation into a pleasurable one & I would highly recommend them!
    Michelle S.
  • Creative Flooring Designs
    I would highly recommend Creative Flooring Designs. The crew has been prompt, neat and very professional always. I would give 10**********,they are more deserving then 5 *****. If I could, I would post pictures of the work completed at our home.
    Andrea P.
  • Bad Dog Flooring
    They were great. Very easy to communicate with and work on. They came on very short notice and only took a few hours to do the job. Very reasonably priced as well.
    Baron G.
  • Enver Qemalli dba European Style
    Enver was the best. His work was precise and perfection. He is professional, on time and always cleans up. He talks away the trash. He has great sense of humor and was very easy to work with. I would hire him again and recommend highly.
    Christine M.
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